Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'Thu*' to 'Ty*'

THULBORN, George tanner Hindmarsh, power of attorney to his wife Mary Thulborn formerly GUBBINS, to manage his SA business affairs 12/8/1873 Deposit 268/1873

No 1

THULBORN, John labourer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 83/96

THULBURN, John farmer Underdale 1858 Memorial 129/137

THULBORN, John labourer Underdale 1861 Memorial 203/180

THULBORN, William labourer Underdale 1899 Application 23889

THURGARLAND, John accountant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 245/161

No 1

THURLOW, C clerk to Messrs GWYNNE & LAWRENCE solicitors Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 432/15

THURLOW, Charles clerk North Adelaide (Strangways Tce) 1850 Memorial 277/22

THURLOW, Charles clerk to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 317/26

THURLOW, Charles Alston gentleman North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 27/41

THURLOW, CA clerk to Matthew SMITH Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 231/56

THURLOW, CA clerk to Messrs SMITH & CULLEN solicitors Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/231

THURLOW, Charles Alston accountant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 10/68

THURLOW, Charles Augustus [perhaps a mistaken entry for Charles Alston Thurlow]gentleman North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 64/54

THURLOW, Eleanor formerly wife of William Thurlow labourer Narracoorte but now widow Adelaide. Executrix of the estate for the late Elizabeth BELL formerly widow Adelaide (Hanson St) but now deceased 1912 Memorial 107/466

THURLOW, Octavius gentleman Brownhill Creek near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 188/7

No 1
THURMAN, Henry Salvation Army Major Adelaide 1885 Application 20575

THURMAN, Henry Salvation Army Major Hindley St, Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Herbert LINDSAY Salvation Army Major Hindley St, Adelaide, to manage his SA Salvation Army business affairs 30/11/1885 Deposit 226/1885

No 1
THUERNAGEL/THURNAGEL/THÜRNAGEL, Friedrich farmer The Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 145/82

THUERNAGEL/THURNAGEL/THÜRNAGEL, Friedrich farmer Hurtle Vale 1856 Memorial 142/98

THÜRNAGEL, Friedrich farmer formerly of the Onkaparinga near Lobethal 1855 but now of Hurtle Vale 1864 Application 5145

THUERNAGEL/THURNAGEL/THÜRNAGEL, Friedrich farmer Happy Valley and Bridget Thürnagel his wife 1875 Memorial 34/280

No 1

THURSTON, Charles labourer SA purchased land at Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 231/68

THURSTON, Charles labourer Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 16/203

No 2

THURSTON, Charles labourer Alma Plains Hundred of Cameron land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

THURSTON, George Lezley of Lochiel 1903 Memorial 78/449

No 1

THURSTON, Thomas storekeeper North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 193/422

THURSTON, Thomas storekeeper North Adelaide and Amelia Thurston his wife 1894[-1897] Memorial 149/423

THURSTON, William JP of Mt Gambier 1887 Memorial 250/386

No 1 - FJ Thwaites the Elder

THWAITES, Frederick James blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1855[-1864] Memorial 164/92

THWAITES, Frederick James shipsmith Pt Adelaide 1866[-1867] Memorial 266/209, Application 8780

THWAITES, Frederick James blacksmith formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Third Creek 1869 Memorial 60/256

THWAITES, Frederick James formerly blacksmith Pt Adelaide, died 1874 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Thwaites, died 1891. Frederick James Thwaites bank accountant Alberton was their son Application 24654

THWAITES, Frederick James Thwaites gentleman Morialta, died 22/8/1874 intestate. Estate worth £4,000. His widow, Elizabeth Thwaites of Semaphore, died 30/6/1891 intestate. Parents of Frederick James Thwaites bank accountant Semaphore their only child. Estate worth £500 Memorials 165 &166/462

THWAITES, Frederick James gentleman Morialta, died 17/7/1874 intestate. His widow, Elizabeth Thwaites, died 30/6/1891 Semaphore. Parents of only one child, Frederick James Michael Thwaites, who died 9/4/1914. Parents-in-law of Margaret Duncan Thwaites widow Alberton 1925 Memorials 72 & 73/492

THWAITES, Frederick James the Elder gentleman Morialta, died 17/7/1874 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Thwaites, who died 30/6/1891 Semaphore. Their only child, Frederick James Thwaites the Younger, died 9/4/1914. His widow, Margaret Duncan Thwaites of Alberton, died 4/4/1940 Memorials 104 & 105/531

THWAITES, Frederick James the Elder gentleman Morialta, died 17/7/1874 intestate. His estate worth £2,000. His widow Elizabeth Thwaites, died 30/6/1891. Their only child, Frederick James Thwaites the Younger book accountant the Semaphore, had to administer both the estates, worth together £4,000. He must have had a son, Frederick James Thwaites Sergeant 52nd Batallion AIF Melbourne Place, Alberton, who died 3-4/9/1916. He left his motor bike to his friend, William Arthur HODEN of Norwood and the remainder of the estate to his mother, Margaret Dunan Thwaites of Grange. If she died before FJ Thwaites, his brother Harold Verdon Thwaites to inherit his £550 estate 1925 Application 27380

THWAITES, Frederick James gentleman Third Creek, died 17/7/1874 intestate. Estate worth £2,000. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Thwaites to administer the estate Enrolment 89/51

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Third Creek 1874 Application 13780

THWAITES, Mrs widow Third Creek near Magill 1875 Application 14186

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Third Creek near Morialta relict of the late Frederick James Thwaites formerly gentleman Third Creek but now deceased 1875 Memorial 163/282

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 231/306

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1878 relict of the late Frederick James Thwaites formerly of Third Creek but now deceased Application 16938

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1878 relict of the late Frederick James Thwaites formerly of Third Creek Application 16938

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Exeter on Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Memorial 153/337, Application 19088

THWAITES, Elizabeth widow Semaphore died 30/6/1891 Memorial 165/462

No 1 - Frederick James Thwaites the Younger

THWAITES, FJ bank clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 212/339

THWAITES, Frederick James bank official Adelaide and Margaret Duncan Thwaites his wife 1898 Application 23714

THWAITES, Frederick James bank accountant formerly of Semaphore but now of Alberton 1910 Memorial 6/463

THWAITES, Frederick James accountant Alberton 1911 Memorial 224/464

No 1 - perhaps the same person

THWAITES, Harry Stephens orchardist Rose Park 1914 Memorial 121/470

THWAITES, Harry Stephens merchant, Adelaide (133 Rundle St) 1921 Application 27010

THWAITES, Henry James bank accountant Pt Adelaide 1901 Application 24311

THWAITES, HJ & FE BUCKNELL photographers Adelaide (King William St) 1868 Memorial 73/234

THWAITES, Margaret Duncan widow Adelaide, died 4/4/1940 West Linton, Scotland Memorial 187/530

No 1

THWAITES, Thomas brewer Hindmarsh 1895[-1907] Memorial 88/424, Application 22957

THWAITES, Thomas died 11/7/1911. His family as disposed in 1915, included; Gilbert Thomas Thwaites Bank of Australasia bank clerk formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Sydney NSW; and Alice Ann Thwaites spinster formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Toorak Vic; Memorial 149/472

No 1

THWAITES, Thomas Mendham tailor Norwood 1875[-1880] Memorial 174/285

THWAITES, Thomas Mendham factor and tailor Norwood 1880 Application 18310

THWAITES, Thomas Skilbeck licensed victualler Commercial Inn Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 398/22

THWAITES, WW photographer Tanunda 1872 Application 11859

No 1

THYER, Alexander farmer Hudred of Cavenagh linked with Joseph Thyer the Younger farmer Belalie 1885 Memorial 40/368

THYER, Alexander farmer Cavenagh trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Cavenagh land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 22 County Herbert

THYER, Alexander of the Hundred of Cavenagh linked with Thomas Thyer of McCoy's Wells, Paraloo 1889 Memorial 174/396

THYER, Alexander sheep farmer Pine Vale linked with Joseph Thyer farmer McCoy's Well 1890 Memorial 30/402

THYER, Eleanor widow Angaston 1911 Application 25995

THYER, George farmer Flaxman Valley 1856 Memorial 318/111

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

THYER, James yeoman Mt Remarkable District 1855 Memorial 401/87

THYER, James stockholder formerly of South Rhine but now of Mt Remarkable 1858 linked with Joseph Thyer farmer Somerset Farm Mt Pleasant Memorial 318/141

THYER, James stockholder Ham Farm near Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 347/162

THYER, James sheepfarmer Wabricoola Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

THYER, James the Elder sheepfarmer Gumbowie linked with James Thyer the Younger sheepfarmer Coondappa 1884 Memorial 191/361

THYER, James sheep farmer Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 98/387

THYER, James the Younger farmer Petersburg 1889 Memorial 1/399

No 1

THYER, Joseph farmer Somerset Farm Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1856 Memorial 137/111

No 2

THYER, Joseph the Younger farmer Mt Pleasant Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

No 3

THYER, Joseph farmer Pine Valley Hundred of Paratoo, died c1896 intestate. Father of George Albert Thyer and William James Thyer minors and his only children. James Thyer the Younger farmer Hundred of Cavenagh, brother to Joseph Thyer, chosen as guardian of the children and administrator of the £241 estate Memorial 45/433

No 4

THYER, Joseph bricklayer Adelaide 1897 Application 23396

THYER, Joseph Edwin farmer Hundred of Paratoo 1885 Memorial 87/368

THYER, Thomas publican Yarcowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 5 County Kimberley

THYER, Walter produce salesman Adelaide 1894 Memorial 202/422

TIARNAN, Peter shepherd Mt Barker 1841 Shepherd Encounter Bay by 1850 Application 27054

No 1

TICE, William farmer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 306/89

TICE, William farmer Coromandel Valley 1857[-1860] Memorial 67/117

TICE, William licensed victualler and storekeeperk Reedy Creek South-East 1868 Memorial 114/229

TICE, William storekeeper Narracoorte father of Mary Ann ROBERTS wife of James Fountain Roberts gardener South Yarra Vic 1871 Memorial 90/252

TICE, William storekeeper Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 90/252

TICE, William formerly farmer Noarlunga then storekeeper Narracoorte but now gardener Kew Vic 1878 Memorial 105/319

TICE, William formerly of Noarlunga and Naracoorte but now of Bridge Rd, Richmond Vic 1879 Application 28339

No 1

TICKLE, John farmer Mintaro 1875[-1884] Memorial 237/283

TICKLE, John retired Prospect 1904 Memorial 233/450

No 2

TICKLE, John labourer Reynella 1939 Application 28236

TICKLE, Joseph farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 24/105 Farmer Mintaro 1856[-1871] Memorial 25/105

TICKLE, Joseph Nathaniel farmer Mintaro 1910[-1914] Memorial 209/462, Application 26339

No 1

TICKLE, William farmer Mintaro 1859 Memorial 146/151

TICKLE, William farmer Mt Bryan Flat. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

TICKLE, William butcher Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

TICKLIE, John engine driver Encounter Bay Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

TIDDY, James Alexander farmer Maitland 1887 Memorial 231/385

TIDDY, JM draper's assistant Aberdeen near Kooringa 1926 Memorial 98/496

No 1

TIDDY, James Oxenberry draper Moonta Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 474 County Fergusson

TIDDY, James Oxenberry farmer Tiparra Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

TIDDY, James Oxenberry storekeeper Maitland 1886[-1889] Memorial 66/377

TIDDY, James storekeeper and farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

TIDDY, James Oxenberry JP storekeeper Maitland 1894 Memorials 28 & 29/422

TIDDY, Matthew Thomas storekeeper Maitland Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 25 County Fergusson

TIDDY, Nicholas John draper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 57/502

TIDDY, Ronald John company secretary 239 Flinders St Adelaide Secretary of the SA Tractor Co Ltd 315 Main North Rd, Enfield 1967 Application 29654

No 1

TIDEMANN, Charles Edward land agent Adelaide 1862[-1867] Memorial 289/185

TIDEMANN, Charles Edward auctioneer Adelaide 1868[-1871] Memorial 104/233

TIDEMANN, Charles Edward auctioneer Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 167/251

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TIDEMANN, CG clerk to Elder's Trustee and Executor Co Ltd Currie St, Adelaide 1933 Memorial 36/507

TIDEMANN, George clerk to Messrs COTTON & OPIE of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 145/399

No 1

TIDEMANN, Friedrich cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 440/45

TIDEMANN, Friedrich carpenter Balhannah 1854 Memorial 67/68

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

TIDEMANN, Solomon Friedrich farmer near Balhannah 1860 Application 1364

TIDMARSH, Elizabeth and Mary Sophia spinsters Glenelg 1907 Memorial 236/456

No 1

TIDMARSH, George Henry of Mt Rat 1880 Memorial 203/328

TIDMARSH, George Henry farmer Stansbury 1887 Memorial 10/387

TIDMARSH, John manufacturer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 149/57

TIDMARSH, John tallow chandler Adelaide 1857 Memorial 96/127

TIDMARSH, John gentleman Rathgar Villa Glenelg, died c1906. Brother to Samuel Tidmarsh no description and Anna Tidmarsh spinster Blackrock near Dublin, Ireland Memorial 140/456

No 1

TIDMARSH, Richard doctor North Tce Adelaide 1851 Memorial 339/33

TIDMARSH, Richard doctor Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 49/39

TIDMARSH, Richard surgeon Adelaide, about to leave the province for England, power of attorney to Francis Hardy FAULDING chemist and druggist Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 31/1/1854 Deposit 199/OA

TIDMARSH, Richard Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 110/73

TIDMARSH, Richard surgeon Adelaide 1857 Memorial 195/138

TIDSWELL, Horatio bricklayer Adelaide (Gilles St) 1855[-1857] Memorial 127/87

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TIDSWELL, William harnessmaker Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1850 Memorial 261/25

TIDSWELL, William licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 341/59

TIDY, George carpenter Hindmarsh and Sarah Jane Tidy his wife 1881 Application 18771

No 1

TIDY, Henry blacksmith of the Onkaparinga 1842 Memorial 25/253

TIDY, Henry blacksmith Morphett Vale 1846 Memorial 120/7

TIDY, Henry yeoman Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 191/72

TIDY, Henry farmer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 434/84

TIDY, Henry farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of Nairne 1859 Memorial 159/152

TIDY, Henry of Nairne 1859 Application 831

TIDY, Henry blacksmith Nairne 1874 Memorial 186/274

TIDY, Henry blacksmith Morphett Vale 1861 Application 2020

TIDY, Henry blacksmith formerly of Nairne 1858 now not of the town 1874 Application 13506

TIDY, Henry gentleman Enfield 1883 Application 19638

No 1

TIEMANN, August Ernst Christian bricklayer Stepney 1850[-1851] Memorial 50/21 Bricklayer Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 86/74

TIEMANN, August Ernst Christian married Anna Catharine MARTENS on 18/3/1849 Hamburg. They emigrated to SA 1849 Australia with Friedrich August SCHLEGEL later dairyman Stepney and all settled at Stepney. EAC Tiemann shot himself at Stepney on 30/1/1856 intestate, age not stated. His eldest son, Heinrich Ernst Tiemann of Norwood, died 18/2/1862, of convulsions, aged 10. His widow died 18/9/1869 2 years' aneurism of the heart, aged 56. The only surviving son of the family was Eduard Tiemann cabinetmaker Stepney 1875 Application 14590

TIENING, J carrier Adelaide (East Tce) 1874 Memorial 122/277

TIER, Leon Michael licensed victualler Adelaide 1888 Memorial 71/394

No 1

TIERNAN, Peter shepherd Adelaide 1841 Shepherd Encounter Bay 1847 Application 27452

TIERNAN, Peter shepherd Encounter Bay 1847[-1850] Memorial 166/9 Shepherd Adelaide 1850 Memorial 25/27

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TIERNEY, John labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 489/38

TIERNEY, John farmer Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Patrick LEE dairyman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/7/1856 Deposit 61/1857

TIERNEY, John yeoman Macclesfield 1863 Memorial 269/191

TIERNEY, Michael farmer Pekina 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

No 1

TIERNEY, Patrick carter Willaston 1886 Application 20929

TIERNEY, Patrick farmer Pekina 1897 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TIERNEY, Peter cooper Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 468/18

TIERNEY, Peter farmer Bugle Ranges 1853[-1858] Memorial 103/56

TIERNEY, Peter of Pekina 1881[-1897] Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

TIERNEY, Peter farmer near Salisbury Co Adelaide 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 168 County Dalhousie

TIERNEY, Peter, Michael and Patrick farmers Pekina 1894 Memorial 101/420

TIETJEN, Ludwig tailor Adelaide 1870 Application 10943

TIETKENS, William Henry linked with unspecified pastoral leases 1883 Memorial 56/348

TIETZ, Emily Maria married woman Alberton 1924 Application 27306

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TIETZ, John farmer Hundred of Coglin 1885 Memorial 60/369

TIETZ, John farmer Nackara Co Herbert 1890 Memorial 174/424

TIETZ, John hotelkeeper Oodlawirra Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

TIETZ, John licensed victualler Aberdeen near Kooringa 1913 Memorial 195/469

TIETZ, Vincent farmer Yongala 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 196 County Dalhousie

No 1

TIETZE, Ernst Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1856 Memorial 144/113

TIETZE, Ernst Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1858 Memorial 63/146

TIETZE, Ernst Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1862 Application 3264

TIETZEL, Otto Friedrich fruiterer Pt Adelaide 1896 Application 23117

TIGGEMANN, Adolph August farmer and contractor Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Cassini land grant 1952 Grant Book 11 Page 101 County Carnarvon

TIGGEMANN, Johann Adolph tanner Nairne 1877 Memorial 138/298

No 1

TIGHE, James licensed victualler Eagle on the Hill Leawood 1873 Memorial 221/269

TIGHE, James licensed victualler Norwood 1875 Grant Book 13 Page 10 County Dalhousie

TIGHE, James licensed victualler Norwood Co Adelaide. Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

TIGHE, James licensed victualler Kensington Co Adelaide. Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 489 County Daly

TIGHE, James licensed victualler Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 250 County Victoria

No 2

TIGHE, James clerk to Messrs DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1909 Memorial 78/462

TIGHE, Luke chaff merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 203/428

TILBARRY, Robert harbour pilot Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11703

TILLBROOK, Alfred limeburner Brighton 1892 Memorial 114/414

No 1

TILBROOK, Charles yeoman Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 199/110

TILBROOK, Charles farmer Mt Barker Springs 1865[-1869] Memorial 186/207

TILBROOK, Charles farmer Mt Barker Springs 1882 Application 19529

TILBROOK, Clement Harold blacksmith Prospect 1923 Application 27143

TILBROOK, Ellen Alma widow Koolunga relict of the late Frederick John Tilbrook formerly storekeeper but now deceased 1880 Memorial 211/321

TILBROOK, George labourer near Bordertown 1888 Memorial 175/391

TILBROOK, Henry Hammond publisher Clare 1886 Memorial 28/376

No 1

TILBROOK, Jabez farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

TILBROOK, Jabez farmer Willowie 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

TILBROOK, Jabez Percy Harold Methodist minister McLaren Vale 1917 Memorial 116/475

No 1

TILBROOK, John labourer Nairne 1859 Application 1043

TILBROOK, John farmer Nairne 1873 Memorial 77/281

TILBROOK, John farmer Nairne 1873 Application 12954

No 2 - perhaps the same person

TILBROOK, John farmer Brighton 1860 Memorial 230/161

TILBROOK, John farmer Brighton 1865 Application 6105

TILBROOK, John labourer Brighton 1888 Application 21464

No 3

TILBROOK, John farmer Koolunga 1886[-1878] Memorial 184/373

TILBROOK, Ellen Alma widow Koolunga, power of attorney to Thomas Edward ACRAMAN estate agent Adelaide, to undertake the administration of the estate of John Tilbrook storekeeper Koolunga on her behalf 17/2/1880 Deposit 79/1880

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

TILBROOK, John S farmer Yacka 1890 Memorial 206/405

TILBROOK, Joseph farmer Brentwood Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 258 County Fergusson

TILBROOK, Joshua machinist Yacka trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

TILBROOK, Keith Laurence Josiah driver Hope Valley 1944 Application 28391

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TILBROOK, Peter labourer Clarendon 1859 Memorial 95/152

TILBROOK, Peter labourer Hurtle Vale, died 28/5/1888 intestate. Letters of administration to his only brother, John Tilbrook labourer Brighton, to settle his £200 estate Memorial 195/392

TILBROOK, Peter labourer Hurtle Vale, died 28/5/1888 intestate and a widower without children, letters of administration to his brother John TILBROOK labourer Brighton to manage the estate 14./7/1888. Estate worth £200 Deposit 68/1888

No 1

TILBROOK, Samuel farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 120 County Sturt

TILBROOK, Samuel farmer Monarto 1882 Application 19529

TILDEN, Charles driver Stepney 1893 Memorial 24/418

No 1

TILDERGOST, Lars Olsson gentleman Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 76/149

TILDERGOST, Lars Olsson formerly gentleman Hindmarsh 1859 but now coachsmith Adelaide 1873 Application 13063

No 1

TILEMANN, Alexander merchant Adelaide 1860 Memorial 35/168

TILEMANN, Alexander and Carl merchants Adelaide 1861 Memorial 35/174

TILKA, Karl Albert farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon

TILKA, Martin farmer Gilles Plains Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1883 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

TILL, HE blacksmith Tanunda 1892 Memorial 75/412

TILL, Jabez farmer Maitland Hundred of Maitland land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 108 County Fergusson

No 1

TILL, Johann Michael farmer Tanunda 1852 Memorial 448/39

TILL, Johann Michael farmer Langmeil 1859 Memorial 219/150

TILL, Johann Michael yeoman, father of Johann Wilhelm Till farmer both of Langmeil 1862 Application 3499

TILL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Langmeil 1859 Memorial 78/152

TILLEN, John labourer The Sturt 1850[-1855] Memorial 120/25

No 1

TILLER, Charles and Richard farmers Inman River 1863 Memorial 303/190

No 1 – Charles Alfred Hall Tiller

TILLER, Charles farmer Baroota trustee Public School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

TILLER, Charles Alfred Hall farmer Baroota, had died by 1903. Executors – Richard Charles Tiller and David BEYER farmers Baroota Grant Book 24 Page 702 County Frome

TILLER, Frederick dairy farmer Ashville Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 95 County Russell

TILLER, George publican Mallala Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 364 County Gawler

TILLER, George Henry farmer Kooringa 1908 Application 25549

TILLER, John farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 469/92

No 1

TILLER, Richard farmer Inman Valley 1861 Memorial 90/187

TILLER, Richard no description, died c1861. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Tiller, for life then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees and executors: Thomas GOSS farmer Willunga and R Tiller's eldest son, William Tiller farmer Bald Hills Memorial 8/173

No 2

TILLER, Richard farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 240 County Gawler

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TILLER, William yeoman Willunga 1853 Memorial 270/53

TILLER, William farmer Bald Hills near Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 281/99

TILLER, William and William John Tiller farmers Hoyleton 1888 Memorial 96/395

TILLER, William the Younger farmer Hundred of Hall 1890[-1892] Memorial 131/401

No 1

TILLER, William John labourer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Hall land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 56 Page 212 County Stanley

TILLER, William John farmer Hundred of Hall trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

TILLER, William John of Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

TILLETT, John marble mason Norwood 1892 Application 22222

No 1

TILLETT, JA 4 Bridge St, Kensington 9/4/1948 Mr GE Cresswell, Lands Titles Office, Adelaide, Dear Sir - Thank you for your letter of the 2nd inst. My reason for resorting to correspondence instead of an interview is that my ears are not much good. … As regards the land, from all I can learn, this apparently remained vacant from the time God created it until I occupied it.' Application 27354

TILLETT, John Andrew retired draughtsman 4 Bridge St, Kensington, aged 75 in 1955, declared that he had built his own home and lived at the above address since 1913. He also built a house next door to lease to tenants Application 29123

TILLETT, Robert Woodcroft plasterer Norwood. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

No 1

TILLETT, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo 1855[-1856] Memorial 474/92

TILLETT, Thomas yeoman Callington 1856 Memorial 243/102

TILLETT, Thomas contractor Callington, died 11/8/1884 intestate Memorial 192/501

TILLETT, William carpenter Norwood. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

No 1

TILLEY, Charles farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 380/76

TILLEY, Charles formerly farmer Gawler River but now licensed victualler Redbanks 1877 Memorial 224/304

TILLEY, Daniel farmer Currency Creek 1880 Memorial 220/327

No 1

TILLEY, Edward merchant's clerk Adelaide 1868 Memorial 3/235

TILLEY, Embleton Roy gardener Mt Barker Rd, Glen Osmond 1946 Application 28496

TILLEY, GD carrier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Application 27946

TILLEY, George schoolmaster Myponga 1855 Memorial 67/135

No 1

TILLEY, Henry farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 194/71

TILLEY, Henry farmer Dry Creek 1861 Application 2505

TILLEY, Henry farmer Golden Grove 1867 Memorial 36/223

TILLEY, John farmer Golden Grove 1898 Memorial 22/434

No 1

TILLEY, John farmer Tea Tree Gully 1885 Application 20806

TILLEY, John farmer Golden Grove 1886 Application 20878

TILLEY, John farmer Golden Grove 1901 Application 24165

TILLEY, John the Elder farmer Golden Grove, died 3/8/1907 RPA Search 2393

No 2

TILLEY, John labourer Kenton Valley 1908[-1912] Memorial 151/459

No 1

TILLEY, John Henry farmer Golden Grove 1928 Memorial 50/499

TILLEY, John Henry farmer Golden Grove, aged 52 on 21/5/1928, declared that he had lived in the disrict all of his life Application 27714

TILLEY, John Henry farmer Golden Grove, aged 70 in May 1946, delared he had lived in the area all his life Application 28455

TILLEY, Olive Clarine housekeeper for Frank HENDER publican General Gordon Hotel, Grenfell St, Adelaide and divorced wife of Sidney Charles Tilley, changed her name to Olive Clarine HAWTON 1918 Memorial 135/476

No 1

TILLEY, Robert storekeeper Gladstone Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 576 County Frome

TILLEY, Robert storekeeper Gladstone 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 457 County Dalhousie

No 1

TILLEY, Thomas stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Grey land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 367 County Grey

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

TILLEY, Thomas formerly stockholder Gillap Station near Robe but now gentleman Adelaide 1874 Memorial 20/272

TILLEY, Thomas gentleman formerly of Gillap Station near Robe, but now of Adelaide, being about to go into parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Richard SMITH ironmonger Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/2/1874 Deposit 26/1874

No 1

TILLEY, William farmer Encounter Bay 1851 Memorial 8/51

TILLEY, William farmer Encounter Bay 1853 Memorial 8/51

TILLEY, WIlliam farmer near Pt Elliot 1853[-1864] Memorial 47/73

No 2

TILLEY, WIlliam farmer Nairne 1858 Memorial 149/143

TILLEY, WIlliam farmer Currency Creek 1880[-1881] Memorial 220/327, Application 18494

No 3

TILLEY, William Esquire Krongart Penola 1855 Memorial 439/90

TILLEY, William Esquire Robe, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/1/1870 Deposit 68/1872

TILLEY, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1871 Memorial 7/256

TILLEY, William Esquire Adelaide 1874 Memorial 223/272

No 4

TILLEY, William schoolmaster Virginia 1867 Application 8203

No 1

TILLING, John farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 3/156

TILLING, John farmer Hawker Creek [perhaps near Kapunda?] 1861[-1874] Memorial 174/184

TILLING, John farmer Hawker Creek [probably near Section 134 Hundred of Kapunda] near Kapunda 1872 Application 12222

TILLY, Alfred and Percy of Arthurton 1889 Memorial 185/399

No 1

TILLY, Edward shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 476/36

TILLY, Edward formerly bootmaker Adelaide but now farmer Bull Creek 1855. Other members of the family appeared to be Elizabeth Roberts nee Tilly wife of Josiah Willshire Roberts farmer Myponga, and Eliza ADAMS nee Tilly wife of John William Adams bootmaker Bull Creek Memorial 69/109

TILLY, Edward storekeeper Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

TILLY, Edward carpenter Bowden 1868 Application 9332.

TILLY, Edward railway clerk Goodwood 1873 Memorial 49/266

TILLY, Edward bootmaker Goodwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

TILLY, Edward the Elder farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

TILLEY, Edward farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

TILLY, Edward the Elder farmer Arthurton trustee Public Cemetery Arthurton 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

TILLY, Edward the Elder farmer Arthurton linked withe Jabez Tilly farmer Maitland 1886 Memorial 1/377

TILLY, George tailor Kensington 1882[-1887] Memorial 36/338

TILLY, George Joseph baker and grocer Stepney 1871 Memorial 176/251

TILLY, Jabez farmer Maitland 1886 Memorial 1/377

No 1

TILLY, John farmer Condowie Plains Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

TILLY, John farmer Kilkerran 1887[-1892] Memorial 12/384

TILLY, John farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

TILLY, Percy of Arthurton 1886[-1889] Memorial 152/377

No 2

TILLY, Thomas gardener Section 1120 near Adelaide 1879 Memorial 166/318

TILLY, Thomas market gardener Brownhill Creek 1884 Application 20192

No 1

TILMOUTH, Herbert John out of business 10 Beaufort St, Woodville 1949 Memorial 59/524

TILMOUTH, Herbert John out of business Crewe St, Henley Beach, and Flora Jean Tilmouth his wife 1951 Memorial 195/525

TILNEY, George Edward brickmaker Thebarton 1840 Application 25744

TIMBERLAKE, Frank Methodist minister Nairne 1946 Memorial 66/521

TIMCKE, Eduard and Ferdinand dairymen East Adelaide 1883 Memorial 130/351

TIMCKE, Heinrich Eduard Friedrich and Georg Ferdinand bran and chaff merchants Stepney 1881. Probably related to Joachim Wilhelm Timcke of Stepney Application 18879

TIMCKE, Wilhelm carpenter Stepney 1854 Memorial 422/78

No 1

TIMENS, Michael farmer South Para 1851[-1859] Memorial 47/30 Sources of the Rhine land grant 1856 Memorial 256/107

TIMENS, Michael farmer South Para 1851 Memorial 318/170

Farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1864] Memorial 317/170

TIMENS, Michael farmer Greenock Creek 1864. He could not write any more, because he had developed a 'nervous debility' Application 5032

TIMENS, Michael farmer and proprietor near Greenock, died 1873. He left the whole of his estate to his wife, Ann Agnes Timens, for her lifetime (to dispose of real estate in the interests of their family), then to their son, John Alexander Timens, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 115/269

TIMENS, Ann Agnes widow Greenock 1874, relict of the late Michael Timens formerly farmer Greenock 1859 Application 13577

TIMENS, Ann Agnes widow Greenock Creek relict of the late Michael Timens formerly farmer Greenock Creek but now deceased 1877 Memorial 235/301

TIMENS, Peter Francis of Walloway 1881 Memorial 208/329

TIMMANN, August Adolph foreman and accountant Adelaide 1897 Memorial 107/432

No 1

TIMMINS, Henry farmer Nairne 1853[-1874] Memorial 249/53

TIMMINS, Henry tanner Nairne 1855 Memorial 7/91

TIMMINS, Henry of Nairne. of Nairne. Trustee Nairne Land, Building and Investment Society 1865 Memorial 88/205

TIMMINS, Henry tanner Nairne 1874 Trustee of the Loyal Flinders Lodge 671Nairne Application 16885

TIMMINS, Henry Andrew grazier Nairne 1909 Memorial 75/462

TIMMINS, J of Westward Ho 1888 Memorial 96/392

No 1

TIMMINS, James butcher Adelaide 1909 Memorial 73/462

TIMMINS, James butcher Prospect and Edith Timmins his wife 1912 Memorial 9/468

TIMMINS, James farmer Woodside 1932[-1933] Memorial 69/505

TIMMINS, James formerly butcher but then out of business Franklin St, Adelaide, died 27/8/1941 Prospect. Husband of Edith Timmins. Father of Norman Alfred Timmins (to get £10,000 less than the other children in the division of the estate). Other children mentioned but not named Memorials 109 & 110/516

TIMMINS, Michael farmer Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 65/133

TIMMS, Joseph contractor Adelaide 1914[-1925] Memorial 176/470

TIMMS, Michael shepherd Munno Para 1849 Memorial 44/26

No 1

TIMPERON, Thomas farmer Ardrossan 1888[-1893] Memorial 226/393

TIMPERON, Thomas farmer Ardrossan 1889, died c1895. Executors: Joseph GRAHAM farmer Ardrossan, and John Trail MCLEAN manufacturer Adelaide Memorial 227/428

TIMPERON, Thomas farmer Ardrossan, died c1890. Husband of Ellen Timperon Memorial 187/432

TIMS, Edward George clerk Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 118 County Grey

TIMS, George Keeper of HM Gaol Mt Gamber 1877 Application 15972

TIMS, Robert William police trooper Mt Gambier 1877 Application 15972

TINGEY, Henry storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1872 Memorial 186/267

No 1

TINGEY, James joiner Adelaide 1848[-1849] Memorial 356/12

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TINGEY, James storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849[-1850] Memorials 412/45, 105/28

TINGEY, James storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) declared insolvent on 24/2/1853 Memorial 333/51

TINK, Harry Victor John greengrocer 57 East St, Brompton 1946, declared that he had lived in the area for 40 years Application 28433

TINK, John greengrocer Brompton 1907 Memorial 142/456

TINK, Richard labourer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 138/57

TINK, William Dawe linked with Section 308 Hundred of Freeling Co Sturt 1879 Memorial 13/319

TINKS, James Murray trader Milang, died 1889. Husband of Catherine Tinks. Executors: William Peter DUNK merchant Milang and Frederick POTTS master mariner Milang. The executors had to create a trust fund out of J Tinks' estate not left to his widow to raise their unnamed family who were still only young when their father died. Trustee Frederick POTTS vigneron and dairyman Calliope Cottage Langhorne Creek, died 9/11/1907, by committing suicide with a gun, aged 54 Application 26012

TINKS, Jane widow Bletchley 1883 Application 19764

No 1

TINKLER, George William gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 308/73

TINCKLER/TINKLER, George William clerk Queenstown 1855 Memorial 81/89

No 1

TINKS, James of Milang 1864 Memorial 275/199

TINKS, James steam boat proprietor Milang 1886 Memorial 14/378

TINKS, James master mariner Milang 1886 Memorial 38/378

TINKS, James Murray trader Milang, died 16/10/1889. Husband of Catharine Tinks widow Milang. Father of William Tinks master mariner Morgan, Annie and Emily Maud Tinks spinsters Milang, Edward James Tinks railway employe Leederville WA and Eliza DUNK nee Tinks wife of Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang. The family was disposed thus in 1906 Memorial 18/455

TINKS, Annie spinster Milang and Emily Maud DAVIDSON wife of Arthur Davidson farmer Angas Plains formerly EM Tinks spinster Milang 1911 Memorial 77/465

TINKS, Jane widow Woodchester linked with Phillip Taylor Tinks farmer Woodchester 1880 Memorial 233/326

TINKS, Robert Taylor farmer Woodchester 1880 Memorial 103/324

No 1

TINLINE, George accountant Bank of SA Adelaide 1843 Memorial 58/3 Cashier to the Bank of SA Adelaide 1846 Memorial 482/5

TINLINE, George Acting Manager SA Banking Company Adelaide 1851 Memorial 233/36

TINLINE, Georgeno description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1851 Application 19039

TINLINE, George Manager of the SA Banking Co in SA Adelaide 1858 Memorial 28/156

TINLINE, George MLC of Parkside 1860 Memorial 227/170

TINLINE, George Esquire Parkside 1861 Application 2317

TINLINE, George sheep farmer Adelaide 1864 Memorial 337/199

TINLINE, George Esquire late of Adelaide, power of attorney to Alexander HAY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his interest in land owned jointly with William Martin LETCHFORD Esquire Adelaide 21/4/1871. By 14/1/1881 he was living at 17 Princes Squire Bayswater, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William John BRIND and James Madder TINLINE Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs Deposits 91/1871, 248/1881

TINLINE, George Esquire 17 Princes Square, Bayswater, Middlesex, England 1871[-1881] Memorial 76/255

TINLINE, George Esquire of parts beyond the sea. Father of James Madder Tinline Esquire of parts beyond the seas 1883. JM Tinline was in Adelaide 1885 Memorial 119/353, Memorial 2/368

TINLINE, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of 12 Pembridge Square, Bayswater, Middlesex, England 1894 Application 22736

TINLINE, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but then of 12 Pembridge Square, Bayswater, Middlesex, England, died 1/2/1895 Melbourne Vic. Father of James Madder Tinline Esquire Rockbeare near Exeter, Somerset, England, and Janette Oliver VETCH wife of William Francis Vetch colonel in HM Army 1 Hyde Park Gate, Middlesex, England. Brother to John Tinline Esquire Nelson New Zealand Memorials 58 & 59/443

No 1

TINLINE, James Madder Esquire Adelaide son of George Tinline Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1882 Memorial 188/338

TINLINE, James Madder Esquire Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/3/1882. He was about to leave the province again soon after 12/8/1885. By 17/12/1890, JM Tinline was living at The Grange, Rockbeare, Devon, England, power of attorney to Charles Burton Hardy solicitor Adelaide to manage his SA business affairs, particularly in the purchase and management of BHP shares 17/12/1890 Deposits 66/1882, 147/1885, 13/1891

TINLINE, James Madder Esquire Adelaide, son of George Tinline Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the sea. G Tinline settled 13 allotments in Alberton upon his son as a gift 1882 Application 19064

TINLINE, James Madder Esquire Adelaide 1885 Memorial 2/368

TINLINE, James Madder Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of The Grange Rockbeare, Devon, England 1891 Memorial 55/407

TINETT/TENETT, Michael gardener North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 225/38

TIPP, William Follett agent Norwood and Rebecca Tipp his wife, formerly Rebecca WOOD widow of the late Thomas Wood formerly stockholder Robe now deceased 1895 Memorial 214/423

No 1

TIPPETT, Alfred Morton accountant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 243/375

TIPPETT, AM clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL & SYMON solicitors Adelaide 1888 Memorial 118/390

TIPPETT, AM accountant Adelaide 1911[-1920] Memorial 64/465

TIPPETT, Alfred Morton accountant Hay St, North Walkerville 1938 Memorial 78/512

No 1

TIPPETT, Benjamin farmer Cudlee Creek 1881 Application 18955

TIPPETT, Benjamin of Millbrook. Father of Mary Jane Tippett 1885 Application 20989

TIPPETT, Benjamin gentleman Millbrook and Rose Tippett his wife formerly Rose GERNER widow of the late Frederick Kingsford Gerner but now deceased. Harry Gerner cooper Adelaide a son of hers by her first husband 1886 Memorial 225/380

TIPPETT, Benjamin gentleman Millbrook and Rose Tippett his wife formerly Rose GERNER relict of the late Frederick Kingsford Gerner formerly cooper Adelaide but now deceased 1890 Memorial 117/401

No 2

TIPPETT, Frederick William fruitgrower Cudlee Creek 1933 Memorial 70/506

No 1

TIPPETT, George of Mt Barker Creek near the Bugle Ranges 1865 Memorial 218/206

TIPPETT, George farmer Mt Barker Creek 1868 Application 9297

No 1

TIPPETT, James Richard miner Kurilla Mine Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 89 County Daly

TIPPETT, James Richard miner Broken Hill NSW. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TIPPETT, John engineer Tungkillo 1851 Memorial 261/38

TIPPETT, John gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 131/78

No 2

TIPPETT, John licensed victualler Millbrook Hotel Chain of Ponds 1857[-1858] Memorial 326/120

TIPPETT, John William engineer Chain of Ponds. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 190 County Adelaide

TIPPETT, John William/Williams innkeeper Chain of Ponds 1861 Memorial 143/171

TIPPETT, John Williams engineer Chain of Ponds 1863[-1878] Memorial 74/189

TIPPETT, John engineer Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

TIPPETT, John engineer Millbrook 1885. He rented out his two properties at Millbrook 5-room dwelling house, garden and paddock, plus two allotments and cottage for £27 a year the lot, for 5 years, payable monthly, with right of purchase of £350 Application 20750

TIPPETT, John mining engineer Section 6127 Millbrook 1893 Application 22473

No 3

TIPPETT, John farmer Sunning Hill 1865 Memorial 116/202

No 4

TIPPETT, John gentleman East Adelaide 1909 Application 25644

No 1

TIPPING, Oswald public officer Elder, Smith & Co, Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1917 Application 26592

TIPPING, Oswald Manager of Elder's Trustee & Executor Co Ltd, Currie St, Adelaide 1920 Application 26837

TIPPING, Oswald company manager Adelaide 1927 Memorial 114/498

TIRREL, Thomas engineer SA 1851 Memorial 196/39

TISCHER, Friedrich Theodor farmer Lake Alexandrina linked with Justus Wilhelm Christian Tischer farmer near Tolderol 1875 Memorial 202/280

TISDALE, Richard schoolmaster Adelaide (Sturt St) 1852[-1854] Memorial 133/39

TISHBRIT/TISLBRET, Emilie widow Goodwood 1884[-1891] Memorial 172/357

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TISSINGTON, Frederick farmer Gawler 1882 Memorial 185/341

TISSINGTON, Frederick labourer Kangaroo Flat 1882 Memorial 162/344

No 1

TITCOMBE, Henry labourer Adelaide 1839. He died 9/7/1843 Willunga intestate, by the visitation of God, aged 35. His only living son, William Titcombe, born 29/3/1841, now labourer of Moonta 1881, inherited his estate as heir at law. Henry Titcombe had married Elizabeth CHANDLER on 16/1/1833 Ovenbury, Wilts, England. By 1881, she had become Elizabeth DAVIS late of Clarendon but now of Wilton Application 18176

TITCOMBE, William farmer Clarendon 1871 Application 11590

TITE, Henry Joseph and John Henry TREVASKIS drapers Adelaide (Rundle St) Memorial 59/426 59/426

No 1

TITE, Ken F law clerk Adelaide 1919[-1920] Memorial 144/478

TITE, Ken F licensed landbroker Adelaide 1954 Memorial 52/529

No 1

TITE, Lavington Yeo storekeeper Payneham 1853 Memorial 175/54

TITE, Lavington Yeo farmer Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 252/69

TITE, Lavington Yeo farmer formerly of Payneham but now of Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 221/148

TITE, Lavington Yeo land agent Victor Harbor 1872 Memorial 33/267

TITE, Lavington Yeo formerly storekeeper Payneham but now stockholder Pt Victor 1893 Application 22511

TITE, Lavington Yeo formerly farmer Pt Elliot but now gentleman Encounter Bay 1912 Memorial 85/467

No 1

TITHERINGTON, John Bisbrowne Anglican clergyman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 75/164

TITHERINGTON, John Bisbrowne Incumbent of Holy Trinity Riverton, died 1867, He left his entire estate to Mary Nattle SWINDEN widow of the late Charles Swinden formerly Esquire Riverton but now deceased Memorial 200/235

TITHERINGTON, John Bisbrowne Clerk in Holy Orders Riverton, died 1/10/1867. He bequeathed his whole estate, including Section 32 Hundred of Apoinga to Mary Nattle SWINDEN widow Glenelg, widow of the late Charles Swinden Esquire Riverton. The estate worth £300 Application 21264

TITLEY, Archibald chairman of the District Council of Hall 1915 Memorial 138/473

No 1

TITLEY, Edward blacksmith Halbury trustee Institute Halbury Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

TITLEY, Edward blacksmith and farmer Halbury Hundred of Hall land grant 1884[-1888] Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

TITT, Edward Fremantle gentleman Section 301 Survey B 1853[-1854] Memorial 258/53

TITTERTON, E of Milang 1918 Memorial 137/477

No 1

TIVER, Arnold Thomas farmer Pt Wakefield trustee Yararoo School 1931 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

TIVER, Arnold Thomas farmer and grazier South Hummocks. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1953 Grant Book 14 Page 157 County Daly

No 1

TIVER, Augustus mason Aberdeen 1881 Application 18851

TIVER, Augustus mason Aberdeen 1882 Memorial 64/345

TIVER, Augustus mason Aberdeen Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

No 1

TIVER, Charles Godwin mason Redruth near Kooringa 1911 Memorial 174/465

TIVER, Charles Godwin formerly building contractor Aberdeen near Kooringa but then out of business Fullarton, died 10/9/1932 Memorial 91/512

TIVER, Edwin Thomas mason Hastings St, Glenelg 1929 Application 27736

TIVER, George Samuel grazier Hallett 1922 Memorial 6/487

TIVER, Gertrude Blanche married woman Banbury near Hallett 1916 Memorial 192/474

No 1

TIVER, Harold Walter grocer's assistant Aberdeen near Kooringa 1902 Memorial 172/446

TIVER, Harold Walter farmer and grazier Copperhouse, aged 76 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the Copperhouse district for 50 years Application 29256

No 1

TIVER, James stonemason Aberdeen 1858[-1862] Memorial 86/142

TIVER, James builder Redruth 1859[-1871] Memorial 218/155

TIVER, James draper Aberdeen 1873 Memorial 43/270

TIVER, James storekeeper Aberdeen 1874 Application 27856

TIVER, James grocer and draper Aberdeen 1874 Memorial 188/273

TIVER, James merchant Aberdeen 1886 Application 20890

TIVER, James sheepfarmer and storekeeper Aberdeen 1897 Memorial 48/430

TIVER, James storekeeper Aberdeen 1900, declared that he had erected a lime kiln on Lot 11 in Aberdeen during 1858, and began burning lime there. He also dressed stones on that site for the bridge which he and Thomas BURGOYNE built for the Midland Road Board in September 1859. J Tiver fenced in the allotment in 1870 and built a general store on the adjoining allotment at the same time. During 1878, he built a galvanized iron stable and coachhouse on Lot 11 Application 24046

TIVER, James storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903 Memorial 148/450

No 4

TIVER, James storekeeper Hallett Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

TIVER, James storekeeper Hallett 1882 Application 19499

TIVER, James sheep farmer Hallett 1885 Memorial 175/365

No 1

TIVER, Murray Harold grazier Hallett 1929 Memorial 28/502

TIVER, Murray Harold grazier Aberdeen 1934 Application 27932

TIVER, Murray Harold grazier Kooringa 1937 Memorial 40/511 

No 1

TIZARD, Henry Joseph labourer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 148/140

TIZARD, Henry Joseph [formerly labourer but now] butcher Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1859 Memorial 131/153

No 1

TIZZARD, Samuel Hammett baker Portland Estate 1858[-1874] Memorial 220/132

TIZZARD, Samuel Hammett baker formerly of the Portland Estate but late of 53 Dight St, Collingwood Vic, died 15/6/1897 intestate and a widower. Letters of administration to his daughter and only child, Lucy Elizabeth RITZ wife of Friedrich Ritz baker 12 Hanover St, Prahran Vic. She was 20 years old when she married on 5/4/1884 at Richmond. Born in Berne, Switzerland, he was 27 when he married. Lucy Elizabeth Ritz died 19/8/1897. She had given birth to a daughter, Mary Dorothy Grace Ritz, on 20/5/1885 at 12 Hanover St Application 23448

No 1

TOBIN, John farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 257/82

TOBIN, John farmer Kapunda 1864 Application 5861

TOBIN, John farmer Violet Hill near Kapunda 1870[-1882] Memorial 218/244

TOBIN, John farmer Belvidere near Kapunda 1883 Application 19575

TOBIN, Margaret spinster dressmaker Vineyard Tce, Kooringa, died 2/8/1912, of morbus cordis and consumption, aged 42. Born at Kooringa Memorial 191/495

No 1 - possibly the same person

TOBIN, Michael farmer District of Mudla Wirra 1856 Memorial 489/94

TOBIN, Michael farmer Hill River 1860[-1866] Memorial 345/164

TOBIN, Michael storekeeper Auburn 1872 Application 12180

No 2 - possibly the same person

TOBIN, Michael boundary rider Motpena 1879 Memorial 13/320

TOBIN, Michael labourer Burra 1894 Memorial 218/421

TOBIN, Michael labourer Burra linked with Margaret Josephine Tobin and Philomena Tobin spinsters Burra 1903 Memorial 213/447

TOBIN, William labourer Norwood 1871 Application 11501

No 1

TOBIN, William Henry engineer Exeter and Isabella Mary Ann Tobin his wife 1893[-1897] Memorial 83/416

TOBIN, William Henry engineer Exeter near Semaphore and Isabella Mary Ann Tobin his wife 1895 Application 22867

TOBIN, William Henry engineer Napier St, Exeter 1936, declared that his wife, Isabella Smith Tobin, who had died recently, was the late James FLETT's adopted daughter. James Flett bootmaker Watervale, died 13/12/1891. His estate worth £5. He left his entire estate to his widow, Mary Ann Flett, in trust for life, then to his daughter Mary Flett two-thirds of the estate and to his adopted daughter Isabella Flett one-third of the estate both absolutely in remainder expectant. Mary Anne Flett widow Hookina, died 16/8/1893, of heart disease, congestion of the lungs and dropsy, aged 72 Application 27994

TOBITT, Annie widow Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1936 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

No 1

TOBITT, George Newenham and James millers Tanunda 1850[-1854]

Memorial 242/28

TOBITT, George Newenham farmer Greenock 1855 Memorial 496/85

TOBITT, George Newenham miller formerly of Tanunda but now of Light Plains 1856. Linked with James Tobitt miller Nuriootpa Memorial 424/97

TOBITT, George Newenham miller Stockwell 1857[-1858] Memorial 19/121

TOBITT, Henry teamster Stone Hut Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

No 1

TOBITT, James miller Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 16/56

TOBITT, James miller Section 156 Nuriootpa 1853 Memorial 291/51

TOBITT, James miller Angas Park declared an insolvent debtor in 1858 Memorial 67/146

No 1

TOBY, Jacob master mariner Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 312/14

TOBY, Jacob master mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 247/124

No 1

TOCCHI, Auguste distiller Parkside 1868 Memorial 69/232

TOCCHI, Auguste salt manufacturer Yorketown 1880[-1881] Memorial 1/325

TOCCHI, Auguste (often wrongly written Augustus) salt refiner Yorketown 1883 Memorial 236/349

TOCCHI, Auguste of Yorketown 1892 Memorial 206/413

No 1 - the Elder

TOD, Alexander merchant London, Middlesex, England, purchased land in Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 420/66

TOD, Alexander merchant 27 Austin Friars London, England 1860 Gawler township land purchase Memorial 72/166

TOD, Alexander merchant formerly of Austin Friars, London, but now of East India Ave, Leadenhall St, London, England. He owned land in Gawler 1865 Memorial 17/201

TOD, Alexander merchant late of Austin Friars, London, Middlesex, England but now of East India Avenue, Leadenhall St, London, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to sell Lots 4, 6 Gawler 25/11/1864 Deposit 19/1865

No 2 - the Younger

TOD, Alexander the Younger banker's clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1873 Memorial 19/264

TOD, Alexander the Younger banker's clerk Melbourne Vic owned land in the Hundred of Yankalilla 1873[-1874] Memorial 158/266

TOD, Alexander the Younger banker's clerk Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Arthur Frederick ACKHURST articled clerk Adelaide, to look after his SA business interests 1874 Memorial 209/271

TOD, Alexander the Younger banking clerk formerly of Adelaide but of now Melbourne Vic, nephew to Alexander Tod the Elder of parts beyond the sea 1881 Application 18768

No 1

TOD, Patrick James shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1840 Application 27887

TOD, Patrick James Esquire purchased Sections 2607, 2608 land grants Angas Special Survey near Strathalbyn 1841. He sold this land in 1847 to Charles Gilpin Esquire of Lake Victoria, who also purchased nearby Section 2713 as a land grant the next year, in 1848. He mortgaged the sections also in 1848 to JB NEALES for £2,083 in order to finance the land purchase and buy sheep from him. However, Gilpin must have got into financial difficulties and decided to sell the assets later that same year to JB Neales, who then laid out the township of New Hamburg on the site, by 3/11/1851, when the sub-divider sold allotments to Alexander STARK of Strathalbyn Application 15793

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Strathalbyn 1846 an investor who helped purchase Sections 1662, 1663, 1666 Co Light on which was established the Greenock Creek Mine Memorials 206/7

TOD, Patrick James Esquire the Pine Forest near North Adelaide 1847 a director and trustee and investor in the Greenock Creek Mining Co, which began operations on 3/3/1847. Other partners in the venture included Henry COLLIER merchant Alberton, David RANDALL Esquire Adelaide (Rundle St), Matthew SMITH Esquire Adelaide (Gawler Place) and Edward Walter WICKES Esquire Adelaide (Rundle St). Richard RODDA mining captain Angaston also played a role Memorial 14/9

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Waltham Lodge near North Adelaide 1847 Memorial 182/10

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Gawler by 1848. Esquire and Trustee North Kapunda Mining Company Adelaide 1850 Memorial 203/23

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Gawler. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 270/24

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Spring Grove near Adelaide [perhaps near Norwood?] 1851 Memorial 414/29

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Waltham Lodge near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 343/37

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the said province for divers good causes and considerations, power of attorney to John HART Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 26/1/1852 Deposit 51/OA

TOD, Patrick James Esquire Adelaide, about to leave SA, power of attorney to Edward Castres GWYNNE gentleman Adelaide, to sell Lot 6 in the Township of Pt Adelaide 15/4/1853 Deposit 74/OA

TOD, Patrick James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now sojourning in Victoria 1853 Memorial 381/52

TOD, Patrick James Esquire formerly of Spring Grove near Adelaide, died 30/5/1855 Cairo, Egypt. All his personal estate to his wife, Louisa Tod. Real estate to be put in trust, for his wife, Louisa Tod, to have the income during her lifetime; then to all his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustee John Barton HACK builder Sussex St, North Adelaide. Estate worth £450 Deposit 12/1859

TOD, Philip clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 7/356

No 1

TOD, Robert merchant New Zealand 1839 Memorial 221/47

TOD, Robert merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of New Zealand 1846 Memorial 266/6

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TOD, Robert commission agent Adelaide 1853 Memorial 252/59

TODD, Agnes Sophia Gertrude widow London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Henry Strype ANTHONY brewer Adelaide, to sell the SA real estate of her late husband, John Todd formerly physician Devon Road, Surrey, England, but now deceased 8/6/1883 Deposit 226/1883

TODD, Albert Edward clerk Glanville and Edith Mary Todd his wife 1941 Application 28286

No 1

TODD, Alfred Addison merchant Adelaide 1849. He bought land at Beaumont Memorial 227/16 By 1850, in partnership with Jonathan Burns WERE, trading as Were, Todd & Co Memorial 321/27

TODD, Alfred Addison formerly merchant Adelaide 1849 but now Esquire Melbourne Vic 1867 Application 8506

TODD, Benjamin hairdresser Pt Adelaide, died before 1887. His widow, Marion Todd, had become Marion JOHNSON wife of Henry John Johnson master mariner Sydney NSW by 1887. The Todd children included: Henry and Benjamin Todd Memorial 8/389

TODD, Charles Edward of Kapunda and Mary Elizabeth Todd his wife 1882 Application 19205

No 1

TODD, Charles James Henthorn Morton merchant Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 60/379

TODD, Charles James Henthorn Morton gentleman formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 219/419

TODD, Charles James Henthorn Morton gentleman Adelaide 1894 Memorial 180/422

TODD, Charles James Henthorn Morton merchant Adelaide 1909 Application 25556

TODD, Charles James Henthorn Morton Esquire Adelaide 1913 Application 26248

No 1

TODD, Charles Morton clerk Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 236/356

TODD, Charles Morton [formerly clerk Pt Adelaide but now] sharebroker Adelaide 1899 Memorial 155/439

TODD, Christina widow Pt Adelaide 1877[-1887] Memorial 104/299

No 1

TODD, George farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 300/59

TODD, George farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Munno Para 1855[-1859] Memorial 341/80

TODD, George farmer near Smithfield Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 296 County Gawler

TODD, George farmer Nantawarra 1887[-1890] Memorial 200/382

TODD, George farmer Angle Vale, died c1903. Husband of Mary Ann Todd. Perhaps father of William George Todd carrier Virginia Memorial 118/450

No 2

TODD, George farmer Nairne Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 186 County Stanley

TODD, George of Koolunga Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880[-1900] Grant Book 55 Page 188 County Stanley

No 3

TODD, George farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1914 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

TODD, George farmer Mt Lofty. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1918 Grant Book 2 Page 104 County Adelaide

No 1

TODD, Hedley L accountant Adelaide (31 Grenfell St) 1900 Memorial 20/440

TODD, Hedley Lawrence Esquire Adelaide and Jessie Todd his wife 1902[-1907] Memorial 14/445, Application 25246

TODD, Jessie (wife of Hedley Lawrence Todd Esquire Adelaide) 1899 an executrix appointed to administer the estate of the late James SCOTT formerly stockholder Darling River near Wentworth NSW now deceased, who died 24/2/1872 Memorial 30/439

No 1

TODD, Henry of Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 149/23

TODD, Henry hair dresser Pt Adelaide 1850[-1870] Memorial 249/23, Application 2875

TODD, Henry dealer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 409/65

TODD, Henry storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 99/73

TODD, Henry grocer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 191/99

TODD, Henry rate collector Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9383

TODD, Henry hairdresser Pt Adelaide, died 26/5/1876. He left his shop, house and land in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, in trust for life, to his widow, Christina Todd, then to his son, Benjamin Todd hairdresser Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide, absolutely in remainder expectant. £50 to his daughter, Elizabeth O’HAULAN wife of Patrick O’Haulan. Benjamin Todd died 14/5/1877 Pt Adelaide intestate. His widow, Marion Todd, took out letters of administration for the estate. Marion Todd 33 Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide (Father: James STEWART) remarried to Henry John JOHNSON 34 master mariner Dale St, Pt Adelaide (Father; Frederick Henry Johnson) on 7/5/1883 Chalmer’s Church manse North Tce, Adelaide. Minister: David PATON. Witnesses: Hannah SPENCER and Ida A Paton both West Tce, Adelaide. The Jonsons went to live in Sydney from where HJ Johnson came 1890 Application 21788

TODD, Henry hairdresser St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, died in May 1876. Real estate including shop, dwelling house, cottages and land in St Vincent St, to his wife, Christina Todd, for life, provided she paid the mortgage, then to his son, Benjamin Todd hairdresser Pt Adelaide. The testator's daughter, Elizabeth O'HANLON wife of Patrick O'Hanlon, to get furniture and money Memorial 68/302

TODD, Henry hairdresser Pt Adelaide, died 26/5/1876. Husband of Christina Todd. Their son, Benjamin Todd hairdresser Pt Adelaide, died 14/5/1877 intestate. Benjamin Todd's widow, Marion Todd, remarried 7/5/1883 to Henry John JOHNSON master mariner Sydney NSW by 1887 Memorial 76/389

TODD, Henry hairdresser St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, died 26/5/1876. A fire had destroyed much of his personal property c1870 Application 16192

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TODD, James farmer Blackhill Valley near Kanmantoo 1861[-1863] Memorial 329/173

TODD, James farmer near Kanmantoo 1865 Memorial 273/202

TODD, James farmer Nairne Creek 1866[-1872] Memorial 325/209

TODD, James farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1871 Memorial 175/251

TODD, James farmer Kaloonga 1876 Memorial 159/287

No 2

TODD, James baker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

TODD, James Ruddell wine merchant and SA Company trustee 33 Portland Place, Marylebone, died 4/12/1852 of disease of the stomach and kidneys, aged 65. Foundation trustee. Buried in All Souls Cemetery, Kensall Green, Kensington, Middlesex 11/12/1852. At this stage, John FUSSELL, one of the two surviving directors, was in ‘a very infirm state of bodily health, by reason of paralysis and was unable to execute any of the duties of a trustee of the said Company’. Meeting of 9/12/1852 removed Fussell from office, and appointed Bertram Wodehouse CURRIE Esquire Cornhill, Middlesex, and Charles ROBERTS Esquire Mincing Lane, Middlesex, to replace the two above trustees. They acted with the surviving foundation trustee, Edward DIVETT. John Fussell iron manufacturer 15 Chapel St, Park Lane, died 24/3/1853 paralysis from effusion on the brain for 11 months, aged 70. Richard Boswell BEDDOME of solicitors Beddome & Weir 27 Nicholas Lane, London, witnessed the declaration for the SA Lands Office 13/4/1853. The London Manager of the SA Company at this time was Andrew MILLER of 4 New Broad St, London. The trustees were also Directors of the SA Company. Foundation trustee Edward DIVETT landed proprietor and MP for Exeter, died 26/7/1864 Bystock House, Colaston Raleigh, Devon, of diseased bladder which had caused trouble for about a year, aged 66. John Divett of Bovey Tracey was present at the death Deposit 127/1868

No 1

TODD, John miller Parkside 1856[-1858] Memorial 91/100

No 2

TODD, John Esquire Konetta Station near Robe 1871 Memorial 111/256

TODD, John gentleman formerly of Konetta Station but now of Melbourne Vic 1875[-1891] Memorial 132/285

TODD, John formerly stockholder Konetta Station but now of Brewarrina NSW 1881 Memorial 197/329

TODD, John Esquire Konetta Station, near Robe, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his co-executor, George GLEN Esquire Mayura near Millicent, to manage his responsibility in the estate of Edward STOCKDALE of Richmond Park, Robe, who died 9/3/1869. By 27/8/1875, J Todd was living in Melbourne; he gave power of attorney to George Glen to arrange for a lease of the Stockdale property to William HUTCHISON and Andrew DUNN sheep farmers Robe. By 7/1/1881, J Todd was living at Brewarrina NSW, when he agreed to let Richmond Park to Robert STOCKDALE sheep farmer Robe Deposits 2/1872, 237/1875, 19/1881

No 3

TODD, John and Robert blacksmiths Adelaide (Pt TA 161 Hindmarsh Square) 1914 Memorial 42/471

TODD, Samuel wholesale draper Adelaide 1861 Memorial 296/179

TODD, Sarah Ann nee RICE, widow Nelson St, Adelaide, died [15/3/1897, aged 71. Relict of James Todd], leaving several cottages and vacant land in Adelaide in trust to the use of her brother, James RICE of Tillingham, near Malden, Essex, England, for life, and then equally absoutely in remainder expectant to his children. Executors and trustees of her will - Edward James ROOME and William Allan Todd. James Rice died 29/6/1902. His children, Hannah Sophia HEARD, wife of Amos Heard police constable 20 Connington Road, Morden Hill, Lewisham, Kent, England, Sarah Ann RICE spinster The Limes, Tillingham, Southminster, Essex; England, and Alice WREN wife of Charles Edwin Wren carpenter 33 Bethel Ave, Canning Town, Essex, England, power of attorney to MOULDEN & Co solicitors Adelaide, to recover from the trustees all the money owing to the beneficiaries from the real estate, in accordance with the will. Another child, unnamed, also survived but did not join in the power of attorney 10/12/1902 Memorial 230/447, Deposit 11/1903

TODD, Susan spinster Bowden 1850. A John CARTER gentleman Bowden settled two lots in Bowden upon her for life. Memorial 106/23 By 1858, Susan Todd live in Stepney and John Carter had moved to Norwood Memorial 283/150

No 1

TODD, Thomas miller Adelaide 1863 Memorial 96/189

TODD, Thomas miller Daveyston 1869 Memorial 237/238

No 2

TODD, Thomas of Maitland 1880 Memorial 79/328

TODD, Thomas labourer Maitland 1883[-1887] Memorial 70/355

No 3

TODD, Thomas blacksmith Semaphore 1913 Application 26194

TODD, Thomas Gordon labourer Carlisle St, Ethelton. Pt Adelaide Workingmen's Association trustee 1929 Memorial 147/502

TODD, William broker Glenelg 1897 Memorial 240/432

TODD, William George carrier Virginia 1904 Application 24793

No 1

TODMAN, James surgeon Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 124/115

TODMAN, James surgeon Magill and Selina Todman his wife formerly Selina OLLIVER spinster Glen Osmond 1864 Memorial 345/197

TODMAN, James surgeon formerly of Pt Elliot but then of Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorials 51 & 52/243

TODMAN, James surgeon formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Moonta 1875 Memorial 76/288

TODMAN, James surgeon Moonta 1878 Memorial 181/312

No 1

TOELLNER/TOLLNER/TÖLLNER, Fritz farmer Mt Gambier 1860 Application 1559

TOELLNER/TOLLNER/TÖLLNER, Fritz farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

TOESLAND, Charles farmer Kingscote Kangaroo Island 1885 Memorial 107/372

TOESLAND, William settler Hindmarsh 1849[-1853] Memorial 40/18

No 1 - probably the same person

TOESLAND, William farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 229/60

TOESLAND, William sheep farmer Myponga 1857 Memorial 336/115

TOFT, William mason Gawler West 1858[-1859] Memorial 328/144

TOGG, Joseph of Swansea Vale Kooringa 1863 Memorial 331/189

TOHL, Eli Ernest and William Martin labourers Booborowie Hundred of Ayers land grant 1897[-1901] Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

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

TOHL, Gustav teamster Black Springs Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

TOHL, Gustav teamster Black Springs 1938 Application 28122

TOHL, Peter farmer Black Springs 1871[-1874] Memorial 116/253

No 1 – probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TOHOLKE, John farmer Coomooroo 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

TOHOLKE, John the Younger farmer Coomooroo 1896[-1900] Memorial 50/429

TOHOLKE, John the Younger farmer Coomooroo 1904 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

No 1

TOLCHER, Jabez Anthony district clerk Enfield 1915 Memorial 139/474

TOLCHER, Jabez Anthony Yatala South District Council Clerk Enfield 1918 Application 26712

TOLCHER, Jabez Anthony of Enfield Clerk of the District Council of Yatala 1926, declared that he had been Clerk since 1913 Application 27434

TOLCHER, Jabez Anthony retired clerk Leron Ave, Enfield, aged 79 in 1949, declared that he had commenced working as a clerk for the Yatala South District Council in 1913 and remained there until 1933. He had lived in the Enfield District for 37 years Application 28696

TOLCHER, SV clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 144/473

No 1 - possibly the same person

TOLEMAN, William fellmonger Hindmarsh Valley 1865 Memorial 272/202

TOLEMAN, William farmer Pt Elliot 1868 Memorial 63/228

TOLEMAN, William licensed victualler Adelaide (Crown Inn Currie St) 1879 Memorial 101/317

TOLEMEY, Alexander builder The Public Land Adelaide 1838 Application 15437

No 1

TOLER-ROWLEY, Frederick Pelham solicitor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 105/450

Toler-Rowley, Frederick Pelham solicitor Adelaide (Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) and 123 First Ave, Joslin 1914. Husband of Geraldine Kate Toler-Rowley. Father of Kathleen D'Albiac Toler-Rowley Application 28275

TOLER-ROWLEY, Spencer Toler solicitor Adelaide (Holme Chambers 20 Currie St) 1921 Memorial 48/484

TOLHURST, Henry gardener Reynella 1923 Application 27145

TOLHURST, Herbert artesian boring contractor Ovingham Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

TOLL, Arthur Stanley farmer Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

TOLL, Charles gardener Adelaide 1855[-1857] Memorial 440/89

No 1

TOLL, John Rundle miller Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 28/161

TOLL, John Rundle miller Nairne, died 22/3/1864. His £800 estate to his wife, Charlotte Sophia Toll Application 27601

TOLL, Charlotte Sophia widow formerly of Nairne but now of Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 337/196

TOLL, John Tresillian medical practitioner Pt Adelaide and Florence Margaret Toll his wife 1887 Memorial 141/385

No 1

TOLL, Joseph gentleman Burra Burra Mine, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Thomas PELLEW gentleman Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs 17/4/1862 Deposit 349/OA

TOLL, Joseph gentleman Kooringa but now absent therefrom 1862 Memorial 243/184 Now about to depart from SA 17/4/1862 Memorial 322/184

No 2

TOLL, Joseph of Nairne 1864 Memorial 121/199

TOLL, Joseph gentleman Mt Barker 1866 Memorial 160/210

TOLL, Joseph gentleman Mt Barker 1871 Memorial 69/256

TOLL, Joseph formerly of Nairne but then of Mt Barker 1876 Application 15585

TOLL, Samson farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 176/310

No 1

TOLL, William of Lombard St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 289/49

TOLL, William formerly of Lombard St, Adelaide but now licensed victualler Willunga 1856 Memorial 222/106

TOLL, William mason Willunga 1858 Memorial 115/140

TOLL, William licensed victualler Willunga 1864 Memorial 202/198

TOLL, William formerly gentleman Adelaide (Lombard St) 1853 but now gentleman Willunga 1869 Application 10082

No 2

TOLL, William farmer Willochra Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 546 County Frome

TOLL, William farmer Quorn 1887[-1892] Memorial 64/384

No 1

TOLLESON, Frederick blacksmith Adelaide and Mary Anne Tolleson his wife 1848 Memorial 70/196

TOLLESON, Frederick blacksmith Port Road 1851 Memorial 386/35

TOLLESON, Frederick blacksmith Woodville 1851[-1859] Memorial 284/29 Blacksmith Woodville, and Mary Ann Tolleson nee BRIDGMAN his wife 1853 Memorial 294/47

No 1

TOLLEY, Albion Everard wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, died 7/6/1922 Unley Park. Executors; Ernest Alfred Tolley distiller Stepney and Alfred Ernest STEPHENS managing director AE & F Tolley formerly of Currie St, Adelaide but now of 82 Waymouth St, Adelaide Memorial 86/487

Tolley, AE & F wine, spirit and general merchants Adelaide. Plans of Albion House, to be erected on Pt TA 172 between Cordwainer’s Lane and Waymouth St. LTO CT 1271/198. Architects Williams and Good - 1923 Deposit 34/1923

No 1

TOLLEY, Albion James merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 314/171

TOLLEY, Albion James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in England 1867 Memorial 117/223

TOLLEY, Albion James gentleman Hurstleigh, Howard Road, South Norwood, Surrey, England, died 12/1/1901. Father of Ada and Frank Gordon Tolley Memorial 191/475

No 1

TOLLEY, CG secretary to G & R WILLS & Co Ltd, of Adelaide 1915 Memorial 26/473

TOLLEY, Cyril Graham of Gawler Place, Adelaide, Director of G & R WILLS Co Ltd. Linked with Frank G Tolley solicitor Adelaide 1919 Memorial 65/479

TOLLEY, Cyril Graham director Glenelg and Sam Elderton Tolley distiller Nuriootpa near Angas Park linked with Ada and Fanny Tolley spinsters Eagle Lodge, Edenbridge, Kent, England daughters of the late Albion James Tolley and sisters of the late Frederick Osborne Tolley 1932 Memorials 143 & 144/505

TOLLEY, Douglas Austral distiller Phoenix Distillery Nelson St, Stepney 1924 Memorial 174/490

TOLLEY, Frank Gordon solicitor Adelaide (Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St) linked with Lucy Gray Tolley widow Byron St, Glenelg 1901 Memorial 56/443
No 1

TOLLEY, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1867 Memorial 40/223

TOLLEY, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 236/228

T0LLEY, Lloyd Esquire Albion Building, Waymouth St, Adelaide 1924 Application 27244

No 1

TOLLEY, Sydney C solicitor Adelaide 1890 Memorial 141/401

TOLLEY, Sydney C solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1898 Memorial 47/436

No 1

TOLMER, Alexander Esquire Wellington on the Murray 1863 Memorial 152/187

TOLMER, Alexander formerly JP but now Inspector of Crown Lands Robe 1876 Application 15477

TOLMER, Alexander Henry Dunning station manager Mikkira near Port Lincoln Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1874 Grant Book 21 Page 65 County Flinders

TOLMER, HG farmer Woodside 1912 Memorial 236/466

TOLMER, Horace John gentleman Pt Pirie. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 372 County Victoria

No 1 – likely to be the same person

TOLMIE, Angas farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 118 County Grey

TOLMIE, Angas gentleman Adelaide 1887 Application 21297

No 1

TOLMIE, Murdoch and William farmers Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 252/57 Farmers Murray Vale Hundred of Barossa 1857[-1859] Memorial 103/123

TOLMIE, William farmer Murray Vale 1856 Memorial 174/112

TOLMIE, William stockholder Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 86 County Grey

TOLMIE, Murdoch sheepfarmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1862 Grant Book 30 Page 68 County Grey

No 1 - Perhaps the same person; perhaps TOLDEN/TOLTON FIND

TOLTON, Richard farmer Strathalbyn 1848 Memorial 29/11

TOLTON, Mr lived at McLaren Flat until his death (in year unstated). His widow unnamed remarried to Francis WILLIAMS generally known as Swede Williams. [Elizabeth Tolden 45 widow m Francis Williams 39 bachelor, 5/3/1855 St Stephen's Willunga] Some five years later, after Mrs Williams died [Elizabeth Williams d 18/8/1858 McLaren Vale, aged 58], Francis Williams rented the land to Henry Williams stockholder McLaren Vale, and went up the Murray River with his son. Henry Williams died 1879. His daughter, Eliza DREYER widow Prospect, bought the property and lived there herself until her death in 1897. William GOODING gentleman Parkside, formerly teacher 1855-1895 McLaren Vale, gave the above information 1898. Husband of Ann Gooding [Many inconsistencies in the above statement] Application 24613

TOMBS, Alcock labourer Willaston 1920 Application 26858

TOMBS, Edward farmer Richmond 1878 Memorial 238/309

TOMKIN, Robert labourer Bowden and Mary Tomkin his wife 1866 Application 7290

TOMKIN, William labourer Kooringa 1856 Memorial 154/348

TOMKINS, James farmer Inverbrackie 1851 Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 21/73

No 1

TOMKINS, John labourer Cowandilla 1850[-1854] Memorial 282/26

TOMKINS, John labourer Hilton 1857[-1860] Memorials 204/115, 177/163

TOMKINS, Robert butcher Bowden 1874[-1882] Memorial 107/276

TOMKINS, Thomas butcher Adelaide and Ann Tomkins his wife 1875 Memorial 154/280

No 1

TOMKINS, William of Wheal Barton [near Truro] 1854[-1855] Memorial 434/74

TOMKINS, William storekeeper Wheal Barton village [near Truro] 1855 Memorial 164/82

TOMKINS, William farmer Truro 1856 Memorial 16/243

TOMKINS, William yeoman Gawler 1861 Memorial 211/177

TOMKINS, William yeoman Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 247/186

TOMKINS, Mary widow formerly of Walkerville but now of Adelaide (relict of the late William Tomkins formerly yeoman Sheaoak Log but now deceased) 1866 Application 7987

TOMKINSON, Ella and ROWE, Elizabeth company directors Synagogue Place, Adelaide 1959, declared that they owned allotments in the Athelstone Estate Application 29362

TOMKINSON, Francis Christie gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry Palmerston Tomkinson and Spencer Toler TOLER-ROWLEY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his Australian business affairs 14/4/1910 Deposit 23/1910

No 1

TOMKINSON, HP articled clerk to Messrs AYERS & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 5/337

TOMKINSON, Henry Palmerston solicitor Adelaide 1888[-1910] Memorial 43/391

TOMKINSON, Henry Palmerston solicitor Adelaide, died 9/4/1911 Memorial 98/487

TOMKINSON, Louisa Charlotte spinster Mt Lofty, about to leave the state for a time, power of attorney to Henry Palmerston Tomkinson solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 31/1/1908 Deposit 19/1909

TOMKINSON, Samuel Esquire Manager of the Bank of Australasia Adelaide Branch formerly of Adelaide but now of Mt Lofty 1880 Memorial 206/322

TOMKINSON, Samuel MLC formerly of Mt Lofty but then of Fitzroy, died 30/8/1900. His estate worth £30,000. His whole estate to his wife, Louisa Charlotte Tomkinson absolutely. Henry Palmerston Tomkinson, his son, to act as the other executor, and to receive professional payment for his services as though he were not a trustee Application 27509

TOMKINSON, Samuel gentleman Fitzroy, died 30/8/1900, of acute nephritis and uraemia, aged 84 Application 25913

TOMKINSON, Louisa Charlotte of Mt Lofty, widow of Samuel Tomkinson, died 9/1/1910 North Adelaide. Her estate worth £25,000. Her SA Gas Company shares to go in equal shares to her daughters, Amy Louisa Tomkinson, Edith Caroline Tomkinson, Mary Harriet Tomkinson and Elizabeth Maude Tomkinson absolutely. The executors, solicitors Spencer Toler Toler-Rowley and her son, Henry Palmerston Tomkinson, could wait a year before selling the rest of her real and personal estate, including Mangona and the Mt Lofty Park Estate at Mt Lofty. The proceeds of those sales to be divided into 9 equal shares - one for each of her children. Complicated arrangements for her son, George Arnold Tomkinson, who had married twice. A grandchild by his first marriage, Ethel Nora Gaddum Tomkinson, not to get anything from her grandmother's will, 'as I am given to understand that she is already amply provided for' Application 27506

TOMLIN, John slater Adelaide 1859[-1872] Memorial 353/156

TOMLIN, Joseph builder Adelaide (Carrington St). Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 172 County Adelaide

No 1

TOMLIN, Michael gentleman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 252/156

TOMLIN, Michael builder Adelaide will 4/4/1868. All his estate to his wife, Hannah Tomlin, and Mary Tomlin, his daughter absolutely. Matthew WALSH builder Adelaide was the Executor Deposit 65/1869

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TOMLIN, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1853[-1854] Memorial 408/49

TOMLIN, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 431/77

No 2

TOMLIN, Thomas plasterer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 235/70

TOMLIN, Thomas plasterer North Adelaide 1862 Application 3616

TOMLINSON, Phillip upholsterer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1896 Grant Book 2 Page 13 County Adelaide

No 1

TOMLINSON, Thomas labourer Thebarton 1850 Memorial 66/20

TOMLINSON, Thomas fellmonger Thebarton 1853[-1856] Memorial 282/50

TOMLINSON, Thomas married Hannah nee ? on 20/1/1835 Mansfield, Notts, England. The family emigrated to SA. Thomas Tomlinson fellmonger Thebarton, died 18/4/1865 intestate. His eldest son, William Tomlinson formerly of Thebarton but then coach proprietor Huntley Vic, inherited his estate as heir at law 1868 Application 22839

TOMLINSON, Thomas labourer Thebarton, died 18/4/1865 by being thrown from a cart, aged 52. Wiliam Tomlinson goldminer Thebarton, stated; He was the eldest son of Thomas Tomlinson, who married Hannah SCOTT spinster 18/1/1834 Mansfield Woodhouse parish church, Notts, England. William Tomlinson was born 13/4/1837 at Sutton in Ashfield. He said that his father was a tanner at Thebarton - [was this a tanner’s labourer?] Deposit 190/1876

No 1

TOMLINSON, William gold miner Thebarton linked with Hannah Tomlinson widow Thebarton 1865 Memorial 164/206

TOMLINSON, William coach proprietor formerly of Thebarton but now of Huntley Vic 1868 Memorial 81/234

No 2

TOMLINSON, William French polisher Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

TOMNEY, Felix labourer Willunga 1850 Memorial 488/28

TOMNEY, Felix farmer Willunga 1855[-1865] Memorial 333/111

TOMNEY, John of Para Wurlie 1887 Memorial 66/388

No 1

TOMPKINS, Charles draper Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 11/35

TOMPKINS, Charles gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Thomas HUMPHREYS draper Pulteney St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/1/1859 Deposit 349/1859

TOMPKINS, Charles gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now on a voyage to Europe 1859 Memorial 23/149

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TOMPKINS, Charles licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1672

TOMPKINS, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1864 Memorial 152/195

TOMPKINS, Charles gentleman near Unley 1872 Application 12016

TOMPKINS, Charles licensed victualler Brighton 1874[-1876] Application 13764

TOMPKINS, John labourer The Bluff Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 113 County Victoria

TOMPSON, Horatio Ambrose gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 279/38

TOMPSON, John Nuthey of McLaren Vale 1858 Memorial 96/138

TOMS, David William Neil bank clerk Nile St, Glenelg, changed his name to David William NEILSON 1938. Born at Broken Hill NSW on 15/2/1917. His mother, Clara Toms housekeeper Nile St, Glenelg also changed her name to Clara Neilson Memorials 183 & 184/512

TOMS, G restaurant keeper Pt Adelaide 1916 Application 26490

TOMS, George labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 123/16

No 1

TOMS, John Nicholas carrier Adelaide 1878[-1883] Memorial 221/309

TOMS, John Nicholas formerly carrier Adelaide but now insurance agent Fullarton 1884 Application 20154

TOMS, Mary widow Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22747

TOMS, Nicholas miner Kadina 1876 Memorial 216/292

TOMS, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 163/321

TOMS, William labourer Rodwell Creek Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1858 Grant Book 37 Page 100 County Hindmarsh

TOMSETT, Edward builder Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18331

No 1

TOMSETT, William joiner Queenstown 1854 Memorial 210/61

TOMSETT, William carpenter Queenstown, declared a bankrupt in 1870 Memorial 66/246

TOMSETT, W builder Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15876

TOMSON, Henry Nurse accountant Burra Burra Mines 1857[-1877] Memorial 120/128

TOMSON, Horatio Ambrose gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 379/38

No 1

TONKIN, Absolom labourer Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 362/90

TONKIN, Absalom miner The Bremer 1855 Memorial 29/82

TONKIN, Absolom yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856[-1859] Memorial 91/110

TONKIN, Absolom storekeeper Callington on the Bremer 1860 Memorial 284/170

TONKIN, Absolom miner The Bremer linked with William Tonkin the Elder gentleman The Bremer 1861 Memorial 18/176

TONKIN, Absalom formerly miner The Bremer but then merchant Wentworth NSW 1881 Application 18373

TONKIN, Absalom storekeeper Callington on the Bremer 1890 Application 21899

No 2

TONKIN, Absalom blacksmith Hope Valley and Winnifred Amelia Tonkin his wife 1921 Memorial 138a/482

TONKIN, Allen Leslie farmer Dashwood Gully. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1928 Grant Book 2 Page 107 County Adelaide

TONKIN, Ashley Millington engineer Adelaide of Sporting Cars Ltd of Flinders St, Adelaide 1938 Memorial 3/512

No 1

TONKIN, Benjamin miner Reedy Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 186/75 Hundred of Kapunda land purchase 1855 Memorial 6/83

TONKIN, Benjamin farmer Kapunda 1858[-1859] Enrolment 49/40

TONKIN, Benjamin miner formerly of Kapunda 1854 but now of Moonta 1873 Application 12964

TONKIN, Benjamin formerly engineer Kapunda then engineer now farmer Moonta 1875 Application 14752

TONKIN, Benjamin engineer Kapunda. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee, had moved to Moonta by 1875 Application 14751

TONKIN, Benjamin James grocer's assistant to TM RENDELL storekeeper Kadina 1900 Memorial 66/441

No 1

TONKIN, Charles farmer Glen Stuart 1854 Memorial 290/71

TONKIN, Charles farmer Twynap [probably should be Gwannap] 1854 Memorial 206/75

TONKIN, Charles farmer Fourth Creek 1856 [Fifth Creek in Memorial 99/111] Memorial 98/111

TONKIN, Charles farmer Fifth Creek 1862 Memorial 191/278

TONKIN, Charles farmer Gwannap Vale 1857 Memorial 222/120

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TONKIN, Charles butcher Athelstone 1874 Memorial 162/275

TONKIN, Charles butcher Thornton Park 1876 Memorial 90/290

No 3

TONKIN, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1880 Memorial 31/326

TONKIN, Charles of Littlehampton 1886 Memorial 136/379

No 1

TONKIN, Enoch farmer Magill 1850. Foundation trustee Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Memorial 57/22

TONKIN, Enoch farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 420/87

TONKIN, Enoch farmer Harcourt Hill near Yankalilla and Betsey Tonkin his wife. Parents of Charles and James Tonkin 1873 Memorial 235/286

TONKIN, Betsy wife of Enoch Tonkin Torrens Vale, died 10/11/1875, of chronic uterine disease, aged 78. Sons Charles Tonkin butcher Thorndon Park, and James Tonkin farmer Yankalilla Application 14961

TONKIN, Florrie McDonald married woman Taldera 1929, intending purchaser of Karatto, pt Sections 30 and 500 Hundred of Waterhouse near Robe Application 27753

No 1

TONKIN, George of Callington 1859 Memorial 318/154

TONKIN, George miner Balhannah 1877 Memorial 34/298

TONKIN, George farmer Monarto, died c1899 intestate Memorial 161/440

TONKIN, Mary widow Monarto 1901. Her children included: John Tonkin farmer Monarto, George Tonkin railway employe Monarto South, and Joseph Tonkin railway employee Balaklava Memorial 181/443

TONKIN, Henry Esquire Liverpool St, Hobart, Tas 1880. He had bought Pt Lincoln allotments in 1843 and sold them for £80 through Messrs William Wadham & Co in Adelaide on 4/8/1880 Memorial 81/326

TONKIN, Jabez miner Moonta Mines 1883. Probably lived at Callington beforehand Application 19941

No 1

TONKIN, James farmer Yankalilla 1852[-1857] Memorial 423/43

TONKIN, James farmer Yankalilla linked with Prudence Tonkin widow Yankalilla. John Charles Tonkin mentioned but not described 1869 Memorial 212/241

TONKIN, James farmer Crystal Brook linked with Prudence Tonkin widow Yankalilla 1874[-1876] Memorial 239/272

TONKIN, James farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Merriton 1888 Memorial 226/390

No 2 - the Elder and the Younger

TONKIN, James butcher Woodside 1855[-1856] Memorial 251/97

TONKIN, James the Elder butcher Woodside 1859 Memorial 347/150

TONKIN, James butcher Inverbrackie 1859 Memorial 288/152

TONKIN, James the Elder of Inverbrackie near Woodside 1864 Memorial 133/420

TONKIN, James formerly butcher Woodside 1855 but now farmer Inverbrackie 1866 Application 8015

TONKIN, James the Younger farmer Inverbrackie 1855 Memorial 266/98

TONKIN, James farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 155 County Victoria

TONKIN, James farmer Booyoolie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Laura Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

TONKIN, James farmer Booyoolie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist allotment Booyoolie township Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

TONKIN, James farmer Inverbrackie Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, had become a farmer at Gladstone by 1883 Application 19964

No 3

TONKIN, James farmer Waitpinga Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 227 County Victoria

TONKIN, James farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

TONKIN, James Ebenezer gentleman Sydney NSW, power of attorney to William NEILLEY agent Sydney NSW, to sell his mining lease to the Anglo-French Goldfields of Australia Ltd, including 3,942 square miles of lease land in the Northern Territory 16/3/1896 Deposit 28/1896

TONKIN, JC JP farmer Minlaton 1897 Application 23451

No 1

TONKIN, Joel yeoman Nairne 1854[-1859] Memorial 238/69

No 2

TONKIN, Joel farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 118/134

No 1

TONKIN, John farmer Reedbeds 1850[-1854] Memorial 108/31

TONKIN, John farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 183/154

TONKIN, John the Elder farmer [formerly of the Reedbeds but then of the] Hundred of Yankalilla, died c1865. He left estate to his wife, Prudence Tonkin, his son, John Charles Tonkin, and his daughters, Mary Jeffery and Jane PEARCE, under various trusts Memorial 195/202

TONKIN, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Yankalilla, died 1865. Two of his children were John Charles Tonkin farmer Minlaton 1909, and James Tonkin of no address Application 25509

TONKIN, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla, died 2/4/1865. He left his personal estate to his wife, Prudence Tonkin, who also had to receive £40 a year for life from his sons, who inherited the real estate absolutely as laid down in the will. Sons were James Tonkin farmer Waitpinga and John Charles Tonkin the Younger farmer Willunga. John Tonkin's daughters, Mary JEFFERY and Jane PEARCE (wife of Edwin Pearce grazier Victor Harbor??), inherited a Section of land each in trust for life, and then their children inherited absolutely in remainder expectant. John Tonkin could not write Application 27799

TONKIN, John farmer Yankalilla, died 2/4/1865. Husband of Prudence Tonkin. Some land he owned, Sections 1621 and 1626 Hundred of Yankalilla, were in Right Hand Gully. He gave his daughter, Mary JEFFERY wife of George Jeffery the Elder, Section 1307 Hundred of Encounter Bay at Waitpinga, for life, then for her children to inherit the property in equal shares. By 1895, this family included: Jane BROWN wife of Alfred Frederick Brown farmer Laura; Martha SMITH wife of James Smith baker Laura; William John Jeffery teamster Laura; Charles Gidley Jeffery teamster Esperance Bay WA; James Jeffery teamster Esperance Bay WA; Catherine WALTER wife of Gottlieb Ephraim Walter miller Laura; Alice ROENNFELDT wife of Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Roennfeldt saddler Laura; Albert Jeffery, Maria EDWARDS and George Jeffery the Younger farmer Victor Harbor. Mary Jeffery 41 widow Laura remarried to John Edward JANSEN 33 carpenter Laura (Father: George Jansen) on 16/3/1877 Mary Jeffery's private home, Laura. Minister: David BADGER. Witnesses: Mary Ann PURCHASE of Laura and Yarra EDWARDS of Laura. Mary Johnson/Jansen wife of Edward Jansen Willochra, died 11/6/1878 Kanyaka, of pneumonia, aged 41 Application 27140

TONKIN, Prudence widow Victor Harbor, died 23/1/1896. Her house and land to her daughter, Jane PEARCE wife of Edwin Pearce of Encounter Bay. The rest of the £1,493 estate equally to her two sons, James Tonkin of Crystal Brook and John Charles Tonkin of Minlaton. Mrs Tonkin could not write Application 26475

TONKIN, Prudence widow Victor Harbor, died 23/1/1896. Linked with John Charles Tonkin farmer Koolywurtie. Mother of Jane PEARCE wife of Edwin Pearce of Encounter Bay, James Tonkin of Kalgoorlie WA and John Charles Tonkin farmer Minlaton Memorial 240/44

No 2

TONKIN, John blacksmith Nairne 1855[-1869] Memorial 7/91

TONKIN , John blacksmith Nairne 1860 Application 1805

TONKIN, John blacksmith Nairne April 1869, declared that his business, along with RJ BARRATT of Nairne, Mrs N THOMAS of Callington and Mr ISING storekeeper Nairne, was a depot for the police to operate out of [for the Nairne District Council?] Application 2997

No 3 - perhaps the same person

TONKIN, John of Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 322/127

TONKIN, John farmer Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 21/160

No 4

TONKIN, John blacksmith Strathalbyn, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 134/219

No 5

TONKIN, John blacksmith Rose Park near Adelaide 1894 Memorial 198/421

No 1

TONKIN, John Charles farmer Koolywurtie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

TONKIN, John Charles farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 314 County Fergusson

TONKIN, John Charles farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

TONKIN, Joseph farmer Inverbrackie 1859 Memorial 348/150

No 1

TONKIN, Samuel blacksmith Goolwa and Mary Maria Tonkin his wife 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 6 County Eyre

TONKIN, Samuel blacksmith Wentworth NSW 1884 Application 20082

No 1

TONKIN, Stephen carpenter Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 4/243

TONKIN, Stephen carpenter Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1874 Application 13601

TONKIN, Stephen carpenter [formerly of Strathalbyn but now of] Paradise 1900 Application 23970

No 1

TONKIN, Thomas of Callington 1851 Memorial 378/38

TONKIN, Thomas miner formerly of Callington but now of Kadina and Eliza Tonkin his wife linked with Charles Tonkin blacksmith Callington and Eliza Tonkin his wife 1891 Memorial 224/410

No 2 - perhaps the same person

TONKIN, Thomas miner Kensington 1852[-1854] Memorial 475/45

TONKIN, Thomas and William miners Kooringa 1858 Memorial 105/136

No 3

TONKIN, Thomas carpenter Strathalbyn, died 2/11/1872. His widow, Cordelia Tonkin, remarried 22/10/1888 to Edmund NICHOLS builder Strathalbyn Memorial 111/404

TONKIN, Thomas carpenter Strathalbyn, died 2/11/1872. His wife, Cordelia Tonkin, to have the household furniture, wearing apparal and sewing machine absolutely. She also had the right to live in his house in trust for life or until her remarriage. The rest of the estate to be sold and the money invested in trust to provide the family with 18/- a week for the wife's support and an extra 2/6 each for the two sons, Charles Harris Tonkin and Frederick Tonkin, until they each turn 18 respectively. If the wife died or remarried before the boys turned 18, the trustees had to keep paying their maintenance until they turned 21. All assistance to the wife to cease if she remarried. Then the estate to be sold and the money distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst Thomas Tonkin's father, Charles Harris Tonkin, and his mother, Isabella Tonkin, and his sister, Isabella Gibson Tonkin, of Buller Row, Redruth, Cornwall, England. Estate worth £100. Cordelia Tonkin 50 widow Norwood (Father: Thomas Thomas) remarried to Edmond NICHOLS 67 widower builder Strathalbyn (Father: William Nichols) on 22/10/1888 Primitive Methodist Manse, Gawler. Minister: Samuel RAYMOND. Witnesses: WH Raymond printer Gawler and ML Raymond of Gawler Application 26178

TONKIN, Thomas Henry storekeeper Yankalilla 1864 Application 5796

TONKIN, Thomas Rowe miner Burra Burra Mine 1858 Memorial 17/143

TONKIN, Walter Hurtle Leslie grazier Macclesfield, aged 71 in 1951 Application 28820

No 1

TONKIN, William labourer Adelaide 1844 Application 22126

No 2

TONKIN, William butcher Magill. Foundation trustee Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1850 Memorial 57/22

No 3

TONKIN, William miner Kooringa 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 10 County Unnamed

TONKIN, William miner Kooringa 1852[-1863] Memorial 341/208

TONKIN, William miner formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 240/346

TONKIN, William farmer Mt Barker 1853[-[-1855] Memorial 214/50

TONKIN, William yeoman Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 65/89

TONKIN, William yeoman Mt Barker North 1855 Memorial 65/89

TONKIN, William farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 121 County Sturt

TONKIN, William yeoman Mt Barker, died 5/6/1876. Father of Jabez Tonkin, Charles Tonkin and Samuel Tonkin no description RPA Search 2175

No 4

TONKIN, William miner Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 122/28

TONKIN, William miner Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 317/74 Primitive Methodist member 1854 Memorial 374/77

TONKIN, William mining captain Kanmantoo 1870 Application 24265

TONKIN, William mining agent Kanmantoo 1875 Application 14726

TONKIN, William mining agent Kanmantoo, died 9/12/1883. Probate to his widow, Maria Tonkin, who had removed to Mt Barker by 1895. Her family at that stage included - William Henry Tonkin butcher Parkside, John Matthews Tonkin wood merchant Parkside, Emmeline MURRAY wife of William Murray baker's assistant Mt Barker, and Edith Maria Tonkin spinster Mt Barker Memorial 142/425

TONKIN, William mining agent Kanmantoo, died 9/12/1883. His widow, Maria Tonkin, died 12/2/1897 Mt Barker. Parents of William Henry Tonkin butcher Parkside, John Matthew Tonkin wood merchant Parkside, Emmeline MURRAY wife of William Murray baker's assistant Mt Barker, Edith Maria DALLY wife of John Dally storekeeper's assistant Pt Broughton Memorial 88/431

No 5

TONKIN, William yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 244/109

TONKIN, William farmer Callington, died 5/6/1876. He left real estate to three sons; Charles Tonkin blacksmith Moonta, Jabez Tonkin miner Moonta and Samuel Tonkin blacksmith Goolwa Memorial 234/302

No 6

TONKIN, William farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

No 7

TONKIN, William the Younger farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Wokurna land grant 1888 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

TONKIN, William Doble farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 265 County Daly

TONKIN, William Henry of near Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

TOOGOOD, Albert Henry farm labourer Pinaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 44 County Chandos

TOOGOOD, Henry dairyman Beverley 1886[-1914] Memorial 70/379, Application 23430, Application 25705

TOOGOOD, James Reuben hairdresser Adelaide (Currie St) 1884 Memorial 131/361

TOOHEY, Daniel labourer Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1909 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

TOOHILL, Patrick farmer Appila 1892 Memorial 227/413

TOOL, Dennis farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 19/49

No 1

TOOL, Gustav shoemaker Black Springs 1861 Memorial 63/173

TOOL, Gustav bootmaker Farrell Flat 1879 Memorial 96/317

No 1

TOOLE, Daniel and Thomas stockholders Adelaide 1839 Memorial 6/291

TOOLE, Daniel and Thomas stockholders Thebarton 1839. By 1847, Thomas Toole was a stockholder in Berrima NSW Application 15184

TOOLE, James farmer formerly of Section 2196 Para Plains but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1856. Linked with John Toole farmer Section 2196 Memorial 379/98

TOOLE, James Francis carter Aldgate son of Mary Toole widow Aldgate 1886 Memorial 130/376

No 1

TOOLE, John yeoman Walkerville 1846[-1848] Memorial 440/7

TOOLE, John and James farmers Section 2196 Para Plains 1853[-1856] Memorial 248/52

TOOLE, John farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 63/108

No 1

TOOLE, Laurence labourer Cox Creek 1858 Memorial 204/144

TOOLE, Laurence farmer near Stirling East and Mary Toole his wife 1885 Memorial 56/364

No 1

TOOLE, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1839 Application 8215

TOOLE, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1840 Application 3479

TOOLE, Thomas Esquire of Sutton Forest near Sydney NSW, but presently in SA 1843 Memorial 475/2 Esquire Berrima NSW 1847 Memorial 456/8

TOOLE, Thomas stockholder Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 54/16

TOOLE, Thomas formerly stockholder but now gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 397/54

No 1 FIND – TWO ABNER TOOPS?

TOOP, Abner labourer Eyre Flat 1856 Memorial 394/98

TOOP, Abner farmer near Clarendon 1860 Memorial 96/163

TOOP, Abner farmer Pekina 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

TOOP, Abner farmer Morchard, died c1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Toop of Morchard, to settle the £900 estate Memorial 49/340

TOOP, Abner farmer formerly of Clarendon but then of Morchard, died 1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Jane Toop widow Morchard, to settle his estate Memorial 63/344

TOOP, Abner farmer Morchard, died 27/3/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jane Toop, to manage his estate 3/5/1882. Estate worth £900 Enrolment 49/53

TOOP, Jane widow Pekina 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

TOOP, Jane widow Morchard 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

TOOP, Frederick Walter Hamilton labourer Kingston S-E 1915[-1924] Memorial 97/473

No 1

TOOP, George of near Kingston S-E and Susannah Toop his wife 1890 Memorial 65/405

TOOP, George Langdon farmer near Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 2/442

TOOP, George Langdon farmer Kingston S-E, died 11/9/1921. Husband of Susannah Toop. Father of Walter Toop Memorial 82/484

TOOP, Susannah widow Kingston S-E, died 11/12/1932. Executor; Henry Thomas BACKLER storekeeper Kingston Memorial 96/506

No 1

TOOP, William farmer Morchard 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

TOOP, William retired farmer Orroroo trustee Orroroo and District Hospital 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

TOOP, William farmer Orroroo 1926 Memorial 181/495

TOOP, William farmer Orroroo 1926 Application 27504

TOOTELL, John clockmaker Alberton 1850[-1852] Memorial 20/28

TOOTH, Charlotte widow Sydney NSW 1856 Relict of the late Nelson Tooth Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now deceased Memorial 78/105

TOOTH, William miner Echunga 1892 Application 22399

TOOVEY, Francis of Main Street, Clare 1876 Memorial 110/297

TOOVEY, George draper Stepney 1860 Memorial 326/170

No 1

TOOVEY, Richard George tailor Melbourne Vic 1852 Memorial 6/47

TOOVEY, Richard George general dealer Stepney 1853[-1856] Memorial 417/52

TOOVEY, Richard George formerly tailor Melbourne Vic 1852 but now draper Stepney 1865 Application 6794

TOOVEY, Richard George storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 450 County Victoria

TOOVEY, Richard George storekeeper Clare 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

TOOVEY, Richard George storekeeper Clare 1876 Memorial 110/297

TOOVEY, Richard George storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 285 County Grey

TOOVEY, Richard George storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 10 County Newcastle

TOPHAM, Henry William agent Adelaide (14 Field St), aged 64 in 1923 Application 27793

No 1

TOPHAM, Moses storekeeper and tweed merchant Woodside 1882 Applications 19169, 19217

TOPHAM, Moses storekeeper Woodside, died 3/5/1902. His widow, Martha Topham, died 13/4/1913 106 Ingleside Grove, Shipley, Yorks, England. Parents of Wilson Topham gentleman Burley in Wharfdale, Yorks Application 29571

TOPP, Friedrich schoolmaster Bethanien 1853 Memorial 277/56

TOPPERWIEN, Adolph Gustav carpenter Redruth 1882 Memorial 234/340, Application 19190

TOPPERWIEN, Ernst August builder Redruth 1876 Application 15531

No 1

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 26/37

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich carpenter Redruth 1859 Application 269

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich carpenter Redruth 1860 Memorial 264/170

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich of Kooringa 1876 Application 15200

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich Philipp carpenter Kooringa 1856 Memorial 273/103

TOPPERWIEN, Heinrich Philipp carpenter Redruth, died 20/4/1888. Husband of Dorothea Topperwien who had already died. Father of Albert E Topperwien bootmaker Pt Wakefield, Ernst A Topperwien, August C Topperwien, Auguste F Topperwien, Friedrich A Topperwien, Ida JM Topperwien, and Adolph Gustav Topperwien. By 1899, the family was situated thus: Albert Ernst Topperwien bootmaker Petersburgh, Ernst August Topperwien Lunatic Asylum attendant Glen Osmond Rd, Parkside, Auguste Friedericke WEAR wife of Frank Edward Wear photographer Birkenhead, Friedrich August Topperwien mason Blende St, Broken Hill NSW, Ida Julia Minna RULE wife of William Rule blacksmith Aberdeen, and August Carl Topperwien out of business Adelaide Memorials 21 & 39/439

TOPPING, Hannah spinster Adelaide linked with Charlotte LINARD wife of Alexander Linard machinist Adelaide 1886 Memorial 17/381

TOPSFIELD, Elijah limeburner Prospect 1851 Memorial 298/30

TOPSFIELD, Elijah Greenleaf labourer Enfield near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 391/17

No 1

TORMEY, Andrew police constable Adelaide 1853 Memorial 277/58

TORMEY, Andrew of Austin St, Adelaide 1874 Memorial 209/274

No 1

TORNING, Andrew licensed victualler Sydney 1852 Memorial 389/49

TORNING, Andrew artist Marrickville NSW, died 13/4/1900. Probably his wife, Margaret Jane Torning, died 6/12/1920 Kogarah NSW intestate. Parents of Thomas Andrew Torning painter 61 Edward St, Dulwich Hill NSW by 1930 Memorials 19/503, 20 & 70/503

TORODE, Henry Haines labourer Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 150/155

TORPY, Edmond farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 104/145

No 1

TORPY, Edward and James bootmakers Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853 Memorial 160/59

TORPY, Edward of Pirie St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 237/306

TORPY, Edward bootmaker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 25/308

TORPY, Edward formerly bootmaker but now out of business Adelaide 1881 Application 18479

TORPY, Edward bootmaker George St, Hackney, died 19/2/1887 a widower and intestate. Father of Michael Torpy bootmaker George St, Hackney, who died 27/1/1918 and John Torpy out of business Spit Road, Mosman NSW 1920 Memorials 61 & 62/491

No 1

TORPY, John farmer Dry Creek 1865[-1879] Memorial 290/208

TORPY, John and Michael bootmakers Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 167/395

TORPY, Michael farmer Dry Creek 1867[-1879] Memorial 61/220

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TORR, James miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 127/30 Storekeeper Mintaro 1853[-1858] Memorial 111/56

TORR, James miner Mintaro 1854 Memorial 486/69

TORR, James licensed victualler Mintaro 1860 Memorial 298/168

TORR, James farmer Mintaro 1866 Application 7835

TORR, James farmer Mintaro 1867[-1887] Memorial 193/223

TORR, James sheep farmer Mintaro 1885 Memorial 225/371

TORR, James farmer Mintaro 1886 Memorial 56/379

No 2 – probably a continuation of No 1

TORR, James farmer Mintaro purchased land grants in the Hundred of Mannanarie 1876[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 71 County Dalhousie

TORR, James gentleman Mannanarie 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

TORR, James farmer Mintaro, died before 1895. Executors; William George Torr Principal of Way College North Unley, Sydney Torr farmer Farrell Flat and Joseph TICKLE farmer Mintaro Grant Book 13 Page 85 County Dalhousie

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger; continuation of Nos 1 & 2 previously; James Torr.

TORR, James Sampson yeoman Mintaro 1851[-1854] Memorial 442/34

TORR, James Sampson storekeeper Mintaro 1855[-1863] Memorial 366/81

TORR, James Samson formerly storekeeper but now sheep farmer Mintaro 1883 Application 19650

TORR, James Sampson farmer Mintaro, died 15/11/1894. His widow, Louisa Kate Torr, had moved to Woodville by 1896 Memorial 232/427

TORR, James Sampson the Elder (generally known as James Torr) farmer Mintaro, died 15/11/1894. Husband of Louisa Kate Torr. Father of James Sampson Torr the Younger farmer Yongala now deceased. Father-in-law of Ann Torr. Grandfather of Albert Torr Sidney Torr, and James Ernest Torr; also unnamed granddaughters all of Yongala. Catherine PARISH [Caroline Elizabeth PARISH] had the right during her lifetime to live in a certain house where JS Torr and his wife had once lived in Mintaro. Executors: William George Torr of North Unley Principal of Way College Adelaide (nephew), Sidney Torr farmer Farrell Flat (grandson) and Joseph Nathaniel TICKLE farmer Mintaro 1895 Memorial 238/431

TORR, James farmer Mintaro, died 15/11/1894. Caroline PARISH died before James Torr Memorial 7/435

TORR, James farmer Mintaro, died 15/11/1894. His adopted daughter, Caroline Elizabeth PARISH spinster Bendleby District of Frome, died before him, on 5/6/1894, of apoplexy, aged 57. William George Torr of North Unley, Principal of Way College, and Sydney Torr farmer Farrell Flat appear to have been sons Application 22955

TORR, James Sampson farmer Mintaro, died 15/11/1894. His widow, Louisa Kate Torr, had an interest in trust in his real estate during her widowhood. Mrs Torr then of Woodville, surrendered her life interest in 1896 for £2,500 cash payment. The Torrs had one son only - John Sampson Torr, who had died by 1915. His widow, Ann Torr, lived in Buxton St, North Adelaide. The Torrs had five daughters - Frances Mary NUTT married woman Orroroo, Laura BROWN married woman Alberton, Benia Olive REED married woman North Adelaide, Elsie Annie MCKAY married woman North Adelaide, and Alice Maud PANK now deceased (executor Seymour Charles Pank accountant North Unley) Application 26339

No 1

TORR, James Cotton farmer near Barunga. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 352 County Daly

TORR, James Cotton farmer Broughton trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Broughton 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

TORR, James Cotton farmer Bungaree Hundred of Redhill 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

TORR, James Cotton of Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

No 1

TORR, John miner Redruth 1857[-1880] Memorial 256/114

TORR, John dealer Redruth 1871 Memorial 190/293

TORR, John chaff dealer Redruth 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 76 County Dalhousie

TORR, John gentleman Redruth 1878 Memorial 217/312

TORR, John gentleman Redruth, died 14/2/1884. He made his will in 1879. His entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Torr, for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his four sons and three daughters - James Cotton Torr farmer Broughton, John Sampson Torr farmer Broughton, Thomas Torr farmer Broughton, William George Torr teacher Moonta, Sophia Jane BROWN wife of James Brown farmer Mintaro, Jane Anne DALE wife of Richard Dale gentleman Mintaro and Eliza Ann Torr spinster Redruth Memorial 233/356 & Application 28924 By 1884, John Sampson Torr had become a farmer in Adelaide, Jane Dale and her husband had moved to Britain and Eliza Ann Torr had married Milton Moss MAUGHAN teacher Wallaroo Memorial 188/359

TORR, John gentleman Redruth, died 14/2/1884. By 1896, his family was situated thus: his widow Ann Torr lived at Parkside. His children - James Cotton Torr farmer Crystal Brook, Thomas Torr farmer Redhill, John Sampson Torr gentleman Parkside, William George Torr Principal of Way College, Unley, Sophia Jane BROWN widow Mintaro, Jane Ann DALE wife of Richard Dale gentleman Penzance, Cornwall, England, and Eliza Ann MAUGHAN wife of Milton Moss Maughan teacher Parkside Memorial 172/428

No 1 – John Sampson Torr the Elder

TORR, John farmer Farrell Flat 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

TORR, John Sampson farmer Mannanarie 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 188 County Dalhousie

TORR, John Sampson farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1884 Application 20182

TORR, John Sampson farmer Yongala 1885[-1886] Memorial 224/368

TORR, John S out of business Park Tce, Parkside 1910 Memorial 47/463

No 2 – John Sampson Torr the Younger

TORR, John Sampson the Younger farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant Oct 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 357 County Daly

TORR, John Sampson the Younger blacksmith Anama Plains. Hundred of Redhill land grant Dec 1874[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

TORR, Ludwig sheepfarmer Farrell Flat 1913 Memorial 30/469

No 1

TORR, Sidney sheepfarmer Farrell Flat 1899 Memorial 136/439

TORR, Sydney sheepfarmer Mintaro 1903 Memorial 131/448

TORR, Sydney formerly of Farrell Flat but now of Mintaro, linked with William George Torr LLB formerly Principal of Way College North Unley but now of Brighton 1908 Memorial 248/45

TORR, Sydney formerly of Farrell Flat but now of Mintaro 1910 Memorial 209/462

TORR, Sidney farmer Gawler 1917 Memorial 184/475

TORR, Sydney farmer formerly of Mintaro but now of Gawler 1919 Memorial 187/477

TORR, Sydney retired farmer Giles Ave, Toorak, aged 72 in 1939, declared that he had been born in Mintaro, left there as a baby and returned there to school. He left the town after finishing schooling, but came back again in 1899. Nephew of George MCLEISH Application 28229

No 1

TORR, Thomas farmer Broughton Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877[-1883] Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

TORR, Thomas farmer Redhill 1897 Memorial 23/432

TORR, Thomas JP farmer Redhill 1899 Memorial 246/437

TORR, Thomas farmer Redhill 1904 Application 24838

No 1

TORR, William George schoolmaster Ulooloo Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

TORR, William farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

TORR, William George of Moonta 1883 Memorial 10/350

TORR, William George doctor of laws formerly Principal Way College, North Unley, but now of Way Cottage, Brighton 1910 Memorial 209/462

TORR, William George Doctor of Laws Brighton and TORR, Sydney farmer Gawler 1914 Application 26339

No 1

TORRENS, Robert Richard Esquire Pt Adelaide 1846 Memorial 81/7

TORRENS, Robert Richard Esquire [and collector of customs 1842] St Clair near Adelaide 1842[-1854] Memorial 236/2

TORRENS, Robert Richard Esquire Torrens Park 1854 Memorial 415/95

TORRENS, Robert Richard Esquire formerly of St Clair but now of Torrens Park 1856 Memorial 81/106

TORRENS, Robert Richard Esquire Vice-President of the Savings Bank of SA 1856 Memorial 122/110

TORRETT, Michael coach driver Adelaide 1854 Memorial 484/90

TORRINGTON, George farmer South Road 1858 Memorial 310/139

TORRY, George engineer Glanville near Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 80/307, Application 17116

No 1

TOSELAND, George farmer Alma 1887[-1888] Memorial 64/383

TOSELAND, George storekeeper Hundred of Alma 1893 Memorial 160/416

No 1

TOSELAND, William farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1855] Memorial 229/60

TOSELAND, William farmer Myponga 1854 Memorial 131/83

TOSELAND, William farmer Lochiel Hundred of Cameron land grant 1880[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 440 County Daly

TOSELAND, William farmer Alma Plains 1883 Memorial 182/351

TOSSELL, George farmer Queenscliffe 1887 Memorial 38/385

TOSSELL, Henry linked with Section 107 Hundred of Muloowurtie 1883 Memorial 305/352

No 1

TOSTEVIN, Alfred blacksmith Aldinga 1857 Memorial 94/131

TOSTEVIN, Alfred blacksmith Noarlunga 1859[-1874] Memorial 24/150, Application 24167

TOSTEVIN, Alfred blacksmith Broughton Broughton township [later called Redhill] allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

TOSTEVIN, Thomas farm labourer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1908 Grant Book 11 Page 15 County Carnarvon

TOTHILL, Frederick H bank manager Auburn 1890 Memorial 90/404

TOTHILL, George C clerk Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 208/305

No 1

TOTHILL, John Burne formerly of Bombay, India, but now viticulturalist Auburn 1893 Memorial 36/416

TOTHILL, John Burne viticulturalist Auburn 1897 [In partnership with Robert William SHARP stevedore Bombay, India, as viticulturalists at Koonowla near Auburn under the style or firm of Sharp & Tothill Transfer 349935] Memorial 238/432

TOTHILL, John Burne manager Saddleworth Co Light. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

TOTHILL, Mary Jane widow Crediton, Devon, England, relict of the late John Burne Tothill formerly farmer Auburn but now deceased 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1

TOTHILL, William Richard gentleman Nailsworth 1870 Memorial 8/262

TOTHILL, WR bank manager Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 186/379

TOTHILL, William Richard gentleman St Johns Wood Nailsworth 1912 Memorial 105/467

TOTTMAN, Charles yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 106/57

TOTTMAN, Sarah Ann widow formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Stansbury 1899 Application 23876

No 1

TOUCHELL, Daniel labourer Williamstown Hundred of Barunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 461 County Daly

TOUCHELL, Daniel farmer Barunga trustee unnamed Chapel perhaps Barunga 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

TOUCHELL, Daniel linked with Section 461 Hundred of Manoora Co Daly 1887 Memorial 216/382

No 1

TOUCHELL, George farmer Broughton Extension Keilli township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 481 County Daly

TOUCHELL, George farmer near Rochester Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

TOUCHELL, George farmer Keilli 1887 Memorial 102/388

TOUCHELL, George farmer [formerly of Keilli but now of] Merriton 1887 Memorial 103/388

No 1

TOUT, Henry farmer Bowden. Brompton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Enrolment 97/9

TOUT, Henry carrier Bowden 1854 Memorial 224/74

TOUT, Henry farmer Port Road 1856 Memorial 131/98

TOUT, Henry and William farmers Tam O'Shanter Belt 1855 Memorial 31/284

TOUT, Henry gentleman formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 341/144

TOUT, Henry formerly farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, then commission agent, died 31/7/1870 Tanner St, Richmond Vic Memorial 32/284

TOUT, Henry commission agent Tanner St, Richmond Vic, died 31/7/1870, of dropsy and exhaustion, aged 66. He was the son of Henry Tout architect and Grace HOPKINS, born in Plymouth, Devon, England. He emigrated to SA with 8 years residence, then to Vic for 15 years. He married, aged 25, to Jane Cook, at South Moulton, Devon. By his first wife - children William 40, Jane 36, Henry dead; by second wife - Margaret 30 Henry 27, Elizabeth Ann 23, Sophia Adelaide 19. Henry Tout was one of the executors for the will of John Evan HARRIS general dealer Pt Adelaide, who died 26/11/1855. The other executor was Elijah Henry BUTLER bootmaker Pt Adelaide Deposit 204/1875

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TOVEY, Albert dentist Unley Rd, Hyde Park 1906 Application 25209

TOVEY, Albert out of business Kooringa 1913 Application 26274

TOVEY, H Oliver clerk to Messrs HARDY & DAVIS solicitors Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 163/339

No 1

TOVEY, John storekeeper Bowden 1877 Memorial 184/303

TOVEY, John storekeeper Bowden 1877 Application 16389

TOWER, Matilda attendant Penwortham 1884 Application 26664

TOWERS, George wood splitter The Tiers 1854 Memorial 419/76

No 1

TOWERS, John of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 182/33

TOWERS, Elizabeth relict of the late John Towers formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1856 Memorial 413/100

TOWGOOD, Charles gentleman Adelaide and Auguste Towgood, his wife 1838 Application 21124

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

TOWILL, Joseph farmer Barabba Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

No 1

TOWILL, William labourer Hamley Bridge. Hundred of Alma land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 63 County Gawler

No 2

TOWILL, William and William Ernest farmers Purnong Landing. Hundred of Forster Methodist Church trustees 1902 Grant Book 3 Page 29 County Albert

No 1

TOWLER, James Bridges hotelkeeper Pt Elliot 1869 Memorial 220/239

TOWLER, James Bridges hotelkeeper Stansbury 1882 Memorial 85/339

No 1

TOWN, William Broadbridge bricklayer Adelaide 1839 Kensington by 1850 Application 6727

TOWN, William bricklayer Kensington 1842[-1857] Enrolment 88/32

TOWN, William Broadbridge builder Kensington 1848[-1851] Memorial 436/11

TOWN, William plasterer Kensington 1850 Memorial 244/23

TOWN, William Broadbridge bricklayer Kensington 1855[-1856] Memorial 280/85 Husband of Maria Town formerly Maria PATTERSON widow Kensington 1856 Memorial 328/100

TOWN, William Broadbridge builder High St, Kensington 1856 Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant Memorial 45/108

TOWN, William Broadbridge builder Kensington Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1857 Grant Book 27 Page 406 County Gawler

TOWN, William Broadbridge farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Memorial 232/156

TOWN, William Broadbridge farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 334 County Gawler

TOWN, William Broadbridge farmer Pt Gawler and Maria Town his wife 1865 Memorial 43/273

TOWN, William formerly bricklayer Kensington 1857 but now farmer Lower Light 1871 Application 11552

TOWN, William Broadbridge farmer formerly of Pt Gawler 1859 but now of Lower Light 1871 Application 11414.

TOWN, Maria widow Lower Light Co Gawler. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

TOWN, William Broadbridge no description linked with Maria Town 1893 Application 22489 FIND CHECK DETAILS

TOWNEY, William farmer near Willaston 1872 Application 11920

TOWNING, William farmer Mudla Wirra 1865 Memorial 276/201

TOWNLEY, Charles a colonel in the Army Mattingley Lodge Winchfield, Hants, England, lent money out on mortage on SA real estate 1863[-1878] Memorial 261/190

TOWNLEY, Charles Gostling LLD Minister of the Gospel, formerly of Limerick, Ireland, but now of Ilchester Place, North Brixton, Surrey, England, power of attorney to William BARTLEY solicitor and Thomas Quinton STOW Minister of the Gospel Adelaide, power of attorney to sell Sections 177-180 Survey B 26/11/1844 Enrolment 6/3

TOWNSEND, A contractor Exeter 1916 Application 26560

No 1

TOWNSEND, Alfred undertaker Mt Torrens 1889 Application 23004

TOWNSEND, Alfred miller Mt Pleasant 1910 Memorial 69/463

TOWNSEND, Alfred storekeeper Virginia 1926 Memorial 10/496

TOWNSEND, Alfred formerly storekeeper Virginia but now out of business 4 Yarmouth St, Brighton 1951 Memorial 44/526

No 1

TOWNSEND, Daniel of Hammond 1881 Memorial 168/337

TOWNSEND, Daniel farmer Hundred of Coonatto 1892 Memorial 94/413

TOWNSEND, Edmund undertaker's assistant Lower Mitcham 1897 Application 24057

No 1

TOWNSEND, Frederick wheelwright Mitcham 1876 Memorial 209/298

TOWNSEND, Frederick blacksmith & wheelwright Mitcham 1877 Application 16021

TOWNSEND, Frederick wheelwright Lower Mitcham 1888 Memorial 136/392

No 1 - probably the same person

TOWNSEND, Frederick P clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 34/271

TOWNSEND, Frederick Pellatt and William auctioneers Adelaide 1881 Memorial 192/333

No 1

TOWNSEND, George builder Section 2264 Hundred of Burra west of the Burra Survey 1872 Memorial 123/259

TOWNSEND, George farmer near Kooringa 1883 Memorial 240/346

TOWNSEND, George Green farmer Moore Farm near Saddleworth and Joan Elizabeth Townsend his wife 1865 Memorial 246/201

TOWNSEND, Henry George Green farmer Butcher Gap 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist trustee Memorial 176/160

No 1

TOWNSEND, John carpenter Adelaide 1843 Memorial 480/2

TOWNSEND, John wheelwright Adelaide 1843 Memorial 285/3 Wheelwright Magill 1845 Memorial 221/5 Farmer Magill 1845 Memorial 270/127 Innkeeper Magill 1847 Memorial 458/7 Hannah Townsend, his wife [formerly Hannah POCOCK spinster Adelaide] 1849 Memorial 396/15

TOWNSEND, John carpenter Kensington 1850[-1855] Memorial 279/23

TOWNSEND, John carpenter Kensington Park 1854[-1855] Memorial 113/67

TOWNSEND, John farmer Kensington Park 1855 Enrolment 30/38

TOWNSEND, John gentleman Kensington Park 1860 Memorial 51/166

TOWNSEND, John formerly carpenter 1856 but now gardener near Kensington Park 1862 Application 3381

TOWNSEND, John gentleman North Kensington, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Samuel James WAY gentleman Adelaide, and in emergency, to George Robert DEBNEY upholsterer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/1/1865. He left the province again in 1867 Deposit 18/1886

TOWNSEND, John gentleman formerly of Norwood but now on a visit to England 1866 Memorial 132/209

TOWNSEND, John gentleman North Kensington now on a voyage to Europe 1867 Memorial 221/218

TOWNSEND, John gentleman formerly of North Kensington but now in parts beyond the seas 1869[-1878] Memorial 170/238

TOWNSEND, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1872[-1875] Memorial 3/262

TOWNSEND, John gentleman formerly of Magill then of North Kensington but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 39/297

No 2

TOWNSEND, John innkeeper Magill 1846 Memorial 12/81

TOWNSEND, John farmer Magill 1852[-1853] Memorial 481/39

TOWNSEND, John gardener Magill 1853[-1854] Memorial 460/50

TOWNSEND, John farmer Magill 1853 He purchased the World's End Inn at Magill for £180 Memorial 314/51

TOWNSEND, John carpenter Magill 1856 Memorial 228/100

TOWNSEND, John gentleman Magill 1858 Memorial 258/143

No 3

TOWNSEND, John yeoman Section 334 on the Torrens River 1848 Memorial 288/10

TOWNSEND, John farmer Darley on the Torrens 1850[-1855] Memorial 103/25

TOWNSEND, John gardener near Campbelltown 1864 Application 5350

No 4

TOWNSEND, John farmer First Creek 1850 Memorial 223/25

TOWNSEND, John dairy farmer First Creek late 1850[-1853] Memorial 234/27 Land purchase near Kapunda 1853 Memorial 277/48

TOWNSEND, John farmer St Johns near Kapunda 1871 Application 11280

No 5

TOWNSEND, John farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 396/80

TOWNSEND, John Henry of Hammond 1881 Memorial 169/337

TOWNSEND, Joseph coachman North Adelaide 1869[-1875] Memorial 203/240

TOWNSEND, Mary widow Meadows 1871 Application 11810

TOWNSEND, Mary Ellen widow farmer St Johns near Kapunda about to marry James PRIOR farmer Allendale. Linked with Thomas Townsend farmer Coonatto 1883 Memorial 171/352

No 1

TOWNSEND, Richard barman Mt Torrens 1855 Memorial 277/84

TOWNSEND, Richard formerly barman but now gentleman Mt Torrens 1891 Application 22165

TOWNSEND, Robert farmer near Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 79/98

No 1 - Robert George Townsend

TOWNSEND, Robert farmer Bonney Flat Hundred of Para Wirra and Elizabeth Jane Townsend his wife 1855 Memorial 198/87

TOWNSEND, Robert George Green farmer Bonney Flat Hundred of Para Wirra and Elizabeth Jane Townsend his wife 1858 Memorial 44/141

TOWNSEND, Robert George Green farmer Saddleworth 1858 Memorial 443/134

TOWNSEND, Robert George Green farmer Saddleworth and Elizabeth Jone Townsend his wife 1867 Memorial 80/219

TOWNSEND, Robert George Green farmer Saddleworth and Elizabeth Joan Townsend his wife 1870 Application 10867

TOWNSEND, Robert George Green farmer Butchers Gap 1893 Memorial 232/418

TOWNSEND, Samuel storekeeper Broken Hill NSW 1919 Application 26813

No 1

TOWNSEND, Thomas storekeeper McLaren Vale 1881[-1895] Memorial 160/331

TOWNSEND, Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1903 Application 24665

TOWNSEND, Thomas storekeeper McLaren Flat. McLaren Flat Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 116/475

TOWNSEND, Thomas formerly storekeeper McLaren Vale but now out of busines Pt Noarlunga, and Adelaide Townsend his wife 1924 Memorial 62/522

No 2

TOWNSEND, Thomas of Hammond Co Frome 1881 Memorial 167/337

No 3

TOWNSEND, Thomas labourer Kooringa Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

No 1

TOWNSEND, William bootcloser Adelaide 1846 Memorial 30/6

TOWNSEND, William bootcloser Adelaide (Halifax St) 1848 Memorial 212/13

TOWNSEND, William formerly bootcloser Adelaide 1846 but now of Springbank [near Goodwood??] 1872 Application 12088

No 2

TOWNSEND, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 377/34

TOWNSEND, William formerly labourer Pt Adelaide but now carpenter near Bendigo Vic 1861 Memorial 10/172

No 3

TOWNSEND, William Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 463/71

TOWNSEND, William gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 464/71

TOWNSEND, William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Padang on the west coast of Sumatra 1858 Memorial 264/136

No 4

TOWNSEND, William auctioneer Norwood 1855[-1877] Memorial 424/88

TOWNSEND, William auctioneer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 48/302

TOWNSEND, William auctioneer Mitcham, died 25/10/1882, of phthisis, aged 61 Application 25053

No 5

TOWNSEND, William farmer McLaren Vale 1860 Memorial 110/167

No 6

TOWNSEND, William clerk Aberdeen 1878 Memorial 19/306

No 7

TOWNSEND, William 30 bachelor ironmonger Rose Park (Father: John Townsend) Born Norwood. married Lucie HEANES 27 spinster Kensington (Father: Samuel Heanes) Born Kensington. 29/3/1909 Rose Park Congregational Church. Minister: Samuel LENTON. Witnesses: HA SHIER clerk Kensington Park and Robert HEANES boot salesman Kensington Application 26111

No 1

TOWNSEND, William Louis storekeeper McLaren Flat 1925 Memorial 35/493

TOWNSEND, William Louis formerly storekeeper but now vigneron McLaren Flat 1948 Application 28575

No 1

TOWNSHEND, Richard carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 68/36

TOWNSHEND, Richard labourer Norwood [perhaps worked for David Davey miller Parkside] 1857 Memorial 283/124

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

TOWNSHEND, Richard labourer White Valley near Aldinga [perhaps worked at White's flour mill] 1858 Memorial 285/140

No 1

TOY, Joseph engineer College Town 1849 Memorial 45/19

TOY, Joseph engineer formerly of College Town but now of Ballarat Vic 1857 linked with John Toy engineer Ballarat Memorial 169/122

TOY, William Peter builder Adelaide 1884 Memorial 196/358

No 1

TOZER, Alfred of Pt Wakefield. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1882 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

TOZER, Alfred farmer and grazier Pt Wakefield 1903 Memorial 100/448

TOZER, James farmer Chain of Ponds 1852 Memorial 87/43

TOZER, John watchmaker Adelaide 1838 Application 20821

No 1

TOZER, John Newton farmer Section 545 Hundred of Willunga 1858 Memorial 303/146

TOZER, John Newton farmer Pt Gawler 1866 Memorial 81/213

TOZER, John Newton farmer Two Wells 1870 Memorial 155/246

TOZER, John Newton farmer Lower Light Hundred of Pt Gawler, died c1873. He left his whole estate to his wife, Jane Tozer Memorial 247/267

TOZER, John Newton farmer Lower Light Hundred of Pt Gawler, made his will 19/11/1872. He left his whole estate to his wife, Jane Tozer nee BEER Application 19559

TOZER, Jane widow Virginia 1873 Memorial 19/269

TOZER, WH clerk Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1889 Memorial 207/397

TOZER, William Henry sawyer Lameroo Co Chandos. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

TRACEY, Clement blacksmith North Norwood 1920 Application 26860

No 1 - the Elder

TRACEY, Mark dyer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 355/76

TRACEY, Mark the Elder married Ann BIDDERS on 13/8/1826 St Martin’s in the Fields, Middlesex, England. Eldest son, Mark John Tracy born 20/11/1831 Oakly St, Lambeth, Surrey (later labourer Hindmarsh SA). Family shifted to Stoke Newington, later emigrated to SA - settled Glen Osmond, then Adelaide. Mark Tracey the Elder dyer Adelaide, died 1/11/1855 intestate, of accidental death, aged 48. His eldest son, MJ Tracey, inherited as heir at law. The mother lived in Hindmarsh by 1864. Application 5405

No 2 - Mark John Tracey commonly known as Mark Tracey the Younger

TRACEY, Mark John labourer Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 232/147

TRACEY, Mark miller Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 180/209

TRACEY, Mark miller Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10252

TRACEY, Mark licensed victualler Cumberland Hotel Glanville 1880[-1882] Memorial 159/325

No 3

TRACEY, Mark farmer Terowie Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 63 County Kimberley

No 4

TRACEY, Mark out of business Kensington 1887 Memorial 210/382

TRACEY, Patrick yeoman Lot 8 Town Acre 120 Adelaide 1869 Memorial 30/241

TRACY, Henry Widrington Hall manager Adelaide (Flinders St) 1928 Memorial 176/500

TRACY, Hugh railway porter Terowie Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

No 1

TRAEGER, Carl Gottlieb the Younger farmer near Daveyston 1865 Application 6656

TRAEGER, Carl Gottlieb farmer Daveyston Hundred of Brownlow land grant 1892 Grant Book 18 Page 108 County Eyre

TRAEGER, Carl Robert farmer near Greenock Hundred of English land grant 1884 Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

No 1

TRAEGER, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 107/147

TRAEGER, Carl Wilhelm farmer Langmeil 1861 Memorial 76/209

TRAEGER, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Langmeil 1866 Memorial 71/209

TRAEGER/TRAGER/TRÄGER, Ernst Gottlieb farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

TRAEGER, Ernst Julius farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1886[-1888] Memorial 29/375

TRAEGER, Florrie Ethelreda nee BOGIE married woman 14 Smith-Dorrien St, Galway Estate 1946 Application 28463

TRAEGER, Friedrich August farmer Balaklava 1892 Memorial 48/415

TRAEGER/TRAGER/TRÄGER, Friedrich Samuel farmer Pinnaroo. Karte (Hundred of Kingsford) township allotment land grant 1930 Grant Book 12 Page 231 County Chandos

TRAEGER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hallett Valley 1885 Application 20518

TRAEGER, Johann Christian farmer Hundred of Wonna linked with Ernst Gottlieb Traeger no description 1886 Memorial 227/378

No 1

TRAEGER, Johann Franz Carl farmer near Eudunda 1897[-1903] Memorial 109/431

TRAEGER, Johann Franz Carl farmer Point Pass 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

TRAEGER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 40/55

No 1

TRAIL, Robert labourer Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 179/23

TRAIL, Robert driver Adelaide 1852 Memorial 151/44

No 1

TRAIN, James farmer Greens Plains East 1880 Memorial 94/326

TRAIN, James of Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 199 County Daly

TRAIN, James Hay JP wheat agent Paskeville 1903 Memorial 207/452

TRAIN, James Thomas District Clerk Stirling West. Aldgate Valley Church of Christ trustee 1928 Memorial 94/500

TRAIN, Norman John general storekeeper Virginia 1951[-1952] Memorial 44/526, Application 28909

TRAIN, Robert builder Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 52/235

No 1

TRAIN, William storekeeper Kensington 1868 Memorial 137/239

TRAIN, Mr stonecutter Kensington 1869 Application 9667

TRAIN, William formerly storekeeper Kensington but now slate merchant Emerald Hill Vic 1877 Memorial 174/305

TRAIN, William storekeeper formerly of Kensington 1868 but now of Emerald Hill Vic 1877 Application 16520

TRAIN, William slate merchant formerly of Kensington, but now of Emerald Hill Vic, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and wind up his SA business affairs 19/12/1877 Deposit 256/1877

TRAINER, Bartholomew farmer Brighton 1850 Memorial 140/27

TRAINOR, Luke miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 76 County Daly

No 1

TRAINOR, Thomas woodcarter Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

TRAINOR, Thomas farmer Greens Plains 1891 Memorial 50/409

TRAINOR, Thomas farmer Greens Plains 1891[-1894] Memorial 64/410

TRAINOR, Thomas farmer Hundred of Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1891[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

TRAINOR, Thomas farmer Kadina 1904 Memorial 137/450

No 2

TRAINOR, Thomas labourer Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

No 1

TRALAGGAN, Albert Edward farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light. Pancharpoo Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 128/475

TRALAGGAN, Edward farmer Mintaro 1899 Memorial 135/439

No 1

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Reedbeds 1851 Memorial 93/48

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Reedbeds 1853[-1856] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 93/48

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Mintaro 1858 Memorial 215/139

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer near Mintaro, died 29/7/1876. Husband of Grace Tralaggan. Father of Emma CORNFOOT, Edward Tralaggan and Henry Tralaggan Memorial 23/479

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Mintaro 1870 Application 11077

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Mintaro, died 29/7/1876. Estate worth £1,000. Husband of Grace Tralaggan. Sons Edward and Henry Tralaggan. The testator's daughter, Emma Tralaggan married (1) Stephen CORNFOOT m (2) Robert AXFORD 71 widower labourer Woolsheds near Rhynie (Father: William Axford) on 24/4/1902, Joseph Lock residence near Rhynie. Minister Ernest AS THOMAS. Witnesses: J Lock butcher Woodsheds and LJ Lock of Rhynie. Neither the bride nor the groom could write. Emma Axford died 31/3/1919 Mintaro. She left pt Section 196 Hundred of Upper Wakefield to her two daughters, Eliza GRACE wife of Reuben Edward Grace labourer Watervale and Amy IVEY wife of Stephen Ivey miner Boulder WA equally absolutely as tenants in common. The household furniture to Eliza Grace absolutely. No other sons or daughters featured in the will 'as all my other sons and daughters are well provided for, I do not make any provision for them' Application 26814

No 2

TRALAGGAN, Frederick farmer Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

No 1

TRALAGGAN, Henry farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1875 Grant Book 8 Page 177 County Burra

TRALAGGAN, Henry farmer Mt Bryan. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Kooringa 1886 Memorial 5/383

TRALAGGAN, Henry Nicol farmer Pt Wakefield. Trustee Yararoo School 1931 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

TRANSE, Nicholas shepherd Norwood 1849 Memorial 45/18

No 1

TRANTER, Ezekiel 29 farmer Pt Gawler Father: John Tranter married Matilda MCPHARLAN 37 widow Pt Gawler Father: John CARSON on 2/4/1866 St Patrick's Grote St, Adelaide. Minister: John SMYTH. Witnesses: William McEvoy farmer Pt Gawler and Ellen WARD spinster North Adelaide. Ezekiel Tranter farmer Two Wells, died 3/1/1894 Gawler, of lower jaw cancer, aged 57 Application 25531

TRANTER, Ezekiel farmer Pt Gawler and Matilda Tranter his wife 1875[-1887] Memorial 172/299

TRANTER, Ezekiel blacksmith Kapunda 1882 Application 19005

TRANTER, Ezekiel farmer Pt Gawler and Matilda Tranter his wife 1883. The Tranters married on 2/4/1866 Memorial 114/350

TRANTER, Matilda widow Gawler relict of the late Ezekiel Tranter formerly farmer Pt Gawler but now deceased 1897 Memorial 81/432

TRANTER, Matilda widow formerly of Pt Gawler but now of Gawler 1903 Memorial 109/448

No 1

TRANTER, Francis bit and spur maker Adelaide 1846[-1856] Memorial 151/7

TRANTER, Francis blacksmith Adelaide 1851 Memorial 257/37

TRANTER, Francis ironmonger Adelaide (West Tce) 1855 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 98/91

TRANTER, Francis bit and spur maker Kapunda 1856 Memorial 330/99

TRANTER, Francis farmer Ascot Farm Hundred of Belvidere 1864 Memorial 81/199

TRANTER, Francis gentleman Allendale 1868 Memorial 144/234

TRANTER, Francis farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1881 Application 18535

TRANTER, Francis formerly bit and spur maker Kapunda but now out of business 1890 Supreme Court In Lunacy Order 25/4/1890 Francis Tranter is a lunatic incapable of managing his affairs - That he is a widower of the age of 81 years, residing with the petitioner [Charles Norton DYETT agent Lower North Adelaide son-in-law of Francis Tranter, whose daughter Agnes Ann Tranter he married] That the nature of his lunacy is senile decay That the said Charles Norton Dyett is the most fit person to be appointed the Committee of his person and of his estate. That his fortune consists of certain real and personal estate situate in and near Kapunda in the said province the net amount or net estimated value does not exceed the sum of £500. That the net annual income of the said Francis Tranter is £28 or thereabouts … That the sum of £1/10/- per week is fit to be allowed for the future maintenance of the said Francis Tranter from 25/4/1890. £95/11/7 to be repaid to CN Dyett for expense he has already incurred looking after his father-in-law Application 25218

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TRANTER, John blacksmith Adelaide (North Tce) 1851 Memorial 398/29

TRANTER, John blacksmith Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 416/70
No 1

TRAPMANN, Carl Wilhelm butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 437/29

TRAPMANN, Carl Wilhelm butcher Adelaide, power of attorney to his wife Anna Auguste Charlotte Ernestine TRAPMANN and his friend, Jasper KRÜSS cabinetmaker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/10/1851 Deposit 367/1858

TRAPMANN, Ann Auguste Charlotte Ernestine widow of Carl Wilhelm Trappmann the Elder, died 21/3/1870 Stepney, of paralysis, aged 73. She had two children - Clara Julie Gertrud Trapmann and Carl Wilhelm Ferdinand Trapmann. Adolph DORNEY saddler Adelaide 1856 was an executor of her will. On 9/7/1862, Clara Trapmann married Wilhelm EY (Father: Ferdinand Ey) at her father’s residence, Stepney. Pastor CFA Strempel officiated. Adolph Dorney now saddler Hahndorf, was a witness, as were AHR GERBER baker Adelaide and C DIECHMANN farmer Woodforde Application 10701

No 1

TRAPMANN, Carl Wilhelm Ferdinand commercial traveller Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 201/257

TRAPMANN, CWF of Richard St, Hindmarsh 1875 Memorial 101/281

TRAPMANN, CWF brewer Hindmarsh 1879 Memorial 97/320

TRAPMANN, CWF formerly gentleman Hindmarsh but now licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1883 Memorial 108/349

TRAPMANN, Louisa, Emma and Mary spinsters Adelaide 1878 Application 16685

TRAPP, Ludwig cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854[-1856] (Pt TA 68 Hindley St) Memorial 122/73

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TRATHAN, Henry engineer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 247/189

TRATHAN, Henry saddler Riverton 1879 Memorial 10/320

TRATHAN, Henry saddler Riverton, power of attorney to George Albermarle HORNER master saddler Adelaide (Grenfell St), to take permanent control, with power of sale, over his shop and stock in trade at River, ‘for divers valuable considerations’ 4/8/1879 Deposit 60/1880

TRATHAN, Henry the Elder engineer Kapunda, died 31/8/1892. Husband of Jane Chappell TRATHAN. Father of Louisa Ann Trathan and Henry Trathan the Younger Memorial 121/496

TRATHAN, Henry the Elder engineer Kapunda, died 31/8/1892. His estate worth £150. He left his whole estate to his wife, Jane Chappel Trathan, in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to his daughter, Louisa Ann Trathan, in trust for life, then to be divided amongst his surviving children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Jane Chappel Trathan widow Slight St, Kapunda, died 29/8/1900, of senile decay, aged 86. His family by 1925 included: Louisa Ann Trathan, Jane Chappel SLEIGHT/SLIGHT deceased; Henry Trathan the Younger died 1920; Ellen Maria JENKINS deceased. Louisa Ann Trathan matron Strangways Tce, North Adelaide, died 13/12/1926 Strangways Tce private hospital, of a growth in the abdomen and chronic jaundice, aged 75. She was born in Newland East, England, and emigrated to SA aged c3 years. Sarah Ann JEFFS married woman Hyde Park 1927, the eldest child of Henry Trathan the Younger, gave much of the above information Application 27849

No 1

TRATHAN, John miner Kooringa 1848[-1850] Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee. Memorial 151/13

TRATHAN, John miner Burra Burra Mine 1853 Memorial 392/49

TRATHAN, John miner formerly of Burra but now of Ballarat Vic 1867 Memorial 150/219

No 1

TRATHEN, Thomas Jenkin builder Ovingham 1884 Application 20107

TRATHEN, Thomas Jenkin licensed victualler Ovingham Hotel, Ovingham 1899 Memorial 31/437

TRAUMAR, AA secretary Hugo Wertheim Pty Ltd of 107 Rundle St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 212/465

TRAVEIL, Henry carpenter Adelaide (Pt TA 472 Chatham St) 1853 Memorial 351/52

TRAVENA, William farmer Kapunda Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 167 County Light

No 1

TRAVERS, Arthur formerly policeman Bowden 1840 but now shoemaker Adelaide 1847 Application 10020

TRAVERS, Arthur labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 217/5

TRAVERS, Edward farmer Rice Creek 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 111 County Dalhousie

TRAVERS, Edward Bernard retired farmer St Peters 1924 Memorial 40/491, Application 27313

No 1

TRAVERS, Henry farmer near Mt Pleasant 1865 Memorial 230/203

TRAVERS, Henry vigneron Mt Pleasant, died 11/3/ 1902. Estate worth £75 Memorial 163/445

TRAVERS, James farmer near Bagot Well 1878 Application 16797

TRAVERS, John farmer The Light 1871 Application 11344

No 1

TRAVERS, John Leo articled clerk to Messrs BARWELL, KELLY & HAGUE solicitors Adelaide 1920 Memorial 174/481

TRAVERS, John Leo articled law clerk to BARWELL, KELLY & HAGUE solicitors Adelaide 1920 Application 26965

TRAVERS, Joseph farmer Gum Creek 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 112 County Dalhousie

TRAVERS, Luke Edward farmer Yatina trustee Yatina Hall committee 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

TRAVERS, Mary spinster Glenelg 1851[-1855] Memorial 481/38

TRAVERS, Maurice of Tarcowie 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 48 County Dalhousie

TRAVERS, Michael of Tarcowie 1887 Memorial 216/385

No 1

TRAVERS, Samuel John farmer Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 151/134

TRAVERS, Samuel John farmer Pt Elliot, died 15/7/1865 intestate. Father of an only child Stephen Travers, who died 11/4/1871 intestate. Grandfather of an only child, Ann MAHONEY nee Travers wife of John Mahoney butcher Pt Elliot 1899 Memorial 139/439

TRAVERS, Samuel John farmer Pt Elliot, died 15/7/1865 intestate. His only son, Stephen Travers farmer Pt Elliot, inherited his estate as heir at law. He died 11/4/1871 intestate. Letters of administration to his only child, Ann MAHONEY wife of John Mahoney butcher Pt Elliot 1900 Application 24105

No 1

TRAVERS, Stephen farmer Pt Elliot, only son and heir at law of the late Samuel John Travers, who died 15/7/1865 intestate. Probably also husband of Eliza Travers widow Glenford near Pt Elliot 1873 Memorials 179/219, 108/267

TRAVERS, Eliza widow Middleton 1894 Application 22634

TRAYNOR, Annie wife of Peter Traynor of South Tce, Thebarton 1918, declared that she had been born in Thebarton in 1867 Application 26692

TREACY, Mark publican Waukaringa 1889 Memorial 149/399

No 1 – Albert George Treasure

TREASURE, Albert farmer Minlacowie trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

TREASURE, Albert George farmer Minlacowie 1888[-1898] Memorial 209/391

TREASURE, Albert George of Minlaton 1888 Memorial 173/392

TREASURE, Albert George farmer Minlaton linked with Sidney Treasure farmer Minlaton 1907 Memorial 228/456

No 1

TREASURE, James farmer Willunga 1853[-1854] Memorial 293/53 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1854 Memorial 190/74

TREASURE, James farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1879] Memorial 69/71, Application 1440

TREASURE, James farmer Aldinga 1895 Application 22913

No 1

TREASURE, Oliver farmer Minlaton 1884 Memorial 81/356

TREASURE, Oliver farmer Muloowurtie 1885 Memorial 42/370

TREASURE, Sidney farmer Minlaton 1898 Memorial 28/435

TREBILCOCK, Adolphus John gardener Montatcute and Sarah Ann Trebilcock his wife 1896 Application 23261

No 1 - possibly the same person

TREBILCOCK, James stockholder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 255/120

TREBILCOCK, James cattle farmer Roachtown 'situated north of the Burra Survey' 1859 Memorial 347/157

TREBILCOCK, James Henry miner Moonta Mines 1887 Memorial 182/384

No 1

TREBILCOCK, John gardener Alverton Gardens Darley on the Torrens 1860 Memorial 75/165

TREBILCOCK, John gardener near Montacute 1873 Memorial 136/267

TREBILCOCK, Thomas of Staughton 1851 Memorial 360/37

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TREBLE, Emily widow Torrens Road, Alberton 1901 Application 24312

TREBLE, Emily widow Willunga 1913 Memorial 148/469

TREBLE, Henry butcher Adelaide took out a 7-year lease on the Rose Inn Sturt St, Adelaide from Michael Featherstone at £52 a year 1849[-1851] Memorial 48/14

TREBLE, Ila Daphne married woman Cape Jervis 1947[-1953] Memorial 171/521, Application 28971

TREBLECOCK, John farmer Fifth Creek 1871 Application 11473

TREBY, John Milton blacksmith Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

TREFORT, August Heinrich had an interest in Section 149 (319 acres) of the Hundred of Wonoka Co Blackford 1885 Memorial 72/371

TREGALIS, Daniel miner Adelaide 1847 Memorial 4/13

TREGEA, Elijah miner Adelaide 1863 Memorial 122/189

No 1

TREGEA, John farmer Penwortham 1854 Memorial 160/76

TREGEA, John farmer Skillogolee Creek (Section 11 Co Stanley) and Elizabeth Tregea his wife 1855 Memorial 198/124

TREGEA, John farmer Skillogolee Creek, died 16/6/1855, leaving his half of Section 11 in the Hutt River Survey to his wife, Elizabeth Tregea absolutely. She remarried to George MOCK farmer Skillogolee Creek, who also died before 1862. The deeds to this property were missing, as John Tregea had mortgaged the land to William TREMBATH of Kooringa, who kept the deeds in a deed box in his home. Two statements 4/3/1862 ‘I beg to state that it was stole from my house while we were at Chaple it was kept in a small box the box with all its contents were taken away as soon as I found the box was gon I at once gave information to the police gote a search warrant searched were I have aney suspission but could not find aney thing to swere to gote every reason to belive that the deed was burnt with other papers.’ ‘The box containing the said deed was in the month of March 1856 stolen from my said house while I and my family was at Chapel, and that the said box contained other papers and effects in value about £150, and that I on my return from Chapel and missing the same gave immediate information to the police and obtained a search warrant against persons suspected of having committed the said robbery, but that I was never able to get hold of or trace of the said box or any of its contents’ Statement 28/3/1862. Application 3103

No 1

TREGEA, William Siles miner Burra Burra 1850 Memorial 203/30

TREGEA, William Siles miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Fiery Creek Vic 1857 Memorial 173/122

TREGEAGLE, Fanny Louisa domestic servant Croydon 1898 Memorial 195/440

No 1

TREGEAGLE, John farmer Hope Valley 1851 Memorial 442/35

TREGEAGLE, John farmer Tea Tree Gully 1854[-1858] Memorial 398/68

TREGEAGLE, John and William Trethowan Tregeagle farmers Tea Tree Gully 1855 Memorial 336/90

TREGEAGLE, William Trethowan labourer Tea Tree Gully 1865[-1867] Memorial 320/202

TREGEAR, Emma spinster Lower North Rd, Prospect 1926 Application 27497

No 1 - probably the same person

TREGENZA, EJ civil servant Adelaide (Kintore Ave) 1904 Memorial 50/452

TREGENZA, EJ assistant official receiver of the SA bankruptcy court 1937 Memorial 85/511

TREGENZA, Frederick John retired farmer Victor Harbor 1954 Memorial 126/529

No 1

TREGENZA, John tallow chandler Bowden 1863 Application 4305

TREGENZA, Mary Jane widow and storekeeper, came to live with her family on lot 611, on the corner of Gibson and Seventh Sts, Bowden, in 1870. She died 1/3/1910. Her son Percy John Tregenza had the right to run the general store for 5 years after her death, and then either had to buy the property or move elsewhere. The whole estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst the children of the family - Albert Tregenza warehouseman London, England; George Champion Tregenza ironmonger Woodville, Edward James Tregenza civil servant Kintore Ave, Adelaide, and Percy John Tregenza general storekeeper Bowden. Estate worth £800 1913 Application 26216

No 2

TREGENZA, John mason Penola and Agnes Tregenza his wife 1902 Application 24374

TREGENZA, John Edward official receiver in bankruptcy Adelaide 1956 Application 29203

TREGENZA, Percy John grocer Gibson St, Bowden 1894 Memorial 78/420

TREGILGAS, John Thomas painter Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

No 1 -mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TREGILGAS, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn 1853[-1856] Memorial 311/48 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1856 Memorial 299/101

TREGILGAS, Joseph miner Strathalbyn 1855 Memorial 342/89

TREGILGAS, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn, died c1860 Memorial 106/168

TREGILGAS, Joseph farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 121/117

TREGILGAS, Joseph the Elder farmer Strathalbyn, died c1859. He left his entire estate in trust to the use of his wife, Mary Ann Tregilgas, for life or until her remarriage. Then his son Joseph Tregilgas the Younger to get certain land absolutely in remainder expectant. The rest of the estate to be sold and converted into cash to be shared out equally absolutely amongst the four remaining children - William Thomas Tregilgas, John Tregilgas, Edward Sunter Tregilgas and William Tregilgas. The executors and trustees to be Edward SUNTER and William CLOSE storekeepers Strathalbyn Memorial 34/158

TREGILGAS, Joseph carrier Strathalbyn, died 23/7/1859 Crafers Inn, of mortification, aged 49 Application 24373

TREGILGAS, Joseph Sedunary farmer Willunga 1906[-1908] Memorial 107/456

TREGILGAS, Morton Murray storekeeper Bow Hill 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

No 1 - probably the same person

TREGILGAS, Richard tailor Strathalbyn 1853[-1855] Memorial 361/53

TREGILGAS, Richard storekeeper East Wellington Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1877 Grant Book 58 Page 349 County Sturt

TREGILGAS, Richard storekeeper Wellington on the Murray 1880[-1884] Memorial 175/323, Application 20354

TREGILGAS, Richard retired storekeeper Wellington on the Murray, died 29/11/1892, of heart disease and dropsy, aged 74 Application 23970

TREGILGAS, William Thomas bootmaker Jamestown, became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 157/320

No 1

TREGILLAS, Daniel miner Kooringa 1849 Memorial 242/16

TREGILLAS, Daniel labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 409/31

TREGILLAS, Daniel miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 454/44

TREGILLAS, Daniel yeoman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Coromandel Valley 1856 Memorial 494/94

TREGILLAS, Daniel farmer Belair 1880 Memorial 146/327

TREGILLAS, Daniel gentleman Belair, died c1896 Memorial 121/429

TREGILLAS, Daniel formerly miner Kooringa but then gentleman Belair, died 12/3/1896 Memorial 2/430, Application 27245

TREGILLAS, Daniel gentleman Belair, died 12/3/1896. Estate worth £3,000. All estate to his wife in trust for life or until her remarriage. The trustees to make a list of the assets, which she had to sign. Then the estate to be sold. Equal distribution absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephew, William Henry Tregillas of Aldgate, and to the children of Richard and Ann JOHNS of the colony of sVictoria and the children of John Tregillas of St Trossells, Cornwall, England, provided all the children prove their claim within a year of the testator's wife’s death or remarriage. Walter GOOCH accountant Belair, and Charles Fletcher FENN solicitor Adelaide, to be the trustees. They were entitled to £5 out of the estate for their trouble. CF Fenn to claim all his professional fees as well. Enrolment 67a/54

TREGILLAS, Elizabeth widow Belair relict of the late Daniel Tregillas formerly gentleman Belair but then deceased, died 18/8/1896, aged 78 Memorial 196/429

TREGILLAS, Elizabeth widow of Daniel Tregillas gentleman Belair, died 18/8/1896, of senile decay, aged 78 Deposit 75/1896

TREGONING, Edward labourer North Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 206/24

TREGONING, Helen Clifford widow Mitcham 1917 Application 26637

TREGONING, John Richards and Leslie Hercules farmers Culburra. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1

TREGONING, JA publican Royal Admiral Hotel, Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 246/52

TREGONING, Joseph Annear licensed victualler Adelaide and Sarah Maria Tregoning his wife formerly Sarah Maria CALTON spinster usually known as Sarah Calton 1854 Memorial 413/77

TREGONNING, Thomas greengrocer Evandale St Peters 1894 Application 22748

TREGONING, William of Moonta 1874 Memorial 185/272

TREGOWETH, Leonard Ernest grocer Adelaide 1904[-1921] Memorial 73/452

TREHANE, James Andrew gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now absent therefrom 1865 Memorial 287/200

No 1

TREHEARN, Walter R storekeeper's assistant Minlaton 1891 Memorial 200/407

TREHEARNE, Walter R store assistant Maitland 1893 Memorial 127/418

TREHEY, Timothy labourer Mitcham 1894 Application 22783

No 1

TRELEAVEN, Elizabeth married woman Goolwa 1910 Memorial 115/463

TRELEAVEN, Elizabeth Ann widow Goolwa, died 6/11/1939 Adelaide. Mother of Eileen Doris SCHNEIDER no description. Executors; Harold GOODE storekeeper Goolwa and Herbert Alexander ARMFIELD shipwright Goolwa. Mrs Schneider lived in Wainhouse St, Torrensville in 1955 Memorials 129 & 130/530

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND - check hotel book

TRELEAVEN, Henry licensed victualler Old Halfway House Inn Port Road 1875 Memorial 10/283

TRELEAVEN, Henry tallyman Portland Estate 1876 Application 15080

No 2

TRELEAVEN, Henry orchardist Mt Barker 1905 Application 25057

No 1 - probably the same person

TRELEAVEN, John farmer Spring Gully Farm near Clare 1881 Application 18444

TRELEAVEN, John farmer Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

No 1

TRELEAVEN, Nicholas porter Portland Estate 1868 Application 9365

TRELEAVEN, Nicholas of the Portland Estate 1876 Application 15535

TRELEAVEN, Nicholas carrier Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 154/296

TRELEAVEN, Nicholas railway overseer Portland Estate 1884 Application 20074

TRELEAVEN, Thomas Udy gentleman Gawler South 1888 Application 21465

No 1

TRELEAVEN, Walter miner Burra Mine 1851 Memorial 87/38

TRELEAVEN, Walter farmer Meadows near Clare 1853[-1855] Memorial 182/56

TRELEAVEN, Walter farmer Hutt River 1854 Memorial 73/64

TRELEAVEN, Walter farmer near Donnybrook Hundred of Clare 1862 Application 3198

TRELEAVEN, Walter farmer Spring Gully near Clare 1866 Application 7800

TRELEAVEN, Walter farmer Clare 1868 Memorial 113/234

TRELEAVEN, Walter of Lennon St, Clare, died 1880. He left his own residence in Lennon St + £2 a week to his wife, Jane Treleaven, in trust for her use during her widowhood. Rental cottages in Lennon St, Guildford St, Albert Road and Templer St, Clare, to go into trust to earn the income for his wife's annuity. The testator's son, John Treleaven, to inherit absolutely the farm where he lived- Sections 395, 3041 and 3042, known as Spring Gully Farm Hundred of Clare - when his father died. Walter Treleaven's daughter Emily WHITFORD, granddaughter, Emily Treleaven, and niece Grace RUNDLE to inherit the cottages absolutely in remainder expectant (a few each) when Jane Treleaven died. Memorial 138/325

No 1

TRELEAVEN, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 132/218

TRELEAVEN, William carrier Portland Estate 1871 Memorial 229/251

TRELEAVEN, William railway carrier Adelaide 1872 Memorial 157/259

TRELEAVEN, William formerly carrier Portland Estate 1871 but now of Jamestown 1877 Application 16038

TRELEAVEN, William carrier Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 128 County Victoria

TRELEAVEN, William agent Jamestown Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 63 County Kimberley

TRELOAR, Amelia Catherine of Daisy Farm Hundred of Redhill land grant [Mrs Arthur George Treloar nee AC SCOWN] 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 371 County Daly

TRELOAR, Arthur stockholder Watervale 1891 Memorial 22/408

TRELOAR, AU proclaimed bank manager Mt Pleasant 1954 Memorial 55/529

No 1

TRELOAR, Benjamin and Samuel farmers Kapunda 1858 Memorial 149/141

TRELOAR, Benjamin and Samuel farmers Allen Creek near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 127/229

TRELOAR, Benjamin and Samuel farmers formerly of Kapunda 1868 now of Allendale near Kapunda 1877 Application 16253

TRELOAR, Benjamin farmer Allandale Co Light. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

TRELOAR, Benjamin farmer Alldendale. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

No 2

TRELOAR, Benjamin carpenter Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1900 Grant Book 49 Page 32 County Newcastle

No 1

TRELOAR, Bennett farmer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 149/141

TRELOAR, Ann widow Allendale Co Light, died c1869. She left her entire estate in equal shares absolutely to her two sons, Benjamin and Samuel Treloar Memorial 137/240

No 2

TRELOAR, Bennett farmer Kadina 1890 Memorial 225/402

TRELOAR, Bennett farmer Hundred of Kadina 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

TRELOAR, Catharine widow Allendale 1876 Memorial 157/313

TRELOAR, Charles Henry labourer Murray Bridge. Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 220 County Sturt

No 1

TRELOAR, Edgar vigneron Watervale 1910 Application 25877

No 2

TRELOAR, Edgar civil servant Stephen Tce, Walkerville and Lydia Elizabeth Fredericke Treloar his wife 1909 Application 25638

TRELOAR, Edgar civil servant Stephen Tce, Walkerville 1922 Application 27104

No 1 - Francis Treloar the Elder

TRELOAR, Francis yeoman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 202/36

TRELOAR, Francis farmer formerly of North Adelaide but now of the Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 21/127

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Upper Wakefield 1859[-1861] Memorial 76/153

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Peak Station, Watervale 1853 Memorial 137/58

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale 1853[-1872] Memorial 110/56

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale 1857 Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Springvale near Watervale 1860 Application 1560

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale 1863 Application 4076

TRELOAR, Francis gentleman Watervale 1866. Director Auburn Town Hall Company Application 7348

TRELOAR, Francis manager Watervale 1867 Application 8467

TRELOAR, Francis the Elder gentleman Watervale 1868 Memorial 203/235

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 193 County Victoria

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale 1881 Application 18420

TRELOAR, Francis farmer Watervale Hundred of Willowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

TRELOAR, Francis gentleman Poplar Cottage Watervale, died c1890. Father of Charles Hextel Treloar estate agent Adelaide 1914. Francis Treloar's daughter, Jane or Sarah Jane Treloar, married Harold BADCOCK. In 1898 (Deposit 47/1898), Harold Badcock changed his name to Harold CROFT Application 26397

TRELOAR, Francis gentleman Watervale, died 31/10/1890. Husband of Esther Treloar. Father of William George Treloar assistant station overseer Gum Creek and Charles Hextel Treloar gentleman Adelaide, Frank Treloar, Arthur Treloar, Edgar Treloar, Walter Treloar, Jane BADCOCK wife of Harold Badcock storekeeper Watervale, Emma KIMBER wife of Richard Kimber miller Clare. Real estate included Adminga Run (with JJ and WH DUNCAN), Poplar Cottage (lot 9) Watervale, York Villa (pt Section 445 Hundred of Upper Wakefield), Bardon House (pt Section 30 Hundred of Upper Wakefield), Prospect Vineyard Estate (Sections 3011, 3015, 91 Hundred of Upper Wakefield), Watervale Paddock (pt Section 445), New Farm (pt Section 577 Hundred of Upper Wakefield), Kelsus (pt Section 448 Hundred of Upper Wakefield). By 1914, the Badcocks had moved to Somerwilla in Vic, where Harold Badcock had a general store. Their surname had become CROFT. SW Croft mentioned but not described Memorials 32 & 46/471

No 2 - Francis Treloar the Younger

TRELOAR, Frank clerk Watervale 1867 Memorial 16/227

TRELOAR, Francis the Younger clerk Watervale 1868 Memorial 146/234

TRELOAR, Francis manager Watervale 1873 Memorial 228/267

TRELOAR, Francis the Younger gentleman Watervale and Sarah Esther Treloar nee GREENSLADE his wife, married 12/7/1872 Memorial 229/267

TRELOAR, Frank clerk Watervale and Sarah Esther Treloar his wife 1873 Application 12972

TRELOAR, Francis agent Watervale Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

TRELOAR, Frank agent Kooringa 1902[-1927] Memorial 52/447

TRELOAR, Frank solicitor Kooringa 1927 Application 27553

TRELOAR, Frank agent Kooringa and Sarah Esther Treloar his wife 1925 Application 26926

TRELOAR, Frank accountant Kooringa 1928 Application 27690

TRELOAR, Frederick farmer Tintinara Co Cardwell. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

No 1 - Henry Treloar the Elder

TRELOAR, Henry miner near Nairne. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel & School Nairne 1850 Memorial 103/304

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 51/38

TRELOAR, Henry the Elder and Younger farmers Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 291/72

TRELOAR, Henry the Elder farmer near Strathalbyn, died c1864. His wife, Grace Treloar, youngest daughter Eliza Treloar, and sons Henry Treloar the Younger, John Jenkin Treloar and Jeremiah Treloar mentioned in the will Memorial 326/201

TRELOAR, Henry farmer near Strathalbyn, died c1865. He left an annuity of £50 for life to his wife, Grace Treloar. After her death, £10 a year for life, provided that if she married, the annuity fell away once the total reached £100. Grace Treloar died 28/1/1882 at home Gilles St, Adelaide, of infirmity, aged 81. Children included Thomas Treloar gentleman Strathalbyn, Jeremiah Treloar farmer near Strathalbyn, Grace Treloar who married (1) William Henry SNOOKS and (2) Henry NICHOLLS and Eliza Treloar (Eliza MOAR widow Strathalbyn by 1876) Application 24077

No 2 - Henry Treloar the Younger

TRELOAR, Henry miner Kanmantoo owned land at Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 141/54

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Paringa [near Callington?] 1853 Memorial 93/55

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Paringa 1856 Linked with Thomas Treloar farmer Strathalbyn Memorial 240/99 [date clash]

TRELOAR, Henry the Younger farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 65/58

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Meadows 1854[-1855] Meadows Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 487/77

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Meadows linked with Jeremiah Treloar farmer Strathalbyn and John Jenkins Treloar farmer Nairne 1865 Memorial 147/208

TRELOAR, Henry farmer formerly of Macclesfield 1853 then the Meadows but now of Clare 1866 Linked with Jeremiah Treloar farmer Strathalbyn Application 7505

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Broughton Extension trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Keilli 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 487 County Daly

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 369 County Daly

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Redhill Broughton had links with Meadows 1884 Memorial 237/362

TRELOAR, Henry of the Hundred of Barndioota 1888 Memorial 212/389

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Nairne, died 20/2/1897 Native Valley. Husband of an unnamed wife. Father of Samuel Henry Treloar farmer Redhill, Susan Grace Treloar, Louisa Ann HILL, Henrietta SEARLE, Emelia PATTINGALE wife of George Pattingale farmer Pt Broughton, William Joseph Treloar, Jonathan Edwards Treloar, Alfred Ernest Treloar, Josiah Stephen Treloar, Lucinda Treloar, and Rose Jane Treloar Memorial 48/442

TRELOAR, Henry farmer Nairne, died 20/2/1897 Native Valley, formerly Henry Treloar farmer Meadows 1865. His executors were Samuel Henry Treloar farmer Redhill and George PATTINGALE farmer Pt Broughton. He left his estate to trust to pay his wife, 10/- a week for life or so long as she remained his widow, and an annuity of 3/- to his daughter, Susan Grace Treloar. If the widow died or remarried, the estate to be sold once the youngest child had turned 21. The proceeds to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children - Louisa Ann HILL, Henrietta SEARLE, Emilia PATTINGALE, William Joseph Treloar, Jonathan Edward Treloar, Henry Treloar, Alfred Ernest Treloar, Josiah Stephen Treloar, Lucinda Treloar, Rose Jane Treloar. Estate worth £4,800 Application 24182

No 1

TRELOAR, John and Thomas miners Kapunda 1852. John Treloar miner Great Argyle St, Collingwood Vic, died 11/4/1854, of 3 weeks’ pneumonia, aged 25. Born in Cornwall, he had emigrated to SA, and had been in Vic about 2 years. He had married in Melbourne, aged 24, Mary Ann JAMES, possibly daughter of John JAMES of Brunswick St, Collingwood. The Treloars had a baby daughter, called Mary Ann Treloar, aged 3 months, when her father died. Catherine Treloar widow Allendale 1891, was the widow of Thomas Treloar, who died c1875, the other miner mentioned above Application 22102

No 1

TRELOAR, James carpenter Angaston 1853[-1864] Memorial 446/48, Application 5046

TRELOAR, James builder Angaston 1864 Application 5287

TRELOAR, James gentleman Angaston 1880 Application 18082

TRELOAR, Mrs MA widow of the late James Treloar formerly of Angaston but now deceased 1889 Application 21720

TRELOAR, Mary Ann widow Hackney, formerly wife of the late James Treloar carpenter Angaston 1905. Her husband died 7/11/1887. Her youngest child, Arnold Treloar, was born at Angaston on 6/6/1883 Application 24986

No 1

TRELOAR, James 52 miner Broken Hill NSW (Father: James Caddy Treloar) married Honora KENNEDY 54 widow Kapunda (Father: John HOWLEY) on 25/9/1889 St Rose's Presbytery Kapunda. Witnesses: Richard GURRY labourer Fords and Kate MAGUIRE housekeeper Kapunda. Honora Kennedy could not write. She was the widow of Patrick Kennedy farmer Allen Creek, who died 25/5/1888 Kapunda intestate. Estate worth £17 Application 23567

No 1

TRELOAR, James servant Tea Tree Gully 1921 Application 26987

No 1

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4689

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer Strathalbyn 1863 Application 3964

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 42/197

TRELOAR, Jeremiah and Thomas farmers Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 114/203

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer near Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 238/219

TRELOAR, Julia Ann schoolmistress Hay Valley near Nairne nee Julia Ann Turpin and formerly the wife (but now divorced) of Jeremiah Treloar farmer Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 23/314

TRELOAR, Jeremiah landowner Strathalbyn 1881 Application 18723

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1886 Application 20916

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer near Strathalbyn linked with Thomas Treloar gentleman Strathalbyn 1899 Memorial 69/437

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1899 Memorial 217/437

TRELOAR, Jeremiah farmer Strathalbyn, died 30/10/1900 South Tce, Adelaide, of bright's disease and cystitis, aged 66 Application 24182

No 1

TRELOAR, John mining captain Adelaide 1896 Memorial 207/426

TRELOAR, John formerly mining captain Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1897 Memorial 228/432

No 2

TRELOAR, John and Thomas miners Kapunda purchased Section 1568 Hundred of Kapunda 1852 Memorial 123/61

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

TRELOAR, John Harvey manager Piccadilly Rd, Crafers 1972, declared that Kanmantoo Mines Ltd had its registered offices at 360 Collins St, Melbourne Vic Application 29819

No 1

TRELOAR, John Jenkin of Kanmantoo 1850 Memorial 121/28

TRELOAR, John Jenkin farmer Nairne 1855 Memorial 119/85

TRELOAR, John Jenkin yeoman Nairne 1858 Memorial 1/140

TRELOAR, John Jenkin farmer Nairne 1860 Application 1581

TRELOAR, JLS articled law clerk Adelaide 1923 Application 27189

TRELOAR, Josiah Stephen labourer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1920 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

TRELOAR, Kenneth Colin clerk Adelaide 1937 Application 28079

TRELOAR, Samuel farmer Allendale Co Light. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 1

TRELOAR, Samuel Henry farmer Kensington Park. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

TRELOAR, Samuel Henry farmer Kensington Park 1929 Application 27732

TRELOAR, Samuel Henry farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

TRELOAR, Sarah Esther married woman Kooringa 1913 Memorial 179/468

TRELOAR, Sydney business manager Marryatville 1920[-1921] Memorial 141/479

No 1

TRELOAR, Thomas miner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 30/26

TRELOAR, Thomas formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of Vic [probably Castlemaine] 1858 Memorial 194/135

No 2

TRELOAR, Thomas and William farmers Allen Creek near Kapunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 368/66

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Allen Creek linked with William Treloar farmer Sandy Creek 1860 Memorial 261/161

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 129 County Light

TRELOAR, Catherine widow Allendale near Kapunda 1891, widow of Thomas Treloar, who had died c1875 intestate. Their son, William Pascoe Treloar was a mounted constable of Eudunda in 1891. John Treloar, who died 11/4/1854, was apparently a relative of this family [perhaps a brother to Thomas Treloar?] Application 22067

No 3

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1863] Memorial 240/99

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Everard land grant 1872[-1874] Grant Book 56 Page 390 County Stanley

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 435 County Daly

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1878 Application 20169

TRELOAR, Thomas gentleman Strathalbyn 1881[-1899] Memorial 22/333

No 4

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Moolooloo near Gawler 1866 Memorial 164/216

TRELOAR, Thomas farmer Mallala 1866 Memorial 4/243

No 1

TRELOAR, Thomas Henry farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

TRELOAR, Thomas Henry linked with Section 114 Hundred of Kulpara Co Daly 1886[-1888] Memorial 13/379

TRELOAR, WG JP clerk Truro 1915 Memorial 139/474

No 1

TRELOAR, William miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 60/23

TRELOAR, William miner Allen Creek 1853 Enrolment 52/39

TRELOAR, William farmer Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 332/181

TRELOAR, William farmer Allen Creek, died 3/10/1857. He left his mortgaged farm to his sons, Benjamin and Samuel Treloar, provided they paid their mother, Anne Treloar, an annuity for life Application 10397

TRELOAR, William farmer Sandy Creek near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 165/154

TRELOAR, William George Clerk of the District Council of Truro 1936 Application 28045

TRELOAR, William Henry shoemaker Gawler 1857[-1870] Memorial 44/121, Application 11095

TRELOAR, William Joseph of the Hundred of Barndioota Co Blachford 1888 Memorial 213/389

TREGLOHAN, John miner Kooringa 1866 Memorial 116/214

TREGLOAN, Richard contractor Walkerville 1922 Memorial 152/486

TREMAIN, Thomas carter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 177/96

No 1 - FIND CHECK TREMAIN/TREMAINE

TREMAINE, John Henry born 5/3/1859 Hindmarsh Island, the son of John Tremaine farmer and Jane nee GELL Deposit 267/1882

TREMAINE, John Henry farmer Goolwa 1882 Application 19473

TREMAIN, John Henry farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1911 Grant Book 7 Page 52 County Buckingham

No 1

TREMAINE, Maria widow Kapunda, died 30/10/1896. Mother of Thomas Tremaine miner Broken Hill NSW, Rebecca MCARTIN wife of James McArtin butcher Orroroo, William Tremaine miner Broken Hill NSW, and James Tremaine miner Broken Hill NSW. Grandmother of Maria Tremaine daughter of William Tremaine Memorial 112/431

TREMAINE, Rebecca spinster Kapunda 1880[-1882] Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

No 1

TREMAINE, Thomas farmer Pekina 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 219 County Dalhousie

TREMAINE, Thomas farmer and butcher Orroroo 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 300 County Dalhousie

TREMAINE, Thomas and William Henry Buckingham Tremain farmers and butchers Orroroo 1882 Memorial 121/345

TREMAINE, Thomas butcher Orroroo Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

No 1 - probably the same person

TREMAINE, William miner North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 211/20

TREMAYNE, William of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 15/64

TREMAINE, William licensed victualler Kapunda 1854[-1859] Memorial 296/65

TREMAINE, William miner Kapunda 1854[-1874] Memorial 21/67

TREMAINE, William miner Kapunda, father of Thomas Tremaine no description 1861 Memorial 299/178

TREMAINE, William miner North Kapunda 1854 Memorial 290/73

TREMAINE, William licensed victualler Kapunda 1859 Memorial 42/173

No 2

TREMAINE, William farmer Currency Creek 1855 Memorial 23/233

TREMAINE, William farmer Hindmarsh Island Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1857[-1862] Grant Book 37 Page 10 County Hindmarsh

TREMAINE, William farmer Hindmarsh Island 1866 Memorial 222/214

No 1

TREMAINE, William Henry farmer Orroroo 1881 Memorial 80/333

TREMAINE, William Henry and TREMAINE, Thomas butchers Orroroo, bankrupt by September 1883. Creditors’ meeting on 29/8/1883 Application 21699

No 1

TREMAINE, William Henry Buckingham of Kapunda 1862 Memorial 310/180

TREMAINE, William Henry Buckingham formerly of Kapunda 1862 but now farmer Pekina 1875 Application 14251

TREMAINE, William Henry butcher Orroroo trustee Orroroo Institute 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

TREMAINE, William Henry farmer and butcher Orroroo 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 300 County Dalhousie

TREMAINE, William Henry Buckingham butcher Orroroo 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 225 County Dalhousie

TREMAINE, William Henry Buckingham butcher Orroroo Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

TREMBATH, HJ of Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 197/331

No 1

TREMBATH, James Henry gentleman Adelaide about to marry Amelia POMERY widow Adelaide relict of the late Richard Pomery 1878 Memorial 11/318

TREMBATH, James Henry gentleman Adelaide (Gilbert St) and Amelia Trembath his wife 1879 Memorial 181/318

TREMBATH, Amelia widow Ketchowla, died 10/1/1888, of natural causes, aged 70 Application 21371

TREMBATH, Thomas teamster York 1912 Application 26135

No 1

TREMBATH, William of Kadina 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 244 County Daly

TREMBATH, William James storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

TREMBATH, William James civil service clerk Pt Augusta 1884

Application 20383

TREMBATH, William James official receiver for the local court of insolvency Pt Augusta 1886[-1892] Memorial 59/379

TREMELLEN, William John dealer Brompton 1909 Memorial 146/460

TREMEWEN, William Doble railway porter Gawler West 1871[-1874] Memorial 102/253

TREMELLIN, Thomas of Cross Roads, Moonta Mines 1871 Memorial 9/256

No 1

TREMETHICK, Edwin of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 191/23

TREMETHICK, Edwin miner Kapunda 1853 Memorial 442/46

TREMETHICK, Edwin miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Creswick Creek Vic 1861 Memorial 181/178

TREMLETT, Clarence Henry farmer Sheaoak Log 1896 Application 23199

No 1

TREMLETT, Daniel farmer Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 340/120

TREMLETT, Daniel farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 101/137

TREMLETT, Daniel farmer Sheaoak Log, died 1910. His children included Clarence Henry Tremlett farmer Sheaoak Log, and Emma Mary and Lucy Martha Tremlett spinsters Sheaoak Log 1910 Application 25783

TREMLETT, Francis gentleman Hackham 1879 Memorial 72/315

No 1

TREMLETT, James farmer Eden Valley 1884 Memorial 153/364

TREMLETT, James farmer formerly of Eden Valley but now of Angas Valley 1899 Memorial 217/438

TRENAMAN, Jessie Alberta married woman Adelaide 1898[-1899] Memorial 137/434

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TRENAMAN, Thomas miner Willunga 1853 Memorial 115/54

TRENAMAN, Thomas yeoman Willunga 1854 Memorial 345/69

TRENAMAN, Thomas quarryman Willunga 1854[-1855] Memorial 148/71

TRENAMAN, Thomas storekeeper Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 213/186

TRENAMAN, Thomas bailiff Pt Elliot 1872 Application 20381

TRENAMAN, Thomas formerly butcher Willunga now out of business Rundle St, Adelaide 1902 Application 24399

No 1

TRENBERTH, Charles linked with Section 1115 Hundred of Wallaroo Co Daly 1896[-1903] Memorial 5/428

TRENBERTH, Charles farmer Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 94 County Daly

TRENBERTH, Richard farmer Hundred of Townsend 1894 Memorial 89/422

No 1

TRENBERTH, William farmer Boors Plains Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

TRENBERTH, William farmer Kadina. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 213 County Daly

No 1

TRENBERTH, William publican Governor Hindmarsh Hotel, Port Road, Bowden 1882 Memorial 97/346

TRENCHARD, Edward stock and station merchant formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 144/408

TRENEAR, David blocker Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 16 County Adelaide

TRENERRY, James painter Kapunda 1870 Memorial 216/251

No 1

TRENERRY, William butcher Adelaide (Franklin St) 1879 Memorial 40/320

TRENERRY, William butcher Adelaide (Franklin St), died 11/5/1887. Trustee Joseph BOASE died 20/3/1898 Memorial 142/435

No 1

TRENGOVE, Arthur Martin clergyman formerly of Laura but now of Maylands 1933 Methodist minister formerly of Mt Barker but now of Glenelg 1935 Memorials 52/507 & 62/509

TRENGOVE, Arthur Martin Minister of Religion Glenelg, died 12/3/1936 Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, of mitral stenosis, aged 56. Born at Manoora, he had married aged 28 and had 1 son and 1 daughter living 1939 Application 28213

TRENGOVE, Frederick farmer Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

No 1

TRENGOVE, James miner Kadina Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

TRENGOVE, James farmer Bute trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

TRENGOVE, John carrier Broughton Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TRENGOVE, Samuel miner Morphettville 1853 Memorial 38/62

TRENGOVE, Samuel farmer Morphett Vale 1855[-1858] Memorial 443/79

TRENGOVE, William Albert stationmaster Pt Broughton 1889 Memorial 80/397

TRENGROVE, William railway porter Redruth 1898 Application 23676

TRENGOVE, William Nathaniel farmer Bute trustee Institute Bute 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 400 County Daly

TRENHAM, Wilson labourer Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1903 Grant Book 2 Page 14 County Adelaide

TRENNSE, Nicholas sheep farmer Pt Gawler 1851 Memorial 52/29 Shepherd Norwood 1851[-1852] Memorial 14/30

TRENORDEN, Charles Howard and Stanley Gladstone Trenorden gardeners Summertown 1949 Memorial 106/524

TRENORDEN, Elizabeth Jessie widow Summertown 1934 Application 27946

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TRENORDEN, James farmer The Tiers 1852[-1864] Memorial 471/42

TRENORDEN, James gardener Tregarthen near Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

TRENORDEN, James the Elder gardener Tregarthen New Tiers and Jane Trenorden his wife parents of William Trenorden gardener Tregarthen (husband of Elizabeth Ann Trenorden) and James Trenorden the Younger gardener Tregarthen (husband of Eleanor Trenorden) 1874 Memorials 193 & 194/279

TRENORDEN, James the Elder and Younger gardeners Tregarthen New Tiers near Mt Lofty 1884 Memorial 148/357

TRENORDEN, James farmer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 96/83

TRENORDEN, James the Younger gardener New Tiers near Mt Lofty and Eleanor Trenorden his wife 1919. Parents of Francis and James Frederick Trenorden gardeners Tregarthen near Mt Lofty Application 26797

No 1

TRENORDEN, William died 28/3/1890. His widow, Elizabeth Ann Trenorden, died 2/4/1920. Parents of Robert James Trenorden driver 1 Wadham St, Brompton Park and William Trenorden the Younger gardener Ashton as of 1921 Memorial 149/483

TRENORDEN, William gardener Summertown, died 29/3/1890 intestate. His estate worth £250. Letters of administration to his widow Elizabeth Ann Trenorden, who died 2/4/1920. The Trenordens had four children in their family - Sarah Jane THOMAS (who died 14/12/1914), Mary Emma FISHER, Charles William Trenorden and Robert James Trenorden (the eldest son) Application 27946

No 2

TRENORDEN, William gardener Ashton 1921 Memorial 149/483

TRENORDEN, William gardener Norton Summit, died 25/8/1922 Ashton. Husband of Lucy Jane Trenorden. Father of Ernest Frank Trenorden wholesale fruiterer Ashton, and Mabel Elizabeth Trenorden Memorial 200/486

No 1

TRENOUTH, George gardener Unley 1854[-1859] Memorial 7/75

TRENOUTH, George gentleman Unley and TRENOUTH, Richard Coad mason Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1479

TRENOUTH, Richard farmer Unley 1855 Memorial 198/96

No 1

TRENOUTH, Richard Coad mason Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 282/73

TRENOUTH, Richard Coad mason Strathalbyn 1859 Application 1038

TRENOUTH, Thomas farmer Reedbeds 1850[-1851] Memorial 108/31 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1851 Memorial 2/49

TRENOUTH, William stone mason Adelaide 1849 Memorial 385/14

No 1

TRENOWTH, Charles of Bowden linked with Thomas Trenowth farmer Waitpinga 1857 Memorial 165/119

TRENOWTH, Charles formerly of Bowden but now farmer Long Gully near Bendigo Vic 1859 Memorial 6/156

TRENOWTH, John storekeeper First White Hill, Bendigo Vic signed a document at Bowden for George HINCHLIFFE. Did J Trenowth originally come from SA? 1855 Memorial 92/87

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TRENOWTH, Thomas labourer Hindmarsh 1848 Application 3458

TRENOWTH, Thomas farmer Bowden 1853[-1857] Memorial 408/60 Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1857 Memorial 21/119 Farmer Waitpinga 1857 Memorial 165/119 Links with Charles Trenowth of Bowden 1857 Memorial 165/119

TRENOWDEN, Leonard Roy railway employee formerly of 7 Twentieth St, Gawler South but now of Rendelsham 1954 Memorial 110/529

TRENOWETH, Herbert carter Mitcham and Elizabeth Ann Trenoweth his wife 1898 Application 23554

No 1

TRENOWETH, John farmer Woodside 1851[-1855] Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 21/73

TRENOWETH, John sawyer Onkaparinga Woodside Wesleyan Methodist Glebe Land (Land grant 16/8/1851 Section 5029a Hundred of Onkaparinga) foundation trustee, died 1/10/1855, of strangulated inquinal hernia, aged 30. His uncle, James Tonkin butcher and farmer Inverbrackie, advised of the death Application 19964

TRENOWETH, Grace widow Woodside relict of the late John Trenoweth formerly of Woodside now deceased and mother of William Trenoweth farmer Woodside 1879 Memorial 20/319

TRENOWETH, grace 49 widow Woodside (Father; Charles Thomas Trenoweth) m 2/10/1879 Wesleyan Parsonage Glenelg, Robert HAY 42 farmer Yacka (Father; James Hay) Deposit 4/1913

TRENOWETH, William no occupation Modbury 1914 Application 26368

TRENTER, Alexander Thomas carpenter Murray Bridge Co Sturt. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 99 County Buckingham

No 1

TRENTER, Harold carpenter Robe 1865 Memorial 246/200

TRENTER, Harold carpenter Kincraig 1868 Memorial 237/232

TRENTER, Harold carpenter Narracoorte 1878 Memorial 82/316

TRENWITH, George carter Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

No 1

TRENWITH, John farmer Fifth Creek 1855[-1858] Memorial 368/93

TRENWITH, John farmer Fifth Creek 1858 Memorial 45/137

No 1

TRENWITH, Thomas the Younger and George miners Adelaide 1852[-1853]. Bought land grant Section 833 H of Onkaparinga 1852 and went to live there by 1855 Enrolment 57/48

TRENWITH, Thomas and George miners formerly of Adelaide but now of Section 833 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 336/82

TRENWITH, Thomas engine driver Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

TRENWITH, Thomas the Younger farmer near Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

TRENWITH, William farmer Payneham 1856 Memorial 173/107

TRERERTON, Francis miner Kapunda 1864 Memorial 305/196

No 1

TRESCOWTHICK, Edwin Elisha gardener Angaston 1896 Application 23054

TRESCOWTHICK, Edwin Elisha orchardist Angaston 1909 Memorial 65/462

No 1

TRESCOWTHICK, James farmer Angaston 1854 Memorial 282/77

TRESCOWTHICK, James farmer Mexican Vale near Angaston 1882 Application 19202 Mexican Vale may be in the vicinity of Sections 429, 430 Hundred of Moorooroo.

TRESCOWTHICK, James gardener Angaston, died 4/9/1894 Memorial 19/461

TRESCOWTHICK, JC librarian Angaston 1921 Memorial 58/484

TRESCOWTHICK, John Wellington orchardist Angaston 1912 Application 26136

No 1

TRESILIAN, Robert farmer Light River 1850 Memorial 264/36

TRESILIAN, Robert farmer formerly of the Light River but now of Gundagai NSW 1855 Thomas Tresilian mentioned no description Memorial 75/92 Stockholder Gundagai NSW 1857 Memorial 191/127

No 1
TRESISE, Charles Bible Christian Minister Robe S-E 1868 Memorial 5/231

TRESISE, Charles Bible Christian Minister Millicent 1878 Memorial 21/315

TRESISE, Charles Bible Christian minister Bowden 1893 Memorial 215/421

TRESISE, C Wesleyan minister Orroroo 1901 Memorial 22/442

TREZISE, Alfred butcher Moonta 1887[-1889] Memorial 119/384

No 1

TREZISE, Francis miner Burra Mine 1848[-1859] Memorial 26/14

TREZISE, Francis farmer White Hut 1861 Memorial 167/180

No 2

TREZISE, Francis of Clare 1850 Memorial 127/28

TREZISE, Francis farmer Clare 1853[-1895] Memorial 460/52

No 3

TREZISE, Francis farmer near Spalding 1895 Memorial 51/425

No 1

TREZISE, Sidney railway station master Kingston S-E 1925 Memorial 97/494

TREZISE, Sydney railway station master formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Pt Elliot 1935 Memorial 177/508

No 1

TRESTRAIL, Albert Edwin farmer Trevale near Williamstown linked with James Trestrail storeman Gawler 1883 Memorial 116/350

TRESTRAIL, Albert Edwin apiarist Williamstown 1905 Memorial 18/453, Application 24977

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Barossa Survey 1851 Memorial 279/37

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Trevale. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1857[-1858] Grant Book 1 Page 186 County Adelaide

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Trevale Hundred of Barossa 1859 Memorial 181/151

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Williamstown 1859 Williamstown Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 58/161

TRESTRAIL, James clerk to the District Council of Mt Crawford 1865 Memorial 175/203

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Trevale near Williamstown 1867 Application 8349

TRESTRAIL, James farmer Trevale near Williamstown 1870 Application 10849

TRESTRAIL, James the Elder farmer Trevale near Williamstown, died 21/12/1882. Husband of Mary Trestrail. Executors: His sons James Trestrail the Younger storeman Gawler and Albert Edwin Trestrail farmer Trevale . Other children included Eva Emma Louisa Trestrail and Frederick William Trestrail Memorials 112 & 116/350

No 1

TRESTRAIL, John mine agent Barossa 1849 Memorial 77/16

No 2

TRESTRAIL, John farmer Clare 1854[-1856] Memorial 336/75

TRESTRAIL, John of Rose Dale [near Clare??] 1854 Memorial 162/76

TRESTRAIL, John farmer Skillogolee Creek Hundred of Clare land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 38 County Stanley

TRESTRAIL, John farmer formerly of Clare 1854 but now of Penwortham 1865 Application 6562

No 1

TRESTRAIL, Joseph farmer Clare 1902 Memorial 146/446

TRESTRAIL, Joseph farmer Penwortham 1912 Memorial 57/485

TRESTRAIL, Thomas Wesleyan minister Teetulpa trustee with others Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

TRETHEWAY, Frederick William Newbold farmer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island and Lily Tretheway his wife 1914[-1935] Grant Book 11 Page 5 County Carnarvon. Farm labourer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Haines land grant 1945 Grant Book 11 Page 127 County Carnarvon

No 1

TRETHEWAY, John farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1896[-1908] Grant Book 11 Page 4 County Carnarvon

TRETHEWAY, John farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1897 Memorial 119/431

No 1

TRETHEWAY, Samuel miner Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 110/149

TRETHEWAY, Samuel miner formerly of Strathalbyn 1858 now of Callington on the Bremer 1863 Application 4630

TRETHOWAN, William miner Gawler South 1880 Memorial 189/320

TREVAILL, James builder Ovingham 1882 Memorial 143/339

No 1

TREVAILL, Thomas James carrier Ovingham 1909 Memorial 8/462

TREVAILL, Thomas James carrier Ovingham 1914 Application 26309

TREVAILL, Thomas James formerly carrier Ovingham but now stockdealer Glenelg 1922 Application 27054

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TREVAIL, Thomas James grazier Roonka Blanchetown 1933 Memorial 172/506

TREVAILL, Thomas James grazier Adelaide (144 South Tce) 1937 Memorial 130/511

TREVAILL, Thomas James grazier Glenelg 1940 Memorial 57/515

TREVAILL, Thomas James grazier formerly of Glenelg but now of 395 The Esplanade, Henley Beach 1954 Memorial 56/529

No 1

TREVAN, John miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 355/47

TREVAN, John miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Creswick Creek Vic 1858 Memorial 153/142

No 1

TREVANION, Henry butcher Payneham 1852 Memorial 247/40

TREVANION, Henry butcher Marden 1856 Memorial 201/107

TREVANION, William Andrew butcher Payneham 1858 Memorial 131/140

No 1

TREVASKIS, Henry miner North Kapunda 1849 Memorial 246/19

TREVASKIS, Henry miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 196/100

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TREVASKIS, Henry storekeeper Kapunda 1859 Enrolment 17/24

TREVASKIS, Henry storkeeper Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

TREVASKIS, Henry storekeeper Kapunda, died 5/1/1868 from exudation on the brain, aged 43 Application 14752

TREVASKIS, Henry of Kapunda - Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee - had died by 1875 Application 14751

No 3

TREVASKIS, Henry bootmaker Adelaide (Pt TA 78 Hindley St) 1877[-1884] Memorial 191/299

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TREVASKIS, John of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 61/286

TREVASKIS, John and William Pooley Trevaskis farmers Little Para 1848 Memorial 227/12

No 2

TREVASKIS, John farmer Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 127/384

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TREVASKIS, John Henry of Kapunda 1876 Memorial 174/288

TREVASKIS, John Henry draper Adelaide (Pt TA 85 131 Rundle St) 1895 Memorial 59/426

TREVASKIS, William miner Para Plains Co Light 1847 Memorial 408/8

No 1

TREVASKIS, William Pooley farmer the Little Para, a son of John Trevaskis farmer Little Para 1848 Application 27589

TREVASKIS, William Pooley farmer Para Plains 1850 Memorial 102/23 Farmer Para River 1854[-1855] Memorial 350/65

TREVASKIS, William Pooley farmer Salisbury 1855[-1856] Memorial 382/89

TREVASKIS, William Pooley farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 144/177

TREVASKIS, William Pooley farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Munthano Vic 1863 Application 3874

No 1

TREVEAN, Joseph miner Adelaide 1848 Memorial 143/13

TREVEAN, Joseph miner Burra Burra Mines 1848[-1850] Memorial 308/13

TREVELION, George carpenter North Adelaide 1853[-1860] Memorial 90/47

TREVELION, George Jacob builder and undertaker Norwood 1896 Memorial 220/427

No 1

TREVELYAN, George miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 201/138

TREVELYAN, George miner Copperhouse, died 19/10/1863. Husband of Hannah COOMBE widow Broken Hill NSW (relict of the late Frederick James Coombe) 1913. Father of Hannah Maria DIPLOCK married woman Broken Hill NSW 1913. Estate worth £50 Memorial 186/468

No 1

TREVENA, John Henry labourer Kapunda and Mary Jane Trevena his wife 1899 Application 23833

TREVENA, John Henry farmer Kapunda 1900. He had lived near Kapunda since 1860 Application 24088

No 1

TREVENA, Walter gentleman Bowden 1852 Memorial 120/44

TREVENA, Walter miner Bowden 1854 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 359/67

TREVENA, Walter farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6176

TREVENA, Walter farmer Kapunda, died in 1876. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Trevena, for life, then to his son, John Henry Trevena, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 201/293

TREVENA, Walter farmer Kapunda, died 21/7/1876. He left his £300 estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Trevena, to use during her lifetime or until her remarriage, then the estate to be sold. £50 to each of his sons, William, Henry and Thomas Trevena, while the rest of the estate to be divided between his sons John Henry Trevena and Walter Hutchance Trevena farmer Hawker Creek near Kapunda. They had to give their sister, Harriet Trevena, a decent home for as long as she needed it Application 25325

TREVENA, Walter farmer Kapunda, died 21/7/1876. Husband of Elizabeth Trevena, who was still in Kapunda by 1885 Memorials 34 & 35/371

TREVENA, Elizabeth widow Hawkers Creek near Kapunda, power of attorney to Frederick Bagot OLDHAM land broker Kapunda, to manage his SA business affairs 9/2/1886 Deposit 20/1886

TREVENA, Elizabeth widow Kapunda linked with Walter Hutchin/Hutchance Trevena farmer Hawkers Creek near Kapunda 1887 Memorial 232/382

No 2

TREVENA, Walter labourer Brownhill Creek 1857 Memorial 238/122

No 1

TREVENA, Walter Hutchin farmer Hawkers Creek near Kapunda 1897 Memorial 74/430

TREVENA, Walter Hutchin (or Hutchance) farmer Hawkers Creek near Kapunda 1902 Memorial 140/446

No 1

TREVENA, William well digger Adelaide 1839. He could not write Application 22490

TREVENA, William miner Adelaide 1840 Memorial 76/380

TREVENA, William of North Kapunda 1850[-1853] Memorial 212/20

TREVENA, William of Ross Creek near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 133/114

TREVENA, William farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

TREVENA, William formerly miner Kapunda 1853 but now farmer Hawker Creek 1869 Application 9834

TREVENA, William farmer Hawker Creek near Kapunda 1877 Memorial 94/297

TREVENA, William farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751

TREVENA, William formerly miner Adelaide 1840 then miner then gentleman Kapunda, died c1891 Kapunda. Father of John Henry Trevena, William Thomas Trevena and George Robert Trevena farmers Kapunda. William Trevena the Elder left Islington real estate to his daughters, Caroline Trevena spinster Kapunda, Ellen RENFREY wife of John Renfrey miner Mutooroo, Emma WYLLIE wife of William Boyd WYLLIE dairyman Two Wells, and Mary Ann RUSSELL wife of Thomas Kossuth Russell marble worker Kapunda Applications 22379 & 22380

No 1

TREVENA, William Thomas the Younger farmer Kapunda 1875 Application 14751

TREVENA, William Thomas the Younger farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 Application 14752

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TREVENEN, Henry of Glenelg 1853[-1860] Memorial 391/51

TREVENEN, Henry ironmonger Adelaide, had died by 1880 Application 18326

No 2

TREVENEN, Henry butcher Marden 1854[-1857] Memorial 291/79

TREVENEN, Henry butcher Marden. Father of Jane Trevenen spinster Payneham 1861 Memorial 213/174

TREVENEN, Henry butcher Marden near Hectorville 1876 Application 15116

TREVENEN, Henry gentleman Marden, died c1879. He left his entire estate in various complicated trusts to his surviving children - Jane Trevenen spinster Marden and Eliza PITT wife of John Pitt of Marden. The testator's son, William Andrew Trevenen, died during his father's lifetime Memorial 35/323

TREVENEN, Jane spinster Marden 1880 Application 18326

No 1 - son of Henry Trevenen

TREVENEN, William Andrew Member East Torrens Equitable Building & Investment Society 1858 Application 22543

TREVENEN, William Andrew gardener Marden 1873 Memorial 130/264

TREVENEN, William Andrew butcher Marden 1874[-1883] Memorial 192/278

TREVENEN, William Andrew butcher Payneham, died 2/11/1878. His widow, Margaret Howard Trevenen, still lived at Payneham in 1905 Memorial 71/453

TREVENEN, William Andrew butcher Payneham, died 2/11/1878. Son of Henry Trevenen gentleman Marden. Husband of Margaret Howard Trevenen of Payneham. Family of William and Margaret Trevenen included: Edith Howard Trevenen spinster Payneham, William Andrew Trevenen butcher Niagra WA, Margaret Howard JOHNS wife of WIliam Johns Adelaide, Henry Trevenen butcher Payneham, Mabel Mary Trevenen, Grace Howard Trevenen and Dora Jane Trevenen spinsters Payneham, and Frank Birt Trevenen ironmonger Payneham Application 23486

TREVENEN, Margaret Howard widow Glynde near Payneham 1898[-1908] Memorial 188/436

TREVENEN, Margaret Howard widow Payneham 1919 Application 26826

No 1

TREVERTON, Francis miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 320/163

TREVERTON, Francis miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1864 Application 5077

TREVERTON, Francis formerly miner 1860 but now baker Kapunda 1866 Application 7408

No 1

TREVETT, Edward master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Memorial 84/301, Application 16097

TREVETT, Edward master mariner Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 20058

TREVILIAN, George carpenter Adelaide 1868 Application 9572

No 1

TREVILLIAN, John miner Cootelary (possibly in the Hundred of Stanley) 1851 Memorial 85/32

TREVILLIAN, John farmer Armagh near Clare 1868[-1869] Memorial 189/232

TREVILLIAN, Thomas farmer Armagh Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

No 1

TREVITHICK, John and Richard miners Moonta Mines 1891 Memorial 190/472

TREVITHICK, Richard formerly miner Moonta Mines 1871 now storeman Pt Pirie by 1890 Application 27540

No 1

TREVOR, Edward John sheep farmer Big Swamp Station near Pt Lincoln 1867 Memorial 4/226

TREVOR, Edward John sheep farmer Big Swamp Station near Pt Lincoln, died 1872 intestate Memorial 224/263

No 1

TREVORAH, Henry saddler Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

TREVORAH, Anne widow Franklin Harbour 1897 Memorial 140/430

No 2

TREVORAH, Henry commercial traveller Norwood 1911 Application 25936

TREVORAH, William Tuohy bookbinder Cowell Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

TREVORROW, Herbert John Mt Gambier Methodist Church Circuit Secretary c/- Elder Smith's Buildings Mt Gambie, died 10/6/1961

Application 29741

TREVORROW, John Edgar accountant Mt Gambier 1934 Application 28686

TREVORROW, John Hosking minister Mt Gambier 1885 Grant Book 7 Page 44 County Buckingham

TREW, Henry licensed victualler Strathalbyn, 10-year lease of the Robin Hood Inn Strathalbyn at £273 a year to Stephen HALL farmer Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 144/228

TREW, Henry James farmer Adelaide Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

TREW, Mortimer stockholder Tatiara District 1869 Memorial 172/236

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TREWARTHA, Elisha of Helston, Co Light 1852[-1853] Memorial 128/43

TREWARTHA, Elisha miner Kapunda 1856[-1877] Memorial 326/99 Kapunda Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1860 Enrolment 33/42

TREWARTHA, Elisha miner near Kapunda 1872 Application 12029

TREWARTHA, Elisha miner Kapunda 1885 Memorial 162/368

TREWARTHA, Elisha the Elder Esquire Kapunda 1896 Application 23066

TREWARTHA, Elisha the Elder of Kapunda, died 1898. Father of Mary IVEY wife of Thomas Ivey the Younger blacksmith formerly of Kapunda but now of Broken Hill NSW 1905 and Jane THOMAS wife of Richard Thomas dairyman Kapunda (she could not write) Application 25005

TREWARTHA, Elisha the Younger contractor Kapunda 1896 Application 23066

TREWARTHA, Elisha the Younger contractor Kapunda for many years prior to 1926 Application 29151

TREWARTHA, Elizabeth widow of Elisha Trewartha the Elder of Gundry's Hill Kapunda, died 16/12/1900, of general debility, aged 86 Application 25005

TREWARTHA, Herbert Tyley bootmaker Kapunda 1905 Application 25005

No 1

TREWARTHA, James gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 308/12

TREWARTHA, James mineral agent Adelaide 1850 Memorial 291/24

TREWARTHA, James mine assayer Adelaide had an interest in the Cornish Tavern Rundle St Adelaide 1851 Memorial 19/37

TREWARTHA, John farmer Kapunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

TREWARTHA, Samuel farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

TREWARTHA, William out of business Mannum 1955 Memorial 38/530

TREWEEK, Samuel stationman Hay Valley near Nairne 1883 Memorial 139/441

TREWEEKS, John of Enfield 1854 Memorial 229/65

TREWENACK, Edward grocer William St, Norwood and Sophia Trewenack his wife 1910 Application 25830

No 1

TREWENACK, John blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 26/85

TREWENACK, John blacksmith Adelaide became a bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 74/149

TREWENACK, John and Samuel Caddy blacksmiths Pt Augusta Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 572 County Frome

TREWENACK, John gentleman Norwood, power of attorney to his son, William Henry Trewenack assayer Norwood, to manage his SA business affairs 29/12/1882 Deposit 158/1883

TREWENACK, John gentleman Norwood, died 28/8/1891. Estate worth £2,100. Father of William Henry Trewenack formerly blacksmith Pt Augusta but now general mine manager Sunny Corner NSW Memorial 227/410

No 2

TREWENACK, John miner Yudnamutana Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1868 Grant Book 37 Page 250 County Hindmarsh

No 3

TREWENACK, John potter Magill, died c1889. Husband of Elizabeth Trewenack, Probably father of John Henry Thomas Trewenack potter Magill. The Trewenack Pottery Works stood on 3 acres of Pt Section 2283 Co Adelaide. Elizabeth Trewenack had a life interest in the business Memorial 113/398

No 1

TREWENACK, John Henry potter Magill 1853[-1881] Memorial 209/53, Application 18610

TREWENACK, John Henry potter Magill, died 9/4/1883. Husband of Elizabeth Trewenack. Their family consisted of - John Henry Trewenack, Emily Jane Trewenack, Rosa Bertha Trewenack, Elizabeth Ann PAPPIN wie of Edward Oakes PAPPIN, Esther Laura Trewenack (a minor). Was Samuel Caddy Trewenack gentleman Gilberton a brother to the late JH Trewenack?? 1889 Application 21566

TREWENACK, John Henry the Elder potter Magill, died 9/4/1883. His estate worth £1,000. His widow, Elizabeth Trewenack, died 18/10/1906 of cardiac syncope, aged 75. Daughter Emily Jane Trewenack 30 spinster Corryton, married Alexander FERGUSSON 37 bachelor stock agent Adelaide (Father: Alexander Fergusson) on 30/3/1896 St George Woodforde. Minister: Alfred Honner. Witnesses: Hester Laura Trewenack Hackney and Arthur Edward Bertram PAPPIN student Kensington. Daughter Laura Heuter Trewenack 27 spinster Magill married John SOCKE 35 widower butcher North Adelaide (Father: John Socke) on 24/2/1898 Mr Trewenack's home, Magill. Minister: Alfred Honner. Witnesses: Celia MCDONALD of 172 Jeffcott St, North Adelaide and John Henry Trewenack the Younger potter Magill Application 25836

TREWENACK, Elizabeth widow Magill 1905 Application 25029

No 1

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy blacksmith Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 121/195

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman Pt Augusta, declared a bankrupt in 1878 Memorial 30/344

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 112/337

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Gilberton 1882 Memorial 111/344

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy blacksmith Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 135/393

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman Gilberton and Harriett Trewenack his wife 1889 Memorial 40/397

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman Gilberton, and Harriet Trewenack his wife, nee Harriet NICHOLLS. Harriet Trewenack died c1892. She left her estate to her daughter, Rosetta Elizabeth Trewenack, born 16/9/1872 Application 26462

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy formerly blacksmith Pt Augusta but now out of busines Gilberton 1896 Memorial 194/428

TREWENACK, Samuel Caddy gentleman formerly of Gilberton but now of Woollarah NSW 1910 Application 25836

TREWENACK, Simon James wheelwright Home Park (Pt Section 343 Survey B) 1857[-1862] [Home Park now forms part of Magill Memorial 213/127

No 1

TREWENACK, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1872 Memorial 237/262

TREWENACK, Thomas timber merchant Medindie 1880 Memorial 149/322

No 1

TREWENACK, William cattle owner The Wakefield 1853 Memorial 476/48

TREWENACK, William farmer Wakefield 1853 Memorial 440/59

TREWENACK, William farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1854[-1855] Memorial 271/72

TREWENACK, William farmer Section 254 Hundred of Uppper Wakefield 1855[-1857] Memorial 307/95

TREWENACK, William farmer Valley Field Farm Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 311/122

TREWENACK, William farmer Watervale 1857 Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

TREWENACK, William storekeeper Watervale 1871 Memorial 150/256

No 1

TREWENACK, William Henry assayer Norwood 1883 Memorial 204/350

TREWENACK, William Henry metallurgist Adelaide 1887 Memorial 225/386

No 1

TREWIN, James Bible Christian minister Yankalilla 1878 Memorial 141/326

TREWIN, J Bible Christian minister Stirling East 1889 Memorial 141/396

No 1

TREZISE, Francis miner Burra Mine 1849 Memorial 26/14 Carpenter Burra 1851 Memorial 452/28

TREZISE, Francis farmer Clare 1853[-1860] Memorial 460/52

TREZISE, Francis farmer White Hut near Clare 1861 Memorial 167/180

TREZISE, Martin miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 34/115

No 1

TREZONA, Richard Thomas chemist and druggist Pt Pirie and Florence Trezona his wife 1898[-1899] Memorial 113/436

TREZONA, Richard Thomas chemist and druggist Adelaide and Florence Trezona his wife 1906 Memorial 156/454

TRIBBLE, WH labourer Gumeracha 1866 Memorial 234/212

No 1

TRIBE, Albert brewer Melbourne Vic about to marry Cordelia Augusta Gordon GWYNNE spinster Payneham 1896. The Albert Tribes lived in Toorak near Melbourne by 1900 Memorials 82 & 101/442

TRIBE, Albert brewer Melbourne Vic, and Cordelia GWYNNE spinster Payneham about to marry. He had three life insurance policies worth £2,000, with the Equitable Life Insurance Society of the USA, the NMLA and AMP, and she had real estate from her father, Mr Justice EC Gwynne. They settled their assets on the survivor in trust for life, with the proceeds going to the children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 19/8/1896 Enrolment 7/55

TRIBE, William builder Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 424/18

TRIGER, John of North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 201/33

TRIGG, Henry gentleman Perth WA, died. Father of Mary Ann Trigg and father-in-law of Mary Ann Trigg widow of his late son, Stephen Trigg. Stephen Trigg's daughter, Amelia Eliza Trigg, was the wife of Bernard Vincent SCRYMGOUR accountant Adelaide 1901 Memorial 56/443

TRIGG, Henry Stirling gentleman Henley Beach 1917 Application 26599

TRIGG, John shoemaker Pt Elliot 1857[-1883] Memorial 113/124, Application 19939

No 1

TRIGG, John William carpenter Pt Elliot 1920 Memorial 160/481

TRIGG, John William carpenter Pt Elliot 1909 Application 25656.

TRIGG, John William boarding house keeper Pt Elliot, aged 62 year in 1924, declared that he had lived in Pt Elliot for 50 years Application 27268

TRIGG, John William out-of-business Pt Elliot 1951, declared that he had lived in the town c90 years Application 28800

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TRIGG, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 308/25 Pt Elliot land purchase 1853 Memorials 12-13/55

TRIGG, Samuel carpenter formerly of North Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 278/78

TRIGG, Samuel builder Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9494

TRIGG, Samuel builder Pt Elliot 1879 Memorial 45/318

TRIGG, Samuel the Younger carpenter Pt Elliot 1881 Application 18941

TRIGG, Samuel the Younger builder Pt Elliot 1883 Application 19257

TRIGG, Ann widow Pt Elliot linked with John William Trigg carpenter Pt Elliot, Ebenezer Trigg carpenter Mt Barker, and Samuel Trigg carpenter Broken Hill NSW 1902 Memorial 74/447

TRIGGER, James labourer Kensington 1852[-1853] Memorial 369/40

TRIGGS, Ebenezer farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 129/128

TRIGGS, EV managing law clerk Kooringa 1926 Memorial 108/495

TRIGGS, George Thomas farmer Prospect Hill near Meadows 1898 Memorial 247/435

TRIHEY, Nicholas dairyman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 196/358

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

TRIHEY, Timothy servant North Adelaide and Ellen Trihey his wife formerly Ellen GERAGHTY 1859 Memorial 114/158

TRIHEY, Timothy coachman Mitcham 1882 Memorial 119/337

TRIHEY, Timothy gardener Unley Park 1908 Memorial 59/460

No 1

TRILLER, Johann Gottlob farmer and gardener near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 280/141

TRILLER, Johann Gottlob of Greenock Creek 1860 Application 1664

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TRILLING, Albert draper Norwood 1855 Memorial 431/94

TRILLING, Albert farmer Woodlands 1868 Memorial 199/230

TRILLING, Albert farmer near Sevenhill 1865 Application 6296

TRILLING, Albert farmer Bulor near Sevenhill 1868 Memorial 86/248

TRILLING, Albert miller Jamestown. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Belalie Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

TRILLING, Albert miller Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

No 1 - test for run FIND - FROM MY INFO

TRIMMER, Alexander shopkeeper Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1858 Grant Book 66 Page 58 County Frome

TRIMMER, Alexander storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1862 Memorial 155/196

TRIMMER, Alexander gentleman Kensington, about to reside in parts beyond the sea for some time, power of attorney to Charles LYONS and Charles LEADER land agents and Alexander George DOWNER solicitor Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of his late uncle, Edmund JS Trimmer 22/5/1882 Deposit 107/1882

No 1

TRIMMER, Edmund of Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Charles LEADER land agent Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of his late uncle, Edmund JS Trimmer 24/10/1882 Deposit 266/1882

TRIMMER, Edmund shipping agent College Park and Pt Adelaide, died 8/4/1889. Husband of Emily Frances Trimmer. Estate worth £500 Memorial 28/492

TRIMMER, Edmund shipping agent College Park and Pt Adelaide, died 8/4/1889. Estate worth £500 to his widow, Emily Frances Trimmer. His brother, Frederick Trimmer gentleman formerly Adelaide but then of 70 Talbot Rd, Bayswater, Middlesex, and Amersham, Bucks, England, died 12/8/1913 London. His estate, worth £650, to Ernest Trimmer financial agent Adelaide (Waymouth St), in trust until F Trimmer's widow, Lilian Mary Trimmer, of Lexham Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex, England, took out letters of administration, as the estate descended to her Application 27364

No 1

TRIMMER, Edmund Isaac Stevens Esquire formerly of Adelaide now of parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 17/47

TRIMMER, Edmund Isaac Stevens Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton, Sussex, England 1865 Memorial 314/207

TRIMMER, Edmund Isaac Stevens Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now absent from the province 1869 Memorial 49/238

TRIMMER, Edward clerk to Wright Brothers land agents Adelaide 1873 Memorial 19/264

No 1

TRIMMER, Ernest of Petersburg 1882 Memorial 136/343

TRIMMER, Ernest of the Steamship Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1912 Memorial 53/467

TRIMMER, Ernest land and estate agent Price Crescent, Lower Mitcham, died 2/7/1930 Adelaide Memorial 164/503

No 1

TRIMMER, Frederick gentleman Adelaide, about to reside in parts beyond the sea for some time, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT and Charles LYONS land agents Adelaide, to manage the SA business affairs of his late uncle, Edmund JS Trimmer 21/7/1883. He and his brother Edmund Trimmer had been appointed the SA trustees after EJS Trimmer had died Deposit 149/1883

TRIMMER, Frederick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Amersham, Bucks, England, died 12/8/1913 London, Middlesex, England. Husband of Lilian Mary Trimmer. Brother to Edmund Trimmer Memorial 29/492

No 1

TRIMMER, William labourer Happy Valley 1857 Memorial 146/118 Member of the Atlas Land, Building and Investment Society 1857 Memorial 69/125

TRIMMER, William labourer Happy Valley 1862 Application 3194

TRIMMER, William farmer Happy Valley 1866. Congregational Chapel member 1866 Memorial 60/210

TRIMMER, William labourer Adelaide 1871 Memorial 15/251

TRIMMER, William gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles LYONS, Charles Sydney LEADER land agents and Auguste DAVIES solicitor Adelaide, to manage W Trimmer's property 'generally' in SA 1883 Memorial 113/355

TRIMMER, William gentleman Adelaide 1889 Memorial 73/400

TRIMMER, William grazier Unley Park 1897 Memorial 233/431

No 1

TRIMMER, William Henry Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 247/3

TRIMMER, William Henry Esquire Fairford Sturt River 1849[-1861]. Memorial 440/14

TRIMMER, William Henry Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 471/59

TRIMMER, William Henry gentleman Fairford near Adelaide 1861 Application 2378

TRIMMER, William Henry Esquire Fairford on the Sturt and Eliza Catherine Trimmer his wife 1863 Memorial 178/227

No 1 - the Elder

TRIMMING, William bricklayer Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 180/78

TRIMMING, William 41 farmer widower married Mary Ann Susan HUTCHINSON 38 widow on 28/2/1856 St Mark's Penwortham Witnesses: William ELLIOTT and Jessy WOOD. Mary Ann Susan Trimming widow Auburn, died 12/10/1911, of senility, aged 94. Born Borough Green, Co Cambridge, England. To SA 62 years ago Married aged 24 and remarried aged 39. 1 son and 4 daughters alive; 2 sons deceased 1928 Application 27658

TRIMMING, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Memorial 152/168

TRIMMING, Mary Ann Susan widow near Auburn mother of Mary Ann Susan Trimming spinster near Auburn 1905 Memorial 235/453

No 2 - the Younger

TRIMMING, William the Younger farmer Leasingham 1874 Memorial 128/273

TRIMMING, William farmer [formerly the Younger] formerly of Leasingham 1874 but then of Woodanilling WA, died 26/8/1910. Executors; Morris William Trimming and Alfred Trimming farmers Woodanilling WA Memorial 12/468 & Application 27993

TRIMMING, William farmer Woodamilling WA, died 26/8/1910. Father of Morris William Trimming and Alfred Trimming farmers Woodamilling; also Emma Trimming no description 1925 Memorial 74/492

TRIMMING, William farmer Woodanilling WA, died 26/8/1910. Bequests to his children - Morris William Trimming and Alfred Trimming farmers Woodanilling, Emma Trimming and Ida O'CONNOR. He owned allotments in Auburn in SA, which had to be sold and the proceeds distributed Application 27993

TRINIDAD, Dennis eating house keeper Pt Pirie 1874[-1879] Memorial 198/276

TRINK, John greengrocer Brompton 1906 Application 25222

No 1

TRINNE, August labourer Kapunda 1927 Application 27590

TRINNE, August formerly labourer but then pensioner Kapunda 1937, declared that he was a son of Christian Trinne the Elder labourer Kapunda Application 28064

TRIPE, Henry Richard Gowen surgeon Aldinga, died 1878. The bulk of his £450 estate to his wife, Fanny Tripe, with a bequest of £100 to his sister, Julia BURROWS Memorial 203/309

TRIPLETT, Frederick farmer Kalkabury 1885 Memorial 164/366

No 1

TRIPLETT, John labourer Kapunda 1851[-1856] Memorial 482/30

TRIPLETT, John farmer Tothill Creek 1861 Memorial 215/171

TRIPLETT, John farmer Tothill Creek 1862. He could not write Application 3530

TRIPLETT, John farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Tothill Creek 1862[-1864] Memorial 23/181

TRIPLETT, John farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Allen Creek 1863 Memorial 224/344

TRIPLETT, John formerly labourer Kapunda 1851 but now farmer Tothill Creek 1865 Application 6686

No 1

TRIPLETT, Richard and Thomas farmers Kapunda 1858 Memorial 107/135

TRIPLETT, Richard farmer Kalkabury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

TRIPLETT, Richard farmer Tothill Creek Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

TRIPLETT, Richard farmer Tiparra 1885[-1886] Memorial 172/367

TRIPLETT, Richard farmer Agery 1889 Memorial 123/396

No 1 - probably the same person

TRIPLETT, Thomas and Richard farmers Kapunda 1861. R Triplett could not write Application 2147

TRIPLETT, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 110/201

TRIPLETT, Thomas miner Kapunda 1876 Application 15657

TRIPLETT, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Family Hotel Currie St) 1884 Memorial 221/356

No 1 - probably the same person

TRIPP, John Peter mason Bowden 1839 Application 13870.

TRIPP, John Peter mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 203/42

TRIPP, John Peter mason Bowden 1853 Memorial 56/57

TRIPP, John Peter storekeeper Pt Elliot 1854[-1858] Memorial 298/62 Trustee of the PT Elliot Public School 1856 Memorial 289/102

TRIPP, John Peter postmaster Pt Elliot 1855[-1863] Memorial 351/93

TRIPP, John Peter formerly storekeeper Pt Elliot but then gentleman North Adelaide 1864 Application 5444

No 1

TRIPP, William Follett gentleman Kingston Lacepede Bay and Rebecca Tripp his wife 1876 Memorial 136/296

TRIPP, Rebecca no description had an interest in trust in Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant. Trustees – Robert Edward VENN merchant Kingston S-E and George KENDLE labourer Kingston S-E 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 309 County Grey

TRIPP, William Follett gentleman formerly of Lacepede Bay but now of Norwood husband of the late Rebecca Tripp formerly SMITH now deceased 1896 Memorial 11/429

TRIPP, William Follett accountant Beulah Rd, Norwood, died c1897. Executor: James MOORHOUSE gentleman Adelaide Memorial 36/432

TRIPP, William Follett accountant Beulah Rd, Norwood, died 29/1/1897. Estate worth £1,000. He owned The Doctor's House, Honeytown and The Butcher Shop at Robe and Kedwards at Kingston. Bequests to George TANTRAM of Millicent, Charles GELL of Robe and Thomas BARNFIELD of North Adelaide, as well as his sister, Mrs FA RIDGWAY of Toorak, Melbourne Vic, a Miss Florence Elizabeth Tripp of Toorak, Melbourne Vic. His wife, Rebecca Tripp, had already died 9/5/1896. Estate worth £1200 Application 27954

No 1

TROHELEPRZY, Franz tailor Sevenhill 1876 Memorial 8/294

FRENCH, Mary Frances widow Clare, over 70 years old in 1952, declared that she had lived in the district all her life. She was a daughter of the late Franz TROHELEPRZY of Sevenhill Application 28890

TROIGDEN, Thomas William farmer Black Rock Plain 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 108 County Dalhousie

TRONNIER, Frederick Henry labourer Redruth 1851[-1853] Memorial 247/34

TROST, Emma Louisa spinster Oxford Landing, near Morgan 1944 Memorial 23/518

No 1

TROTMAN, Anne spinster Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 496/56

TROTMAN, Ann spinster Pt Adelaide, ‘an old lady who is greatly disturbed by the conduct of Parker’, failed to contact Edward Henry PARKER formerly butcher Pt Adelaide 1858, later of Melbourne and then England, about land he had sold her in Wellington St on the Portland Estate. He said that he had left the conveyance with ‘lawyer Jackson in Elizabeth St, Melbourne’, but no solicitor by that name lived there. Mr Parker could no longer be located in Britain by 1869. He had left Birmingham, Co Warwick, by that time. The Trotmans seemed to have relatives and friends in Edgbaston. Ann Trotman was a sister to Elizabeth Acres, nee Trotman, wife of Joseph Acres butcher Pt Adelaide Application 9953

TROTMAN, Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14186

TROTMAN, Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 21121

TROTMAN, Anne spinster Pt Adelaide sister to Hannah HODSON widow Le Fevre Peninsula and Martha NOCK wife of John Nock builder Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 40/399

TROTMAN, Ann spinster Le Fevre Peninsula, sister to Hannah HODSON widow Le Fevre Peninsula and Martha NOCK wife of John Nock builder Pt Adelaide 1889 Application 21689

TROTMAN, Anne spinster Semaphore, died 24/10/1890. Two houses and land in each of Church Place, and Quebec St, Pt Adelaide, to her sister Margaret PRITCHARD and her husband, John PRITCHARD, in trust for life. After their death, the four properties to be sold and the proceeds given equally absolutely in remainder expectant to the Pt Adelaide Seaman’s Mission, the Home for Incurables and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals . No mortgage allowed over the properties. All money and personal effects to Marth KNOCK wife of John KNOCK Pt Adelaide, and Hannah HODSON widow Semaphore absolutely. Emanuel HOUNSLOW seaman’s missionary, Agnes CRERAR spinster and Hannah HODSON widow to be executors and trustees Deposit 81/1919

TROTMAN, C fish hawker Queenstown 1896 Application 23067

No 1

TROTMAN, Martha spinster Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 4839

TROTMAN, Martha spinster Le Fevre Peninsula a sister to Ann Trotman spinster Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 103/268

No 1

TROTT, Charles shoemaker Adelaide 1840[-1843] Memorial 66/59 Shoemaker Section 84 Survey B 1846 Memorial 63/59

TROTT, Charles shoemaker Section 84 Survey B 1846 Application 19258

TROTT, Charles cordwainer Sturt River 1851 Memorial 159/29 TROTT, Charles cordwainer and farmer Sturt River. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide

TROTT, Charles farmer St Marys 1853 Memorial 287/47

TROTT, Charles farmer Upper Sturt 1857[-1859] Memorial 319/127

TROTT, Charles bootmaker Adelaide 1839. By 1858, he was at Coromandel Valley Application 25969

TROTT, Charles of Coromandel Valley 1858[-1859] Memorial 10/145

TROTT, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley died in 1881 or earlier. Father of Emma Jane Trott spinster Coromandel Valley Memorials 24 & 39/334

TROTT, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley, died c1880. Children - George Trott, Mary Trott, Emma Jane Trott, Memorial 60/345

TROTT, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley, died 6/8/1880. Estate worth £1,300. Bank of Adelaide shares to his son, George Trott. Daughter Mary Trott to get a cow of her choicce from his herd. Daughter Emma Jane Trott to get the balance of the Loyal Sturt Oddfellows Lodge account, after she had paid the funeral expenses, plus a cow after sister Mary had chosen. The rest of the estate to go into trust, under James COLLINS and William Thomas SHEPHARD. All the money in the house and in the bank to be divided equally amongst his children. A section of land each for daughters Mary and Emma Jane Trott. The rest of the real and personal estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the brothers and sisters, omitting Emma Jane and Mary TROTT Application 19399

TROTT, Charles farmer Coromandel Valley, died 6/8/1880. Certain pieces of real and personal estate to named members of his family. All money found in the house to be divided equally amongst his children. The rest of the estate to be sold and the executors and trustees, James COLLINS farmer Darlington and William Thomas SHEPHARD formerly farmer the Sturt now sheep farmer Waikerie, to divide the proceeds equally amongst the children. Children mentioned included - Mary Trott, Emma Jane Trott, and George Trott. Estate worth £1,300 Application 20053

No 1

TROTT, Frederick Henson farmer O'Halloran Hill 1940 Application 28272

TROTT, Frederick Henson farmer and grazier O'Halloran Hill, died 3/3/1950 Glenelg. Husband of Clare Atkinson Trott. Father of Merle Hartley Clare LAFFER, and Dudley Herbert Henson Trott Memorial 80/525

No 1

TROTT, James farmer Happy Valley 1874 Memorial 21/275

TROTT, James farmer O'Halloran Hill. Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1889[-1894] Memorial 6/401

TROTT, James farmer O'Halloran Hill 1897 Application 23307

TROTT, James farmer Edwardstown 1899 Application 23799

TROTT, James farmer South Rd, Edwardstown 1921 Application 26953

No 2

TROTT, James farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

No 1

TROTT, Richard farmer Adelaide 1839 Memorial 462/6

TROTT, Richard of Byron Place, off Gouger St, Adelaide 1841[-1846] Memorial 384/8, Application 3960

TROTT, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 316/133

TROTT, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1861 Application 2216

TROTT, Richard gentleman Unley 1861 Application 2733

TROTT, Richard now out of business Upper Sturt, died c1863. He left his entire estate in trust for his daughter, Emily Trott, until she attained the age of 21 and inherited the amount absolutely Memorial 161/192

TROTT, Richard gentleman Unley, died 22/12/1863, of consumption, aged 59 Deposit 243/1866

TROTT, Richard gentleman formerly of Unley but then retired Upper Sturt, died c1863. He left £200 to Miss Fanny BROWN daughter of the late Ann Brown of Westergate, Sussex, England. The rest of his estate to the testator's daughter, Emily Trott, to be held in trust for her until she reached the age of 21. Trustees and executors: James Thomas MANTON surveyor Brownhill Creek and George MAYO surgeon Adelaide Application 6534

TROTT, Emily daughter of Richard Trott labourer Byron Place, Adelaide, and Ann Trott, his wife, baptised 3/10/1841 Holy Trinity North Tce (Rev’d CB Howard). Emily Trott full age spinster Unley married William GRAHAM full age telegraphic clerk Kadina, on 10/10/1862 St Luke’s Adelaide. Application 6534

TROTT, Emily of Unley (Father; Richard Trott) m 10/10/1862 St Luke’s Whitmore Square, Adelaide, William GRAHAM of Kadina (Father; John Graham) Witnesses: Richard John GRAHAM draper Kadina and Emma HAAG of Unley Deposit 242/1866

TROTT, Richard gentleman Adelaide Hundred of Freeling land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 164 County Sturt

TROTT, Rupert James vigneron Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1928 Grant Book 2 Page 107 County Adelaide

TROTT, William farmer Balaklava 1880 Memorial 8/327

No 1

TROTTER, John George blacksmith Tanunda 1889 Application 21706

TROTTER, John George blacksmith Kapunda 1890 Memorial 205/403

TROTTER, William George clerk Pewsey Vale 1865[-1866] Memorial 128/203

TROUGHTON, Frederick gardener Wirrabara 1890 Memorial 182/401

TROUT, Charles clerk to Charles JOHNSTON solicitor Adelaide 1838 Memorial 468/71

TROUTEN, Edward farmer Lake Plains 1874 Memorial 40/279

No 1

TROVEY, Charles Lumley gentleman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 290/7

TROVEY, Charles Lumley gentleman Plympton 1846 Memorial 481/7

TROVEY, Charles Lumley accountant Plympton 1854 Memorial 477/66

TROWBRIDGE, Edgar James farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1935[-1936] Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

TROWBRIDGE, Horace William farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1913 1925Grant Book 12 Page 10 County Chandos

TROWBRIDGE, James labourer Glen Osmond 1876[-1877] Memorial 55/292

TROWBRIDGE, Stephen George farmer Lameroo.Hundred of Bews land grant 1926 1925Grant Book 12 Page 13 County Chandos

TROWBRIDGE, William Hillcoat farmer Meadows 1859[-1871] Memorial 85/162

TROWSDELL, Richard shepherd Strathalbyn 1856 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 148/110

No 1

TROWSE, John brickmaker Marryatville 1850 Memorial 235/27

TROWSE, John labourer Marryatville 1863 Memorial 271/190

TROWSE, John mason Kensington. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

TROWSE, John mason Kensington 1887 Memorial 191/386

TROY, James yeoman Little Para 1854 Memorial 30/77

No 1

TROY, Richard carter Beverley 1884 Memorial 100/355

No 2

TROY, Richard livery stable keeper Adelaide 1897 Memorial 123/433

No 1

TRUAN, Andrew farmer Unley 1853[-1855] Memorial 401/52

TRUAN, Andrew farmer Penfield Peachey Belt 1866 Memorial 74/216

TRUAN, Andrew blacksmith and farmer Peachey Belt, died 25/9/1869, of urodialysis and paralysis, aged 70. His son Gabriel Truan farmer Peachey Belt and his daughter Ann ROSEWARNE with her husband Thomas Rosewarne farmer Peachey Belt lived with him. Three other sons, John, William and Thomas Truan, had left home some time previously. The Rosewarnes had taken charge of the will and had lost it Application 25684

No 1

TRUAN, Gabriel farmer Peachey Belt 1860 Application 1456

TRUAN, Gabriel farmer Penfield 1887 Application 21224

TRUAN, Gabriel farmer formerly of Penfield but now of Norwood and Ann ROSEWARNE widow late of Penfield but now of Norwood, beneficiaries under the will of the late Andrew Truan no details 1890 Application 21781

TRUAN, Gabriel formerly farmer but now out of business Norwood 1908 Memorial 177/458

No 1

TRUDGEN, Alfred Ernest Hutchens and Frederick Charles Wallis Trudgen builders and contractors Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Trudgen widow College Town 1896 Memorial 181/428

TRUDGEN, Alfred Ernest Hutchens and Frederick Charles Wallis Trudgen contractors Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Trudgen widow College Town 1908 Memorial 205/458

TRUDGEN, Alfred Ernest Hutchens, Frederick Charles Wallis Trudgen, Hedley Augustus Trudgen, and Theodore George Trudgen contractors Adelaide (Flinders St) 1909 Memorial 150/464

TRUDGEN, Alfred Ernest Hutchins and Frederick Charles Wallis Trudgen contractors Adelaide 1912 Memorial 200/467

TRUDGEN, Clara Lillian wife of a building contractor of Pt Lincoln, had died by 1956 Application 29210

TRUDGEN, FCW builder Adelaide (Grenfell St East) 1894 Memorial 184/421

No 1

TRUDGEN, Nicholas carpenter Adelaide (Wright St) 1856[-1861] Memorial 201/107

TRUDGEN, Nicholas carpenter Campbelltown 1856[-1864] Memorial 164/112

TRUDGEN, Nicholas gentleman College Town, died 24/3/1879 of brain softening, aged 69. His wife, Charlotte Edwards Trudgen, died 19/2/1888, of morbus cordis, senile decay and syncope, aged 76 Application 27150

No 1

TRUDGEN, Nicholas Wallis carpenter Adelaide 1867 Application 8315

TRUDGEN, NW builder College Town 1882 Application 19153

TRUDGEN, Nicholas Wallis builder Adelaide 1883[-1886] Memorial 23/353, Application 19881

TRUDGEN, Nicholas Wallis contractor College Town, died 16/5/ 1892. Estate worth £14,626. Husband of Mary Ann Trudgen. Executors: Thomas HOCKING law clerk Medindie and Theodore GODLEE draper's accountant St Peters Memorial 232/420

TRUDGEN, Mary Ann widow College Town 1894 Memorial 61/423

No 2

TRUDGEN, Norman Wallis carpenter Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 197/497

TRUDGEN, Norman Wallis carpenter Pt Lincoln and Clara Florence Trudgen his wife formerly Clara Florence ETTRIDGE spinster 1936 Memorial 150/509

No 1

TRUELOVE, Edward carpenter Encounter Bay 1860 Memorial 116/225

TRUELOVE, Edward gentleman Victor Harbor 1868 Memorial 221/235

TRUELOVE, Mary Ann widow Orroroo 1893 Application 22480

TRUMAN, George bricklayer Belair Hundred of Davenport land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

TRUEMAN, Harold Charles engineer 4 Kybunga Tce, Largs North Trustee Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

TRUEMAN, James of St Leonards near Glenelg, died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Elizabeth Trueman Memorial 180/211

No 1 - probably the same person

TRUMAN, John linked with the Gresham Hotel Adelaide and the Grünthal Post Office applied for the lease of the 44 square mile Yudnamutana Run. Almost immediately, he transferred the lease to Thomas WARNES of Kooringa 1875 Memorials 80 & 81/298

TRUMAN, John drover Adelaide 1875 Application 14671

TRUMAN, John storekeeper Grünthal 1877[-1880] Memorial 133/299

TRUMAN, John of the Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 211/381

TRUMAN, John farmer Baldina 1889 Memorial 61/399

TRUMAN, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Hindley St), died 20/11/1890. Estate worth £300. His widow, Mary Ann Truman, had remarried to Charles HUNT contractor Farina by 1893 Memorial 216/417

No 1

TRUMAN, Matthew sawyer North Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 352/56

TRUMAN, Matthew sawyer now or late of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 283/63

TRUMAN, Matthew farmer Section 4097 Hundred of Onkaparinga Co Adelaide Grünthal 1861 Memorial 301/178

TRUMAN, Matthew farmer Grünthal 1874 Memorial 94/274

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TRUMAN, Matthew contractor Parkside 1892 Memorial 69/413

TRUMAN, Richard Charles labourer Portland Estate and Amelia Truman his wife 1894 Application 22642

TRUMAN, Thomas Lewis blacksmith Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

No 1

TRUMBLE, Henrietta spinster Hundred of Crozier Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 238/372

TRUMBLE, Henrietta spinster now residing at Invercargill New Zealand, power of attorney to Frederick William GOOD agent Pt Augusta, to manage her SA business affairs, including Sections 110, 113 Hundred of Crozier 9/7/1885. Thomas Trumble grazier Invercargill witnessed the document Deposit 201/1885

No 1

TRUMPER, Joseph labourer Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 35/300

TRUMPER, Joseph labourer Mt Gambier and Annie Trumper his wife 1894 Memorial 118/422

TRURAN, John farmer Hundred of Parnaroo Co Kimberley 1887 Memorial 14/388

TRURAN, Mary widow Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 60 Page 53 County Victoria

No 1

TRURAN, William miner Blumberg 1870 Memorial 101/249

TRURAN, William miner perhaps Adelaide a member of the Millendella Gold Mining Co with searches proceeding in the Outalpa Run 1873 Memorial 161/264

TRUSCOTT, Digory sawyer Adelaide 1868 Application 9171

TRUSCOTT, Edward miner Kapunda 1853 Memorial 442/46

No 1

TRUSCOTT, George miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 208/162

TRUSCOTT, George miner formerly of Kapunda 1860 but now of Kadina 1873 Application 13199

TRUSCOTT, George of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

TRUSCOTT, Harold James fruitgrower Darley Rd, Paradise 1925 Application 27390

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TRUSCOTT, Henry James miner Kapunda 1882 Memorial 195/338

TRUSCOTT, Henry James district council clerk Kapunda 1903[-1917] Memorial 108/448,Application 26621

No 1

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle gentleman North Adelaide 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle agent North Adelaide and Sarah Louisa Truscott his wife daughter of the late James CROWLE now deceased and Thomasin Crowle 1878 Memorial 214/308

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle agent North Adelaide and Sarah Louisa Truscott his wife 1883 Memorial 23/353

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle merchant Prospect 1883 Application 19881

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle store manager Prospect and Sarah Louisa Truscott his wife formerly Sarah Louisa CROWLE 1884 Memorial 100/360

TRUSCOTT, James Crowle agent North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 246/363

No 1

TRUSCOTT, Walter of Hill River Hundred of Clare 1866 Memorial 104/210

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TRUSCOTT, Walter butcher Watervale 1870 Memorial 196/247

TRUSCOTT, Walter butcher Watervale 1872 Application 11981

TRUSCOTT, Walter the Elder butcher Watervale, died 20/5/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Grace Truscott, by 1878 of Clare, to settle the estate. Son - Walter Truscott the Younger butcher Clare Memorial 133/308

TRUSCOTT, Walter Thomas butcher Kooringa 1908 Application 25496

TRUSCOTT, William Robert store assistant Kapunda 1937 Memorial 180/510

TRUSLER, William of Unley 1881 Memorial 112/335

No 1

TRUSLOVE, Edward gentleman Victor Harbor 1869 Application 10353

TRUSLOVE, Edward storekeeper Encounter Bay 1872[-1875] Memorial 48/262

TRUSLOVE, Edward gentleman Victor Harbor 1877 Memorial 13/303

TRUSLOVE, Edward miller formerly of Encounter Bay but now of Orroroo 1879[-1880] Memorial 144/321

TRUSLOVE, Edward miller Orroroo, died c1888. Husband of Mary Ann Truslove Memorial 48/420

TRUSLOVE, Edward formerly storekeeper Encounter Bay late miller Orroroo, died 3/3/1888 Application 26562

No 1 - probably the same person

TRUSSELL, George farmer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 217/33

TRUSSELL, George tanner [farmer?] formerly of Adelaide 1840 late of Walkerville left SA to return to England to live c1844. He had sub-divided and sold certain land at Walkerville. Just before he left SA, he lived with John Thomas INGHAM gentleman Thebarton and his wife, Jane Ingham. Mrs Ingham looked after G Trussell's business affairs when he no longer lived in SA 1851 Application 11574

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TRUSSELL, George yeoman Bay Road 1852 Memorial 24/42

TRUSTER, George labourer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1911 Grant Book 8 Page 100 County Burra

TRYE, Edward licensed victualler Wallaroo. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TRYE, William farmer Glynde 1863 Memorial 220/188

TRYE, William farmer Glynde 1877 Application 16229

TRYE, William wheelwright Glynde near Adelaide 1866[-1887] Memorial 68/213

TRYE, William wheelwright Glynde 1894 Application 22651

TSCHACHMANN, Martin August of Tanunda, died c1864. He left his entire £140 estate to his wife, Charlotte Henriette Tschachmann formerly KALBACH Memorial 13/261

TSCHARKE, Ernst August blacksmith Eudunda 1886 Memorial 208/373

TSCHIRPIG, Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Traugott farmer near Tanunda 1916, declared that he used to mind sheep and do fencing for Carl Friedrich Wilhelm POHLNER grazier near Angaston, who died 16/10/1911 Application 26488

No 1

TSCHIRPIG, Carl Wilhelm Traugott farmer near Sedan linked with Traugott Tschirpig farmer Tanunda 1900 Memorial 145/440 

TSCHIRPIG, Carl Wilhelm Traugott and Ernst Johannes Tschirpig and Gustav Albert Tschirpig all no description linked with Section 101 Hundred of Bagot Co Eyre 1904 Memorial 138/451

No 1

TSCHIRPIG, Gottfried farmer Krondorf 1851 Memorial 316/33

TSCHIRPIG, Johann Gottfried farmer Krondorf 1853 Memorial 254/58

TSCHIRPIG, Traugott farmer near Tanunda 1898 Memorial 59/435

TUBB, Charles Director SA Tanning Co Ltd Bowden 1875 Application 14509

TUCHEBAND, Christian Friedrich farmer Edwardstown 1853[-1857] Memorial 63/49

No 1

TUCK, Alfred Robert builder Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

TUCK, Alfred Robert carpenter Terowie 1915 Memorial 99/472

TUCK, Arthur Edward wheatbuyer Tarlee, linked with Ernest Lancelot Starkey Tuck importer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1908 Memorial 150/459

No 1

TUCK, Bernard Henry farmer Yongala Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 38 County Kimberley

TUCK, Bernard Henry carpenter Terowie 1881 Memorial 109/331

TUCK, Bernard Henry carpenter Terowie Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 40 Page 43 County Kimberley

TUCK, Bernard Henry builder Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

No 1

TUCK, Edward S schoolmaster Mt Torrens Secretary to the Mt Torrens Steam Flour Mill Company Lots 2 & 3 Mt Torrens, Section 6506 Tributaries of the Torrens Edward PRESCOTT the miller. Directors Francis Hardy FAULDING, George BRUNSKILL, George MULLER 4/11/1861 Application 2546

TUCK, Edward S teacher Mt Torrens 1866 Memorial 223/214

TUCK, Edward John Taylor builder and timber merchant Yongala 1876[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 149 County Dalhousie

TUCK, ER proclaimed bank manager Adelaide 1941 Memorial 4/516

No 1

TUCK, Ernest Lancelot Starkey importer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1908 Memorial 149/459

TUCK, Ernest Lancelot Starkey and Ernest Albert BROADBENT sports warehousemen Adelaide (Hindley St) 1913 Memorial 35/470

TUCK, George shoemaker Adelaide (Pt TA 263 Franklin St) 1849[-1850] Memorial 10/16

No 1

TUCK, Henry Lewer Minister of the Gospel Kenton Valley 1856 Memorial 340/133

TUCK, Henry Lewer Baptist Minister Stockport on the Gilbert 1868 Memorial 233/244

No 1

TUCK, Sarah spinster Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 314/73

TUCK, Sarah spinster Gumeracha 1856 about to marry John Pitt tailor Gumeracha. Marriage settlement of land in trust for the benefit of the bride for life. Probably a family link with Henry Lewer Tuck Baptist Minister Gumeracha. William STANGER storekeeper Gumeracha the other trustee Memorial 24/113

No 1

TUCK, William merchant Adelaide 1848 Memorial 411/12

TUCK, William gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 460/29

No 2

TUCK, William farmer Woodside 1919 Memorial 128/479

No 1

TUCKER, Alfred and George wheelwrights Walkerville 1850 Memorial 486/23

No 2

TUCKER, Alfred labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 261/128

No 1

TUCKER, Alfred Arthur retired farmer 5 Elizabeth St, Croydon linked with Edward William Tucker formerly farmer Hundred of Finniss near Queen's Own Town but now retired farmer North Norwood and Frank Anthony Tucker farmer Hundred of Finniss 1927 Memorials 85 & 86/497

TUCKER, Alfred Arthur retired farmer formerly of 5 Elizabeth St, Croydon but now of Findon Road, Woodville 1947 Memorial 99/521

No 1

TUCKER, Arthur farmer Lower Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 277 County Hindmarsh

TUCKER, Arthur farmer The Finniss trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

TUCKER, Arthur stockholder The Finniss 1875[-1883] Memorial 225/284

TUCKER, Arthur stockholder Queens Own Town Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1882 Grant Book 36 Page 250 County Hindmarsh

TUCKER, Arthur farmer Finniss River near Queens Own Town Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1884 Grant Book 37 Page 15 County Hindmarsh

TUCKER, Arthur farmer The Finniss near Queens Own Town, died 28/2/1910 North Adelaide. Husband of Martha Alice Tucker. Father of Alfred Arthur Tucker, Frank Anthony Tucker, and Richard Tucker. Brother to Edward Jones Tucker solicitor Strathalbyn Memorial 51/463

No 1

TUCKER, Charles yeoman Mitcham 1849[-1851] Memorial 287/16

No 2 – the Elder; perhaps a continuation of No 1

TUCKER, Charles stone mason Byethorne Nairne 1852 Memorial 478/41

TUCKER, Charles and John stonemasons Byethorne near Nairne 1853 Memorial 40/51

TUCKER, Charles mason Adelaide 1854 Memorial 53/65

TUCKER, Charles storekeeper Nairne 1858[-1860] Memorial 42/148

TUCKER, Charles storekeeper Nairne 1859 Application 458

TUCKER, Charles of Saddleworth 1873 Application 12464

No 3 – the Younger

TUCKER, Charles mason Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 220 County Victoria

TUCKER, Charles the Younger mason Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 223 County Victoria

No 4 - perhaps the same person

TUCKER, Charles watchmaker Norwood and Keturah Charlotte Tucker his wife formerly Keturah Charlotte HAYWARD 1881 Memorial 183/333

TUCKER, Charles and William Thomas MURPHY watchmakers and jewellers Adelaide (Pt TA 40 Rundle St) 1910-1911 Memorial 105/463

No 5

TUCKER, Charles shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 21019.

TUCKER, Charles agent Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

TUCKER, Charles customs agent Pt Adelaide 1889[-1893] Memorial 146/397

TUCKER, Charles customs agent Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1893 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

TUCKER, Charles of Pt Adelaide Mayor of the Corporation of Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 133/418

No 6 - perhaps a continuation of No 5

TUCKER, Charles agent North Adelaide 1897 Memorial 243/429

TUCKER, Charles shipping agent and Mayor of Adelaide 1898 Memorial 59/436

TUCKER, Charles shipping agent and formerly Mayor of Adelaide 1899 Memorial 73/439

TUCKER, Charles sheepfarmer Adelaide 1907 Memorial 222/456

TUCKER, Christina widow of the late Walter John Tucker, died 12/7/1929 Strathalbyn of liver carcinoma and toxaemia, aged 73. Born Long Valley near Strathalbyn. She married aged 52. No family Application 28714

TUCKER, Edward Lionel farmer near Strathalbyn 1952, declared that Ethel May Tucker now deceased was his wife and that Lionel Rex Tucker (grazier formerly of Strathalbyn now of Naracoorte 1952), Keith MacDonald Tucker (contractor Strathalbyn 1952), Cyril Gordon Tucker, Audrey Leanore ALDAM and Sylvia May RYAN were the only children of the marriage Application 28862

No 1

TUCKER, EJ solicitor's clerk Strathalbyn 1870 Memorial 233/248

TUCKER, Edward Jones solicitor Strathalbyn 1880 Memorial 92/322

TUCKER, EJ Esquire Lands Titles Office Adelaide 1893 Application 22417

TUCKER, Francis John farmer Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

TUCKER, Frank Anthony farmer Finniss 1938 Application 28174

TUCKER, Frederick builder Pt Adelaide 1890 Application 21843

No 1 – the Elder

TUCKER, George farmer Strathalbyn 1849 Memorial 331/45

TUCKER, George farmer Somerset Vale near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 324/112

TUCKER, George farmer Somerset Vale Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858[-1876] Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

TUCKER, George farmer Somerset Vale near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 51/248

TUCKER, George gentleman Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 224/213

TUCKER, George farmer Sandergrove father of Arthur Tucker farmer Finniss River 1879 Memorial 92/315

TUCKER, George stockholder Lake View House Sandergrove, died 1881. Husband of Susannah Tucker. Father of Jane Sophia Tucker and Walter John Tucker. 2 other sons - not named Memorial 118/334

TUCKER, George stockholder Sandergrove near Strathalbyn, died 13/8/1881. Walter John Tucker farmer Sandergrove one of the executors Memorial 92/350

TUCKER, George the Elder stockholder Lake View House, Sandergrove, died 13/8/1881. Estate worth £3,400. £50 life annuity to his wife, Susannah Tucker, so long as she remained a widow. Legacies to his daughters Rachel GIBBONS, Martha Bartlett JONES, Jane Sophia Tucker, Lucy Tucker; granddaughters Florence Maud MATTHEWS and Laura Minette Matthews. Legacies to his sons, George Tucker the Younger, William Hannam Tucker and Edward Jones Tucker (solicitor Strathalbyn). The residue of the estate to his son, Walter John Tucker farmer Sandergrove. Susannah Tucker died ?? (not yet found out). Walter John Tucker farmer formerly of Sandergrove but then of Strathalbyn, died 9/1/1920. £60 life annuity to his wife, Christina Tucker, provided she remained his widow. Legacies to all his children - Hubert Llewellen Tucker, Edward Lionel Tucker, Walter Georg Ewen Tucker, James Hannam Tucker, Caroline Jane DIX, and Lucy Hanham ROGERS. All real estate to his three sons, as provided for in the will, except that Edward Lionel Tucker to hold his real estate in trust 'during the term of his natural life provided he shall so long remain solvent but if he shall become bankrupt or insolvent, or assign his estate for the benefit of his creditors … my trustees shall hold the said lands for the benefit of his wife, Ethel May Tucker, so long as she remains the lawful wife or widow', then to all the children of EL Tucker in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Christina Tucker died 12/7/1929. Edward Jones Tucker died 26/9/1939 Application 28862

No 2 – the Younger

TUCKER, George the Younger farmer Sandergrove trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) ) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

No 3

TUCKER, George builder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 58/348

No 1

TUCKER, George Henry Josephus schoolmaster Allen Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 278/121

TUCKER, George Henry Josephus teacher Glen Osmond 1865[-1876] Memorial 343/202

TUCKER, George Henry Josephus teacher formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Adelaide 1887 Memorial 154/384

No 1

TUCKER, HE law student to Messrs EJ Tucker & Sons solicitors Strathalbyn 1920 Application 28862

TUCKER, Howard Erskine solicitor Strathalbyn 1951 Application 28814

TUCKER, Hubert Llewellyn farmer Sandergrove, died 24/7/1920, of post influenzal heart failure, aged 38. He was unmarried Application 28714

No 1

TUCKER, James and Thomas farmers Penwortham 1864[-1866] Memorial 183/212

No 2

TUCKER, James out of business Ovingham, died 15/12/1891, of pneumonia, aged 47 Application 22231

TUCKER, James Graham horticulturalist Winkie and Marjorie Tucker his wife 1954 Memorial 200/528

No 1

TUCKER, James Hanham farmer Strathalbyn 1925 Memorial 142/493

TUCKER, James Hanham farmer Lake View Strathalbyn 1934 Memorial 64/508

TUCKER, James Hanham grazier Strathalbyn, died 30/7/1950. Husband of Fanny Evelyn Alida Tucker. Father of Hubert Arthur Tuckier farmer near Strathalbyn, Kenneth James Tucker no description, Elizabeth McDonald DUNN married woman near Ashbourne and Muriel Hanham BILLING no description Memorial 124/525

No 1

TUCKER, Jesse shepherd Glen Osmond Road 1856 Memorial 456/100

TUCKER, Jesse of Parkside 1871 Memorial 60/257

TUCKER, Jesse Senr shepherd Parkside, died 28/10/1893. He had lived at Parkside since c1858, in a cottage he at first rented and then bought from a man called George SNEYD who had lived there with his sons for several years beforehand. Jesse Tucker's son, James Tucker no profession, died 30/6/1897 Coolgardie Hospital WA, of herpes and cerebral effusion, aged 53. Jesse Tucker's widow, Sarah Tucker, said in 1897 that she had last heard from her other son, Jesse Tucker Junr, from the Golden Puzzle Mine near Kanowna WA, in December 1896 Application 23389

TUCKER, Sarah widow Parkside 1894, widow of Jesse Tucker, who died 28/10/1893. Linked with James Tucker drover Parkside 1894 Application 22712

No 1

TUCKER, John stone mason Byethorne near Nairne 1853[-1858] Memorial 245/53

TUCKER, John stone mason Wedmore Hundred of Tungkillo 1861 Memorial 194/173

TUCKER, John of Tungkillo 1864 Memorial 172/196

TUCKER, John stonemason formerly of Byethorne 1853 but now of Mintaro 1865 Application 6447.

TUCKER, John stone mason Mintaro 1866 Application 7785.

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TUCKER, John builder Gladstone 1885 Memorial 79/368

No 3

TUCKER, John farmer Callington near the Bremer 1861 Application 2029

No 4

TUCKER, John storekeeper Kingston. Trustee School Kingston Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 29 Page 214 County MacDonnell

TUCKER, John storekeeper Kingston Lacepede Bay 1866 Memorial 224/222

No 5

TUCKER, John & William farmers Inman Valley 1870 Application 10963

No 6

TUCKER, John farmer Penola 1871, son of the late Richard Tucker farmer Mt Torrens Application 11334

No 7 – perhaps the same person

TUCKER, John butcher Gladstone. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 93 County Victoria

TUCKER, John farmer Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

No 8

TUCKER, John labourer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

No 9

TUCKER, John farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1886 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 1

TUCKER, John Charles labourer Inman Valley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Hall land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 212 County Stanley

TUCKER, John Charles farmer Hundred of Hall trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

TUCKER, Joseph labourer Prospect had a brother James Tucker no description, who died intestate in 1892 Application 22367

TUCKER, Josephine spinster Pt Adelaide 1914 Application 26378

TUCKER, Lionel Rex soldier near Strathalbyn 1947 Memorial 10/521

TUCKER, Matthew John Peel blacksmith Eden Valley 1886 Memorial 218/379

TUCKER, Matthew John Pitt gardener Findon Co Adelaide. Paarilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

TUCKER, Neri gentleman Adelaide (Gilles St) 1866[-1870] Memorial 210/210

TUCKER, RH bank officer Lyndoch 1954 Memorial 60/529

No 1

TUCKER, Richard builder Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/61

TUCKER, Richard gentleman 129 Great Bourke St, Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 339/125

TUCKER, Richard builder formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of 129 Great Bourke St East, Melbourne Vic 1872 Application 11981.

No 2

TUCKER, Richard farmer Mt Torrens 1854[-1855] Memorial 361/77

TUCKER, Richard farmer Mt Torrens 1862 Application 3101.

TUCKER, Richard farmer formerly of Mt Torrens but now of Nairne 1865 Memorial 128/218

TUCKER, Richard farmer near Nairne 1866 Application 7107.

TUCKER, Richard farmer Nairne, died late 1860s. He left complicated conditions and trusts for the disposal of his estate to his wife, Ann Tucker, his daughters Ann Tucker and Catherine Lashbrooke HAY, and sons, John and William Tucker Memorial 125/244

No 3

TUCKER, Richard farmer Woodside 1858 Memorial 233/139

TUCKER, Richard gentleman near Woodside 1860 Application 1488.

TUCKER, Richard A blacksmith Curramulka. Trustee Institute Curramulka township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TUCKER, Robert the Younger farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1869 Grant Book 31 Page 117 County Grey

TUCKER, Robert dairyman Tarpeena 1878 Memorial 169/311

TUCKER, Robert farmer Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 194/379

TUCKER, Robert the Elder out of business Mt Gambier, died c1899. Father of Robert Tucker the Younger farmer Horsham Vic, Caroline HEIGHT and Melvina Tucker Memorial 138/439

No 2

TUCKER, Robert out of business Mt Gambier, died 13/7/1948 Application 28686

No 3

TUCKER, Robert out of business Strathalbyn 1949 Application 28685

No 1 – Samuel Arthur Tucker

TUCKER, Samuel labourer South Rhine. Hundred of Angas land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 180 County Sturt

TUCKER, Samuel farmer Willowie. Trustee Public Cemetery Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 745 County Frome

TUCKER, Samuel labourer South Rhine Co Sturt. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

TUCKER, Samuel Arthur farmer Willowie 1895 Memorial 42/426

No 1

TUCKER, Sydney farmer Mt Gambier 1876[-1892] Memorial 104/291

TUCKER, Sydney farmer Kalangadoo trustee Institute Kalangadoo Kalangadoo East (Hundred of Grey) allotment land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 354 County Grey

TUCKER, Wallace farmer Goolwa Road linked with William Henry Tucker yeoman Goolwa 1873 Memorial 204/270

TUCKER, Walter farmer Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 104/291

TUCKER, Walter George Ewen farmer Sandergrove and his wife, Mary Jane nee NESS had 6 children, all born in Strathalbyn variously at the Strathalbyn Private Hospital, Angas House Hospital and Mrs ROBB's Nursing Home, between 1909-1919. WEG Tucker died 11/7/1941. He left his entire estate to be divided equally amongst his widow, Rose Tucker, and all his children living at the time of his death Application 28714

TUCKER, Walter John farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1877[-1898] Memorial 238/298

No 1

TUCKER, Whittaker Archer plumber Adelaide 1876 Memorial 250/290

TUCKER, Whittaker Archer contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

No 1 - possibly the same person

TUCKER, William blacksmith Blakiston 1851 Memorial 394/38

TUCKER, William blacksmith Nairne 1853[-1856] Memorial 350/56

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

TUCKER, William farmer Woodside 1877 Application 15887

TUCKER, William farmer Woodside 1884 Memorial 198/360

No 3 - possibly the same person

TUCKER, William licensed victualler Queenstown 1868[-1880] Memorial 150/233, Application 18277

TUCKER, William storekeeper Queenstown 1882 Application 19366

No 4

TUCKER, William miller Penrice 1870 Application 10825

No 5 – son of Charles Tucker the Elder

TUCKER, William stonemason Saddleworth Co Light. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 436 County Victoria

No 1

TUCKER, William Henry mariner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 172/7

TUCKER, William Henry storekeeper Walkerville 1849[-1860] Memorial 468/17

TUCKER, William Henry storekeeper Walkerville Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1855 Memorial 300/91

TUCKER, William Henry formerly of Walkerville but then yeoman Goolwa 1869[-1871] Memorial 169/236

TUCKER, William Henry yeoman Goolwa 1876 Memorial 27/293

TUCKER, William Henry gentleman Goolwa 1878 Memorial 219/308

TUCKER, William Henry formerly storekeeper Walkerville 1856 but then farmer Goolwa 1869 Application 9758.

TUCKER, William Henry formerly storekeeper Smith St Walkerville but then yeoman near Goolwa 1880 He moved to Goolwa c1864, after living in Walkerville for many years. Richard Baxter COX solicitor Pirie St, Adelaide, had known WH Tucker well for over some thirty years Application 18265

No 2

TUCKER, William Henry the Elder blacksmith Eden Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

No 3

TUCKER, William Henry yardman Portland Estate 1874 Memorial 133/276

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

TUCKER, William Henry gentleman Hundred of Yatala had a mineral claim on the Mutooroo Run 1888[-1889] Memorial 181/389

TUCKEY, AE clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 244/432

TUCKEY, Thomas plasterer Matilda St, Gilberton 1913 Application 26340

No 1

TUCKEY, William labourer Payneham 1844 Memorial 434/56

TUCKEY, William shoemaker Adelaide 1845[-1848] Memorial 50/85

TUCKEY, William labourer formerly of Payneham but now cordwainer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 435/56

TUCKEY, William shoemaker North Adelaide, died c1864. Husband of Agnes Tuckey. Father of the eldest son, Thomas Tuckey no description (but probably North Adelaide). Other children referred to but not described Memorials 348/199, 36/203

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TUCKFIELD, Joseph butcher Kapunda 1854[-1866] Memorial 257/70

TUCKFIELD, Joseph farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 131 County Light

TUCKFIELD, Joseph farmer Baldina. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

TUCKFIELD, Joseph farmer Baldina 1892 Memorial 172/413

TUCKFIELD, William miner Kapunda 1849 Memorial 355/20 Formerly of Adelaide but now mining captain Kapunda 1850 Memorial 250/21

TUCKFIELD, William mining captain Kapunda Mine, died c1850. He left his £500 estate to his wife, Constance Tuckfield Application 21989

TUCKFIELD, Constance widow Kapunda 1850[-1851] Memorial 12/25

Tuckfield, William and Constance formerly of Kapunda. Parents of Eliza Jane Harris (wife of Thomas Harris baker Moonta), who died 7/9/1870, phthisis pulmonalis, aged 34. Parents also of Alicia Jane Tuckfield, William Tuckfield, Grace Ann BATH wife of John Bath of Wallaroo, Richard Tuckfield and Maria TAYLOR wife of Andrew Fyfe Taylor of Wallaroo Application 16511

No 1

TUCKNOTT, Cornelius farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Way 1884 Memorial 240/356

TUCKNOTT, Cornelius farmer Gum Flat Hundred of Way linked with William Tucknott stockholder Hundred of Way 1888 Memorial 17/393

No 1

TUCKNOTT, James labourer Pt Lincoln 1853 Memorial 484/51

TUCKNOTT, James carrier Pt Lincoln 1864[-1865]. He could not write Application 6572

TUCKNOTT, James carrier Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 82/288

TUCKNOTT, James farmer Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 58/228

TUCKNOTT, James farmer Pt Lincoln, died 3/6/1905, of diffuse cellulitis of the arm, aged 74. His daughter, Eliza HAMMOND married woman Hawthorn, aged 62 in 1915, declared that her father had a sister called Hannah MITCHELL who died 2/10/1897. Rutledge Wilson FELTUS sheep farmer Hillside Hundred of Way, declared in 1915, that he was born on 15/5/1864. His parents had died when he was a child. Thomas Mitchell and his wife, Hannah Mitchell, adopted him in 1872. During 1877, Hannah Mitchell left the farm and shifted to Pt Lincoln. Her brother, James Tucknott, came to live at Hillside, which he farmed until his death in 1905. In her will, Mrs Mitchell had left the farm in trust to her husband for his lifetime after her death, and also to her brother as tenant for his lifetime, then to RW Feltus absolutely in remainder expectant. However, Thomas Mitchell died before his wife died Application 26476

No 1

TUCKNOTT, Samuel Eldridge sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln Hundred of Louth land grant 1864 Grant Book 21 Page 9 County Flinders

TUCKNOTT, Mary squatter Toolilie Hundred of Louth land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 21 Page 7 County Flinders

No 1

TUCKNOTT, William labourer Pt Lincoln 1853[-1859] Memorial 483/51 FIND TUNGKETTA AND TUNGALLA

TUCKNOTT, William stockholder Pt Lincoln 1878 Memorial 112/310

TUCKNOTT, William of Tungketta and Esther Tucknott his wife Hundred of Ward land grant 1880 Grant Book 48 Page 11 County Musgrave

TUCKNOTT, William sheepfarmer Tungketta trustee Institute Bramfield Bramfield (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 4 County Musgrave

TUCKNOTT, William sheepfarmer Tungalla linked with George Tucknott no description 1892 Memorial 5/413

TUCKNOTT, William sheepfarmer Tungalla, died 9/12/1894 Elliston. Executors: John Caldwell Crawford and Robert Hugh Crawford grocers Adelaide (Hindley St) Memorial 159/424

No 1

TUCKWELL, Charles Hobbs and William Henry TAYLOR commission agents and storekeepers Wilmington 1884 Memorial 82/358

TUCKWELL, Charles Hobbs storekeeper Wilmington and Hammond 1886[-1888] Memorial 56/374

TUCKWELL, Charles Hobbs storekeeper Wilmington 1889[-1902] Memorial 160/400

TUCKWELL, Charles Hobbs storekeeper Wilmington linked with Charles James Tuckwell storekeeper's assistant Wilmington 1893 Memorial 91/419

TUCKWELL, Charles Hobbs storekeeper Wilmington Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

No 1

TUDHOPE, John Murray gentleman North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 85/76

TUDHOPE, John Murray formerly of Adelaide then North Adelaide but now deceased father of Thomas John Madder Tudhope presently residing at 21 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland JM Tudhope's only son and heir at law. Janet Oliver BROWN formerly widow of JM Tudhope but now wife of Robert Ainslie Brown Supreme Court solicitor Edinburgh 1887 Memorial 28/383

TUDHOPE, John Murray bank teller married Jane MADDER both of Edinburgh, Scotland, on 20/6/1849 Edinburgh. The Tudhopes emigrated to SA. Two girls and a boy born of the marriage, not clear whether in Scotland or SA. John Murray Tudhope died 1859 North Adelaide. His son, Thomas John Madder Tudhope, returned to Scotland and was still alive in 1886 Application 25728

TUDHOPE, John Murray gentleman Adelaide 1854 . He died in 1859. His widow, Janet Oliver Tudhope, afterwards the wife of Robert Ainslie BROWN solicitor of Scotland, was still alive in 1911 in Scotland Application 25906

TUDHOPE, John Murray of North Adelaide died intestate. No date given. His only son, Thomas John Madder Tudhope gentleman 21 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, inherited land at Milang, Pt Adelaide, and in the Hundred of Moorooroo. He sold these properties to his sister, Janet Oliver BROWN wife of Robert Ainslie Brown solicitor Edinburgh, for £25. She appointed the firm of KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide, to manage the properties 16/9/1886 Deposit 24/1887

TUDOR, Emma spinster Terowie 1883 Memorial 11/351

No 1

TUDOR, Henry Edward and Nicholas Lechmere and William Owen farmers Adelaide 1857 Memorial 142/117

TUDOR, Henry Edward and Nicholas Lechmere and William Owen farmers formerly of Adelaide but now of Auburn 1862 Memorial 23/184

TUDOR, Henry Edward farmer Saddleworth, Nicholas Lechmere Tudor farmer Mt Bryan near Burra and William Owen Tudor farmer Bungaree near Clare all formerly of near Auburn 1865 Memorial 168/203

TUDOR, Henry Edward sheepfarmer Hallett Co Burra. Hundred of Anne land grant 1872[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 10 County Victoria

TUDOR, Henry Edward sheepfarmer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 92 County Burra

TUDOR, Thomas shoemaker Pt Wakefield 1867 Application 8686

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Andreas gentleman Hundred of Moorooroo 1874 Memorial 73/277

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Friedrich tailor near Tanunda linked with George Tümmel shoemaker Greenock 1874 Memorial 216/277, Application 13990

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, George bootmaker Nuriootpa 1860 Application 1627

No 1

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Rudolph storekeeper Greenock 1888 Application 21470

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Wilhelm Rudolph storekeeper Greenock 1908 Application 25503

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Wilhelm Rudolph storekeeper Greenock, father of Dorothea Rhoda Tümmel, born 4/9/1905 Application 26951

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Wilhelm Rudolph formerly storekeeper Greenock but now gentleman Tanunda 1927 Memorial 101/497

TUEMMEL/TUMMEL/TÜMMEL, Wilhelm Rudolph formerly storekeeper Greenock but then gentleman Tanunda, died 25/5/1932 Angaston. Husband of Henriette Dorothea Tümmel. Father of Leslie Helmke Tümmel, Henriette Florence Tümmel and Dorothea Rhoda Tümmel. Father-in-law of Ernest Murrie MUGG company secretary Highgate. Estate worth £10,938 Memorials 130 & 149/507

TUENDEMANN, Hugo Georg engineer Athelstone changed his name to Harold George BENNETT. Born 8/10/1898 Truro to Wilhelm Heinrich Christoph Tuendemann and Louise Marie Tuendemann nee GROSSER 1920 Memorial 68/480

No 1

TUGWELL, Joshual farmer Encounter Bay and Ruth Tugwell his wife 1894 Memorial 112/421

TUGWELL, Joshua carrier Pt Elliot 1911 Application 26013

TUGWELL, Joshua the Elder out of business Pt Elliot 1951 Application 28800

No 1

TUGWELL, William labourer Willunga 1855 Memorial 487/90

TUGWELL, William gardener Goolwa 1879 Memorial 185/314

TUGWELL, William gardener Goolwa, died 12/5/1915. Husband of Catherine Tugwell, who died 18/12/1915. Father of John Tugwell carrier Pt Elliot and Daniel Tugwell no description. Grandfather of William Thomas Tugwell baker Victor Harbor Memorials 12a/474 & 20/474

TUITE, John storekeeper Mt Gambier 1862[-1863] Memorial 189/183

TULLOCH, John Angus Senr surveyor Kuala Lumpur Selangor, Federated Malay States, died 13/2/1942 as a result of the Japanese sinking of HMS Giang Bee in the Banka Straits. Trustee; John Roland Tulloch architect Mt Barker Road, Leawood Gardens 1961. James Hugh Thomas MITCHELL accountant 11/19 Glengyle Ave, Woodville North (who died 27/5/1960) and Jean Paterson Mitchell his wife also associated with this estate Memorial 87/533

TULLOCH, John Kennedy blacksmith Gawler 1901[-1910] Memorial 236/443

No 1

TULLOCH, Thomas police constable Pt Adelaide 1876[-1882] Memorial 98/288

TULLOCH, Thomas storeman Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 159/325

TULLOCH, Thomas formerly police constable but now mariner Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 104/344

TULLOCH, Thomas seaman Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 22181

No 1 - possibly the same person

TULLOCH, William shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1919 Memorial 73/478

TULLOCH, W shipping agent Woodville 1929 Memorial 163/501

TULLOCK, David wheelwright Hookina. Trustee Cemetery Hookina (Hundred of Barndioota) allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 106 County Blachford

No 1

TULLY, Arthur James surgeon Gawler 1854 Memorial 212/69

TULLY, Arthur James apothecary Gawler 1854 Memorial 180/78

TULLY, Arthur James chemist Gawler 1856 Memorial 280/108

TULLY, Cicero farmer Lyndoch Valley and Ellen Tully his wife 1853 Memorial 485/56

No 1

TULLY, David labourer Gawler 1853 Memorial 1/53

TULLY, Ann widow Willaston near Gawler 1870 Memorial 209/245

TULLY, Ann widow Willaston near Gawler, died c1888. Mother of James Tully labourer Willaston (youngest son) and John Tully labourer Pekina Memorial 1/414

TULLY, Ann widow Willaston 1872, relict of the late David Tully labourer Gawler 1853. She could not write Application 12286

TULLY, Ann widow Willaston, died 9/4/1888. All her estate to be sold and two-thirds of the proceeds to her son, James Tully labourer Willaston, and one third to her son, John Tully labourer Pekina. Estate worth £10 Application 26670

No 1 - probably the same person

TULLY, Edward cabinetmaker The Glynde 1870 Application 10602

TULLY, Edward gardener Newton 1875 Application 14798

No 1 - possiby the same person

TULLY, James farmer Pt Gawler 1867 Memorial 71/224

TULLY, James farmer near Two Wells 1878 Application 16735

TULLY, James labourer Willaston 1893 Memorial 163/417

No 2

TULLY, James dairyman Thebarton 1891 Application 22041

No 1 - possiby the same person

TULLY, William land agent Thebarton 1850 Memorial 185/190

TULLY, William accountant Thebarton 1850 Memorial 150/245

TULLY, William secretary to the Hindmarsh United Building Society 1850 Memorial 312/23

TULLY, William Charles gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 190/81

TUMBER, Sarah spinster Section 289 near Cranbourne Survey B 1851 Memorial 254/34

TUME, Richard William baker Hindmarsh 1874[-1882] Memorial 53/277, Application 19478

No 1

TUMNEY, Barnard policeman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 455/66

TUMNEY, Barnard [formerly policeman Adelaide but now] farmer Gawler 1847[-1859] Memorial 87/10 Oddfellow Lodge Member 1857 Enrolment 61/39

TUMNEY, Barnard farmer Willaston 1855 Memorial 245/85

TUMNEY, Barnard farmer near Gawler 1860 Memorial 298/164

TUMNEY, Bernard farmer near Gawler father of Catharine MCGREGOR nee Tumney wife of Daniel McGregor wheelwright Gawler 1860 Memorial 203/165

TUMNEY, Bernard farmer formerly of near Gawler but now of Yandoit Pickpocket Vic 1861 Memorial 192/178

TUMNEY, Bernard of Newry, Ireland, emigrated to SA with his wife soon after their marriage, aboard the William Nichol in July 1840. A child called Catherine born to them soon after arrival. Bernard Tumney and his friend, Peter MCKEOWN who had grown up together in Newry and emigrated aboard the same vessel together, went to work for John REID Esquire Clonlea, Gawler. In April 1860, Catherine Tumney married Daniel MCGREGOR wheelwright Gawler. On 5/3/1861, Mrs McGregor gave birth to a daughter, and both died several days after that, the mother intestate. Soon after that, Bernard Tumney and Daniel McGregor left SA. Bernard Tumney a farmer at Yandoit Pickpocket Vic; Informant Peter McKeown farmer Mudla Wirra 20/9/1863 Application 6680

No 1

TUNBRIDGE, Henry currier?? Adelaide 1854 Memorial 261/79

TUNBRIDGE, Henry currier Norwood 1859[-1865] Memorial 346/150

TUNBRIDGE, John Thomas restaurant keeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1913 Memorial 35/470

TUNCKS, Samuel Roy labourer Alberton 1924 Application 27306

No 1

TUNE, George Lindsay labourer and Stephen Tune farmer Baker Gully. Jesse Gordon Tune labourer Silverton NSW linked with this family 1895 Memorials 199 & 200/423

TUNE, George Lindsay farmer Baker Gully 1914 Application 26353.

TUNE, Jesse Gordon labourer formerly of Silverton NSW now of Railway Town Broken Hill NSW 1914 Application 26353

No 1

TUNE, Richard and Stephen farmers Unley 1842 Application 13973.

TUNE, Richard farmer Holdfast Bay, and Charlotte Tune his wife 1845 Memorial 28/5 Farmer Sturt River near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 442/11

TUNE, Richard the Younger farmer Brighton, died 19/3/1850, from injuries sustained after accidentally falling from a dray, aged 41 years. Inquest into the accident. He was the son of Richard Tune the Elder labourer Bentworth, near Alton, Hants, England Application 13905

TUNE, Richard the Elder labourer Bentworth, near Alton, Hants, England, m 3/5/1799 in Bentworth parish church to Martha WESTON. His eldest son, Richard TUNE the Younger, was born 9/6/1810 Bentworth. He emigrated to SA in May 1838, where he died 19/3/1850 intestate, leaving a widow, Charlotte Tune, but no children. A younger son called Stephen TUNE water carrier, also emigrated to SA. Richard Tune the Elder appointed Stephen Tune to sell Richard Tune the Younger’s SA real estate, Section 213 Survey B 5/10/1850. Richard Tune the Elder died 26/1/1851 at Bentworth, aged 76 Deposits 521/1855, 522/1855

No 1

TUNE, Stephen carrier Adelaide 1849 Memorial 210/18

TUNE, Stephen water carrier Adelaide 1850 Son of Richard Tune labourer Bentworth near Alton, Hants, England, who died in or prior to 1855 and left S Tune all his SA estate Memorial 307/90, Application 13905

TUNE, Stephen carrier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 157/38

TUNE, Stephen farmer Aldinga 1859 Application 957

TUNE, Stephen farmer Section 813 Hundred of Kuitpo 1867[-1872] Memorial 5/223

TUNE, Stephen farmer Baker Gully near Clarendon 1872 Application 12147

TUNE, Stephen farmer Baker Gully about to marry Charlotte USHER widow Kangarilla relict of the late George Usher now deceased 1883 Memorial 19/348

TUNKIN, Thomas and Betsy Tunkin his wife no description had links with the WB RANDELL family of Gumeracha 1869 Memorial 74/348

TUNSTALL, John of Grote St, Adelaide 1875 Memorial 106/283

No 1

TUNSTALL, John William of Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 147 County Victoria

TUNSTALL, John William farmer Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1893[-1906] Memorial 164/417

TUNSTALL, Thomas livery stable keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 415/72

No 1

TUNSTEAD, James licensed victualler Littlehampton 1869[-1871] Memorial 230/239

TUNSTEAD, James innkeeper Littlehampton, died 30/12/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Deborah Tunstead, to settle the estate Memorial 169/328

TUOHY, Andrew farm labourer Telowie 1906 Memorial 218/455

TUOHY, John carrier Georgetown. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TUOHY, Michael labourer Onkaparinga River 1854 Memorial 427/66

TUOHY, Michael farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 19/139

TUOHY, Michael and REDDEN, Patrick farmers Light River 1859 Application 921

TUOHY, Michael farmer Tothill Creek 1860 Memorial 238/197

TUOHY, Michael and REDDEN, Patrick [He could not write] farmers Saddleworth 1862 Application 3631

TUOHY, Thomas blocker Telowie 1917 Memorial 123/475

TUOHY, Thomas Stephen mounted constable Willunga 1893 Application 22599

No 1 - perhaps the same person; or mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TUPPER, William carpenter Gawler River 1857[-1858] Memorial 215/119

TUPPER, William teacher Two Wells 1865 Memorial 40/209

TUPPER, William carpenter formerly of Gawler River 1850 but now of Mallala 1870 Application 11126

TUPPER, William farmer Mallala Hundred of Grace land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 32 County Gawler

TURBILL, Arthur Henry motorman Aveland Ave, North Norwood 1920 Application 26860

No 1

TURBILL, John Isaac blacksmith Magill and Mary Turbill [perhaps Mary Ann Turbill?] his wife 1854[-1872] Memorials 8/79, 189/261

TURBILL, Mary wife of John Isaac Turbill blacksmith Magill, mother of Thomas Francis Albert Turbill civil servant Magill 1888 Application 21335

No 1

TURBILL, William Scottney storekeeper Edward St, Norwood 1900[-1901] Memorial 74/440

TURBILL, William Scottney of 92 Edward St Norwood, died 24/5/1936. Family - William Frederick Scottney Turbill motor salesman North Norwood, Sydney Cuthbert Turbill, Frank Scottney Turbilll, Mary Helen MORCOMBE, Elsie May SPENCER, and Edith Annie QUAYLE wife of Alfred Charles Quayle storekeeper Westbourne Park Memorial 29/510

TURBILL, William Scottney widower out of business 92 Edward St, Norwood, died 24/5/1936. He left his £1,555 estate to 6 of his children - William Frederick Turbill motor salesman North Norwood, Sydney Cuthbert Turbill painter 4a Edward St Norwood, Frank, Mary Helen, Elsie May and Edith Annie Turbill - in equal shares after leaving his son, Arthur Ernest Turbill only £5 Application 28305

TURLEY, George sawyer Kooringa 1861 Memorial 167/180

TURLEY, James farmer Gordon in the Hundred of Kanyaka Co Newcastle 1891 Memorial 200/454

TURLEY, William labourer Old North Road and Caroline Turley his wife formerly Caroline STEVENS 1853 Memorial 54/57

TURNBER, Sarah spinster Section 289 Survey B 1851 Memorial 254/34

TURNBULL, Alexander Right tailor Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 105 County Robe

No 1 - perhaps the same person

TURNBULL, Andrew farmer Port Road 1867 Memorial 121/226

TURNBULL, Andrew farmer Harrogate 1875[-1879] Memorial 195/280

TURNBULL, Frederick Telford carter Gilbert St, Bowden-on-the-Hill 1937 Application 28059

No 1

TURNBULL, George Mathes gentleman Adelaide 1866 Deposit 137/1871

TURNBULL, George M bank manager Mt Gambier 1875[-1878] Memorial 52/316

TURNBULL, George M bank manager Adelaide 1879 Memorial 243/318

No 1

TURNBULL, James farmer Gawler Plains 1850 [-1856] Memorial 435/19

TURNBULL, James farmer Little Para 1855 Memorial 473/79

TURNBULL, James farmer Gawler Plains 1859 Application 317

TURNBULL, James farmer Para Hills 1859 Memorial 44/150

TURNBULL, James farmer Smithfield 1863 Memorial 70/218

TURNBULL, James farmer White Bank near Smithfield, died 1869. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Isabel Turnbull, during her widowhood, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his nephew, Alexander ADAMS Memorial 243/243

TURNBULL, Isabel widow Smithfield 1869, relict of the late James Turnbull farmer White Bank, Smithfield Application 10439

No 2

TURNBULL, James stock and share broker 36 Coleman St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Francis Daniel HODGE and James Robert CORPE both of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/5/1893 Deposit 58/1893

No 1

TURNBULL, James Thomson Esquire Adelaide. Probably a family relationship with George Mathes Turnbull gentleman Adelaide 1863 Deposits 104/1864, 137/1871

TURNBULL, James Thomson merchant Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 65/285, Application 16295

TURNBULL, James Thomson commission agent Adelaide 1877 Memorial 218/299

TURNBULL, James Thomson accountant Adelaide 1878 Memorial 230/304

TURNBULL, James Thomson gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1883 Memorial 126/349

TURNBULL, James Thomson agent Adelaide 1887 Enrolment 23/54

TURNBULL, James Thomson gentleman, formerly of Adelaide, but then late of the Junior Athenaeum Club, Piccadilly, Middlesex, died 26/3/1897. Executors William Aitken MALCOLM gentleman 29 Mincing Lane, formerly of 41 Seething Lane, London, Middlesex, and Frank Brinsley HARPER solicitor 15 Old Jewry Chambers, London, power of attorney to William LITTLE gentleman SA, to finalise his estate, including a life insurance policy with the AMP 9/4/1897 Deposit 15/1905 FIND

TURNBULL, James Thomson late of Adelaide, lately residing at the Junior Athenaeum Club, Piccadilly, London, Middlesex, England, died 26/3/1897. Frank Brinsley HARPER solicitor 75 Old Jewry Chambers, London, Middlesex, England, and William Arthur MALCOLM of 29 Mincing Lane, and late of 41 Seething Lane, London, executors for the Turnbull estate,

Power of attorney to William LITTLE of Adelaide, to finalise the estate 9/4/1897 Deposit 64/1897

No 1

TURNBULL, John mason Bowden 1868 Application 9332

TURNBULL, John bricklayer Bowden 1871[-1891] Memorial 163/251

No 2

TURNBULL, John secretary to the Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd of Currie St, Adelaide (in premises known as Austral Chambers formerly occupied by R BARR SMITH and Sir Thomas ELDER when the premises were called Australasian Chambers on pt Town Acre 109) 1889 Memorial 245/400

TURNBULL, John secretary Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 49/410

TURNBULL, Mary MacDouall widow perhaps formerly of Adelaide, but now of 9 Notting Hill Square, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 26/6/1866. By 22/9/1870, she was living at Springfield Villa, Bridge Road, St John’s Wood, Middlesex, and had sold 12 Sections of land in the Hundred of Kingston, to Alfred HALLETT Esquire Adelaide, for £1,071. He had paid £71 but had yet to raise the rest of the money. Power of attorney to William David SCOTT and John Warren BAKEWELL gentlemen Adelaide, to complete the sale of the land . Also to sell the real estate and settle the business affairs of her late brother, John MacDouall STUART Deposits 9/1867 & 206/1870

TURNBULL, Richard Telford carter Gilbert St, Bowden on the Hill 1923 Memorial 94/489

No 1

TURNBULL, Simon farmer Tatiara Hundred of Hynam land grant 1882 Grant Book 29 Page 167 County MacDonnell

TURNBULL, Simon farmer Hynam 1885 Memorial 221/371

TURNBULL, Thomas Scott gentleman Coolatoo, power of attorney to Edwin Sawtell BURKITT bank manager Kingston, to manage his SA business affairs 30/8/1871 Deposit 133/1871

TURNBULL, William Anthony of Aberdeen and Mary Turnbull his wife 1887[-1888] Memorial 211/382

TURNER, AH undertaker's assistant 22 Rundle St, Adelaide 1921 Application 29330

TURNER, Albert Thomas farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 68 County Carnarvon

TURNER, Alfred farmer Smith Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1906 Grant Book 11 Page 62 County Carnarvon

TURNER, B cycle enameller 98 Sydenham Road, Norwood 1922 Memorial 100/485

No 1

TURNER, Benjamin gardener Marden 1856[-1862] Memorial 65/98

TURNER, Benjamin labourer Payneham 1858 Memorial 239/140

TURNER, Benjamin labourer Marden 1873 Memorial 88/305

No 2

TURNER, Benjamin blacksmith Parkside 1876 Memorial 133/289

No 3

TURNER, Benjamin greengrocer Glanville 1882 Application 19098

No 1

TURNER, Bertha Caroline widow 329 Main North Road, Enfield linked with Blanche Turner widow 347 Main North Road, Enfield (natural love and affection) 1949 Memorial 181/524

TURNER, Bertha Caroline widow 329 Main North Rd, Enfield 1949 Application 28696

TURNER, Catherine formerly COOK lived on Section 456, Hundred of Booyoolie at a pepperorn rent for two years from 26/8/1883 Application 20554

No 1

TURNER, Celia Ann widow Gulnare. James and Richard Turner named but not described 1879 Memorial 166/319

TURNER, Celia Ann widow formerly of Yangya but now of Pt Elliot 1912 Application 26143

No 1

TURNER, Charles brickmaker Bowden 1850 Memorial 28/26 Brickmaker Brompton late 1850[-1855] Memorial 224/26

TURNER, Charles formerly brickmaker Mt Torrens but now farmer Mt Torrens 1862 Memorial 3/346

No 2

TURNER, Charles farmer Strathalbyn 1858[-1861] Memorial 279/146

TURNER, Charles farmer Angas Plains 1858 Memorial 403/147

No 3

TURNER, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 202/301

TURNER, Charles carpenter and Samuel Turner shipwright both of Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 29/404

TURNER, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Turner spinster Pt Adelaide 1912 Memorial 52/467

TURNER, Charles carpenter Dale St, Pt Adelaide, died c1914. Brother to Mary Ann Turner spinster Dale St, Pt Adelaide. Estate worth £400. Executor; Samuel Adolphus FISK sales manager Gurrs Road, Kensington Memorials 9 & 10/472

TURNER, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide, died 27/12/1914. His whole real and personal estate, including his share in property in Church and Dale Sts, Pt Adelaide, and on the Portland Estate, to his sister May Ann TURNER absolutely. Their father was Samuel Turner shipwright Pt Adelaide. The Turners had a sister Elizabeth FISK, a widow of Dale St, Pt Adelaide, who died 16/5/1912. Mother of Samuel Adolphus Fisk, sales manager Adelaide. Deposit 96/1920

No 4

TURNER, Charles farmer Marrabel 1889 Application 21696

TURNER, Charles Thomas carrier Adelaide 1842 Memorial 348/2

TURNER, Charles William labourer Adelaide and Mary Ann Turner his wife 1922 Memorial 60/485

TURNER, Clarence Percy farmer Hanson 1951 Memorial 75/526

No 1

TURNER, Clifford Thomas Kingsley drover Redruth 1913 Memorial 57/470

TURNER, Clifford Thomas Kingsley drover Aberdeen near Kooringa son of Thomas Turner drover Hampton near Kooringa 1935 Memorial 118/508, Application 27969

TURNER, Clifford Thomas Kingsley formerly drover Redruth but now grazier Burra North 1945 Application 28397

TURNER, Coll James merchant Greenock, Co Renfrew, Scotland, power of attorney to William Mackay engineer steamship Corio, presently in Melbourne Vic, to sell the Australian real estate of his son, John Turner, master of the steam ship Corio, of Greenock, who died intestate and without issue in c1854. He owed his father £1,547/7/3 on 3/2/1855, when the attorney was issued Deposit 370/1857

TURNER, Cyril Thomas of Pt Lincoln Secretary of the Pt Lincoln Baptist Church, aged 48 in 1951, declared that he had been born in Adelaide and had lived in the Pt Lincoln district for 27 years, part of that time in the vicinity of the Kirton Point Baptist Church Application 28808

TURNER, Daniel Norman stoker Pt Pirie 1947 Memorial 186/521

No 1

TURNER, Edward brickmaker Hindmarsh 1841[-1855] Memorial 51/79

TURNER, Edward labourer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 43/110

No 2

TURNER, Edward stonemason North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 457/31

TURNER, Edward stonemason Brighton 1853 Memorial 346/46

TURNER, Edward stonemason formerly of North Adelaide but now of Brighton 1854 Memorial 471/79

TURNER, Edward stone mason Brighton 1860 Application 1080

TURNER, Edward farmer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

TURNER, Edward farmer Brighton 1879 Memorial 240/316

TURNER, Edward builder Brighton 1887 Application 21216

TURNER, Elijah wool scourer Hindmarsh declared 1897 that he arrived in SA 1857 James Gardin [1859 James Jardine?]. A relative of his wife's, named PRATT, gave the Turners Allotment 57 in Hindmarsh, which Mr Pratt claimed he had received from his former employer, Governor Hindmarsh. The Pratts returned to England in 1859. The Turners fenced the allotment and began cultivating the land. In 1866. Elijah Turner built a two-roomed house and came to live there. Susannah Turner died in their home c1877. Sarah BRYANT wife of Henry Bryant currier Lindsay Circus, Hindmarsh, said that Mrs Turner had shown her the deeds which Governor Hindmarsh issued for the disposal of the allotment. This deed became lost when Elijah Turner went up to Yarcowinna in the North Application 23423

TURNER, Elizabeth widow Walkerville 1850 Memorial 96/26

TURNER, Ernest Marden salesman South Payneham and Olive Turner his wife 1929 Application 27779

TURNER, Fanny married woman High St, Willaston, aged 59 in 1958, declared that she married King Turner on 6/8/1921 and came to live in Willaston. The Turners rented a house from Charles Harvey PRING for 10/- a week for 5 years, when they removed to another home in nearby Paxton St, Willaston. Charles Harvey Pring died June 1926. His wife, Annie Elizabeth Pring, died April 1955 Application 29295

TURNER, FK butcher Adelaide (Gouger St) 1902 Application 24356

No 1

TURNER, FL company officer Adelaide 1923 Application 29678

TURNER, FL law clerk Adelaide 1913 Memorial 135/469

No 1

TURNER, Francis mason Salisbury 1856 Memorial 88/101

TURNER, Francis mason formerly of Salisbury but now of Kapunda 1861 Memorial 62/175

TURNER, Francis mason Kapunda 1864 Application 5299

TURNER, Francis mason Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

No 1

TURNER, Frederick farmer Hindmarsh Island 1862 Application 2961

TURNER, Frederick farmer Hindmarsh Island linked with William James Turner chemist Pt Adelaide 1874 Memorial 61/278

No 2

TURNER, F gentleman Blakiston 1875 Memorial 147/280

TURNER, Frederick Esquire Littlehampton 1882 Memorial 180/342

TURNER, Frederick Albert and John Castle Turner gentlemen Moralana 1891 Memorial 226/411

No 1

TURNER, Frederick Foote solicitor Adelaide (King William St) 1853 Memorial 195/55

TURNER, Frederick F solicitor Gawler 1855 Memorial 493/91

TURNER, Frederick Foote gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 52/323

TURNER, FF of the Lands Titles Office Adelaide 1881 Application 18788

TURNER, Frederick Foote gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1882[-1900] Application 19142

TURNER, Frederick Foote agent Adelaide 1886 Application 21022

TURNER, Frederick Foote Lands Titles Office solicitor Adelaide 1891 Application 22153

TURNER, Frederick Foote gentleman North Adelaide (Pennington Tce) and Constance Elizabeth Mathilde Turner his wife 1907 Memorial 73/485

No 1

TURNER, George splitter Adelaide 1837[-1838] Memorial 352/50

No 2

TURNER, George storekeeper North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 106/94

No 3

TURNER, George labourer East Auburn 1855 Memorial 409/93

TURNER, George landowner East Auburn 1856 Memorial 407/99

No 4

TURNER, George of Oakbank 1857 Memorial 268/129

No 5

TURNER, George gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12229

No 6

TURNER, George blacksmith Nairne 1885, had lived in the town since c1859 Application 20414

No 7

TURNER, George farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

TURNER, George farmer Smith Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon

TURNER, George farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island 1930 Memorial 56/503

No 8

TURNER, George labourer Marden 1893 Memorial 192/417

TURNER, George labourer Marden 1894 Application 22632

TURNER, George Davey secretary to the Shaw Savill & Albion Company 34 Leadenhall St, London, power of attorney to Alfred Stephen CHAPMAN Secretary to Elder, Smith & Co Ltd Adelaide, ‘To arrange for the transhipment of any passenger or passengers proceeding by our vessels to New Zealand via Pt Adelaide … or passengers simply booked at Pt Adelaide or have been transhipped there by reason of their coming home from New Zealand via Australia’ 1/7/1897 Deposit 73/1897

TURNER, George Edward farmer Wokurna 1886 Memorial 59/378

No 1

TURNER, George Henry Lieutenant 50th (Queens Own) Regiment of Adelaide Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 471 County Hindmarsh

TURNER, George Henry Major in Her Britannic Majesty’s Army Pay Department Belmont Road, Wrexam, Co Denbigh Wales, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON MLC Adelaide, to invest money in SA mortgage properties and manage their business 2/8/1888 Deposit 89/1888

No 1

TURNER, George Swords farmer Munno Para 1855 Memorial 310/91

TURNER, George Swords farmer Munno Para and Mary Ann Turner his wife 1856 Memorial 267/101

TURNER, George Swords carrier Hamilton on the Light 1868[-1869] Memorial 118/246

TURNER, George Swords carrier Hamilton on the Light 1870 Application 10716

TURNER, George Swords carrier Hamilton Co Light 1881 Application 18956

TURNER, George Swords formerly carrier 1869 but then storekeeeper Hamilton 1891 Application 23268

TURNER, Hamlet blacksmith Unley 1867 Application 8756

No 1

TURNER, Hannah school mistress Rose Hill, Stockport on the Gilbert 1879 Memorial 95/317

TURNER, Hannah formerly schoolmistress Rose Hill near Stockport but now widow Parkside 1887 Memorial 231/387

TURNER, HA secretary to the New Era Gold Mining Co Ltd 1889 Memorial 111/398

No 1

TURNER, Harold E law clerk Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 155/266

TURNER, Harold E articled clerk Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 31/295

TURNER, Harold E law clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 169/298

TURNER, Harold E clerk to RB ANDREWS QC of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 178/303

TURNER, Harold E clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 104/309

TURNER, Harold E solictor Pt Pirie 1879[-1884] Memorial 13/315

TURNER, Harold E solicitor Adelaide (Flinders St) 1891 Memorial 208/407

TURNER, Harold William James hotelkeeper Macclesfield 1947. Father of Ngari Turner spinster Macclesfield, born 23/11/1930 Memorial 138/521

No 1

TURNER, Harry agent Adelaide 1870[-1893] Memorial 19/250

TURNER, Harry accountant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 63/363

TURNER, Harry gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 186/385

TURNER, Harry accountant Adelaide 1890 Application 21953

TURNER, Harry accountant Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James COUNSELL acountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/8/1895 Deposit 52/1895

TURNER, Herry wheelwright Cradock Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 30 County Granville FIND CHECK CHRISTIAN NAME SPELLING

TURNER, Harry Tanko labourer Pt Lincoln 1947[-1948] Memorial 115/521

TURNER, Harvey accountant Adelaide 1886[-1895] Memorial 19/378

No 1

TURNER, Henry gardener North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 36/143

TURNER, Henry gardener formerly of North Adelaide 1858 but now of Hackney 1863 Application 4595

No 1

TURNER, Henry brickmaker Virginia 1865 Memorial 126/203

No 1

TURNER, Henry teamster Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 4 County Not named

No 1

TURNER, Henry bootmaker Thebarton 1886 Application 20942

No 1

TURNER, Henry the Elder farmer near Mallala, died 14/2/1893 Estate worth £800. Father of Richard Turner, Henry Turner the Younger, James Turner, George Turner and Thomas Turner all farmers near Mallala Memorial 189/416

TURNER, Henry G General Manager of the Commercial Bank of Australia no address 1887 Memorial 26/385

TURNER, Henry Joseph pastoralist Alice Springs NT linked with John Henry Turner pastoralist Malvern 1921 Memorial 9/484

No 1

TURNER, Henry William farmer Payneham and Elizabeth Jane Turner his wife 1884 Memorial 130/358

TURNER, Henry William labourer Payneham and Elizabeth Jane Turner, his wife 1885 Application 20580

TURNER, Henry William farmer Narracoorte and Elizabeth Jane Turner his wife 1900. Their son, Alfred Thomas Turner, was a gardener at Mylor Application 24104

TURNER, Hilda married woman Salisbury 1956 Application 29152

No 1

TURNER, Hugh of near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 477/14

TURNER, Hugh publican Adelaide 1849 Memorial 478/14

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

TURNER, Hugh stone mason Adelaide 1849 Memorial 380/78

TURNER, Hugh stonemason Magill 1854[-1858] Memorial 98/79

TURNER, Hugh stonemason formerly of Magill 1854 but now of Bowden 1863 Application 4400

TURNER, Hugh mason formerly of Kilkenny but now of Melbourne Vic 1878 Application 16802

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND - MY TESTS

TURNER, Isaac brickmaker Bowden 1850[-1853] Memorial 477/19

TURNER, Isaac teamster Black Springs 1863 Memorial 30/193

TURNER, Isaac teamster Glendore Black Springs Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

TURNER, Isaac farmer Coromandel Valley 1870[-1880] Memorial 173/248

TURNER, Isaac teamster Glendore had died by 1938. Father of Thomas Henry Turner farmer Black Springs Application 28122

No 1

TURNER, James carpenter & joiner Adelaide 1839 Memorial 347/59, Application 2262

TURNER, James carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 26912

TURNER, James gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 14249

TURNER, James carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 22367

TURNER, James wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of the Black Forest 1848 Memorial 450/10

TURNER, James wheelwright Black Forest 1848[-1860]. Linked with Samuel Henry Turner of Waymouth St, Adelaide Memorial 441/12

TURNER, James farmer Black Forest 1856[-1859] Memorial 214/119

TURNER, James gentleman South Road near Adelaide 1861 Memorial 412/179

TURNER, James gentleman Black Forest linked with John Turner farmer Payneham 1863 Memorial 123/187

TURNER, James wheelwright Black Forest, died 24/11/1887. Complicated set of trusts for the division of his £4,000 estate amongst his children: Martha, Jane and Mary Turner and John Turner. Other children spoken of but not named. John Turner had his share cut in several codicils - much of his share to go equally to his children by his wife Janet Turner. Wesleyan Home Mission and Contingent Fund received a bequest Memorial 72/389

No 2

TURNER, James sawyer Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 138/10

TURNER, James carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 145/56

No 3

TURNER, James upholsterer Adelaide (3 Bent St) 1853 Memorial 251/57

TURNER, James formerly upholsterer Adelaide but now of Great Queen St, Middlesex, England 1857 Memorial 124/119

TURNER, James upholsterer formerly of 8 Bent St, off Rundle St, Adelaide, but now of Great Queen St, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to William James Turner chemist and druggist Pt Adelaide, to sell Lot 16 in the village of Norwood 1/5/1856 Deposit 142/1857

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TURNER, James the Younger and John Stewart TURNER farmers Morphett Vale 1842. Memorial 178/2

TURNER, James farmer Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 320/15

TURNER, James the Elder gentleman Clarendon 1854 Clarendon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee Memorial 31/78

No 5

TURNER, James carpenter Inman Valley 1855 Memorial 53/118

TURNER, James farmer Inman Valley 1855 Memorial 133/81

TURNER, James farmer and landowner Inman Valley 1864 Memorial 196/196

No 6

TURNER, James farmer New Hamburgh 1867 Memorial 61/221

TURNER, James farmer Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 5/240

TURNER, James labourer formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Hindmarsh 1872 Memorial 3/262

No 7

TURNER, James storekeeper Brighton 1872 Application 11894

TURNER, James storekeeper Brighton 1873 Memorial 156/266

TURNER, James farmer Georgetown 1877 Application 16399

TURNER, James farmer Yangya, died 7/3/1879 intestate. Estate worth £3,200. Husband of Celia Ann Turner 1912 Memorial 76/467

No 8

TURNER, James farmer Mannanarie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 112 County Victoria

No 9

TURNER, James farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

No 10

TURNER, James labourer Stirling East 1883 Memorial110/347

No 11

TURNER, James farmer Edwardstown 1885 Application 20663

No 12

TURNER, James farmer Hallett 1885 Memorial 119/363

No 13

TURNER, James farmer Terowie 1885 Memorial 173/370

No 14

TURNER, James insurance agent Pt Lincoln 1943 Memorial 125/517

No 1

TURNER, James Andrew and Robert farmers Corney Point 1891 Memorial 237/409

TURNER, James Andrew and Robert Turner the Younger farmers Hundred of Carribie Co Fergusson 1898 Memorial 161/435

No 1

TURNER, James Cooper farmer Hackney 1884 Memorial 74/360

TURNER, James Cooper farmer Hackney 1884 Eldest son of William Turner farmer Hackney formerly Brighton. William Turner’s wife, Sophia Turner, died 9/5/1866 Brighton, of phthisis pulmonalis, aged 29 Application 20221

 

TURNER, James Henry clerk to WA POULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 299/140

TURNER, James Hilton farmer Pt Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 89/88

TURNER, James Indian butcher Magill 1891 Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 22095

No 1

TURNER, John gentleman Frithgrove Morphett Vale 1844 Memorial 67/4

No 2

TURNER, John shoemaker Adelaide 1847[-1854] Memorial 108/9

TURNER, John formerly shoemaker Adelaide 1850 but now gardener Payneham Rd 1866 Application 8041.

TURNER, John farmer Payneham 1869[-1876] Memorial 20/240

TURNER, John gardener Payneham 1873 Memorial 152/268

TURNER, John farmer near Payneham, died 19/10/1884. Husband of Ann Turner who lived at College Park by 1885. Father of Olive Turner and Mary Ann SEWELL wife of Henry Sewell gardener Payneham Memorials 200/484, 60/377

TURNER, John gentleman Payneham, died 19/10/1884 of diseased liver, gall stones and exhaustion, aged 68. His widow, Ann Turner, died 10/2/1908 Belgrave Tce, College Town, of morbus cordis, mitral disease and syncope, aged 88. Born in Dorset, England. In SA 50 years. Married aged 29. Two daughters living Application 26371

TURNER, John gardener Payneham, died 19/10/1884. His widow, Ann Turner, died 10/2/1908 Belgrave Tce, College Town, of morbus cordis and syncope, aged 88. Born in Dorset England, she had been in SA for 50 years. She married at 29 and had 2 daughters. Daughter Olive Turner 25 Payneham married 23/2/1878, Edmund Paul Max 24 traveller Adelaide (Father: George Ludewig Leppinus) on 23/2/1878 Jacob ABBOTT home Stepney. Minister: Jacob Abbott. Witnesses: Henry G Abbott farmer Stansbury and William LUDLOW traveller Stephney. By 1922, Max Leppinus was a gentleman of College Park Application 27084

TURNER, John gentleman Payneham, died 19/10/1884 of diseased liver, gall stones and exhaustion, aged 68. His widow, Ann Turner, died 10/2/1908 Belgrave Tce, College Town, of morbus cordis, mitral disease and syncope, aged 88. Born in Dorset, England. In SA 50 years. Married aged 29. Two daughters living Application 26371

TURNER, John gardener Payneham, died 19/10/1884. His widow, Ann Turner, died 10/2/1908 Belgrave Tce, College Town, of morbus cordis and syncope, aged 88. Born in Dorset England, she had been in SA for 50 years. She married at 29 and had 2 daughters. Daughter Olive Turner 25 Payneham married 23/2/1878, Edmund Paul Max LEPPINUS 24 traveller Adelaide (Father: George Ludewig Leppinus) on 23/2/1878 Jacob ABBOTT home Stepney. Minister: Jacob Abbott. Witnesses: Henry G Abbott farmer Stansbury and William LUDLOW traveller Stephney. By 1922, Max Leppinus was a gentleman of College Park Application 27084

No 3

TURNER, John shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 423/13

TURNER, John formerly shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1849 then Adelaide; but now out of business Adelaide 1877 Application 16352.

No 4

TURNER, John gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 281/55

TURNER, John storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 12/147

TURNER, John storekeeper Adelaide, [formerly of Rundle St but now of] Waymouth St 1858 Memorial 11/147

No 5

TURNER, John yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 374/49

TURNER, John yeoman Unley 1870, linked with Hamlet Turner blacksmith near Unley Application 11022

TURNER, John gardener Unley Road 1872 Memorial 84/263

TURNER, John formerly yeoman Adelaide 1853 but now gardener Unley 1875 Application 14234

No 6

TURNER, John bricklayer Magill 1854 Memorial 107/77

TURNER, John warder formerly of Magill but now of Collingwood Vic 1877 Memorial 242/303

TURNER, John formerly bricklayer Magill 1854 then warden of the Yarra Road Asylum Collingwood Vic by 1884 Application 20273

No 7

TURNER, John shoemaker Black Forest 1854 [Did John Turner shoemaker Adelaide go here before Payneham?] Memorial 44/64

No 8

TURNER, John nurseryman Brownhill Creek 1856 Memorial 382/98

No 9

TURNER, John miller Gawler 1858 Memorial 38/137

No 10

TURNER, John storekeeper Kooringa 1867 Memorial 6/221

TURNER, John storekeeper [formerly of Kooringa but now of] Smithfield 1873[-1875] Memorial 182/270

TURNER, John wheatbuyer near Smithfield 1875[-1876] Memorial 250/284

TURNER, John farmer formerly of Smithfield but now of the Hundred of Wandearah 1880[-1901] Memorial 33/328

TURNER, John farmer formerly of Smithfield but now of the Hundred of Wandearah 1883 Application 19565.

TURNER, John formerly storekeeper Smithfield but now farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1885 Application 20753.

No 11

TURNER, John butcher Adelaide and Eliza Turner his wife formerly Eliza MULLETT widow of Charles Mullett formerly farmer Oak Valley but now deceased 1870 Memorial 202/247

TURNER, Eliza widow Highbury, died 5/1/1891 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of 12 years' syncope and 7 months' hydrothrax Application 23314

No 11

TURNER, John gardener Campbelltown, became a bankrupt in 1871 Memorial 33/255

No 12

TURNER, John greengrocer Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13577

TURNER, John fruiterer Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 211/411

No 13

TURNER, John engineer Thebarton 1878 Application 16651

No 14

TURNER, John farmer Cape Jervis Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 37 Page 147 County Hindmarsh

No 15

TURNER, John out of business Largs Bay 1915 Application 26416

No 16

TURNER, John out of business Main North Rd, Enfield, aged 73 in 1943, declared that he had lived in the Enfield district all his life Application 28345

No 1

TURNER, John Fifield brewer Gawler 1850 Memorial 119/23

TURNER, John Fifield butcher Gawler 1851[-1853] Memorial 413/31

TURNER, John Fifield licensed victualler Gawler Plains 1855[-1856] Memorial 375/83

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TURNER, John Frederick butcher Adelaide 1885 Memorial 32/365

TURNER, John Frederick the Elder of Grote St, Adelaide, died 23/7/1892. His widow, Mary Ann Turner, died 28/1/1895. Parents of JF, William, Charles, Joseph and James Turner, Laura LOVELL, Marion HAYMAN, Fanny KIRBY, Emily STARR, and Annie BRODERICK Memorial 56/424

TURNER family 1895 - John Frederick Turner the Younger butcher Adelaide, William Turner bootmaker Adelaide, Charles Turner picture frame maker Adelaide, Joseph Turner labourer Hackney, James Turner saddler Adelaide, Laura LOVELL wife of Percy Lovell blacksmith Adelaide, Marian HAYMAN wife of Edward Hayman telegraph operator Mt Barker, Fanny KIRBY wife of Frank Kirby butcher Adelaide, Emily STARR wife of Alfred Starr butcher Adelaide and Annie BRODERICK wife of John Broderick butcher Adelaide Memorial 236/425

TURNER, John Frederick [formerly the Younger] butcher Adelaide (Gouger St) 1899 Memorial 57/437

TURNER, John Frederick formerly butcher Adelaide (Gouger St) but then out of business Cowandilla 1906[-1908], died 27/7/1908. His widow, Catherine Turner, died c1927 Memorials 119 & 121/497

TURNER, John Frederick formerly the Younger formerly butcher Gouger St Adelaide, but then out of business Cowandilla Villa (11 acres) Cowandilla, died 27/7/1908. His wife, Caroline Turner, to have all his personal estate absolutely. The real estate to go into trust. Caroline Turner to have a life interest in Cowandilla Villa, then a life interest to his daughter Mary BENBOW wife of William Benbow clerk Henley Beach [by 1914 commercial clerk Robsart St Parkside]. Afterwards, the house to be sold and the funds to be distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of Mary Benbow. The Reedbeds Estate to be rented out and the profits to go to JF Turner's sister, Emily STARR, for life absolutely, then the land to be sold and the proceeds placed in trust partly to provide an annuity for Caroline Turner for life if she were still alive, or until her remarriage, the remainder of the income divided equally amongst the daughters of Emily Starr, then to these daughters in equal shares absolutely following their mother's death. House in Rowland Rd, Hilton, now being built, to his daughter Mary Benbow for life, then absolutely to his loyal retainer Maggie CARTER 'for many years in the employ of my wife and myself in recognition of her faithful services'. Rents from shop on Town Acre 396 on the corner of Gouger and Lowe Sts, Adelaide, to be divided into thirds - to his wife for life or during her widowhood, another third to each of of his sisters Annie BRODERICK wife of John Broderick and Fanny KIRBY wife of Frank Kirby for their lifetimes, then when the above people had died, the property to be sold and the proceeds given equally absolutely in remainder expectant to the children of Annie Broderick and Fanny Kirby. A house on the Cowandilla Villa Estate to be left to his sisters Mrs Starr and Mrs Kirby for their lifetimes as a place for them to live in, then to become part of the Cowandilla Villa Estate again. A portion of broadacres in the Hundred of Adelaide to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely amongst his half brothers and sisters Marion HAYMAN wife of FE Hayman surveyor Adelaide, Laura LOVELL wife of Percy Lovell farrier Adelaide, Charles Turner, Joseph Turner and William Turner. William Turner also to get lot 45 at Cowandilla absolutely. The rest of the estate to be sold and the money put into a trust fund for the income to Caroline Turner for life, then to Mary Benbow for life, then the fund to be distributed in equal shares for the children of Mary Benbow absolutely in remainder expectant. The whole estate worth £10,763. Caroline Turner died 7/3/1912 Henley Beach Road, Mile End, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 57. Born in Adelaide. Married at 18. One daughter Application 26319

TURNER, John Newman farmer Para Plains 1854 Memorial 172/69

TURNER, John Robert Esquire Fitzroy near North Adelaide 1887 Memorial 148/386

No 1

TURNER, John Sargent gentleman Acting manager of the Union Bank of Australia Adelaide 1853 Memorial 235/47

TURNER, John Sergent of Brisbane, Moreton Bay 1855 Memorial 229/107

TURNER, John Sargent gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Moreton Bay NSW 1856 Memorial 92/108 Bank manager Moreton Bay NSW 1856 Memorial 113/108

TURNER, John Sargent Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Brisbane Moreton Bay NSW 1856 Memorial 94/110

TURNER, John Sargent gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Brisbane in the District of Moreton Bay in the colony of NSW 1857 Memorial 202/125

No 1

TURNER, John Stewart gentleman Morphett Vale 1842[-1849] Memorial 179/2

TURNER, John Stewart timber merchant Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 62/23

TURNER, John Stewart timber merchant Adelaide and Margaret Turner his wife daughter of RF MACGEORGE merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 138/54

TURNER, John Stewart timber merchant North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 154/52

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

TURNER, John Stewart gentleman Para Vinery near Virginia, and Margaret Turner his wife 1859 Applications 531/ 532.

TURNER, John Stewart yeoman Para Vinery 1866[-1867] Memorial 7/215

No 1

TURNER, John Thomas greengrocer Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 70/256

TURNER, John Thomas out of business Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 104/355

TURNER, John Thomas formerly greengrocer Pt Adelaide but now gardener Tea Tree Gully 1898 Application 23589

No 1 - probably the same person

TURNER, John William farmer Payneham 1868[-1884] Memorial 157/355, Application 20050

TURNER, John William gardener Evandale 1885 Application 20580

No 1

TURNER, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1840 but now of Walkerville 1848 Application 21942

No 2

TURNER, Joseph farmer Hundred of Talunga 1865 Memorial 51/204

No 3

TURNER, Joseph draper Gawler 1874 Memorial 21/274

TURNER, Joseph draper Gawler Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 281 County Fergusson

TURNER, Joseph storekeeper Snowtown linked with Emma Turner spinster Gawler 1882 Memorial 61/340

TURNER, Joseph JP of Snowtown 1885 Memorial 221/369

TURNER, Joseph storekeeper Snowtown 1886[-1919] Memorial 153/374

TURNER, Joseph storekeeper Snowtown son-in-law and executor for the late Edmund PARNELL formerly butcher Kadina now deceased. Estate worth £4,560 1891 Memorial 48/409

TURNER, Joseph and Tom Porter Turner storekeepers Snowtown 1887 Memorial 214/382

No 4

TURNER, Joseph splitter Whites Forest Co Frome. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 146 County Victoria

No 5

TURNER, Joseph farmer Coromandel Valley, power of attorney to Claude Johnson Samuel SHUTTLEWORTH and Thomas LETCHFORD agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/5/1882 Deposit 167/1882

No 6

TURNER, Joseph farmer Coromandel Valley 1883 Memorial 189/352

No 7

TURNER, Joseph storekeeper Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 467 County Daly

No 8

TURNER, Joseph of Teetulpa 1891 Memorial 37/407

No 9

TURNER, Joseph farmer Cradock 1895 Memorial 137/425

TURNER, Joseph Porter farmer near Snowtown. Snowtown District Hospital trustee 1926 Memorial 181/494

No 1

TURNER, Joshua cooper Mt Barker District 1847 Memorial 262/8 Of Blakiston 1848 Memorial 98/13 Cooper Brown St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 290/17

TURNER, Joshua cooper Blakiston early 1855 Memorial 101/93

TURNER, Joshua cooper Pt Adelaide late 1855 Memorial 301/93

TURNER, Joshua cooper Pt Adelaide, died 10/1/1870 intestate. His widow, Nancy Turner, gained letters of administration for his estate worth £150 1882 Application 19098.

TURNER, Josiah cabinetmaker Geelong Vic 1853[-1854] Norwood allotments purchase Memorial 332/47

No 1

TURNER, Kendrick Alfred 22 bachelor labourer Gawler South (Father: John Browning Turner) married Rachel ABERCROMBY 27 spinster Gawler South (Father: Adam Abercromby) on 8/9/1871 St George Gawler. Minister: WH COOMBS Witnesses: Thomas REYNOLDS builder Hindmarsh and Duncan MCRAE farmer Milang Application 26318

TURNER, Kendrick farmer Merriton and Rachel Turner formerly Rachel ABERCROMBIE his wife 1884 Memorial 96/360

TURNER, Kendrick Alfred farmer Wokurna 1886[-1889] Memorial 59/378

TURNER, Kendrick Alfred farmer Alford trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel prob at Alford 1887 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

TURNER, Lillie Alice May married woman Wayville 1927 Application 27592

TURNER, Mahomie married woman Aberdeen 1934 Application 27932

No 1

TURNER, Mary widow Walkerville 1852 Memorial 326/40

TURNER, Mary widow Kensington 1853[-1859] Memorial 182/55

TURNER, Mary widow Norwood 1860 Memorial 106/161

TURNER, Mary widow Norwood mother of Esther Ann Turner spinster Norwood 1862 Memorial 244/181

TURNER, Mary widow formerly of Walkerville but now of Pt Elliot 1867 Memorial 171/225

No 1

TURNER, Mary Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1920 Memorial 176/481

No 2

TURNER, Mary Ann widow 31 High St, Burnside, died 27/5/1938. Step-mother of Clarence Edward Turner of Waikerie. Violet May MILNES of Strathalbyn also a beneficiary. Probably relict of Charles William Turner stableman High St, Burnside, who died 18/10/1933 Parkside Mental Hospital,of senility and myocardial degeneration, aged 80. Born Crafers. Remarried at 46. No family Memorials 115 & 117/512

TURNER, Myrtle Annie of Marden Road, Marden 1904 Memorial 69/452

TURNER, Ralph gentleman Friedrichstadt 1850 Memorial 390/21

TURNER, Raymond Stanmore chartered accountant Godfrey Tce, Leabrook 1953 Memorial 53/528

No 1

TURNER, Richard draper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 219/19

TURNER, Richard draper and ship owner Adelaide (Rundle St), declared bankrupt on 21/2/1856 Memorial 180/108

No 2

TURNER, Richard carpenter White Valley near Aldinga 1855 Memorial 262/87

TURNER, Richard carpenter Aldinga 1856 He owned land to the east of the Government Road 'leading through the Aldinga scrub' Memorial 326/95

TURNER, Richard builder White Valley near Willunga 1857 Memorial 7/132

TURNER, Richard builder Aldinga 1859 Memorial 169/153

No 3

TURNER, Richard farmer and carter Nailsworth 1879 Memorial 69/314

No 4

TURNER, Richard gardener Blackwood 1902 Memorial 50/446

No 1

TURNER, Richard James miller Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 226/31

TURNER, Richard James miller Gawler 1853 Memorial 149/55

Memorial 10/53

TURNER, Richard James miller Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1854 Memorial 450/72

TURNER, Richard James miller formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1857 Memorial 202/121

TURNER, Richard James Esquire Gawler Hills 1860 Application 1923

TURNER, RJ Special Magistrate Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 214/281

TURNER, Amelia Selina widow Semaphore relict of the late Richard James Turner now deceased 1892 Memorial 173/413

TURNER, Richard William Ernest clerk to Messrs BAGOT, SHAKES & LEWIS Ltd of Adelaide 1908 Memorial 17/460

TURNER, Richard William Ernest licensed land broker Adelaide 1913 Application 26254

No 1

TURNER, Robert farmer Clarendon 1854 Memorial 332/64

TURNER, Robert farmer Clarendon 1862 Application 3437.

TURNER, Robert farmer Clarendon. Clarendon Baptist Chapel trustee 1875 Memorial 91/283

No 2

TURNER, Robert licensed victualler Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 254/87

TURNER, Robert licensed victualler Stepney 1861 Application 2217

TURNER, Robert licensed victualler Stepney 1864[-1865] Memorial 329/195

TURNER, Robert licensed victualler Payneham 1875 Memorial 250/291

TURNER, Robert licensed victualler Payneham, died 22/4/1883 Memorial 230/391

No 3

TURNER, Robert butcher Gawler 1855 Memorial 296/90

No 4

TURNER, Robert labourer now or formerly of the Onkaparinga District 1855 Memorial 64/89

No 5

TURNER, Robert farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

TURNER, Robert farmer Hundred of Carribie Co Fergusson 1898 Memorial 28/435

TURNER, RWE stock broker Adelaide (36 Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) 1920 Application 26839

No 1

TURNER, Samuel carpenter Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 94/30

TURNER, Samuel shipwright Pt Adelaide; father of Charles Turner carpenter Pt Adelaide, Elizabeth FISK widow Pt Adelaide and Mary Ann Turner spinster Pt Adelaide 1890 Memorial 29/404

No 2

TURNER, Samuel draper Hamilton on the Light 1861 Memorial 280/177

No 3

TURNER, Samuel miner near Moonta 1867 Memorial 159/218

No 1

TURNER, Samuel Henry clerk to William Augustus POULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 495/6

TURNER, Samuel Henry law writer Adelaide 1847[-1870] Memorial 424/8

TURNER, Sarah widow Marden 1881 Application 18594

No 1

TURNER, Sydney M clerk to Messrs MANN, THORNTON, & HAY solicitors Adelaide 1885 Memorial 220/364

TURNER, Sydney M law clerk Jamestown 1893 Memorial 105/417

TURNER, Sydney M clerk to Hillary BOUCAUT solicitor Jamestown 1902 Memorial 224/445

No 1

TURNER, Thomas clerk to the Storekeeper-General Adelaide 1839 Memorial 414/72 Application 18215

TURNER, Thomas clerk Bowden 1854 Memorial 242/325

TURNER, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 455/91

No 2

TURNER, Thomas gentleman Walkerville 1848 Memorial 418/11

TURNER, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale, died 23/3/1849 effusion of the lungs, aged 40. His widow, Elizabeth Turner, died 23/1/1853 Walkerville, of consumption, aged 50 An interesting map of Walkerville in this Application Application 19485

TURNER, Thomas joiner Lancs, England (Parents: John Turner farmer Ormskirk, Lancs, and Ann Turner, his wife) m 16/2/1832 Manchester Friends Meeting House, Elizabeth SWITHENBANK widow of Jeffrey Swithenbank and daughter of David LEES spinner Oldham, Lancs, and Margaret Lees, his wife. Their eldest son was Richard TURNER, born 2/12/1832 at Manchester. Thomas Turner was now a tea merchant. The Turner family emigrated to SA and settled at Walkerville. By 1855, the parents had died. Their son, William Turner carpenter Adelaide, gave the above background information, and said that he was also a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Turner. She had no family by her first marriage Deposit 611/1855

TURNER, Thomas gentleman Walkerville died late 1848/early 1849. All personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Turner absolutely. The real estate to be sold and placed in trust for his wife to receive the interest for the rest of her life ‘independent of the control of any after taken husband who is not to intermeddle therewith’. After her death, the principle to be shared out equally absolutely in remainder expectant among the children of the marriage. Trustees Joseph and Frederick MAY farmers Mt Barker Enrolment 57/16

No 3

TURNER, Thomas yeoman Cherry Gardens 1849 Application 19119

TURNER, Thomas farmer Cherry Gardens 1853 Memorial 159/52

TURNER, Thomas farmer Coromandel Valley. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1865 Grant Book 2 Page 26 County Adelaide

TURNER, Thomas farmer Coromandel Valley 1869 Memorial 239/237

No 4 - perhaps the same person

TURNER, Thomas gentleman Hurtle Vale 1842 Memorial 190/95

TURNER, Thomas gentleman Wellington 1854[-1857] Memorial 40/74

No 5

TURNER, Thomas labourer Redruth and Mahomie Turner his wife 1898 Memorial 18/436

TURNER, Thomas drover Hampton 1903 Memorial 190/449

TURNER, Thomas drover Hampton near Redruth 1911 Memorial 173/465

TURNER, Thomas drover Hampton 1934, declared that he had been familiar with features in the Hundred of Kooringa for 40 years Application 27932

TURNER, Thomas drover Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 7/2/1937. Father of Clifford Thomas Kingsley Turner drover Aberdeen and Hilda Olive Turner spinster Aberdeen. Estate worth £2,900 Memorial 9/511

TURNER, Thomas A of the Para Plains 1857 Memorial 56/135

No 1

TURNER, Thomas Baiss blacksmith Walloway township 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 452 County Dalhousie

TURNER, Thomas Baiss storekeeper Hamilton on the Light 1891 Application 23268.

TURNER, Thomas Baiss storekeeper Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1892 Memorial 152/412

No 1

TURNER, Thomas Brown farmer near Salisbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

TURNER, Thomas Brown of Crystal Brook 1886[-1895] Memorial 182/373

TURNER, Thomas Brown farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 393 County Victoria

TURNER, Thomas Henry farmer Black Springs 1938 Application 28122

TURNER, Thomas Newman farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 266/49

No 1

TURNER, Tom Porter draper Snowtown and Fanny Turner his wife 1891. Likely to be a daughter of John DAWKINS farmer Gawler River Application 22131

TURNER, Tom Porter storekeeper Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1906[-1910]

Grant Book 14 Page 163 County Daly

No 1

TURNER, Walter Octavius Sharon blacksmith Kangarilla 1926[-1927] Memorial 164/494

TURNER, Walter Octavius Sharon blacksmith Kangarilla 1928 Application 27640.

No 1

TURNER, William currier Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 233/7

No 2

TURNER, William farmer Brighton and Sophia Turner his wife daughter of William COLLINS gentleman Brighton 1853 Memorial 226/55

TURNER, William farmer formerly of Brighton but now of Stone Hut 1863 Memorial 73/360

TURNER, William farmer Brighton 1868 Application 8990.

No 3

TURNER, William farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1862] Memorial 175/79

No 4

TURNER, William farmer Pt Elliot 1858[-1891] Memorial 343/148

TURNER, William farmer Waterport 1859 Memorial 196/149

No 5

TURNER, William farmer Hundred of Light 1859 Memorial 131/151

TURNER, William farmer near Freeling 1864 Memorial 288/194

No 6

TURNER, William storekeeper Nuriootpa 1865 Memorial 31/206

No 7

TURNER, William labourer Yangalla Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria FIND CO NAME

No 8 - perhaps the same family

TURNER, William greengrocer Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16038

TURNER, Mrs fruiterer Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16843

No 9

TURNER, William teamster Jamestown. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 187 County Victoria

No 10

TURNER, William farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

TURNER, William farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 167 County MacDonnell

No 11

TURNER, William farmer Black Springs 1903[-1921] Memorial 88/449

TURNER, William farmer Black Springs, died 9/5/1926 Kooringa. Father of Winfred Howard Turner farmer Black Springs, Mary Turner spinster Black Springs and 3 other unnamed spinster daughters Memorial 53/496

No 12

TURNER, William limeburner Willaston near Gawler 1947 Memorial 58/522

No 13

TURNER, William merchant 58 Stephens Ave, Torrensville 1941 Memorial 118/515

No 1

TURNER, William Beatty gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 261/138

TURNER, William Beatty merchant Adelaide, about to proceed to England, power of attorney to John Bentham NEALES Esquire Adelaide, to manage his interests in lease land at Echunga being used for mining purposes. Members of the company (which is not named) Richard SMART, James GILES, Alfred FRANCE, Bryan BLUNDELL, William Beatty TURNER 18/6/1858 Deposit 336/OA

TURNER, William Fuller currier Hindmarsh 1844[-1854] Memorial 261/4

No 1

TURNER, William Hardy wheelwright Clarendon 1855 Memorial 272/92

TURNER, William Hardy farmer Milang 1857 Memorial 275/118

TURNER, William Hardy (not Harvey) farmer Point Sturt 1861 Application 2393

TURNER, William Hardy farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Baker land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 7 County Russell

TURNER, William Hardy farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Baker land grant 1872 Grant Book 54 Page 9 County Russell

No 1 – the Elder

TURNER, William Henry farmer Point Sturt Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 5 County Hindmarsh

No 2 – the Younger

TURNER, William Henry the Younger farmer Point McLeay Hundred of Baker land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 10 County Russell

No 3

TURNER, William Henry butcher Waukaringa Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

TURNER, William Hurdman bootmaker Kooringa 1878[-1894] Memorial 217/312

No 1

TURNER, William James druggist Pt Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 356/28

TURNER, William James chemist and druggist formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in England 1858 Memorial 349/141

TURNER, WIlliam James Esquire Willow Glen Third Creek 1859 Memorial 20/161

TURNER, William James Esquire Magill 1860 Memorial 128/166

TURNER, William James Esquire Willow Glen Third Creek 1860 Application 1142s

TURNER, William James Esquire Third Creek 1861[-1874] Memorial 194/175

TURNER, William James formerly chemist Pt Adelaide 1855 but now gentleman Third Creek near Magill 1863. Probably related to Frederick Turner farmer Hindmarsh Island Application 4711

TURNER, William James Esquire Magill 1866 Application 7182

TURNER, William James druggist formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Third Creek 1874 Application 13801

TURNER, William James formerly druggist Pt Adelaide 1854 but now gentleman Third Creek 1873 Application 12855

TURNER, William James gentleman Magill 1877[-1883] Application 15609, Application 19720

TURNER, William James JP Third Creek 1881 Application 18616

TURNER, William James gentleman Magill, power of attorney to Frederick Turner gentleman Littlehampton, to manage his SA business affairs 26/8/1882 Deposit 287/1882

TURNER, William John labourer Noarlunga 1934 Application 27956

No 1

TURNER, William Thomas blacksmith Enfield 1913 Memorial 103/469

No 2

TURNER, William Thomas farmer near Kingscote Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon

TURNER, William Thomas farmer Kingscote KI and Mary Catherine Isabella Turner his wife 1923 Memorial 16/487

TURNER, William Thomas farmer formerly of Kingscote Kangaroo Island but now of Mintaro and Mary Catherine Isabella Turner his wife 1925 Memorial 178/492

No 1

TURPIN, Adam labourer Nailsworth 'on the road to Gawler' 1847 Memorial 380/9

TURPIN, Adam labourer Nailsworth, died 29/12/1848, of cerebral disease, aged 50 Application 24248.

TURPIN, Mary widow Nailsworth 1851 Memorial 243/35

TURPIN, Mary nee WARE widow of Adam Turpin Nailsworth, died 4/2/1864, of cancer, aged 60 Application 24248.

TURPIN, Henry storekeeper Crystal Brook Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 371 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

TURPIN, James labourer Magill 1848[-1850] Memorial 231/13

TURPIN, James farmer Yatala Plains 1852 Memorial 227/42

TURPIN, James formerly farmer Yatala Plains but now miner Castlemaine Vic 1854 Memorial 474/65

No 1 - probably the same person

TURPIN, John sawyer New Tiers sold land at Norwood 1850 Memorial 231/27

TURPIN, John yeoman Hay Valley near Nairne 1855[-1856] Memorial 371/82

TURPIN, John farmer Hay Valley near Nairne 1879 Memorial 26/314

No 1

TURPIN, Thomas labourer Reedbeds 1850 Memorial 216/23

TURPIN, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 362/63

No 1

TURRELL, Esau farmer Currency Creek 1868[-1876] Memorial 148/402

TURRELL, Esau of Currency Creek and Rebecca Turrell his wife 1879 Memorial 236/316

TURRELL, Esau farmer formerly of Currency Creek but now of Goolwa and Rebecca Turrell his wife 1885 Memorial 50/367

No 1

TURRELL, Jacob farmer Goolwa 1858 Memorial 185/141

TURRELL, Jacob farmer Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

TURRELL, Jacob farmer Goolwa 1876. He died 8/3/1877 Memorials 70 & 71/420

No 1

TURTON, HH of Lockleys 1850 Memorial 17/24

TURTON, HH of the Savings Bank Adelaide 1856 Memorial 128/111

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse Esquire Beaumont 1860 Application 1773

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse gentleman Adelaide 1863 Application 4363

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse Accountant Savings Bank of SA Adelaide 1864[-1866] Memorial 63/199

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse Esquire Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse Esquire Adelaide and Caroline Louisa Turton his wife formerly DALY 1872 Memorial 180/258

TURTON, Henry Hobhouse gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1888 Memorial 221/391

No 1

TURTON, James brickmaker Brompton 1880 Memorial 83/320

TURTON, James brickmaker Brompton 1881 Application 18162

TURTON, James contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

No 1

TURTON, Matthew gentleman Alberton 1849 Memorial 312/14

TURTON, Matthew commercial clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1852[-1853] Memorial 163/322

TURTON, Matthew commercial clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Richard ADAMS merchant’s clerk Adelaide, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his SA business affairs 14/12/1852 Deposit 80/1889

No 1

TURTON, Robert quarryman Glen Osmond 1851 Memorial 276/36

TURTON, Robert formerly quarryman Glen Osmond late brick and pottery proprietor Waratah near Newcastle NSW, died 1891. The children of Robert Turton included Thomas Turton plumber Tamworth NSW, Agnes Ada WENHAM wife of William Wenham farmer Clareval NSW, Frank Turton steam brick maker East Maitland NSW, and Fanny MCCOY wife of Thomas McCoy bootmaker Sydney NSW. Frederick PRITCHARD chaff merchant Prospect was the family local agent in SA, when they sold their father's land in Nailsworth 1909 Application 25559

No 1 - possibly the same person

TURVER, James farmer Fullarton 1849 Memorial 403/17

TURVER, James labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 169/30

TURVER, James labourer Glen Osmond 1878 Memorial 194/308

TURVEY, Charles Lumley gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 216/12

No 1

TURVEY, Donald James blacksmith Milang linked with Margaret Turvey widow Milang 1914 Memorial 26/471

TURVEY, Donald James blacksmith Milang 1919 Memorial 74/478

TURVEY, Joseph labourer Milang 1858 Memorial 200/146

TURVEY, Kenneth James dairy farmer Milang. Trustees of The Church of Christian Disciples West Milang 1945 Application 28427

No 1

TURVEY, Thomas blacksmith Milang 1887[-1895] Memorial 239/384

TURVEY, Thomas machinist Milang 1890 Memorial 55/402

TURVEY, Thomas blacksmith Milang, died 17/5/1909. Husband of Margaret Turvey Memorial 111/461

TURVEY, Margaret widow Milang, died 28/10/1927 Kaniva Vic. Relict of the late Thomas Turvey formerly blacksmith and machinist Milang, who died 17/5/1909. Mother of Donald James Turvey farmer Milang , Laurie Percy Turvey railway station master Milang and Marion Isabel PAVY 1927 Memorials 152/498 & 194/498

No 1

TURVEY, William yeoman and Caroline STEPHENS[should be STEVENS] 32 dressmaker married 13/6/1849 Caroline Stephens’ residence The Pinery Enfield. Application 4531

TURVEY, William yeoman North Road 1850 Memorial 299/26

TURVEY, William landowner Enfield 1852 Memorial 167/43

TURVEY, William labourer Enfield 1853[-1855] Memorial 281/56

TURVEY, William farmer Enfield 1856. Memorial 307/102

TURVEY, William postmaster Enfield 1859 Memorial 44/153

TURVEY, William storekeeper Enfield 1877 Memorial 94/300

TURVEY, Caroline formerly Caroline STEVENS widow Adelaide 1847 but then wife of William Turvey storekeeper Enfield, died 23/10/1877 intestate. Her estate worth £100 Application 16764

TURVEY, William postmaster Enfield 1878 Application 16642

TURVEY, William storekeeper Enfield 1883 Application 19572

TUSHY, Michael labourer The Onkaparinga 1851 Memorial 103/30

No 1

TUTHILL, Strettel Jackson gentleman Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 150/133

TUTHILL, Strettel Jackson gentleman O'Halloran Hill 1862 Memorial 97/184

No 1

TUTT, George fellmonger Robe 1879 Memorial 235/315

TUTT, George fellmonger formerly of Robe but now of Mitcham 1898 Memorial 209/435

No 1

TUTT, William carter Kensington 1856 Memorial 391/98

TUTT, William groom and gardener Kensington, died c1890. Mary Ann Tutt probably his wife Memorial 119/407

TUTT, William groom and gardener High St, Kensington, died 28/9/1890. Estate worth £30. He left his whole estate to his widow, Mary Anne Tutt. The Tutts had come to live in Kensington in 1856, when they built a home on their lot Application 23961

TUTT, Mary Ann widow High St, Kensington, died 23/2/1900. Estate worth £220. Executor; Robert Jonathan AUSTEN labourer High St, Kensington Memorial 241/439

No 1

TUXFORD, AJ clerk Adelaide 1882[-1884] Memorial 114/338

TUXFORD, AJ articled clerk Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 6/385, Application 26398.

No 1

TUXFORD, John Lefevre builder Adelaide 1840[-1841] Application 19659

TUXFORD, John Lefevre gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 153/110

TUXFORD, John Lefevre importer Adelaide 1862[-1874] Memorial 135/180

TUXFORD,Walsingham Weston publican Sportsman's Hotel, Adelaide 1871 Memorial 150/287

No 1

TUXFORD, William Wedd gentleman Adelaide 1857 Memorial 288/120

TUXFORD, William Wedd merchant Adelaide 1859 Memorial 318/148

TUXFORD, William Wedd importer Adelaide 1864[-1875] Memorial 59/210

No 1

TWARTZ, Adolph Martin farmer Sutherlands 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

TWARTZ, Adolph Martin farmer Willaston, and Johanne Emilie Twartz, his wife 1923 Application 27142

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TWARTZ, Christian farmer Stony Creek Hundred of Talunga 1860 Memorial 89/163

TWARTZ, Christian the Younger farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Melville land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

TWARTZ, Christian the Younger of Minlacowie and Yorketown 1887 Memorial 61/388

TWARTZ, Christian the Younger farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

No 1

TWARTZ, Matthes farmer Brentwood Hundred of Melville land grant 1895 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

TWARTZ, Matthew farmer Yorketown Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1892 Grant Book 19 Page 148 County Fergusson

TWARTZ, Matthew farmer Brentwood Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

TWATT, Alexander labourer Millicent Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

No 1

TWEDALE/TWEEDALE, James surgeon RN m 10/6/1815 Episcopal Chapel York Place Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, to Margaret DUNBAR spinster, daughter of Alexander Dunbar Esquire Nairne, Scotland. Before emigrating to SA aboard the Trafalgar in 16/10/1848, he practised in St Martin’s Lane, London, England from the time of his marriage. In SA, he practised in Rundle St, where he died 24/5/1849 intestate. He got a land grant of Sections 3127, 3239 Hundred of Munno Para. The widow and her family remained in England. She lived 5 Robert St, Adelphi, London, Middlesex, England. The eldest son and heir at law, John Dunbar TWEEDALE, born 25/3/1816, in St Martin’s Lane, London (baptised St Martin in the Fields 29/5/1816), now lived at 14 Buckingham St Adelphi, London. He arrived in SA in 1850, as the Surgeon-Superintendent of an emigrant vessel, and completed his father’s purchase of the land - 400 acres for £400 - as a resident of Adelaide. Using receipts held by his father, he contacted Frederick John BECK merchant Adelaide, before he left England, to get the land grant made out. 4/10/1854, now of Geelong Vic, John Tweedale came to SA to sell his land to Alfred WATTS and Philip LEVI Esquires Adelaide, for £1,680. Other children included William Alexander, Ernest Augustus, Jean Milligan, and Georgiana Tweedale 20/11/1849 Deposit 572/1856

No 2

TWEDALE/TWEEDALE, James commission agent 24 Basinghall St, London, was one of the two executors, 4/7/1885, for the will of Alexander DONALDSON deceased. The executors were contacting the wholesale drapery and manchester warehouse firm of Donaldson, Andrews and Sharland, Rundle St, Adelaide, which was greatly in debt to the estate of Alexander Donaldson. He had formerly been a partner in the firm. The executors appointed Percival Randolph STOW , Leonard William BAKEWELL and Samuel CORNISH attorneys Adelaide, to see that the estate got a fair share of the assets when the firm’s assets were distributed following bankruptcy. Was this James Tweedale a grandson of James Tweedale ship’s surgeon?? Deposit 210/1885

No 1

TWEDALE/TWEEDALE, John Dunbar Esquire Surgeon RN Adelaide, son and heir at law of James Twedale 1850 Memorial 202/25

TWEDALE/TWEEDALE, John Dunbar Esquire Surgeon RN formerly of 14 Buckingham St, Adelphi, London, Middlesex, England then of Geelong Vic but presently on a visit to Adelaide 1854 Memorial 110/76

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

TWEEDIE, David clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 189/292

TWEEDIE, David land agent Adelaide Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

TWEEDIE, David land broker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 197/308

TWEEDIE, David land agent Adelaide 1878[-1881] Memorial 131/311

TWEEDIE, David land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 68 County Not named

TWEEDIE, David agent Adelaide 1879[-1885] Memorial 17/317

TWEEDIE, David land agent Parkside 1882 Memorial 38/342

TWEEDIE, David land agent Adelaide, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Thomas David PEARSON merchant Adelaide, and John WYLES accountant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/3/1882. By 12/8/1898, David Tweedie Esquire, formerly of Royburgh House, Parkside, but now of Great Amwell House, Ware, Herts, England, gave power of attorney to David Morton Tweedie solicitor and John WYLES land agent both of Adelaide, to manage his Australian business affairs 12/8/1898 Deposits 68/1882, 60/1898

TWEEDIE, David agent formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas [possibly in or near Kirkaldy, Co Fife, Scotland] 1882 Memorial 62/345

TWEEDIE, David the Elder Esquire formerly of Roxburgh House, Parkside but now of Great Amwell House, Ware, Herts, England linked with David Morton Tweedie the Younger solicitor Tusmore Park near Adelaide 1898 Memorial 138/436

TWEEDIE, D land agent Adelaide 1883 Application 20002

TWEEDIE, David land agent Parkside. Unley Institute trustee 1883 Memorial 167/352

TWEEDIE, David land agent Adelaide 1888[-1892] Memorial 169/413

TWEEDIE, David formerly land and estate agent but now gentleman Adelaide 1903 Memorial 120/448

No 1

TWEEDIE, David Morton gentleman Tusmore Park 1893 Application 22617

TWEEDIE, David Morton gentleman Tusmore Park, became a bankrupt in 1910 Memorial 157/462

No 1

TWEEDIE, Margaret widow Salt Creek Co Light 1851 Memorial 179/31

TWEEDIE, Margaret widow near Tanunda [in the vicinity of Salt Creek Co Light?] 1862 Application 2906

TWEEDY, Charles Customs Officer Pt Adelaide 1850. Perhaps a family connection with John Newman Tweedy merchant Montague Square, Middlesex, England, and John NEWMAN merchant and ship broker Adelaide (who held power of attorney for JN Tweedy's SA business interests) 1857 Memorials 193/21, 325/130

TWELFTREE, Charles of Wauraltee Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

No 1

TWELFTREE, George Newman builder East Adelaide 1908 Application 25529

TWELFTREE, George Newman builder St Peters. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

TWELFTREE, Henry Joseph farmer Smithfield linked with Spencer Twelftree farmer Smithfield 1897 Memorial 188/439

TWELFTREE, Joseph farmer Smithfield. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1

TWELFTREE, Spencer bootmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 128/54

TWELFTREE, Spencer farmer Gawler Plains 1866 Memorial 146/208

TWELFTREE, Spencer farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1866 now of Smithfield [Likely to be same address??] 1869 Application 10178

TWELFTREE, Spencer farmer Smithfield, died 3/11/1898, of cerebral softening and effusion, aged 79 Application 23917

TWELFTREE, Spencer formerly farmer Smithfield but now deceased. Father of Harriet HALLIDAY wife of Edward Halliday no description 1899 Application 23917

No 1

TWELL,Samuel Richard farmer Lyndoch, husband of Matilda Twell who died c1906 intestate Memorial 243/463

TWELL, Matilida wife of Samuel Richard Twell farmer Lyndoch, died 5/11/1906 intestate. Estate worth £240. Letters of administration to her husband, who died 12/2/1915. New letters to George Hayles Twell baker Uraidla, the only living child of Samuel and Matilda Twell 1916. His sister, Myrtle Ethel Twell spinster Lyndoch, died 1/4/1910 intestate and a minor. Estate worth £120. Lettes of administration to her father, SR Twell Application 26502

No 1

TWELLS, James engine driver Gawler Railway 1914 Memorial 163/471

TWELLS, James engine driver Gawler Railway, died 26/10/1915. Husband of Henrietta Twells Memorial 32/529

TWELLS, James engine driver Gawler Railway, died 26/10/1916. His estate worth £700. He married twice - he left his estate in trust for his second wife, Henrietta Twells, for life. Children of the first marriage - Albert and Frank Twells died in infancy in England; John Henry Twell (who died 7/1/1934), George William Twells retired civil servant 39 Chelmsford Rd, Mt Lawley WA; Arthur Thomas Twells civil servant 14 Kooyong Rd, Geelong West Vic; Alice Louisa Hawke widow 4 Victoria St, Payneham 1939, born 29/8/1874, relict of Richard Sydney Hawke pattern maker Kapunda, who died 7/2/1921 (estate worth £650); Frederick James Twells engineer 8 Read St, Pt Pirie. Children of the second marriage - Harriett Sophie WILLSMORE married woman Cook Plains; Adelheidt GREET married woman Prospect; Jean NEWBERRY married woman 14th st Gawler West; and Daphne MCDOUGALL married woman Gawler West 1939. James Twells had lived at Kapunda between 1892-1900, after which he removed to another township to continue his work for the SA Railways Application 28194

TWELLS, John Henry retired engine driver South Road, Marleston, died 7/1/1934, of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta, aged 62. Born in England. In SA 46 years. Married aged 34. 1 daughter deceased Memorial 33/529

No 1

TWIGDEN, George labourer Enfield 1851[-1854] Memorial 141/32, Application 19423

TWIGDEN, George farmer Para Plains 1855 Memorial 187/94

No 1

TWIGDEN, Skeffington farmer Enfield 1854[-1857] Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1854 Memorial 444/70

TWIGDEN, Skeffington farmer Enfield, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William TURVEY postmaster Enfield, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his SA business affairs17/1/1859 Deposit 152/1859

TWIGDEN, Skeffington gentleman formerly of Enfield but now absent from the province 1859 Memorial 76/153

TWIGDEN, Skeffington farmer Enfield, died 20/6/1862, of phthisis, aged 34. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Twigden absolutely. Mrs Twigden, remarried to Samuel BRADLEY carter of Beverley on the Port Road 1863 Application 4531

No 1

TWIGDEN, Susannah of Auburn 1869 Application 10174

TWIGDEN, Susannah widow Auburn 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 73 County Dalhousie

TWIGDEN, Thomas William farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 224 County Dalhousie

No 1

TWIGG, James joiner Adelaide 1861 Memorial 326/171

TWIGG, James builder Adelaide 1879 Memorial 248/318

TWIGG, Joseph lodging house keeper Arthur St, Penola, died 31/12/1862, from exhaustion, aged 54. His wife, Ann Twigg, inherited his estate. Application 5212

TWINER, George farmer Munno Para 1856 Memorial 176/95

No 1

TWINING, Henry labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 384/1 Farmer Black Forest 1847[-1856] Memorial 158/8

TWINING, Henry yeoman Black Forest 1851 Memorial 320/38.

TWINING, Henry farmer South Road 1855 Memorial 469/87

TWYNING, Henry farmer Black Forest 1857 Memorial 179/128

TWINING, Henry the Elder and Younger farmers Edwardstown 1882 The Twinings had lived at Edwardstown for between 35-40 years. Someone robbed Henry Twining the Elder c1852, when the deeds to his land were stolen Application 19520

No 1

TWINING, John labourer Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

TWINING, John farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Napperby Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

TWISS, William Newman secretary St Peters 1943 Memorial 157/517

No 1

TWIST, FWG proclaimed bank manager Kooringa 1928 Memorial 171/498

TWIST, Frank William George bank manager Kooringa 1929 Memorial 189/501

TWIST, Frank William George bank manager Kooringa 1936, Member of the Burra Hospital Board Application 28022

TWOHY, Thomas Stephen police trooper Two Wells Parham township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 363 County Gawler

No 1

TWOPENNY, Edward Nowell storekeeper Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

TWOPENNY, Edward Nowell gentleman Coonatto 1891[-1897] Memorial 61/411

TWOPENNY, Richard Ernest Nowell gentleman Christchurch New Zealand, power of attorney to George Alexander FARR solicitor Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/3/1882 Deposit 101/1882

TWOPENNY, T Nowell clerk in holy orders Melrose 1865 Memorial 61/207

TWORT, William of the Hundred of Barndioota Co Blachford 1887 Memorial 211/386

TWYMAN, George labourer Pt Broughton. Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1885[-1900] Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

No 1

TYAS, John Walter warehouseman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 119/232

TYAS, John Walter warehouseman and importer Adelaide, in partnership with Henry CARTER of Adelaide, under the style of Carter Tyas & Co, about to leave the province and reside in England, power of attorney to Henry CARTER, to manage his SA business affairs 2/11/1868. He was back in SA by 9/2/1875, when he appointed Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide, his attorney upon leaving the province again. He was back in SA by 1887, and still here in the mid-1890s Deposits 56/1869, 118/1893

TYAS, John Walter merchant Adelaide but at present in parts beyond the seas in partnership with Henry CARTER trading together under the style or firm of Carter Lyas & Co (Pt TA 16 King William St) 1869 Memorial 119/238

TYAS, John Walter merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea 1872 Application 12398

TYAS, John Walter Esquire Furley House Parkside 1885 Memorial 110/385

No 1

TYDEMAN, William Godfrey yeoman Hahndorf 1857[-1858] Memorial 160/121

TYDEMAN, WG of Hahndorf. Hahndorf. Secretary Hahndorf Land, Building & Investment Society 1857. The Society had been would up by 1860. W Tydeman had left SA by 1871 Application 15620

TYDEMAN, William Godfrey auctioneer Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 130/161

TYDEMAN, William Godfrey storekeeper Mt Barker 1861 Memorial 3/174

TYDEMAN, William Godfrey storekeeper formerly of Mt Barker 1861 but then of Macclesfield 1864 Application 5157

TYFE, William gardener Adelaide Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1864 Grant Book 27 Page 244 County Gawler

TYFORD, William postmaster Blyth 1888 Memorial 209/390

No 1

TYLER, Alexander Douglas agent Adelaide linked with John William Tyler Esquire usually of parts beyond the seas but presently of Adelaide 1902 Memorial 44/445

TYLER, Alexander Douglas agent formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1913 Memorial 53/470

TYLER, Alexander Douglas mercantile clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of Stanmore St, Edgbaston, Co Warwick, England 1917 Memorial 12/491

TYLER, Arthur Henry stevedore Pt Lincoln 1938 Application 28165

TYLER, Charles sawyer Chain of Ponds 1849[-1853] Enrolment 63/28

TYLER, George butcher Mt Gambier 1885[-1890] Memorial 219/364

TYLER, George Lintorn Simmons banker's clerk London, Middlesex, England, and John Camden Tyler sheepfarmer Nadarivater, Fiji, both temporarily residing in Adelaide 1910 Memorial 181/462

TYLER, Harriet Eliza married woman Pt Lincoln 1906[-1907] Memorial 130/455, Application 25292

No 1

TYLER, Henry Robert labourer Unley 1858 Memorial 94/136

TYLER, Henry Robert labourer Belair 1862 Memorial 189/182

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

TYLER, John labourer Pt Lincoln and Tryphena Tyler his wife 1904[-1910] Memorial 214/451, Application 25854

No 1

TYLER, John William sheep farmer Wildoto near Kooringa 1854[-1857] Memorial 400/68

TYLER, John William stockholder Wildoto near Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1855 Grant Book 8 Page 269 County Burra

TYLER, John William of Gum Creek near Kooringa 1859 Memorial 69/160

TYLER, John William sheep farmer Burra Creek Survey 1862 Memorial 295/185

TYLER, John William Esquire Princess Royal [Mine?] near Kooringa 1862 Memorial 224/187

TYLER, John William Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province and live in foreign parts, power of attorney to Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/5/1864. By 1/6/1874, he was living in London, when he appointed the William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide, his business attorney,, to sort out matters to do with Birnbowrie pastoral run,, in its remaining leasehold sale for £20,000 from the Hon John CROZIER Esquire MLC Adelaide to JW Tyler. By 15/4/1891, Tyler was living at Denchworth Thornton Heath, Surrey, England, when he appointed Frederick WRIGHT financial agent 24-25 Exchange Building, Pirie St, Adelaide, his attorney to manage his SA investment properties and allow for purchase and sale as the case dictated. By 6/1/1904, he was living at 5 Hornsey Lane Gardens, Highgate, Middlesex, England, and appointed Arthur Young HARVEY accountant Adelaide and Alexander Douglas TYLER machinist Adelaide, as his attorneys to manage his SA business affairs Deposits 178/1867, 114/1874, 51/1891, 43/1905

TYLER, John William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1867[-1869] Memorial 238/224

TYLER, John William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in London, Middlesex, England 1874 Memorial 188/275

TYLER, John William gentleman usually of South Croydon, Surrey, England but now on a visit to Adelaide 1893 Memorial 78/416

TYLER, John William Esquire of Denchworth Thornton Heath, Surrey, England, presently on a visit to Adelaide 1896 Memorial 136/427

Tyler, John William had DAVENPORT CHAMBERS Pt Town Acre 110, Currie St, Adelaide, designed for him by architect Edward DAVIES 20/1/1896. Deposit 53/1896

No 2

TYLER, John William contractor Pt Lincoln 1926 Memorial 178/495

TYLER, Joseph assistant undertaker Lower Mitcham 1895 Application 26198

TYLER, Nathan William farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

TYLER, Thomas Nathan coachman Magill 1882 Memorial 20/345

No 1

TYLER, Valentine farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

TYLER, Valentine of Wandearah West 1883[-1892] Memorial 151/352

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TYLER, William gardener Adelaide 1839 Application 16276.

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TYLER, William labourer Black Springs 1864[-1871] Memorial 253/197

No 3

TYLER, William blacksmith Kapunda 1866[-1870] Memorial 240/211, Application 10824

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TYLER, William the Younger blacksmith Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1895 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

TYLER, William farmer Lameroo, died 21/7/1942. Executors - Elsie May Tyler widow Lameroo and Albert Harry HEALEY company director Melbourne Vic Grant Book 12 Page 130 County Chandos

TYLER, William Albert Benjamin plumber Pt Lincoln, aged 62 in 1953, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln ever since he was 3 years old. He lived with his mother in Liverpool St, Pt Lincoln, until 1924, even after he married on 25/4/1917. His wife called Mary Tyler. A daughter, Phyllis Joan Tyler, had become Mrs LITTLE by 1953, aged 25 Application 28971

TYLEY, Alice spinster Adelaide 1895 Memorial 131/431

TYLEY, Charles farmer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 22 County Adelaide

No 1

TYLEY, Jabez licensed victualler Salisbury Hotel leased the premises from John HARVEY gentleman Salisbury at £75 a year 1876 Memorial 148/292

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TYLEY, Jabez hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 13/351

TYLEY, Jabez hairdresser Pt Adelaide and Margaret Tyley his wife 1885 Application 20494

No 1

TYLEY, Thomas stonemason Adelaide (Gouger St) 1853[-1856] Memorial 447/60

TYLEY, Thomas carrier Adelaide 1858 Memorial 129/144

TYLEY, Thomas formerly carrier 1858 but now mason Adelaide 1862 Application 3460

TYLEY, Thomas marble mason Adelaide (Gouger St), died 12/1/1878 Memorial 150/306

TYLOR, James Thomas traveller Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

TYM, Charles bushman Adelaide, about to proceed to the Northern Territory, power of attorney to William Frederick STOCK solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/1/1872 Deposit 189/1873

TYM, Charles sheep farmer Wongala Station S-E 1876[-1877] Memorial 34/290

TYM, Charles formerly sheep farmer Wongala 1879 Memorial 40/313

TYM, Charles sheep farmer Buck Camp 1881 Memorial 49/332

TYMMONS, James formerly publican Adelaide (West Tce) but then retired publican Adelaide (Brown St) died 20/9/1889 Memorial 143/480

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TYNAN, Daniel farm Kenton Valley 1881 Memorial 242/334

TYNAN, Daniel farmer Kenton Valley linked with Thomas William Tynan farmer Gumeracha 1881 Memorial 230/335

TYNAN, Daniel farmer formerly of Kenton Valley but now of Moonta son of the late Thomas Tynan no description 1896. Thomas William Tynan no description another son Memorial 37/429

TYNAN, Peter Thomas yeoman Gumeracha 1848 Memorial 276/11

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TYNAN, Thomas farmer Hundred of Talunga 1848 Memorial 95/23

TYNAN, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 318/79

TYNAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Gumeracha, died c1875. He left real estate to his two sons, Samuel and Thomas Tynan the Younger. Estate worth £20. Daniel got the larger share of the estate, provided he paid the RC Church £4 annually. Ellen Tynan, Thomas Tynan the Elder's wife and the rest of the children shared in the family home and their possessions 1905 Application 25079

TYNAN, Thomas the Elder farmer Gumeracha, died c1875. He left real estate to his two sons, Samuel and Thomas Tynan the Younger. Estate worth £20. Daniel got the larger share of the estate, provided he paid the RC Church £4 annually. Thomas Tynan the Younger had to pay the RC Church £2 annually in order to hold his land. These payments came out of the income from Sections 6325 and 6211 Hundred of Talunga. Ellen Tynan, Thomas Tynan the Elder's wife and the rest of the children shared in the family home and their possessions 1905. When the Tynan Brothers wanted to sell these Sections in 1896, the intending owner, Albert FOX farmer Lobethal, and Daniel Tynan, took the question for a Supreme Court judgement on 22/7/1896. The Court declared on 8/9/1896 that the RC Church could not expect the owners of these two sections to make any payments, since the passing of The Limitation of Suits and Actions Act 1866, with special reference to Section 2. Daniel Tynan had to pay the RC Archbishop 5 guineas to cover the prelate's costs, but the Church had no right to ask the Tynans for arrears Application 25079

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TYNAN, Thomas William (sometimes called Thomas Tynan Junr farmer Gumeracha 1866[-1881] Memorial 250/217

TYNAN, Thomas William the Younger farmer Gumeracha 1868 Application 9448

TYNDALL, Arthur Isaac gentleman Boolcomatta 1892 Memorial 101/414

TYNER, James Michael labourer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 101 County Buckingham

TYRIE, Annie Marion Mercer spinster Rundle St, Kent Town 1904 Application 24829

TYRIE, Isabella spinster Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

TYRIE, James builder Adelaide 1855[-1874] Memorial 341/94

No 1

TYRIE, Peter Brown shipwright Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 82/121

TYRIE, Isabella widow of Peter Brown Tyrie formerly shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 late farmer Landsborough Vic 1897 Application 23449

TYRIE, Robert water carrier Adelaide 1857 Memorial 116/129

No 1

TYRIE, William shopman Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Robert Tyrie water carrier Adelaide (North St) 1853 Memorial 405/56

TYRIE, William formerly shopman Adelaide (Rundle St,) 1851 now storekeeper Kapunda 1865 Application 5921

TYRIE, William draper Kapunda Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

TYRIE, William farmer Bruce trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Willochra land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 1

TYRELL, Patrick innkeeper Morning Star Inn Kapunda 1874 Memorial 250/279

TYRRELL, Patrick licensed victualler Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 203 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

TYRRELL, Reuben farmer Gumeracha 1854[-1855] Memorial 103/83

TYRRELL, Reuben farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1889] Memorial 310/166

TYRRELL, Reuben farmer Mt Gambier Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 104 County Grey

TYRRELL, Reuben farmer MacDonnell Bay Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1861 Grant Book 30 Page 280 County Grey

TYRRELL, Sarah Hannah married woman Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 51/453

No 1 - possibly the same person

TYRELL, Thomas miner North Kapunda 1851 Memorial 392/30

TYRRELL, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1860 Memorial 317/166

TYRRELL, Thomas gentleman Kapunda 1866 Memorial 320/209

No 1

TYRRELL, William labourer Kensington 1849 Memorial 118/16 Builder Kensington 1850 Memorial 200/20

TYRRELL, William bricklayer Kensington 1854[-1857] Memorial 485/72

TYRRELL, William labourer Kensington (High St) 1856 Memorial 397/96

TYRRELL, William bricklayer Kensington 1852, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Hannah Tyrrell Memorial 85/230

TYRRELL, William bricklayer Kensington, died c1868. He left his estate to his wife, Hannah Tyrrell Application 15085

TYRRELL, Hannah widow Kensington 1876, relict of the late William Tyrrell formerly bricklayer Kensington but now deceased Application 15085

TYSON, Elizabeth Anne widow North Kensington formerly Elizabeth Anne KENT 1899 Memorial 24/438

TYSON, Thomas galvanised iron worker Adelaide 1856[-1866] Memorial 330/108

No 1

TYZACK, William carpenter Pt Adelaide 1845 Memorial 284/4

TYZACK, William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 21/75