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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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 'Ta*' to 'Thr*'

TABE, Herbert James carrier 58 Coglin St, Brompton Park 1924 Memorial 130/490

TABE, James Henry Richard carpenter Smithfield, aged 33 in 1952, declared that he had lived in the district for 28 years Application 28912

TABERNER, Stanford no description took out a 7-year lease of a shop and 10-room house on a 12 acre site on Brighton Road (between King's Road and the road to the Blind Asylum), together with a stable on one and a half acres over the road, together with the right to Staughter House, at £1/1/- a week from the late John GREGORY's estate no description under the control of the sole executor Robert Gregory 1886 Memorial 211/387

No 1

TABOR, Clement of no description, purchased land grants in the Currency Creek Special Survey 1842 Memorial 8 & 9/133

TABOR, Clement gentleman Rayne near Braintree, Essex, England, was a trustee for the £10,000 estate of his brother-in-law George Lungley Esquire Payton Hall, Boxford, Suffolk, England, a fellow investor in the Currency Creek Special Survey, who died 11/6/1855 Deposit 68/1858

TABOR, Clement gentleman Rayne, Essex, England, died 25/6/1855. His estate worth £12,000. £4,000, (which he inherited from his own father, John English Tabor), to go to his three daughters in equal shares absolutely. The rest of the estate to his wife, Maria Tabor, absolutely Deposit 332/1859

THOMAS, Henry Minister of the Gospel late of Gore St, Collingwood Vic, but now of Grafton St, North Melbourne Vic 1858. Charlotte Thomas, his wife, nee Charlotte TABOR. She was the daughter of Clement TABOR of Braintree, Essex, England, who died c1855, leaving allotments in Goolwa to his daughter Deposit 332/1859

TABOR, John formerly farmer but now out of business Goodwood and Eliza Tabor his wife 1904 Application 24726

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TABOR, William the Elder carpenter North Adelaide 1851[-1885] Memorial 199/33

TABOR, William the Younger carpenter North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 199/372

TABRIDY, Michael farmer Black Rock Plain 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

TACEY, Edward compositor Adelaide (Stamford St) 1894 Application 22619

No 1

TACON, William carter Alberton 1867 Application 8708

TACON, William labourer Alberton 1873 Application 12880

TAEUBER/TAUBER/TÄUBER, Eliza Charlotte married woman Porter St Parkside Tailem Bend (Hundred of Seymour) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 54 Page 168 County Russell

TAEUBER, LR of the GPO Adelaide 1915 Memorial 109/473

TAEUBNER/TAUBNER/TÄUBNER, Dienegott farmer Dutton 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

TAEUBNER/TAUBNER/TÄUBNER, Wilhelm farmer near Angaston Hundred of Bagot land grant 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

TAFT, Mary spinster Mitcham 1851[-1852] Memorial 265/35

TAGG, Henry fishmonger Adelaide (West Tce) 1873[-1874] Memorial 121/264

TAGGART, Bernard baker Ovingham 1924 Application 27297

TAGGART, Michael (no description) father of Margaret REGAN and father-in-law of the late William Regan the Elder formerly stonemason Section 513 Survey B near Adelaide, who died 27/1/1855. Grandfather of William Regan the Younger labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorials 180/109, 176/115

No 1

TAGGERT, John full age widower married Mary GREENAUGH full age widow of the late Thomas Greenaugh of Walkerville, on 22/12/1852 RC Church Adelaide. Minister: Michaeh RYAN. Witnesses: William REGIN and Ellen TOOLE. Mrs Taggert was a widow near Hoyleton in 1876 Application 22333

TAGGERT, John farmer Gawler Plains 1854[-1875] Memorial 109/67

TAGGERT, John farmer Gawler Plains and Mary Taggert his wife 1856[-1872] Memorial 75/100 Farmer Emu Flat, when he died 11/6/1875 intestate. Estate worth £500. Enrolment 35/52

TAGGERT, John farmer near Pt Wakefield 1864 Memorial 147/249

TAGGERT, John farmer Emu Flat near Hoyleton, died 11/6/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Taggert, to settle the estate Memorial 156/283

TAGGERT, John farmer Hoyleton, died 11/6/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Taggert widow near Hoyleton. She was formerly Mary GREENOUGH widow of the late Thomas Greenough now deceased Memorial 60/287

TAGGERT, John farmer Emu Flat near Hoyleton, died 11/6/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Taggart. Estate worth £500 Enrolment 35/52

TAGGERT, Mary widow Emu Flat near Hoyleton relict of the late John Taggert formerly farmer Emu Flat now deceased 1875[-1876] Memorial 238/285

No 1

TAGGERT, Michael plough boy Goyder 1872 Memorial 246/259

TAILOR, Ambrose of Lake View near Pt Elliot, died c1862. He left an allotment in Pt Elliot for his son, Samuel Tailor, to keep under trust during his lifetime and then to the other children of A Tailor in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 317/184

TAINSH, James master mariner Mt Lincoln 1919 Application 26781

No 1

TAINSH, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 83/161

TAINSH, William of Pt Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

TAIT, AW Council clerk Silverton NSW 1889 Memorial 134/399

TAIT, David farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

TAIT, George and James fishermen Bridgewater near Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 22061

No 1

TAIT, John builder Hindmarsh 1870[-1873] Memorial 139/249

TAIT, John town clerk of Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20522

TAIT, John out of business Grange Road, Hindmarsh 1909, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh for some fifty years and until recently was the Town Clerk of Hindmarsh Application 25612

No 2

TAIT, John miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 253 County Daly

No 1

TAIT, John Taylor contractor Adelaide 1914 Application 26324

TAIT, John T contractor Seaton Park 1924 Memorial 44/492

No 1

TAIT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

TAIT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains 1883[-1887]. David Tait mentioned but not described Memorial 193/351

TAIT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains 1886 Memorial 9/376

TAIT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains West 1887 Memorial 7/386

TAIT, Thomas farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 298 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

TAIT, Thomas William farmer Greens Plains West 1888 Memorial 168/391

TAIT, Thomas William farmer Hundred of Kadina 1905 Memorial 134/455

No 1

TAIT, William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 485/26

No 2

TAIT, William shoemaker Alberton 1869 Memorial 63/241

TAIT, William bootmaker Alberton, died c1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Tait, in trust for life, then in remainder expectant absolutely to Walter George Kendall, provide he has placed a tombstone on W Tait's grave and fenced it off properly, and also provided W Tait's widow with £1 a week income out of his own resources. If the payments fail for 8 weeks in a row, then WG Kendall forfeits all right to the estate Memorial 187/342

No 3

TAIT, William mariner Birkenhead and Janet Tait his wife 1891 Application 22061

TALBOT, Agars Edwy carpenter Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1915 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

TALBOT, Albert, Benjamin the Younger and Jonah farmers Harrogate 1887 Memorial 33/385

TALBOT, Albert, Benjamin the Younger, Jonah and William all farmers near Harrogate 1891 Memorial 217/407

No 1

TALBOT, Alfred farmer Hurtle Vale Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 70 County Fergusson

TALBOT, Alfred farmer Yorketown 1876 Memorial 22/303

TALBOT, Alfred farmer Curramulka 1881[-1889] Memorial 6/334

TALBOT, Alfred farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1883[-1901] Grant Book 19 Page 438 County Fergusson

TALBOT, Alfred John Charles and Henry William Talbot farmers Wallup Vic 1891 Memorial 8/411

TALBOT, Arthur farmer Tantanoola 1888 Memorial 83/393

TALBOT, Astley labourer Millicent Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1883 Grant Book 30 Page 200 County Grey

TALBOT, Asher farmer Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

No 1

TALBOT, Benjamin farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 310 County Sturt

TALBOT, Benjamin farmer Harrogate Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 370 County Sturt

No 1

TALBOT, Charles storekeeper Morphett Vale 1850 Memorial 229/26

No 2

TALBOT, Charles carpenter Gawler 1851 Memorial 453/41

No 3

TALBOT, Charles miller Hindmarsh 1853[-1857] Memorial 400/54

TALBOT, Charles miller formerly of Hindmarsh 1857 but now of Salisbury 1863 Application 4039

TALBOT, Charles miller Salisbury 1864 Memorial 338/198

TALBOT, Charles corn dealer Salisbury 1865[-1868] Memorial 72/206

TALBOT, Charles wheat buyer Salisbury 1870 Memorial 137/244

TALBOT, Charles agent Salisbury 1877 Application 15843

TALBOT, Charles formerly corn dealer 1865 but now wheat buyer Salisbury 1877 Application 15904

TALBOT, Charles farmer Salisbury 1879[-1887] Memorial 91/319

TALBOT, Charles H fancy leather dresser East St, Brompton 1903 Memorial 134/448

No 1

TALBOT, David merchant Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 90/39

TALBOT, David gentleman Adelaide, about to depart from the province for some time, power of attorney to George Ernest HAMILTON Esquire Kensington, to manage his mortgage properties, in which they have a partnership 23/9/1853 Deposit 117/OA

TALBOT, David merchant formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Victoria 1854 Memorial 317/61 Esquire Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 276/66

TALBOT, David merchant Adelaide, died 28/2/1862. He left his £1,500 estate to his widow, Margaret Talbot Application 25680

TALBOT, Edmund Howard of York St, Prospect linked with John Henry Thomas Talbot gardener formerly of 19 Power St, Adelaide but now of Patchway Burradoo NSW 1945 Memorial 181/519

No 1

TALBOT, Henry yeoman Melrose 1865 Memorial 80/207

TALBOT, Henry farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

TALBOT, Henry labourer formerly of Melrose but now of Jamestown 1896 Memorial 64/429

TALBOT, Hezikiah bootmaker Brompton 1903 Memorial 134/448

TALBOT, James engineer New Glenelg 1881 Application 18909

No 1

TALBOT, James Beard of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 87/70

TALBOT, James Beard teacher Peachey Belt 1866 Application 7218

TALBOT, James Beard licensed victualler Penfield Peachey Belt 1868 Memorial 237/230

TALBOT, James Beard teacher Penfield 1878 Application 16545

TALBOT, James Beard of Penfield, died c1878. Children mentioned but not named. Executors of his will; Caleb VIRGO builder Penfield and John Francis HILL farmer Penfield Memorial 1/311

TALBOT, Jane spinster Adelaide 1865[-1870] Memorial 15/207

TALBOT, Joseph Anthony hotelkeeper Criterion Hotel, Pt Adelaide 1944 Memorial 186/517 FIND CHECK DATA

TALBOT, Mary Jane widow Kulpara [perhaps Mrs Henry Talbot nee MJ HARRISON] 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

TALBOT, Samuel farmer Milang and Martha Talbot his wife 1919[-1922] Memorial 74/478

TALBOT, Theophilus farmer Happy Valley 1857[-1858] Memorial 245/115

TALBOT, William farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 310 County Sturt

No 1

TALL, George Silas dairyman Largs 1903 Application 24563

TALL, George Silas dairyman Largs Bay 1903 Memorial 200/447

TALL, Sampson farmer McLaren Vale, died 28/5/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his grandson, John GIDDINGS farmer McLaren Vale. Estate worth £1,400 1885 Application 20511

No 1

TALL, Samson yeoman Willunga 1842[-1857] Memorial 8/2

TALL, Samson quarryman Willunga 1859[-1862] Memorial 192/158

No 1

TALLACK, Francis Ponty gardener Angaston 1857 Memorial 278/117

TALLACK, Francis Ponty gardener Angaston and Elizabeth Tallack his wife 1883 Application 19261

No 1

TALLACK, John Primitive Methodist Minister Nairne 1861 Memorial 237/177

No 2

TALLACK, John farmer Upper Light 1868 Application 9471

TALLACK, John farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light, died 1882. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Ann Tallack, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his wife's three children - Joseph John PICKERING, Samuel Daniel Pickering and Sarah J Pickering Memorial 172/342

No 1

TALLACK, Nicholas Henry gardener Angaston 1858 Memorial 281/132

TALLACK, Nicholas Henry farmer Angason Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1868 Grant Book 14 Page 321 County Daly

TALLACK, Nicholas Henry farmer near Angaston 1869 Memorial 17/237

No 1

TALLIS, George surgeon Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 3 County Daly

TALLIS, George surgeon Kapunda 1867 Memorial 127/223

TAMBLYN, Edwin Tonkin of Pine Creek Northern Territy of SA 1901 Memorial 51/445

TAMBLYN, John of Wasleys 1885 Memorial 146/364

No 1

TAMBLYN, John William hotelkeeper Lord Exmouth Hotel Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1908 Memorial 190/458

TAMBLYN, John William hotelkeeper Globe Hotel Gawler 1910[-1913] Memorial 66/463

TAMBLYN, LL proclaimed bank manager Riverton 1925 Memorial 181/493

No 1

TAMBLYN, Nicholas miner Clare 1851 Memorial 452/28

TAMBLYN, Nicholas the Elder formerly miner 1851 but now farmer Clare 1863. He could not write Application 4131

TAMBLYN, Robert Henry farmer Pinery Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1896 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

TAMBLYN, Samuel labourer formerly the Portland Estate now miller Yatala 1893. Portland Estate Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 22588

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

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TAMBLYN, William Gill draper Jamestown Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 4 County Herbert

TAMBLYN, William G of Saddleworth 1889 Memorial 193/399

TAMBLYN, William Gill of Woodside 1898 Memorial 198/449

TAMKE, AS clerk Sedan 1885 Memorial 144/370

TAMKE, Friedrich Wilhelm of the Hundred of Anna 1882 Memorial 217/337

TAMKE, Johann Theodor mason Sedan 1908 Grant Book 17 Page 38 County Eyre

No 1

TAMLIN & COOMBE ropemakers Croydon 1880 Application 18398

TAMLIN, William Henry ropemaker Croydon 1894 Application 22746

TAMM, Franz brewer Laura 1878 Memorial 214/311

TAMPION, Mary Ann spinster Adelaide, died 25/7/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to her children, William Thomas Tampion dealer Adelaide (Gouger St) and Emma Jane Tampion spinster Adelaide to settle her estate Memorial 124/368

No 1

TAMS, Friedrich Wilhelm tailor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 321/56

TAMS, Wilhelm farmer Gilles Plains 1857 Memorial 64/118

TANCOCK, James farmer Hundred of Wokurna 1892 Memorial 120/412

TANCOCK, Thomas Henry farmer Mundoora 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 271 County Daly

No 1

TANDY, Henry Hugh confectioner Adelaide 1909 Memorial 237/460

TANDY, Henry Hugh restaurant keeper Glenelg 1911 Memorial 183/465

TANK, Charles farmer O'Halloran Hill linked with TANK, Jane of Gladstone Rd, Mile End 1909 Application 25665

No 1

TANK, James labourer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 179/17

TANK, James farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1854] Memorial 345/54

TANK, James farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 6/122

TANK, James farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Application 698

TANK, James formerly labourer 1849 but now farmer Morphett Vale 1864 Application 5816

No 2

TANK, James farmer Kadina, died 19/3/1919. Executors – Alfred St Leger PEARCE farmer Maitland and Clement Andrews Tank of Kadina 1939 Grant Book 14 Page 402 County Daly

TANK, Jessie May spinster Reynella Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

No 1

TANK, Joseph John farmer Kadina trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

TANK, Joseph John farmer Reynella linked with Sarah Ann Mitchell Tank widow Reynella 1882 Memorial 139/342

No 1

TANK, Sarah Ann Mitchell of Reynella 1882 Application 19070

TANK, Sarah Ann Mitchell widow Reynella linked with Louisa Ann Tank no description 1885 Memorial 248/369

TANK, Sarah Ann Mitchell widow Reynella linked with Louisa Ann JENKINS formerly Tanks no description 1890 Memorial 89/405

TANKARD, Alexander painter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 301/35

TANN, Edwin labourer Clarendon 1881 Memorial 203/330

No 1

TANNEBRING, George farmer Hope Valley 1867 Memorial 128/226

TANNEBRING, Georg farmer Hope Valley had died c1890. Heinrich Tannebring farmer Hope Valley, together with Fritz, Auguste and Emma Tannebring, had an interest in his will Application 21885

TANNER, Charles Alfred Ernest Waterloo grocer Adelaide 1906 Memorial 48/456

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TANNER, Frederick painter Adelaide (Wright St) 1865 Memorial 296/207

TANNER, Frederic 40 widower labourer Adelaide (Father: John Tanner) married Sarah SMITH 34 spinster Adelaide (Father: Samuel Smith), on 2/5/1874 St Mary's South Road. Witnesses: JH HALLETT carpenter Adelaide and MA SMITH of Adelaide Application 16935

TANNER, Frederick labourer Adelaide and Sarah Tanner his wife formerly Sarah SMITH spinster 1878 Application 16935

TANNER, Sarah married woman Adelaide 1878 formerly Sarah SMITH spinster a minor Brighton 1850, now wife of Frederick Tanner labourer Adelaide 1878 Application 16935

No 1

TANNER, George farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 131/80

TANNER, George tailor St Marys 1855 Memorial 59/86

TANNER, Kenard saddler Yanawonga, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/4/1893 Deposit 54/1893

TANNER, Vincent licensed victualler Quorn 1893 Memorial 198/419

No 1

TANSEL, George farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 391/48

TANSEL, George farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 217/79

No 1

TANTAU, Lewis storekeeper Eden Valley 1868 Memorial 92/230

TANTAU, Ludwig Christian storekeeper Eden Valley, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Alexander TILEMANN merchant Adelaide, and Carl Anton Rudolph von BERTOUCH agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/3/1886 Deposit 30/1886

No 1

TANTRAM, George labourer the Drainage Works [of the Mt Muirhead Drainage Board] Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

TANTRAM, George of Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 202 County Grey

TANTRAM, George and William farmers Millicent 1886 Memorial 131/379

TANTRAM, George hotelkeeper Millicent 1898 Memorial 101/435

TAPE, William Henry limeburner Coobowie Hundred of Melville land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 88 County Fergusson

TAPERELL, William carter Alberton 1851 Memorial 418/28

No 1

TAPLEY, Daniel master mariner and warden of the Marine Board, died 27/2/1881. Father of Daniel Thomas Tapley bank manager formerly of Laura but now of Caltowie, and Edward Charles Tapley merchant's clerk Adelaide. By 1901, DT Tapley lived at Mile End Memorials 209 & 210/454

TAPLEY, Daniel master mariner and Warden of the Marine Board Woodville, died 27/2/1881. He had inherited Caversham from his brother, Richard Tapley, who died 1/12/1874 at home Caversham. Daniel Tapley left his daughter, Mary Elizabeth HALL wife of ? Hall, a life interest in trust in Caversham, Section 396 Hundred of Yatala, at Beverley [Findon]. She lived there. After her death, on 3/2/1908, the property had to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant between her two brothers, Daniel Thomas Tapley and Edward Charles Tapley. EC Tapley had died before his sister, and so his children received his share. Mary Hall's son, Richard Charles Walter Hall club steward Mile End 1908, knew a lot about Caversham Application 25467

TAPLEY, Daniel Thomas bank manager Redhill 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 41 County Dalhousie

TAPLEY, Edward Charles gentleman Semaphore and Mary Harriett Tapley his wife former Mary Harriett BROCK. Probably links with Thomas Alsop Brock shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 130/294

No 1

TAPLEY, Frank Richard Marten woolclasser Coromandel Valley Upper Sturt 1932[-1941] Memorial 24/506

TAPLEY, Frank Richard Marten woolclasser formerly of Coromandel Valley and Angas Road, Hawthorn but now of Woodcroft Ave, St Georges 1956 Memorial 68/531

TAPLEY, James gentleman Tapley Hill 1864 Memorial 147/196

No 1

TAPLEY, James Morford and John sheep farmers Tapley Hill 1851 Memorial 1/33

TAPLEY, James Morford farmer Tapley Hill 1860 Memorial 110/167

TAPLEY, James Morford gentleman O'Halloran Hill 1864 Memorial 3/198

TAPLEY, Mary widow of the late James Morford Tapley farmer Tapley Hill, died 24/4/1893. Her youngest child, Annie Mabel Tapley spinster Tapley Hill, turned 21 on 19/5/1896. The other children in her family included Alice GARDNER wife of George Byron Gardner farmer Goolwa, Alfred Morford Tapley farmer Tapley Hill, Mary Ellen HALL wife of Shelly Prentis Hall engineer Gawler, and Edith SOMERVILLE wife of James Dougald Somerville draftsman Penola Application 23276

No 1

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer Tapley Hill 1854 Memorial 9/71

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer Myponga 1856[-1869] Memorial 224/105, Application 9940

TAPLEY, John sheepfarmer Myponga Hundred of Davenport land grant 1858 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

TAPLEY, John sheepfarmer Wartaka 1878 Application 16937

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer Wartaka 1884 Memorial 84/359

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer Wartaka near Pt Augusta 1878[-1889] Memorial 27/311, Application 16937

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer West Wartaka 1891 Memorial 42/411

TAPLEY, John sheepfarmer Wartaka Hundred of Davenport land grant 1892[-1896] Grant Book 24 Page 668 County Frome

TAPLEY, John sheep farmer formerly of Tapley Hill but now of Pt Augusta 1897 Application 23295

TAPLEY, John drover Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

TAPLEY, John sheepfarmer Pt Augusta linked with Thomas Tapley station manager Wartaka 1915 Memorial 34/473

No 1

TAPLEY, John Edward general commission agent Adelaide (King William St) 1856 Memorial 224/105

TAPLEY, John Edward of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1859 Memorial 2/157

TAPLEY, Kitty spinster c/- JV SMITH Franklin St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22666

TAPLEY, Mary Frances spinster Pt Augusta 1890 Memorial 145/403

No 1

TAPLEY, Percy Clarence Bowman farmer Pt Lincoln linked with Thomas Richard Tapley farmer Pt Lincoln 1910 Memorial 242/462

TAPLEY, Percy Clarence Bowman farmer Whangarei New Zealand l linked with Thomas Herbert Tapley sea captain Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 48/503

No 1

TAPLEY, Richard Edward accountant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 56/33

TAPLEY, Richard Edward commission agent Adelaide 1857 Memorial 347/124

TAPLEY, Richard Edward accountant Norwood Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1857 Grant Book 37 Page 250 County Hindmarsh

TAPLEY, Richard Edward gentleman Adelaide, declared 8/1/1861, that he had been the Secretary of the North Kapunda Mining Company from 1852 until the company was wound up in 1857 Application 1883

TAPLEY, Richard Edward gentleman Norwood 1865 Memorial 186/231

TAPLEY, RE secretary SA Insurance Co Adelaide 1870 Memorial 97/244

TAPLEY, RE secretary to the SA Insurance Company Adelaide (98 King William St) 1872[-1874] Memorial 171/262

TAPLEY, RE secretary to the SA Insurance Co Ltd with head office in Adelaide 1883 Memorial 127/354

No 1

TAPLEY, Richard James out of business Chairman of the District Council of Clarendon Coromandel Valley 1917 Application 26602

TAPLEY, Richard James landowner Coromandel Valley 1925 Memorial 102/492

TAPLEY, Richard Lewis solicitor Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 227/377

No 1 - Richard Mordaunt Tapley

TAPLEY, Richard port agent Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 493/32

TAPLEY, Richard shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 425/68

TAPLEY, Richard Esquire Caversham near Findon, died 1874 Memorial 163/278

TAPLEY, Richard of Caversham died 1/12/1874. Brother to Margaret Tapley. Father of Richard Mordaunt Tapley, who died 31/1/1865. RM Tapley's widow, Mary Ann Hannah Tapley, remarried 17/7/1869 to Edward Pattison CLARKE civil servant Adelaide. Mrs Clarke died 25/9/1922 without issue, possibly at Prahan Vic where she had been living apart from her husband for some time. Sister to Elizabeth GOUGE 1920 Memorial 100/480 & RPA Search 2674

TAPLEY, Richard Mordaunt shipping agent Pt Adelaide, died 31/1/1865 intestate. His widow, Mary Ann Hannah Tapley, remarried. She had a life interest in trust in certain land at Queenstown, which her father-in-law, Richard Tapley of Caversham (who died 1/12/1874), owned as heir at law for his intestate son. Mary Ann Hannah CLARKE widow Russell St, East Prahan Vic, died 25/9/1922 without issue Application 28325

No 1 - the Elder FIND – previous history

TAPLEY, Thomas the Elder gentleman South Tce, Adelaide, died c1856. All his personal estate absolutely and a life interest interest in the real estate to his wife, so long as she remained his widow. After her death, the real estate to be shared out amongst his children, who each got various Sections. His hotel, the Victoria, on pt Section 129, Survey B, to be sold and the profit shared amongst the daughters and two sons (Richard Edward Tapley and Thomas Tapley the Younger). The trustees were to be Thomas Tapley’s brother, Richard Tapley the Elder shipping agent Pt Adelaide, and Robert Montgomery surgeon Happy Valley Enrolment 13/30

TAPLEY, Mary widow [of Thomas Tapley the Elder] Adelaide, died 20/1/1867, of serous effusion, aged 76 Application 8609

No 1 - the Younger

TAPLEY, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1847 Memorial 284/10

TAPLEY, Thomas the Younger publican Emu Springs 1850[-1854] Memorial 472/30

TAPLEY, Thomas the Younger formerly licensed victualler Emu Springs but now farmer North Road near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 279/104

TAPLEY, Thomas farmer Enfield Co Adelaide. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 35 County Daly

TAPLEY, Thomas farmer Emu Springs 1862 Memorial 68/182

TAPLEY, Thomas the Younger gentleman Kadina, died 3/7/1862 Adelaide, of disease of the liver, aged 45 Application 10398

TAPLEY, Thomas manager Wartaka Station linked with Margaret Lavinia Tapley spinster Myponga 1921 Memorial 115/482

TAPLEY, Thomas formerly station manager Wartaka Station near Pt Augusta but now sheepfarmer Myponga linked with Margaret Lavinia Tapley spinster Myponga 1931 Memorial 4/505

No 1

TAPLEY, Thomas Richard storekeeper Pt Lincoln Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 81 County Jervois

TAPLEY, Thomas Richard farmer Thistle Island near Pt Lincoln 1888[-1892] Memorial 65/393

TAPLEY, Thomas Richard farmer Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 250/452

No 1

TAPLEY, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 405/71

TAPLEY, William 38 lighthouse keeper Cape Borda (Father: Richard Tapley) married Henrietta CRANSTON 19 Norwood (Father; Matthew Cranston) on 8/4/1862 St John's Halifax St Adelaide. Minister: DJH IBBETSON. Witnesses: M Cranston publican Norwood and Fanny Cranston of Norwood. The couple's only child, Blanche Edith Tapley, was born aboard the Pt Adelaide light ship on 25/7/1864. William Stevenson Tapley died 20/3/1867 intestate. His widow, Henrietta Tapley, remarried to Eduard KAESEHAGEN bachelor butcher Tanunda (Father Leopold Kaesehagen) on 23/3/1868 Holy Trinity Lyndoch. Minister: Henry READ. Witnesses: Grizelda Cranston and Matthew Cranston, Carl Kaesehagen butcher all of Lyndoch. By 1895, Henrietta and Eduard Kaesehagen had separated - she lived at Murray Bridge with her daughter, Blanche Edith MOORE wife of John Albert Moore engineer Murray Bridge, and Eduard Kaesehagen was a butcher at Booleroo Centre Application 22989

TAPLIN, Charles Eaton architect Adelaide 1919 Application 26752

No 1

TAPLIN, Charles Goodenough schoolmaster Salisbury 1867 Memorial 240/224

TAPLIN, Charles Goodenough schoolmaster Macclesfield 1869 Memorial 133/236

TAPLIN, Charles Goodenough clerk in holy orders Echunga 1871 Memorial 167/259

TAPLIN, Charles Goodenough clerk in holy orders Wallaroo 1879 Memorial 66/314

No 1

TAPLIN, Charles James Blatch draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 198/104

TAPLIN, Charles James Blatch schoolmaster Salisbury 1860 Memorial 173/168

TAPLIN, Charles James Blatch draper married Eliza LANSLEY o 27/11/1834 St Bride's parish church, London. Two children - William Taplin born 20/9/1835 Ashe, Hants and Charles Goodenough Taplin born 1840. The Taplins emigrated to SA. CJB Taplin formerly schoolmaster Salisbury but then Minister of the Gospel Pt Lincoln, died 5/3/1866 Salisbury intestate, leaving his eldest son William Taplin as heir at law. William Taplin the Younger farmer Salisbury died 24/8/1904. He left his whole estate to his wife, Harriet Ann Taplin, for life, then to their four children in equal shares - Lillile Eliza Taplin (married woman Penfield 1925), Charles James Blatch Taplin telegraph overseer formerly of Goodwood Rd, Goodwood Park now of Commercial Rd, Hyde Park (father of Colin Quintrell Taplin military staff officer, John Winzor Taplin, and Harriet Ann Taplin (by 1924 Mrs COOK married woman King's Park. Estate worth £75. John Winzor Taplin engine fitter Huntriss St, Torrensville, died 10/1/1920 Harcourt Rd, Payneham. His whole £2300 estate in trust for his wife, Laura Taplin, during her lifetime or widowhood, then to their son, William Arthur Taplin Application 27371

No 2

TAPLIN, Charles James Blatch telephone inspector Hyde Park lined with Colin Quintrell Taplin military staff officer Hyde Park, Harriet Ann COOK married woman Hyde Park and Lillies Eliza ARGENT married woman Penfield 1924 Memorial 144/490

No 1

TAPLIN, EC proclaimed bank manager Curramulka 1937 Memorial 82/511

TAPLIN, EC proclaimed bank manager Willunga 1943 Memorial 175/517

No 1

TAPLIN, George clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 77/21

TAPLIN, George shoolmaster Pt Elliot 1855[-1857] Memorial 8/89

TAPLIN, George missionary Point McLeay Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Baker land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 7 County Russell

TAPLIN, George minister of the gospel Point Mcleay 1879 Memorial 21/313

TAPLIN, John Winzor engine fitter formerly of Hunfriss St, Torrensville but then of Harcourt Rd, Payneham, died 10/1/1920. Husband of Laura Taplin. Father of William Arthur Taplin 'an infant'. Brother to Charles James Blatch Taplin telegraph overseer 31 Commercial Road, Hyde Park and Colin Quintrell Taplin military staff officer 31 Commercial Rd, Hyde Park 1923 Memorial 141/489

No 1

TAPLIN, William farmer Grace Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

No 2

TAPLIN, William of Salisbury (eldest son of the late Charles James Blatch Taplin formerly of Salisbury but now deceased 1891), died c1906 Memorial 28/455

TAPLING, Martha widow Grange 1904 Application 24820

TAPP, Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9617

TAPP, John Henry carpenter Alberton 1910 Application 25789

TAPP, Thomas Wright railway station master Morgan trustee Morgan Institute 1909 Grant Book 18 Page 11 County Eyre

No 1

TAPP, William Watkins rate collector Queenstown 1886 Memorial 78/378, Application 20996

TAPP, William Watkins District Clerk for the Queenstown and Alberton District Council 1897 Application 23381

TAPP, William Watkins formerly Clerk of the District Council of Queenstown until it amalgamated with the Pt Adelaide Counil now gentleman Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24745

TAPP, William Watkins formerly rate collector Queenstown and Alberton District Council 1884-1896 now rate collector Pt Adelaide District Council 1904 Application 24893

TAPP, William Watkin city valuator and rate collector for the City of Pt Adelaide 1908. He was formerly rate collector for the District Council of Queenstown Application 25482

TAPP, William Watkins Pt Adelaide city surveyor Pt Adelaide 1912 Application 26145

No 1

TAPP, William Weekes dealer Queenstown 1862 Application 14052

TAPP, William Weeks fruiterer Queenstown 1865 Memorial 15/206

No 1

TAPPEINER, Joseph RC clergyman Norwood Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 181 County Victoria

TAPPEINER, Joseph Jesuit priest Norwood 1877 Application 16076

TAPPER, Fergus O'Connor butcher Narracoorte, Richard Thomas Tapper labourer Balhannah and Mary Ann GRAY nee Tapper wife of Samuel Gray storekeeper Wild Horse Plains had links with an insolvent estate at Balhannah 1883 Memorial 80/354

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAPPER, Richard brickmaker [Lots 18, 19 Meadow St] Balhannah 1850 Memorial 376/27

TAPPER, Richard Charles brickmaker Balhannah 1851 Memorial 239/37

TAPPER, Richard Charles brickmaker Balhannah, died c1851. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Tapper, for life or until her remarriage; then to his 4 children, Richard Thomas Tapper, William Tapper, Fergus Tapper and Mary Ann Tapper, in trust until the oldest child turned 21, then to be divided in equal shares Memorial 252/97

TAPPER, Richard Charles brickmaker Balhannah died c1851. His house and land in Balhannah to his wife, Mary Ann Tapper, in trust for life, or until her remarriage. Then the real estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children Richard Thomas Tapper, Fergus O’Connor Tapper, Mary Ann Tapper. John STANLEY brewer, John HART wheelwright and James THOMSON gentleman all of Balhannah, witnessed the will Enrolment 60/32

TAPPER, Mary Ann widow Balhannah 1854 Memorial 111/67

TAPPER, Richard Charles the Elder brickmaker Balhannah, died 13/11/1851. His widow, Mary Ann Tapper, died 3/1/1866 Balhannnah, of apoplexy, aged 46. His daughter, Mary Ann Tapper, went to live with her father’s friend, Thomas BOTHAM gentleman Nairne, later Brown St, Adelaide, who reared her and educated her apparently after her father died. Mary Ann Botham 19 Nairne, married Samuel GRAY 24 Primitive Methodist Minister Nairne, on 12/4/1870 Primitive Methodist Chapel Nairne. Minister: John GOODWIN. Witnesses: William DAVEY miller Nairne and Hannah Botham of Nairne. The Tappers' son, Richard Charles Tapper formerly the Younger, lived in his parents’ home (lots 18, 19 Balhannah) until he sold it in 1883 Application 21742

TAPPEINER, Joseph RC priest Sevenhills College Hundred of Clare land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 38 County Stanley

TAPPER, William formerly carter Uraidla but now an imprisoned debtor 1879 Memorial 217/353

TAPPING, Harold Leslie of 179 Hart St, Glanville, aged 60 years in 1962, declared that he had lived in the neighbourhood all his life Application 29468

No 1

TAPRELL, William carter Alberton 1851[-1852] Memorial 418/28

TAPRELL, William 47 labourer Adelaide married Isabella MCPHERSON 26 spinster Adelaide, on 26/4/1847 Rev’d Robert HAINING’s private home. Became a carrier of Alberton. 3 children of the marriage. Eldest son and heir at law - Aeneas TAPRELL born Jan 1848. William Taprell died April 1858 intestate. Son Aeneas Taprell farmer Opossum Gully, Bendigo Vic inherited the estate as heir at law. Mrs Taprell remarried to Thomas STEPHENSON farmer Opossum Gully, Bendigo Vic. It appears that the Taprell marriage might have broken up in the 1850s. Application 10382

TAPSCOTT, Samuel farmer South Rhine Hundred of South Rhine land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 247 County Sturt

TAPSON, Arthur carpenter Adelaide 1889 Memorial 120/397

TAPSON, James gentleman Kensington 1839 Application 22354

TAPSON, Lydia widow Adelaide (Wyatt St) 1884 Memorial 120/360

No 1

TAPSON, Thomas builder Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 273/57

TAPSON, Thomas builder Adelaide (Currie St) 1866[-1867] Memorial 203/216

TAPSON, Thomas builder Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 117/230

TAPSON, Thomas contractor Adelaide 1874. Bankrupt 1874. Good list of assets Enrolment 18/52

No 1

TARDIF, Alfred accountant Gawler, liquidator for the reconstruction of the firm of James MARTIN & Co Ltd of Gawler 1893 Memorial 24/417

TARDIF, Alfred accountant Gawler 1901 Memorial 244/443

TARDIF, J bank manager Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 143/315

TARDIF, JH of the ES & A Bank Snowtown 1903 Memorial 110/449

No 1

TARDIF, William of Gawler 1857 Memorial 218/129

TARDIF, William carpenter Gawler South 1865 Memorial 166/203

TARDREW, John whitesmith Thebarton 1848 Memorial 176/13

TARDREW, William brewer Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 98/314

TARED, John farmer Noarlunga 1863 Memorial 34/187

TARILL, Thomas yeoman Kapunda 1866[-1869] Memorial 315/208

No 1

TARLTON, Robert Alfred draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 213/164

TARLTON, Robert Alfred draper Adelaide and Caroline Tarlton his wife 1861 Memorial 50/172

TARLTON, Robert Alfred merchant Adelaide 1862[-1865] Memorial 332/183

TARLTON, Robert Alfred merchant Adelaide leased Sarnia Cottage (c60 acres) Goodwood Road from James Penn BOUCAUT until c1864 Memorial 201/202

TARLTON, Robert Alfred wholesale draper Adelaide 1867 Memorial 207/222

TARLTON, Robert Alfred draper Adelaide 1867. His wife, Caroline Tarlton, had died 20/3/1865, leaving her eldest son, Robert Tatham Tarlton, as her heir at law Memorial 14/220

TARLTON, Robert Alfred Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles RISCHBIETH merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/10/1869. Between 28/6/1875 and 30/6/1796, Robert Alfred Tarlton MLC Adelaide, George WILLS merchant London, Middlesex, England, William BARKER storekeeper Mt Barker, James COUNSELL merchant Adelaide, and Charles RISCHBIETH merchant Adelaide, went into partnership to own the Coralbignie Run sheep station, at a cost of £29, 335/19/9 equally divided amongst the partners Deposits 241/1869 and 51/1887

TARLTON, Robert Alfred Esquire Somerton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 59 County Burra

TARLTON, Robert Alfred the Hon MLC Somerton 1873 Application 12926

TARLTON, Robert Alfred MLC of Glenelg 1878 Memorial 198/312

TARLTON, Robert Alfred MLC of Somerton Adelaide 1886 Memorial 19/378

TARLTON, Robert Alfred gentleman Glenelg, entitled to land in the Hundred of Noarlunga for life, then to Robert Tatham Tarlton gentleman Aparina New Zealand, in remainder expectant 1883 Application 19911

TARLTON, Robert Alfred gentleman Somerton 1889 Memorial 149/417

TARLTON, Robert Alfred Esquire merchant normally of Somerton, but presently of Launceston Tas 1889 Application 21734

TARLTON, Robert A sheepfarmer Somerton and Sophia Tarlton his wife 1893 Memorial 86/417

No 1

TARLTON, Tatham station overseer Mt Nor West Station Government Gums 1878 Memorial 198/312

TARLTON, Tatham of Mossburn 'pastoral country north of the Peak' 1884 Memorial 53/382

TARRAN, Alluteus Sheldon grazier Dimboola Vic 1899 Memorial 122/438

No 1

TARRAN, James farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 220/68

TARRAN, James farmer Rapid Bay 1854[-1894] Memorial 350/70

TARRAN, James farmer Rapid Bay, died 17/2/1899 near Dimboola Vic. Estate worth £1,000. Father of Alluteus Sheldon Tarran grazier near Dimboola Vic and Esther Australia Matilda Tarran no description 1899 Memorial 96/438

TARRAN, James formerly farmer Rapid Bay late of Dimboola Vic, died 17/2/1899. His estate to his son, Alluteus Shedon Tarran grazier Dimboola, with a legacy for his daughter, Esther Australia Matilda Tarran. Estate worth £1,000 Application 23870

TARRANT, Edmund James formerly station master Pt Elliot 1902 now gentleman Bowden 1922 Application 27078

TARRANT, George labourer Adelaide (Compton St) 1853[-1856] Memorial 163/49

No 1

TASCH, Paul farmer Clare 1863 Memorial 249/192

TASCH, Paul farmer Sevenhill 1885 Memorial 16/369

TASKER, Brian S junior clerk Elder's Trustee Ltd Adelaide (37-39 Currie St)1941 Memorial 45/516

TASKER, Clyde Hampton licensed victualler The Parade, Norwood 1953 Application 28930

No 1 - the Elder

TASKER, John gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 475/92

TASKER, Mary widow of John Tasker the Elder agent 13th St, Bowden, died 12/5/1890, of senile decay, aged 85. Her son, John Tasker the Younger draper Adelaide 1883 manufacturer’s agent formerly Norwood but now Perth WA 1909 Application 19801

No 2 - the Younger

TASKER, John draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1888[-1895] Memorial 13/358

TASKER, John draper North Adelaide 1888 Memorial 94/390

No 1

TASKER, Mary Ann widow Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 242/103

TASKER, Mary Ann widow [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Unley 1859 Memorial 18/149

No 1

TASKER, Rose spinster Kensington 1871 Memorial 142/258

TASKER, Rose Agnes spinster Kensington 1872 Application 12316

No 1

TASKER, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1846 Memorial 39/7 Publican Robin Hood Inn Kensington 1849 Memorial 258/16 Butcher Kensington 1850 Memorial 13/25

TASKER, Thomas butcher Kensington 1853 He sold the Robin Hood Inn at Norwood to WH CLARK brewer Adelaide for £700 Memorial 204/48

TASKER, William engine driver Robe S-E 1913 Memorial 72/469

TASKER, William Hampton licensed victualler Norwood 1919[-1923] Memorial 52/479, Application 26911

No 1

TASSIE, Alexander Drysdale gentleman Pt Augusta Hundred of Davenport land grant 1858[-1859] Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

TASSIE, Alexander Drysdale gentleman Pt Augusta 1859 Memorial 84/157

TASSIE, Alexander Drysdale merchant Pt Augusta 1863[-1865] Memorial 325/189, Application 6238

TASSIE, Alexander Drysdale gentleman Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5137

TASSIE, AD storekeeper Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 58/194

TASSIE, Alexander storekeeper Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 148 County Manchester

TASSIE, AD agent Pt Augusta 1865 Memorial 267/200

TASSIE, Alexander Drysdale storekeeper Pt Augusta 1872 Application 12320

TASSIE, H clerk Dulwich 1898 Memorial 32/523

No 1

TASSIE, John warehouseman Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1904 Application 24882

TASSIE, John company director Adelaide 1925 Memorial 38/494

TASSIE, Thomas Sharp storeman Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1866 Grant Book 66 Page 148 County Manchester

TASSIE, Thomas William warehouseman Adelaide 1900 Application 23964

TASTE, Charles Dela merchant Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 271/58

TATAM, Frederick George carpenter York township on the Port Road linked with Lily Frances Tatam spinster York township 1911 Memorial 100/465

No 1

TATE, Annie Sarah dressmaker Adelaide (Gilles St) 1915 Memorial 37/473

TATE, Annie Sarah dressmaker Callington 1925 Memorial 162/492

TATE, Joseph director Mt Mulga Pty Co Ltd No Liability of Olary and Melbourne Vic 1893 Memorial 66/416

No 1

TATE, Ralph professor of natural history University of Adelaide and Mary Tate his wife 1898 Memorial 165/433

TATE, Ralph professor of natural history University of Adelaide and Mary Tate his wife 1901 Application 24190

TATHAM, Samuel of Chilton Ovens District Vic. He sold land in Mintaro 1862 Memorial 183/187

TATHAM, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1866 Application 8004

TATUM, William stockholder Crystal Brook near Mt Remarkable 1849 Memorial 166/18

TAUNTON, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1846 Memorial 384/7

No 1

TAVENDER, David stonemason Angaston 1856 Memorial 247/98

TAVENDER, David stonemason Angaston 1860 Application 1545

No 1

TAVENDER, George Kenneth gardener Pt Lincoln 1929 Memorial 153/501

TAVENDER, George Kenneth gardener formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Angaston 1938 Memorial 153/512

No 1

TAVENDER, Samuel grazier Avenue Range trustee Showground Lucindale Hundred of Joyce land grant 1900 Grant Book 51 Page 11 County Robe

TAVENDER, Caroline married woman Hundred of Townsend Hundred of Townsend land grant 1899 Grant Book 51 Page 74 County Robe

No 1

TAVERNER, Alexander Alfred labourer Blackwood 1950 Memorial 155/525

TAVERNER, Alexander Alfred formerly dairy farmer Macclesfield but then labourer Strathalbyn, died 11/3/1951. Father of Loxley Martin Taverner labourer Macclesfield and Margaret Clare Slee-Taverner nursing sister Women's Hospital, Carlton Vic Memorials 73 & 82/526

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAVERNER, Alfred George farmer Yankalilla (born 17/9/1898) and Marion Taverner spinster Yankalilla (born 18/4/1895) 1943, declared that they were children of George Alfred Taverner mason Yankalilla and his wife Lucy Ann Taverner Application 28360

TAVERNER, Alfred George farmer Yankalilla and BULL, Marion nee Taverner wife of Harold Roy Bull farmer Yankalilla 1943. HR Bull was born at Willowie, the son of William John Bull. The Taverner-Bull marriage took place on 18/3/1942 in a private home at 85 First Ave, St Peters, when the bridegroom was 48 and the bride 46. The Rev'd NH LOUWYCK was the minister Application 28362

No 1 - probably the same person

TAVERNER, Charles farmer formerly a tenant of property at St Leonards 1854 Memorial 262/72

TAVERNER, Charles farmer Yankalilla 1882 Memorial 80/346

TAVERNER, Charles farmer Seymour near Middleton, died 25/2/1898 Kent Town. Husband of Margaret Taverner. Father of Robert Lewis Taverner, William Charles Taverner, Sarah Ann Taverner, Elie Cecil Taverner, Alexander Alfred Taverner, Frederic George Taverner, Horace John Taverner, Ophis Arthur Taverner and Ernest Locksley Taverner Memorial 186/472

TAVERNER, Charles farmer Seymour near Middleton, died 25/2/1898 Kent Town. Estate worth £1,200. His wife, Margaret Taverner, to hold his whole estate in trust until his youngest child reached the age of 18 years. The executors had the power then to decide when the whole estate was to be sold. One third to he widow and two thirds in equal shares to the children - Robert Luis, William Charles, Sarah Ann, Elie Cecil, Alexander Alfred, Frederic George, Horace John, Opher Arthur and Ernest Locksly Taverner. Estate worth £1,200 Application 28294

TAVERNER, Eli Cecil farmer formerly of Meadows but now of Wistow 1955 Memorial 189/529

No 1

TAVERNER, George Alfred farmer Yankalilla 1901 Application 24178

TAVERNER, George Alfred mason Yankalilla, and Lucy Taverner his wife 1904 Memorial 83/451

TAVERNER, Lucy Ann widow Yankalilla, died 9/11/1940. Sole benefactors; Alfred George Taverner farmer Yankalilla and Marion Taverner spinster Yankalilla. Marion Taverner 46 spinster m 18/3/1942 private residence 85 First Ave, St Peters, Harrold Roy BULL 48 bachelor of Willowie Born Yankalilla; Father; William John Bull Memorial 134/515

TAVERNER, Mary Ann 22 spinster Kent Town (Father: Robert Taverner) married Alexander PATTERSON 25 bachelor plumber Gilbert St, Adelaide (Father: William Patterson) on 19/7/1879 Mrs Taverner's home Kent Town. Minister: James Lyall Presbyterian Minister. Witnesses: Alfred Edward WEIR plumber Norwood and Eliza Taverner of Grenfell St, Kent Town. Eliza Taverner 21 spinster Kent Town (Father: Robert Taverner) married Alfred William Greswell SMITH 27 compositor Kent Town (Father: Burnard Smith) on 12/6/1882 Mrs Taverner's home Kent Town. Minister: Henry POPE. Witnesses: Alfred T GLASSON minister Norwood and Emma Taverner of Kent Town Application 24177

No 1

TAVERNER, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 267/188

TAVERNER, Robert farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla, died c1868. Husband of Sarah Ann Taverner. Father of (3 sons and 4 daughters) William Taverner, Charles Taverner and George Alfred Taverner, Eliza Taverner, Mary Ann Taverner, Emma Taverner and Amelia Taverner Memorial 187/472

TAVERNER, Robert farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla, died 6/12/1867. His widow, Sarah Ann Taverner of Magill (Father: John MITCHELL) remarried to Henry Thomas WEBB bacheor dairyman Magill (Father: William Webb) on 14/12/1871 S Paul's Pulteney St, Adelaide. Minister: A RUSSELL. Witnesses: William FISK plumber Adelaide and Elizabeth LOVEDAY of Hindmarsh (she could not write). Sarah Ann Webb wife of Harry Webb sailor Dew St Kent Town, died 24/12/1900, of apoplexy, aged 72 Application 24177

TAVERNER, Robert farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but then of Dairy Flat, Hundred of Yankalilla, died 6/12/1867. He left his whole estate to his wife, Sarah Ann Taverner, for life, to support herself and his children. After her death, his three sons - William, Charles and George Alfred Taverner - to inherit certain sections of land as laid down in the will and to pay out their sisters - Eliza, Mary Ann and Amelia Taverner. The brothers to share out the farming implements amongst them. The whole family to share equally from the proceeds of the sale of the livestock Application 28294

TAVERNER, Sarah Ann widow Kent Town relict of the late Robert Taverner formerly farmer Yankalilla now deceased 1882 Memorial 158/343

TAVERNER, Robert Lewis farmer Middleton linked with Margaret Ann WALTON wife of Conrad Alexander Walton farmer Middleton formerly Margaret Taverner [was she the widow of Charles Taverner of Middleton?] 1915 Memorial 46/473

No 1

TAVERNER, William ploughman above Rapid Bay 1869 Memorial 89/239

TAVERNER, William farmer Torrens Vale 1882 Memorial 158/343

TAVERNER, William farmer Dairy Flat near Yankalilla 1901. Son of Robert and Sarah Ann Taverner Application 24177

TAYLER, JO storekeeper Tarlee 1908 Memorial 150/459

TAYLER, Robert of Yanyarrie 1888 Memorial 11/390

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TAYLOR, Adam quarryman Kooringa 1851 Memorial 53/34

TAYLOR, Adam carrier Adelaide 1855 Memorial 495/93

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TAYLOR, Adam farmer Point Sturt 1863 Application 3785

TAYLOR, Adam farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Alexandrina 1868[-1877] Memorial 236/234

TAYLOR, Adam farmer formerly of Point Sturt but now of Kiata Vic 1888 Memorial 12/397

TAYLOR, Adam farmer Kiata Vic 1880 Application 18399

TAYLOR, Adam farmer Kiata South Vic and Samuel PEARCE Norwood, owned pt lot 30 in Norwood, and known as Crampton’s Family Hotel. Property about to be leased to John HAIMES and Maria Matilda MALLEN brewers Mitcham, for 7 years from 5/4/1887, for £4 a week. Taylor gave S Pearce power of attorney to manage his share in the partnership 23/11/1885 Deposit 221/1885

TAYLOR, Adam gentleman formerly of Kiata Vic but now of Kensington 1898 Application 23671

TAYLOR, Alexander licensed victualler Adelaide and Ellen Taylor his wife formerly Ellen OLIVER. Elizabeth Oliver, Emily Oliver, Fanny Oliver, James Oliver and Thomas Oliver mentioned but not described 1879 Memorial 75/313

TAYLOR, Alexander Mount Chapman gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 344 County Gawler

No 1

TAYLOR, Alfred draper Adelaide 1852 Memorial 205/39

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, Alfred butcher Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 320/75

TAYLOR, Alfred butcher Crafers 1860 Application 1725

TAYLOR, Alfred butcher Crafers 1868 Memorial 47/237

TAYLOR, Alfred butcher and postmaster Crafers 1870 Memorial 245/245

TAYLOR, Alfred the Elder butcher Crafers 1873 Application 12525

TAYLOR, Alfred the Elder butcher Crafers linked with Alfred Taylor the Younger tinsmith Laura 1877 Memorial 236/298

TAYLOR, Alfred formerly ironmonger Laura [but now elsewhere] 1888 Memorial 163/390

No 3

TAYLOR, Alfred labourer Hindmarsh 1868[-1875] Memorial 183/228

No 4

TAYLOR, Alfred 25 tradesman Strathalbyn (Father; Alfred Taylor) married Martha Christiana RODDA 17 Strathalbyn (Father: Stephen Rodda) on 6/9/1873 Christ Church Strathalbyn. Minister: F Slaney POOLE. Witnesses: Charles PASCOE saddler Strathalbyn and Eleanor COOK and Caroline TAYLOR both of Strathalbyn. Her parents were Stephen Rodda blacksmith Strathalbyn and Esther Rodda Application 28328

TAYLOR, Alfred Ernest share farmer Peebinga trustee Peebinga Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

TAYLOR, Alfred Skirrow hotelkeeper Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

No 1

TAYLOR, Ambrose brickmaker Encounter Bay 1840[-1842] Application 8776, Memorial 76/2

TAYLOR, Ambrose farmer Yankalilla 1844[-1846] Memorial 60/4 TAYLOR, Ambrose farmer Inman Valley 1847[-1849] Memorial 377/9 Cordwainer Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 285/7

TAYLOR, Ambrose farmer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 363/76

TAYLOR, Ambrose farmer Lake View Farm near Pt Elliot, died c1862, and was buried in the Goolwa Cemetery. He left his farm house and garden (Section 2439) to his wife, Sarah Taylor, in trust for life, together with an annuity of £40. After her death, the property to his son, Samuel Taylor the Elder in trust for life, then his children to inherit the property in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. However, the Taylors became bankrupts. Philip Carrington GREAYER importer and storekeeper Pt Elliot managed the property as one of the chief creditors ‘with all reasonable ad necessary goods for household and other purposes to be paid for out of the profits and produce of the said Sections and Farm’, until the estate could be sold. Samuel Taylor the Elder, perhaps his wife Sarah Anna nee Taylor (likely she had died beforehand, though), his family, and his mother left for Natimuk Vic in 1874. His family consisted of Ambrose Taylor, Jane Taylor, Mary Ann Taylor and Samuel Taylor the Younger, born 24/4/1859 Pt Elliot. Section 2293 Hundred of Goolwa, against the main road, known as Taylor’s wheat paddock. Stephen Baldwin COLE Esquire Woodlands Pt Elliot bought most of the Taylor farm 1880, for £1,100. John ABBOTT of Middleton declared 1881 that he knew Ambrose Taylor well: ‘I saw his body after death and attended his funeral’ Application 18504

TAYLOR, Amos Powell linked with James Taylor with farming lease land in the Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson 1887 Memorial 63/386

TAYLOR, Andrew Fyfe painter Kadina 1891 Memorial 232/407

No 1

TAYLOR, Anthony labourer Brompton 1851[-1857] Memorial 453/34

TAYLOR, Anthony farmer Brompton 1853 Memorial 233/49

TAYLOR, Anthony farmer Brompton near Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grants 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 112 County Adelaide

TAYLOR, Anthony farmer Peachey Belt 1855[-1880] Memorial 395/82, Application 95, Application 16668

TAYLOR, Anthony Harris farmer The Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 454/83

No 1

TAYLOR, Benjamin fellmonger Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 18/222

TAYLOR, Benjamin tanner Hindmarsh 1867 Memorial 81/225

TAYLOR, Benjamin tanner and currier Hindmarsh linked with John Taylor wool merchant Thebarton 1872 Memorial 219/257

TAYLOR, Benjamin and Joseph curriers Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 36/261

TAYLOR, Benjamin, Joseph and William Haigh fellmongers at the Torrens side Mills at Thebarton and Hindmarsh carrying on business under the style or firm of Taylor Bros, became bankrupts in 1876 Memorial 202/294

TAYLOR, Benjamin and William Haigh of Thebarton 1880 Memorial 19/328

TAYLOR, Benjamin and William Haigh Taylor tanners Hindmarsh carrying on business under the style or firm of Taylor Brothers 1882 Memorial 19/339

TAYLOR, Benjamin Jones farmer formerly of Red Creek but now of 64 Cheltenham St, Malvern, aged 51 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the district for over 50 years. Son of Benjamin Taylor farmer Red Creek and Avilda Susannah Taylor. B Taylor the Elder died May 1925 Application 29266

No 1

TAYLOR, Brudell O clerk to Messrs DEMPSTER, WEBB & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 105/366

TAYLOR, BO clerk to CW DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 123/460

TAYLOR, Carew solicitor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1856 Memorial 277/199

TAYLOR, Charles carrier Alberton 1857 Memorial 231/125

TAYLOR, Charles Hedley farmer Lameroo trustee Beauville District Hall and School 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

TAYLOR, Charles Louis grazier Reedbeds 1877[-1886] Memorial 117/299

No 1 FIND full name of bank manager

TAYLOR, Charles L bank manager Redhill 1893 Memorial 119/417

TAYLOR, Charles L bank officer Strathalbyn 1902[-1910] Memorial 227/445

No 1

TAYLOR, David gentleman Kensington 1858 Memorial 257/137

TAYLOR, David gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Payneham 1860 Memorial 270/168

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TAYLOR, David yeoman Company's Section, died 1860. Husband of Ann Taylor Memorial 259/169

No 1

TAYLOR, David and Andrew Fyfe Taylor printers Wallaroo. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

TAYLOR, David and Andrew Fyfe printers Wallaroo Co Daly. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 167 County Not named

TAYLOR, David printer Wallaroo 1888[-1901] Memorials 62/394 & 21/400

TAYLOR, David Darling printer Wallaroo 1898 Memorial 58/436

No 1

TAYLOR, Donald carpenter Strathalbyn 1859[-1866] Memorials 211/153, 211/211

TAYLOR, Donald carpenter Strathalbyn 1874 Application 13533

TAYLOR, Donald shipwright Semaphore Road on Le Fevre Peninsula 1876 Memorial 8/290

TAYLOR, Donald carpenter Semaphore 1884 Memorial 123/358

TAYLOR, Donald William grazier Nairne 1956, declared that he was the governing director of DW Taylor Ltd, of 49 King William St, Adelaide Application 29213

No 1

TAYLOR, Edmund yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 310/11

TAYLOR, Edmund labourer Marden 1852 Memorial 316/43

TAYLOR, Edmund formerly labourer Adelaide but now yeoman Payneham 1852[-1853] Memorial 265/44

No 1

TAYLOR, Edward shepherd Myponga 1860 Memorial 110/167

TAYLOR, Edward farmer Pt MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 280 County Grey

TAYLOR, Edward Hayles licensed victualler Adelaide, took over the unexpired lease of a public house formerly known as the Sir Robert Peel but then called the Billy Barlow (Pt TA 131 Light Square) for £250 from George COPPIN licensed victualler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 328/23

TAYLOR, Edward Thomas dealer Mt Gambier 1938 Application 28119

No 1

TAYLOR, Edwin farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

TAYLOR, Edwin farmer near Bordertown 1884[-1888] Memorial 177/389

TAYLOR, Edwin farmer Wirrega. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 45 County Buckingham

No 2

TAYLOR, E painter Stirling East 1901 Memorial 178/443

TAYLOR, Edwin painter Stirling East 1902 Memorial 81/447

TAYLOR, Edwin painter Stirling East 1902 Application 24508

TAYLOR, EE clerk Croydon 1914 Memorial 93/470

No 1

TAYLOR, Eliza and Harriet spinsters Adelaide 1847 Memorial 67/9

TAYLOR, Eliza spinster Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 472/20

TAYLOR, Eliza spinster Norwood 1854 Memorial 361/61

TAYLOR, Eliza spinster formerly of Adelaide but now of Clarendon House, Worthing, Sussex, England 1865 Memorial 253/206

TAYLOR, Eliza spinster formerly of Adelaide, but now of clarendon House, Worthing, Sussex, England, power of attorney to William MILNE Esquire Sunnyside near Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 24/8/1865 Deposit 242/1865

No 2

TAYLOR, Eliza spinster Gawler East 1891 Application 22115

No 1

TAYLOR, Elizabeth spinster Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 272/57

No 2

TAYLOR, Elizabeth widow Long Valley near Strathalbyn relict of the late Robert Taylor formerly farmer Long Valley but now deceased 1869[-1878] Memorial 186/242

TAYLOR, Elizabeth widow formerly of Long Valley but now of Strathalbyn 1889 relict of the late Robert Taylor farmer Long Valley, who died 10/2/1866 Memorial 182/398

No 1

TAYLOR, Ellen widow Kooringa 1892 Memorial 168/413

TAYLOR, Ellen widow Kooringa, died 26/9/1924. Executrix; Margaret ROSEWALL married woman Kooringa. Perhaps a son - William Taylor station hand Wooltana Memorials 134 & 135/492

TAYLOR, Ephraim fellmonger Hindmarsh River 1856[-1857] Memorial 271/109

TAYLOR, Frank carpenter Gibson St, Bowden 1918 Application 26709

No 1

TAYLOR, Frederick bricklayer Adelaide (Pt TA 390 Gouger St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 465/14

No 2

TAYLOR, Frederick JP of Oodlawirra 1894 Memorial 228/422

No 3

TAYLOR, Frederick farmer Tickera 1896 Memorial 7/428

No 4

TAYLOR, Frederick farmer Weston Flat. Trustee unnamed Church and School Co Young 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 289 County Young

TAYLOR, Frederick Chappell barman 12 Moore St, Gawler 1958, declared that he had been born at Gawler on 28/7/1911. Apart from 3 years spent in war service and some time in 1930 when he was working at Tarlee, he had continued to live at Gawler. [Did he work at the Commercial Hotel in Murray St, Gawler ?] Application 29299

No 1 – perhaps the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, Frederick George farmer Magpie Creek. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 32 County Stanley

TAYLOR, Frederick George farmer Rochester. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

TAYLOR, Frederick George the Elder farmer Koolunga 1882 Memorial 12/348

TAYLOR, FH of Victor Harbor 1901 Memorial 72/442

No 1

TAYLOR, George storekeeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1842[-1847]. He bought country sections to lease out Memorial 344/3

TAYLOR, George storekeeper Adelaide 1843 Application 22103

TAYLOR, George baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1847 Memorial 308/9

TAYLOR, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1849 Memorial 52/18

TAYLOR, George gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 490/39

TAYLOR, George gentleman Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 361/55

TAYLOR, George gentleman First Creek 1854 Memorial 190/73

TAYLOR, George gentleman Knightsbridge 1854[-1856] Memorial 113/76

TAYLOR, George gentleman East Torrens 1856 Memorial 284/120

TAYLOR, George gentleman Knightsbridge near Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas NEILL accountant Adelaide, to manage the re-transfer of a mortgage property after the principle and interest have been paid 2/12/1856 Deposit 3/1857

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Knightsbridge but now prosecuting a voyage to England 1857 Memorial 170/113

TAYLOR, George storekeeper formerly of Adelaide (Grenfell St) then of Knightsbridge but now absent from the said province 1857 Memorial 279/121

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Knightsbridge but now residing in England 1863[-1868] Memorial 322/188

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of near Burnside but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 280/133

TAYLOR, George gentleman Tusmore 1855 Memorial 310/81

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Tusmore but now in parts beyond the seas 1858[-1860] Memorial 218/146

TAYLOR, George gentleman Woodhouse Grove Cottage Albion St, Lewisham Road, Greenwich, Kent, England, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, to lease out his SA real estate for terms not exceeding 21 years 18/11/1862 Deposit 39/1863

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Tusmore but now of Lewisham, Kent, England 1867 Memorial 16/222

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 23 Belmont Hill, Kent, England 1873 Memorial 77/268

TAYLOR, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Greenwich, Kent, England 1874 Memorial 60/274

TAYLOR, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but then of 23 Belmont Hill, Lee, Kent, England, died 10/4/1874. He appointed his sons-in-law, Thomas Rich SEDGWICK (Hannah Taylor) of Chart, Kent and William SHADGETT (Sarah Taylor) of Boughton, Kent, as executors and trustees of his will Memorial 150/276

TAYLOR, George gentleman 23 Belmont Hill, Lee, Kent, England, late of Adelaide, died 10/4/1874. £100 annuity to be paid to his wife, out of the rents from the SA real estate. One moiety of the rest of the rents to go in trust to his daughter, Hannah, wife of Thomas Rich SEDGWICK farmer Chart Sutton, Kent; the other moity to his daughter Sarah, wife of William SHADGETT farmer Boughton Winchelsea, Kent. After her death, the rents to go to the daughters for life; afterwards, the land to go the children of the daughters in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. G Taylor owned land in the foothills near Campbelltown and Rostrevor. Various portions sold between 1879-1902 Deposit 133/1874

TAYLOR, George landowner at Tusmore and Knightsbridge in the 1840s and 1850s, returned to England between 1856-1858, where he died c1874. He appointed Alexander BIRRELL gentleman Stepney St, St Peters, his local agent to manage his SA business affairs until 1871, when A Birrell went on a trip to Britain between 1871-74 Application 22594

No 2 - perhaps the same person

TAYLOR, George farmer Islington 1846 Memorial 332/7

TAYLOR, George farmer Dry Creek 1866[-1875] Memorial 80/211

No 3

TAYLOR, George butcher Nairne 1857[-1903] Memorial 125/122

No 4

TAYLOR, George farmer South Para 1852 Memorial 113/44

TAYLOR, George wood carter Millbrook 1880 Memorial 171/322

No 5 - possibly a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, George farmer near One Tree Hill 1865 Application 6061

TAYLOR, George the Elder farmer Little Garden Creek One Tree Hill, died c1871. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Agnes Taylor, for life, then to their sons, George Taylor the Younger, Robert Christie Taylor and Peter Dungey Taylor farmers One Tree Hill Application 24773

TAYLOR, George farmer Little Garden Creek near One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 21/9/1871. Husband of Agnes Taylor still of the area in 1892 Memorial 243/415

TAYLOR, George farmer Little Garden Creek, One Tree Hill, died 1871. He left his entire estate to his wife, Agnes Taylor, during her widowhood, then the real estate to his sons according to to the will and his personal estate to his daughters according to the will Memorial 107/256

TAYLOR, George grazier One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1903 Memorial 225/448

No 6

TAYLOR, George coachman North Adelaide and Sarah Taylor his wife formerly Sarah CLARK 1867 Memorial 92/221

No 7

TAYLOR, George farmer East Wellington Murray River Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 145 County Russell

No 8

TAYLOR, George shipwright Birkenhead 1909 Application 25618

TAYLOR, George shipwright Birkenhead 1911 Memorial 150/465

TAYLOR, George shipwright Birkenhead Le Fevre Peninsula 1914[-1920], died 25/3/1920. He left his entire estate to Ann Eliza HAMILTON married woman Birkenhead Road, Birkenhead Memorial 96/480

TAYLOR, George died 21/3/1920. His whole estate to Ann Eliza HAMILTON wife of Richard Hamilton of Birkenhead 1920 Application 26892

TAYLOR, George Earle licensed victualler Adelaide, purchased the remainder of the current lease to the Hindmarsh Hotel (Pt TA 164) from Robert FOOTE for 10/-. William Clare Taylor no description witnessed the transaction 1862 Memorial 94/180

TAYLOR, George Frederick hotel keeper Ardrossan 1883 Memorial 16/348

TAYLOR, George James farmer Mt Charles Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1865 Grant Book 58 Page 81 County Sturt

No 1

TAYLOR, George Thomas coachsmith Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 150/77

TAYLOR, George Thomas coachsmith Adelaide Pt TA 199 Waymouth St) 1863 Memorial 111/188

TAYLOR, George Thomas coachbuilder Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

No 1

TAYLOR, Harry B judge's associate Adelaide 1892 Memorial 209/412

TAYLOR, Harry B Chief Justice's associate Adelaide 1895 Memorial 183/423

TAYLOR, Harry Braithwaite of Hyde Park 1896 Memorial 235/426

TAYLOR, Harry Braithwaite judge's associate Unley 1898 Memorial 144/434

No 1

TAYLOR, Harry Milton clerk Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 188/419

TAYLOR, Harry Milton shipping agent Pt Adelaide linked with Sarah Sturt Taylor widow Hindmarsh 1899 Memorial 157/439

No 1

TAYLOR, Henry baker Adelaide 1847 Memorial 443/9

TAYLOR, Henry storekeeper Mitcham 1849 Memorial 154/15

TAYLOR, Henry publican Mitcham 1851[-1860] Memorial 244/30

TAYLOR, Henry licensed victualler Mitcham 1862 Application 3522

TAYLOR, Henry formerly licensed victualler 1853 but now storekeeper Mitcham 1865 Application 6753

TAYLOR, Henry formerly licensed victualler but now storekeeper Mitcham 1870 Memorial 103/248

TAYLOR, Henry storekeeper Mitcham 1882 Application 18919

No 2

TAYLOR, Henry labourer Thebarton 1857[-1859] Memorial 48/118

TAYLOR, Henry bricklayer Thebarton 1874 Memorial 107/276

TAYLOR, Henry carpenter Thebarton 1882 Memorial 58/343

TAYLOR, Henry labourer Chapel St, Thebarton, died 14/1/1905. He had gone to live in Thebarton during 1859. He had at least two children alive in 1915 - Alice Taylor spinster Chapel St, Thebarton and Robert Charles Taylor of Thebarton, aged 65 Application 26454

No 1

TAYLOR, Henry Carew solicitor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 75/80

TAYLOR, H Carew solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1857[-1859] Memorial 142/113

No 1

TAYLOR, Henry Charles carpenter Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

TAYLOR, Henry Charles builder Gawler 1891 Application 22114

TAYLOR, Henry Charles builder formerly of Gawler but now of Frewville 1904 Application 24824

TAYLOR, Henry Charles formerly builder Gawler but now out of business Frewville 1909 Application 25672

TAYLOR, Henry Charles builder Gawler. St George's Gawler trustee 1900 Retired builder Frewville. St George's Gawler trustee 1915 Memorials 165 & 166/498

No 1

TAYLOR, HE draper Hamilton on the Light 1869 Memorial 233/241

TAYLOR, Henry Edward storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1871 Application 11183

TAYLOR, HE storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1872 Memorial 26/261

TAYLOR, Henry Edward postmaster Hamilton on the Light 1875 Memorial 126/282

No 1

TAYLOR, Henry Oswald formerly of Gilberton but now warehouseman Adelaide 1896 Memorial 89/427

TAYLOR, Henry Oswald formerly of Broken Hill but now warehouseman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 113/448

No 1

TAYLOR, Israel storekeeper Laura 1887 Memorial 9/389

TAYLOR, Israel JP storekeeper Laura 1891[-1896] Memorial 59/408

TAYLOR, Israel grain merchant Morphett St, Adelaide, possibly linked with Stephen Taylor of Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1911 Application 25936

No 1

TAYLOR, Herbert Henry licensed victualler Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Saltash (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 241 County Not named

TAYLOR, Herbert Henry licensed victualler Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Mingary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 267 County Not named

No 1

TAYLOR, James carpenter Kooringa 1848[-1851] Memorial 492/82

No 2

TAYLOR, James storekeeper Kooringa 1850 Memorial 279/20

TAYLOR, James innkeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1851[-1854] Memorial 246/30

TAYLOR, James publican Aberdeen an insolvent Feb 1852 Memorial 455/41

TAYLOR, James farmer Leasingham 1860[-1862] Memorial 156/168

TAYLOR, James gentleman formerly of Aberdeen but now of Leasingham 1862 Memorial 388/186

No 3

TAYLOR, James blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1851[-1876] Memorial 128/34

TAYLOR, James ship owner Yorke Peninsula 1877 Memorial 85/301

No 4

TAYLOR, James blacksmith Queenstown 1865[-1868] Memorial 277/205

No 5

TAYLOR, James yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 363/43

No 6

TAYLOR, James stonemason Pt Adelaide; father of Margaret Taylor spinster Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 222/88

TAYLOR, Margaret spinster 22 school mistress North Fitzroy Vic (Born in Orkney Scotland, the daughter of James Taylor mason now of Pt Adelaide and Jane MORWICK) married Peter MILLER 22 teacher Hotham St, East Melbourne Vic (Born Orkneys, Scotland, the son of Peter Miller labourer and Jane SPENCER) on 29/9/1865 North Fitzroy. Minister: James CALDWELL Presbyterian minister. By 1887, the Peter Millers were living at Steiglitz in Vic Application 24798

No 7

TAYLOR, James farmer Hope Valley 1854 Memorial 292/62

No 8

TAYLOR, James stockowner Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 36/65

TAYLOR, James farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Upper Wakefield District Councillor 1856 Memorial 375/96

TAYLOR, James farmer Watervale 1857 Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

No 9

TAYLOR, James farmer White Peg Gully Hundred of Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 107/102

TAYLOR, James farmer near Woodchester 1863 Application 4360

TAYLOR, James farmer Red Creek 1880 Memorial 9/327

TAYLOR, James farmer Red Creek 1880 Application 18282

TAYLOR, James gentleman Strathalbyn, died 12/9/1902. Father of Benjamin Taylor farmer Red Creek near Woodchester on the Bremer Memorial 50/447

No 10

TAYLOR, James flourmiller Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

TAYLOR, James accountant Mt Barker, died 10/3/1864, of consumption, aged 36 Application 20190

No 11

TAYLOR, James farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 345 County Gawler

No 12

TAYLOR, James farmer Pt Vincent 1885 Memorial 135/364

No 13

TAYLOR, James farmer Hundred of Ramsay Co Fergusson linked with Jane Chapman Taylor of the same place 1887 Memorial 238/384

TAYLOR, James Adamson, John Francis MAHONEY and Frederick WILLIS merchants Adelaide took out a lease for ten years from AM Bickford & Sons of the 'easternmost of the three warehouses now in course of erection on TA 110 facing Currie St' at £450 a year for the first four years and £500 a year for the remainder of the lease from 1879 Memorial 9/313

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, James Banfield (sometimes known as James Taylor) stockowner Leasingham 1857[-1860] Perhaps linked with William Clare Taylor of King William St, Adelaide Memorials 100 & 111/118

TAYLOR, James Banfield farmer Leasingham 1861 Application 2370

TAYLOR, James Banfield gentleman Manoora on the Gilbert 1864[-1865] Memorial 7/194

TAYLOR, James Banfield farmer Manoora near Auburn 1865[-1866] Memorial 202/205

TAYLOR, James Banfield the Younger butcher Auburn 1867[-1868] Memorial 205/220

TAYLOR, James Banfield brewer Auburn, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 200/221

TAYLOR, James Banfield brewer Auburn, became a bankrupt in 1869. Linked with William Taylor storekeeper Auburn Memorial 66/237

TAYLOR, James Banfield the Elder butcher Auburn 1876 Application 15452

TAYLOR, James Banfield the Younger farmer Auburn 1877[-1885] Memorial 70/297, Application 20571

TAYLOR, James Edward farmer Tintinara. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

TAYLOR, James Francis yeoman Mt Barker 1853[-1854] Memorial 114/54

TAYLOR, James Jackson yeoman Kooringa 1849 Application 18071

No 1

TAYLOR, James Noblett warehouseman Adelaide 1867[-1887] Memorial 152/224

TAYLOR, James Noblett gentleman Park St, Hyde Park 1886 Application 21047

TAYLOR, James Noblett merchant Unley 1909 Memorial 4/461

TAYLOR, James Trist gentleman Adelaide (North Tce) 1857 Memorial 161/131

No 1

TAYLOR, Job labourer Willunga 1852 Memorial 430/45

TAYLOR, Job formerly labourer Willunga but now out of business Parkside 1901 Application 24154

No 1

TAYLOR, John fellmonger Thebarton 1851[-1860] Memorial 335/35, Application 867

TAYLOR, John gentleman Thebarton 1852 Memorial 42/39

TAYLOR, John wool dresser Thebarton 1852[-1853] Memorial 258/41

TAYLOR, John gentleman Thebarton, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/8/1852. He created another attorneyship on 15/4/1854 Deposit 267/OA

TAYLOR, John gentleman Thebarton 1854[-1873] Memorial 436/65

TAYLOR, John fellmonger currier Thebarton, in business with John Temple SAGAR, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to his son Joseph Taylor, and Talbot Baines BRUCE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/12/1860 Deposit 117/1861

TAYLOR, John partner in a mercantile firm Adelaide, about to depart the province for some considerable time, power of attorney to Edward STIRLING Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/11/1861 Deposit 28/1862

TAYLOR, John currier Thebarton 1861 Application 2538

TAYLOR, John formerly of Thebarton but now in parts beyond the seas 1855 Memorial 87/93

TAYLOR, John and Joseph fellmongers Thebarton 1863 Memorial 107/191

TAYLOR, John gentleman Thebarton linked with Joseph Taylor woolstapler Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 158/281

TAYLOR, John gentleman Thebarton, died 23/5/1876, He left real estate at Hindmarsh and in the Hundred of Waterhouse under various conditions to his sons, Joseph Taylor, Benjamin Taylor, and William Haigh Taylor amd his grandson, Thomas Stockdale. £7,000 trust funds for J Taylor's unnamed widow (while she remained his widow) and his daughter, Sarah STOCKDALE, for life, then to his residual estate or to his Stockdale grandchildren Memorial 38/291

No 2

TAYLOR, John Esquire Ryelands Light River 1850 Memorial 67/106

TAYLOR, John Esquire Ryelands near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 14/51

TAYLOR, John stockowner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 249/95

TAYLOR, John Esquire Urrbrae 1858 Memorial 100/141

taylOR, John Esquire Ryelands and Edward STIRLING MLC Esquire Urrbrae, about to leave SA for some time, power of attorney to Sir William MILNE, and failing him, John Bristow HUGHES Esquire Mt Lofty near Adelaide, to attend to their SA business affairs 24/12/1864 Deposit 45/1865

TAYLOR, John Esquire Ryelands Co Light, died 3/3/1865 Southampton, Hants, England. Estate worth £65,000. Trustees to invest £5,000 to give his wife Harriet Agnes Taylor, an annual income of £600; if she remarried, then an income of £300. £5,000 to be invested in trust for his sister, Mary Anne DUBOIS, wife of Emile Dubois of Lessnau?? near Bordeaux, France, for life, and after her death, to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. £700 invested in trust for the benefit of Charlotte Hudson STEPHENS, widow of Samuel Stephens, for life, to the sum of £40; the rest of the interest and the principle to return to the estate after her death. £1,000 invested in similar fashion for Mary Ann YOUNG, now living with Mrs FREASON of Kent Town, daughter of James Young of Melbourne Vic, until her marriage, when she gets £500 cash. £250 of this £1,000 to go to Henry Young, now living with Mr GUESDON of Freeling; a similar amount to go to Charles Young, living with the Guesdons at Freeling. £1,000 to Jane Chapman TAYLOR wife of JJ Taylor of Adelaide for her own use absolutely. Another £1,000 in trust to keep her son, Alexander Mount Chapman Taylor, until he becomes 21 and inherits the full amount absolutely in remainder expectant. £300 for Catherine Spence ‘in testimony of my regard for her character’. £500 to his brother-in-law Edward STIRLING ‘in testimony of my strong esteem and affection for him’. £500 for Francis CADELL Esquire of New Zealand ‘to mark my sense of his steady friendship for me at all times’. £250 to William Loose BEARE of Bungaree, near Clare. £1,000 to each of the children of his sister Mary Ann Dubois absolutely. All his real estate except Ryelands near Kapunda, to be sold. A trust fund to be set up for his own children to inherit the amount equally absolutely in remainder expectant after they have all reached the age of 21. Ryelands and a trust fund of £5,000 to go to his eldest son. No children named. If no son of the testator survived, his nephew, Theodore Lancelot Dubois to inherit Ryelands. If the nephew did not accept the estate, then the land to go to the testator’s nephew, John Lancelot STIRLING, provided he paid any mortgages etc. If JL Stirling did not want Ryelands, the property to be sold, and the money held in trust. The widow to get 2 fifths of the income during her lifetime or widowhood. After that, the testator's sisters Eliza TAYLOR, Harriet STIRLING and Mary Ann DUBOIS, to inherit the fund absolutely in equal shares in remainder expectant. The trustees to be guardians of any children. Trustees - Sir William MILNE Esquire Sunnyside near Adelaide, Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Adelaide, the Hon Edward STIRLING Esquire Urrbrae, and Alexander Lang ELDER Esquire Gracechurch St, London, England Enrolment 44/46

No 3

TAYLOR, John stockholder Adelaide 1864. He leased land at Gumeracha from the Hannaford family Application 4822

No 4

TAYLOR, John blacksmith Hectorville 1868 Memorial 100/231

TAYLOR, John blacksmith Hectorville and Maria Taylor his wife 1875 Memorial 189/280, Application 14798

No 5

TAYLOR, John storekeeper Tarlee 1873 Memorial 166/266

No 6

TAYLOR, John farmer Penfield 1887 Application 21224

No 7 – perhaps the same person

TAYLOR, John farmer Brucefield 1891 Memorial 29/412

TAYLOR, John farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1905[-1906] Grant Book 14 Page 219 County Daly

No 8

TAYLOR, John farmer Sandergrove 1896 Memorial 130/429

TAYLOR, John farmer formerly of Sandergrove but now of Strathalbyn 1906 Memorial 131/455

No 1

TAYLOR, John Charles Marshall gentleman Purbrook near Dorking, Surrey, England, and of New College, Oxford, turned 21 on 23/9/1886. He inherited Ryelands, his father John Taylor's estate between Kapunda and Tarlee Memorials 75 & 206/383

TAYLOR, John Charles Marshall Esquire Roke Manor, Romsay, Hants, England son of Harriet Agnes KNIGHT nee MACDERMOTT widow Roke Manor Romsay formerly widow of the late John Taylor of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 154/392 FIND - NAME

TAYLOR, John Charles Marshall Esquire Burbrook, near Dorking, Surrey, England, born 23/9/1865, after his father, John Taylor, of Ryelands SA, died. He came of age on 23/9/1886, and appointed Peregrine Farquhar Gordon McRAE bank manager Adelaide, his attorney, to manage the SA estate he had inherited from his father. AL ELDER had died in the meantime. By 11/1/1888, JCM Taylor had shifted to Roke Manor, Romsey, Hants, England, where he was living with his mother, Harriet Agnes KNIGHT formerly Taylor, who had remarried and again been widowed Deposits 179/1886, 60/1888

TAYLOR, John Cuthbert merchant Gawler 1946 Memorial 181/520

No 1

TAYLOR, John Elim farmer Peachey Belt near Penfield, inherited land in the Hundred of Munno Para, under the terms of his unnamed father’s will 1882 Application 19151

TAYLOR, John Elim farmer Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

TAYLOR, John Elim and Samuel James farmers Virginia 1920. Gawler River Methodist Church trustee Memorial 93/515

TAYLOR, John Percival farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

TAYLOR, John Thomas Edward land agent Aberdeen 1851 then Kooringa 1851 Memorials 20/33 & 98/43 Land agent Auburn 1854 Memorial 36/65

No 1

TAYLOR, John William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 123/185

No 2

TAYLOR, John William farmer Yacka 1882 Application 19099

TAYLOR, John William farmer Maitland 1882[-1883] linked with George Frederick Taylor the Elder no description Memorial 14/348

No 1

TAYLOR, Joseph yeoman Brompton 1850[-1858] Memorial 437/25

TAYLOR, Joseph shoemaker Brompton 1854 Memorial 429/64

No 2

TAYLOR, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 240/128

TAYLOR, Joseph [formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now] chimney sweeper Adelaide 1861 Application 2454.

No 3

TAYLOR, Joseph woolstapler Thebarton about to marry Sarah Sturt MILTON spinster Adelaide daughter of James Milton gentleman Adelaide [Excellent list of house furnishings mentioned in a pre-nuptual agreement] 1863 Memorial 253/190

TAYLOR, Joseph, Taylor, Benjamin and Taylor, William Haigh tanners and wool staplers, trading as Taylor Brothers of Hindmarsh 1875 Application 14333

TAYLOR, Joseph fellmonger Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15364

No 4

TAYLOR, Joseph labourer East Auburn 1883 Application 19663

No 5

TAYLOR, Joseph carpenter Marion Road 1892 Application 22211

TAYLOR, L saleswoman Goolwa 1953 Memorial 136/528

TAYLOR, Leonard farmer Ardrossan 1883 Memorial 85/351

TAYLOR, Martha Brown widow Redruth near Kooringa, died 20/5/1923. Mother of Robert James Taylor. Executors; William Evan HODGE formerly commission agent but now sheepfarmer Kooringa and Charles L HILL railway officer 30 Fisher Tce, Mile End Memorial 109/488

No 1

TAYLOR, Matilda Harriett spinster Adelaide 1858 Memorial 188/147

TAYLOR, Matilda Harriett spinster at present of Adelaide but about to depart therefrom 1860 Memorial 13/195

TAYLOR, Matilda Harriett at present of Adelaide, but about to depart therefrom, power of attorney to Francis Joseph BOTTING auctioneer Adelaide, to sell her property on South Tce, Adelaide, and manage her SA business affairs 6/8/1860 Deposit 146/1864

TAYLOR, Matilda Harriett spinster formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 126/193

TAYLOR, Matthew Topham farmer Willunga 1862 Memorial 265/182

TAYLOR, Maurice Willoughby registered bookmaker Kingston S-E 1936 Application 28042

TAYLOR, Peter general dealer Bowden 1854[-1855] Memorial 21/70

No 1

TAYLOR, Peter Dungey and Robert Christie Taylor farmers Garden Creek near One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1909 Memorial 222/460

TAYLOR, Peter Dungey farmer Smithfield, died 14/8/1953. Husband of Emily Jean Taylor. Father of Vida Jean BOWEY, Mavis Lillian TWELFTREE, Marjorie Isma RAYNER, Emily Velma Taylor and Yvonne Glory LINES, Robert Vivian Taylor Memorial 109/531

TAYLOR, Peter Errol Roy farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1931 Memorial 179/504

TAYLOR, Phillip S farmer Baldry 1877 Application 15781

No 1

TAYLOR, Philip Thomas grocer Mitcham 1868 Application 9335

TAYLOR, Philip Thomas clerk Mitcham Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

TAYLOR, Philip Thomas gentleman Mitcham Co Adelaide. Maitland township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 477 County Fergusson

TAYLOR, Philip Thomas farmer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

TAYLOR, Philip Thomas farmer Baldry Dublin township allotment land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

TAYLOR, Reginald machine operator 28 Abbott St, Salisbury, aged 47 years in 1970, declared that when he was a lad of 10, he used Allotment 54 beside his parents' home at Birkenhead as a place for keeping his horse. From 1932, when he was 10 years old, R Taylor built a boat in partnership with his father, upon the land. In 1937, he began storing his motor car on the site and also to repair motor cycles and other engines. Between 1953-1957, he ran a scrap metal business on the site. The allotment had formerly belonged to R Taylor's grandmother, Elizabeth Jones. She understood that it had belonged to a man who returned to England and could not be traced, probably James FULTON of Fletcher Rd, Birkenhead, living there in 1905, but no record of him after that date Application 29770

No 1

TAYLOR, Richard malster Hindmarsh 1853[-1854] Memorial 2/61

No 2

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1866] Memorial 439/52

TAYLOR, Richard farmer near Strathalbyn 1878 Application 16688

No 3

TAYLOR, Richard and Thomas HENRY farmers Sandy Creek 1859 Application 221.

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Sandy Creek 1887 Application 21134.

No 4

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Application 1597.

No 5

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Morphett Vale linked with Thomas Taylor farmer Reedbeds 1877[-1880] Memorial 48/317

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Thrush Grove Morphett Vale 1888 Memorial 16/391

TAYLOR, Richard sheep farmer Morphett Vale 1913 Application 26219

No 6

TAYLOR, Richard farmer Peachey Belt Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

TAYLOR, Richard Henry schoolmaster Auburn 1867[-1868] Memorial 103/221 Secretary to the Auburn Branch of the National Building Society Auburn 1868 Memorial 102/231

No 1

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Hundred of Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 326/67

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 264/80

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 22/197

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn and Elizabeth Taylor his wife 1865 Application 6817

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 10/2/1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Taylor absolutely Memorial 138/242

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 10/2/1866. Estate worth £190. He left the whole of his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Taylor absolutely Application 28006

TAYLOR, Elizabeth widow Long Valley near Strathalbyn relict of the late Robert Taylor formerly farmer Long Valley but now deceased 1869[-1878] Memorial 186/242

TAYLOR, Elizabeth widow formerly of Long Valley but now of Strathalbyn 1889 relict of the late Robert Taylor farmer Long Valley, who died 10/2/1866 Memorial 182/98

No 3 - perhaps the same person

TAYLOR, Robert the Younger farmer Rhynie 1867 Application 8467.

TAYLOR, Robert the Younger farmer Yanyarrie 1882[-1888] Memorial 94/341

No 4

TAYLOR, Robert licensed victualler Springs Hotel Rhynie 1875 Memorial 41/282

TAYLOR, Robert licensed victualler Mintaro [Devonshire] 1877 Memorial 239/297

TAYLOR, Robert licensed victualler formerly of Mintaro but now of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 114/386

No 5

TAYLOR, Robert gardener Payneham 1879[-1883] Memorial 148/315

TAYLOR, Robert formerly gardener but now out of business Payneham 1916 Memorial 80/474

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

TAYLOR, Robert District Council Clerk Payneham 1896 Application 23062.

TAYLOR, Robert district clerk Payneham 1902 Memorial 96/445
No 7

TAYLOR, Robert farmer Brucefield 1889 Memorial 227/395

No 8

TAYLOR, Robert commercial traveller Mitcham. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1890 Memorial 76/405

TAYLOR, Robert Charles of Kintore St, Mile End, aged 76 in 1926, declared that he used to work for the late George LAUGHTON auctioneer Adelaide from 1871 until his death in 1908 Application 27507

TAYLOR, Robert Christie and TAYLOR, Peter Dungey farmers One Tree Hill 1910 Application 25840.

TAYLOR, Robert Henry restauranteur Adelaide (Hindley St) 1878[-1892] Memorial 25/312

TAYLOR, Robert Herbert George dental surgeon 39 Godfrey Tce, Leabrook 1950[-1951] Memorial 67/525, Application 28816

TAYLOR, Robert Young civil servant Rugby 1902 Memorial 96/445

TAYLOR, Roland farmer Mundoora 1891 Memorial 58/409

No 1

TAYLOR, Samuel tailor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 78/30

No 2

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer of the Torrens River [Syleham] near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 141/56

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Klemzig. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1853[-1854] Grant Book 1 Page 26 County Adelaide

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Klemzig 1854[-1856] Memorial 279/72

TAYLOR, Samuel formerly farmer Klemzig but now farmer and innkeeper Glen Osmond 1859 Memorial 200/155

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Mt Barker Road near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 49/75

TAYLOR, Samuel licensed victualler Frewville 1858 Memorial 16/136

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer formerly of the Mt Barker Road near Adelaide 1854 but now of Yankalilla 1865 Application 5988

No 4 - likely to be a continuation of No 3

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Rapid Bay 1869 Memorial 200/236

TAYLOR, Samuel and Stephen farmers Rapid Bay, became bankrupts in 1869 Memorial 131/240

No 5

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 234/183

TAYLOR, Samuel the Younger farmer [formerly of Lake View Farm near Pt Elliot] but now of Horsham Vic 1880 Memorial 127/323

No 6

TAYLOR, Samuel shipwright Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 18989

No 7

TAYLOR, Samuel licensed victualler Adelaide (Pt TA 461 Queen's Arms Hotel Brown St) 1884 Memorial 216/360

No 8

TAYLOR, Samuel farmer Maslin Creek near Strathalbyn Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1882 Grant Book 36 Page 251 County Hindmarsh

No 1

TAYLOR, Samuel James farmer Virginia 1909 Memorial 61/462

TAYLOR, Samuel James out of business Virginia, aged 88 in 1951, declared that he had lived most of his life in the Virginia district Application 28822

TAYLOR, Samuel James Newton farmer Boggy Flat via Morgan 1913 Memorial 156/468

TAYLOR, Sarah Sturt widow Hindmarsh 1877[-1900] Memorial 56/303

TAYLOR, Septimus the Younger clerk Auburn 1871 Memorial 119/253

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, Stephen stonemason Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 82/113

TAYLOR, Stephen builder Norwood 1864 Memorial 24/196

TAYLOR, Stephen builder Beulah Road, Norwood and Mary Taylor his wife 1869[-1872] Memorial 51/242

TAYLOR, Stephen builder Norwood 1876[-1920] Memorial 167/293, Application 15729

TAYLOR, Theresa married woman 22 Wells St, Birkenhead, aged 72 years in 1970, declared that she had lived in Birkenhead for 45 years Application 29770

No 1

TAYLOR, Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1840[-1845] Memorial 286/8

TAYLOR, Thomas solicitor Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1841[-1844] Memorial 128/342

TAYLOR, Thomas the Younger solicitor Adelaide, died 11/10/1846 intestate and without heirs. Thomas Taylor the Elder married 28/12/1800 St Andrew’s parish church, Plymouth, to Mary MARTIN, who died Sept 1827. Their only son, Thomas Taylor the Younger, was born 4/3/1807, and emigrated to SA in March 1839. Thomas Taylor the Elder gentleman Plymouth, Devon, England, power of attorney to William WYATT surgeon Adelaide, to sell the real and personal estate of his son, Thomas Taylor the Younger 20/8/1849 Deposit 57/1861

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TAYLOR, Thomas Esquire Sturt River 1848 Memorial 264/13

TAYLOR, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1849[-1854] Memorial 124/16

TAYLOR, Thomas the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died 1872. His widow, Sarah Taylor, to have the right to live in their Morphett Vale farm house for life and have the income from his estate (apart from personal estate willed to specific people at the time of the testator's death). His son Richard Taylor farmer Reedbeds to be the executor of the will and the guardian of Thomas Taylor's son, Charles Louis Taylor. Children of the testator included - Maria Ann Taylor, Charles Louis Taylor, Thomas Taylor the Younger and Richard Taylor. After Sarah Taylor died, the Malyon's Hotel on the Murray River, together with all the stock in trade, implements and cattle and horses, to go to Thomas Taylor the Younger. All the other real estate, including the Morphett Vale farm (with growing crops and wine tanks), to go to son Richard Taylor, provided he pay out the testator's third son, Charles Louis Taylor. The rest of the estate to to to the testator's children equally in remainder expectant absolutely. Joseph PECK and Fanny Maria SHADGETT witnessed the will Memorial 155/258

TAYLOR, Thomas the Elder died 11/3/1872. Possibly his sons - Richard Taylor farmer Morphett Vale and Thomas Taylor the Younger farmer Reedbeds and Mary Taylor his wife Memorial 48/317

TAYLOR, Thomas gentleman The Reedbeds 1887 Memorial 89/388

No 3

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon Kensington 1850[-1863] Memorial 244/22 He leased his home for 7 years at £69/4/- a year to Bishop SHORT Sept 1850 Memorial 393/25

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon Kensington and Corio Cottage Goolwa 1868 Memorial 147/231

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon Kensington 1868 Memorial 53/236

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon Kensington and Corio Cottage Goolwa, about to visit England on a visit, power of attorney to James Penn BOUCAUT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/12/1868 Deposit 84/1870

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon formerly of Kensington but now of Stokefield near Malvern, Co Worcester, England 1869 Memorial 17/243

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon formerly of Kensington but now of Taunton, Somerset, England 1874[-1879] Memorial 237/304

TAYLOR, Thomas gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England 1888 Memorial 250/391

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon formerly of Kensington and Corio Cottage, Goolwa but now of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England 1892 Memorial 108/414

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon formerly of Taunton, Somerset, England, but now of Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset 1894. He lent money on mortgage on real estate in SA Application 22716

TAYLOR, Thomas surgeon Weston Super Mare, died 9/8/1904. Emma Martha Taylor widow Lyndale, Severn Road, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, England, power of attorney to Arthur Young HARVEY accountant Adelaide, to transfer shares and mortgages invested in SA companies and real estate, which her late husband held in SA Deposit 44/1905

TAYLOR, Emma Martha widow Lyndale Severn Road, Weston- Super-Mare, Somerset, England relict of the late Thomas Taylor formerly surgeon Weston-Super-Mare now deceased 1905 Memorial 149/453

TAYLOR, Emma Martha widow Lyndale Severn Road, Weston- Super-Mare, Somerset, England relict of the late Thomas Taylor formerly surgeon Weston-Super-Mare now deceased 1905 Memorial 149/453

No 4

TAYLOR, Thomas grocer Alberton 1853[-1854] Memorial 500/56

No 5

TAYLOR, Thomas formerly farmer but now Customs House officer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 88/70

TAYLOR, Thomas comptroller of customs Goolwa 1861 Memorial 62/172

TAYLOR, Thomas customs officer Goolwa 1863 Memorial 84/190

TAYLOR, Thomas sub-collector of customs Goolwa 1866 Application 7648

TAYLOR, Thomas gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide 1854 but now of Victor Harbor 1877 Application 15876

TAYLOR, Thomas customs officer Pt Victor 1881 Memorial 218/331

TAYLOR, Thomas rate collector Pt Victor 1887 Memorial 66/383

TAYLOR, Thomas gentleman formerly of Pt Victor but now of Pt Adelaide 1902 Memorial 100/445

No 6

TAYLOR, Thomas of Kent Town 1856 Memorial 345/109

TAYLOR, Thomas bricklayer formerly of Kent Town but now of Sandhurst Vic 1862 Memorial 5/186

No 7

TAYLOR, Thomas cabinetmaker Stepney 1857 Memorial 248/114

No 8

TAYLOR, Thomas stockholder Avenue Range 1861 Memorial 313/173

No 9

TAYLOR, Thomas of Willunga linked with William Henry Taylor of Wirrabara 1868 Memorial 142/235

No 10

TAYLOR, Thomas of Dry Creek Chief Guard at the Stockade 1881[-1884] Memorial 77/334

No 11

TAYLOR, Thomas blacksmith Terowie 1913 Memorial 196/468

No 12

TAYLOR, Thomas and Charles John farmers Tothill Creek 1946 Application 28443

TAYLOR, Thomas Henry and Richard farmers Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 90/66

No 1

TAYLOR, Thomas John sheep station overseer Wirrabara 1867 Memorial 50/219

No 2

TAYLOR, Thomas John gentleman Willunga linked with William Henry Taylor gentleman Netley Darling River NSW 1878 Memorial 208/310

TAYLOR, Thomas John gentleman Glenwood near Willunga. died 3/1/1886. Brother to Elizabeth Taylor spinster Glenwood. Brother of Rosanna HILL widow Glenwood relict of the late William P Hill formerly surgeon but now deceased. Uncle to Annie Louisa Hill. Elizabeth Taylor died 29/9/1913. Rosanna Hill died 6/7/1918. Annie Louisa Hill died 26/9/1929 Memorial 112/410 & RPA Search 2210

TAYLOR, Thomas John gentleman Glenwood near Willunga, died 3/1/1886. He left all his real estate to his sister, Elizabeth Taylor spinster Glenwood, provided she pay his debts and give his niece Annie Louisa HILL, daughter of TJ Taylor’s sister, Rosanna HILL widow Glenwood, £52 a year. All the women to have equal rights in living at Glenwood Deposit 81/1891

TAYLOR, Thomas William gentleman Alberton 1854 Memorial 225/75

TAYLOR, Thomas W solicitor Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 249/240

TAYLOR, Trevor Roy solicitor Adelaide presently serving with the AIF 1944 Memorial 31/518

TAYLOR, Wilford George farmer Virginia, aged 60 in 1954 , declared that he had lived in the area all his life. Virgina Institute trustee Application 29083

No 1 - William Taylor the Younger

TAYLOR, William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1850[-1882] Memorial 1/26, Application 19146

TAYLOR, William the Younger shipwright Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 243/99

TAYLOR, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 134/226

TAYLOR, William foreman of HM Dockyard Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14187

TAYLOR, William the Younger foreman of HM Dockyard Pt Adelaide and Margaret Taylor his wife 1876 Application 15349

TAYLOR, William formerly carpenter 1867 but now Naval architect & foreman of HM Dockyard Pt Adelaide 1876 Applications 15012 & 15024

TAYLOR, William shipwright Pt Adelaide, died c1884. Estate worth £7,300. Husband of Margaret Taylor Memorial 93/442

TAYLOR, William shipwright Pt Adelaide, died 17/4/1884 Memorial 181/459

TAYLOR, William shipbuilder Birkenhead trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, died 17/4/1884, of malignant bladder disease, aged 63. Friend of Emily E CHALLEN of Mitcham. Application 20393

TAYLOR, William shipwright Pt Adelaide at least between 1865 and his death in 1884. He owned Lot 5 Pt Adelaide, which faced the Port River and backed onto a water lane 1908 Application 25501

No 2

TAYLOR, William blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 245/75

No 3

TAYLOR, William shoemaker Pt Adelaide c1867 had the following children - Jean WALSH wife of John Walsh, John Taylor, William Skea Taylor, and Margaret MAIN wife of George Main. William Skea HUBERT appears to have been a relative Application 21840

No 4 - William Taylor the Elder

TAYLOR, William the Elder farmer Pt Adelaide, died 28/10/1867, of head cancer, aged 72. Father of William Taylor the Younger Foreman of HM Dockyard Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14186

TAYLOR, William the Elder shoemaker Pt Adelaide, died 27/10/1867. Estate worth £20. To his wife, Jean Amand Taylor in trust for life. Then half the estate to his eldest daughter, Mary Taylor HUBERT absolutely; others to inherit absolutely included Jean Taylor WALSH, Elizabeth Taylor Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor MAIN. Eldest son, William Taylor the Younger, to be the executor Enrolment 47/52 FIND - check death date

No 5

TAYLOR, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 177/134

TAYLOR, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1861 Memorial 122/178

TAYLOR, William labourer Pt Adelaide, died 12/5/1870 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Taylor, to settle his £200 estate Memorial 169/387

No 6

TAYLOR, William carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 226/38

TAYLOR, William carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Castlemaine Vic 1856 Memorial 158/107

TAYLOR, William carpenter formerly of Adelaide, but now of Castlemaine Vic, power of attorney to Jacob ABBOTT schoolmaster Unley, to sell real estate in Adelaide 28/7/1856 Deposit 420/1856

No 7

TAYLOR, William sheep farmer Guichen Bay 1854 Memorial 442/76

No 9

TAYLOR, William labourer Angaston 1856 Memorial 335/98

TAYLOR, William of Angaston 1857 Memorial 56/123

TAYLOR, William gentleman formerly of Woodford Farm near Angaston but now of parts beyond the sea 1869 Application 10289

No 10

TAYLOR, William storekeeper Auburn 1865[-1884] Memorial 271/207, Application 14562

TAYLOR, William storekeeper Auburn 1885 Application 20563

TAYLOR, William formerly storekeeper Auburn but now of Norwood 1887 Application 21150

No 11

TAYLOR, William draper Adelaide 1876 Memorial 39/291

No 12 - perhaps linked by family ties

TAYLOR, William publican Hookina. Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

TAYLOR, William publican Hookina 1874[-1876] Memorial 32/279

TAYLOR, William publican Hookina. Trustee Cemetery Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

TAYLOR, W hotelkeeper Hookina 1885 Memorial 169/369

TAYLOR, William licensed victualler Pt Augusta 1878[-1880] Memorial 84/326

No 13

TAYLOR, William publican Pt Augusta 1882 Application 19026

No 14

TAYLOR, William farmer Morchard 1885 Memorial 160/371

No 15

TAYLOR, William blocker Booborowie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Booborowie Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

TAYLOR, William labourer Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

No 16

TAYLOR, William merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

TAYLOR, William merchant North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1910 Memorial 201/462

No 17

TAYLOR, William farmer Keith 1920 Memorial 197/480

No 18

TAYLOR, William out of business formerly of Wooltana but now of Kooringa 1926 Memorial 168/495

TAYLOR, William Alexander lifter Bowden 1910 Application 25769

No 1

TAYLOR, William Charles printer Adelaide (Angas St) Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 487 County Fergusson

TAYLOR, William Charles compositor Adelaide 1881[-1883] Memorial 232/332, Application 19714

No 2

TAYLOR, William Charles bookmaker Pt Lincoln and Emily Constance Maude Trevithick Taylor his wife 1935 Memorial 1/509

No 1

TAYLOR, William Clare of Gresham St, Adelaide 1856 Memorial 235/98

TAYLOR, William Clare of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1856[-1867] Memorials 261/101 & 189/219

TAYLOR, William Clare managing clerk for Messrs KNOX & THRUPP solicitors 92 King William St, Adelaide The firm were executors for the estate of Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1867 Application 8780

TAYLOR, William Clare gentleman 92 King William St, Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward Castres GWYNNE the Younger gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/1/1871 Deposit 162/1876

TAYLOR, William Clare gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 228/300

TAYLOR, William Clare of 92 King William St, Adelaide 1894 Memorial 33/421

No 1

TAYLOR, William Douglas pastoralist North Adelaide (Brougham Place). Trustee Somerset & Perth Cottages Inc Walkerville 1919 Memorial 136/478

TAYLOR, William Douglas gentleman North Adelaide 1925 Memorial 19/494

TAYLOR, William Douglas and TAYLOR, Alwyn Leslie timber merchants North Adelaide (Brougham Place) 1927 Application 27581

TAYLOR, William Geddes hotelkeeper Adelaide took out a 7-year lease of the Duke of Brunswick Hotel, Gilbert St, Adelaide, at £200 'or one peppercorn if demanded' a year from 1894. Lease renewed for another 7 years in 1901 apparently under the same conditions Memorials 189/419, 73/442

TAYLOR, William Gordon sharebroker Unley Park 1928 Memorial 97/500

No 1

TAYLOR, William Haigh, Benjamin and Joseph fellmongers at the Torrens Side Mills at Thebarton and Hindmarsh carrying on business under the style or firm of Taylor Bros, became bankrupts in 1876 Memorial 202/294

TAYLOR, William Haigh and Benjamin of Thebarton purchased Kangaroo Island pastoral leases near Murray's Lagoon from James R MURRAY of Kangaroo Island in 1880 Memorials 19-20/328

TAYLOR, William Haigh and Benjamin tanners Thebarton 1883 Memorial 5/352

TAYLOR, William Haigh wool stapler Hindmarsh 1888 Memorial 37/393

No 1

TAYLOR, William Henry farmer Guichen Bay 1855 Memorial 307/87

TAYLOR, William Henry sheep farmer Robe 1860 Memorial 19/171

TAYLOR, William Henry sheep farmer Biscuit Flat near Robe 1869 Memorial 55/241

TAYLOR, William Henry publican Guichen Bay Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 25 County Robe

TAYLOR, William Henry gentleman Robe 1893 Memorial 232/417

No 2

TAYLOR, William Henry of Wirrabara 1866 Memorial 142/235

TAYLOR, William Henry stockholder Wirrabara 1867 Memorial 105/223

TAYLOR, William Henry of Wirrabara Mt Remarkable 1867 Application 8470

TAYLOR, William Henry gentleman [formerly of Wirrabara but now of] Netley Darling River NSW linked with Thomas John Taylor gentleman Willunga 1878 Memorial 208/310

No 3

TAYLOR, William Henry commercial traveller Mitcham Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 575 County Frome

TAYLOR, William Henry storekeeper Wilmington Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

TAYLOR, William Henry storekeeper Wilmington and Hammond 1886[-1888] Memorial 56/374

No 1

TAYLOR, William Stephen carpenter Gawler 1857[-1868] Memorial 147/115

TAYLOR, William Stephen builder Gawler 1857[-1881] Memorial 153/130, Application 5179

No 1

TAYLOR, William Walter carpenter Pt Elliot 1857[-1858] Memorial 147/125

TAYLOR, William Walter carpenter Currency Creek 1860. He had to surrender his mortgaged farm land to YB HUTCHINSON, or become a bankrupt Application 1976

TAYTHAM, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 419/1

TAYSOM, James wheelwright Adelaide 1851 Memorial 478/33

No 1

TEAGLE, George brewer near Kapunda 1880[-1881] Memorial 215/320, Application 18876

TEAGLE, George farmer Kapunda 1882 Application 19208

TEAGLE, George brewer Kapunda 1891. Father of William Henry Teagle and George Thomas Teagle farmers Kapunda Application 22085

TEAGLE, George farmer Kapunda 1912 Application 26157

TEAGUE, Catherine widow Adelaide 1881 Memorial 86/335

No 1

TEAGUE, Charles labourer Littlehampton 1868 Memorial 135/235

TEAGUE, Charles labourer [formerly of Littlehampton but now of] near Caltowie 1877 Memorial 185/299

TEAGUE, Charles farmer Caltowie 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

TEAGUE, Charles farmer Orroroo 1884[-1886] Memorial 79/360

No 1

TEAGUE, Edward stone mason Littlehampton 1851 Memorial 51/34 Builder Littlehampton 1854 Memorial 13/77

TEAGUE, Edward stonecutter Stirling East 1880 Memorial 205/326

TEAGUE, Edward mason Stirling West 1882 Application 19335

TEAGUE, Edward mason Crafers 1882 Book 13 Page 262 County Dalhousie

TEAGUE, Susannah widow Stirling West relict of the late Edward Teague now deceased linked with James Henry Teague farmer Hundred of Gordon 1884 Memorial 89/356

No 1

TEAGUE, Hugh Henwood Wesleyan Methodist minister Pt Pirie 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

TEAGUE, Hugh Henwood Wesleyan Methodist minister Unley President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1900 Memorial 147/440 

No 1 - probably the same person

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

TEAGUE, James carrier Stirling East Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 190 County Victoria

TEAGUE, James Henry farmer Gordon township Co Newcastle linked with the estate of the late Edward Teague no description Memorial 89/356 FIND DATE

TEAGUE, James Henry of the Hundred of Oladdie Co Dalhousie 1885 Memorial 91/370

TEAGUE, James Henry farmer Hundred of Yalpara Co Dalhousie 1886 Memorial 244/379

TEAGUE, John Cornelius probably farmer Hundred of Yalpara 1896 Memorial 169/429

No 1

TEAGUE, Matthew labourer Adelaide 1849 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 25/47

TEAGUE, Matthew miner Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 105/23

TEAGUE, Matthew miner Springbank near Adelaide and Catherine Teague his wife, parents of Elizabeth HANNS wife of Henry Hanns of Adelaide and Sarah Jane Teague spinster 1857. When M Teague died on 15/3/1866, he, his wife and unmarried daughter were living in Adelaide again. The Hanns had become farmers at Mitcham by 1878 Memorials 67 & 68/306

No 1

TEAGUE, Thomas miner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 485/64

TEAGUE, Thomas [formerly miner Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler Plains 1857[-1863] Memorial 261/122

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TEAGUE, Thomas gentleman Roebuck St, West Adelaide 1899[-1903] died 20/5/1903. Husband of Agnes Teague. Father of Thomas Henry Teague farmer Pt Pirie (Youngest son). Estate worth £2,766 Memorial 114/449
TEAGUE, Thomas Henry farmer Pt Pirie 1907 Memorial 199/456

No 1

TEAGUE, William carpenter Mt Torrens 1855[-1862] Memorial 462/84, Application 2343

No 2

TEAGUE, William draper Clare 1867 Memorial 165/222

No 3

TEAGUE, William out of business Adelaide and Mary Teague his wife formerly Mary MCCABE (probably a widow) who had links with Joseph McCabe licensed victualler Adelaide 1881 Memorial 174/335

TEAGLE, George brewer near Kapunda 1880 Memorial 215/320

No 1

TEAKLE, Alexander bricklayer Adelaide 1838 Husband of Ann Teakle 1840 Application 19028

TEAKLE, Alexander labourer Hartley Vale Hundred of Talunga 1851 Memorial 189/54

TEAKLE, Alexander stonemason Hartley Vale Hundred of Talunga 1856 Memorial 427/100

TEAKLE, Alexander mason Cedar Creek, Gumeracha 1853[-1860] Memorial 386/60

TEAKLE, Alexander gardener Cedar Creek, Gumeracha, died 3/9/1872. He left his real estate to his wife, Ann Teakle, in trust for life, and then to his son, John Teakle, absolutely in remainder expectant . Mother and son to share the income equally during their lifetime. Following Ann Teakle's death, John Teakle to pay out his sisters - Jane Teakle, Sarah Teakle, Hannah Teakle and Ann Teakle (provided she does not marry William WISE when she would inherit nothing) Memorial 85/266

TEAKLE, Alexander farmer Gumeracha died c1873. His widow, Ann Teakle, died 23/4/1880 Cedar Creek, of old age weakness, aged 72. Daughter Jane TEAKLE 18 (she could not write) married Samuel MACNAMARA 24 blacksmith on 24/5/1849 Gawler Place Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: Daniel James DRAPER. Witnesses: William and Mary Ann WHEELER. Daughter Hannah Teakle 18 (she could not write) married Henry NORTH 24 gold digger on 30/3/1853 Kenton Valley Baptist Chapel. Minister: Henry Lewer TUCK. Witnesses: Samuel and Jane MCNAMARA. Ann Teakle 31 married William WISE 32 farmer Gumeracha, on 13/8/1872 William Wise residence Gaston Vale Gumeracha. Minister: Frederick FULLARD. Witnesses: John Teakle farmer Cedar Creek and Mary H Macnamara Cedar Creek. Sarah TEAKLE 38 married Francis Sellic NORSWORTHY 34 widower farmer Gumeracha (Father: Thomas Norsworthy) on 15/11/1877 Teakle residence Gumeracha. Minister: William T CARTER. Witnesses: William Wise and John Teakle farmers Gumeracha Application 23779

TEAKLE, Alex Sydney labourer Nairne 1920 Memorial 137/482

TEAKLE, Arthur Ronald farmer Harrogate, Harrogate Methodist Church trustee 1945 Application 28410

No 1

TEAKLE, David labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 22659

TEAKLE, David farmer Alberton 1846 Memorial 164/6

TEAKLE, David carrier Alberton 1850[-1854] Memorial 442/22

TEAKLE, David carter Findon 1852 Memorial 192/41

TEAKLE, David farmer formerly of Alberton but now of the Reedbeds 1852 Memorial 130/42

TEAKLE, David farmer Findon near the Port Road 1854 Memorial 182/72

TEAKLE, David farmer formerly of Findon but now of Noarlunga 1856[-1861] Memorial 235/102

TEAKLE, David farmer Noarlunga 1865[-1868] Memorial 8/202

TEAKLE, David family - Edward Teakle farmer Noarlunga, John Sanders Teakle farmer Gulnare South, Robert Sanders Teakle farmer Gulnare, George Henry Teakle farmer near Salisbury, Sarah Hannah WILLIAMS wife of Johnny Williams farmer near Oakbank, Thomas Teakle farmer Yanac Yanac Vic, Maria MUDGE wife of George Richard Mudge farmer Yarcowie and Mary Ann BRIDGEMAN wife of Jabez Bridgeman farmer Yacka near Georgetown 1897 Memorial 232/430

No 2

TEAKLE, David labourer Kensington 1853 Memorial 63/53

TEAKLE, David [formerly labourer Kensington but now] farmer Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 359/68

No 3

TEAKLE, David farmer Gulnare South 1881 Application 18484

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TEAKLE, Edward farmer Noarlunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

TEAKLE, Edward farmer Noarlunga 1880 Memorial 139/321

TEAKLE, Edward farmer Mt Barker 1907 Application 25362

TEAKLE, Edward farmer formerly of Mt Barker but now of Noarlunga 1907 Application 25362

No 1

TEAKLE, Enoch labourer Walkerville 1842 Memorial 253/48

TEAKLE, Enoch labourer Walkerville 1842 Application 24993

TEAKLE, Enoch labourer [formerly of Walkerville but now of] Adelaide 1845 Memorial 120/5

TEAKLE, Enoch storekeeper Adelaide 1848 Memorial 50/11

TEAKLE, Enoch storekeeper Hindmarsh 1847[-1854] Memorial 142/10

TEAKLE, Enoch formerly labourer Adelaide but now grocer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 186/12

No 1

TEAKLE, Ephraim storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 101/5 Grocer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 336/20

TEAKLE, Ephraim storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 17/34

TEAKLE, Ephraim storekeeper formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 289/107

TEAKLE, Ephraim formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide but now residing at Shortwood Horsley, Glos, England 1867 Memorial 237/229

TEAKLE, Ephraim formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide, but then in parts beyond the sea, had Anthony HALL Esquire Pt Adelaide as his local agent 1878 Application 17012

TEAKLE, Ephraim gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Adelaide Cottage Nailsworth, near Stroud, Glos, England. He had left SA in 1853, appointing Anthony HALL as his local attorney, who acted until his death; then his son, Anthony Paget Hall of Pt Adelaide, took over between 1880-1887 Application 18545

TEAKLE, Ephraim formerly storekeeper Pt Adelaide but now gentleman Adelaide House, Shortwood near Nailsworth, Glos, England 1892 Application 22332

TEAKLE, Ephraim gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Shortwood near Nailsworth, Glos, England, died 9/8/1894. Husband of Eliza Teakle, who was still at Shortwood in 1896. She sold her life interest in all her husband's real estate in Australia to two sets of relatives equally - appear to be a Teakle and a WILLIAMS family - for £37/10/- each Memorial 232/430

TEAKLE, Ephraim labourer Adelaide, bought land from James MOONEY labourer Adelaide in 1839. Later, as a storekeeper Pt Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Anthony HALL Esquire Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/11/1853. By 12/7/1856, E Teakle was living at Nailsworth, Glos, England, when he rented his shop to Job Gold MALIN baker Pt Adelaide. By 30/3/1867, Teakle had removed to Shortwood, Horsley, Glos, England. By 24/1/1881, he was still at Shortwood, and appointed Anthony Paget Hall merchant Pt Adelaide, his attorney to sell his SA real estate. By 26/3/1891, E Teakle gave his address as Adelaide House, Shortwood, near Nailsworth, Glos, when he appointed Lindsay Percy WINTERBOTHAM farmer Hindmarsh as his SA attorney Deposits 82/1854, 339/1858, 87/1881

TEAKLE, George William machinist Goodwood and Catherine Elizabeth Teakle his wife 1885 Memorial 200/370

TEAKLE, John farmer Kenton Valley 1898 Application 23518

No 1

TEAKLE, Robert Sanders farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

TEAKLE, Robert Sanders farmer Gulnare South Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1884 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

TEAKLE, Robert Sanders farmer Willow Plains trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

TEAKLE, Robert Sanders farmer Gulnare 1906 Application 25153

TEAKLE, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh 1848[-1854] Memorial 43/12

TEAKLE, Sidney labourer Woodside 1881 Memorial 222/338

TEAKLE, Thomas farmer Noarlunga 1876 Memorial 241/290

No 1

TEAKLE, William labourer Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 118/44

TEAKLE, William labourer formerly of Barton End, Horsley, Glos, England but now of Hindmarsh. Husband of Rosanna Teakle, Youngest child called Rosanna Teakle, who turned 18 on 10/3/1886 Memorials 73-75/376

TEAKLE, William labourer formerly of Barton End, Horsley,

Glos, England, but then of Hindmarsh, died 10/12/1880. He left his entire estate to his wife, Hosanna Teakle absolutely. Hosanna Teakle widow Hindmarsh, died 8/2/1882. She left her personal estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst her children. The real estate to remain in trust until her youngest child, Rosanna Teakle, turned 18. The trustees to sell the real estate and then distribute the money equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all her children. The estate worth £5. Hosanna Teakle could not write. Thomas SAUNDERS butcher Hindmarsh and John Thomas STROUD baker Bowden trustees for both wills - these men apparently close family friends Application 28159

TEAKLE, William Thomas farmer Harrogate, Harrogate Methodist Church trustee 1945 Application 28410

No 1

TEAR, Edward Primitive Methodist minister Mt Barker 1854 Application 20405

TEAR, Edward gentleman North Adelaide linked with land in Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 250/75

TEAR, Edward storekeeper Mt Barker 1870 Application 10724

TEAR, Philip Thomas blacksmith O’Halloran Hill married on 3/11/1885, Lucy Babelle KENIHAN daughter of Hugh Kenihan farmer Happy Valley and his wife, Isabella Kenihan (both deceased) Application 21662

No 1

TEAR, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 85/31 Labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 363/31

TEAR, Thomas miller Kensington 1853 Memorial 256/58 Yeoman Kensington 1853 Memorial 257/58

TEAR, Thomas farmer Norwood 1854[-1857] Memorial 363/73

TEAR, Thomas farmer Point Sturt 1857 Memorial 91/120

TEAR, Thomas farmer Point Sturt near Milang 1858 Memorial 81/136

TEAR, William stone mason Nailsworth 1856[-1857] Memorial 242/101

TEAR, William John blacksmith Morphett Vale 1894 Memorial 173/421

No 1

TEARLE, William shepherd Kooringa 1864 Memorial 264/197

TEARLE, William shepherd Canowie 1873 Memorial 159/272

No 1 - probably the same person

TEASDALE, George farmer Hundred of Anna 1877 Memorial 113/303

TEASDALE, George farmer Murray River 1877 Memorial 212/304

TEASDALE, John wheat agent Kapunda and Florence Mary Teasdale his wife 1910 Application 25851

No 1 - probably the same person

TEASDALE, William farmer Mt Crawford 1846 Memorial 85/6

TEASDALE, William farmer Truro 1853 Memorial 169/58

TEASDALE, William storekeeper Barton 1857 Memorial 57/121

TEESDALE, William stockholder Barton 1857[-1869] Memorial 220/120

TEASDALE, William farmer Wheal Barton 1858 Memorial 212/132

TEASDALE, William stockholder Truro 1860[-1863] Memorial 69/167

TEASDALE, William storekeeper Blanchetown 1866 Application 7667

TEASDALE, William formerly farmer Truro 1853 but now general dealer Blanchetown 1869 Application 10006

TEASDEL, Frederic linked with Sections 34 and 36 Hundred of Playford Co Jervois 1885 Memorial 244/370

TEATE, David police corporal Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 101/271

No 1

TECHRITZ, Carl Julius builder Lyndoch Valley 1860[-1861] Memorial 218/164

TECHRITZ, Carl Julius builder Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

TECHRITZ, George William builder Fisher St, Norwood, and Margaret Bridget Techritz his wife 1924 Application 27283

No 1

TEE, Michael farmer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 423/62

TEE, Michael farmer Main North Road near the Grand Junction Inn 1854 Memorial 395/76

TEE, Michael farmer Grand Junction Lower North Road 1855 Memorial 3/84

TEE, Walter farmer Harrogate 1885 Memorial 78/371

No 1

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga. She bought allotments adjoining the riverfront and made a new road called Mary Tce [apparently now part of Malpas St] 1903 Memorial 179/449 FIND REFERENCE

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga, died 13/2/1908 intestate. Estate No 1

No 1

TEDDY, Luke teamster Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1876[-1881] Grant Book 8 Page 26 County Burra

TEDDY, Luke farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grants 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

TEDDY, Luke gentleman Redruth 1882[-1899] Memorial 74/337

TEE, George miller Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 220/74

TEE, GR undertaker's assistant Glanville 1898 Application 23625

No 1

TEE, John farmer Parilla trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

TEE, John out of business Richmond Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

No 1

TEE, Michael farmer Pine Forest near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 423/62

TEE, Michael farmer Main North Road near the Grand Junction Inn 1854 Memorial 395/76

TEE, Michael farmer Grand Junction Lower North Road 1855 Memorial 3/84

TEE, Walter farmer Harrogate 1885 Memorial 78/371

No 1

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga. She bought allotments adjoining the riverfront and made a new road called Mary Tce [apparently now part of Malpas St] 1903 Memorial 179/449

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga, died 13/2/1908 intestate. Estate worth £150. Mother of William Teece miner Noarlunga 1908 Memorial 249/45

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga, died 13/2/1908 intestate. Mother of William Teece miner Noarlunga, Arthur Cureton Teece gardener Adelaide, Elizabeth Shingler CHAMINGS wife of James Snell Chamings of Adelaide, Cureton Teece chemical works foreman New Thebarton and Charles Cureton Teece miner now or formerly of Brocks Creek NT Memorial 197/460

TEECE, Mary widow Noarlunga, died 13/2/1908 intestate. Mother of Arthur Cureton Teece gardener Adelaide; Elizabeth Shingler CHANNINGS wife of James Snell Channings of Adelaide; Cureton Teece chemicals work foreman New Thebarton; Charles Cureton Teece miner Brock Creek NT; and William Teece miner Noarlunga. W Teece died 15/3/1919 Adelaide intestate. Estate worth £900 Memorials 148 & 152/478

No 1

TEECE, William farmer Noarlunga 1866 Memorial 109/210

TEECE, William miner Mattawarrangala 1868 Memorial 144/235

TEECE, William miner Noarlunga linked with Mary Teece wine seller Noarlunga 1895 Memorial 85/426

TEED, Benjamin overseer Gum Creek Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

TEEMAN, Edward farmer Plympton 1896 Application 23111

No 1

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob Lutheran Minister Kensington 1846 Memorial 188/6

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob Lutheran Minister formerly of Kensington but now of Morphett Vale 1848 Memorial 15/13

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob Lutheran Minister Morphett Vale 1856 Memorial 318/97

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob clergyman Hahndorf Stansbury township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 461 County Fergusson

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob minister of the gospel Stansbury Stansbury township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 462 County Fergusson

TEICHELMANN, Christian Gottlob the Elder clergyman near Callington Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

No 1

TEICHELMANN, Daniel Gotthilf farmer Minlaton 1886 Memorial 161/375

TEICHELMANN, Daniel Gotthilf farmer Minlaton trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

TEICHELMANN, Daniel Gotthilf farmer Minlaton, had died by 1912. Executors – Matilda Teichelmann Minlaton and Sydney Fisher HOYLE farmer Minlaton Grant Book 19 Page 320 County Fergusson

TEICHELMANN, Friedrich August farmer Minlaton trustee Institute Minlaton Minlaton township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 200 County Fergusson

TEITZEL, Otto Friedrich labourer Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 170/278

No 1

TELFER, Adam Francis sheepfarmer Edgerston trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

TELFER, Adam Francis farmer Edgerston near Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1878[-1888] Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

TELFER, Adam Francis and Robert farmers Edgerston Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 243/318

TELFER, Adam Francis of Millicent trustee Presbyterian Church Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

TELFER, Adam Francis sheep farmer Tantanoola 1888 Memorial 83/393

TELFER, Adam Francis of Tantanoola director Tantanoola Cheese and Butter Venture Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

No 1

TELFER, Francis 35 farmer married Margaret WRIGHT 38 spinster on 27/3/1845 North Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd Robert HAINING. Witnesses: William BARTLEY and William MURRAY Application 26011

TELFER, Francis farmer Chain of Ponds 1850 Memorial 386/22

TELFER, Francis storekeeper Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 241/107

TELFER, Francis farmer Kersbrook 1862[-1869] Memorial 87/181

TELFER, Francis farmer Kersbrook and Margaret Telfer his wife formerly Margaret WRIGHT linked with George Wright Telfer farmer Kersbrook 1875 Memorial 54/280

TELFER, George Wright farmer Kersbrook Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1883[-1887] Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

TELFER, George Wright farmer Kersbrook 1891 Memorial 215/408 Gardener Kersbrook 1893 Memorial 105/416

TELFER, Gwendoline Nancy married woman 39 Kingston Tce, North Adelaide 1958 Application 29309

No 1

TELFER, James of Pt Lincoln 1875 Memorial 46/285

TELFER, James overseer Koppio near Pt Lincoln 1871[-1876] Memorial 152/306

TELFER, James station manager Koppio near Pt Lincoln 1881[-1888] Memorial 137/330

TELFER, James station overseer Koppia Station near Pt Lincoln 1889 Application 21785

TELFER, James retired sheep station manager Pt Lincoln 1905, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for 47 years Application 24797

TELFER, James JP out of business Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 137/454

TELFER, James formerly station manager Koppio near Pt Lincoln but now retired station manager Pt Lincoln 1908 Memorial 245/459

No 2 – perhaps the same person

TELFER, James farmer Hundred of Way. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

TELFER, James storekeeper Tantanoola. Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 301 County Grey

No 1

TELFER, John farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 309 County Sturt

TELFER, John farmer Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 297 County Grey

TELFER, John farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1881 Grant Book 30 Page 200 County Grey

TELFER, John farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1880[-1888] Grant Book 30 Page 200 County Grey

TELFER, John of Tantanoola. James Telfer mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 183/377

TELFER, John of Tantanoola director Tantanoola Cheese and Butter Venture Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

TELFER, John farmer farmer and grazier Tantanoola Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

No 1

TELFER, John farmer Arkaba trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

TELFER, John farmer Willow Plains trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

TELFER, John Koppio [JK] manager Koppio Station 1902 Memorial 80/446

No 1

TELFER, Robert overseer German Creek near Mt Gambier Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1874 Grant Book 30 Page 203 County Grey

TELFER, Robert farmer Mt Gambier 1880 Memorial 171/335

TELFER, William chemist Wallaroo 1884 Memorial 13/360

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TELFORD, George innkeeper Adelaide 1849 Memorial 48/19

TELFORD, George farmer and James Telford grazier both of Glenburnie ner Mt Gambier, executors for the will of James Telford farmer Glenburnie, who died c1884 Application 24496

No 1

TELFORD, James of Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 74/195

TELFORD, James farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 71 County Grey

TELFORD, James farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Application 18492

TELFORD, James farmer Mil Lel Hundred of Young land grant 1900 Grant Book 30 Page 129 County Grey

TELFORD, James farmer Glenburnie, died 10/11/1884. Husband of Jane Telford. Father of Richard Telford, Peter Telford, James Telford, Thomas Telford, William Telford, George Telford and Alison Mary SMITH nee Telford wife of James Smith labourer near Mt Gambier Memorials 248 & 249/403

No 1

TELFORD, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1855 Memorial 362/79

TELFORD, William sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1856 Memorial 323/102

TELTEMANN, Andreas Conrad gardener Darly on the Torrens 1859 Memorial 81/156

No 1

TELTEMANN, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide [prob Europe Hotel Grenfell St] 1878[-1879] Memorial 225/313

TELTEMANN, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Supreme Court Hotel Gouger St) 1881[-1882] Memorial 148/339

TELTEMANN, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Dolphin Hotel Rundle St) 1883 Memorial 123/352

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TEMBY, Christopher farmer Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 174/87

TEMBY, Christopher farmer Gawler River 1855[-1856] Memorial 98/90

TEMBY, Christopher farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 131/124

TEMBY, Christopher farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1877] Memorial 85/128

TEMBY, C the Younger of Pt Gawler 1877 Memorial 35/306

TEMBY, Christopher JP near Paddy’s Station Bridge, Mallala 1886 Application 20898

TEMBY, Christopher farmer formerly of Two Wells but now of Queenstown 1914 Application 26378

TEMBY, John Glasson farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 14 County Chandos

TEMBY, John Harvey storekeeper Mt Gambier 1936 Application 28053

TEMBY, Samuel plumber and galvanised iron worker Adelaide (Twin St) 1880 Memorial 58/325

TEMME, Arthur Wilhelm motor engineer Mill St, Clarence Park and Eveline Matilda Jane Temme his wife 1916 Application 26514

TEMME, Emma Caroline spinster Eudunda 1885 Memorial 229/371

No 1

TEMME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Co Gawler 1849 Memorial 17/14

TEMME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Gawler River. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

TEMME, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 44 Hundred of Mudla Wirra Co Gawler 1849 Memorial 106/14

TEMME, Friedrich Wilhelm water carrier Adelaide 1853 Memorial 168/53

TEMME, Friedrich Wilhelm gentleman Springbank 1864 Memorial 243/194

No 1

TEMPERLY, Edward farmer Woodside 1857 Memorial 158/127

TEMPERLY, Edward gentleman Clare, died 15/6/1889. He left his £1,000 estate to his two children, Alice and James Temperly Memorial 13/401

TEMPERLY, Edward farmer formerly of Woodside but then of Clare, died 15/6/1889. Father of Alice RICHARDSON wife of Nathaniel Richardson farmer Sevenhill and James Temperly farmer Clare Memorial 72/402

TEMPERLY, Edward gentleman Clare, died 15/6/1880. He left his estate to his children, Alice Temperly and James Temperly, in equal shares absolutely. Estate worth £1,000 Executors: Robert DAVIES bank manager Clare and William KELLY gentleman Clare. Alice Temperly 21 White Hut married Nathanial RICHARDSON 28 shoemaker Sevenhills (Father: William Richardson) on 27/2/1867 St Barnabas Church, Clare. Minister: JA BOAKE. Witnesses: Thomas DOLAN farmer Stanley Flat and James Temperly farmer Aven Park. By 1910, Alice Richardson was a widow at Sevenhills, where her late husband, Nathaniel Temperly, had been a farmer. She had two sons, Thomas Edward Richardson and James Havelock Richardson farmer Sevenhills Application 25870

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TEMPLE, Charles draper Adelaide and his wife, Martha Francis Temple formerly MF MOREY 1859 Memorial 140/155

TEMPLE, Charles draper Adelaide 1866 Application 7598

TEMPLE, Charles gentleman College Town 1873 Memorial 33/276

TEMPLE, CF vigneron Paradise 1903 Memorial 229/449

TEMPLE, Sydney Thomas accountant Adelaide 1919 Application 26796

TEMPLE, Thomas merchant's clerk Adelaide 1875 Application 14078

No 1

TEMPLE, William linen draper Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 49/62

TEMPLE, William linen draper Adelaide and Ellen Temple his wife 1854[-1858] Memorial 303/78

TEMPLE, William draper Kent Town 1858 Memorial 130/148

TEMPLE, William draper Adelaide 1861 Memorial 234/171

TEMPLE, William draper Adelaide (Hindley St) took a 10-year lease at £78 a year from Hannah BIRKS widow Angaston 'all that shop and premises now or late used by the said Hannah Birks as a draper's store situated in Murray St, Angaston and … that dwelling house … consisting of 6 rooms namely 2 sitting rooms, 3 bedrooms and a kitchen together with a cellar and together with the garden and grounds … extending back so far as the road known as the Cemetery Road in Angaston … together with a stall of the stable and … the right to use in common the yard with a back entrance … the well and the water closet' 1861 Memorial 5/179

TEMPLE, William draper Glenelg 1864 Application 5341

TEMPLE, William draper Glenelg 1873 Memorial 179/268

TEMPLE, Ellen of Glenelg had died by 1882. The estate included a shop and and residence. Part of the proceeds in trust to go to providing for Francis Edward Temple and Alfred James Temple, the two youngest brothers of WB Temple storekeeper Glenelg. during their minority. Henry Stephen Temple and Nelly Temple also belonged to this family Memorial 96/354

TEMPLEMAN, Joseph Taylor of Robe 1864 Memorial 183/192

No 1

TEMPLER, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 12842

TEMPLER, John labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 4581

TEMPLER, John labourer Adelaide 1843[-1847] Memorial 138/27

TEMPLER, John formerly labourer Adelaide 1838 but now farm labourer Pt Gawler 1873 Application 12842

TEMPLER, Joseph undertaker Woodside 1904 Application 24903

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

TEMPLER, Thomas storeman North Adelaide 1855[-1869] Memorial 69/82

TEMPLER, Thomas storeman Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 299/99

TEMPLER, Thomas of Prospect 1858 Memorial 147/142

TEMPLER, Thomas storeman Prospect 1862 Memorial 92/184

TEMPLER, Thomas storeman formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of North Adelaide 1863 Application 4238

No 2 - perhaps the same person

TEMPLER, Thomas of North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 112/226

TEMPLER, Thomas of 78 King William St, Adelaide 1870 Memorial 129/244

TEMPLER, Thomas of Jeffcott St, North Adelaide 1881 Memorial 129/333

TEMPLER, Thomas accountant North Adelaide 1899 Memorial 228/437

TEMPLER, Thomas accountant Adelaid 1892. He was the Secretary of the Albert Lodge of the SA Independent Order of Oddfellows. Between 1868-1888, he had helped the former Secretary with his duties Application 22407

TEMPLER, Thomas accountant and Secretary Oddfellows Albert Lodge No 6 Adelaide 1900 Application 24122.

TEMPLER, Thomas accountant Adelaide (Eagle Chambers, Pirie St) 1909 Application 25693

No 1

TEMPLER, William of Hindley St, Adelaide 'the house … with backyard and … with the right of cart road from Leigh St to the back of the said premises' Pt TA 76 1844 Memorial 39/6

TEMPLER, William publican Co Light 1847[-1852] Memorial 402/8

TEMPLER, William innkeeper North Star Inn Great North Road Co Light 1853 Memorial 235/54

TEMPLER, William Henry blacksmith North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 106/300

TEMPLETON, Colin manager Bank of Australasia Broken Hill NSW 1887 Memorial 170/385

No 1

TENNANT, Andrew sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1857[-1867] Memorial 214/129

TENNANT, Andrew Esquire near Mitcham 1875 Memorial 75/286

TENNANT, Andrew Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1880 Memorial 237/322

No 2

TENNANT, Andrew grazier Princess Royal and The Gap Stations near Burra 1950 Memorial 116/525

No 1 – possibly the Elder

TENNANT, Charles Esquire Adelaide Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 221 County MacDonnell

No 2 – the Younger

TENNANT, Charles the Younger Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Arthur BOULT Esquire North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/2/1878 Deposit 181/1878

No 1

TENNANT, Frederick Auguste gentleman Glenelg 1892 Memorial 234/414

TENNANT, Frederick Augustus solicitor Adelaide 1918 Application 26658

TENNANT, Frederick Augustus solicitor Sea Wall, Glenelg, died 21/11/1937 Calvary Hospital, North Adelaide. Husband of Kathleen Tennant Memorial 163/512

No 1

TENNANT, John sheep farmer The Glen South Para 1845 Memorial 349/5

TENNANT, John gentleman Pt Lincoln 1853 Memorial 34/64

TENNANT, John sheep farmer Tallala near Pt Lincoln 1856[-1860] Memorial 214/129

TENNANT, John stockholder Pt Lincoln 1863 Application 4731

TENNANT, John stockholder Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 265/208

TENNANT, John sheep farmer Pt Lincoln, died 11/5/1867 Adelaide. His daughters Mrs Elizabeth HAIGH, Mrs Margaret MORTLOCK and Mrs Jessie LOVE to get £3,500 each absolutely. His wife Jessie Tennant to have a life interest in trust in his pastoral property Tallala, Section 237 Pt Lincoln, together with the household contents and 25 dairy cows. The trustees also to set up a trust fund of £4,000 to provide an income for the widow for life or until her remarriage. This money and the rest of the estate then to go absolutely in remainder expectant to the testator's son, Andrew Tennant. Executors to be John Tennant's sons-in-law, William Ransom MORTLOCK, James ANDERSON and John LOVE sheep farmers Pt Lincoln Application 25908

TENNANT, Jessie widow Tallala near Pt Lincoln relict of the late John Tennant formerly of Tallala now deceased 1884 Memorial 132/355

No 2

TENNANT, John Esquire 21 Old Square Lincoln’s Inn, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur BOULT of Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in SA, Vic, and any other British possession south of the Equator 19/12/1878. By 25/2/1891, he was living at The Boltons, South Kensington, Middlesex, England, when he revoked A Boult’s power of attorney over buying land for him without his authorisation in Gilles St, on Town Acre 603. In Boult’s place, Tennant appointed Josiah Henry SYMON and Leonard William BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide Deposits 51/1879, 32/1891

TENNANT, John sheep farmer Princess Royal Station near Kooringa 1918 Application 26658

No 1

TENNANT, Marion widow of parts beyond the seas 1884 Memorial 120/362

TENNANT, Marion widow Adelaide 1886 Memorial 131/373

TENNANT, Marion formerly HANSON, late of Glenelg, but now in lodgings at 22 South St, Thurslow Square, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 31/5/1882. By 27/1/1886, she was a widow back in Adelaide, power of attorney to Eustace Beardoe GRUNDY solicitor and Arthur BOULT agent both of Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs ‘in all matters affairs and things in which I now am or may at any time hereafter be interested or concerned’ Deposits 163/1882, 15/1886

TENNANT, Marion widow formerly in parts beyond the seas 1887 Memorial 214/393

No 1

TEPFER, August farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 77/144

TEPFER, August farmer Strathalbyn 1861 Memorial 59/179

TEPPER, Johann Gottlieb Otto teacher Nuriootpa 1877 Memorial 127/299

TEPPER, O cornfactor Lyndoch Valley 1867 Memorial 12/223

TEPPER, Victor proclaimed bank manager Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 145/498

TEPPICH, August labourer Nuriootpa 1871 Application 11679

TERLICH, Christian farmer Belvidere 1860 Application 1392

TERNAN, Francis wheat agent Carrieton, had died by June 1912. Executrix - Grace Ternan widow Saddleworth Grant Book 13 Page 386 County Dalhousie

TERNOUTH, Alfred Henry bacon curer Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 38/451

TERRAS, André miller Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 248/5 Labourer Alberton 1847 Memorial 119/8

TERRAS, Henrietta of Thebarton 1847 Memorial 53/8

TERRELL, Arthur agent Mannum 1886[-1887] Memorial 23/376

TERRELL, Arthur Bishop sharebroker Adelaide 1900 Memorial 204/439

TERRELL, Arthur Donald retired banker Cadell 1948 Memorial 123/522 Retired banker formerly of Cadell but now of Morgan 1948 Memorial 189/522

No 1

TERRELL, Hubert Arthur wharf labourer 77 King St, Alberton and Alice Mildred Terrell his wife 1948 Memorial 170/523

TERRELL, Hubert Arthur wharf labourer 77 King St, Alberton 1949 Application 28643

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TERRELL, John carpenter Bowden 1851[-1856] Memorial 267/35

TERRELL, John carpenter Riverton 1857 Memorial 62/121

No 1

TERRELL, John Beaton farmer Gumeracha 1855[-1856]. Perhaps a relative to John Darby Cave of Gumeracha Memorial 351/84

TERRELL, John Beaton farmer near Hindmarsh 1869 Memorial 129/240

TERRELL, John Beaton farmer and chaff dealer Hindmarsh, died 1873. Husband of Mary Terrell, who died 20/10/1894. Executors; William PALMER draper Adelaide and George WARREN surveyor Gawler. Probably sons - William Cave Terrell accountant Sydney NSW and Arthur Bishop Terrell accountant Adelaide 1896 Memorials 116 & 117/427

No 1

TERRELL, John Williams mining captain Norwood 1871 Memorial 146/253

TERRELL, John William mine agent Norwood 1872 Memorial 76/262

TERRELL, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier 1900 Memorial 148/441

No 1 – the Elder and the Younger

TERRELL, Samuel miner Section 5526 Hundred of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 300/86

TERRELL, Samuel gentleman Adelaide Mine 1851 Memorial 38/32

TERRELL, Samuel captain Perseverence Mine 1852 Memorial 212/266

TERRELL, Samuel mining captain Montacute Mine 1853 Memorial 413/54

TERRELL, Samuel farmer near the Montacute Mine 1857 Memorial 108/114

TERRELL, Samuel gentleman Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

TERRELL, Samuel mining captain Montacute 1871, linked with Thomas Henry Terrell miner Monacute Application 11614

TERRELL, Samuel gentleman Montacute 1872. He could not write Application 12119

TERRELL, Samuel the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide 1878 Application 16789

TERRELL, Emilie Johanne Christiane wife of Samuel Terrell publican the Windsor Castle Hotel Franklin St, Adelaide, died 10/4/1878, perforation of stomach ulcer, aged 44. She had no children. Jochim Matthias WENDT watchmaker and jeweller Rundle St, Adelaide, knew Mrs Terrell well. JCE LINNEMANN 22 had married Samuel Terrell 22 miner on 10/2/1857 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. In his will, Mrs Terrell's father, Christian Ernst Matthias Linnemann (who died 2/10/1856) had left her land in trust at Stepney for life , then to her children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. If she left no children, the land to be sold and the profits divided Application 16760 FIND - APPEARS WRONG REFERENCE AND STILL CAN'T FIND

TERRELL, Thomas Henry miner Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorial 33/390

TERRELL, William Cave of Pt Augusta 1885 Memorial 56/373

No 1

TERRILL, Thomas engineer Kapunda 1853 Memorial 77/49

TERRILL, Thomas sometimes erroneously called Thomas TYRELL 1859 Memorial 187/157

TERRILL, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 151/229

TERRILL, Thomas engineer Kapunda and Sarah Terrill his wife 1869 Memorial 125/240

TERRILL, Sarah widow of Thomas Terrill miner Kapunda, died 6/4/1882, of paralysis, aged 79 Application 19237

No 1

TERRETT, Michael gardener North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 177/66

TERRETT, Michael coachman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 225/38

TERRETT, Michael coach driver Adelaide 1854 Memorial 484/90

No 1 - the Elder

TERRY, Alfred carpenter Adelaide had died by 1846 Memorial 224/6

TERRY, Mary widow Cherry Gardens. Relict of the late Alfred Terry formerly carpenter Adelaide but now deceased 1846 Memorial 224/6

TERRY, Alfred carpenter Willington, Sussex, England, married Mary MITCHELL of Alfriston, Sussex, in 1828. They lived at various places in England and then emigrated to SA. Alfred TERRY died c November 1840 Fourth Creek. Alfred Terry contractor Unley Park, was the only son of the marriage. Mary Terry 35 (six years in SA) remarried to John WHYTE 35 farmer Cherry Gardens (8 years in SA formerly merchant Adelaide) on 2/8/1849 at J BAINS home Morphett Vale. Witnesses; James and Margaret Bains. John Whyte farmer Cherry Gardens, died 28/6/1871 at Adelaide Hospital, of a shock to the system following an accident. Mary Whyte died 21/7/1887 Unley Park, of lung congestion, aged 76. Richard MORPHETT friend of Clarendon, registered the death. Martha MCDONALD nee Mitchell, wife of William John McDonald baker Auburn, was a sister to Mrs John Whyte nee Mary Mitchell Application 21364

No 2 - the Younger

TERRY, Alfred storekeeper Belair 1871[-1886] Memorial 105/257

TERRY, Alfred storekeeper Belair linked with Dorcas Terry spinster Belair 1882 Memorial 79/346

TERRY, Alfred contractor Cherry Gardens 1894 Memorial 58/423

TERRY, Alfred contractor Unley Park 1896 Memorial 118/429

TERRY, Charles Gailey merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Robert James PHILLIPS merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/2/1884 Deposit 38/1884

No 1

TERRY, Dorcas spinster Belair 1896 Memorial 164/426

TERRY, Dorcas jam manufacturer Belair, died 12/2/1896 intestate and a spinster. Sister to Alfred Terry contractor Unley Park. Estate worth £300 Memorial 108/427

TERRY, Edward farmer Section 1807 Hundred of Kanmantoo 1858 Memorial 93/143

No 1

TERRY, James Gleeson licensed victualler Mannahill. Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887[-1888] Grant Book 65 Page 184 County Not named

TERRY, James Gleeson formerly of Mannahill but now out of business Glenelg 1928 Memorial 83/500

TERRY, Margaret law clerk Adelaide 1942 Memorial 77/516

No 1

TERRY, Michael coach driver Adelaide 1868 Memorial 184/228

TERRY, Michael coach driver Kooringa 1871 Memorial 15/253

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Kooringa 1871[-1873] Memorial 16/253

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Kooringa Co Burra. Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 292 County Stanley

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Kooringa Co Burra. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 66 Page 164 County Taunton

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Aberdeen 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 5 County Dalhousie

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Aberdeen 1875 Memorial 222/280

TERRY, Michael no description committed to the Lunatic Asylum at Adelaide. £3 a week to the wife, Emma Sophia Terry, and his infant child, for their support. An investigation to take place on M Terry's contracts 'for the carriage of Her Majesty's mails on the lines of route from Kooringa to the Blinman, from Wonoka Creek to Sliding Rock and from Redruth to Pt Augusta'. Henry Charles SWAN gentleman Semaphore had control over the estate 1876 Memorial 17/293

TERRY, Michael formerly mail contractor Aberdeen, died 9/8/1876 in the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum intestate, leaving his widow, Emma Sophia Terry, and an unnamed infant child surviving him Memorial 71/294

TERRY, Michael mail contractor Aberdeen, died 9/8/1876 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, without a will, leaving his wife, Emma Sophia Terry, and an unnamed child. It appears that the deceased owed a lot of money. Letters of administration to Henry Charles SWAN gentleman the Semaphore, to distribute the estate fairly. Estate worth £4,000 Enrolment 62/52

TERRY, Patrick of Yongala 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

No 1

TERRY, Robert gardener Hectorville 1908 Memorial 136/458

TERRY, Robert gardener formerly of Hectorville but now of Houghton 1908 Memorial 156/459

TERRY, Samuel Henry Esquire Sydney NSW 1858 Memorial 196/132

No 1

TERRY, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 449/17

TERRY, Thomas Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 2 Page 21 County Adelaide

TERRY, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Fifth Creek 1851. Memorial 14/32

TERRY, Thomas gentleman Terryville 1851 Memorial 225/38

TERRY, Thomas Esquire near Adelaide 1852, member of the North Adelaide Land and Building Investment Association Memorial 409/44

TERRY, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Terryville , Fifth Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 405/54

No 2 - perhaps the same person

TERRY, Thomas farmer Hallett 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

TESTER, Albert George lucerne grower Findon 1911 Memorial 173/464

No 1

TESTER, David blacksmith Kangarilla 1897 Memorial 248/430

TESTER, David blacksmith Kangarilla 1909 Application 27640

TESTER, D undertaker Kangarilla 1901 Application 25220

TESTER, David undertaker Kangarilla 1908[-1919] Memorial 125/459

TESTER, David blacksmith Kangarilla, died 8/3/1919, of atheroman and cardiac failure, aged 70. Born at Mt Lofty. Married at 55. No family Memorial 50/479

TESTER, George mason Clarendon 1903 Memorial 169/450

No 1 - the Elder

TESTER, John wood splitter New Tiers 1855[-1858] Memorial 237/88

TESTER, John woodsplitter The Tiers near Mt Lofty 1859 Memorial 192/150

TESTER, John farmer Black Swamp [Hundred of Onkaparinga] 1856 Memorial 317/102

TESTER, John yeoman near Mt Lofty 1860 Memorial 82/162

TESTER, John yeoman formerly of Mt Lofty but now of Clarendon 1868 Memorial 239/234

No 2 - the Younger

TESTER, John curator Clarendon 1894 Application 23275

TESTER, John mason Clarendon 1899 Memorial 107/438

TESTER, John formerly mason Clarendon but now mail driver Kangarilla 1908 Memorial 125/459

TESTER, John coach driver Kangarilla 1914 Application 26312

No 3 - possibly the same person

TESTER, John clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 233/402

TESTER, John secretary to the Canal Company Ltd of Adelaide 1896 Memorial 62/429

TESTER, John Secretary to the Canal Company Ltd, Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1897 Application 23440

TESTER, J law clerk Adelaide 1897[-1898] Memorial 21/433

TESTER, J accountant Adelaide 1903 Memorial 171/449

TESTER, John accountant Blackwood 1919 Application 26763

TESTER, John accountant AMP Chambers, 23 King William St, Adelaide, Secretary to The Canal Co Ltd of Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26816

TESTER, Marcella Lavinia widow home duties Kangarilla. Kangarilla Institute trustee 1946 Memorial 76/528

No 1 - probably the same person

TESTER, William clerk to JH FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 59/15

TESTER, William gentleman North Adelaide (Ward St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 314/23

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TESTI, John labourer Portland Estate 1873 Memorial 8/265

TESTI, John the Elder labourer Portland Estate 1885. Land to his daughter, Alice Elizabeth Testi, aged 21 years 2 months, and his son, John Testi the Younger aged 17 years 6 moths Application 20496

TESTI, John the Younger wharf labourer Portland Estate 1902 Application 24348

No 1

TETZLAFF, Joseph Jacob farmer Mintaro 1910 Memorial 209/462

TETZLAFF, Joseph Jacob farmer Mintaro, died 25/11/1937. He left his estate to Arthur James HALL farmer Mintaro. Executor; Michael Leo GILES company manager Mintaro Memorial 126/512

TEUBNER, Johann Dienegott shoemaker near Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

TEULON, GN schoolmaster Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 2/278

No 1

TEUSNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1851 Memorial 283/37

TEUSNER, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch 1852[-1858] Memorial 348/47

TEUSNER, Gustav Hermann blacksmith Taplin. St John's Lutheran Church Taplin trustee 1929 Memorial 21/501

TEVINGTON, Alfred carpenter Gawler 1858 Memorial 145/136

THACKER, Emily Frances Anne wife of Ashley Wilton Neville THACKER 2nd Lieutenant 1st South Lancs Regiment, power of attorney to Charles August reinecke accountant Adelaide, and in default, Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 22/3/1894 Deposit 79/1894

THACKER, Matthew Grimes miller Milang 1890 Memorial 55/402

THACKER, Thomas farmer West Milang 1868 Application 9625

THACKLEFORD, James teacher Mt Barker Springs Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1879 Grant Book 36 Page 323 County Hindmarsh

THALLON, Henry wool merchant Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

THAMM, Carl Traugott farmer Hundred of Dutton Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

THAMM, Cecil Penn blacksmith Kooringa 1933 Memorial 64/507

THAMM, Emil Ernst wheelwright Walloway 1913 Book 13 Page 268 County Dalhousie

No 1

THAMM, Gottlieb labourer Dutton 1886 Memorial 201/378

THAMM, Ernst Gottlieb farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

No 1

THAMM, Gustav Wilhelm Emil saddler Angaston 1924 Application 27267

THAMM, Emil saddler Angaston 1928, declared that he was born on 13/8/1860 at Nuriootpa, a son of Wilhelm Thamm saddler Nuriootpa between 1857-1916 Application 27648

THAMM, Johann Gottlieb formerly of Baldina 1885 Memorial 112/370

No 1

THAMM, Wilhelm saddler Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 93/125

THAMM, Johann Carl Wilhelm saddler Nuriootpa 1867 Memorial 154/226

THAMM, Johann Carl Wilhelm saddler Nuriootpa 1906, declared that he had lived in Nuriootpa since 1857 Application 25245

No 1

THATCHER, John Thomas of SA 1849 Memorial 80/18

THATCHER, John Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/56 Gentleman Kensington 1852 Memorial 94/44

No 1

THAYER, Thomas shoemaker Norwood 1851 Memorial 60/34

THAYER, Thomas 40 shoemaker Magill (Father: George Thayer) married Maria PUDDY 40 Magill (Father: James BENNETT) on 26/1/1857 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide Application 13175

THAYER, Thomas farmer Balhannah 1859 Memorial 344/158

THAYER, Thomas bootmaker Norwood and Maria Thayer his wife formerly Maria PUDDY widow 1861 Memorial 29/177

THAYER, Thomas shoemaker Norwood 1862 Application 3011

THAYER, Thomas shoemaker Norwood 1873 and Maria Thayer his wife, formerly Maria PUDDY widow Magill 1855 Application 13175

No 1

THEAKSTONE, Charles contractor Pt Lincoln 1902 Memorial 194/445

THEAKSTONE, Charles sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln, died 29/10/1924 Sleaford near Pt Lincoln. Husband of Charlotte Elizabeth Theakstone now widow Sleaford 1928 Memorial 58/499

THEAKSTONE, Charles Joseph farmer Pt Lincoln 1949, declared that he had lived in the area for his lifetime, particulary at Happy Valley Application 28631

No 1

THEAKSTONE, Robert Esquire Liverpool, Lancs, England 1846 Memorial 435/6

THEAKSTONE, Robert Esquire Bootle, Lancs, England, power of attorney to William BAKEWELL and Randolph Isham STOW Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/11/1851 Deposit 235/1854

No 1

THEAKSTONE, William farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 70/58

THEAKSTONE, William farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 69/101

No 1

THEEL, Christian gardener Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 200/212

THEEL, Christian labourer Gumeracha 1876 Memorial 74/297

THEEL, Christian carpenter Gumeracha 1882 Application 19453

THEEL, Christian carpenter Gumeracha 1904 Memorial 27/451

THEEL, Ernest Christian commercial traveller Fourth Ave, St Peters 1911 Application 25996

THEILE, Carl blacksmith Point Pass 1890 Memorial 183/403

THEILE, Friedrich Carl Bernhard police constable Nuriootpa 1937 Application 28030

THEOBALD, Clement James and John Theobald labourers 2 Gilbert St, Norwood 1923 Memorial 30/488

No 1 - possibly the same person

THEOBALD, George blacksmith Hay Valley near Nairne 1859 Memorial 299/161

THEOBALD, George Hart wheelwright Hay Valley near Nairne 1865[-1867] Memorial 230/204, Application 6447

THEOBALD, George Hart farmer and wheelwright Hay Valley Nairne, died 8/5/1902 of cancer of the aesophagus, aged 73. His widow, Mary Theobald, died 3/10/1921, of angina pectoris and old age, aged 81. Born in Adelaide, she had married aged 20 years. 3 sons and 2 daughters living; 7 sons and 4 daughters deceased. Daughter Jane Theobald married Henry BOWN baker Broken Hill (Father: Henry Bown, with links in Burra), who by 1923 was a labourer in Edwin Ave, Unley. Other children at that date were Thomas Theobald Methodist minister Snowtown, Mary Theobald spinster Unley, William Theobald contractor Renmark, and Robert Theobald prospector Unley Application 27205

THEOBALD, John farmer Balhannah 1852 Memorial 52/46

THEOBALD, Thomas farmer formerly of Balhannah 1852 now of near Nairne 1868 Application 9170

THEW, John R clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 174/472

THIEDE, August Ferdinand Wilhelm tailor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 103/271

THIEL, Adolph Johannes farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

THIEL, Anna Louisa spinster Neales Flat Co Eyre. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1916 Grant Book 9a Page 3 County Buxton

THIEL, Paul farmer Parrott Hill. Hundred of Neales land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 196 County Eyre

THIEL, Paul Heinrich Wilhelm mason Gawler 1931 Application 27858

No 1

THIEL, Johann Ferdinand Angus licensed victualler Crafers Hotel Crafers 1881 Memorial 69/334

THIEL, Johann Ferdinand Angus licensed victualler Adelaide (Buck's Head North Tce Pt TA 3) 1883 Memorial 125/351

No 1

THIELE, Andreas Carl linked with Section 252 Hundred of Neales Co Eyre 1884 Memorial 169/362

THIELE, Andreas Carl farmer Bower trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

THIELE, August and Friedrich farmers Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 161/175

No 1

THIELE, Carl and Friedrich farmers near Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 304/150

THIELE, Carl and Friedrich farmers near Greenock Creek 1859 Friedrich Thiele farmer Kings Belt 1862 [Was this the family later known as the Thiel family of Daveyston?] Application 2778

No 1

THIELE, Carl August farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

THIELE, Carl August farmer Caloote 1886 Memorial 130/377

No 1

THIELE, Carl Heinrich shoemaker Lobethal 1850[-1852] Memorial 119/29

THIELE, Carl Heinrich shoemaker [formerly of Lobethal but then of] Bethanien 1852[-1862] Memorial 193/45, Application 3430

No 2

THIELE, Carl Heinrich farmer Tanunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 308/84

No 2

THIELE, Carl Heinrich Harry farmer Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf). Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside 1931 Application 27837

No 1 - probably the same person

THIELE, Christian farmer Gilles Plains 1850[-1861] Memorial 263/23

THIELE, Christian Friedrich the Elder farmer variously described of Gilles Plains or Dry Creek 1853[-1867] linked with Ferdinand Thiele the Younger farmer Dry Creek 1867 [perhaps father and son?] Application 8821

THIELE, Christian Friedrich farmer Gilles Plains and Anna Caterean Thiele his wife 1854 Memorial 215/79

THIELE, Anna Caterean widow Windsor relict of the late Johann Rehn formerly farmer Payneham but now deceased linked with Sebastian REHN farmer Houghton 1868 Memorial 121/233

THIELE, Christian Friedrich farmer Dry Creek and Caterean Elisabeth Thiele formerly REHN his wife 1855 Memorial 61/89

THIELE, Christian Friedrich farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 232/152

THIELE, Christian Friedrich farmer Dry Creek linked with Ferdinand Thiele of the same place 1861 Memorial 350/174

THIELE, Ferdinand farmer Dry Creek borrowed £400 from Christian 593Friedrich Thiele farmer Dry Creek 6/6/1861 Application 11987

THIELE, Frederick Richard out of business Gower St, Dunleath 1950 Memorial 50/525

THIELE, Friedrich Arnold farmer Murray Bridge. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 374 County Sturt

THIELE, Friedrich Gotthold Reinhold farmer Salem near Callington, aged 84 in 1956, declared that he had spent his whole life in the district Application 29239

THIELE, Gustav Alfred farmer Murray Bridge linked wih Johann Wilhelm Thiele farmer Kanmantoo 1898 Memorial 127/435

No 1

THIELE, Johann Christian farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1850 Memorial 457/27

THIELE, Johann Christian of Hahndorf. Trustee Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1850 Application 4079

THIELE, Johann Christian yeoman Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 318/54

THIELE, Johann Christian farmer Hahndorf. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 59/141

No 2 - possibly the same person

THIELE, Johann Christian farmer Murray Bridge linked with Johann Wilhelm Thiele the Younger farmer Kanmantoo 1918 Memorial 17/477

THIELE, Johann Christian out of business Adelaide 1927 Memorial 200/510

No 1

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1850 Memorial 456/27

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 279/57

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1864] Memorial 194/56

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer Hahndorf. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 59/141

THIELE, JF died 23/4/1886 Hahndorf. Husband of Anna Dorothea Thiele. Their family as of 1896 – Johann Gottfried Thiele, Johann Christian Thiele farmers Murray Bridge, Eleonore Schneemilch wife of FS Schneemilch carpenter Hahndorf, Caroline Ernestine SKELLY wife of Phillip Skelly labourer Hahndorf, Martha GREVE wife of Wilhelm Greve labourer Adelaide, Anna Dorothea Paech wife of JW Paech farmer near Mt Barker, Lydia BRETAG wife of August Bretag farmer Monarto and Hulda SCHUBERT wife of Heinrich Schubert farmer Murray Bridge Application 23121

No 2

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer Rebensberg near Hahndorf 1862 Application 2919

No 1

THIELE, Johann Friedrich farmer near Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880[-1897] Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

THIELE, JFW farmer near Kanmantoo 1896 Application 23197

THIELE, Johann Gottfried farmer near Yorketown. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 145 County Fergusson

THIELE, Johann Gottlieb farmer Dalrymple. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

No 1

THIELE, Johann Gottlob yeoman Hahndorf 1854[-1856] Memorial 94/60

THIELE, Johann Gottlob formerly yeoman Hahndorf but then farmer Salem-on-the Bremer 1856 Memorial 274/112

THIELE, Johann Gottlob farmer The Bremer 1859 Memorial 102/155

No 1

THIELE, Johann Heinrich farmer Monarto 1882 Memorial 238/346

THIELE, Johann Heinrich farmer Monarto. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 372 County Sturt

No 1

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm shepherd Hahndorf purchased land at Grünthal 1842 Memorial 33/4

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Grünthal near Hahndorf 1852 Memorial 453/51

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 265/56

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Grünthal near Hahndorf 1856 Memorial 280/111

No 2 – possibly a continuation of No 1

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Rebensberg near Hahndorf 1862 Application 2919

No 3 - the Elder and the Younger

THIELE, Wilhelm farmer near Callington 1876 Memorial 165/295

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Kanmantoo 1879 Memorial 92/317

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Kanmantoo but then of Loxtons Hut 1908 Application 25461

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm the Elder farmer formerly of Kanmantoo but now of Loxton linked with Johann Wilhelm Thiele the Younger farmer near Kanmantoo 1910 Memorial 227/463

THIELE, Johann Wilhelm the Younger farmer Murray Bridge. Holy Cross Evangelican Lutheran Church Murray Bridge trustee 1925 Memorial 48/493

THIELE, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer Pekina 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

No 1 – Johann August Hermann Thiele

THIEM, JAH of Friedrichswalde 1868 Memorial 133/234

THIEM, Hermann of Kapunda 1876 Memorial 174/288

THIEM, Johann August Hermann storekeeper Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 213 County Daly

THIEM, Johann Benjamin Traugott farmer Bagots Head Station 1862. He could not write Application 3237

No 1

THIEM, John Frederick farmer near Kadina 1894 Memorial 237/423

THIEM, John Frederick farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1895 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

THIEM, Wilhelm farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 225 County Daly

THIERSCH, JP pathologist North Adelaide (160 Kermode St) 1945 Memorial 71/522

THIES, Ernst Heinrich bricklayer Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 292/34

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THIRKELL, Henry William storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1862[-1868] Memorial 160/183

THIRKELL, Henry William gentleman Pt Lincoln 1863 Application 25322

THIRKELL, Henry William storekeeper Pt Lincoln, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 169/220

THIRKELL, Henry W storekeeper Pt Lincoln married Ruth LEAKE of Adelaide on 3/1/1867 (widow of Robert Roland Leake who died 4/9/1860). Witnesses: Mary Ann BULL of Adelaide and JB ANGOVE JP of Adelaide. Ruth Thirkell of Hamilton Vic remarried on 6/12/1883 to William Causebrook GILES agent Hamilton Vic, supposed to be already married. Mrs Leake had an annuity of £500 a year during her widowhood and then £300 a year upon remarriage Memorials 103-105/407

THIRKELL, Henry William storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1869 Application 10076

THIRKELL, Henry William auctioneer Hamilton Co Dundas Vic, died c1881. Executrix; Ruth Thirkell widow Hamilton Vic 1906 Memorial 159/456

THIRKELL, Henry William formerly gentleman Pt Lincoln, late auctioneer Hamilton Vic, died 12/12/1881. His widow, Ruth Thirkell, inherited his whole estate Application 25322

THIRKELL, Henry William auctioneer Hamilton Co Dundas Vic, died 12/12/1881. Husband of Ruth Thirkell. Mrs Thirkell still lived at Hamilton 1907 Application 25322

THIRKELL/THERKELL, Thomas gardener Cox Creek 1863 Memorial 159/192

THIRWELL, WIlliam Richard hairdresser Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 189/336

No 1

THISELTON, George grocer Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 437/83

THISELTON, George farmer Peachey Belt 1856 Memorial 245/112

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

THISELTON, George farmer Government Farm 1857 Memorial 206/116 Farmer Coromandel Valley 1857 Memorial 207/116

THISELTON, George farmer Belair 1873[-1878] Memorial 48/269, Application 12937

No 3- possibly a continuation of No 2

THISELTON, George farmer Appila 1887 Memorial 9/389

THISELTON, George farmer and gardener Stone Hut 1896 Memorial 83/429

THISTLETON, RG of Brighton 1913 Memorial 124/468

No 1

THODAY, Alfred Charles and Johnson Thoday farmers Rochester. Henry Thoday mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 62/390

THODAY, Alfred Charles miner Wallaroo Mines, had died by 1907. Executor – George Thomas Thoday miner Wallaroo Mines Grant Book 15 Page 71 County Daly

No 1

THODAY, Henry farmer Hundred of Clare 1858[-1860] Memorial 183/137

THODAY, Henry farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

THODAY, Johnson, Joseph and Samuel carters and contractors Kadina Co Daly. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

THOM, Donald farmer Lochiel Co Daly. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1905 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

THOM, George farmer Pinery near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 487/24

No 1

THOM, John market gardener Brownhill Creek Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 441 County Daly

THOM, John and William farmers Lochiel Co Daly. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

THOM, John farmer Hundred of Cameron trustee unnamed Chapel 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

THOM, John farmer Hundred of Cameron, had died by 1911. Executrix – Agnes Thomas widow Glen Osmond Road Glen Osmond Grant Book 15 Page 35 County Daly

THOMAN, Ernest Max farmer Erskine 1891 Memorial 199/411

No 1

THOMAS, Alexander miner Kapunda 1856[-1857] Memorial 362/97

THOMAS, Alexander miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 165/199

THOMAS, Alexander the Elder formerly miner 1858 but now out of business Kapunda 1865 Application 6768

No 2 - perhaps son of Jane Thomas

THOMAS, Alexander produce merchant Kapunda 1899 Memorial 241/437

No 1

THOMAS, Alex John clerk to HW PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 5/109

THOMAS, Alexander John clerk to Alexander ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 341/132

THOMAS, Alexander John law writer Adelaide (4 Clark Buildings) 1859 Memorial 144/157

THOMAS, Alexander John law stationer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 307/150

No 1

THOMAS, Alfred baker North Adelaide linked with THOMAS, Frederick shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial104/33

THOMAS, Alfred baker Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 152/191

THOMAS, Alfred baker Alberton 1864[-1880] Applications 5035, 5036, & 18213

No 2 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, Alfred clerk Adelaide 1870[-1884] Memorial 165/247

THOMAS, Alfred clerk Adelaide 1872 Application 12294

THOMAS, Alfred gentleman Adelaide linked with Edwin Courtenay Thomas tanner and currier Bowden 1873 Memorial 21/265

No 3

THOMAS, Alfred grocer Adelaide (Grenfell St) Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

THOMAS, Alfred grocer Adelaide 1901 Memorial 97/442

THOMAS, Alfred Edward cement brick maker Main North Road, Highbury East 1957 Memorial 190/531

THOMAS, Alfred Henry farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

THOMAS, Alice Evelyn widow formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but then of Fisher St, Fullarton, died 1/9/1950. Mother of Reta Marion JENNISON and Lindsay Howard Thomas. Other children mentioned but not named Memorial 175/525

No 1 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, Andrew assayer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 220/38

THOMAS, Andrew postmaster Kooringa 1858[-1860] Memorial 292/135

THOMAS, Andrew FCS analytical chemist Kooringa 1864 Memorial 254/193

THOMAS, Annie spinster Leighton Hundred of Ayers land grant 1900 Grant Book 56 Page 201 County Stanley

THOMAS, Ann Lee widow Strathalbyn 1864 Application 5085

THOMAS, Arthur Orlando lanternist Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1917 Memorial 141/475

No 1

THOMAS, Benjamin mail contractor Mt Barker 1867 Application 8102

THOMAS, Benjamin of Mt Barker 1877 Application 15740

No 1

THOMAS, Charles miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 71/47

THOMAS, Charles and Mauris smelters Bremer Smelting Works 1855 Memorial 306/88

THOMAS, Charles and Mauris gentlemen The Bremer 1857 Memorial 248/129

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THOMAS, Charles miner Moonta Mines Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

THOMAS, Charles of Moonta Mines 1908 Memorial 115/462

No 3

THOMAS, Charles sawyer New Tiers 1855[-1857] Memorial 219/82

No 4

THOMAS, Charles farmer Hundred of Yongala 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 208 County Dalhousie

No 5

THOMAS, Charles labourer Custon. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 19 County Buckingham

THOMAS, Charles Augustus farmer Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

No 1

THOMAS, Charles Courtenay storekeeper Dowlingville and Ardrossan 1886 Memorial 156/378

THOMAS, CC JP of Ardrossan 1892 Memorial 28/416

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

THOMAS, Charles Courtenay storekeeper Alberton 1900 Memorial 210/440

THOMAS, Charles Courtenay storekeeper Alberton - Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 24042

THOMAS, Charlotte Sophie spinster Adelaide 1842 Memorial 290/1

THOMAS, Clarence Roy labourer Navan also known as a farmer Riverton 1940 Application 28275

No 1

THOMAS, Colin bootmaker Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4118

THOMAS, Colin bootmaker Strathalbyn 1885 Application 20717

No 1

THOMAS, Colin Isaac Robert grocer North Adelaide linked with Ann Thomas married woman North Adelaide who had an interest in the estate of the late Isaac COAD formerly yeoman Strathalbyn but now deceased 1905 Memorial 62/453

THOMAS, Colin Isaac Robert grocer Strathalbyn 1906[-1909] Memorial 131/455

THOMAS, Colin Isaac Robert storekeeper's assistant Goolwa, died 10/10/1918. Husband of Emily Ann Thomas. Robert Thomas bootmaker Strathalbyn an executor Memorial 143/477

THOMAS, D police constable Pt Adelaide 1886 [In Pt Adelaide by 1882] Application 21022

No 1 - likely to be the same person

THOMAS, Daniel gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 483/39

THOMAS, Daniel farmer Islington 1852 Memorial 258/41

No 2 - likely to be the same person

THOMAS, Daniel veterinary surgeon Salisbury 1853[-1855] Memorial 463/56

THOMAS, Daniel veterinary surgeon Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 29/131

No 3

THOMAS, Daniel miner Unley 1853[-1854] Memorial 338/59

THOMAS, Daniel and Elisha miners Unley and John Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1856 Memorial 473/97

THOMAS, Daniel storekeeper Unley 1856[-1867]. Linked with Elisha Thomas gardener Unley 1856 Memorial 7/99

THOMAS, Daniel formerly miner 1854 but now gardener Unley 1867 Application 8193

No 1

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1873 Memorial 221/265

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer [formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of] Dandenong Vic linked with Moses Thomas farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1874 Memorial 166/275

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne timber dealer Norwood 1877 Memorial 124/299

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne gentleman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1879 Memorial 109/313, Application 17292

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer Fresh Water Springs near Pt Adelaide 1881[-1882] Memorial 197/333

THOMAS, Daniel farmer near Woodville 1881 Application 18761

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer Woodville 1882 Memorial 57/342

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer Fresh Water Springs near Pt Adelaide 1882. He owned about a quarter of the 65 5-acre blocks in the Sections 401, 407, 408, 413 Hundred of Yatala Survey B a subdivision created by EC GWYNNE, Henry GILES and George ALSTON gentlemen Adelaide in 1839 (GRO Plan 268/1856). [also known as Mechanics Village; also as Basham’s Village, after William BASHAM carrier Adelaide 1840 later bachelor Hindmarsh River 1843, who purchased a block from William Finlayson in 1840] Early speculative owners in 1839 included John Erving BARNARD Esquire Adelaide, Henry Mooringe BOSWARVA gentleman Adelaide, Robert CHAMPLAY carrier Adelaide, John Forster CLAY merchant Adelaide, William FINLAYSON farmer Adelaide, George GREGORY yeoman Adelaide, John HOFFMAN carpenter Adelaide, William PARSELL baker Hindmarsh, Matthew SMITH Esquire Adelaide, Robert THOMAS printer Adelaide Application 19029

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne JP Point Morrison Kangaroo Island 1894. His mother, Sarah HARRIS widow Woodville North, began farming in that district in Nov 1851. Another brother appeared to be Moses Thomas farmer Woodville North Application 22723

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne Esquire JP Osborne Point Morrison Kangaroo Island 1894 Memorial 199/422

THOMAS, Daniel Osborne farmer Osborne Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1914 Grant Book 11 Page 122 County Carnarvon

THOMAS, Daniel Vivian police trooper Gawler 1877 Application 15715

No 1

THOMAS, David stockholder Redruth 1853 Memorial 329/69

THOMAS, David formerly of Redruth but now stockholder Section 2285 Hundred of Stanley 1857 Memorial 210/115

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River Hundred of Clare land grant 1859 Grant Book 56 Page 43 County Stanley

THOMAS, David stockholder Hill River 1862 Memorial 63/183

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River 1862 Application 3267

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River 1865 Memorial 133/205

THOMAS, David gentleman Hill River 1865 Application 6546

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 27 County Victoria

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River, died in 1871. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Thomas, during her lifetime, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, William Thomas Memorial 204/254

THOMAS, David of Hill River, died 26/6/1871. His son, William Thomas, was a Hill River farmer in 1881 Application 18144

THOMAS, Sarah widow of David Thomas farmer Ystalyfera Hill River, of English cholera, aged 60. William Thomas farmer Hill River 1885 likely to be a son Application 20794 FIND - check death certificate for farm name

No 2

THOMAS, David smelter Kooringa 1857 Memorial 300/124

No 3 – perhaps the same person

THOMAS, David farmer Watervale Hundred of Clare land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 52 County Stanley

THOMAS, David farmer Hill River near Clare Hanson (later Farrell Flat Hundred of Hanson) township allotment land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 296 County Stanley

THOMAS, David carrier Hanson Farrell Flat 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 77 County Dalhousie

THOMAS, David of Mannanarie 1880[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

No 4

THOMAS, David boarding house keeper Mt Gambier 1880[-1905] Memorial 107/322, Application 24966

No 5

THOMAS, David miner Parkside 1895 Memorial 244/424

THOMAS, David Austin Grenfell solicitor Adelaide 1947 Memorial 80/521

THOMAS, David John farm labourer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 217 County Daly

THOMAS, David Peter farmer Calca trustee Institute Calca Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1887 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

No 1

THOMAS, Edward blacksmith Yatala township 1881 Memorial 71/333

No 2

THOMAS, Edward miner Adelaide 1884 Memorial 153/360

No 3

THOMAS, Edward gentleman Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

THOMAS, Edward the Elder miner Broken Hill NSW came to live in Robert St (later Orsmond St), Hindmarsh in 1892. He died 11/11/1918. His estate worth £2,500. Apart from some bequests of personal estate, he left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Julia Thomas, for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Children included: William Thomas dairyman Broken Hill NSW, Ernest Henry Percival Thomas grocer Hindmarsh, Edward Thomas the Younger, John Albert Thomas, Florence Julia GOLDSWORTHY. By 1939, William Thomas was a dairyman at Findon and Ernest Thomas was a shopkeeper at Bowden Application 28180

No 1

THOMAS, Edward Arthur and Frederick Booth Thomas sheepfarmers formerly of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para but now of Smithfield 1908 Memorial 58/460

THOMAS, Edward Arthur farmer Smithfield 1913 Memorial 18/469

THOMAS, Edward Arthur farmer Smithfield. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

THOMAS, Edward Arthur farmer Smithfield 1928 Application 27716

No 1

THOMAS, Edwin Courtenay tanner and currier Bowden 1874 Memorial 45/277

THOMAS, Edwin Courtenay and Orlando Courtenay Thomas tanners Bowden 1875 Memorial 124/282

THOMAS, Edwin Courtenay farmer and currier Bowden 1877 Memorial 200/297

THOMAS, EJ clerk to Messrs LYONS & LEADER agents Adelaide 1887 Memorial 41/386

No 1

THOMAS, Elisha miner Montacute Mines 1846 Memorial 47/7

THOMAS, Elisha storekeeper Unley 1850. Foundation Unley Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 108/23

THOMAS, Elisha yeoman Unley 1853 Memorial 373/49

THOMAS, Elisha and Daniel miners Unley 1853 Memorial 143/57

THOMAS, Elisha miner Unley 1855[-1862] Memorial 34/94

THOMAS, Elisha of Unley, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Thomas absolutely Memorial 51/218

THOMAS, Elisha formerly yeoman 1853 but now storekeeper Unley 1863 Application 4382

No 1

THOMAS, Elizabeth and George of Duck Point Station South-Eastern District of Adelaide 1865 Memorial 10/204

No 2

THOMAS, Elizabeth, William and Mary an infant under the age of 21, children of the late William Tyrie Thomas formerly farmer Willunga now deceased and Elizabeth Thomas his wife still alive in 1875 Memorial 214/280

No 3

THOMAS, Elizabeth widow Moonta Mines. Links with Monarto 1876 Memorial 165/295

No 4

THOMAS, Elizabeth home duties Ardrossan 1892 Memorial 220/415

No 5

THOMAS, Elizabeth gardener Oakbank owned an Aboriginal Reserve Section 5005 Hundred of Onkaparinga (82 acres) 1894 Memorial 109/421

No 6

THOMAS, Elizabeth widow Cowandilla near Hilton 1911[-1913] Memorial 148/464, Application 26189

THOMAS, Elizabeth widow Cowandilla near Hilton, died 20/11/1914. Executors; Charles Stephens JENKINS accountant Cowandilla and Marianne Fidelia KINGSBOROUGH married woman Cowandilla Memorial 114/472

THOMAS, Emma Amelia widow Lower Mitcham 1887 Application 21177

THOMAS, Ernest Alfred Shum retired civil servant 17 William St, Hawthorn, died 16/3/1938 Memorial 76/512

THOMAS, Ernest Herbert estate accountant Fullarton 1928 Memorial 111/501

THOMAS, Ernst August shoemaker and farmer Hahndorf, died 1846. His estate left in trust for his infant children. By 1863, the children had inherited their father’s Hahndorf land absolutely in remainder expectant - Johanne Louise Pietsch (wife of Gottlob Pietsch farmer, nr Mt Torrens), Emma Auguste Thomas spinster Neudorf Lobethal, and Christian Friedrich & Ernst August Thomas, both labourers, of Neudorf, nr Lobethal Application 4140

No 1

THOMAS, Evan farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 2 Page 27 County Adelaide

THOMAS, Evan farmer Noarlunga 1859[-1865] Memorial 174/155

THOMAS, Evan farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1859 but now of Campbelltown 1868 Application 9063

THOMAS, Evelyn Mary spinster Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 159/346

THOMAS, FE clerk Pt Adelaide 1902 Memorial 119/446

THOMAS, Flora Evelyn licensed victualler Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Hindmarsh 1912 Memorial 94/466

No 1

THOMAS, Francis carpenter Norwood 1854 Memorial 303/74

THOMAS, Francis sawyer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 268/203

THOMAS, Francis carpenter formerly of Norwood 1854 but now of Kapunda 1866 Application 7764

THOMAS, Francis sawyer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 1

THOMAS, Frank Williams teacher Strathalbyn and Louisa Lorrie Thomas his wife 1923 Memorial 139/488

THOMAS, Frank Williams teacher Strathalbyn 1927 Application 27626

No 1

THOMAS, Frederick farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 389/58

THOMAS, Frederick farmer Witlow [perhaps Whitelaw] Gully near Gawler 1856 Memorial 399/98

THOMAS, Frederick farmer Whitelaw Gully near Gawler 1857 Linked with Samuel Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley Memorial 323/117

THOMAS, Frederick farmer Barossa West linked with Samuel Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1865 Memorial 190/206

THOMAS, Frederick farmer near Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1866 Grant Book 2 Page 55 County Adelaide

THOMAS, Frederick farmer Sandy Creek 1883 Application 19857

No 2

THOMAS, Frederick gentleman Hackney 1893[-1896] Memorial 68/419

No 3

THOMAS, Frederick bootmaker Nairne 1893 Application 22525

No 1

THOMAS, Frederick Booth and THOMAS, Edward Arthur sheep farmers Smithfield 1909 Application 25571

THOMAS, Frederick Booth farmer One Tree Hill 1913 Memorial 18/469

THOMAS, Frederick Booth farmer One Tree Hill. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1916 Grant Book 1 Page 188 County Adelaide

No 1

THOMAS, Frederick Williams baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1850[-1854] Memorial 255/39

THOMAS, Frederick Williams baker and grocer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 438/28

THOMAS, Frederick Williams formerly husbandman Adelaide 1839 but now baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1855 Application 9490

THOMAS, Frederick Williams baker Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1857[-1858] linked with Henry Thomas farmer Kensington Memorial 105/127

THOMAS, Frederick Williams baker Adelaide 1865[-1868] Applications 5963 & 6277

THOMAS, Frederick Williams gentleman North Adelaide, died 15/2/1871. Husband of Grace Thomas. Probably a son - Henry William Thomas clerk Prospect 1892 Memorial 14/414

No 1

THOMAS, George labourer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 125/75

No 2

THOMAS, George labourer Mt Crawford 1858 Memorial 121/141

No 3

THOMAS, George sheep farmer Guichen Bay and Elizabeth Thomas his wife formerly Elizabeth nee COCHRANE 1861 Memorial 412/179

THOMAS, George sheep farmer Duck Point Station S-E and Elizabeth Thomas his wife 1862 Memorial 10/204

No 4

THOMAS, George labourer near Palmer Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1876 Grant Book 58 Page 314 County Sturt

THOMAS, George farmer Palmer Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 369 County Sturt

No 5

THOMAS, George farmer Springton 1876 Memorial 146/289

THOMAS, George farmer near Springton 1901. He could not write Application 24304

No 6

THOMAS, George pastoral clerk of the local court of Gladstone 1885 Memorial 231/372

THOMAS, George Frederick farmer Gawler 1950 Application 28738

THOMAS, Gerard Calvert Wallace turner and fitter Keswick, Jack Warrington Hope Thomas of Kensington Park and Moira Iris Lenore Thomas spinster Summertown 1924 Memorial 30/490

THOMAS, Godfrey J private secretary to Governor FH ROBE 1846 Memorial 130/18

THOMAS, Gomer clerk Adelaide linked with Jabez Edwin Thomas of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 46/391

No 1

THOMAS, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 144/31

THOMAS, Gottlieb farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 64/216

THOMAS, Gottlieb farmer Bethel 1870 Application 10527

THOMAS, Gustav farmer Bethel 1865[-1873] Memorial 303/206

THOMAS, Gustav Ewald farmer Bethel 1880[-1883] Application 18052, Memorial 245/348

THOMAS, Gustav Richard farmer Oak Lodge near Kapunda 1927 Memorial 147/498

No 1

THOMAS, Heinrich farmer Lobethal 1850[-1882] Memorial 286/27, Application 3234, Application 19116

THOMAS, Heinrich farmer Lobethal - foundation trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church 1854. Continued in office when the congregation appointed new trustees at a meeting 19/5/1867 Application 8586

THOMAS, Helen of Hindley St, Adelaide linked with Robert George Thomas formerly of Adelaide but now staying in Wales 1850[-1851] Memorial 403/19

No 1

THOMAS, Henry miner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1847 Memorial 191/8

THOMAS, Henry farmer Kensington 1857[-1858] Memorial 105/127

No 2

THOMAS, Henry Independent Minister formerly of Gore St, Collingwood Vic but now of Gratton St, North Melbourne SA and his wife, Charlotte Thomas, formerly Charlotte TABOR spinster 1858 Memorial 21/144

No 3 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, Henry clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 8/336

THOMAS, Henry clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19145

THOMAS, Henry merchant Pt Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Jane Thomas widow Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 175/419

No 4

THOMAS, Henry and John miners Adelaide linked with Josiah Thomas farmer Pinda 1883 Memorial 47/347

No 5

THOMAS, Henry gardener Marden 1890 Memorial 127/403

THOMAS, Henry gardener Hope Valley 1899[-1935] Memorial 156/439

THOMAS, Henry retired gardener Hope Valley, died c1941. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Thomas Memorial 5/516

No 6

THOMAS, Henry miller Malvern 1928 Memorial 111/501

No 1

THOMAS, Henry Byron of the Dirty Light 1858 Memorial 132/144

THOMAS, Henry Byron Primitive Methodist Minister Dirty Light 1859 Memorial 176/160

No 1

THOMAS, Henry Howard grazier Mt Bryan East 1909 Memorial 129/461

THOMAS, Henry Howard sheepfarmer Aberdeen and Mt Bryan, died c1919. Executor; Mary Thomas married woman Three Trees Aberdeen near Kooringa Memorial 187/483

THOMAS, Henry Norman grazier Auburn 1904 Memorial 154/451

THOMAS, Ian Eversley assistant general manager Elder, Smith & Co Ltd, of Currie St, Adelaide 1958 Application 29302

No 1

THOMAS, Isaac mounted constable Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

THOMAS, Isaac formerly of Cradock but now out of business Hyde Park 1910 Application 25793

THOMAS, Isaac Roderick agricultural machinery traveller Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

No 1

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 5 County Blachford

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin accountant Adelaide, about to leave the province temnporarily, power of attorney to Harry TURNER accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 229/3/1884 Deposit 172/1884

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin accountant Adelaide 1885[-1915] Memorial 75/372

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin accountant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1886[-1887] Memorial 4/380

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin accountant Adelaide (Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St) 1894[-1903] Memorial 79/422

THOMAS, Jabez Edwin accountant Adelaide 1897 Application 23268

THOMAS, Jack Mornington Hope gardener Summertown 1934 Application 27946

No 1

THOMAS, James farmer McLaren Vale 1849[-1877] Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1849 Memorial 375/23

THOMAS, James farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Crystal Brook linked with William J Thomas of Baroota 1880 Memorial 91/325

THOMAS, James farmer Fairview Baroota Co Frome, died c1890. Husband of Sarah Thomas. Father of 2 sons - William James Thomas farmer Baroota and Alfred Henry Thomas. Father of 4 daughters - 3d daughter Thirza Honor Thomas named Memorial 53/405

THOMAS, Sarah widow Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 699 County Frome

No 2

THOMAS, James miner Kapunda 1854 Memorial 409/63

THOMAS, James farmer near Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

THOMAS, James farmer near Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

THOMAS, James formerly miner North Kapunda 1854 but now farmer Kapunda 1877 Application 16116

No 3 – the Elder

THOMAS, James stockholder Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 471/88

THOMAS, James, Thomas and William Henry farmers Skillogolee Creek and Kadina. Hudred of Kulpara land grant 1867[-1868] Grant Book 14 Page 337 County Daly

THOMAS, James of Gladstone 1893 Memorial 220/417

No 4

THOMAS, James farmer Three Trees Flat. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1859 Grant Book 8 Page 80 County Burra

THOMAS, James farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra.

THOMAS, James farmer Mt Bryan Flat. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 96 County Burra

THOMAS, James the Younger grazier Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911[-1912] Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

No 5

THOMAS, James draper Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1859[-1865] Memorial 19/151

THOMAS, James draper Adelaide 1863 Application 4240

THOMAS, James merchant Norwood 1870 Application 25732

THOMAS, James draper Norwood 1875 Memorial 41/285

No 6

THOMAS, James storekeeper Kapunda 1860 Application 1769

No 7

THOMAS, James smelter Pt Adelaide 1867[-1871] Memorial 72/224, Application 11188

No 8

THOMAS, James miner Copperhouse 1868 Memorial 71/233

THOMAS, James miner Copperhouse linked with Jane Thomas widow Lostwithiel 1887 Memorial 135/385

THOMAS, James teamster Copperhouse near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra.

No 9

THOMAS, James brewer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

No 10

THOMAS, James miner Redruth 1874 Memorial 187/277

No 11

THOMAS, James mariner Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 165/294

No 12

THOMAS, James the Younger farmer Rocky River 1888 Memorial 143/390

THOMAS, James the Younger farmer Rocky River. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1897 Grant Book 60 Page 261 County Victoria

No 13 – perhaps a continuation of No 12

THOMAS, James the Younger of Martindale Ketchowla Co Kimberley 1890[-1893] Memorial 208/405

No 14

THOMAS, James of East Auburn 1891 Memorial 73/410

THOMAS, James farmer East Auburn. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1895 Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley

No 15

THOMAS, James of Adelaide, power of attorney to William PLEITNER of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/5/1892 Deposit 87/1892

No 16

THOMAS, James farmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1903 Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra

THOMAS, Jane widow Kapunda, died 30/7/1920. Mother of Alexander Thomas packer Adelaide and William Henry Thomas baker Adelaide Memorial 195/483 FIND HUSBAND

THOMAS, Johann Eduard farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1865 Application 6452

THOMAS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852[-1854] Memorial 84/42

No 1

THOMAS, John farmer formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Walkerville 1850 Application 10159

No 2 - probably the Elder

THOMAS, John sawyer Skillogolee Creek 1847[-1850] Memorial 160/13

THOMAS, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1850 Memorial 143/28

THOMAS, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856 Memorial 210/111

THOMAS, John farmer Section 330 Skillogolee Creek 1857[-1865] Memorial 40/114

THOMAS, John farmer Skillogolee Creek 1860[-1864] Memorial 130/164, Application 5037

THOMAS, John farmer Skillogolee Creek Co Stanley. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 26 County Daly

THOMAS, John out of business Auburn 1887 Memorial 15/383

THOMAS, John gentleman Port Road, Auburn, died 6/2/1890. Husband of Sarah Thomas. Father of John Thomas butcher Snowtown and William Henry Thomas farmer Mannanarie and James Thomas farmer Narridy. Grandfather of William Henry Symons, John Symons, James Symons and Bertie Symons, sons of his daughter Elizabeth Symons wife of Henry Symons farmer Mannanarie Memorial 128/402

No 3 - probably the Younger

THOMAS, John miner Kooringa purchased Section 341 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1851 Memorial 437/36

THOMAS, John farmer Burra 1856 Memorial 114/107

THOMAS, John the Younger farmer Park Bottom near Watervale. He leased several sections from Henry WILLIAMS farmer Park Bottom near Watervale 1857[-1867] Memorial 109/118

THOMAS, John stockowner Section 341 Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1860 Application 1494

THOMAS, John the Younger butcher Pt Wallaroo, while continuing to lease land near Watervale 1867[-1872] Memorial 149/227

No 4 FIND CHECK RUN

THOMAS, John storekeeper's assistant Pt Wakefield in the employ of John RUMBLE storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1887 Memorial 129/383

No 4

THOMAS, John miner Burra Burra Mine 1850[-1855] Memorial 160/25

THOMAS, John stockholder Redruth 1851[-1855] Memorial 34/38

THOMAS, John farmer Burra Burra. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1856 Grant Book 8 Page 80 County Burra

THOMAS, John farmer Redruth 1858 Memorial 200/137

THOMAS, John farmer Kooringa 1862. He could not write Application 3044

THOMAS, John farmer Three Sisters Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1862 Grant Book 8 Page 162 County Burra

THOMAS, John farmer Three Gums Flat Hundred of Kooringa, died in 1864. Beneficiaries included the testator's wife, July Thomas, and his two sons, Joseph and Josiah Thomas Memorial 139/198

No 5 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, John miner Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 410/31

THOMAS, John miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 228/43

THOMAS, John charcoal burner near Mt Lofty 1864 Application 5598

No 6

THOMAS, John labourer Redruth 1854 Application 17906

THOMAS, John the Elder labourer Redruth, died 31/5/1878. He had lived in Redruth for some 22 years. He left his whole estate to his son, John Thomas the Younger, who lived in the house as well. Estate worth £60. Executors August BARTHOLOMAEUS storekeeper Redruth and John PRIOR shoemaker Redruth Application 17906

No 7 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THOMAS, John the Elder gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 87/98

THOMAS, John the Elder gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to John Tuthill BAGOT barrister Adelaide, to manage his own and mortgage properties 27/3/1856 Deposit 320/OA

THOMAS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of near Bendigo Vic 1856 Memorial 329/108

THOMAS, John the Elder formerly farmer Adelaide at some time before 1860 and his wife, Ann Lee CURNOW, were married on 11/8/1838 at Illogen, Cornwall, England. Parents of John Thomas the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1860, the eldest son and heir at law. Nicholas Thomas farmer Callington gave this information Application 1642

THOMAS, John the Elder gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Bendigo Vic, died c1862. In August 1862, his wife, Ann Lee Thomas, and his eldest son and heir at law, John Thomas the Younger farmer, lived at Strathalbyn Memorial 259/185

THOMAS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now residing out of the province 1857 Memorial 346/124

THOMAS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 248/127

THOMAS, John the Elder blacksmith (Father Maurice Thomas miner) and Ann Lee CURNOW spinster (Father William Curnow cordwainer; mother Elizabeth) both of Bridge, Cornwall, England, married 11/8/1838 in the Illogan parish church, Cornwall. Their eldest son, John Thomas the Younger, was born 14/4/1839 at Copperhouse, near Phillack, Cornwall. The family emigrated to SA (4 years), then to Vic (6 years), where John Thomas the Elder died 26/7/1857 Epsom, near Sandhurst Vic, on the Bendigo diggings, of heart disease, aged 46. Children: John Thomas 18, Joseph William Thomas 12, William Alexander Thomas 3 years, Rosina Ann Thomas aged 13 months. Mrs Ann Lee Thomas widow Strathalbyn provided the above information on 21/8/1862, when her eldest son John Thomas was described as a farmer of Strathalbyn Deposit 157/1862

No 8

THOMAS, John the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide (Gilles Arms Gilles St ) 1858. Husband of Mary Thomas. Father of John Thomas the Younger (Eldest child) and William and Rebecca Thomas (Youngest children). Father-in-law of Thomas WRIGHT farmer Ballarat Vic. Details as of 1858 shortly before J Thomas's death. Alexander John Thomas of Adelaide linked with this family Memorial 277/164

THOMAS, John the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide (Gilles Arms Gilles St ) 1858. The family as at 1872 included; John Thomas formerly the Younger farmer McGrath Flat, Mary WRIGHT nee Thomas wife of Thomas Wright of Mt Bolton, Samuel Thomas labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Geelong Vic, James Thomas labourer Wellington on the Murray, William Thomas labourer Far North, Johannah LAING nee Thomas wife of Alexaner Laing labourer Picton New Zealand, and Rebecca Bowden nee Thomas wife of Edward Bowden saddler Adelaide Memorial 93/260

No 9

THOMAS, John blacksmith Adelaide 1856 Memorial 429/97

No 10

THOMAS, John sawyer The Woolshed. Bordertown (Hundred of Tatiara) allotment land grant 1858 Deposit 379/1858, Grant Book 66 Page 54 County Buckingham,

THOMAS, John sawyer Bordertown 1865 had died by 1882 Application 20614

No 11

THOMAS, John miner Kapunda Mine Kapunda 1860 Application 1299

THOMAS, John miner Kapunda 1862 Memorial 201/181

THOMAS, John miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

THOMAS, John miner formerly of Kapunda 1862 but now of Moonta 1870 Application 11140

No 12

THOMAS, John carpenter Goolwa 1866 Memorial 58/214

No 13

THOMAS, John copper refiner Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 158/208

No 14

THOMAS, John publican Mt Bryan. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 167 County Burra

No 15

THOMAS, John had an interest in the Kooladdy Mine on the Oladdie Run 1870 Memorial 175/244

No 16

THOMAS, John farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

No 17

THOMAS, John labourer Magrath Flat Co Russell. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

No 18

THOMAS, John of Copperhouse near Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 11 County Burra

No 19

THOMAS, John farmer Lochiel. Lochiel (Hundred of Cameron) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 447 County Daly

No 20

THOMAS, John baker Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 473 County Daly

THOMAS, John butcher and baker Snowtown 1894 Memorial 20/422

THOMAS, John butcher Snowtown. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) ltownship allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 14 Page 397 County Daly

THOMAS, John butcher and farmer Snowtown. Bute (Hundred of Wiltunga) ltownship allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 14 Page 398 County Daly

No 21

THOMAS, John mine agent Moonta Mines trustee a Cemetery 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

THOMAS, John farmer Bald Hill trustee a Chapel perhaps at Cunliffe 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

THOMAS, John farmer Bald Hill Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 95 County Daly

THOMAS, John farmer Perlubie Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1903 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

THOMAS, John farmer Barossa 1906 Application 25266

No 19

THOMAS, John gardener Fifth Creek Montacute 1913[-1927], died 18/9/1927 Payneham. Husband of Eliza Harriet Thomas Memorial 53/499

No 20

THOMAS, John farmer Mintaro 1920 Application 26898

THOMAS, John Chapman miner Kooringa 1848. Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 151/13

No 1

THOMAS, John Henry of Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 255 County Fergusson

No 2

THOMAS, John Henry 63 widower farmer King's Park (Father: Moses Thomas) married Emily Mary MAYFIELD 59 spinster Bald Hills Yankalilla (Father: Robert Tooley Mayfield) on 6/10/1920 Inman Valley Methodist Church. Minister: Corry G CARVOSSO Witnesses: HB Mayfield farmer Inman Valley and FA Mayfield of the Bald Hills Application 28294

No 1

Thomas, John James and Sarah Jane TRENORDEN (daughter of William and Elizabeth Ann Trenorden of Summertown), married on 31/1/1887 in Holy Trinity Adelaide. Sarah Jane Thomas died 14/12/1917, of 4 days' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 47. Children of the marriage as at 1937 included Mona Iris Lenore COLLINS nee Thomas, wife of Wilfred George Collins gardener Summertown, Jack Mornington Hope Thomas gardener Summertown and Gerard Calvert Wallace Thomas motor trimmer Peterborough. Daughters Marjorie Petrel Thomas (died 1909) and Myrtle Lilian Thomas (died 1911) as spinsters Application 27946

No 2

THOMAS, John James farmer Sturt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

THOMAS, JD of Cantara 1903 Memorial 85/449

No 1

THOMAS, J Edwin accountant Adelaide 1908 Memorial 4/460

THOMAS, JE accountant Kent Town 1919 Memorial 75/479

No 1

THOMAS, John William farmer Bald Hill trustee a Chapel perhaps at Cunliffe 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

No 2

THOMAS, John William farmer Barossa Mount near Lyndoch 1891 Memorial 161/411

THOMAS, John William formerly farmer Barossa Mount near Lyndoch but now retired farmer St Peters 1926 Memorial 90/496

No 1

THOMAS, Joseph farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

No 2

THOMAS, Joseph farmer Boor Plains 1885 Memorial 143/370

No 3

THOMAS, Joseph machinist Gawler East 1900 Application 23948

No 1

THOMAS, Joseph Middlemore gentleman North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 125/87

THOMAS, Joseph Middlemore gentleman Gilberton 1874[-1875] Application 13984

No 1

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Paringa Mine 1849 Memorial 236/15

THOMAS, Josiah farmer The Meadows 1851[-1862] Memorial 71/38 Meadows Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 487/77

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Macclesfied Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 357 County Hindmarsh

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Pinda 1882 Memorial 138/337

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Hundred of Pinda 1884 Memorial 237/362

No 3

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Threetrees near Kooringa 1872, son of the late John Thomas formerly miner Kooringa 1855 and his wife July Thomas [Apparently, John Thomas died as a farmer with considerable land, in which his wife had a life interest in trust] Application 12237

THOMAS, Josiah farmer Three Trees near Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 14/5/1929. Husband of Mary Thomas. Father of Frances Maud Mary GORE. Executors; Ivan Edward Gore of Mt Bryan East and James Thomas of Redruth near Kooringa Memorial 119/502

THOMAS, KG farmer and grazier Yaninee 1948 Memorial 62/523

No 1

THOMAS, Lewis waterman Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 423/15

THOMAS, Lewis waterman Pt Adelaide 1849 Application 3768

THOMAS, Lewis mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1860 Application 1059

THOMAS, Lewis pilot boat coxwain Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1338

THOMAS, Lewis boatman Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 234/362

THOMAS, Lewis the Elder mariner Exeter, died 3/3/1889. Estate worth £3. His daughter Louisa Thomas had married William CORSTON. They had daughters Louisa and Margart Corston. Lewis Thomas the Elder's son Lewis Thomas the Younger had died some time beforehand, leaving two children, Minnie and Clarence Thomas Application 22201

THOMAS, Lindsay Howard farmer and grazier Aberdeen near Kooringa linked with Alice Evelyn Thomas widow formerly of Aberdeen but now of 85 Fisher St, Fullarton 1938 Memorial 180/512

No 1

THOMAS, Louisa Lorrie married woman Kapunda 1946. Between 1923-1948, Mrs Thomas lived from time to time in High St, Strathalbyn Application 28753

THOMAS, Louisa Lorrie married woman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Kapunda 1948 Memorial 155/522

No 1

THOMAS, Mary spinster Adelaide 1852 Memorial 116/44

No 2

THOMAS, Mary widow Willunga 1855[-1856] Relict of the late William Tyrie Thomas formerly farmer Willunga but now deceased Memorial 235/105

No 3

THOMAS, Mary married woman near Kooringa 1903[-1906] Memorial 183/449

THOMAS, Mary widow Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 26/4/1932. Mother of Frances Maud Mary GARE wife of Cornelius Wesley Gare. Mother-in-law of Alice Evelyn Thomas. Grandmother of Lindsay Howard Thomas, Lewis Wesley Pinch GARE, Lila Evelyn Gare MURPHY wife of John B Murphy of Adelaide, Ivan Edward Gare, Mavis Liliam Gare. Aunt of Mary Hannah Thomas of Aberdeen, Minetta Joy Thomas, Doris Jean Thomas and Florence May Thomas. Friend and perhaps relative of Thomas Henry HICKS of Leicester St, Parkside and Mary Ann Hicks his wife Memorial 191/505

No 1

THOMAS, Mary Josephine Sophia widow Semaphore 1885 Memorial 30/370

THOMAS, Mary Josephine Sophia widow Edward St, Norwood 1891 Memorial 236/408

THOMAS, Mary Josephine Sophia widow Norwood 1894 Application 22773

THOMAS, Mary Josephine Sophia widow formerly of Strangways Tce, North Adelaide but then of Edward St, Norwood, died 11/5/1908 Memorial 174/460

THOMAS, Mary Martha spinster Fresh Water Springs near Woodville 1866 Memorial 231/212

THOMAS, Matilda spinster Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 176/372

THOMAS, Maurice [probably the Elder] copper smelter The Bremer 1849 Memorial 95/16

No 1

THOMAS, Michael miner Kapunda 1863 Memorial 242/190

THOMAS, Michael miner Helston near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 130/220

No 1

THOMAS, Morgan gentleman Mitcham 1850 Memorial 308/22 Surgeon Mitcham 1851 Memorial 113/31

THOMAS, Morgan Esquire Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 311/35 Hundred of Clare land grant 1855 Memorial 484/88

THOMAS, Morgan gentleman Unley, shortly to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to David JONES stable keeper Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/8/1851 Enrolment 54/11

THOMAS, Morgan gentleman near Nairne 1854 Memorial 56/74

THOMAS, Morgan gentleman Unley 1855 Memorial 464/84

THOMAS, Morgan surgeon Adelaide 1855 Application 8998

THOMAS, Morgan gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 2836

THOMAS, Morgan surgeon Adelaide 1869[-1892] Memorial 167/257

THOMAS, Morgan medical practitioner Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1889 Memorial 246/398

THOMAS, Morgan surgeon Adelaide, died 8/3/1903. Estate worth £90,400. Legacies to his cousin, Mrs Claudia KIRKHOUSE of 75 Vale St, Denbigh, North Wales, Mrs Honor Ann DOWIE of Wakefield St, Adelaide, Miss Margaret JUDGE spinster Grenfell St, Adelaide, Mrs Theresa STEELE wife of Robert Moore Steele gentleman Grenfell St, Adelaide and Miss Mary Jane MUNDY the testator's housekeeper Memorial 80/448

No 1

THOMAS, Moses farmer Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 200/170

THOMAS, Moses farmer Normanville 1872 Memorial 110/262

No 2 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, Moses farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1874 Memorial 166/275

THOMAS, Moses farmer Woodville 1877 Memorial 78/304

No 3

THOMAS, Moses farmer Minlacowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

THOMAS, MM of Pt Morrison Kangaroo Island 1887 Memorial 245/387

THOMAS, Mrs of West St, Brompton 1877 Application 16408

THOMAS, Nathaniel Wallace sheepfarmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

THOMAS, Nathaniel Wilhelm/William mariner Kangaroo Island 1855 Memorial 398/86

No 1

THOMAS, Nicholas smelter The Bremer 1855 Memorial 317/88

THOMAS, Nicholas farmer near Callington 1859 Memorial 307/148

THOMAS, Nicholas farmer Callington, died 1873. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Thomas, during her lifetime, then to his five children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant - John Thomas, William Thomas, Henry Thomas, Julia Ann SINCOCK and Mary WILLSHIRE. Later in the year, John Thomas was a miner at Moonta Memorials 137 & 228/266

THOMAS, Nicholas farmer Callington, died 23/4/1873. By 1882, his widow, Elizabeth Thomas, and their son, John Thomas, lived at Mitcham Memorial 93/342

THOMAS, Nicholas farmer Callington, died 23/4/1873. Executors and trustees his son, John Thomas farmer Callington and James BERRY teacher Callington. Estate worth £100. His whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Thomas, in trust for her lifetime, then to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his five children John, William and Henry Thomas and Julia Ann SINCOCK and Mary WILTSHIRE. N Thomas made no stipulations about the disposition of real estate which his wife owned before their marriage Application 23008

No 2

THOMAS, Nicholas miner Kapunda 1853[-1864] Memorial 51/47

No 3

THOMAS, Nicholas farmer Kapunda 1857[-1860] Memorial 208/122 Bible Christian member 1862 Memorial 284/192

THOMAS, Nicholas miner formerly of Kapunda 1861 but now of Moonta 1864 Application 5833

THOMAS, Nicholas storekeeper Moonta 1866[-1870] Memorial 136/225

THOMAS, Nicholas storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1872[-1885] Memorial 44/259, Application 12029

No 1

THOMAS, Orlando Courtenay carpenter Brompton 1868[-1874] Memorial 132/228

THOMAS, Orlande Courtenay carpenter Bowden 1871[-1873] Memorial 102/255

THOMAS, Orlando Courtenay formerly tanner 1875 but now carpenter Bowden 1875 Application 14356

THOMAS, Orlando Courtenay undertaker Hindmarsh 1893 Application 22588

THOMAS, Oscar Henry painter Lower North Rd, Highbury East, aged 61 in 1957, declared that he was a son of Henry Thomas deceased and Elizabeth Jane Thomas. Alfred Edward Thomas was a brother to OH Thomas Application 29276

THOMAS, Owen grocer Wallaroo 1908 Memorial 248/459

No 1

THOMAS, Paul Clark Wesleyan Methodist minister Melrose 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

THOMAS, Paul Clark Wesleyan Methodist minister Mt Barker 1884 Memorial 207/355

THOMAS, Paul Clark Wesleyan Methodist minister Glenelg 1896[-1898] President of the SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1896 Memorial 199/431

THOMAS, Paul Clarke minister of the gospel Woodville 1910 Application 25731

No 1

THOMAS, Philip of SA [probably Penrice]1866 Memorial 157/219

THOMAS, Philip labourer Penrice 1872. He could not write Application 12117

No 2

THOMAS, Philip tailor Fullarton and Elizabeth Thomas his wife 1890 Application 21865

THOMAS, Philip tailor Adelaide and Elizabeth Thomas his wife. Some link with the COULSTON family of Fullarton 1891 Application 22184

THOMAS, Ralph George grazier Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

No 1

THOMAS, Richard miner Bremer River near the Paringa Mine 1850 Memorial 330/26

THOMAS, Richard miner formerly of Callington but now of Maryborough Vic 1872 Application 12388

THOMAS, Richard of South Melbourne Vic local agent Charles D ASTON agent Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20045

No 2

THOMAS, Richard miner SA [probably Kapunda] 1851 Memorial 105/38

No 3

THOMAS, Richard miner Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 342/59

No 4

THOMAS, Richard miner Kooringa 1883 Memorial 94/352

THOMAS, Richard labourer Kooringa 1888[-1912], died c1912. Husband of Mary Jane Thomas. Grandfather of Thomas Herbert Garfield Snell, probably a son of Joseph Snell miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 10/480

No 5

THOMAS, Richard schoolmaster Angaston 1856[-1874] Memorial 45/101

THOMAS, Richard schoolmaster College Green Angaston and Maria Thomas his wife 1861 Memorial 171/295

No 6

THOMAS, Richard labourer Angaston 1894 Memorial 40/420

No 7

THOMAS, Richard dairyman Kapunda, died c1909. Husband of Jane Thomas Memorial 64/461

THOMAS, Richard dairyman Kapunda, died 12/4/1909. He left his whole estate, valued at £716, to his wife, Jane Thomas absolutely. Jane Thomas died 30/7/1920. She left £30 to her grandson, Harry Thomas of Kapunda. The rest of the £650 estate to be divided equally absolutely amongst her two sons, Alexander Thomas packer Kapunda and William Henry Thomas baker Adelaide, and her daughter, Emily GURNEY no description 1922 Application 27095

THOMAS, Richard Lloyd warehouseman Adelaide 1876[-1883] Memorial 154/288

THOMAS, Robert printer formerly of Fleet St, London, Middlesex, England, but now of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1837 Enrolments 25/1, 28/5

No 1

THOMAS, Robert George surveyor formerly of Adelaide but now of the principality of Wales 1848[-1855] Linked with Helen Thomas of Hindley St, Adelaide Memorial 214/12

THOMAS, Robert George architect and surveyor formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide but now of Newport, Wales 1857 Memorial 238/131

THOMAS, Robert George architect and surveyor Adelaide 1861[-1873] Memorial 156/178

THOMAS, Robert George secretary Unley 1874 Memorial 119/275

THOMAS, Robert Kyffin journalist and newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/341

THOMAS, Sampson farmer Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

No 1

THOMAS, Samuel miner Kapunda Mine 1847[-1853] Memorial 223/9

No 2

THOMAS, Samuel clothier Adelaide (Rundle St) and Dinah Thomas his wife 1840 Memorials 476 & 477/1

THOMAS, Samuel tailor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1846[-1848] Section 2726 Wiltshire Special Survey land grant Memorial 460/7 THOMAS, Samuel formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide, but now farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1850 Memorial 435/24

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Barossa 1853 Memorial 479/56

THOMAS, Samuel formerly mercer Adelaide but now farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 8/57

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 214/153

THOMAS, Samuel farmer near Lyndoch Valley 1860 Application 1684

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Lyndoch 1862 Application 3188

THOMAS, Samuel farmer near Trial Hill, near Lyndoch 1870 Memorial 114/248

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Barossa East 1881 Application 18935

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Lyndoch 1882[-1891] Memorial 27/339

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Lyndoch, died 30/4/1892. Husband of Mary Thomas. Father of John William Thomas farmer Lyndoch and Mary Ann KENNEDY wife of David Kennedy farmer Lyndoch Memorial 145/415

No 3

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Echunga and Annie Thomas his wife 1947 a daughter of Alfred DAY, and a sister to Frederick Day (husband of Mary Day) Application 28448

THOMAS, Samuel farmer Echunga 1951 Application 28783

No 1

THOMAS, Sarah widow Alberton 1850 Memorial 416/25

No 2

THOMAS, Sarah widow farmer Hill River linked with William Thomas farmer Hill River 1872 Memorial 125/258

THOMAS, Stanley carpenter Ward St, Everton, aged 49 years in 1941, declared that he had lived in Everton for 43 years Application 28304

No 1

THOMAS, Stephen gentleman North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 290/182

No 2

THOMAS, Stephen farmer Yongala 1882 Memorial 56/339

THOMAS, Stephen farmer Yongala 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 418 County Dalhousie

THOMAS, Stewart garage proprietor Manoora 1954 Memorial 148/529

No 1

THOMAS, Sydney Temple accountant Adelaide 1904 Memorial 248/451, Application 24798

THOMAS, Sydney Temple company director Adelaide 1927 Memorial 36/498

THOMAS, Terry Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 14 County Adelaide

No 1

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 3/3

No 1

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Adelaide (West Tce) purchased allotments in Arthur St, Unley 1852 Memorial 423/44

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Unley owned allotments in Arthur St 1854 Memorial 193/70

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Adelaide owned allotments in Arthur St, Unley 1855 Memorial 245/87

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Kapunda owned allotments in Arthur St, Unley 1860 Memorial 283/162

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

No 1

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Adelaide purchased land at O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 487/69

THOMAS, Thomas farm labourer O'Halloran Hill 1863 Application 3995

THOMAS, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1854 but now farmer O'Halloran Hill 1865 Application 6583

No 4

THOMAS, Thomas miner Kooringa 1848. Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Enrolment 61/4

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Kooringa 1852 Memorial 270/39

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Skillogolee Creek 1854[-1859] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 445/70 Upper Wakefield District Councillor 1856 Memorial 375/96

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Orchard Farm near Clare 1854 Memorial 76/74

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Orchard Farm Skillogolee Creek near Leasingham linked with Thomas Thomas farm servant of the same address 1864 Memorial 322/194

THOMAS, Thomas farmer formerly of Kooringa 1849 but now of Orchard Farm near Leasingham 1867 Application 8339

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Orchard Farm near Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 3

THOMAS, Thomas carpenter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 319/37

THOMAS, Thomas carpenter Thebarton 1854 Memorial 173/65

No 5

THOMAS, Thomas yeoman Tapley Hill 1857 Memorial 282/116

No 6

THOMAS, Thomas farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Hall land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 214 County Stanley

No 7

THOMAS, Thomas the Younger farmer near Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

No 8 – perhaps the same person

THOMAS, Thomas miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

THOMAS, Thomas storekeeper Kapunda Co Light. Appila township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 480 County Frome

No 9

THOMAS, Thomas tripe dresser Woodville 1871[-1883] Memorial 64/256, Application 15243

No 10

THOMAS, Thomas gentleman Jamestown Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 3 County Newcastle

No 11

THOMAS, Thomas storeman Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19513

No 12

THOMAS, Thomas labourer Oakbank 1883 Application 19774

No 13

THOMAS, Thomas gentleman Jamestown 1889 Memorial 200/396

No 14

THOMAS, Thomas clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 105/424

No 1

THOMAS, Thomas Butler salesman Fisher St, Norwood 1894 Application 22805

THOMAS, Thomas Butler draper Adelaide 1895[-1895] Memorial 200/426, Application 23840

THOMAS, Thomas Eggleston Methodist Minister Leeson, Province Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand, died 6/3/1909. His wife and 2 sons, Henrietta Thomas late of Leeson, but now of Christchurch, Thomas Theodore Thomas Methodist Minister, late of Dannevirke, Hawkes Bay District, but now of Palmerston, and Frank Felstead Thomas draper Invercargill New Zealand, gave power of attorney to Thomas Thomas farmer Balaklava, to manage their father’s SA business affairs 14/4/1909 Deposit 33/1909

THOMAS, Thomas James and John Parker Thomas farmers Upper Skilley, Co Stanley, power of attorney to Thomas WILTSHIRE storekeeper Blyth, to manage two parcels of land in the Hundred of Upper Wakefield (Sections 330 & 480 containing a farm house) and Hundred of Hall (Sections 334, 337, 343 used for grazing), which the men inherited under the will of Mary THOMAS, dated 16/3/1879 Deposit 80/1880

THOMAS, TJ of Tavistock Buildings, Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855 Memorial 304/95

THOMAS, Walter chairmaker Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1841 Memorial 10/250

THOMAS, Walter Grenfell stock and station agent Adelaide 1920 Application 26850

THOMAS, Watkin shoemaker Penrice 1859 Memorial 161/157

THOMAS, WG agent Adelaide (47 Currie St) 1918 Memorial 32/477

THOMAS, Wilhelm farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 232/155

No 1

THOMAS, William the Younger miner Adelaide 1846[-1853] Memorial 242/6 Hundred of Willunga land grant 1853 Memorial 372/52

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

THOMAS, William miner Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Willunga land grant Memorial 304/54

THOMAS, William farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 234/105

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THOMAS, William miner North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 266/34

THOMAS, William miner Fifth Creek 1865 Memorial 91/207

THOMAS, William the Elder farmer Fifth Creek, died 1868. By 1888, his family still lived in the Fifth Creek area. Sally Thomas his widow. Children - William Thomas the Younger miner, Grace LEWIS wife of Robert Lewis labourer, Joseph Thomas labourer, John Thomas labourer, Elizabeth Thomas spinster, Edwin Thomas labourer and Henry Thomas labourer Memorial 134/391

THOMAS, William formerly the Younger carter Fifth Creek 1871 Application 11614

THOMAS, William formerly the Younger, James and John farmers Fifth Creek near Adelaide 1876 Application 15210

THOMAS, William the Elder farmer Mt Lily Fifth Creek, died 9/6/1868. His widow, Sally Thomas, died 5/9/1899. Family as of 1900 - William Thomas gardener Montacute, Henry Thomas gardener Montacute, Joseph Thomas, John Thomas, James Thomas and Edwin Thomas all gardeners Montacute, and Elizabeth POWELL wife of Walter Albert Powell gardener Montacute. The testator's daughter, Grace LEWIS nee Thomas, died 18/11/1892 (widow of Robert Boyle Lewis and mother of Travers William Lewis miner Boulder City Kalgoorlie WA) Memorial 133/440 

THOMAS, William farmer Mt Lily Fifth Creek, died 9/6/1868. His widow, Sally Thomas, died 18/11/1892. Daughter Grace LEWIS wife of Robert Boyle Lewis, died 18/11/1892 leaving one surviving child, Travers William Lewis miner Boulder City WA in 1903. Other children of William and Sally Thomas as at 1903 included - William Thomas, Joseph Thomas, John Thomas, James Thomas, and Edwin Thomas gardeners Montacute, and Elizabeth POWELL wife of Walter Albert Powell gardener Montacute 1903 Memorial 167/448

THOMAS, William the Elder farmer Fifth Creek, died 9/6/1868. His real estate to his wife, Sally Thomas, in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Sally Thomas died 1899 intestate. Children - William Thomas the Younger, Joseph Thomas, John Thomas, James Thomas, Elizabeth Thomas, Edwin Thomas, Henry Thomas and Grace LEWIS nee Thomas. Grace Lewis died date unknown; her son, Travers W Lewis, inherited her portion. Henry Thomas sold his portion to the others for £150 1902 Application 24360

THOMAS, Sally widow Fifth Creek leased 16 acres of Section 1000 Hundred of Adelaide to the Mt Griffiths Silver and Copper Mining Co Ltd of Cornstock Chambers, Adelaide. Leased terminated after Supreme Court case 1888[-1891] Memorials 134/391, 244/406

No 4

THOMAS, William shoemaker Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 60/38

No 5

THOMAS, William blacksmith Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853[-1855] Memorial 60/59

No 6

THOMAS, William mason North Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 481/73

No 7

THOMAS, William gardener New Tiers Gardens 1854[-1858] [New Tiers Gardens appears to have something to do with Section 1202 Hundred of Onkaparinga] Memorial 431/76

THOMAS, William gardener New Tiers 1855 Memorial 485/79

THOMAS, William gardener near Crafers 1861 Memorial 310/173

No 8

THOMAS, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1855[-1867] Memorial 365/81

THOMAS, William farmer Section 248 Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 2/101

THOMAS, William farmer near Auburn 1862 Application 3312

THOMAS, William farmer Auburn 1868 Memorial 104/230

THOMAS, William farmer East Auburn 1874 Memorial 123/278

THOMAS, William farmer East Auburn 1874 Application 13566

THOMAS, William out of business Auburn 1886 Application 20956

No 9

THOMAS, William carpenter Pewsey Vale purchased allotments next to the German Cemetery in Lyndoch 1858 Memorial 114/135

THOMAS, William carpenter Pewsey Vale 1862 Application 3520

No 10 - perhaps a continuation of No 9

THOMAS, William miner Williamstown 1861 Memorial 193/171

No 11

THOMAS, William blacksmith Norwood 1865[-1866] Memorial 321/202

THOMAS, William [formerly blacksmith Norwood but now] gasfitter Kent Town (King William St) 1877 Memorial 64/297

THOMAS, William of the SA Gas Company 1877 Application 15909

THOMAS, William gasfitter [formerly of Kent Town but now of] Adelaide and Ann Thomas his wife 1878[-1881] Memorial 134/313

THOMAS, William gas fitter Adelaide 1881. He had executed a deed of settlement against his wife, Ann Thomas, on 13/11/1878, against creditors’ claims against her debts. Ann Thomas died 13/12/1880. Application 18653

No 12

THOMAS, William baker Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 310/200

THOMAS, William assistant Moonta 1865[-1867] Memorial 181/206

THOMAS, William grocer's assistant Moonta 1867 Memorial 186/222

No 13

THOMAS, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Enrolment 24/35

No 14 - perhaps a continuation of No 13

THOMAS, William labourer Alberton 1869 Memorial 127/242

THOMAS, William labourer Dale St, Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 44/270

THOMAS, William and Thomas GROSE of Pt Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of W Thomas & Co 1890 Memorial 245/406

No 15

THOMAS, William of Angaston 1865 Memorial 143/201

No 16

THOMAS, William iron founder Currency Creek 1867 Memorial 1/227

No 17

THOMAS, William draper Adelaide 1870 Memorial 72/250

No 18 - perhaps a continuation of No 17

THOMAS, Wiliam gentleman North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 212/289

THOMAS, Wiliam gentleman near Mitcham 1881 Memorial 231/334

No 19 - likely to be the same person

THOMAS, William farmer Clare 1877 Memorial 209/302

THOMAS, William farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

THOMAS, William farmer Hill River near Clare Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

THOMAS, William farmer Hill River 1881[-1890] Memorial 131/331

No 20 - perhaps the same person

THOMAS, William builder Adelaide 1877 Application 16371

THOMAS, William builder Adelaide 1878 Application 16998

THOMAS, W builder Kent Town 1883 Application 19746

No 21 - perhaps the same family

THOMAS, William accountant Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16304

THOMAS, William the Younger clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 213/351

No 21

THOMAS, William bootmaker Mintaro Hundred of Ayers land grant 1877 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 22

THOMAS, William the Younger farmer Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

No 23

THOMAS, William farmer Levi Hill near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 45 County Kimberley

No 24

THOMAS, William farmer Hundred of Hall a son and executor of the late James Thomas formerly farmer Hundred of Hall but now deceased. Other executors: Mary Thomas and Moses Thomas farmer Hundred of Hall Co Stanley 1884 Memorial 135/356

No 25

THOMAS, William stationer Kapunda 1884 Memorial 157/359

THOMAS, William bookseller Kapunda 1884 Application 20189

THOMAS, William bookseller Kapunda 1897 Memorial 74/430

THOMAS, William gentleman Kapunda, died 5/11/1900. Estate worth £8,134. Father of Hilda Beatrice AFFORD married woman Kapunda Memorial 41/443
No 26

THOMAS, William farmer Barunga 1884 Memorial 188/416

No 27

THOMAS, William labourer Callington, died 10/10/1885 intestate. Husband of Margreta Thomas 1909 Memorial 11/462

No 28

THOMAS, William farmer near Kooringa 1910[-1913] Memorial 150/462

THOMAS, William retired farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1918 Memorial 2/477

No 29

THOMAS, William formerly stevedore Ward St, Rosewater, then Everton, but then out of business Kelmscott WA, died 20/12/1929 Application 27375

THOMAS, William of Everton formerly stevedore but then out of business, died c1933. Father of David Alfred Thomas, John Nicholas Thomas, William Stanley Thomas (husband of Ettie Maud Thomas), Annie Elizabeth WHITE nee Thomas wife of Richard Henry Bennett White and Sarah POCOCK no description. Grandfather of Clifford Samuel GREEN Memorial 161/506

No 1

THOMAS, William Andrew and THOMAS Richard labourers Penrice 1909 Application 25649

THOMAS, William Andrew gardener Penrice near Angaston 1911 Application 25995

No 1

THOMAS, William Dunstan grocer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 166/307

THOMAS, William Dunstan grocer Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1878 Application 16791

THOMAS, William Dunstan grocer Adelaide Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 545 County Frome

No 1

THOMAS, William Edward dentist Adelaide 1915 Memorial 18/472

THOMAS, William Edward dentist formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1925[-1930] Memorial 97/494

THOMAS, William George timber salesman Adelaide 1866 Memorial 196/216

THOMAS, WG of Kapunda 1909 Memorial 11/461

THOMAS, WH storekeeper Cowarie 1889 Memorial 95/396

No 1

THOMAS, William Henry omnibus proprietor Kensington 1876 Memorial 63/296

No 2 – perhaps the same person

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 136 County Stanley

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Mannanarie land grants 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 80 County Dalhousie

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Yatina Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 71 County Stanley

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Mannanarie 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Tarcowie 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 86 County Dalhousie

No 3

THOMAS, William Henry farmer Crystal Brook 1932 Memorial 26/506

No 1

THOMAS, William James farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

THOMAS, William James farmer Baroota trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

THOMAS, William Jones out of business Burra North, aged 82 in 1953, declared that he had lived in Burra for over 30 years Application 28788

No 1

THOMAS, William Kyffin printer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 500/3

THOMAS, William Kyffin farmer Great North Road near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 367/13

THOMAS, William Kyffin printer North Road near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 287/34

THOMAS, William Kyffin newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1865[-1869] Memorial 9/205

No 1

THOMAS, William Newitt gentleman Athelstone 1858 Memorial 33/147

THOMAS, William Newitt gentleman Fairford NSW, power of attorney to Elizabeth Caroline ROGERS spinster Tusmore, to manage his freehold property in Norwood 17/11/1873 Deposit 194/1874

THOMAS, William Newitt gentleman [formerly of Athelstone but now of] Sydney NSW 1874 Memorial 147/273

THOMAS, William Newitt gentleman Fairford NSW 1874 Memorial 98/278

THOMAS, William Richard Fox gentleman Adelaide about to marry Elizabeth JENKINS widow Cowandilla linked with Charles Stephens Jenkins and William Harding Jenkins clerks Cowandilla 1883 Memorial 232/353

No 1

THOMAS, William R clerk to Mr JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 206/14

THOMAS, William Rodolph gentleman Great North Road 1850 Memorial 82/26

THOMAS, William R clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 486/29

THOMAS, William Rodolph clerk to Messrs W & HB JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1855 Memorial 283/93

THOMAS, William Rodolph gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 285/188

No 1

THOMAS, William Tyrie farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 173/42

THOMAS, William Tyrie farmer Willunga. Husband of Mary Thomas. Children mentioned but not named 1855 Memorial 358/83

THOMAS, William Tyrie farmer Willunga, died c1855. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Thomas, until the youngest child turned 21 when the estate had to be sold and the profits distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst their children. William Thomas could not write. Trustees William WATTERS the Elder and Richard HILL farmers Willunga Application 28073

THOME, William labourer Magill 1850 Memorial 432/19

THOMES, Henry Byron of the Dirty Light 1858 Memorial 82/141

THOMPSON, Agnes servant to Sir Samuel and Lady DAVENPORT of Beaumont House. £100 in the late Sir Samuel's will 'for faithful services rendered' 1906 Memorial 73/456

No 1

THOMPSON, Alexander gentleman Arran Bank near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 401/67

No 2

THOMPSON, Alexander gardener Adelaide 1870 Application 10720

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

THOMPSON, Alexander farmer North Road near Adelaide 1886 Memorial 219/380

THOMPSON, Andrew storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1892, the elder of two brothers of the firm of A Thompson & Co Application 27857

THOMPSON, Andrew Clark draper's assistant College Park and Maria Thompson his wife [perhaps a Miss BARBER before her marriage?] 1887 Memorial 47/385

THOMPSON, Anna of New Hamburgh 1860 Memorial 234/168

No 1

THOMPSON, Archibald Graham and William Robert stockholders Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 235/328

THOMPSON, Archibald Graham sheep farmer Venus Bay linked with William Robert Thompson sheep farmer Streaky Bay 1881 Memorial 224/331

THOMPSON, Archibald Graham and William Robert sheep farmers Calca and Talia 1882 Memorial 35/345

THOMPSON, Athol Glen Roy farmer Modbury 1926[-1938] Memorial 183/495

THOMPSON, Benjamin farmer Mundoora 1897 Memorial 133/431

THOMPSON, Cephas of Prince's Town near Kooringa 1873 Application 12590

No 1 - probably the same person

THOMPSON, Charles farmer near Pt Wakefield 1872 Memorial 184/257

THOMPSON, Charles licensed victualler Terminus Hotel Pt Wakefield [Did he later move to the Launceston Hotel Waymouth St, Adelaide?] 1873 Memorial 30/270

No 2

THOMPSON, Charles farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

No 3

THOMPSON, Charles farmer near Woodside 1885 Memorial 197/370, Application 20781

No 3

THOMPSON, Charles drover Adelaide, about to leave the state, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN solicitor Adelaide, to secure his entitlement to a certain settlement concerning his parents John Thompson gentleman Sturt and Elizabeth Thompson his wife; also a share in the estate of his sister Elizabeth Thompson, who died 15/8/1901. Dated 8/2/1902 Deposit 5/1902

THOMPSON, Charles drover presently of Adelaide but about to leave SA and Jane Thompson spinster children of John Thompson gentleman late of the Sturt and Elizabeth Thompson his wife 1902. Another child, Elizabeth Thompson, died 15/8/1901 intestate Memorial 21/445

No 1

THOMPSON, Charles John carpenter Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 271/142

THOMPSON, Charles John joiner Morphett Vale 1859[-1860] Memorial 214/156

No 1

THOMPSON, Clara and Jane spinsters Stockport on the Gilbert 1879 Memorial 1/318

THOMPSON, Clara and Jane spinsters Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Light land grant 1886 Grant Book 44 Page 190 County Light

No 1

THOMPSON, Colin labourer Burra Burra 1851 Memorial 43/36

THOMPSON, Colin labourer Redruth 1851 Memorial 249/38

No 1

THOMPSON, David labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 477/21

THOMPSON, David yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 312/42

THOMPSON, David farmer Bowden 1854 Memorial 437/64

THOMPSON, David yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 326/63

No 2

THOMPSON, David farmer Lower Finniss 1868[-1881] Memorial 7/229, Application 18656

THOMPSON, David farmer Milang Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

No 3 – probably a continuation of No 2

THOMPSON, David farmer Binnum near Narracoorte 1879 Memorial 93/320

No 4

THOMPSON, David the Elder head roller Queen St, Knoxville 1917 Application 26561

THOMPSON, Edward farmer Quorn 1884 Memorial 120/358

No 1

THOMPSON, Elizabeth Mace formerly of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 93/261

THOMPSON, Elizabeth Mace of Adelaide, whose property is protected by a Supreme Court order 30/6/1870 under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1867, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Richard Bullock ANDREWS and Alfred BONNIN solicitors Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 11/3/1873. Her estranged husband called Thomas Thompson Deposit 119/1873

THOMPSON, Elizabeth Mace formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1873 Memorial 20/268

THOMPSON, Elizabeth Mace married woman Halcyon Cottage, Stanley St, North Adelaide 1888, wife of Thomas Thompson, had had her income protected against interference by her husband since 1870 when her address was given as Adelaide. Links with the HJ HOOD family of Wallaroo Memorial 244/392 & Enrolment 81/51

THOMPSON, Elizabeth Mace widow North Adelaide probably mother to Vallis Bessie Thompson spinster North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 224/430

THOMPSON, Ellen of Norwood. Robert L Thompson mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 151/390

THOMPSON, EP clerk Kapunda 1884 Memorial 240/355

THOMPSON, Evelyn and Jessie Florence (JFT turned 21 on 3/7/1890) spinsters Brown St, Adelaide linked with a John Thompson no description 1899 Memorial 91/437

THOMPSON, F painter George St, Thebarton 1911 Application 25969

THOMPSON, Frederick William George dairyfarmer Macclesfield and Edith Thompson his wife 1945[-1950] Memorial 11/519

No 1

THOMPSON, George farmer McLaren Vale 1850 Trustee McLaren Vale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 375/23

No 2

THOMPSON, George carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 464/73

THOMPSON, George of Emerald Hill Vic owned land at Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 296/189

No 3

THOMPSON, George storekeeper Arkaba. Edeowie (Hundred of Edeowie) township allotment land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 66 Page 114 County Taunton

No 4

THOMPSON. George labourer Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 57/216

No 5

THOMPSON, George storekeeper Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 6

THOMPSON, George farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

No 7

THOMPSON, George farmer Balaklava 1883[-1895] Memorial 82/347

No 8 – perhaps a continuation of No 7

THOMPSON, George of Erith 1888 Memorial 2/395

No 9

THOMPSON, George manager Adelaide Co-operative Society Ltd Nelson St, Adelaide 1891 Application 22184

No 10

THOMPSON, George farmer Renmark 1900 Application 23970

No 11

THOMPSON, George labourer Royal Park 1920 Memorial 97/480

THOMPSON, George H mounted constable Roper River Northern Territory of SA 1898 Memorial 176/436

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THOMPSON, George Robert salt manufacturer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 177/9

THOMPSON, George Robert salt manufacturer Pt Gawler 1853 Memorial 348/54 Salt refiner Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 477/62

THOMPSON, George Robert farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1858] Memorial 153/83

THOMPSON, George Robert the Younger poundkeeper Pt Gawler 1857 Memorial 314/114

THOMPSON, George Robert the Elder, George Robert the Younger and William salt manufacturers Pt Gawler 1859[-1861] Memorial 167/162

THOMPSON, George Robert stockholder Stockport 1876[-1876] Memorial 84/293

No 1 - possibly the same person

THOMPSON, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 218/20

THOMPSON, Henry foreman of works for the firm of ENGLISH & BROWN builders Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1865 Memorial 274/204

THOMPSON, Henry builder Adelaide 1874 Application 13351

THOMPSON, Henry builder and Elizabeth Brown widow Adelaide, in the estate of Henry Brown deceased 1882 Application 19465

No 2

THOMPSON, Henry farmer Whites Flat near Pt Lincoln 1902[-1903] Memorial 80/446

THOMPSON, Henry Earles gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 456/73

THOMPSON, Henry John builder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 243/343

No 1

THOMPSON, Henry William storeman Pt Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 275/196, Application 8081

THOMPSON, Henry William ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1874[-1896] Memorial 228/275, Application 18246

THOMPSON, Henry William merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 127/302

THOMPSON, Henry William ship chandler Pt Adelaide and Mary Anne Thompson his wife 1892 Application 22352

THOMPSON, Henry William MLC of Pt Adelaide linked with James Taylor Thompson ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 76/450

THOMPSON, Hugh David McConnell labourer Hahndorf Application 25090

No 1

THOMPSON, Isaac butcher Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1850 Memorial 428/22

THOMPSON, Isaac butcher formerly of Elizabeth St, Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1855 Memorial 357/89

No 1 - James Thompson the Elder

THOMPSON, James labourer Bowden 1840 Application 6704

THOMPSON, James yeoman Bowden 1841 Application 6704

THOMPSON, James farmer Para Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 356/40

THOMPSON, James land owner The Myrtle near the Little Para 1855 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 27/104

THOMPSON, James farmer Pt Gawler. He eventually returned to Salisbury 1857[-1860] Memorial 121/126

THOMPSON, James farmer Salisbury 1874 Memorial 140/276

No 2

THOMPSON, James labourer Adelaide 1847[-1849] Memorial 496/14

THOMPSON, James farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 404/20

THOMPSON, James yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 183/66 Formerly yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 491/54 Now yeoman Alberton 1853 Apparently, he returned to Adelaide Memorial 103/55 Linked with John Thompson of Alberton Memorial 102/55

THOMPSON, James farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1874[-1875] Memorial 131/275

No 3

THOMPSON, James and KEKWICK, William Darton storekeepers and co-partners Kooringa 1850 Memorial 84/25

No 4 - James Thompson the Younger (native born Bowden)

THOMPSON, James farmer Lower Light and Mary Thompson his wife 1869 Application 9711

THOMPSON, James the Younger farmer near Salisbury 1883 Memorial 196/349

THOMPSON, James out of business Salisbury 1906. His wife, Mary Thompson, died 2/4/1906. Parents of Patrick Thompson farmer Penfield, Eliza Ann Thompson, Immaculate O'BRIEN wife of Michael John O'Brien farmer Freeling, Teresa Jane Thompson, and Cicely Ruth Thompson. Estate worth £570 Memorial 168/492

THOMPSON, Mary wife of James gentleman Salisbury, died 2/4/1906. She left her personal estate absolutely and her real estate in trust for life to her husband, then her general store to her daughter, Eliza Ann Thompson, other real estate to her son Patrick Thompson farmer Penfield, and further real estate to her three other daughters. Her husband, James Thompson gentleman Salisbury, died 13/1/1925, of heart failure and senility, aged 84. Born at Bowden. Married aged 24. The 4 daughters by 1932: Theresa Jane O'BRIEN married woman Salisbury, Eliza Ann DOYLE wife of Edward DOYLE sheep farmer Hamley Bridge; Cicely Ruth O'LEARY wife of Andrew Patrick O'Leary of Abbotshall Rd, Lower Mitcham formerly miller Salisbury, and Mary Immaculate O'BRIEN wife of Michael Joseph O'Brien formerly farmer Dry Creek then Freeling late of 9 Royal Ave, Adelaide, died 9/6/1926 intestate Application 27880

No 5

THOMPSON, James farmer Riverbank Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) trustee. [Eventually, he moved to Mt Gambier] Memorial 262/128

THOMPSON, James farmer Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 6

THOMPSON, James labourer The Stockyards Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 160/164

No 7

THOMPSON, James domestic servant Norwood, died c1864. He left his entire estate to his mother to divide equally absolutely amongst all her children Memorial 333/194

No 8

THOMPSON, James builder Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to David TWEEDIE land agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and manage his SA business affairs 1/3/1882 Deposit 208/1882

No 9

THOMPSON, James engineer Brompton 1883 Application 20009

No 9

THOMPSON, James and Anne Thompson his wife, lived on Allotment 15 in the township of Syleham nr Robe between 1889 and his death on 11/11/1929 Application 28530

THOMPSON, Anne widow Hackney Rd, Hackney 1947, relict of James Thompson who died 11/11/1929 and mother of Catherine Thompson spinster Robe. Mrs Thompson declared that she had been born on 21/4/1861 Naracoorte and came to live in Robe on 18/4/1877. She and her husband, James Thompson, lived at Syleham Town and reared a large family Application 28530

No 10

THOMPSON, James plasterer Fisherville 1896 Application 23209

THOMPSON, James plasterer Exeter 1912 Application 26071

No 11

THOMPSON, James farmer Erith Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1901 Grant Book 26 Page 116 County Gawler

THOMPSON, James Henry bank clerk Melbourne Vic linked with Elizabeth Thompson widow Glenelg 1893 Memorial 187/417

THOMPSON, James Taylor ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1904 Application 24796

No 1

THOMPSON, Jane widow Flaxman Valley [relict of the late John Thompson formerly stockholder Tungkillo but now deceased], died c1868. She left legacies for her children - her daughter Janet GILL wife of John Ryland Gill, the testator's son, John Little Thompson and his wife Jemima Thompson, the testator's son William Thompson and her son Archibald Graham Thompson. Legacies to the grandchildren - William Carey Gill, Laura Graham Gill, Lydia Gill, Ryland Oke Gill, John Thompson, Charles Low Thompson. Trustees: William LILLECRAPP the Elder gentleman Kenton Valley and Archibald LITTLE gentleman Mt Barker Memorial 13/233

No 2

THOMPSON, Jane formerly of Pt Augusta 1887 Memorial 102/384

No 3

THOMPSON, John miner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 245/15

THOMPSON, John miner Nailsworth 1850[-1854] Memorial 361/26

THOMPSON, John farmer Nailsworth 1857 Memorial 187/117

THOMPSON, John farmer North Road 1857 Memorial 29/117

THOMPSON, John miner North Road 1857[-1859] Memorial 261/117

THOMPSON, John overseer Nailsworth 1894 Memorial 47/420

THOMPSON, John overseer Nailsworth Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

No 4 - the Elder

THOMPSON, John butcher Adelaide 1853[-1858] Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1853 Memorial 400/61

THOMPSON, John butcher Adelaide leased a shop in Town Acre 39 Rundle St for 18 years from 1854. George SOWARD builder Adelaide (Rundle St) owned the premises Memorial 186/64

THOMPSON, John farmer Gilbert River 1854 Memorial 83/73

THOMPSON, John formerly farmer Gilbert River but now butcher and stockholder Adelaide (Rundle St) 1859 Memorial 118/160

THOMPSON, John stockholder Adelaide and Elizabeth Thompson his wife 1861 Memorial 105/284

THOMPSON, John cattle dealer Marion Road 1867 Memorial 204/220

THOMPSON, John gentleman The Sturt and Elizabeth Thompson his wife formerly Elizabeth SYME daughter of Charles Syme. 3 sons and 4 daughters in the John Thompson family 1868 Memorial 221/230

THOMPSON, John gentleman The Sturt, settlement of Section 58 Survey B South Road, Also Sections 86. 87, 114, 115 Survey B, upon his wife, Elizabeth nee SYME, in trust for life. After her death, the land to be sold and the proceeds shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his 8 children 6/12/1875 Enrolment 32/52

THOMPSON, Elizabeth widow Glenelg linked with Jane Thompson spinster Glenelg 1894 Memorial 201/422

Thompson, John gentleman Marion, and Elizabeth Thompson his wife nee Elizabeth SYME. Evelyn Thompson, born 27/4/1872, was a daughter. Elizabeth Thompson, widow of John Thompson grazier 3d Ave, East Adelaide, died 15/8/1901, of heart disease, aged 70 Application 24289

No 5

FIND sort out land with John Thomson; find another reference to TOB.

THOMPSON, John farmer [formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but then of] Peachey Belt, died 26/2/1865. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Lydia Thompson nee GROOM, for her lifetime or until her second marriage, then specific bequests of land absolutely in remainder expectant to his two sons, John William Thompson and George Richard Thompson (died 12/4/1871, leaving a widow but no children), and money to his two daughters, Phoebe Jane Thompson (died 13/5/1873 a spinster) and Mary Ann Elizabeth Thompson. The rest of the real and personal estate to be sold, and the proceeds to be distributed equally absolutely amongst the surviving children (or descendants having their parent’s share), once the youngest child had turned 21. However, John Thompson not to receive any more if his brother or sisters died, but his children to get his share if he died. First trustees - Lewis HANSON farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt (died c1882 Ballarat Vic) and William BUCKLEY farmer Peachey Belt (died 16/8/1883) and the testator’s widow (who must have died by 1885). The youngest child, Mary Ann Elizabeth PACKER took the trustees to court 12/12/1885 (No 211/1885) to protest about the division of the property after her mother died. She claimed she should get her brother GR Thompson’s land, as her brother, John William Thompson, was not to get more than his original share when the estate was settled. New trustees - John ROBBINS farmer Stockport, John Henry AFFORD grocer Adelaide, and Alfred MARCH farmer Mallala. However, John Thompson the Elder had mortgaged Sections 5029 & 5046 Hundred of Pt Adelaide for £200 to William Henry MATURIN, which by assignment had ended up to Chief Justice Sir Samuel Way at the time of the trial. Not enough money remained in the personal estate to repay the mortgage. Mrs Packer to get her brother GR Thompson’s Section provided she repay three quarters of the mortgage over her surviving brother’s share. Her surviving brother to get his section, provided he pay a quarter of the repayment of £221/17/- due to lift the mortgage on the property. Judgement apparently in March 1886 Application 20958

No 6 - perhaps the same person

THOMPSON, John labourer Onkaparinga 1854 Memorial 330/64

THOMPSON, John the Elder farmer Woodside 1861[-1863] Memorial 32/176, Application 4834

No 8

THOMPSON, John miner Redruth 1858[-1859] Memorial 212/134

THOMPSON, John possibly miner Wallaroo 1861 Memorial 324/173

THOMPSON, John miner Kadina 1873 Memorial 142/269

No 9 - possibly the same person

THOMPSON, John stockholder Murrabinna Station South-East District 1859 - possibly belongs here Memorial 389/160

THOMSON, John farmer Meyah Hundred of Hynam Co MacDonnell 1886[-1888] Memorial 11/376

No 7

THOMPSON, John Esquire Adelaide 1863 Application 4341

No 7

THOMPSON, John Esquire York Villa, Nunhead, England, power of attorney to Robert FREW gentleman Adelaide, to sell portion of his allotments in the township of Currency Creek, for the purpose of laying the tramline of the Strathalbyn and Middleton Tramway Co 23/3/1867 Enrolment 24/48

No 5

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

No 6

THOMPSON, John labourer Allendale East. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

No 7 - the Younger

THOMPSON, John agent Adelaide 1894 Memorial 83/421

THOMPSON, John the Younger miner Niagara WA son of Elizabeth Thompson widow Adelaide (Brown St) 1898 Memorial 87/435

No 1

THOMPSON, John Edward baker Adelaide (Currie St) 1853 Memorial 61/60

THOMPSON, John Edward eating house keeper Melbourne Vic owned land in Alberton 1857 Memorial 124/290

No 1

THOMPSON, John H clerk Wallaroo linked with Elizabeth Mace Thompson widow North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 179/368

THOMPSON, John Henry bank clerk Moonta. Did he later take up land as a farmer? 1888 Memorials 137/389, 92/430

THOMPSON, John Nicholas plumber North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 220/365

THOMPSON, John William farmer near Virginia 1885 Memorial 97/364

THOMPSON, JW of 35 Rundle St, Adelaide 1906 Memorial 99/455

No 1

THOMPSON, Leonard George labourer Virginia and Beatrice May Thompson his wife 1915 Memorial 83/473

THOMPSON, Leonard George labourer Virginia and Beatrice May Thompson his wife 1925 Application 27328

THOMPSON, Mary Jane spinster Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

THOMPSON, Matthew drayman Adelaide 1853 Marryatville allotments purchase Memorial 218/47

THOMPSON, Matthew dairyman Adelaide 1853 [Did M Thompson really change occupations or was the information misread?] Memorial 99/58

THOMPSON, Paul accountant Adelaide 1915 Memorial 42/473

No 1

THOMPSON, Pikoars labourer Auburn 1867 and Catherine Dean Thompson his wife formerly CDT WILSON widow of the late James Wilson formerly stockkeeper Kooringa who died 24/12/1859  Memorial 36/226

THOMPSON, Pikoars labourer Auburn 1867 Application 8467

THOMPSON, Ralph farmer Upper North Road 1857 Memorial 335/126

No 1

THOMPSON, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 237/62

THOMPSON, Richard labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1858 Memorial 157/137

THOMPSON, Richard labourer Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4729

THOMPSON, Richard formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now out of business Exeter 1904 Application 2489

THOMPSON, Richard formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now out of business Exmouth Rd, Exeter 1904 Memorial 85/452

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THOMPSON, Richard cordwainer Le Fevre Peninsula 1870 Memorial 21/250

No 3

THOMPSON, Richard farmer Waitpinga 1866 Memorial 19/493

THOMPSON, Richard farmer Waitpinga, died 13/9/1889. Estate worth £458. Husband of Julia Thompson formerly Julia JAGGER formerly Julia GLOVER. Mrs Thompson widow North Adelaide, died 19/7/1921. Mother of Eleanor Thomson, Julia OWEN, Sarah Watters HUNKIN, and Elizabeth TICKLE. Estate worth £250 Memorials 138 & 139/485

No 1

THOMPSON, Robert gingerbeer maker Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 482/20

No 2

THOMPSON, Robert farmer The Little Para Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 166/219

THOMPSON, Robert farmer Gawler Plains 1861[-1869] Memorial 326/172

No 3

THOMPSON, Robert contractor Magill Road Co Adelaide. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 185 County Daly

THOMSON, Robert contractor Norwood Co Adelaide. Percyton (later Barunga Gap Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 186 County Daly

No 4

THOMPSON, Robert farmer St Kilda near Salisbury Hundred of Dublin land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

No 5

THOMPSON, Robert farmer Waitpinga 1895 Memorial 106/424

No 6

THOMPSON, Robert storekeeper Quorn 1899 Memorial 154/439

THOMPSON, Robert undertaker Quorn 1900 Application 26958

THOMPSON, Theodore farmer Mt Barker 1856[-1894] Memorial 134/103, Application 22649

No 1

THOMPSON, Thomas hawker Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 225 County Manchester

No 2

THOMPSON, Thomas clerk Mt Pleasant 1910 [Probably employed at TOWNSEND's flour mill Memorial 69/463

THOMPSON, Thomas Roy painter and decorator North Adelaide (138 Gover St) 1951 Memorial 177/526

No 1

THOMPSON, Walter licensed victualler Adelaide and Elizabeth Thompson his wife purchased the unexpired lease for the Oakfield Hotel Flinders St, Adelaide from Alfred Pinchbeck for £200 in 1887. They sold the lease in 1889 to John MURPHY publican Adelaide for £150 Memorials 88/386, 211/399

THOMPSON, Walter collector Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

THOMPSON, Walter messenger Adelaide 1890[-1900] Memorial 103/408

THOMPSON, Walter formerly messenger Adelaide but now gardener Fifth Creek 1900 Application 24111

No 1

THOMPSON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1841 Application 7492

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THOMPSON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 298/42

THOMPSON, William formerly labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 but now innkeeper Second Valley nr Yankalilla 1863 Application 3821

No 3

THOMPSON, William mariner Kangaroo Island 1847 Memorial 60/8

THOMPSON, William mariner [formerly of Kangaroo Island but now of] Adelaide 1848 Memorial 14/11

THOMPSON, William mariner now or late of Kangaroo Island 1850 Memorial 62/34

THOMPSON, William police constable Adelaide 1851[-1856] Memorial 62/34

No 4

THOMPSON, William labourer Alberton 1848 Memorial 213/13

THOMPSON, William farmer Alberton 1856 Memorial 15/107 Farmer Yorke Peninsula 1856 Memorial 12/107

THOMPSON, William farmer Yorke Peninsula and his wife, Margaret Jane Thompson formerly Margaret Jane CUMMINGS 1862 Memorial 323/186

THOMPSON, William farmer Black Point Yorke Peninsula 1865 Memorial 43/202

No 5

THOMPSON, William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 14/45

No 6

THOMPSON, William labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 34/47

THOMPSON, William [formerly labourer but then] shoemaker Le Fevre Peninsula, died 15/2/1856 intestate leaving no child. His widow, Johanna Barbara Thompson, gave Lawrence GIFFORD woodman Le Fevre Peninsula the deeds to her house, in return for a room he erected for her in Young St, Exeter. He fed, clothed and provided lodging for her for the rest of her life, through a long illness Application 23355

No 7

THOMPSON, William yeoman Adelaide 1854 Hilton allotment purchase Memorial 358/67

THOMPSON, William yeoman Hilton 1856 Memorial 278/98

THOMPSON, William farmer near Hilton 1864. He could not write Application 5041

No 8

THOMPSON, William farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 174/75

THOMPSON, William farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Memorial 207/76

THOMPSON, William farmer Inman Valley and Fanny Thomson his wife. He could not write 1860 Memorial 231/313

THOMPSON, William farmer Inman Valley, died 23/5/1860. His wife, Fanny Thompson, was formerly Fanny STACEY, a sister to William Stacey farmer Jamestown. The Thompsons had three children - Anna Maria Thompson born 22/9/1856, now the wife of Ephraim PITKIN farmer Yatala 1907; Mary Jane Thompson born 9/2/1858, died 9/4/1859, and Samuel Thompson born 9/6/1859 died 30/6/1860. William Stacey was 64 when he gave this information in 1907 Application 25276

No 9

THOMPSON, William saddler Adelaide (King William St) 1859 Memorial 194/150

No 10

THOMPSON, William farmer Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 156/203

THOMPSON, William storekeeper Glanville, died 7/3/1895. Husband of Ann Thompson. Father of William Thompson farmer Dublin, Edward Thompson lighterman (master mariner by 1899) Glanville, Robert Thompson wheelwright Glanville, George Thompson carpenter Silverton NSW, Albert Thompson carpenter Glanville, and James Thompson plasterer Glanville. Estate worth £870 Memorial 74/437

THOMPSON, William the Elder farmer Pt Adelaide, died 1895. He left his real estate to his wife, Ann Thompson, for life, then to his sons William Thompson the Younger farmer Dublin and Edward Thompson master mariner Glanville 1910 Application 25811

No 11

THOMPSON, William gas engineer Adelaide 1876 Memorial 45/290

No 12

THOMPSON, William shoemaker and farmer South Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 112 County Gawler

THOMPSON, William farmer formerly of Penfield but now of Balaklava 1878 Memorial 167/307

THOMPSON, William farmer Balaklava 1882 Memorial 141/337

THOMPSON, William shoemaker Penfield Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

No 13

THOMPSON, William farmer Redbanks Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

THOMPSON, William of Pinda 1881 Memorial 132/329

No 14

THOMPSON, William farmer Kangaroo Island 1880 Application 18000

THOMPSON, William sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 200/349

No 15

THOMPSON, William labourer Pickering Wool Bay township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 215 County Fergusson

No 16

THOMPSON, William licensed victualler Glenelg 1898 Memorial 206/435

THOMPSON, William hotelkeeper Glenelg, died 10/3/1904. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ellen Thompson, with the wish that their daughter, Ellen Thompson spinster Glenelg, have the charge of running the hotel. His estate was worth £982. Ellen Thompson widow Glenelg, died 24/5/1908 intestate. Her estate worth £648. William Arthur Thompson horticulturalist Murtho near Renmark, born 26/5/1870, was a son 1926 Application 27194

Thompson, William hotelkeeper Glenelg. His family included - Clarke Thompson, Martha Ann GOODMAN, William Arthur Thompson, Edith PRINCE, Ethel STEPHEN, Mabel Jane Thompson, and Harry Thompson. Another son, James Pope Thompson, had disappeared 'whereabouts unknown'. Further children had died in infancy. Another child, Ellen Thompson spinster formerly hotelkeeper Glenelg but now of Adelaide gave the above information 1923 Application 27194

No 17

THOMPSON, William master mariner Goolwa and Augusta Thompson his wife 1900 Memorial 127/440

No 18

THOMPSON, William farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1919 Grant Book 14 Page 402 County Daly

THOMPSON, William B labourer Oulnina 1865 Memorial 61/231

No 1

THOMPSON, William Frederick farmer Virginia Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 102 County Fergusson

No 2

THOMPSON, William Frederick farmer Happy Valley 1879 Memorial 133/317

THOMPSON, WG bookseller Adelaide linked with Elizabeth Mace Thompson of North Adelaide 1893 Memorial 234/418

No 1

THOMPSON, William Henry ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1888 Memorial 153/392

No 2

THOMPSON, William Henry and James Thompson farmers Erith 1892 Memorial 13/414

THOMPSON, William Henry farmer Balaklava. James Thompson named but not described - likely a close relative 'in consideration of natural love and affection' 1897 Memorial 98/430

THOMPSON, William Kynaston sharebroker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

No 1

THOMPSON, William Naphthali master mariner Semaphore 1904[-1905] Memorial 42/452

THOMPSON, William Naphtali master mariner Hall St Semaphore 1905[-1907] Applications 24885, 25343

THOMPSON, W Captain of the SS Kuranda 1905 Application 24885

THOMPSON, William Robert and Archibald Graham Thompson sheepfarmers Wetera Station near Steaky Bay and Julia Anna Thompson widow Norwood carrying on business in co-partnership as sheep farmers. The Station consisted of 132 square miles of Crown lease land in 3 different portions 1868 Memorial 183/227

THOMPSON, William Turner farmer Walloway 1921 Grant Book 13 Page 312 County Dalhousie

No 1

THOMSON, Alexander Esquire Adelaide 1844 Memorial 2114/4

THOMSON, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 91/39

THOMSON, Alexander merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 206/72

THOMSON, Alexander merchant Adelaide, power of attorney to his brother James Thomson gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/12/1858 Deposit 208/1861

THOMSON, Alexander merchant formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now absent therefrom linked with James Thomson gentleman Rundle St, Adelaide 1862[-1866 Memorials 263/183, 144/214

THOMSON, Alexander Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1864 Memorial 130/199

No 2

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Hundred of Yatala 1848[-1849] Memorial 278/14

THOMSON, Alexander gentleman and William farmer both of the Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 197/57

THOMSON, Alexander gentleman Arran Bank near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 401/67

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Hundred of Yatala 1854 He had 2 sisters - Agnes Brown Thomson and Janet Thomson spinsters Hundred of Yatala Memorial 124/80

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Arran Bank Hundred of Yatala 1858 Memorial 257/133

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Grand Junction Hundred of Light land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 169 County Light

THOMSON, Alexander farmer North Road near Adelaide 1887 Memorial 198/387

THOMSON, Alexander gentleman formerly of Barton Tce, North Adelaide, but late of Islington, died 30/7/1888. Father of Margaret Miller Thomson spinster Islington Memorial 55/397

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Islington, died 30/7/1888. Father of Margaret Miller Thomson spinster Islington and Maria Urquhart EASOM wife of John Francis Easom of Islington Memorial 156/399

THOMSON, Alexander gentleman Barton Tce, North Adelaide, died 13/7/1888. Margaret Miller Thomson spinster The Semaphore later Islington, was his daughter, as was Maria Urquhart EASOM wife of John Francis Easom machinist Hutt St, Adelaide 1891 Application 22156

THOMSON, Alexander formerly gentleman, formerly of Islington and late of Barton Tce, North Adelaide, had died by 1889. He had lived for over 40 years on Section 364 Hundred of Yatala. Father of Margaret Miller Thomson spinster Islington, and Mrs JF EASOM of Prospect. Two other members of Alexander Thomson's family (probably sisters) died before he died - Agnes Brown Thomson (spinster Lower North Road, died 2/8/1857, of brain congestion, aged 48) and Eliza Thomson (spinster Allen Bank Farm Islington, died 6/11/1888, of serous apoplexy, aged 77). Another member, Janet Thomson, died November 1888. [Alexander Thomson was a son of William Thomson gentleman Hundred of Yatala 1850, and a brother to Allen Miller Thomson doctor, who died 5/3/1852 intestate] Application 21612

No 3

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Munno Para 1850 Memorial 243/27

THOMSON, Alexander farmer near Salisbury 1858 Memorial 264/134

No 4

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Gulnare Plains. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 86 County Victoria

No 5

THOMSON, Alexander and Robert sheep farmers Murray River 1877 Memorial 212/304

THOMSON, Alexander ship owner Murray River linked with Robert Thomson sheep farmer Cournamont 1877 Memorial 7/306

THOMSON, Alexander river trader Morgan Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 216 County Sturt

No 6

THOMSON, Alexander farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

No 7

THOMSON, Alexander grocer Salisbury 1885 Memorial 35/370

No 8

THOMSON, Alexander mariner New Parkside near Adelaide and Amy Thomson his wife 1899 Memorial 89/438

No 9

THOMSON, Alexander accountant Adelaide 1909 Memorial 30/474

No 1

THOMSON, Allen Miller doctor Section 363 Hundred of Yatala 1849 Memorial 483/14 Linked with William Thomson gentleman Hundred of Yatala 1850 Memorial 51/27

THOMSON, Allen Miller Doctor of Medicine Section 364 North Road, remains found 13/3/1852, after he had become lost in the Murray Scrub and perished, aged 45. He was unmarried and died intestate, leaving his father, William Thomson, as heir at law. Other children of William Thomson included Alexander Thomson farmer Section 364 in 1852 (who got adjoining Section 363 land from his father after AM Thomson died). Also, Janet Thomson spinster formerly of the Lower North Road Hundred of Yatala, but now of Semaphore. Margaret Miller Thomson spinster Yatala and Maria Urquhart EASOM wife of John Francis Easom machinist Highbury were children of AM Thomson's brother, Alexander Thomson 1890 Application 21928

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

THOMSON, Andrew storekeeper Kapunda 1862[-1887] Memorial 38/181, Application 11648

THOMSON, Andrew draper Kapunda Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

THOMSON, A draper Kapunda 1875[-1881] Memorial 56/282

THOMSON, Andrew draper Kapunda 1879[-1882] Memorial 108/317

THOMSON, Andrew formerly draper but now brewer Kapunda 1886[-1912] Application 20946, Application 25308

THOMSON, Andrew draper Kapunda 1905 Memorial 190/452

THOMSON, Andrew the Elder formerly draper but then out of business Kapunda, died 6/3/1924. Father of Lydia LATHLEAN wife of Frederick Lathlean wool exporter Melbourne Vic (links with RH Lathlean solicitor Adelaide), Clara Jane Osborn Thomson, Olive Emily STOKES, Nellie Beatrice GALLOWAY, Andrew Thomson the Younger and David Murray Thomson. Father-in-law of Annie Thomson wife of DM Thomson Memorial 193/493

THOMSON, Andrew formerly brewer but now company secretary Kapunda 1925 Application 27399

THOMSON, Andrew out of business Kapunda, aged 75 in 1935, declared that he had lived continuously in the district for the past 43 years Application 27995

No 1

THOMSON, Andrew Clark draper's assistant College Park and Maria Thomson his wife 1892 Application 22339

THOMSON, Andrew Clark draper East Adelaide 1902 Application 24340

No 1

THOMSON, Charles sheep farmer Kangaroo Island 1856 Memorial 320/113

THOMSON, Charles sheep farmer Kangaroo Island, died c1862. Husband of Mary Ann Thomson who lived at Kingscote in early 1863 Memorial 56/188

No 1

THOMSON, David farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 169/82

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THOMSON, David moulder Gawler 1859[-1872] Memorial 86/161

THOMSON, David the Elder moulder Gawler, died 22/1/1903. Estate worth £2,4000. Husband of Elizabeth Thomson of Gawler, who died 2/5/1920. Parents of Robert King Thomson bookkeeper Gawler, John Alexander Thomson accountant Wayville, Elizabeth WILSON, Ellen Thomson, and Daniel Thomson Memorials 20 & 21/485

THOMSON, David moulder Gawler, died 22/1/1903. Estate worth £2,400. His entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Thomson. Elizabeth Thomson widow Gawler, died 21/7/1920 Gawler. Estate in various legacies to her children, Robert King Thomson, John Alexander Thomson, Elizabeth WILSON, Ellen Thomson, Daniel Thomson. Application 27056

THOMSON, David moulder Gawler, died 22/1/1903. His estate worth £2,400. His whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Thomson absolutely. She died 21/7/1920. Estate worth £4,000. Her daughter, Elizabeth WILSON, to get her clothing, her daughter, Ellen Thomson, to get the money in her Savings Bank account. The rest of the estate to be sold. Son Daniel Thomson and Robert King Thomson bookkeeper Gawler to receive £100 each. The rest of the money to be divided equally amongst all the children of David Thomson. Special provision if one or more of the sons wished to purchase her iron foundry as a going concern. Son John Alexander Thomson was an accoutant at Wayville Application 27056

THOMSON, David the Younger founder Gawler 1889 Application 21755

THOMSON, David the Younger ironfounder Gawler 1908[-1923] Memorial 241/459, Application 25855

No 3 - perhaps linked with No 2

THOMSON, David saddler Gawler 1866 Memorial 40/215

THOMSON, David saddler Gawler 1870 Application 10404

No 4

THOMSON, David licensed victualler Gawler and Caroline Thomson his wife nee Caroline FREESTUN spinster 1878 Application 16829

No 5

THOMSON, David farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

THOMSON, David farmer Yangya Co Victoria 1881 Memorial 126/332

THOMSON, David farmer Gulnare Co Victoria. Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

No 6

THOMSON, David farmer Mt Pleasant 1885 Memorial 9/372

THOMSON, David farmer Gladstone 1885[-1895] Memorial 192/367

THOMSON, David farmer formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Gladstone 1921 Memorial 199/482

No 7

THOMSON, David farmer Hundred of Telowie Co Frome 1886 Memorial 180/377

No 8

THOMSON, David farmer Springkell near Houghton, died 23/6/ 1891. Estate worth £270 Memorial 180/409

THOMSON, David farmer , died 23/6/1891. Father of Janet Jane MILLAR wife of Frederick James Millar farmer Springkell near Houghton, and Elizabeth VERRALL wife of Henry James Verrall farmer The Hermitage Memorial 187/410

THOMSON, David farmer Springkell near Houghton, died 23/6/1891. His whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Thomson, for life (no trust), then to his 2 daughters absolutely in remainder expectant - Janet Jane MILLAR wife of Frederick James Millar farmer The Hermitage (Father: George Millar) and Elizabeth VERRALL wife of Henry James Verrall farmer The Hermitage. Elizabeth Thomson widow died 7/12/1882, of pulmonary bronchitis, aged 71 Application 27671

THOMSON, David Gordon company director Kapunda 1930 Application 27816

THOMSON, David Murray draper Kapunda 1914 Application 26391

No 1

THOMSON, Dundas Robert mechanic Prospect Gardens son of Hannah Thomson widow Rose Park 1925 Memorial 71/494

THOMSON, Dundas Robert mechanic Prospect Gardens linked with Hannah Thomson widow 18 Young St, Parkside. Ruby Mary JONES married woman 61a Cheltenham St, Malvern, probably linked with this family 1931 Memorial 19/504

No 1

THOMSON, Edith Emily married woman Hamley Bridge 1913 Memorial 34/468

THOMSON, Edith Emily married woman 195 Brown St, Adelaide, died 19/6/1951. Mother of Sydney William Thomson dental surgeon Gladstone and Linda Lovibond Thomson spinster dental surgeon 35 Bay Road, Newtown Tas Memorials 77 & 78/527

THOMSON, Edith Emily married woman 195 Brown St, Adelaide, died 19/6/1951. Her will mentioned Sydney William Thomson dental surgeon Gladstone and Linda Lovibond Thomson dental surgeon 35 Bay Rd, Newtown near Hobart Tas 1953 Application 28945

THOMSON, Edward engineer Parkside 1890 Memorial 50/403

THOMSON, Ellen of Hurtle Vale 1845 Memorial 184/5

No 1

THOMSON, Francis Walter farmer Kangaroo Island 1885 Memorial 118/370

THOMSON, Frank Walter farmer Salt Lagoon Hundred of Menzies 1885 Memorial 119/370

THOMSON, Frank Walter farmer Hundred of Menzies 1894 Memorial 33/423

No 1

THOMSON, George gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 171/80

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THOMSON, George printer North Adelaide 1856[-1861] Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant Memorial 465/96, Application 2051

THOMSON, George farmer Ashwell Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1861 Grant Book 27 Page 271 County Gawler

THOMSON, George [formerly printer North Adelaide but now] sheep farmer Templers 1864 Memorial 233/195

THOMSON, George farmer Templers 1866 Application 7126

THOMSON, George formerly printer North Adelaide 1855 but now farmer near Templers 1870 Application 10552

THOMSON, George of Wasleys. Ashwell Institute Trustee 1883 Application 19957

THOMSON, G farmer Wasleys 1891 Memorial 152/408

No 3

THOMSON, George farmer The Bremer 1860, linked with William Thomson farmer The Bremer Application 1647

No 4

THOMSON, George eating house keeper Arkaba in the northern part of the Province 1865 Memorial 11/206

No 5

THOMSON, George gentleman Angaston 1867 Memorial 114/222

THOMSON, G banker Angaston 1871 Memorial 200/254

THOMSON, George banker Robe 1871 Memorial 112/256

THOMSON, George bank manager Narracoorte 1872[-1880] Memorial 100/263

THOMSON, George manager National Bank of Australasia Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 21/292

No 6 – likely a continuation of No 5

THOMSON, George farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1886 Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

No 7

THOMSON, George farmer Yangya 1896 Memorial 177/427

THOMSON, HE carpenter Woodside 1915 Memorial 1/514

THOMSON, HO farmer Kangaroo Island 1861 Memorial 322/179

THOMSON, Hugh of Adelaide 1896 Memorial 149/428

THOMSON, Isaac butcher Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1850 Memorial 428/22

No 1

THOMSON, James one of the Ministers at Dundee, Scotland, power of attorney to James THOMSON gentleman Balhannah, to sell the land at Balhannah, over which he held a mortgage from James Thomson 16/8/1843 Deposit 147/1871

THOMSON, James the Younger brewer Balhannah linked with the Rev'd James Thomson [perhaps the Elder?] one of the ministers at Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland 1844 Memorial 479/3

THOMSON, James farmer Sources of the Onkaparinga 1846 Memorial 182/150

THOMSON, James gentleman Balhannah, son of the Rev’d James Thomson, Dundee, Co Forfar, Scotland 1851 Memorial 468/30

THOMSON, James the Younger storekeeper Balhannah 1855 Memorial 496/91

THOMSON, James farmer Balhannah 1869 Memorial 116/241

THOMSON, James farmer Balhannah 1870 Application 11106

No 2 - the Elder

THOMSON, James the Elder and the Younger brewers Richmond St, Walkerville, 1844 Memorial 427/3

THOMSON, James malster Walkerville 1847[-1854] Memorial 462/8

THOMSON, James [probably the Elder] malster Walkerville 1861. He could not write Application 2335

THOMSON, James the Elder brewer Walkerville linked with James Thomson the Younger brewer formerly of Walkerville but now of Wallaroo 1862 Memorial 45/181

THOMSON, James the Elder brewer Walkerville 1867 Memorial 74/224, Application 8933

THOMSON, James the Elder gentleman Walkerville, Mary Thomson his wife, and their children - James Thomson the Younger no description, Betsey NOTTAGE wife of James Marshall Nottage licensed victualler Walkerville, Louisa BOTTEN wife of Charles Botten no description and Emma Thomson wife of John Thomson an engineer no address 1865 Memorial 25/281

THOMSON, James the Elder gentleman Walkerville, died 18/1/1871. His wife, Mary Thomson, died 5/4/1875 Memorial 136/281

No 3 - the Younger

THOMSON, James the Younger brewer Richmond St, Walkerville, 1844 Memorial 427/3

THOMSON, James brewer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 40/105

THOMSON, James brewer Adelaide and Maria Georgianna Kidd Thomson his wife 1857 Memorial 346/124

THOMSON, James the Younger brewer formerly of Walkerville but now of Wallaroo 1862 Memorial 45/181

THOMSON, James brewer Walkerville and Maria Georgianna Kidd Thomson his wife became bankrupts 1864 Memorial 41/198

THOMSON, James Esquire the Younger Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville 1875 Memorial 13/283

THOMSON, James brewer Kadina [likely J Thomson the Younger from Walkerville] 1876 Memorial 73/289

No 4

THOMSON, James stockowner Murray River 1854 Memorial 263/63

THOMSON, James farmer Hundred of the Murray 1855 Memorial 435/86

THOMSON, James Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Alexander THOMSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/1/1856 Deposit 56/1856

THOMSON, James stockholder formerly of the Murray River but now of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 64/187

No 5 - likely to be a continuation of the previous entry; brother to Alexander Thomson draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1840s-1850s

THOMSON, James gentleman Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville 1868[-1872] Memorial 41/235

THOMSON, James gentleman Richmond on the Torrens 1870 Application 10647

THOMSON, James retired stockholder Hamilton on the Torrens near Walkerville, died 10/4/1878. Father of Jane Thomson his youngest child, and brother to Alexander Thomson now deceased Memorials 97 & 98/308

THOMSON, James retired stockholder Hamilton on the Torrens, who died 10/4/1878, and Marina Thomson nee JENKINS his wife. Parents of Elizabeth BOOTHBY widow formerly of Barnard St, North Adelaide, but then of Colchester, Essex, England, who died 23/8/1918. Relict of the late Reginald Klingender Boothby (died 16/11/1904 intestate). Mother of Penelope Stella Thomson GRANGER nee Boothby of Colchester, Essex, England wife of Edward Harold Hertslet Granger. Other children, as at 1920, of James and Marina Thomson, included - Annie GARDINER wife of Arthur John Gardiner gentleman 2 Augusta Villas, 75 London Road, Southborough, Kent, Jessie CAMERON wife of Edmund Albyn Cameron bank manager formerly of Fremantle WA but now of Sydney NSW, and Jane MCFARLANE (born 26/4/1873) wife of Allan McFarlane the Younger grazier Wellington Lodge, East Wellington; also Alexander Thomson and William John Thomson. 1920 Memorial 58/480 & Application 27538

No 6

THOMSON, James yeoman Tam-O'Shanter Land, foundation trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Islington 1845 Memorial 260/5

No 7

THOMSON, James farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 424/22

THOMSON, James farmer Riverbank Hundred of Gilbert 1857 Hundred of Gilbert Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 461) trustee Memorial 262/128

THOMSON, James farmer Riverton 1858 Memorial 209/147

THOMSON, James farmer Gilbert River Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1858 Grant Book 26 Page 248 County Gawler

THOMSON, James farmer Saddleworth 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 176/160

THOMSON, James farmer formerly of Riverton 1858 but now of Mt Gambier 1867 Application 8478

THOMSON, James farmer [formerly of Riverton but now of] Mt Gambier 1872 Memorial 152/258

No 8 - probably the same person

THOMSON, James butcher Adelaide 1854[-1865] Memorial 83/73

THOMSON, James gentleman formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide but now of Norwood 1864 Memorial 349/196

THOMSON, James gentleman Magill Road, Norwood 1867[-1869] Memorial 97/219

No 9

THOMSON, James farmer near Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 66 County Grey

No 10

THOMSON, James farmer Mambray Creek Hundred of Baroota land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

THOMSON, James farmer Baroota Hundred of Baroota land grant 1893[-1894] Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 1

THOMSON, James Pattillo miller Tumby Bay 1909 Memorial 199/461

THOMSON, James Pattillo farmer Elliston 1911 Memorial 64/465

THOMSON, James Pattillo farmer and grazier Glenmore Talia, died 16/9/1922 Royston Park. Husband of Eva Anne Thomson. Estate worth £6,500. Mrs Thomson died 10/7/1941 Parkside. Sister to the late Arnout Juan VERSCHUER. Aunt to Norman Verschuer WALLACE solicitor Narracoorte, Claire Wallace, Elsie BOWMAN, Claire Eva GIGNEY, Allan Wallace and Adrian Wallace Verschuer bank officer Gulgongin NSW. The JP Thomsons buried at Payneham Memorials 152 & 153/516

THOMSON, Eva Anne widow Parkside, died 10/7/1941. Executors: Norman Verschauer WALLACE solicitor Naracoorte, born 13/11/1897 and Adrian Wallace VERSCHAUER bank officer Gulgon NSW, born 23/8/1905 Application 28323

No 1

THOMSON, John mariner Glenelg 1848 Memorial 292/13

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THOMSON, John mariner Alberton 1849. Linked with James Thomson labourer Adelaide Memorial 418/15

THOMSON, John mariner formerly of Alberton but now of Cape Jervis 1864 Memorial 345/193

THOMSON, John fisherman Cape Jervis 1866 Memorial 89/212

No 3

THOMSON, John carter Alberton 1853 Memorial 237/54

THOMSON, John farmer Alberton 1853[-1854] Linked with James Thomson of Alberton Memorial 102/55

THOMPSON, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854[-1858] Memorial 253/69

THOMSON, John [formerly carter Alberton 1853 but now] farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1862 Application 19029

No 3

THOMSON, John merchant Adelaide (Kennedy Cottages Angas St) 1851 Memorial 188/30

No 4

THOMSON, John farmer Sources of the Onkaparinga [Section 5139 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant] 1846 Memorial 182/150

THOMSON, John [formerly farmer Sources of the Onkaparinga but now] shoemaker Mt Barker 1847 Section 5295 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 183/150

THOMSON, John farmer Dunnikier near Inverbrackie 1858[-1859] Hundred of South Rhine land grant. He sold his two Sections at Inverbrackie to Philip SMALLACOMBE farmer Landulph Farm near Inverbrackie for £550 in 1859 Memorials 67/147, 186/151

THOMSON, John farmer Mt Pleasant 1865 Memorial 345/201

THOMSON, John gentleman Mt Pleasant, died 12/11/1869. Estate worth £550. His personal estate to his wife, Jane Smith Thomson. Section 416 Hundred of South Rhine to his son, James Thomson, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant as tenants in common. The rest of the real estate to his wife, Jane Thomson, in trust for life; then to his son, Francis Thomson absoluteley in remainder expectant. £50 for his son David Thomson; £100 to his son, Robert Thomson; £50 to his daughter Euphemia MELROSE wife of George Melrose Rosebank; £50 in equal shares to the children of his late daughter Jane HILLAM wife of Priestley Hillam. Executors: George Melrose gentleman Mt Pleasant; David Thomson farmer near Mt Pleasant; Robert Thomson sheep farmer Murray River. James Thomson farmer Hundred of Yangya near Gladstone, died 6/4/1921, of valvular disease of the heart and cardiac failure. Born Woodside A bachelor. Robert Thomson land owner Caurnamont, Murray River, died 30/9/1912 private hospital Ward St, North Adelaide, of bladder stones and nephritis, removal of stones by operation 3 days' uraemia, aged 85. Born in Co Fife, Scotland. To SA 73 years ago. Jane Smith Thomson died 18/6/1882 Mt Pleasant Application 27905

No 4

THOMSON, John accountant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 16/218

THOMSON, John formerly of Adelaide but now of Wanganui New Zealand 1875 Memorial 160/287

No 5

THOMSON, John the Younger labourer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 140 County Sturt

THOMSON, John the Younger farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 140 County Sturt

No 6

THOMSON, John labourer Alberton 1875 Memorial 236/285

No 7

THOMSON, John labourer Frewville East and Elizabeth Thomson his wife 1884 Memorial 143/359

No 8 – perhaps the same person

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

THOMSON, John farmer Hynam trustee Cemetery Hundred of Hynam Hundred of Hynam land grant 1875 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

THOMSON, John farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1883 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

THOMSON, John farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Hynam land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 29 Page 168 County MacDonnell

No 9

THOMSON, John of Colton trustee Public Cemetery Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

No 10

THOMSON, John farmer near Elliston had died by 1902. Executrix – Elizabeth Harrod Thomson widow Talia 1902 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

THOMSON, John farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1896 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

No 11

THOMSON, John miller Narracoorte 1897 Application 23388

THOMSON, John miller Naracoorte Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 259 County Grey

No 1

THOMSON, John Alexander accountant formerly of Angaston 1904 but now of Adelaide 1915 Memorials 145 & 150/473

THOMSON, John Alexander accountant Adelaide 1918 Memorial 118/476

THOMSON, John Alexander accountant Adelaide (Bowman Building) 1932 Memorial 14/506

THOMSON, John O licensed victualler Kangarilla 1869 Memorial 244/236

THOMSON, John Ramsay estate agent Woodside 1905 Application 24903

THOMSON, John Robert Esquire, late of 26 Sussex Square, Hyde Park, Middlesex, and of Blackstones Red Hill, Surrey, and of St Peter’s Chambers, Cornhill, Middlesex, died. His executors appointed Charles LYONS annd Charles Sydney LEADER, attorneys to to sell his SA assets and wind up the estate 27/5/1881 Deposit 149/1882

THOMSON, John William stockowner Adelaide son of James Thomson the Elder retired stockholder Hamilton on the Torrens now deceased. JW Thomson's youngest sister, Jane Thomson, turned 21 on 26/4/1894 Memorial 18/419

THOMSON, M clerk Tranmere 1926 Memorial 81/495

THOMSON, Mary nurse Gilberton 1885 Memorial 160/364

No 1

THOMSON, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1840 Memorial 403/80

THOMSON, Robert ship carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 462/73

THOMSON, Robert shipwright Pt Adelaide 1874[-1882] Application 13516, Application 19001

THOMSON, Robert shipwright Dale St, Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18936

THOMSON, Robert of Church St, Pt Adelaide, died 6/9/1888 Footscray Vic. Father of Robert William Thomson carpenter Pt Adelaide and father-in-law of Herbert KEIGHTLEY licensed victualler North Adelaide Memorial 193/428

THOMSON, Robert ship carpenter Church St, Pt Adelaide, for over 30 years a tradesman in the area, died 6/9/1888. His wife, Jane Thomson, who had a life interest in the real estate, died 13/8/1891. Executors for the estate by 1896 were his son, Robert William Thomson formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide but now electrical engineer Perth WA and the testator's son-in-law, Herbert KEIGHTLEY formerly licensed victualler North Adelaide but now publisher at The Miner newspaper in Coolgardie WA. From August 1854, Robert Thomson owned lots 21, 22 at Bath near the Peterhead gas works, where he wounded his hand while erecting a fence Application 23217

THOMSON, Jane widow Hyde St, Footscray Vic (relict of Robert Thomson shipwright formerly of Church St, Pt Adelaide) died 30/8/1891, of fatty degeneration of the heart, rupture of the left ventricle, aged 68. Post mortem 1/9/1891. Born Dundee, Scotland, daughter of John BOWEN shipowner. In SA for 37 years; Vic for 2 years. Married at age 27 to Robert Thomson. Children - an unknown child deceased, Helen 36 years, Robert William 34 years (he still lived in SA); Jessie 32 years; Elizabeth 28 years; Jane deceased. By 1910, RW Thomson formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide but now merchant Perth WA 1910 Application 25751

No 2 - probably the Elder

THOMSON, Robert blacksmith Black Forest 1847 Memorial 118/9

THOMSON, Robert yeoman Black Forest 1847 Memorial 187/8

THOMSON, Robert farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of the Gawler Hills 1855 Memorial 497/91

THOMSON, Robert farmer Gawler Hills 1857 Memorial 308/123

THOMSON, Robert farmer Para Plains 1857 Memorial 321/120

THOMSON, Robert farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of the Para Plains 1859 Memorial 89/157

No 3 - the Younger

THOMSON, Robert the Younger farmer Smith Creek near the Gawler River 1853 Memorial 281/47

THOMSON, Robert farmer The Light 1858 Memorial 118/140

THOMSON, Robert the Younger farmer the Light 1859 Memorial 336/148

THOMSON, Robert the Younger farmer formerly of Smith Creek but now of Grace Plains 1860 Memorial 322/162

No 4

THOMSON, Robert farmer Mt Barker 1851 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 16/165

THOMSON, Robert farmer [formerly of Mt Barker but now of] North Rhine 1861 Memorial 445/179

No 5

THOMSON, Robert saddler Adelaide 1858 Memorial 91/133

THOMSON, Robert saddler Adelaide (King William St) 1861 Memorial 156/176

THOMSON, Robert saddler Adelaide 1864 Application 5507

No 6 - probably the same person

THOMSON, Robert sheep station overseer South Rhine 1860 Memorial 349/164

THOMSON, Robert sheep farmer Murray River 1872 Memorial 66/263

THOMSON, Robert squatter Hampton 1881 Memorial 144/333

THOMSON, Robert of Hampton Station near the Murray River 1885 Memorial 66/366

THOMSON, Robert of Cournamont Hundred of Ridley land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 154 County Sturt

No 7

THOMSON, Robert storeman Pt Augusta 1864 Application 5696

No 8

THOMSON, Robert the Younger farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1865 Grant Book 30 Page 93 County Grey

THOMSON, Robert the Younger farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1884 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Gre

No 9

THOMSON, Robert contractor Norwood Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 4 County Herbert

No 10

THOMSON, Robert farmer Millicent 1887 Memorial 7/387

THOMSON, Robert King ironfounder's clerk Gawler 1893 Application 22500

THOMSON, Ronald Gordon agent Bordertown 1919 Application 26807

THOMSON, Rupert W clerk Woodside [perhaps to John Ramsay Thomson estate agent Woodside?] 1906 Memorial 188/506

THOMSON, Samuel brewer Kensington 1852 Memorial 455/42

THOMSON, Thomas farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

THOMSON, Thomas farmer Kalkabury 1889 Memorial 239/398

HOMSON, Thomas farmer Penang. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1890 Grant Book 14 Page 423 County Daly

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

THOMSON, Mary Ann married woman Arthurton [perhaps Mrs Thomas Thomson nee MA MORGAN 1908[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

THOMSON, Thomas Henton farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

No 1

THOMSON, Walter farmer Black Forest purchased land in the Hundred of Noarlunga 1847 Memorials 318 & 384/9

THOMSON, Walter farmer O’Halloran Hill 1850[-1881] Memorial 376/24

THOMSON, Walter contractor O'Halloran Hill 1859[-1867] Memorial 185/163

THOMSON, Walter farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 66 County Victoria

THOMSON, Walter farmer O’Halloran Hill Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 163 County MacDonnell

THOMSON, Jean widow O’Halloran Hill linked with William Thomson farmer Wandearah, and John Thomson farmer Narracoorte 1883 Application 19856

No 2

THOMSON, Walter gardener Fifth Creek, died 23/1/1901 Adelaide Hospital, from the results of an accidental fracture of the skull, aged 60 Application 25422

THOMSON, Walter George engine driver Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 1

THOMSON, William of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 284/8

No 2

THOMSON, William mariner Adelaide 1848[-1852] Memorial 417/12

No 3

THOMSON, William farmer [Allen Bank] Lower North Road 1854 Memorial 240/62

THOMSON, Janet spinster formerly of the Lower North Road in the Hundred of Yatala but now of the Semaphore daughter of the late William Thomson no description and sister to the late Allen Miller Thomson formerly overseer Section 363 Hundred of Yatala, who died in March 1852 intestate and a bachelor. Also sister to Alexander Thomson no description 1889 Memorial 212/399

No 4

THOMSON, William farmer The Bremer 1858 Memorial 203/142

No 5

THOMSON, William farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 29 Page 164 County MacDonnell

No 6

THOMSON, William gentleman Adelaide, about to proceed to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Abraham ABRAHAMS gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 29/3/1877 Deposit 202/1877

No 7

THOMSON, William farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

No 8

THOMSON, William farmer Scrubby Hill near Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 3 Page 3 County Albert

No 9

THOMSON, William carpenter Mt Barker 1886 Memorial 210/376

No 10

THOMSON, William farmer Big Bend Murray River linked with Robert Thomson JP no description 1886 Memorial 101/379

No 1

THOMSON, William Kerr of Melbourne Vic carrying on business in SA under the style or firm of The Adelaide Hardware Co 1888 Memorial 173/391

THOMSON, William Kerr of Melbourne Vic, sole surviving partner of the late firm of James McEWAN & Co, carrying on business in SA under the style of the Adelaide Hardware Co, power of attorney to William SIMMONDS Esquire Melbourne Vic, to transfer to SA and conduct the business from there 20/4/1888 Deposit 53/1888

THOMSON, WS bank manager Gladstone 1909 Memorial 10/462

THORN, Charles of Spalding 1887 Memorial 197/388

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THORN, Frederick the Elder farmer Angaston 1880[-1883] Memorial 248/326

THORN, Frederick farmer near Angaston 1883 Application 19879

THORN, Frederick the Younger farmer near Angaston 1889 Application 21739

THORN, Frederick farmer near Spalding 1889 Application 21739

THORN, Henry Gore labourer The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) new Trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 1

THORN, John yeoman Thebarton 1839 Memorial 6/291

THORN, John yeoman Thebarton 1839 Application 15184

THORN, John formerly labourer Thebarton 1839 but now labourer Port Road 1849 Application 3051

THORN, John labourer Port Road 1849 Memorial 157/1

THORN, John farmer Woodville 1857 Memorial 176/118

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

THORN, John farmer Langhorne Bridge 1859[-1864] Memorial 199/155

THORN, John Samuel farmer Cavenagh Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1881 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

No 1 - definitely the same person

THORN, Thomas saddler Brompton 1853 Memorial 443/49

THORN, Thomas brickmaker Bowden 1854[-1861] Memorial 43/68

THORN, Thomas brickmaker Brompton 1855 Executor for the will of James Symonds carrier Brompton. Linked with Eliza Thorn no description Memorial 46/88

THORN, Thomas carter Brompton 1856 Memorial 127/107

THORN, Thomas saddler Brompton Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

THORN, Thomas formerly saddler Brompton but now brickmaker Wallaroo Bay 1863 Application 3880

THORN, Thomas brickmaker Wallaroo 1864 Application 5092

THORN, Thomas brickmaker formerly of Bowden but now of Pt Wallaroo 1866 Memorial 22/218

No 1

THORN, William labourer Magill 1850[-1882] Memorial 329/24

THORN, William labourer Magill, died c1890. Great-uncle of William Wilson Thorn gardener Belair (son of W Thorn's nephew Thomas Wilson Thorn no description). Mary Ann Thorn was the wife of WW Thorn. Various other bequests to Thorn relatives in Co Bucks, England. Some of the estate to go to the Magill Wesleyan Methodist Church. Mrs WW Thorn to get W Thorn's house and contents for her lifetime, then the estate to be sold and the money divided equally amongst the children of WW Thorn. WW Thorn to get no part of the estate Memorial 84/406

THORNBER, Charles Newland and Edward gentlemen Unley Park 1857 Memorial 127/131

THORNBER, Charles Rowland clerk Moonta Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

No 1

THORNBER, Edward agent St Marys near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 185/120

THORNBER, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 192/200

THORNBER, Edward agent Adelaide (King William St) 1877 Memorial 134/300

No 2

THORNBER, Edward gentleman Unley Park 1857 Memorial 127/131

THORNBER, Edward gentleman Unley Park Sep 1889. Soon afterward, he apparently went to live in Broken Hill NSW. Formerly a partner in the legal firm of ROWLAND & THORNBER Application 21693

THORNBER, Robert merchant Mitcham 1849[-1853] Memorial 273/15 Gentleman Mitcham and Catherine Maria Thornber, his wife 1852 Memorial 104/41 Formerly of Mitcham but now of the province of Victoria 1853 Memorial 88/57

THORNBER, Robert gentleman Mitcham 1854 Memorial 12/72

THORNBER, Robert gentleman Lower Mitcham, died c1854. He left the whole of his estate to his wife, Catherine Maria Thornber, absolutely, but in the case of her death before her husband, his estate to go to his living children in equal shares absolutely. The Robert Thornbers had married on 14/4/1833 Memorial 431/79

THORNBER, Robert gentleman Lower Mitcham, died c1854. His whole estate to his wife, Catherine Maria Thornber, whom he married 14/4/1833 Application 6317

THORNBER, Robert gentleman Lower Mitcham, died c1854. His whole estate to go absolutely to his wife, Catherine Maria Thornber (whom he married on 14/4/1833). If she had died, then the whole estate to his surviving children equally absolutely as tenants in common when they all turned 21 Application 20669

THORNBER, Catherine Maria widow of the late Robert Thornber of Lower Mitcham deceased 1857 Memorial 179/125

No 2

THORNBER, Robert of the Bank of SA Mt Pleasant 1870 Memorial 2/245

THORNBER, Robert clerk Goolwa 1874 Memorial 122/274

THORNBER, Robert gentleman Goolwa 1878 Memorial 93/305

THORNBER, Robert bank agent Goolwa 1878 Application 16582

THORNBER, Robert of Laura 1883 Memorial 195/347

THORNBER, Robert bank manager Laura 1886 Memorial 138/378

THORNBER, Robert clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 80/416

THORNBER, Robert banker Adelaide and Mina Thornber his wife 1896[-1898] Memorial 191/427

THORNE, Charles farmer Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 222/138

THORNE, Harry James gentleman Adelaide 1900 Memorial 95/441

THORNE, John Bible Christian minister Adelaide, President of the SA Bible Christian Conference 1899 Memorial 121/441

No 1

THORNE, William landowner Auburn 1857 Memorial 24/135

THORNE, William landowner East Auburn 1860 Memorial 182/162

No 1

THORNHILL, George King Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 212/19

THORNHILL, George King Esquire Gawler Plains 1852[-1853] Memorial 273/40 Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 130/48

THORNHILL, John gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 254/87

THORNLEY, Amyas farmer Point Malcolm Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1899 Grant Book 54 Page 95 County Russell

No 1

THORNLEY, John George farmer Goat Island Hundred of Alexandrina 1856 Memorial 72/112

THORNLEY, John George farmer Goolwa 1857 Memorial 288/126

THORNLEY, John George farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Baker land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 54 Page 10 County Russell

No 1 - Joseph Herbert Thornley

THORNLEY, Joseph gentleman Adelaide 1865 Memorial 8/202

THORNLEY, Joseph bank manager formerly of Adelaide 1865 but now of Mt Pleasant 1871 Application 11450

THORNLEY, Joseph Herbert Esquire Adelaide,about to marry Jane Margaret SCOTT spinster Brookside, near Adelaide. All her estate due to her through her father William Scott’s will, to go into trust, to her for life, then to her husband for life, then to her children equally and absolutely in remainder expectant. Her brothers William David Scott solicitor Adelaide,, and David Wylie Scott Esquire Pt Adelaide, and William JOHNSTON wine merchant Adelaide, to be trustees 13/3/1867. JM Scott's mother Mary Scott agreed that the money should be transferred before her death Deposit 19/1900

THORNLEY, J manager Bank of SA Victor Harbor 1871 Memorial 135/252

THORNLEY, Joseph Herbert banker Gawler 1876 Memorial 142/294

THORNLEY, Joseph Herbert formerly banker Gawler but now gentleman The Semaphore 1889 Memorial 45/400

THORNLEY, Joseph Herbert out of business Military Road, Semaphore 1894 Memorial 71/422

No 1

THORNTON, AA law clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 237/462

THORNTON, Archie A law clerk to EA Thornton solicitor Adelaide 1906 Application 27902

THORNTON, Archie Alexander land agent Adelaide 1921 Application 26970

No 1

THORNTON, Benjamin splitter The Tiers near Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 278/65

THORNTON, Benjamin woodsplitter The Tiers by Cox Creek, died by 1901 Memorial 71/446

THORNTON, Benjamin woodsplitter The Tiers near Cox Creek, bought Allotments 25 and 30 in the township of Stirling from Peter PRANKERD and Robert STUCKEY in 1854. On 7/6/1901 and 19/6/1902, Supreme Court Testamentary Causes, Francis Christoph von DITTMAR gave evidence that Benjamin Thornton had died in or after 1858. [I could not find this evidence in the Application] The Destitute Board had something to do with the settlement of this land in 1902. Josiah GOLDING the Elder gardener Stirling East bought the lots for £150 Application 25348

THORNTON, Charles Edward cabinetmaker Magill 1845 Memorial 210/5

No 1

THORNTON, Edward clerk to William JAMES solicitor 1842[-1843] Adelaide Memorial 273/1 Clerk to Thomas TAYLOR 1846 Memorial 115/6 Clerk to George Milner STEPHEN barrister Adelaide 1846[-1849] Memorial 164/7 Gentleman Kensington 1850 Memorial 451/24 Solicitor Adelaide and Kensington 1853 Memorial 302 & 303/51

THORNTON, Edward solicitor married Ann nee MACKAY on 13/1/1842 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Eldest son and heir Edward Archibald Thornton born 8/9/1844. Also six daughters in the family. Edward Thornton died 28/10/1854 Kensington intestate. His son EA Thornton law clerk Kensington 1869 inherited as heir at law. The family had lived at Kensington from early 1843. Application 9667

THORNTON, Edward solicitor Adelaide married Ann nee ? on 13/1/1842 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Only one son and 6 daughters of the marriage. Edward Thornton died 28/10/1854 Kensington intestate. His only son, Edward Archibald Thornton managing clerk to Richard Bullock ANDREWS solicitor Adelaide, inherited his considerable amount of real estate as heir at law Application 16323

THORNTON, Edward the Elder solicitor married Anne nee MACKAY spinster on 13/1/1842 at Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. 7 children - Margaret Ann Ellen Thornton born 28/10/1842, Edward Archibald Thornton born 8/9/1844; Mary Ann Mackey Thornton born 28/10/1846; Blanche Symers Thornton born 28/10/1848; Caroline Shadforth Thornton born 7/3/1850; Norah Thornton born 11/5/1852; Fanny Thornton born 17/9/1854. Edward Thornton Senr solicitor Kensington died 28/10/1854 intestate. His only son, EA Thornton, inherited as heir at law Application 26111

THORNTON, Anne widow Kensington. Relict of the late Edward Thornton formerly gentleman Kensington but now deceased 1860[-1866] Memorials 50/169, 161/213

No 1

THORNTON, Edward A clerk to JE MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 73/157, Application 21141

THORNTON, Edward clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1864[-1876] Memorial 34/200

THORNTON, Edward Archibald law clerk Kensington eldest son and heir at law of the late Edward Thornton formerly solicitor Kensington now deceased 1865 Memorial 290/206

THORNTON, Edward A clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1868[-1876] Memorial 177/235  Application 26814

THORNTON, Edward of Thornton St, Kensington 1870 Memorial 151/247

THORNTON, Edward A clerk to RB ANDREWS solicitor to the Council of Education 1876 Memorial 180/293

THORNTON, EA managing clerk to Charles MANN solicitor to the Railways 1881 Memorial 126/330

THORNTON, Edward Archibald solicitor Adelaide 1885[-1898] Memorial 220/364, Application 22781

THORNTON, Edward Archibald law clerk formerly of Kensington but now of Glenelg 1892 Application 22354

No 1

THORNTON, Francis farmer Wakefield River 1856[-1858] Memorial 255/105

THORNTON, Francis stockholder Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 171/131

THORNTON, Francis farmer the Wakefield Hundred of Alma land grant 1859[-1860] Grant Book 26 Page 14 County Gawler

THORNTON, Francis farmer The Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 76 County Stanley

THORNTON, Francis farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Application 1093

THORNTON, Francis farmer Wakefield River 1861, linked with Michael Thornton the Elder farmer Wakefield River 1861 Application 2299

THORNTON, Francis farmer Lower Wakefield, died September 1862 intestate and without heirs. His brother, Michael Thornton farmer Lower Wakefield, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 15820

THORNTON, George bank manager Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 20/275

THORNTON, John labourer Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THORNTON, Michael farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1853 Memorial 62/300

THORNTON, Michael the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 221/111

THORNTON, Michael the Younger farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 41/101

THORNTON, Michael farmer Upper Wakefield Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 83 County Stanley

THORNTON, Michael farmer formerly of the Barossa 1853 but now of Upper Wakefield 1877 Application 15820

THORNTON, Michael farmer Lower Wakefield 1877 Memorial 158/301

THORNTON, Michael the Younger farmer formerly of Upper Wakefield 1856 then of Lower Wakefield 1877 but now of Salter Springs 1878 Application 16747

THORNTON, Michael farmer Hundred of Wirreanda 1886 Memorial 129/379

THORNTON, Michael the Elder m Mrs Julia EVANS widow of George Evans in Feb 1827 Co Kerry, Ireland. Children - John Thornton born 15/3/1828 (died in infancy), Michael Thornton the Younger born 3/10/1830 and Francis Thornton born 16/10/1832 died Sep 1862 a bachelor. The family emigrated to SA. Michael Thornton the Younger died 9/2/1868 Wakefield River intestate. Michael Thornton the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield, died 9/2/1868, of old age, aged 97. Ellen GRIFFITHS formerly Ellen EVANS widow of John Griffiths farmer the Wakefield, gave this information. She said that her mother's marriage certificate for her second marriage had disappeared when some of the family's luggage was stolen shortly after the family emigrated to SA Application 13711

THORNTON, Peter police trooper Kingston S-E 1878 Application 16768

THORNTON, Robert gentleman Adelaide (Pt TA 102 Grenfell St) 1847 Memorial 33/10

THORNTON, William labourer Hindmarsh 1852[-1853] Memorial 337/44

THORNYCROFT, James lens repairer Rivoli Bay Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 290 County Grey

No 1

THOROLD, Alexander William Thorold Grant Esquire formerly of Bonjedward, Co Roxburgh, Scotland, but now of Weelsby House, near Great Grimsby, Lincs, England 1873 Memorial 179/264

THOROLD, Alexander William Thorold Grant Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas, held Coonatto Station, a collection of pastoral leases in partnership 'comprising in all about 900 square miles of pastoral country upon which there were depasturing about 80,000 sheep mixed ages and sexes, 2,500 head of cattle and 150 horses, all the property of said partnership' as well as 3,500 acres of freehold land in the Coonatto and Yanyarrie Creeks as also all the carts, waggons, drays, harness, working plant, implements and utensils used on the said station' 1874 Memorial 139/271

THOROLD, Alexander William Thorold Grant Esquire Weelsby House, near Great Grimsby, Lincs, England, power of attorney to William Briggs SELLS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/6/1883. He came to SA soon afterwards, probably to inspect his business affairs in a firm called Grant & Stokes, run by Frederick Augustus GRANT Esquire Prospect, and Francis William STOKES Esquire Mt Lofty. New attorneyship to Sells dated 16/2/1884, just before he left again for England. It appears that he had adopted the surname of Grant-Thorald, after having just the surname of Grant [See GRANT, Alexander William Thorold] Deposits 219/1883, 147/1884

No 1

THOROLD, Charles Esquire Wirreanda near Kanyaka 1864[-1870] Memorial 261/193

THOROLD, Charles stockholder Wirreanda and Wirreanda North 1868 Memorial 182/269

THOROLD, Charles Esquire Wirreanda near Kanyaka, general power of attorney to cover his death or temporary absence from the province, to the Hon William MORGAN MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/11/1870 Deposit 191/1870

THOROLD, Charles Esquire Wirreanda near Kanyaka, died early 1870s. He left the bulk of his estate to Florence GILES daughter of the late William Giles formerly Esquire Beaumont now deceased, or in case of her death beforehand, then to his sister, Sophia HILL wife of William Hill organ builder Ludborough House, King Henry's Road, Regent's Park, London, Middlesex, England; failing her survival, then to the testator's brother, William Thorold of Victoria in Western Canada [Were these men kin to Richard Thorold of Weelsby House near Great Grimsby, Lincs, England, who invested in SA real estate in the 1850s, and also to Alexander William Thorold GRANT later Grant-Thorold?] Memorial 24/270; also Memorial 189/27

THOROUGHGOOD, John labourer Yatina and Bridget Thoroughgood his wife 1901 Memorial 99/442

THOROUGHGOOD, William farmer Yatina 1929[-1935] Grant Book 13 Page 117 County Dalhousie

THORP, Jonathan sheep farmer Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/10/1891 Deposit 89/1891

No 1

THORPE, Albert of Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

No 2

THORPE, Albert farmer Kangarilla 1891 Application 22005

No 1

THORPE, Allen Clement gardener Kangarilla 1899[-1908] Memorial 107/438

THORPE, Allen Clement labourer Glenelg 1920[-1925] Memorial 5/480

No 1

THORPE, Charles carpenter and joiner Adelaide (Pt TA 643 Gilles St) 1843 Memorial 251/47

THORPE, Charles carpenter Adelaide (Pt TA 298 Wakefield St) 1850 Memorial 355/22

THORPE, Charles of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 175/310

No 2

THORPE, Charles shoemaker Eyre Flat 1849[-1853]. Wesleyan Methodist member Enrolment 18/10

THORPE, Charles farmer Kangarilla 1853[-1857] Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 221/63

THORPE, Charles of Kangarilla foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1855 Memorial 249/84

THORPE, Charles farmer Kangarilla. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

THORPE, Charles Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee - died 5/1/1873 Kangarilla Applications 13995/14016

THORPE, Charles labourer Kangarilla, died 5/1/1873, of dysentery, aged 76, and was buried at Kangarilla on 6/1/1873 Application 23275, Application 16596

THORPE, Charles foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo), had died by 1897 Application 23395

No 3 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THORPE, Charles watchmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 328/123

THORPE, Charles watchmaker Adelaide Hundred of Louth land grant 1854 Grant Book 21 Page 10 County Flinders

THORPE, Charles formerly watchmaker Adelaide but now farmer Pt Lincoln 1857 Memorial 174/131

THORPE, Charles farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1874 Grant Book 21 Page 84 County Flinders

THORPE, Charles the Younger farmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1871 Grant Book 21 Page 87 County Flinders

No 4

THORPE, Charles and John farmers Meadows 1855 Memorial 249/84

No 1

THORPE, Charles farmer Tumby 1861 Application 2258

THORPE, Charles farmer Tumby Bay 1877 Application 16063

THORPE, Charles Robert of Tumby Bay 1891 Memorial 196/410

THORPE, Charles Robert farmer Tumby Bay, died 15/7/1893. Father of Herbert Charles Thorpe farmer Tumby Bay Memorial 146/449

THORPE, Clara Isabella married woman Kangarilla 1946 Application 28477

THORPE, David EW of Balaklava 1904 Memorial 233/451

THORPE, E storekeeper Parkside 1892 Application 22365

THORPE, Ernest Harry farmer Tumby Bay 1900[-1911] Memorial 38/442, Application 25992

THORPE, Ernest Harry farmer Tumby Bay 1905 Application 27024

THORPE, Ernest Harry farmer Tumby Bay trustee Methodist Church Tumby Bay Hundred of Hutchison land grant 1907 Grant Book 21 Page 90 County Flinders

No 1

THORPE, Flinders Wickham and William Stewart Thorpe both farmers Kangarilla 1930 Memorial 118/503

THORPE, Flinders Wickham farmer Glen View Kangarilla, aged 67 in 1954 Application 29054

THORPE, Frederick Stephen farmer Kangarilla 1899[-1906] Memorial 107/438, Application 25220

No 1

THORPE, Henry printer Adelaide 1868 Application 9124

THORPE, Henry printer Adelaide. [Possibly, he had his home at Kent Town] 1873[-1879] Memorial 136/269

No 1

THORPE, Herbert Charles farmer Tumby Bay trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

THORPE, Herbert Charles farmer Tumby Bay 1893 Memorial 5/419

THORPE, James farmer Yankalilla, died 1860. He left his estate to his brothers, Charles, Daniel and George Thorpe Memorial 135/170

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THORPE, John farmer Kuitpo 1850[-1854] Memorial 348/25

THORPE, John farmer Clarendon 1855 Memorial 138/103

THORPE, John farmer Kangarilla 1853[-1882] Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 221/63, Application 14016

THORPE, John farmer Kangarilla. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel land trustee 1858 Memorial 145/133

THORPE, John farmer Clarendon foundation Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1855 Memorial 249/84

THORPE, John farmer Clarendon 1862 Application 2936

THORPE, John Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee still living at Kangarilla 1873 Applications 13995/14016.

THORPE, John farmer Clarendon 1882 Probably a family link with John William Thorpe farmer Kangarilla Application 19035

THORPE, John storekeeper Kangarilla 1870[-1900] Memorial 42/246, Application 19469, Application 22005

THORPE, John farmer Kangarilla trustee; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

THORPE, John baker Kangarilla member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

THORPE, John storekeeper formerly of Kangarilla but now of Broken Hill NSW. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) continuing Trustee 1897 Application 23395

THORPE, John formerly farmer Kangarilla but now of Broken Hill NSW 1897 Memorial 41/432

No 1

THORPE, John William farmer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

THORPE, John William farmer Kangarilla 1900[-1903] Memorial 76/441, Application 24694

THORPE, Leslie labourer Pt Lincoln 1943 Memorial 125/517

THORPE, N bank officer Kooringa probably to MH TILLER bank manager Kooringa 1936 Memorial 114/523

No 1

THORPE, Robert labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 17645

THORPE, Robert labourer Clifton near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 74/11

THORPE, Robert labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 96/81

THORPE, Robert labourer Kensington and Margaret Thorpe his wife 1853 Application 17106

THORPE, Margaret Sarah widow Kensington 1880 Application 17752

THORPE, Robert William butcher Mitcham. St Michael's Mitcham trustee 1890 Memorial 76/405

THORPE, Stephen farmer Kangarilla 1891 Application 22005

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THORPE, Thomas carpenter and joiner North Adelaide (Ward St) 1851[-1855] Memorial 461/34

THORPE, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1869 Application 10184

THORPE, Thomas storekeeper Burnside 1897 Application 23317

No 1

THORPE, William farmer Wickham Hill member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

THORPE, William farmer Wickham Hill 1908[-1923] Memorial 125/459

THORPE, William Stewart, Algy Stewart Thorpe, Gilbert Clifford Thorpe, Royal Percy Thorpe farmers and Amanda Gertrude CONNOR married woman all of Kangarilla 1935 Application 27998

No 1

THORUP, Emil chemist Gawler 1861[-1870] Memorial 122/178

THORUP, Emil gentleman Gawler, about to leave the province, power of attorney to John RUDALL gentleman Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs 31/1/1880 Deposit 56/1882

THORUP, Frederick Theodore shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Application 13472

No 1

THOUME, James merchant Bonaire, Guernsey CI owned Pt Section 255 Survey B 'known as Dr KENT's Section' which he leased to Charles ROBIN of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 257/73

THOUME, James merchant formerly of Bonaire, Guernsey CI but now of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 238/151

No 1

THOW, Elizabeth Mary widow Pt Elliot 1897 Memorial 151/431

THOW, Elizabeth Mary widow Pt Elliot 1909 Application 25572

No 1 – possibly the Elder and the Younger

THREADGOLD, Alfred blacksmith Kapunda 1866 Memorial 138/210

THREADGOLD, Alfred farmer Hundred of Erskine 1885[-1890] Memorial 25/372

THREADGOLD, Alfred the Younger farmer Hundred of Erskine linked with Francis Threadgold farmer Yongala 1889 Memorial 130/397

THREADGOLD, Alfred farmer Cavenagh linked with Thomas Threadgold farmer Yongala 1897 Memorial 88/432

THREADGOLD, Alfred Thomas storekeeper’s assistant Petersburg Co Dalhousie. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 169 County Not named

THREADGOLD, AW of Narridy 1880 Memorial 146/325

No 1

THREADGOLD, Ernest Albert formerly labourer 1934 but now dairy farmer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1935 [Apparently a returned World War 1 soldier] Memorials 79 & 149/508

THREADGOLD, Ernest Albert dairyman Copperhouse near Burra 1945 Memorial 93/519

THREADGOLD, Francis farmer Youngala 1898 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

THREADGOLD, Francis Oliver farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

THREADGOLD, George mason Kangarilla 1890[-1901] Memorial 115/403

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THREADGOLD, James Charles gardener The Sturt 1890 Memorial 334/404

THREADGOLD, James Charles the Elder formerly gardener The Sturt but now labourer Marion on the Sturt linked with JC Threadgold the Younger labourer The Sturt 1912 Memorial 232/465

THREADGOLD, James Charles the Elder pensioner Nixon St, Marion on the Sturt, died 24/12/1934, aged 71 years. His widow, Lydia Ada Threadgold, died 22/8/1944 32 Cliff St, Glenelg, aged 77 Memorials 76 & 78/518

THREADGOLD, James Charles formerly brickmaker but then pensioner Nixon St, Marion, died 24/12/1934, of several years' chronic myocarditis, aged 71. Born at Morphettville. Married aged 21. 5 sons and 1 daughter living; 1 son deceased. His widow, Lydia Ada Threadgold, died 22/8/1944 32 Cliff St, Glenelg, of cardiac failure, circulation failure, senility and myocardial degeneration, and arterio sclerosis, aged 77. Born at Marion. Married aged 18 Application 28713

THREADGOLD, James Charles the Younger labourer The Sturt 1944 Memorial 86/518

No 1

THREADGOLD, Robert gardener Clarendon 1881 Memorial 22/331

THREADGOLD, Robert farmer Clarendon 1886 Application 20883

THREADGOLD, Ruby Thelma married woman Kingston S-E 1938[-1949] Application 28181, Memorial 92/523

THREDGOLD, Susannah spinster near Morambro Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 521 County Robe

No 1

THREDGOLD, Thomas farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Memorial 96/15

THREDGOLD, Thomas farmer Clarendon 1852[-1860] Memorial 91/46

THREDGOLD, Thomas farmer Redbanks 1869 Memorial 91/245

THREDGOLD, Thomas farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Redbanks 1870[-1876] Memorial 101/245

THREADGOLD, Thomas farmer Yongala 1876[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 149 County Dalhousie

THREADGOLD, Thomas farmer Yongala 1886[-1890] Memorial 61/381

THREADGOLD, Thomas farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Narridy 1899 Memorial 51/439

No 2

THREADGOLD, Thomas carpenter Auburn 1858 Memorial 204/160

No 3

THREADGOLD, Thomas blacksmith Booboorowie 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 192 County Dalhousie

No 4

THREADGOLD, Thomas out of business Enfield 1909 Memorial 25/462

THREADGOLD, Thomas retired farmer Enfield 1920 Application 26931

No 1

THREADGOLD, William carpenter Auburn 1853 Memorial 180/50

THREADGOLD, William carpenter Auburn 1854 Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 345/72

THREADGOLD, William builder Auburn 1867 Memorial 102/221

THREADGOLD, William storekeeper Auburn 1872 Application 11918

THREADGOLD, William storekeeper Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 250 County Victoria

No 2

THREADGOLD, William farmer Kangarilla 1891[-1901] Application 22005, Memorial 73/443

THREADGOLD, William farmer Kangarilla, died 14/12/1901, of paralysis, aged 74 Application 25220.

THREADGOLD, William farmer Kangarilla, died 14/12/1901. He left his real sestate to his wife, Mary Ann Threadgold for life, then to his grandson John Edmund George DOWLING, son of James Hughes Dowling and Sarah Ann Dowling nee Threadgold, in remainder expectant. Mary Ann Threadgold widow domestic duties Kangarilla, died 12/10/1908, of cardiac failure, aged 80. Born in Kettering, England, she had emigrated to SA 53 years earlier. Married aged 22; 2 daughters living; 3 sons deceased Application 27640

THREADGOLD, William gentleman Kangarilla, died 14/12/1901. Husband of Mary Ann Threadgold. Father of Sarah DOWLING wife of James Dowling, Elizabeth CUSSENS wife of Arthur Cussens. Grandfather of William James Hughes DOWLING, John Edmund George Dowling, Henry Christopher Thomas Dowling, Alfred Bernard Charles Dowling, Robert Edgar Arnold Dowling, Alice Cussens, William Arthur Cussens, Annie Cussens and Teddy Cussens. Executors: David TESTER blacksmith Kangarilla and Frederick Stephen THORPE farmer Kangarilla Memorial 76/445

THREADGOLD, Mary Ann domestic duties Kangarilla, died 12/10/1908 of cardiac failure, aged 80. Born Kettering, Glos, England. In SA 53 years. m at 22. 2 daughters living; 2 sons dead. Her daughter, Sarah Ann Threadgold m James Hughes DOWLING farmer Kangarilla. A son, John Edmund George Dowling, born 9/8/1887. He inherited land at Kangarilla from his grandfather, William Threadgold, who died 14/12/1901, leaving his wife a life interest in trust in the property. Application 27640

THREADGOLD, William Edwin farm labourer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 123 County Chandos

THREADGOLD, William James architectural draftsman and clerk College Park, died 29/7/1888 Broken Hill NSW. He left his whole estate to his wife, Frances Threadgold, absolutely. All the income from his former wife, Edith Threadgold, to be put towards the maintenance of his son, Edgar Herbert Threadgold. If Frances Threadgold died before his son turned 21, the executors to become guardians of the lad - Alfred T Threadgold of Petersburg and George E HARRIS of Norwoood 1905. [Look at the biog details for Thomas LONG for the background to Frances Threadgold's family Application 25095

No 1

THREDGOLD, Charles farmer Eyre Flat near Kangarilla 1877 Memorial 46/298

THREDGOLD, Charles shoemaker Kangarilla 1869 Memorial 46/242

THREDGOLD, Charles brickmaker formerly of Kangarilla but now of Marion on the Sturt 1883 Memorial 138/352

THREDGOLD, Charles brickmaker Marion on the Sturt linked with George Thredgold mason Kangarilla 1890 Memorial 115/403

THREDGOLD, Charles [formerly farmer Eyre Flat near Kangarilla but now] out of business Kangarilla 1906 Memorial 147/455

THREDGOLD, Charles 69 widower brickmaker Kangarilla (Father: William Threadgold) married 25/6/1900 Mary Ann MICHELMORE 70 widow Kangarilla (Father: William PALMER) on 25/6/1900 Thomas Althorp's home Goodwood. Minister: Frank ALTHORP Strict Baptist Minister. Witnesses: James Althorp clicker Goodwood and Jane BAILEY of New Glenelg Application 25220

THREDGOLD, Mary Ann wife of Charles Thredgold (formerly Mary Ann MICHELMORE widow Kangarilla) nee PALMER, died 12/2/1902. She left real estate to her husband in trust for life, then to William George PIKE labourer Mildura Vic absolutely in remainder expectant. He sold the land to Jane BAILEY wife of William Bailey blacksmith Albert St, Goodwood in 1906 [the Baileys had lived at New Glenelg in 1900] and daughter of Charles Thredgold Memorial 147/455

No 1

THREDGOLD, George farmer Bowaka Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

No 2

THREDGOLD, George mason Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1913 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

No 1

THREDGOLD, Henry farmer Bowaka Hundred of Bowaka land grant 1886 Grant Book 51 Page 52 County Robe

THREDGOLD, Henry grazier Reedy Creek near Kingston S-E 1906 Memorial 199/454

THREDGOLD, Henry formerly sheepfarmer Reedy Creek S-E but then retired Torrensville, died 11/8/1915. Husband of Susan Thredgold. Father of Charles Thredgold, Lewis Thredgold, William Thredgold, George Thredgold, Henry Thredgold, John Thredgold, Susannah Thredgold, Sarah Thredgold, Elizabeth HUTCHISON and May HUMPHRIS wife of Archie Humphris district clerk Narracoorte 1927 Memorial 132/496

THREDGOLD, Henry formerly sheep farmer Reedy Creek S-E late retired Torrensville, died 11/8/1915. All the household personal estate and his matured life insurance to his wife, Susan Thredgold absolutely. The trustees to sell the remainder of his estate to be invested in trust and the income to go to his wife for her lifetime. After her death, the principle to his 8 children absolutely in remainder expectant in varying shares - his sons, Charles, Lewis, William, George, Henry and John Thredgold and his daughters, Susannah Sarah Elizabeth HUTCHISON and Mary HUMPHRIS (Wife of Archie Humphris District Clerk Naracoorte???). His estate worth £11,900 Application 28031

No 1

THREDGOLD, William farmer Redbanks Co Gawler. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

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

THRELFALL, Arthur Creswell customs officer Kensington Park 1920 Application 26911

THRELFALL, Leopold tailor Elizabeth St, Norwood 1920 Application 26911

No 1

THRELFALL, Robert Kekwick factory manager Adelaide 1881[-1886] Memorial 71/337

THRELFALL, Robert Kekwick warehouseman Norwood 1891 Memorial 67/408

THRELFALL, William born Lancaster, England, son of John Threlfall merchant and Jeanett BENNETT. He married and emigrated to Aust, where his 1st wife died. On 2/6/1864 Christ Church Castlemaine Vic, William Threlfall miner widower 65 married Mary Ann SPENCE 44 widow(of Thomas SPENCE formerly of SA) Maldon (born Guernsey daughter of Samuel BROPHY farmer and Elizabeth DUNN). The Threlfalls returned to SA. William Threlfall merchant Norwood, died 3/3/1879 injury to hand and mortification, aged 82. Application 17950

No 1

THRESHER, Henry A clerk to T Kenney PETER solicitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 143/342

THRESHER, Henry A of the Bank of New South Wales Adelaide branch 1883[-1884] Memorial 7/348

No 1

THRING, Francis John and Percival Provis Thring graziers Strathalbyn 1907[-1913] Memorial 157/456

THRING, Francis John grazier Strathalbyn 1918 Application 26711

THRING, Francis John farmer Strathalbyn linked with Percival Provis Thring farmer and grazier Bugle Ranges 1923 Memorial 1/489

THRING, Frederick William sheep farmer Blackwood Park Strathalbyn 1941 Application 28297

THRING, Hedley Towella of Koppio near Pt Lincoln linked with John Thring of the Hundred of Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 239/375

THRING, John farmer Kapinka Hundred of Stokes land grant 1903 Grant Book 179 Page 232 County Flinders

THRING, John sheep farmer Blackwood Strathalbyn 1915 Application 26473

THRING, Percival Provis farmer and grazier Bugle Ranges 1950 Memorial 37/525

No 1

THRING, William brewer Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 8/105

THRING, William licensed victualler Middleton 1857[-1860] Memorial 135/125

THRING, William gentleman formerly of Louis Ville Pt Elliot, but now of Namoi River NSW, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN Esquire Adelaide, to sell his real estate at Pt Elliot 16/6/1865 Deposit 6/1869

THRING, William gentleman formerly of Louis Ville Pt Elliot but now of Namoi River NSW 1869 Memorial 160/236

THRUM, Frederick William blacksmith Littlehampton 1855[-1859] Memorial 192/92

THRUM, John farmer Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 166/35

No 1

THRUM, John Amos farmer Mt Barker 1856[-1857] Memorial 317/110

THRUM, John Amos innkeeper Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 267/155

THRUM, John Amos licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1241

THRUM, John Amos formerly storekeeper Strathalbyn but now farmer Fern Hill near Woodend Vic 1897 Memorial 210/431

No 1 - probably the same person because linked with land dealings of the Wesleyan Methodist Church

THRUM, John Charles Wesleyan Minister Willunga 1848 Memorial 152/13

THRUM, John Charles miller Thebarton 1857 Memorial 220/138

No 1

THRUPP, Alfred Lennox bark agent Balhannah, lived in the former Tapper family cottage at Balhannah, which he rented from Mrs Edmund Wilcox 1889 Application 21742

THRUPP, Eliza Jane married woman Balhannah 1901 Memorial 24/442, Application 24211

No 1

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire North Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 267/49

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire Official Assignee of Insolvent Estates in SA 1856 Memorial 385/100

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 31/109

THRUPP, Leonard W solicitor Adelaide (92 King William St) 1862[-1869] Memorial 265/186

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 116/293

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of St Leonards, Sussex, England 1880 Memorial 30/327

THRUPP, Leonard William Esquire formerly of SA but now of Kensington Gardens Square, London, Middlesex, England 1890 Memorial 76/405