Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

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

 

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

 

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg's unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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

Names Beginning 'V*'

No 1

VAGUE, Edward gentleman Kapunda 1856 Memorial 72/99

VAGUE, Edward miner Kapunda 1865[-1866] Memorial 208/206  Applications 5894, 6645 & 6685

VAGUE, William miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1852[-1857] Memorial 490/44

VALE, Elizabeth Cremer formerly of Norwood but now of Northallerton Cottage Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 284/52

VALE, Henry labourer Norwood 1855[-1865] Memorial 185/93

No 1

VALE, Henry Wells farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 185/17

VALE, Henry Wells farmer Norwood 1850 Memorial 232/27

VALE, Henry Wells gentleman Norwood 1862 Memorial 123/184

VALE, James farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 239/56

VALE, James farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 66 County Adelaide

VALE, James farmer Section 927 Hundred of Yatala Co Adelaide 1854 Memorial 9/62

No 1 - perhaps the same person

VALE, Robert hawker Mitcham 1870 Memorial 35/251

VALE, Robert hawker Unley 1886[-1920] Memorial 163/375

No 1 - perhaps the same person

VALE, Robert William carman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 297/32

VALE, Robert William carrier North Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 207/58

VALE, Robert William storekeeper North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 208/100

No 1

VALENTINE, CJ of Penola 1865 Memorial 148/204

VALENTINE, CJ JP chief inspector of sheep Adelaide 1888 Memorial 212/392

No 1

VALENTINE, George mariner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1865] Memorial 281/60

VALENTINE, George mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 186/99

VALENTINE, H articled clerk to Messrs BRAY & HACKETT solicitors Adelaide 1892 Memorial 247/413

VALENTINE, Henry Joseph general agent Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) 1904 Memorial 159/451

No 1

VALENTINE, Joseph farmer Willunga 1861 Memorial 121/176

VALENTINE, Joseph farmer Aldinga, died 5/9/1917. His estate worth £3,000. He left £100 to his brother, James Valentine, in Ireland. The testator's employee, Richard LOVELOCK, also got £100. J Valentine's daughter, Mary Jane WASLEY wife of John Charles Wasley, to get £500. The testator's grandson, Roy Wasley, to get £100. The balance of the estate to Joseph Valentine's son, James Valentine farmer Aldinga Application 27350

No 1

VALENTINE, Porteus of Mt Gambier 1860 Memorial 82/170

VALENTINE, Porter of Penola 1862 Memorial 62/188

VALLANCE, Henry bricklayer Queenstown 1851 Memorial 97/32

VALLI, Garzia Molicarl Guiseppe dealer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 214/107

No 1

VALRENT, Peter de Putron wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/29

VALRENT, Peter De Putron merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) became a bankrupt in 1852 Memorial 199/180

VANCE, Christopher ironmonger Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 195 County Fergusson

No 1

VANDELEUR, James of Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

No 2

VANDELEUR, James retired farmer North Adelaide (Mills Tce) 1945 Memorial 147/519

VANDELEUR, James farmer North Adelaide (Mills Tce), died 18/3/1946. Brother to John (already deceased), Matthew and Thomas Vandeleur. Uncle to John Vandeleur farmer Kapunda, James Vandeleur farmer Auburn, Thomas Vandeleur, Peter Vendeleur, William Vandeleur, Matthew Vandeleur, Mary Ellen STRATFORD, Catherine HUPPATZ, and Annie Vandeleur - 9 children of the late John Vandeleur. Memorial 199/525

VANDELEUR, Matthew grazier Saddleworth 1931 Memorial 187/504

No 1

VANDENBURGH, William labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 487/49

VANDENBURGH, William of Adelaide left all his estate to the Roman Catholic Church 1854 Memorial 322/148

No 1

VANDENBURGH, William John student at law Adelaide 1896 Memorial 58/428

VANDENBURGH, WJ solicitor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 151/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

VANDEPEER, William carpenter Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1858[-1866] Memorial 60/138

VANDEPEER, William carpenter Adelaide 1866 Application 7704

VANDEPEER, William farmer Petersville trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Petersville Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

VANDEPEER, William farmer Ardrossan 1884[-1889] Memorial 134/355

VAN DER MOLEN, Johann Christoph labourer Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf). Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

VAN DER MOLEN, Johann Gottfried labourer Hahndorf 1892[-1932] Application 27873

No 1

VAN DER MOLEN, Reinder Eppes yeoman Hahndorf 1857[-1906] Memorial 299/125

VAN DER MOLEN, Reinder Eppes labourer Hahndorf 1882  Application 19503

VANDERSTEEN, William Henry tin plate worker Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 66/36

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

VANDERVORD, Abraham commander of the barque Belle Alliance 1847. Bought allotments at Gawler Memorial 85/9

VANDERVORD, Abraham the Younger draper 27 High St, Colchester, Essex, England (turned 21 years on 16/12/1866), eldest son and heir at law of the late Abraham Vandervord the Elder formerly commander of the barque Belle Alliance now deceased, inherited his father's real estate in Gawler 1867 Memorial 131/226

VANDOME, William agent Adelaide 1900 Memorial 191/440

No 1

VANE, John carpenter Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 310/107

VANE, John carpenter formerly of Adelaide but now of Glenelg 1858[-1865] Memorial 138/141

VANE, John carpenter Glenelg, died 6/6/1869 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, of softening of the brain, aged 68. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanna Vane absolutely. She sold land belonging to him at Glenelg to Grace Bennett HALL spinster Adelaide 1872 Application 11919

VANE, Johanna widow Glenelg 1872, relict of the late John Vane of Glenelg Application 11919

VANES, Catherine widow Medindie 1904 Memorial 26/451

VAN HEYTHUYSEN, George Leopold trolley driver Balhannah and Doris Annie van Heythuysen his wife 1945 Memorial 120/519

No 1

VAN SENDEN, Edward Willis gentleman Adelaide 1891 Memorial 102/409

VAN SENDEN, Edward Willis wool broker Adelaide 1892 Application 22239

VAN SENDEN, Edward Willis company manager Adelaide 1908[-1909] Memorial 140/459, Application 25689

VAN SENDEN, Emma Pidding widow Medindie 1883. Daughter of Lieutnant EWD WARD Royal Navy at sea. She frequently visited and stayed with Captain John and Mrs MORDAUNT before Captain Mordaunt emigrated to SA Application 19933

No 1

VANSITTART, William Esquire Adelaide 1848[-1850] Memorial 273/11

VANSITTART, William farmer Adelaide 1854 pt Co Grey near Mt Gambier land grant Memorial 301/138

VANSITTART, William Clerk in Holy Orders of White Waltham parish, Berks, England m Charlotte WARDE spinster Ruscombe, in Ruscombe parish church 11/2/1817. Their family was all born at White Waltham, where their father was the Vicar. Eldest son, William Vansittart born 26/12/1818, attended Christ Church, Oxford, later of Mt Gambier, died 11/11/1854 from the effects of a fall from a horse. The second son, Charles Augustus Vansittart ws born 3/1/1822, bachelor, RN Lieutenant lived Belle Hatch House, Henley on Thames, Oxon, England, died 14/8/1849. Third son, Spencer Vansittart late a Captain in HM 1st or Royal Regiment, born 12/6/1823. He lived with his mother, Charlotte Vansittart, and his spinster sisters Charlotte Georgiana and Anne Hamon Vansittart, at Victoria Square, Reading, Berks, England. The Rev’d William Vansittart the Elder died 22/11/1847 at White Waltham, and was buried at Shottesbrook, Berks. 18/8/1857, Spencer Vansittart gave power of attorney to Samuel DAVENPORT Esquire Adelaide, and Richard SMITH salesman and commission agent of the Torrens, to manage the land in the Hundred of Blanche which he had inherited as heir at law from his brother, William Vansittart. By 1/11/1888, when he transferred attorneyship to George GLEN Esquire Mayurra near Millicent, he was living at Castle Connell, Co Limerick, Ireland. On 1/1/1903, Spencer Charles Patrick Vansittart of Castle Connell, Co Limerick, renewed power of attorney to George Glen. Was this a son of Spencer Vansittart, or Spencer Vansittart himself?? Deposit 49/1858

No 1

VANSTONE, James yeoman Willunga 1853 Memorial 40/56

VANSTONE, James formerly of Willunga but now of the colony of Victoria 1854 Memorial 382/78

VANSTONE, James late of Willunga, but now in the colony of Victoria, power of attorney to Henry Walter PARKER Esquire Adelaide, to collect rents for his property in SA 16/6/1854 Deposit 448/1854

VANSTONE, James and William of Willunga 1875 Memorial 212/284

VANSTONE, James storekeeper Adelaide and VANSTONE, William quarryman Willunga 1882 Application 19430

VANSTONE, James gardener Hyde Park 1902, declared that he was a son of John Vanstone farmer Willunga, who died 22/9/1886 at Brentwood. He was buried on 24/9/1886 in the Brentwood cemetery Application 24399

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VANSTONE, John farmer Willunga 1852[-1853] Memorial 144/42

VANSTONE, John the Younger son of John Vanstone the Elder both yeomen Willunga 1853 Memorial 4/56 William Vanstone yeoman Willunga another son of J Vanstone the Elder 1853 Memorial 39/56 James Vanstone yeoman Willunga another son of J Vanstone the Elder 1853 Memorial 40/56

VANSTONE, John the Elder farmer Yankalilla linked with James Vanstone farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla, John Vanstone the Younger labourer Willunga and William Vanstone labourer Willunga 1861 Memorial 188/177

VANSTONE, John James formerly clerk but now retired 7 Magill Road, St Peters 1949 Memorial 184/524

No 1

VANSTONE, Philip Goman farmer Myponga Jetty Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 256 County Fergusson

VANSTONE, Philip Goman retired farmer Moonta, died 24/6/1937. Beneficiaries; Simon Vear Vanstone farmer Yorketown, John James Vanstone clerk St Peters and Alexander ANDERSON out of business Moonta Memorial 179/511

No 1

VANSTONE, Simon of Minlacowie 1887 Memorial 164/383

VANSTONE, Simon farmer Brentwood 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 259 County Fergusson

No 1

VANSTONE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1891 Memorial 79/409

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

VANSUN, Henry tinman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1848] Memorial 376/12

VAPLEY, John gentleman Myponga 1858 Memorial 220/142

VARCO, Albert grazier Millicent 1922 Memorial 57/486

VARCO, Philip labourer Philp Town 1855 Chain of Ponds Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 5/89

VARCOE, Alfred and Robert Charles farmers Currency Creek 1859 Memorial 154/151

No 1

VARCOE, Benjamin gardener North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 106/94

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

VARCOE, Benjamin licensed victualler Goolwa and Harriet Varcoe his wife 1857 Memorial 240/121

VARCOE, Benjamin miller Hindmarsh Island 1859[-1864] Memorial 143/153

VARCOE, Benjamin miller Hindmarsh Island and Elizabeth Ann Varcoe, his daughter, a minor of the age of 9 years 1866 Application 7750

VARCOE, Benjamin licensed victualler formerly of Goolwa but now of Wanganella NSW and Harriet Varcoe his wife 1876 Memorial 26/295

VARCOE, Benjamin miller formerly of Hindmarsh Island 1882 Memorial 97/345

No 1

VARCOE, John the Younger farmer Currency Creek 1853[-1856] Memorial 252/60

VARCOE, John licensed victualler Goolwa 1854 7 year lease of the Goolway Hotel at £25 a year Memorial 376/77

VARCOE, John licensed victualler Goolwa 1857 Memorial 197/228

VARCOE, John licensed victualler Currency Creek 1858[-1859] Memorial 243/143

VARCOE, John the Younger licensed victualler Goolwa linked with JR Varcoe of Goolwa supercargo on the steamer Wentworth 1868 Memorial 211/228

VARCOE, John formerly licensed victualler Currency Creek but late farmer Milang, died 3/8/1888 Milang, of senile decay and natural causes, aged 85. Father of Alfred Varcoe of Milang Application 24221

No 1

VARCOE, John farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

VARCOE, Hulda Rebecca married woman Millicent [Mrs John Varcoe nee HR BONEHAM]. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

VARCOE, Myrtle Elizabeth married woman Mt Gambier 1936 Application 27949

No 1

VARCOE, Robert farmer Hindmarsh Island 1855[-1863] Memorial 305/104

VARCOE, Robert farmer formerly of Goolwa 1855 but now of Hindmarsh Island 1869 Application 9895

No 1

VARCOE, Thomas farmer Marion Road 1871 Application 11362

No 2

VARCOE, Thomas farmer Goolwa Millicent (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 502 County Grey

VARCOE, Thomas farmer Goolwa Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1876 Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

VARCOE, Thomas farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 233 County Grey

VARCOE, Thomas Hornsby engineer Mt Gambier 1914[-1935] Application 26351, Application 27973

No 1

VARCOE, William gentleman East Kooringa 1854 Memorial 270/66

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

VARCOE, William gentleman Bowden 1857 Memorial 163/126

VARCOE, William gentleman Kadina 1872 Memorial 141/261

No 3

VARCOE, William farmer Rivoli Bay and Eliza Jane Varcoe his wife 1875[-1887] Memorial 214/281

VARCOE, William farmer Kongorong. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 255 County Grey

No 1

VARCOE, William farmer Currency Creek 1897 Application 23271

VARCOE, William Hearn farmer Currency Creek 1927 Memorial 101/498

VARCOE, William Hearn farmer Currency Creek, died 13/10/1937 intestate and a bachelor without a parent. Brother to John Bailly Varcoe out of business Epsom Road, Kensington Vic. Uncle to Flora SKEWES married woman Paisley Ave, Torrens Park, daughter of Constance Susan WAKEFIELD a sister of WH Varcoe (She died 27/6/1935) Memorial 182/511

No 1

VARCOE, William John Richards farmer Currency Creek 1853[-1890] Memorial 204/54

VARCOE, William John Richards farmer Currency Creek about to marry Marie Emilie Marie BAILLY spinster Adelaide 1853. Marriage settlement trustees - James HEARN brewer and malster North Adelaide and John GURNER the Elder licensed victualler North Adelaide Memorial 495/58

VARCOE, William John Richards of Currency Creek and Marie Emelie Uranie Varcoe his wife linked with John Varcoe and Alfred Masterman Varcoe farmers near Milang 1874 Memorial 197/276

VARCOE, William John Richards of Currency Creek and Marie Emelie Uranie Varcoe his wife 1879 Memorial 6/314

VARCOE, William John Richards farmer Currency Creek, died 15/7/1915. Father of William Hearn Varcoe farmer Currency Creek Memorial 104/473

VARCOE, William John Richards farmer Currency Creek married Marie Emilie Uranie BAILLY spinster North Adelaide in 1853. He settled Section 2265 Hundred of Nangkita upon her in trust for life, then to his children in entail in an unbelievably complicated marriage settlement. He had taken out the land in a land grant in June 1853. Marie Varcoe died 16/9/1907, of senile decay and heart disease, aged 81. WRJ Varcoe died 15/7/1915. The Varcoes had six children; Cecilia Katherine Varcoe spinster who died 28/7/1932; marie emilie Uranie Varcoe spinster who died 28/7/1935; Katherine Elizabeth PITT nee Varcoe (wife of Edwin Parry Pitt farmer Currency Creek) died 23/1/1917; Constance Susan WAKEFIELD nee Varcoe (wife of Murat Wakefield farmer Goolwa) died 27/6/1935; William Hearn Varcoe died 13/10/1937. John Bailly Varcoe out of business Kensington Vic was the only surviving child in 1938. He and several nephews and nieces broke the entail and sold the Section to William Henry SHIPWAY farmer Currency Creek Application 28579

No 1

VARDON, Ambrose Edward shoemaker Hindmarsh 1853[-1890] Memorial 384/71, Application 15581

VARDON, Ambrose Edward shoemaker Hindmarsh linked with Joseph Vardon printer Hindmarsh 1885 Memorial 72/370

No 1

VARDON, Edward Charles printer Hyde Park 1908 Memorial 57/459

VARDON, Edward Charles printer formerly of Millswood but now of Unley Park 1931 Memorial 66/504

No 1

VARDON, Edwin Joseph musician Hindmarsh 1898. A son of Joseph Vardon of Hindmarsh, who died 21/6/1868 intestate Application 23568

VARDON, Edwin Joseph musician Adelaide (Wright St) linked with Elizabeth Vardon widow Ann St, Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 83/274

VARDON, Edwin Joseph musician Hindmarsh and Louisa Susannah Vardon his wife 1899 Memorial 161/437

No 1

VARDON, George Henry Kelsall merchant Adelaide 1923[-1924] Memorial 120/492, Application 27307

VARDON, George Henry Kelsell merchant Cambridge Tce, Malvern 1933 Memorial 83/506

VARDON, George Henry Kelsall merchant Malvern 1948 Application 28632

VARDON, George Henry Kelsell formerly Secretary to the SA Wheat Scheme Fisher St, Malvern but then tailor 114 Cambridge Tce, Malvern, died 15/7/1950 Memorial 134/527

VARDON, Henry Joseph musician Hindmarsh 1891 Memorial 193/410

No 1

VARDON, James farmer Croydon 1877 Memorial 80/304

VARDON, James formerly farmer Croydon but now builder Southwark 1882 Application 19305

No 1

VARDON, John engine driver Croydon 1876 Memorial 141/288

VARDON, John brickmaker Croydon 1881 Application 18441

No 1

VARDON, Joseph tailor Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 99/205

VARDON, Joseph tailor Hindmarsh 1865 Application 6288

VARDON, Joseph printer Hindmarsh 1868 Memorial 206/232

VARDON, Joseph printer Hindmarsh trustee of the Hindmarsh District Library and Mechanics Institute Inc 1888 Memorial 76/392

VARDON, Joseph printer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1874 Memorial 105/277

VARDON, Joseph printer Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21873

VARDON, Joseph printer Hindmarsh stated 1891 that he had lived in Hindmarsh for more than 40 years Application 22126

VARDON, Mary Ann widow Hindmarsh 1919 Application 26823

VARDON, Hon Joseph MLC printer Adelaide (Hindley St) purchased his partner HJ PRITCHARD's share in their printing firm 1902 Memorial 69/446

VARDON, Ronald Alfred mercantile clerk Westbourne Park 1937 Memorial 26/511

VARDY, Thomas Henry Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/9/1872 Deposit 190/1873

VARDY, William L solicitor Mt Pleasant 1868 Memorial 84/236

No 1

VARLEY, Albert Kirton accountant Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 265/193

VARLEY, Albert Kirton clerk of the Council Mt Gambier 1865[-1867] Memorial 49/208

VARLEY, Albert Kirton accountant Mt Gambier. Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 119 County Grey

VARLEY, Albert Kirton civil service officer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 213/235

VARLEY, Albert Kirton commission agent Mt Gambier 1870[-1871] Memorial 120/248

VARLEY, Albert K civil service officer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 87/274

VARLEY, Augustus Bible Christian minister Kulpara 1882 Memorial 73/338

No 1

VARLEY, Charles Grant articled clerk to Henry Edward DOWNER solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1882 Memorial 82/342

VARLEY, Charles Grant solicitor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 233/427

VARLEY, Charles Grant solicitor Adelaide, successor to the business of William Henry BUNDEY solicitor Adelaide 1896 Application 23132

No 1

VARLEY, H articled law clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 190/309

VARLEY, Hiram W law clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 147/302

VARLEY, Hiram Wentworth solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1887 Application 21178

VARLEY, HW solicitor Adelaide 1895 Memorial 116/424

VARLEY, HWS solicitor Adelaide 1908 Memorial 18/459

VARLEY, Hiram Wentworth solicitor Adelaide, a member of the firm of Messrs Varley & EVANS solicitors Adelaide 1910 Memorial 183/462

VARLEY, HW notary public Adelaide 1910 Memorial 216/462

VARLEY, HW solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 183/472

VARLEY, EVANS & THOMSON solicitors Adelaide commissioned or acted as agents to hire Louis BAILEY licensed surveyor Adelaide (Pirie Chambers Pirie St) to draw up lease plans for an office block called Anster Chambers Pt TA 172 facing Waymouth St 1919 (CT 1310/126) Deposit 44/1919

VARLEY, Hiram Wentworth solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St), died 28/3/1927. His wife was buried at Brighton. Father of John Varley (who only inherited estate for life). Brother to Alice Mary Bowyer ROSMAN. Charles Grant Varley was a relation. Bequest to Gertrude Emily LYNCH wife of Arthur Francis Lynch surgeon Adelaide (South Tce) Memorial 153/511

VARLEY, James plasterer North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 318/42

No 1

VARLEY, John gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 291/105

VARLEY, John gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 111/118

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

VARLEY, John contractor Adelaide (Halifax St) 1877 Memorial 81/297

No 3

VARLEY, John Esquire Kapunda 1870[-1872] Memorial 211/247

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

VARLEY, John SM of Clare 1872 Memorial 16/262

No 5

VARLEY, John law clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 184/462

VARLEY, Thomas bricklayer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 20/142

VARNDELL, Alfred miller Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 211/110

VARNEY, LC motor engineer Swan Reach 1938 Memorial 38/512

VARRAN, WD accountant Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 292/182

VAUDREY, FW solicitor Narracoorte 1890 Memorial 144/402

VAUDREY, John Thomas Clerk in Holy Orders Osmington, near Weymouth, Dorset, England, power of attorney to William LONGBOTTOM Esquire Home Park, Magill, to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1889. Likely to be some relative to William Vaudrey and his wife, Marianne Vaudrey, daughter of Frederick IBBOTSON Esquire Colbury Maurer no county mentioned Deposit 29/1894

No 1

VAUDREY, Thomas W solicitor Mt Gambier 1880 Application 17960

VAUDREY, Thomas William gentleman Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 108/343

No 1

VAUGHAN, Alfred photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874 Memorial 118/276

VAUGHAN, Alfred photographist Rundle St, Kent Town 1875 Memorial 103/283

VAUGHAN, Frederick sheep farmer Mt Scott 1875 Memorial 162/280

VAUGHAN, Henry Joseph gardener Hallett 1894 Memorial 11/421

VAUGHAN, Hugh S Poolamacca Barrier Ranges NSW 1883 Memorial 169/352

VAUGHAN, James Alfred machinist Prospect Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 1

VAUGHAN, JH articled law clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 7/435

VAUGHAN, JH articled clerk to FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1898 Memorial 194/435

No 1

VAUGHAN, Lewis commercial traveller Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 32/304

VAUGHAN, Lewis of Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1881 Grant Book 21 Page 47 County Flinders

VAUGHAN, Lewis [formerly commercial traveller Pt Lincoln but now] farmer Warrow near Pt Lincoln 1888 Memorial 55/390

VAUGHAN, Matthew labourer Macclesfield 1875 Application 14292

No 1

VAUGHAN, Richard market proprietor Adelaide 1872 Application 12198

VAUGHAN, Richard gentleman Adelaide (East Tce) 1874 Memorial 121/277

VAUGHAN, Richard market proprietor Adelaide (Vaughan Tce) 1875 Memorial 103/283

VAUGHAN, Richard market manager Adelaide 1877 Memorial 92/301

VAUGHAN, Richard gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Alfred VAUGHAN of Adelaide, to manage his SA mercantile ventures and debt collection activities, in case of absence from SA 31/1/1877 Deposit 52/1877

VAUGHAN, Richard gentleman Kent Town 1878 Memorial 71/306

VAUGHAN, William contractor and carter Brighton 1884 Application 20135

VAUGHEY, Thomas storekeeper Macclesfield 1919[-1928] Memorial 72/478

VAUGHTON, Harry electrician Brighton 1919 Application 26799

VAUGHTON, Robert Rowland mounted constable Tanami. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

VAUGHTON, Rowland farmer Native Valley 1924, born in the district 64 years previously , declared that the SA Company had laid out Tavistock township in 1858. However, nobody had ever built on these allotments which meant that the roads through the township had never become rights of way. The SA Company had fenced off the site some 44 years beforehand, and sold the land to John MULLINS in April 1912. J Mullins had kept the fence around the site Application 27150

VAUGHTON, TG gentleman Littlehampton 1887 Application 21167

VAUGHTON, William Lindsay coachman Glenelg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 8 County Chandos

VAUSE, Harry labourer Compton. Hundred of Young land grant 1897 Grant Book 30 Page 127 County Grey

No 1

VAUSE, Harry Thomas stockholder West Haddon near Mt Gambier and Mary Ann Vause widow of the same place executors for the will of the late Thomas Vause no description 1900 Memorial 36/441

VAUSE, Harry Thomas farmer and grazier Mt Gambier, died 9/12/1927. Husband of Jane Vause. Sons mentioned but not named Memorial 175/500

No 1

VAUSE, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1854[-1865] Memorial 151/72

VAUSE, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858[-1860] Grant Book 30 Page 53 County Grey

VAUSE, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1865 Application 6605

VAUSE, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1867 Memorial 57/220

VAUSE, Thomas farmer Drop Drop Mt Gambier. Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 117 County Grey

VAUSE, Thomas sheep farmer Drop Drop Mt Gambier 1867[-1881] Memorial 209/224

VAUSE, Thomas stockholder Mt Gambier. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1878 Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

VAUSE, Thomas sheepfarmer West Haddon Mt Gambier. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1884 Grant Book 30 Page 201 County Grey

VAUSE, Thomas sheepfarmer West Haddon near Mt Gambier 1887[-1891] Memorial 31/384

VAUSE, Thomas farmer West Haddon near Mt Gambier. Hundred of Young land grant 1892 Grant Book 30 Page 127 County Grey

VAUSE, Thomas stockholder Mt Gambier 1893 Memorial 244/418

VAUSE, Thomas farmer West Haddon near Mt Gambier, died 16/10/1894. Estate worth £30,000. Husband of Mary Ann Sunman Vaux and father of Harry Thomas Vause stockholder near Mt Gambier Memorial 186/425

VAUSE, Thomas farmer and stockholder West Hadden near Mt Gambier, died 16/10/1894. His estate worth £30,000. His entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Sunman Vause, in trust for life, jointly with her son Harry Thomas Vause, then to HT Vause alone absolutely in remainder expectant, subject to certain bequests. The testator's sons, Edward and William Vause, £50 each, 'his unduitiful behaviour causes me to thus cut him out of any further interest in this my last will and testament'. T Vause's daughter Martha WARR to get certain farm land in trust for life, then to her son William Warr and her daughters Georgiana Millicent Warr and Lillie May Warr, in stated proportions absolutely in remainder expectant. The testator's daughter, Lydia Bird, wife of Thomas Bird, also got farming real estate in trust for life, then to her unnamed children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Jane Vause nee DOMAN widow Nelson Vic was the relict of HT Vause 1929. The couple had four sons - John Edward Vause, Thomas James Vause, William Harry Vause and Albert Doman Vause Application 27720

VAUSE, Thomas sheepfarmer Mt Gambier, had died by 1910. Executors – Mary Ann Vause widow Mt Gambier and Harry Thomas Vause stockholder Mt Gambier Grant Book 30 Page 133 County Grey

No 1

VAUTIN, John Esquire Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 172/107

VAUTIN, John branch manager Union Bank of Australia Pt Adelaide 1858[-1861] Memorial 237/141 Husband of Frances Vautin 1859 Memorial 228/157

VAUTIN, John railway contractor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 308/182

VAUTIN, John railway contractor Adelaide (with Henry HILL and George MILLS)1863 Application 3781

VAUTIN, John commission agent Adelaide and Frances Vautin his wife 1867 Memorial 125/218

No 1

VAUX, Edward Bowyer shepherd Adelaide 1842 Memorial 418/2

VAUX, EB shepherd Adelaide 1842 Application 14331

VAUX, Edward Bowyer carter Adelaide 1847 Memorial 308/9

VAUX, Edward Bowyer formerly of Adelaide but now carter and labourer Kensington 1847 Memorial 146-147/8, Memorial 9/9

No 1

VAUX, Frederick gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 190/73

VAUX, Frederick gentleman Bay Road 1866[-1872] Memorial 202/214

No 1

VAUZEY, RG clerk to Messrs SANDFORD & KEPERT solicitors Adelaide 1865[-1866] Memorial 258/207

VAUZEY, RG clerk to WM SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide 1868[-1877] Memorial 243/234

VAWLES, Charles labourer Bowden 1875 Memorial 172/282

VAWSER, Alfred farmer near Two Wells. Hundred of Grace land grant 1866[-1875] Grant Book 27 Page 59 County Gawler

VAWSER, Henry labourer Clare 1920 Application 26916

VAWSER, James fellmonger Hindmarsh 1871 Application 11120

No 1

VAWSER, Joseph Southwell yeoman Unley 1853 Memorial 306/46 Farmer Unley 1853 Memorial 94/53

VAWSER, Joseph Southwell farmer formerly of Unley but now of Willunga 1856 Memorial 135/110

VAWSER, Joseph Southwell farmer Woodlands 1864 Memorial 67/202

VAWSER, William farmer Willunga 1856 Memorial 135/110

VAWSER, William Herbert farmer Prospect 1914 Application 26348

VEAL, E wheelwright Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 121/195

No 1

VEAL, Henry farmer Richmond near Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 62 County Adelaide

VEAL, Henry farmer Richmond 1859 Memorial 157/157

VEAL, Luke farmer Para Plains 1851[-1856] Memorial 90/35

No 1

VEAL, Richard blacksmith North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 268/60

VEAL, Richard blacksmith [formerly of North Adelaide but now of] Gawler 1857[-1861] Memorial 348/118

VEALE, Richard blacksmith [formerly of Gawler but now of] Kapunda 1867 Memorial 171/220

VEAL, William George Matthew storekeeper Smithfield 1927 Application 27591

VEAL, William Joseph bootmaker Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 20 County Adelaide

VEALE, Ethel May widow Drury St, Willaston 1962 Application 29472

No 1

VEALE, Samuel of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 320/43

VEALE, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1839 but then of Walkerville by 1846 Application 23881

VEALE, Samuel getleman Walkerville 1839 Application 13012

VEALE, Samuel gentleman Walkerville 1845[-1846] Memorial 132/5

VEALE, Samuel gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Walkerville 1848 Memorial 261/12

VEALL, Henry farmer Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Goyder land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 412 County Stanley

VEALL, James farmer Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 214/337

No 1

VEALL, William farmer Gawler 1863 Application 4479

VEALL, William farmer Gawler Plains 1865 Memorial 177/204

VEALL, William farmer Gawler Plains 1865 Memorial 261/201

VEALL, William farmer Gawler 1876[-1878] Memorial 206/303

VEALL, William farmer Pt Wakefield 1881[-1888] Memorial 246/339

VEALL, William farmer Pt Wakefield linked with William Anthony Veall farmer Pt Wakefield 1884 Memorial 41/360

No 1

VEARING, Henry John grazier Robe S-E 1937 Memorial 42/511

VEARING, Henry John grazier Robe 1937 Application 28105

No 1

VEARING, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 467/45

VEARING, Thomas labourer Richmond 1861 Memorial 153/172

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

VEARING, Thomas carrier Adelaide 1857 Memorial 305/125

VEARN, William carpenter Gloucester McLaren Vale 1856 Application 18814

VEHLING, L shopman Tanunda 1858 Memorial 122/146

No 1

VEIT, Harry of Adelaide 1891 Memorial 63/411

VEIT, Harry formerly commercial manager Charles ATKINS & Co Currie St, Adelaide, late accountant Austral Tce, Malvern, died 19/7/1902 Callan Park Lunatic Asylum Sydney NSW intestate. Estate valued at £76. Letters of administration to his widow, Alice Veit, formerly of Austral Tce, Malvern but now of Upper Sturt 1909 Application 25710

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VEITCH, Robert builder Kensington 1863 Memorial 208/187

VEITCH, Robert builder Norwood 1869 Memorial 77/243

VEITCH, Robert farmer Hundred of Stow 1876[-1881] Memorial 223/288

VEITCH, Robert farmer near Balaklava 1882 Memorial 12/338

VEITCH, Robert the Elder mason Kingston Park near Adelaide, died 27/6/1870. He left his estate to his son, Robert Veitch the Younger, and daughter Katherine Veitch MCDONALD Memorial 183/379

VEITCH, Robert of King William St, Kent Town and Jane Veitch his wife 1883 Memorial 92/347

VEITCH, Robert Andrew the Younger mason formerly of King William St, Kent Town but then of Blythe St, Brunswick Vic 1909, declared that his father, Robert Veitch mason had built a brick cottage in Kent Town and shifted there in October 1869. Robert Veitch the Elder died 27/6/1870, after which Robert Veitch the Younger lived there until he left for Victoria in July 1885. He transferred the property to his wife, Jane Hannah Veitch, who rented the premises to her brother-in-law, Thomas Brown Veitch, who lived there still in 1909 Application 25577

VEITCH, William farmer Hundred of Stow 1882 Memorial 32/340

No 1

VEITH, William gardener Jamestown 1880 Memorial 34/328

VEITH, Wilhelm saddler Stepney 1883 Memorial 67/347

No 1

VENABLES, George Esquire Cookham, Berks, England, power of attorney to Samue DAVENPORT Esquire Adelaide and Margaret Fraser Davenport, his wife, power of attorney to manage his SA investments and other business affairs 12/2/1853 Deposit 273/1858

VENABLES, George paper maker Cookham, Berks, England, bought land in the Hundred of Macclesfield and allotments in Macclesfield township. He had been a personal friend of the DAVENPORT brothers of Macclesfield for more than 20 years before his death, on 21/4/1860, aged 67. Husband of Mary Venables. She inherited his real estate in SA, together with all his other property. Application 4104

No 1 - likely to be the same person

VENABLES, John wheelwright Woodville 1850[-1855] Memorial 93/26

VENABLES, John wheelwright Penfield 1857 Memorial 68/117

VENABLES, John carpenter Penfield 1867 Application 8652

VENABLES, William farmer formerly of Penfield 1856 but now of Peachey Belt 1863 Application 4576

No 1

VENABLES, WIlliam Henry Edward railway carriage maker Norwood 1875 Memorial 143/285

VENABLES, William Henry Edward coachbuilder Norwood 1878 Memorial 200/307

VENABLES, William Henry of Booyoolie near Laura 1889 Memorial 132/399

No 1

VENDRAMIN, Antonio farmer Paris Creek and May Eileen Venramin his wife 1950 Memorial 70/525

VENDRAMIN, Antonio farmer Paris Creek 1951 Application 28823

No 1

VENN, Andrew Harriot Charles warehouseman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 224/377

VENN, Andrew Harriot Charles draper The Arcade Adelaide 1890 Memorial 17/405

VENN, Francis Harriot cabinetmaker 195 Brunswick Rd, Brunswick Vic 1891. A son of RC and Ann Venn of Adelaide Memorial 131/407

VENN, George William modeller Melbourne Vic 1891. A son of RC and Ann Venn of Adelaide Memorial 130/407

VENN, Henry Whittal stockholder Roebourne Nicol Bay Northern District of WA 1874 Memorial 4/277

VENN, James Grosse chairmaker 39 Mercantile Chambers, Sydney NSW, possibly related to the late Ann Venn formerly Ann HARRIOTT widow Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 115/404

VENN, Joseph fencer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 6 County Buckingham

No 1
VENN, Joseph Augustus engineer Exeter, possibly related to the late Ann Venn formerly Ann HARRIOTT widow Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 22/404

VENN, Joseph Augustus hotelkeeper Globe Inn Thornton St, Kensington 1892 Memorial 204/413

VENN, Margaret Ann spinster Sydney, possibly related to the late Ann Venn formerly Ann HARRIOTT widow Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 167/405

VENN, Robert clerk East Robe 1866 Memorial 69/213

No 1

VENN, Robert Charles ship owner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 427/34

VENN, Robert Charles butcher Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 493/46 Shipping butcher Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 85/84

VENN, Robert Charles became a bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 359/147

VENN, Robert Charles of Currie St, Adelaide, died c1870. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Venn, absolutely Memorial 234/249

VENN, Robert Charles and Elizabeth Victoria Catherine Venn parents of Robert Edward Venn an infant under the age of 21 in 1841. Mrs Venn died 14/12/1851 and RE Venn turned 21 on 13/6/1861. By 1875, RE Venn was an accountant at Kingston S-E Memorial 229/285

VENN, Ann widow publican Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide linked with Andrew Venn licensed victualler Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 238/312

VENN, Ann widow publican Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide now deceased mother of Emily Catherine CLARK nee Venn wife of James Chick Clark merchant Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 150/403

No 1

VENN, Robert Edward accountant Robe 1870[-1872] Memorial 129/246

VENN, Robert Edward of Kingston S-E linked with John James Venn no description 1875 Memorial 206/286

VENN, Robert Edward sheep farmer Kingston S-E 1876 Memorial 236/290

VENN, Robert Edward gentleman Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell 1878 Memorial 208/305

VENN, Robert Edward stockowner Kingston S-E Co MacDonnell. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1879 Grant Book 54 Page 118 County Russell

VENN, Robert Edward accountant Kingston S-E 1880 Memorial 117/326

No 1

VENNING, AE company representative 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1930 Application 28294

VENNING, Albert Edward company valuator Grange linked with John Robert Venning formerly storekeeper Pt Lincoln but now farmer Wudinna 1944 Memorial 4/518

VENNING, Arthur farmer Cowell. Trustee School Hundred of Miltalie Hundred of Miltalie land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

No 1

VENNING, Edward and George the Elder farmers St Ives Farm, Hundred of Kanmantoo Co Sturt 1861 Memorial 20/180

VENNING, Edward farmer Monarto 1878 Memorial 96/310

VENNING, Frederick Edward Samuel farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1950 Grant Book 12 Page 182 County Chandos

VENNING, George farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

VENNING, George the Elder, George the Younger and Edward farmers St Ives Farm, Hundreds of Kanmantoo and Strathalbyn Co Sturt & Co Hindmarsh 1861 Memorial 161/176

VENNING, George Edwin farmer Coonalpyn. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1905 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

VENNING, George Reinhold Jasper farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 60 County Chandos

VENNING, Grace of Crystal Brook 1895 Memorial 90/424

No 1

VENNING, John stonemason Angaston 1853 Memorial 272/56

VENNING, John bachelor Grenfell St, Adelaide married Catherine Billing BATE spinster Grenfell St, Adelaide on 1/5/1842 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: William and Margery EDWARDS. John Venning farmer Angaston, died 24/12/1853 intestate. His eldest son, John Bate Venning, born 22/9/1848, inherited the estate as heir at law. JB Venning's mother, Catherine Venning widow lived at Moonta 1875 Application 14304

No 2 – the Elder and the Younger

VENNING, John tailor Adelaide 1847 Memorial 361/9

VENNING, John farmer Mt Barker. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 349/27

VENNING, John farmer Mt Barker 1851[-1853] Memorial 493/30

VENNING, John farmer The Springs 1856 Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Ashbourne Memorial 209/102

VENNING, John farmer The Springs near Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 161/124

VENNING, John farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 215 County Victoria

VENNING, John the Elder and Younger farmers near Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

VENNING, John farmer Red Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

VENNING, John farmer Pt Lincoln and Eliza Venning his wife 1912 Application 26128

VENNING, John farmer Pt Lincoln 1915 Memorial 145/472

VENNING, John retired farmer Pt Lincoln, died 6/11/1923. Estate worth £4,600. Husband of Eliza Venning. Father of John Robert Venning storekeeper Pt Lincoln, Albert Edward Venning company valuator Grange, Christopher Venning, Emily Ann HARSLETT, George Richard Venning, John Robert Venning, Grace Samler SMYTH, Esther Mabel FORGAN and Gladis Ellen MERCHANT Memorial 15/490

VENNING, J the Younger bank clerk Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 4/494

VENNING, Eliza married woman Pt Lincoln 1907 Memorial 13/458

VENNING, Eliza widow The Grange (relict of the late John Venning), died 20/4/1935 Crystal Brook. Mother of John Robert Venning, Albert Edward Venning, Grace Samler SMYTH, Esther Mabel FORGAN, Christopher Venning and Gladis Ellen MERCHANT. Grandmother of Douglas Roy Merchant, John Lawrence Merchant, Eric George Merchant, Wallace Budley Merchant, Leonard Brian Merchant, Geoffrey Maxwell Merchant, Norman McLennan SMYTH, Elizabeth Flora Smyth, and Margaret Grace Venning. Estate worth £732 Memorial 76/509

No 3 - possibly the same person

VENNING, John labourer Bowden 1853[-1854] Memorial 388/56

VENNING, John limeburner Prospect 1855 Memorial 260/87

No 4

VENNING, John yeoman Nairne 1854 Memorial 144/73

VENNING, John farmer Smithfield 1866 Memorial 226/209

VENNING, John farmer formerly of Smithfield but now of Auburn 1866 Memorial 185/214

No 1

VENNING, John Bate gentleman Moonta 1874 Memorial 64/277

VENNING, JB bookkeeper Maitland 1885 Memorial 238/369

VENNING, John Bate storekeeper Maitland 1888 Application 21473

No 1

VENNING, John Bath possibly farmer Hundred of Koolunga Co Stanley 1888 Memorial 156/392

VENNING, John Bath farmer Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1891 Grant Book 55 Page 192 County Stanley

VENNING, JH clerk to Frank B MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1900 Memorial 129/507

No 1

VENNING, John Reedman farmer Pinnaroo. Trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

VENNING, John Reedman farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 53 County Chandos

No 1 – son of John Venning

VENNING, John Robert agent Pt Lincoln 1918, son of Eliza Venning married woman Pt Lincoln Application 26648

VENNING, John Robert agent Pt Lincoln 1920 Memorial 166/481

VENNING, John Robert storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 121/492

VENNING, John Robert formerly storekeeper Pt Lincoln but now farmer Wudinna linked with Eliza Venning widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Grange 1934 Memorial 41/508

VENNING, John Robert farmer Wudinna, aged 62 in 1940, declared that he had lived in or near Pt Lincoln for 37 years and was a Trustee of the Pt Lincoln Methodist Church Application 28238

VENNING, Leslie Hugo John farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1949 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

VENNING, Reedman farmer Quorn 1885 Memorial 130/369

VENNING, Robert farmer Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford 1890 Memorial 231/408

No 1

VENNING, Samuel Jasper farmer Pinnaroo. Trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

VENNING, Samuel Jasper farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

VENNING, William farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1929 Grant Book 12 Page 56 County Chandos

No 1

VENNING, William Jasper farmer Crystal Brook. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

VENNING, William Jasper farmer Moonta Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 235 County Victoria

VENNING, William Jasper farmer Crystal Brook 1893[-1897] MemorialS 133/416, 20/432

VENTURA, Frank fisherman Pt Lincoln 1910 Application 25854

VENUS, Albert Edward plumber Unley Co Adelaide and Melinda Maud Venus his wife. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 76 County Chandos

VENUS, George plumber Unley Co Adelaide and Hester Holden Venus his wife. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 76 County Chandos

No 1

VENUS, Thomas labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 112/88

VENUS, Thomas labourer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 405/90

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

VENUS, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 152/85

VENUS, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1946

VENUS, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide 1861 Application 2434

VENUS, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1865 Memorial 26/206

No 1

VERCO, Arthur Albert land agent's clerk Adelaide (Wright St) linked with William Verco bricklayer Mile End 1903 Memorial 175/449

VERCO, Arthur A clerk Wayville 1922 Memorial 174/486

VERCO, Elizabeth Margaret of Balaklava 1892 Memorial 39/414

VERCO, Henry Philip clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 52/411

VERCO, James JP miller Balaklava 1884 Memorial 22/356

No 1

VERCO, John bank clerk Gawler 1867 Memorial 135/224

VERCO, John of Balaklava 1878[-1880] Memorial 112/306

No 2

VERCO, John wheat buyer Balaklava about to leave SA and reside in England 1881. William James Verco mentioned but not described Memorial 31/336

VERCO, John wheat merchant Balaklava, about to leave the province and reside in England, power of attorney to William James Verco no description, to manage his SA business affairs 21/2/1881 Deposit 235/1881

VERCO, John gentleman formerly of Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Stow land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

VERCO, John of Balaklava 1882 Memorial 2/338

No 1

VERCO, Joseph Cooke doctor of medicine Adelaide (North Tce) about to live overseas for a time linked with John Verco gentleman Malvern and Richard Verco land agent Adelaide 1899 Memorial 54/437

VERCO, Joseph Cooke Doctor of Medicine North Tce, Adelaide, about to leave the province and reside abroad for some time, power of attorney to John VERCO gentleman Malvern, to manage his SA business affairs 17/2/1899 Deposit 10/1899

No 1 - probably the Elder

VERCO, Richard mason Adelaide 1854[-1862] Memorial 292/61

VERCO, Richard of Adelaide (Wright St) 1867 Memorial 192/227

VERCO, Richard mason Adelaide (Wright St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

VERCO, Richard mason Parkside 1887 Application 21153

No 2 - probably the Younger

VERCO, Richard, Thomas Benjamin Verco and William James Verco millers Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Verco Bros 1875 Memorial 224/279

VERCO, Richard broker Salisbury 1881[-1883] Memorial 163/336, Application 19707

VERCO, Richard corn merchant Salisbury 1883 Memorial 74/354

VERCO, Richard and Thomas Benjamin Verco agents Adelaide (Flinders St) 1885 Memorial 226/369

VERCO, Richard agent Salisbury and Rebecca Verco his wife linked with Thomas Benjamin Verco agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 190/383

VERCO, Richard agent Adelaide (Flinders St) 1886[-1889] Memorial 119/376

VERCO, Richard agent Adelaide 1892 Memorial 228/412

VERCO, Richard land broker Adelaide 1892 Memorial 47/464

VERCO, Richard licensed land broker Adelaide (17 Flinders St) 1894 Application 22661

VERCO, Richard agent Adelaide 1898 Application 23659

VERCO, Richard and VERCO, Thomas Benjamin agents Adelaide 1922 Application 27093

VERCO, Richard formerly corn merchant Salisbury but now out of business Adelaide 1922 Memorial 162/484

No 1

VERCO, Thomas Benjamin miller Salisbury 1878 Memorial 118/305

VERCO, Thomas Benjamin gentleman Salisbury and Alice Verco his wife 1886 Memorial 108/376

VERCO, Thomas Benjamin gentleman formerly of Salisbury but now of Adelaide and Alice Verco his wife 1893 Application 22556

VERCO, William mason Collingwood Vic. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 161 County MacDonnell

No 1

VERCO, William James miller Balaklava 1881[-1888] Memorial 187/336

VERCO, WJ JP merchant Balaklava 1885 Memorial 39/368

VERCO, William James of Balaklava and Elizabeth Margaret Verco his wife 1886 Memorial 207/376

VERCO, William James gentleman Balaklava and Elizabeth Margaret Verco his wife 1887 Memorial 15/388

VERCO, William James wheat and flour merchant North Adelaide and Balaklava, died 12/12/1891 North Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth Margaret Verco. Executors; Richard Verco land agent Adelaide and Thomas Benjamin Verco commission agent Adelaide Memorial 158/413

VERCO, William James wheat and flour merchant North Adelaide and Balaklava, died 12/12/1891. Executors; Richard Verco land agent Adelaide and Thomas Benjamin Verco commission agent Adelaide. Probably WJ Verco's widow, Elizabeth Margaret Verco, had moved to Adelaide by 1894 Memorials 72 & 101/421

No 1

VERCOE, Thomas teacher Kersbrook 1862[-1896] Memorial 87/181

VERCOE, Thomas Taylor teacher Kersbrook 1875 Application 14220

VERCOE, Thomas Taylor minister of the gospel Kersbrook Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

VERCOE, Thomas T minister of the gospel Kersbrook 1879 Memorial 19/316

VERCOE, Thomas Taylor Minister of the Gospel Kersbrook 1886 Application 21096

VERCOE, Thomas Taylor Minister of the Gospel Kersbrook 1890. He had known one of his church members, Samuel Mewett, for 35 years, and prepared his will Application 21773

VERCOE, Thomas Taylor of Willow Grove Kersbrook and Ruth Vercoe his wife 1896 Memorial 178/429

No 1

VERCOE, William schoolmaster Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 241/107

VERCOE, William storekeeper Chain of Ponds, died 20/8/1857 pneumonia, aged 35 Application 9250

VERCO, William James miller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Balaklava (Hundred of Balaklava) township allotment land grant 1875[-1875] Grant Book 26 Page 214 County Gawler

VERCO, William James miller Balaklava. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 115 County Gawler

VERCO, William James merchant Adelaide 1887 Application 21292

VERGO, William Vincent engineer Walkerville 1886 Application 21044

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VERNER, John and William farmers Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 189/204

VERNER, John the Elder farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 30/205

VERNER, John the Younger farmer Section 565 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1865[-1868] Memorial 58/207

VERNER, John the Elder farmer Pt Gawler linked with John Verner the Younger farmer Section 565 Pt Gawler 1867 Memorial 127/221

VERNER, John farmer Section 565 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1873 Memorial 110/272

VERNER, John farmer Two Wells 1885 Application 20436

VERNER, John farmer Pt Gawler 1889 Application 21703

VERNER, John farmer Two Wells 1893 Memorial 180/417

No 1

VERNER, Robert farmer Section 489 Hundred of Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 57/207

VERNER, Robert farmer Blyth Plains. Hundred of Appila land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

VERNER, Sydney Thomas Henry contractor Langhorne Creek 1937 Memorial 43/511, Application 28074

No 1

VERNER, Thomas farmer Two Wells 1893 Memorial 31/418

VERNER, Thomas farmer Pt Gawler 1893. He could not write. Son of John Verner the Elder farmer Pt Gawler, who died c1872. John Verner the Elder's widow, Jane Verner, lived in Two Wells in 1893. The daughters of John and Jane Verner appeared to be Ann PRATT and Margaret PRITCHARD. John Verner the Younger appeared to be the other son Application 22513

No 1

VERNER, William farmer Pt Gawler 1857[-1864] Memorial 101/122

VERNER, William farmer Wombat Farm Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 56/207

VERNER, William farmer Pt Gawler, died c1865. His wife, Catherine Verner, became the administrator of the estate Memorial 318/206

VERRALL, A bacon curer Kenton Valley 1906 Memorial 188/506

No 1

VERRALL, Albert and William gardeners The Hermitage near Houghton 1922[-1943] Memorial 84/488

VERRALL, Albert, VERRALL, Donald Albert and VERRALL, Kevin Roy gardeners The Hermitage near Houghton 1952 Application 28887

VERRALL, Alfred Ernest farmer Gumeracha linked with Ernest Roy Verrall farmer Lobethal 1936 Application 28002

No 1

VERRALL, Charles farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1887[-1892] Memorial 144/387

VERRALL, Charles gardener Houghton 1910 Memorial 129/463

VERRALL, Charles gardener The Hermitage Houghton 1926 Memorial 18/496

VERRALL, Charles farmer Houghton 1926 Application 27484

VERRALL, Edward dealer Stepney 1914 Application 26326

No 1

VERRALL, George farmer The Hermitage 1883 Memorial 213/347

VERRALL, George farmer The Hermitage near Houghton linked with William Verrall formerly farmer Houghton 1901 Memorial 96/444

VERRALL, Henry James farmer Hermitage and Elizabeth Verrall his wife 1913 Memorial 121/468

VERRALL, Ivy Blanche widow 11 Guildford Ave, Prospect Estate 1952 Application 28887

VERRALL, Samuel wood merchant Stepney St, Stepney 1921 Application 26970

No 1

VERRALL, WIlliam farmer Houghton 1855[-1857] Memorial 384/81

VERRALL, William farmer and gardener The Hermitage near Tea Tree Gully 1874 Application 13318

VERRALL, William gentleman Gloucester St, Prospect, died 28/9/1906. Husband of Alice Verrall. Father of Charles, George and Henry James Verrall all gardeners The Hermitage near Houghton Memorial 66/456

VERRALL, William retired fruitgrower Range Road, North Hermitage near Houghton, died 2/1/1966 Royal Adelaide Hospital. Husband of May Verrall. Father of Irene Beatrice BAGSHAW and Freda May HEAD Memorial 17/535

VERRAN, Henry teamster East Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 66 County Daly

No 1

VERRAN, John of near Kapunda 1860 Application 1577

VERRAN, John miner Moonta 1874 Memorial 106/278

VERRAN, John miner Moonta Mines 1900. He declared that he was a member of the SA District of the Independent Order of Rechabites Unity Tent 18 Application 23944

VERRAN, JH secretary to Reid Bros Ltd of New Dock, Pt Adelaide 1937 Memorial 131/511

VERRAN, Joseph miner Cross Roads, Moonta 1886 Memorial 46/379

No 1 – the Elder

VERRAN, Martin yeoman Armagh 1854 Memorial 287/72

VERRAN, Martin the Elder married Sarah HITCHENS on 18/3/1835 St Blazey parish church, Cornwall, England. 10 children born - 3 sons and 2 daughters died in infancy. The family emigrated to SA. Martin Verran Senr farmer Armagh near Clare, died 1855 intestate. His widow Sarah Verran entitled to dower. His eldest son, Martin Verran the Younger farmer Condowie, inherited as heir at law. Other surviving children included - Sarah Ann LLOYD wife of William Lloyd of Clare, Martin Verran Junr, Victoria BUTLER nee Verran wife of Patrick Butler of Armagh, Mary Jane Verran and William Verran. All certificates destroyed years beforehand Application 20417

VERRAN, Sarah widow Watervale. Hundred of Clare land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 28 County Stanley

VERRAN, Sarah widow Armagh near Clare 1883 Memorial 216/348

VERRAN, Sarah widow Mowhill Farm near Armagh, died 29/10/1895 Clare. Mother of William Hitchins Verran farmer Brinkworth, Sarah Ann LLOYD wife of William Lloyd, Victoria BUTLER wife of Patrick Butler of Armagh, Mary Jane Verran. Estate worth £51 Memorial 20/509

No 2 – the Younger

VERRAN, Martin farmer near Clare. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

No 1 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VERRAN, Richard of Moonta Mines 1887 Memorial 14/385

VERRAN, Richard farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

VERRAN, Richard the Younger, John Barnett and William James farmers Hundred of Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

No 1

VERRAN, William farmer Clare. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

VERRAN, William farmer Hundred of Boucaut 1889 Memorial 72/397

VERRAN, William farmer Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1891 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

VERRAN, William Hitchins farmer near Rochester son of Sarah Verran widow formerly of Armagh near Clare but now not stated 1888 Memorial 218/390

VERRIER, Alfred railway plate layer Alberton 1871 Application 11276

VERRINDER, Ishamael licensed victualler John Bull Inn, Stirling near Pt Augusta, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 170/219

VETTER, Theodor Wilhelm carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1912 Memorial 195/466

No 1

VEYSEY, Francis gentleman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 446/11

VEYSEY, Francis accountant to JB NEALES Esquire Adelaide 1857 Memorial 269/116

VEYSEY, Francis accountant Adelaide (King William St) 1857 Memorial 248/128

VEYSEY, Francis of Gresham Chambers Adelaide 1868 Memorial 91/229

VIAL, E wheelwright Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 121/195

No 1

VIAL, Samuel of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 278/23

VIAL, Samuel miner Strathalbyn late 1850 Memorial 234/27

VIAL, Samuel enginedriver Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

VIANELLO, John labourer Glanville and Elsie Jane Vianello, his wife 1913 Application 26248

No 1

VIANT, John brickmaker Gawler 1847 Memorial 417/8

VIANT, John farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1850 Memorial 253/106

VICARY, Frederick William storekeeper Meadows 1877[-1878] Memorial 116/302

VICARY, Henry barman Kapunda Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

No 1

VICARY, William builder Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 419/15

VICARY, William contractor Adelaide 1856[-1867] Memorial 330/120

VICARY, William contractor Hilton 1864 Enrolment 33/48

VICARY, William contractor Adelaide 1867 Memorial 119/219

No 1

VICK, Carl Heinrich bootmaker Mt Charles 1855 Memorial 298/94

VICK, Carl storekeeper Charleston 1875 Memorial 52/284

VICK, Carl Heinrich made his will 1868. Anna Catharine Sophie Vick to inherit 'that stone builded store and that wooden cottage both erected' [on allotment 9 Charleston], 'together with all the stock in trade of a storekeeper and all furniture, utensils, implements, jewellery, money and any other article found in my possession, shall come into the early possession of my wife' Memorial 187/284

.VICK, Anna Catharine widow Charleston 1876, relict of the late Carl Heinrich Vick formerly bootmaker 1855 later storekeeper Charleston. She could not write Application 15134

VICK, Sophia Anna Catherine widow near Woodside 1880[-1885] Memorial 54/322

VICK, Mrs Sophia proprietor of Sections 5227, 5228 Hundred of Onkaparinga known as MCCORKINDALES. Mrs Vick leased this land to gold prospectors 1881 Memorial 166/332

VICK, Sophi Anna Catherine widow near Woodside, died 4/3/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to her daughter, Sophia Marie Elizabeth SCHWARK wife of Joachim Schwark farmer Tarcowie, to settle the estate Memorial 56/384

VICK, Sophia Anna Catherine widow near Woodside, died 4/3/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to her only child, Sophie Marie Elisabeth SCHWARK wife of Joachim Schwark farmer Tarcowie. Estate worth £300. By 1890, Sophia Marie Elisabeth Schwark nee Vick had married Fridolin HOFFMANN baker Woodside Application 21927

VICK, George carter Brighton 1854 Memorial 261/63

No 1 – perhaps the same person

VICK, Henry labourer Thebarton 1877 Memorial 199/297

VICK, Henry labourer Plympton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1883 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

VICK, Henry farmer Inkerman. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1888 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

No 1

VICK, James and William brewers Plympton 1875[-1877] Memorial 132/280

VICK, James brewer Plympton and PARKS, Charles baker Magill, in business partnership 1877 Application 16400

No 2

VICK, James labourer Plympton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1882 Grant Book 27 Page 144 County Gawler

VICK, James farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1882 Memorial 23/338

No 3

VICK, James sheepfarmer Mt Gambier 1898 Memorial 160/435

VICK, Robert Harold Walter railway employee Murray Bridge 1948 Application 28609

No 1

VICKERMAN, Charles farmer Beverley 1849 Memorial 114/20

VICKERMAN, Charles farmer Section 426 Port Road near Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 1811/24

VICKERMAN, Charles farmer Woodville, power of attorney to William BARTLEY, William BAKEWELL, and Randolph Isham STOW solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/7/1859 Deposit 243/1860

VICKERMAN, Charles gold digger formerly of Adelaide but now of Sandhurst Vic 1859[-1860] Memorial 111/152

VICKERS, Benjamin labourer Portland Estate husband of Sarah Vickers and father of Benjamin James Vickers no description 1867 Memorial 77/247

VICKERS, Richard fruiterer Jetty Road, Glenelg 1879 Memorial 116/321

No 1

VICKERSTAFF, David publican Gawler 1850. He leased his hotel to Johann KORFF publican Tanunda for 7 years at £156 a year Memorial 130/23 Land owner Gawler mid 1850[-1852] Memorial 187/23

VICKERSTAFF, David contractor Pt Adelaide, died c 1855. He left his whole estate to his wife, Charlotte Vickerstaff Memorial 249/144

VICKERSTAFF, Charlotte widow Alberton 1857 Owner of the Gawler Arms Hotel, Gawler Memorial 268/115

VICKERSTAFF, Charlotte widow Gawler 1858 Memorial 320/141

No 1

VICKERY, George formerly malster 1839 but now corn merchant Adelaide 1845 Application 6704

VICKERY, George corn dealer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 376/6

VICKERY, George farmer The Meadows 1849[-1886] Memorial 92/19 Sheep farmer Meadows 1850[-1855] Memorial 222/27

VICKERY, George farmer Meadows Special Survey 1853[-1854] Memorial 3217/49

VICKERY, George sheep farmer The Meadows foundation trustee Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1855 Memorial 249/84

VICKERY, George gentleman near Kooringa 1856[-1859] Memorials 81/15719/160

VICKERY, George sheepfarmer Wildoto near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 300 County Adelaide

VICKERY, George sheep farmer Wildoto near Kooringa 1859[-1861] Application 1001, Application 2260

VICKERY, George farmer [formerly of The Meadows but now of] Wildoto 1860 Memorial 121/162

VICKERY, George gentleman of near Kooringa 1860 Application 1109

VICKERY, George stockholder Meadows 1867 Memorial 37/223

VICKERY, George sheep farmer Meadows 1864 Application 5569

VICKERY, George sheepfarmer Wildoto near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 189 County Stanley

VICKERY, George gentleman Meadows 1875 Memorial 135/280

VICKERY, George gentleman The Meadows 1875 Memorial 223/284 Brewer Adelaide late 1875 Memorial 65/285

VICKERY, George Esquire The Meadows 1876 Application 15491

VICKERY, George formerly farmer Clarendon but now sheep farmer The Meadows. Meadows Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Section 3490 Hundred of Kuitpo) continuing Trustee 1897 Application 23395

No 1

VICKERY, William labourer North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 200/107

VICKERY, William painter North Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 50/96

VICKERY, William painter Adelaide 1871 Application 11612

VICKERY, William gentleman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 88/295

VICKERY, William gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles French FOLLAND the Elder gentleman Enfield, to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1876 Deposit 244/1876

No 1

VICTOR, John Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 284/17

VICTOR, John farmer Greenock Creek 1855 Memorial 271/83

No 1

VICTOR, Richard farmer The Moppa 1867 Application 8388

VICTOR, Richard gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 21/12/1880 Deposit 94/1881

VICTOR, Richard gentleman Melbourne Vic 1881 Of the Victors of Greenock Application 18480

VICTOR, Richard gentleman Halifax St, Adelaide, died 15/12/1921 intestate son of Thomas Victor gentleman, who died 9/4/1880 [founder of Victorville, Greenock] Memorial 84/490 & RPA Search 1340

No 1

VICTOR, Thomas farmer Greenock 1850 Memorial 8/23

VICTOR, Thomas farmer formerly of Greenock Creek but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 58/83

VICTOR, Thomas farmer Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 42/128

VICTOR, Thomas corn miller Greenock Creek 1858[-1859] Memorial 71/138

VICTOR, Thomas farmer Section 1677a Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 373/160

VICTOR, Thomas farmer Victorville Hundred of Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 76/165

VICTOR, Thomas miller Greenock 1864 Application 5672

VICTOR, Thomas Esquire Victorville, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/6/1867 Deposit 21/1869

VICTORSEN, Jacob gentleman Adelaide 1879 Book 13 Page 295 County Dalhousie

No 1

VICTORSEN, John storekeeper Laura. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 313 County Victoria

VICTORSEN, John storekeeper Laura linked with Louis Victorsen storekeeper Clare and Laura 1878 Memorial 177/311

VICTORSEN, John storekeeper Wirrabara Co Frome and Gertrude Victorsen his wife. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

VICTORSEN, John storekeeper Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 500 County Frome

VICTORSEN, John storekeeper Carrieton Co Dalhousie. Trustee Institute Wirrabara. Hundred of Appila land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

No 1

VICTORSEN, Julius storekeeper Clare 1854[-1855] Memorial 330/67

VICTORSEN, Julius formerly storekeeper Clare 1859 but now gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12275

VICTORSEN, Julius storekeeper Glenelg and Clare, died 1875. He left portion fo his entire estate to his wife, Rosetta Victorsen. She and Alexander KAUFFMANN storekeeper Adelaide and Abraham Abrahams Esquire Adelaide named as the executors Memorial 76/323

VICTORSEN, Julius storekeeper Glenelg and Clare, died 25/1/1875 Glenelg. He left his personal estate to his wife, Rebecca Victorsen absolutely. His share of the general store at Clare and wheat store, which he ran in partnership with his son, Louis Victorsen, to go to his wife, Rosetta Victorsen, provided Louis Victorsen agreed to the partnership. J Victoren also had a shop at Laura, which he ran in conjunction with his brother, John Victorsen, as well as his son, Louis Victorsen 1875. A trust fund set up from the profits to provide an income for the widow Application 28210

VICTORSEN, Julius storekeeper formerly of Clare but then of Glenelg, died 25/1/1875. By 1891, his family was disposed thus: Louis Victorsen storekeeper Clare, Theodore JUDELL wife of Moritz Wolff Judell gentleman Adelaide, Philip Victorsen formerly jeweller Clare but now gentleman Adelaide, and Henriette SOLOMON wife of Judah Moses Solomon solicitor Adelaide Memorial 48/410

No 1

VICTORSEN, Louis storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 317 County Victoria

VICTORSEN, Louis of Clare 1876 Memorial 201/292

VICTORSEN, Louis and Rosetta storekeepers Clare 1877 Memorial 148/298

No 1

VICTORSEN, Philip watchmaker Clare 1888 Memorial 31/396

VICTORSEN, Philip fruitgrower Laura 1899[-1902] Memorial 192/438

VICTORSEN, Philip gardener formerly of Clare but then of Laura, died c1906. Brother to Louis Victorsen storekeeper Clare Memorial 96/457

VICTORSEN, Rosetta, Julius and John general storekeepers Laura, carrying on trade under the style or firm of Victorsen, Sons & Co then Rosetta Victorsen and Louis Victorsen general storekeepers Clare carrying on trade under the style or firm of Victorsen & Son. By late 1878, the Victorsens had become bankrupts and Rosetta Victorsen had gone in parts beyond the seas. Louis Victorsen was a general storekeeper at Clare and Laura while John Victorsen was a general storekeeper at Laura 1878 Memorial 177/311

VICTORSEN, Rosetta widow Glenelg relict of the late Philip Victorsen formerly jeweller Clare now deceased 1883 Memorial 164/352

No 1

VICTORY, James yeoman formerly of Bowden 1841 but now of Mt Barker 1844 Application 6704

VICTORY, James yeoman Bremer Special Survey 1857[-1860] Memorial 185/126

VICTORY, James formerly yeoman Bremer Special Survey 1857 but now farmer Gumeracha 1864 Application 4886

VICTORY, James farmer Gumeracha 1866[-1870] Memorial 155/216

VICTORY, James farmer Milang 1911 Memorial 75/465

No 2

VICTORY, James and Luke farmers Gumeracha 1850[-1854] Memorial 350/116

VICTORY, James and Luke miners Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 232/78

VICTORY, John farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1902 Memorial 46/446

No 1

VICTORY, Luke farmer The Bremer 1858 Application 116

VICTORY, Luke farmer North Gumeracha, died 1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Bridget Victory, to settle the estate Memorial 171/281

VICTORY, Bridget widow formerly of North Gumeracha but now of Jamestown 1875, relict of the late Luke Victory formerly yeoman the Bremer Special Survey 1857. She could not write Application 14314

VIDAL, Dunstan gentleman Adelaide took over the unexpired lease of the Exchange Hotel, Pt Adelaide from Alexander RUSSELL no description 1868 Memorial 141/228

VIDAL, Francis & George Clerks in Holy Orders, Exeter, Devon, England, bought land grants for Sections 2316 and 2321 District E Encounter Bay, in 1840. They later emigrated to Denham Court Mulgoa NSW by the 1850s. Francis Vidal had returned to England and taken up a position at Eton College, Windsor, Berks, England by 1858. He appointed his brother George Vidal as his Australian attorney. Richard Boucher JAMES gentleman Adelaide knew both men Application 11332

No 1 FIND Check Denham

VIDAL, George Clerk in Holy Orders Denham Court NSW, power of attorney to Richard Boucher JAMES Esquire of near Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/12/1851 Deposit 231/1860

VIDAL, George Clerk in holy orders Denham Court NSW 1854 probably linked with the Rev'd Francis Vidal of Eton in Bucks, England Memorials 233 & 234/61

VIDAL, George clerk in holy orders formerly of Exeter, Devon, England but now of Denham Court NSW 1859 Memorial 216/160

VIDALE, Letho confectioner Adelaide (19 Rundle St) 1921 Memorial 109/483

VIDEON, Elizabeth widow Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1884[-1886] Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

VIDEON, Henry teamster Halbury Co Stanley. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

VIED, Friedrich Heinrich storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856[-1858] Memorial 207/98

No 1

VIERCK, Friedrich contractor Nuriootpa 1872 Memorial 10/264

VIERCK, Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm contractor Nuriootpa, died 5/10/1876. Husband of Ellen Mary Vierck 1889 Application 21706

No 1

VIERTELHAUSEN, Carl farmer near Callington on the Bremer 1858 Memorial 175/141

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

VIGAR, Abel farmer Truro 1857 Memorial 2/115

VIGAR, Joseph farmer Moorowie 1887 Memorial 44/388

No 1

VIGAR, John William farmer Lameroo. Trustee School Hundred of Bews 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

VIGAR, John William farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

VIGAR, Joseph farmer Orrie Cowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

VIGAR, Joseph farmer Warooka Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

No 1

VIGAR, Joseph William farmer North Rhine 1861 Memorial 119/176

VIGAR, Joseph William farmer Hundred of Anna 1886 Memorial 98/379

VIGAR, Thomas Matthews farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 191/305

VIGIS, Thomas Baptist minister Gawler. Uley Baptist Chapel trustee 1914 Memorial 196/470

VIJORS/VIGORS, Bartholomew Urban Esquire Perth WA 1849[-1850] Memorial 415/15

No 1

VILE, William Edmond livery stable keeper Kapunda leased the Invermaye Paddocks [7 Sections of land - 1, 2, 15, 16, 277, 1243, 1244] near Kapunda at £391/19/- a year 'together with all edifices' from Cecilia BUCHANAN widow North Adelaide 1865 Memorial 344/207

VILE, William Edmond livery stable keeper Kapunda 1866[-1867] Memorial 190/211

No 1

VILLAGE, Thomas farmer Kapunda. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 366 County Light

VILLAGE, Thomas farmer The Light 1865 Application 5912

VILLAGE, Thomas farmer Tothill Creek 1893 Application 22548

VILLIS, Isaac farmer Hundred of King 1886[-1887] Memorial 202/380

VILLIS, Thomas Henry agent North Burra (Aberdeen) 1942 Memorial 81/516

No 1

VINALL, Arthur John labourer Williamstown 1895[-1939] Application 22995, Application 28199

VINALL, Arthur John labourer Williamstown. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1918 Grant Book 2 Page 56 County Adelaide

No 1

VINALL, Edward labourer Lyndoch 1857 Memorial 266/129

VINALL, Edward farmer Lyndoch Valley 1860 Memorial 232/169

VINALL, Edward farmer near Williamstown 1861 Memorial 144/174

VINALL, Edward labourer Williamstown, died 15/2/1887 Adelaide. Estate worth £100. His executors, his son William Edward Vinall and son-in-law, Stephen GOWER to sell his whole estate and distribute the proceeds equally amongst the children of his deceased daughter Mary Ann LANGDON Application 22995

VINCE, George of Brooklyn, Mt Lofty 1870 Memorial 34/248

No 1

VINCE, James Frederick gardener Mt Lofty linked with William Vince gardener Section 4 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1873 Memorial 73/270

VINCE, James Frederick market gardener Brookland near Summertown 1885 Application 20777

No 1

VINCE, William gardener Belmount near Magill 1851[-1853] Memorial 59/37 Gardener formerly of Belmount but now of Section 1064 Survey B Co Adelaide 1853 Memorial 321/54

VINCE, William farmer Section 4 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853[-1855] Memorial 321/48

VINCE, William farmer Section 4 Hundred of Onkaparinga linked with William Chichester Albert Vince butcher Adelaide 1869 Memorial 96/241

VINCE, William gardener Section 4 Mt Lofty, died c1881. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Vince, in trust for life, then his real estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons, James Frederick Vince and George Vince, provided they pay their sisters, Jane DRUMMOND and Emma YOUNG (daughters of the testator), £20 each Memorial 230/331

VINCE, William gardener Section 4 Mt Lofty, died 23/2/1881. Husband of Hannah Vince. Two sons - George Sandford Manditt Vince farmer Horsham Vic and James Frederick Vince market gardener Brookland Memorial 64/335

No 2

VINCE, William labourer The Sturt 1882 Application 18986

No 1

VINCE, William Chichester Albert butcher Mt Lofty 1868 Memorial 82/230

VINCE, William Chichester Albert butcher formerly Adelaide 1869 now Burnside 1870 Application 10633

VINCENT, Charles licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, leased the Lord Exmouth Hotel in Montpelier St, Waterville near Pt Adelaide from the Woodridge family for £218/8/- a year for 7 years from 1892 Memorial 218/413

No 1

VINCENT, Frederick pastrycook Adelaide (Pt TA 39 Rundle St) 1894[-1895] Memorial 179/420

VINCENT, Frederick pastrycook Adelaide (Central Market) 1905 Memorial 58/454

No 1

VINCENT, George blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 494/52

VINCENT, George blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1875 Memorial 194/282

VINCENT, George galvanised iron worker Alfred St, Norwood, died 1/9/ 1879. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Vincent, absolutely Memorial 40/319

VINCENT, Henry baker Adelaide (Pt TA 71 Hindley St) 1882 Memorial 137/340

No 1

VINCENT, James police constable Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 226/130

VINCENT, James [formerly police constable but now] engine driver Pt Adelaide 1869 Memorial 123/237

No 1

VINCENT, John miner Kapunda 1868 Application 9464

VINCENT, John farmer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

No 2

VINCENT, John farmer Palmer near Quorn. Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 96 County Newcastle

VINCENT, Leonard James baker Medindie 1927 Application 27603

No 1

VINCENT, Robert station manager Binnum. Trustee Institute Frances Frances (Hundred of Binnum) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 46 Page 35 County MacDonnell

VINCENT, Robert station manager Binnum 1904[-1908] Memorial 89/451

VINCENT, Stanley Gordon hotel proprietor Wheatsheaf Hotel, Thebarton 1945 Application 28419

No 1 - possibly the same person

VINCENT, William labourer The Sturt 1857 Memorial 174/114

VINCENT, William farmer Brighton Plains 1863 Application 4121

VINCENT, William farmer near the Sturt River 1865 Application 6410

VINCENT, William farmer Brighton 1874 Memorial 117/276

VINE, Eric Boswell farmer O'Halloran Hill 1915 Application 26421

VINE, Edward H bank clerk Mintaro 1891 Memorial 20/412

VINE, Henry miller Adelaide (Penaluna Place off Grote St), died 11/2/1887. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Vine nee GILBERT, absolutely Memorial 78/384

No 1

VINE, Howard Hall banker Carrieton Co Dalhousie. Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

VINE, Howard H bank manager Carrieton 1883 Memorial 77/347

VINE, James tailor Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 115/93

VINE, Ronald B schoolteacher Blackford via Kingston S-E 1938 Memorial 199/512

VINE, Thomas labourer Adelaide linked with William Henry Vine cordial manufacturer Adelaide 1895 Memorial 209/427

VINE, William Erwin letter sorter Kent Town Co Adelaide. Tintinara (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 10 Page 101 County Cardwell

VINECOMBE, John Thomas farmer McLaren Vale 1855 Memorial 410/97

No 1

VINECOMBE, William farmer Noarlunga 1850[-1876] Memorial 490/79 Farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 491/79

VINECOMBE, William farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1853 now of Noarlunga 1876. Linked with Stephen Moore Vinecombe carrier Narracoorte Application 15100

VINER, DC clerk Adelaide 1915 Memorial 111/473

No 1

VINEY, George blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 484/60

VINEY, George blacksmith South Road 1855 Memorial 420/84

VINEY, George blacksmith Edwardstown 1857 Memorial 179/128

VINEY, George blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of South Road 1859 Memorial 90/152

VINEY, George wheelwright and publican Edwardstown, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 305/166

VINEY, George licensed victualler South Road 1863 Memorial 106/191

VINEY, George wheelwright Edwardstown 1867 Memorial 94/228

VINEY, George licensed victualler South Road 1869 Application 9733

VINEY, James blacksmith Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 18 County Adelaide

No 1

VINEY, Thomas dairyman Rosewater 1883 Memorial 189/352

VINEY, Thomas dairyman Yatala township, died c1883. Husband of Emily Viney Memorial 67/355

No 1

VINEY, Thomas Haynes carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1869] Memorial 328/10

VINEY, Thomas Haynes timber merchant Adelaide 1851[-1877] Memorial 14/32, Application 16327

No 1

VINEY, William carpenter Adelaide (Coromandel Row) 1838 Memorial 282/107

VINEY, William carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 21950

VINEY, William labourer Adelaide 1843 Memorial 138/7

VINEY, William carpenter Adelaide 1847[-1873] Memorial 134/8

VINEY, William carpenter Adelaide and Ann Viney his wife. Brother to Thomas Haynes Viney no description 1858. Mrs Viney died c1877 Memorial 203/341

VINEY, William carpenter Adelaide 1869 Application 10231

VINIE, William labourer Brighton 1882 Application 19206

VIRGIN, George Robert barman Murray Bridge 1948 Application 28607

No 1

VIRGIN, Joseph farmer Pt Elliot 1862 Memorial 234/183

VIRGIN, Joseph farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1873 Application 12976

VIRGIN, Joseph farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1876[-1902] Memorial 236/289, Application 16963

VIRGIN, Joseph and William farmers Hindmarsh Valley 1907 Memorial 78/458

No 1

VIRGIN, William labourer Adelaide 1865 Memorial 179/203

VIRGIN, William labourer Adelaide 1902 Memorial 138/446

No 1

VIRGO, Albert Edward William of Bordertown 1902 Memorial 245/444

VIRGO, Albert Edward William storekeeper Bordertown 1916 Application 26505

VIRGO, Albert Edward William storekeeper Bordertown 1938, born on 27/10/1869, declared that he had lived in Bordertown since 1892 Application 28120

VIRGO, AN proclaimed bank manager Nuriootpa 1928 Memorial 173/499

No 1

VIRGO, Caleb carpenter Glenelg Loyal Temple of Peace Oddfellow Lodge trustee 1862 Memorial 274/185

VIRGO, Caleb builder Glenelg 1866 Memorial 151/208

VIRGO, Caleb builder formerly of Glenelg but now of Penfield 1877 Memorial 104/298

VIRGO, Caleb builder Penfield 1878 Memorial 1/311

No 1

VIRGO, David of Balaklava 1895 Memorial 124/424

VIRGO, David auctioneer Balaklava 1896 Memorial 87/428

VIRGO, Edward postman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 152/248

No 1

VIRGO, James gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 106/2

VIRGO, James carter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 323/24

VIRGO, James carrier Adelaide 1850 Application 18549

VIRGO, James farmer Hampstead Heath near North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 72/24

VIRGO, James farmer Walkerville 1851 Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 153/31

VIRGO, James storekeeper North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 230/169

VIRGO, James baker Willunga 1862 Memorial 206/184

No 1

VIRGO, James Edwin civil servant Unley. Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Memorial 109/413

VIRGO, James Edwin civil servant Unley Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Application 22271

VIRGO, James E JP of Yankalilla 1929 Memorial 128/502

VIRGO, Thomas G blacksmith Hamley Bridge 1901 Memorial 120/444

No 1

VIRGO, William Luxford carpenter Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 78 County Victoria

VIRGO, William Luxford builder Georgetown. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Bundaleer Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 71 County Victoria

VIRGO, William Luxford builder Georgetown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 13 County Blachford

VIRGO, William Luxford builder Cockburn Out of Hundreds. Trustee Institute Cockburn. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

No 1

VIRGOE, William Richard merchant Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1877 Memorial 177/303

VIRGOE, William Richard merchant formerly of Melbourne Vic but then of 8 Leadenhall St, London, died 25/8/1884, linked with Robert Benjamin Ayers Virgoe gentleman Melbourne Vic and William Richard Neil Virgoe of Mathoura Station near Mathoura NSW 1887 Memorial 56/383

VIRTUE, James labourer Kanmantoo 1857 Memorial 283/130

VISICK, John Henry engine driver Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 72 County Daly

VIVIAN, Campbell Royce dairy farmer Milang 1950 Memorial 126/524

No 1

VIVIAN, George and Thomas carpenters Kooringa 1851 Memorial 61/37

No 2

VIVIAN, George dairyfarmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1933 Memorial 116/506

VIVIAN, James Peter farmer Harrogate. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

No 1

VIVIAN, John farmer Strathalbyn 1858[-1873] Memorial 177/137

No 2

VIVIAN, John of Kooringa 1879, died 11/4/1889. His widow, Mary Ann Vivian, died 13/5/1908 Memorial 134/397

No 3

VIVIAN, John farmer Hundred of Dalkey, died c1980. Husband of Mary Vivian. Father of James Vivian farmer Hundred of Dalkey Memorial 181/455

VIVIAN, Mary widow of the late John Vivian farmer Dalkey, died 3/3/1901, of bronchitis and heart disease, aged 86. Mother-in-law of George REID of Dalkey. Thomas Henry no occupation Dalkey, who died 25/7/1906, of paralysis, aged 47 likely to be a son, as was James Vivian of Dalkey no description Application 25232

VIVIAN, Thomas licensed victualler Aberdeen near Kooringa 1906 Memorial 31/456

VIVIAN, Toby Lyne fruiterer Adelaide leased portion of the YMCA Building on TA 106 for his business 1884 Memorial 133/362

VIVIAN, William farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

VIVIAN, William Henry out of business North Adelaide 1913 Memorial 33/469

No 1

VIZARD, Joseph farmer Gilberton 1864 Memorial 95/198

VIZARD, Joseph engine driver formerly of Pt Adelaide 1856 but now of Gilberton 1866 Application 7848

VIZARD, Joseph formerly farmer 1864 but now founder Gilberton 1876 Application 15062

VIZARD, Joseph farmer Tea Tree Gully 1886 Application 21113

VOCE, William Bailey labourer Pt Victor 1895 Memorial 27/425

No 1

VOCKINS, John sawyer Gould Creek Adelaide 1852 Memorial 334/69

VOCKINS, John farmer formerly of Gould Creek but now of Salisbury 1879 Memorial 104/315

VOCKINS, Charles farmer Salisbury 1898 Application 23659

No 1

VOCKINS, Josiah labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para and Sarah Vickins his wife 1916 Memorial 172/474

VOCKINS, Josiah labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 23/5/1927 Hutchinson Hospital Gawler East, of cardiac asthenia and one week pleurisy, aged 72. Memorial 34/529

VOECKE, Hans George labourer near Lobethal 1861 Application 2459

No 1

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob yeoman Black Forest near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 254/37

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob farmer Black Forest 1851 Application 19557

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob gentleman Black Forest 1854 Memorial 272/70 Farmer The Bay 1854 Memorial 320/70

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob farmer Section 53 Survey B 1856 Memorial 354/99

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob licensed victualler Forest Inn Bay Road 1856[-1857] Memorial 355/99

VOEGE/VÖGE, Carl farmer Bay Road near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 174/116

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob of the Bay Road 1866 Memorial 33/215

VOEGE/VOGE/VÖGE, Johann Carl Jacob gentleman Edwardstown 1883 Memorial 81/348, Application 19666

VOGES, August of Bethel 1870 Memorial 78/246

No 1

VOGES, Theodor clerk to CE TIDEMANN land agent Adelaide 1867[-1868] Memorial 107/219

VOGES, Carl August Theodor and Oscar Friedrich Theodor ZIEGLER agents Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Voges & Ziegler 1870 Memorial 57/247, Application 16418

No 1

VOGES, Carl Georg August cabinetmaker Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1850[-1856] Memorial 100/20

VOGES, Bertha Johanna Ernestine widow hitherto a resident of Adelaide but now about to go abroad. She had two children - Carl August Theodor Voges and Maria Juliane Emma Voges 1864 Memorial 27/244

VOGLER, Carl farmer Hurtle Vale 1849[-1852] Memorial 423/19

No 1

VOGT, Anton surgeon Mintaro 1868 Memorial 156/233

VOGT, Anton surgeon Mintaro 1870 Memorial 94/251

VOGT, Antonius surgeon Auburn 1875 Memorial 15/281

VOGT, Anton doctor of medicine Auburn, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William Edward GILES agent Mintaro, to manage his SA business affairs 14/3/1876 Deposit 245/1876

VOGT, August the Younger farmer Stockport 1884 Application 20232

No 1

VOGT, Christian Ludwig August farmer Bethel 1871[-1885] Application 11803, Memorial 93/363

VOGT, August the Elder farmer Hundred of Light 1884 Application 20235

No 1

VOGT, A dairyman Islington 1915 Application 26443

VOGT, Christian Rudolph August dairyman Pym St, Islington 1926 Application 27434

VOGT, Edwin Oscar garage proprietor Tarlee 1942 Memorial 157/516

VOGT, Ernst Bernhard Albert blacksmith Kapunda 1912[-1913] Memorial 142/467, Application 26174

VOGT, Gustav Adolph labourer Devon Downs. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VOGT, Matthew the Elder and Younger farmers Blyth 1902 Memorial 59/445

VOGT, Matthew the Younger farmer Blyth 1892[-1897] Memorial 110/414

No 1

VOGT, Nathaniel Alfred blacksmith Kapunda 1919 Memorial 26/479

VOGT, Nathaniel Alfred retired blacksmith Kapunda, died 11/3/1937. Husband of Anna Hulda Vogt Memorial 185/510

No 1

VOGT, Rudolph Wilhelm farmer Bethel 1885 Memorial 93/363

VOGT, Rudolph Wilhelm farmer [formerly of Bethel but now of the] Hundred of Anna 1892 Memorial 233/413

VOGUE, Edward miner Kapunda 1859 Memorial 194/155

No 1

VOIGT, August journeyman miller Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 488/10

VOIGT, August labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 145/14

VOIGT, August blacksmith Bowden 1849[-1853] Memorial 200/19

VOIGT, August farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 258/116

VOIGT, August Hermann labourer Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1905 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyr

VOIGT, Carl Friedrich farmer Hundred of Bundey trustee unnamed Lutheran Church and cemetery in the Hundred of Bower 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

VOIGT, Friedrich Ernst farmer Peep Hill. Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Voigt mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 173/388

VOIGT, Gustav Hermann grazier Wilmington 1905 Memorial 108/453

VOIGT, Johann farmer Hoffnungsthal 1852[-1854] Memorial 188/40

VOIGT, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Friedrichswalde Hundred of English land grant 1882 Grant Book 17 Page 170 County Eyre

VOIT, Martin & VOIT, Edward Martin cabinetmakers Clarence Park 1916 Application 26514

VOIGT, Rudolph Albert Ferdinand farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

No 1

VOLBRECHT, Johann Christian Hermann baker Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 237/66

VOLLBRECHT, Hermann baker North Adelaide 1863[-1869] Memorial 199/190

VOLKMANN, Bernhard cabinetmaker Tanunda 1853[-1857] Memorial 156/62

VOLKMANN, Julius Carl farmer Mt Rat 1891 Memorial 3/408

No 1

VOLLMER, Friedrich farmer Section 1589 Light River 1854 Memorial 339/69

VOLLMER, Friedrich miner Redruth 1858 Memorial 407/147

VOLLMER, Friedrich baker Redruth 1863 Memorial 322/192

VOLLMER, Frederick baker Kooringa 1870 Memorial 18/251

VOLLMER, Friedrich formerly farmer Section 1589 Light River 1854 but now baker Redruth 1871 Application 11386

VOLLMER, Friedrich baker Redruth, died 9/10/1881. Entire estate in trust to August BARTHOLOMAEUS storekeeper Redruth to sell the same and divide the proceeds equally amongst all the children of Friedrich Vollmer Memorial 90/336 & RPA Search 291

No 1

VON ALLWORDEN, B clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 16/417

VON ALLWORDEN, L clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 58/423

VON ALLWORDEN, LB accountant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 131/445

VON ALLWORDEN, LB accountant to Messrs CJS SHUTTLEWORTH & LETCHFORD land agents Adelaide 1905 Memorial 99/454

VON ALLWORDEN, Louis publican Freeling Co Light. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1870 Grant Book 56 Page 261 County Stanley

No 1

VON ALPEN, Walter mounted constable Morgan 1884 Application 28093

VON ALPEN, Walter Waldemar Roderick storekeeper Morgan on the North-West Bend of the Murray River 1889 Memorial 37/399

No 1

VON ALWYN, John von labourer Penola and Margaret von Alwyn his wife 1869 Application 10410

VON ALWYN, John labourer Penola 1903 Application 24616

No 1

VON BERGEN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Gawler. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

VON BERGEN, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1935 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

No 1

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Anton Rudolph gentleman Gumeracha 1854 Memorial 137/64

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Anton Rudolph gentleman formerly of Gumeracha but now of Tanunda 1855 Memorial 485/81

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Secretary to the Tanunda Building Society 1862 Application 3657

VON BERTOUCH, Carl auctioneer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 230/258

VON BERTOUCH, Carl & Co surveyors, land brokers, auctioneers, general agents Adelaide (Franklin St opposite the GPO), and at Tanunda, Kapunda and Eudunda 1893 Application 22430

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Anton Rudolph and Ferdinand Julius SOBELS auctioneers and land agents Adelaide 1894 Memorial 89/420

No 1

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Stanislaus auctioneer Tanunda, and VON BERTOUCH, Julius licensed surveyor Kapunda, executors of the will of Carl Anton Rudolph von Bertouch 1900. CAR von Bertouch was at one time in partnership with Ferdinand Julius SOBELS as land and estate agents Application 24053

VON BERTOUCH, Carl Stanislaus land agent Tanunda 1907 Memorial 24/458

VON BERTOUCH, Edmund Frederick George apiarist Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

VON BERTOUCH, G clerk to C Von Bertouch land agent Tanunda 1903 Memorial 13/502

No 1

VON BERTOUCH, Julius agent Kapunda 1885 Memorial 160/365

VON BERTOUCH, Julius licensed surveyor Kapunda 1885[-1904] Memorial 227/367

VON BERTOUCH, Julius von Bertouch licensed surveyor Kapunda and Marie Margaret Von Bertouch his wife 1904 Application 24748

VON BERTOUCH, Julius licensed surveyor Kapunda 1916 Application 26542.

VON BERTOUCH, RPA agent Mutual Life Chambers, 44 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1922 Application 27106

VON BERTOUCH, P law clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 76/416

VON BERTOUCH, S bank manager Snowtown 1884 Memorial 158/355

No 1

VON BERTOUCH, Sophus August Theodor and Carl Anton Rudolph gentlemen Adelaide 1851 Memorial 282/37

VON BERTOUCH, Sophus August Theodor gentleman Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 29/68

No 2 - continuation from No 1

VON BERTOUCH, Sophus Clerk of the Local Court Tanunda 1858[-1869] Memorial 41/139

VON BERTOUCH, Sophus agent Tanunda 1868[-1877] Memorial 244/231

VON BERTOUCH, Theodor auctioneer Largs Bay changed his name to Theodore BURNLEY 1916. Son of Sophus von Bertouch and Bertha Maria Sophie von Bertouch nee ODEWAHN, born 23/5/1865 at Tanunda Memorial 81/474

VON BUREN, George storekeeper Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 111/15

No 1

VON DITTMER, H clerk to Erasmus GOWER solicitor Woodside 1859 Memorial 248/149

VON DITTMER, Hermann clerk to CJ DASHWOOD solicitor Adelaide 1886, and formerly to BUNDY & DASHWOOD 1878 Application 18653

VON DITTMER, H clerk Jamestown 1895 Memorial 244/424

No 1

VON DOUSSA, Louis of Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 37/207

VON DOUSSA, Louis clerk to JJ BONNAR solicitor Strathalbyn 1866[-1872] Memorial 224/213

VON DOUSSA, Louis solicitor Mt Barker 1873 Memorial 120/266

VON DOUSSA, Louis solicitor Central Chambers Adelaide 1887 Application 21168

VON DOUSSA, Louis solicitor Alfred Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24184

VON DOUSSA, Louis solicitor Steamship Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1906 Application 25090

VON DOUSSA, Louis solicitor Steamship Buildings Currie St, Adelaide 1918 Application 26641

VON DOUSSA, Louis Alfred farmer Halidon. Trustee Institute Halidon 1918 Grant Book 6 Page 341 County Buccleuch

No 1

VON DOUSSA, SB articled clerk Adelaide 1898 Memorial 219/433

VON DOUSSA, Stanley Bowman solicitor Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1904[-1909] Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

VON DOUSSA, Stanley solicitor Mannum. Trustee Mannum District Hospital Inc 1924 Memorial 169/491 

VON DUVE, Julius storekeeper Blumberg 1860 Application 1222

No 1

VON EINEM, Heinrich storekeeper Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1855 Memorial 159/90

VON EINEM, Johann Heinrich Christian storeman Adelaide 1872 Memorial 79/265

VON HARTITSCH, Otto photographer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1877[-1883] Gustav KINDERMANN confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) took over the premises 1883 Memorials 244/297, 8/349

No 1

VONNIDA, Andreas surgeon formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Blinman 1869 Memorial 117/241

VONNIDA, A surgeon Mt Pleasant 1873 Memorial 225/267

VON PUTTKAMER, Hermann farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 180/143

VON REYHER, Oscar professor of music Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 6 County Eyre

No 1

VON RIEBEN, Hermann gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1851]. He signed a 14 year lease on Section 59 Gawler River (Year 1 £10, 6 years £20, 7 years £28) from George MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide Memorial 266/17

VON RIEBEN, Hermann licensed victualler North-West Bend of the Murray River 1856. He took out a 4-year lease of Sections 226-230 (402 acres), together with the public house or inn, at £155 a year from Elizabeth MCGLYNN widow Bowden. If Von Rieben fulfilled certain conditions, he could purchase the property at the end of this period Memorial 47/96

No 1

VON RIEBEN, Hermann Gustav Wilhelm Moritz grazier Morgan 1888 Memorial 1/391

VON RIEBEN, Hermann Gustav Wilhelm Moritz gentleman formerly of Morgan North-West Bend Murray River but now of Prospect 1892 Memorial 18/416

VON RIEBEN, Hermann Gustav Wilhelm Moritz gentleman Prospect 1895 Memorial 111/425

VON RIEBEN, Otto director of WF Le Cornu Ltd of 57 Gawler Place, Adelaide 1915 Memorial 195/472

VON SCHWARTZKOPF, Wilhelm Theodor Ferdinand farmer Three Spring Farm Rowlands Flat 1891 Memorial 57/409

No 1

VON TREUER, A clerk to ELDER, SMITH & Co Adelaide 1865 Memorial 223/217

VON TREUER, Adolph of Adelaide Smillie Estate Trustee 1880 Application 18058

VON TREUER, Adolph no description Smillie Estate trustee (Act of Parliament Smillie Estate Act 1858) 1882 Application 19039.

VON TREUER, Adolph gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Peter WAITE gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 13/5/1887 Deposit 45/1887

VON TREUER, Adolph gentleman usually of Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the sea 1888 Application 21352

VORASSI, Antonio labourer formerly of 28 Birrell St, Norwood but now of 10 High St, Kensington 1959 Application 29360

VORHAUER, Johann Andreas tailor Adelaide bought land on the corner of Colley and Dunn St Pt TA 975 1849 Memorial 229/14

No 1

VORWERK, Adolph yeoman Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 129/172

VORWERK, Adolph formerly publican Kenton Arms, Gumeracha but now overseer Flaxman Valley, and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Vorwerk formerly SMALLACOMBE 1883 Memorial 49/353

VORWERK, Adolph farmer Flaxman Valley 1887 Application 21226

VORWERK, Christiane widow The Springs Hundred of Blanche 1888[-1903] Memorial 48/390

No 1 – the Elder

VORWERK, Ernst farmer Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 257/33

VORWERK, Ernst farmer Mt Torrens 1854 Memorial 133/64

VORWERK, Ernst farmer Section 6228 Hundred of Talunga 1856 Memorial 61/104

No 2 – the Younger

VORWERK, Ernst farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1887 Grant Book 31 Page 232 County Grey

VORWERK, Ernst farmer Millicent, had died by 1903. Executors – Wilhelm Friedrich ASSMANN storekeeper Prospect and Johann Carl August NITSCHKE farmer Millicent Grant Book 31 Page 236 County Grey

VORWERK, Ferdinand farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1875[-1904] Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

VORWERK, Gustav Adolph farmer The Springs linked with Wilhelm Vorwerk farmer The Springs Hundred of Blanche in copartnership as Vorwerk Bros 1903 Memorial 167/449

VORWERK, Johann Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1860 Memorial 6/164

VORWERK, Julius farmer near Mt Gambier 1902 Memorial 7/445

No 1

VORWERK, Wilhelm farmer Schierniel near Mt Gambier 1863[-1867] Memorial 18/191

VORWERK, Wilhelm farmer The Springs Hundred of Blanche Co Grey linked with Christiana Vorwerk widow of the same address 1902 Memorial 30/446

VORWERK, Wilhelm farmer The Springs near Mt Gambier 1905. Linked with Gustav Adolph Vowerk farmer The Springs near Mt Gambier Application 25071

No 1

VOS, John waterman Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 78/168

VOS, John licensed victualler Yatala village and Mary Vos his wife 1867 Memorial 47/246

VOS, John labourer Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5727

VOS, John formerly waterman Pt Adelaide 1860 now licensed victualler Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10260

VOSS, CA monumental mason Mildred St, Pt Adelaide 1895 Application 23040

VOSS, Carl Diederich farmer Lobethal 1868 Memorial 143/229

VOSS, Johann Heinrich Christian storekeeper Daveyston 1876 Application 14933

No 1

VOSZ, Heinrich Ludwig builder Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 155/17

VOSZ, Heinrich Ludwig carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 91/24

VOSZ, Ludwig merchant near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

VOSZ, Heinrich Ludwig oil and colour merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for foreign parts for some time, power of attorney to his son, Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard VOSZ Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/4/1867 Deposit 101/1867

VOSZ, Heinrich Ludwig and Wilhelm Hartwig Ludwig oil and colour merchants Adelaide 1876 Memorial 7/291

VOSZ, Heinrich Ludwig and Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard Heinrich Ludwig oil and colour merchants Rundle St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for foreign parts for some time, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER merchant Adelaide, and John KELLY agent Currie St, Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 8/4/1880 Deposit 91/1881

VOSZ, Louise Marie Dorothea widow Adelaide, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER and Christian Ludwig MEYER gentlemen Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 2/10/1885 [perhaps relict of Johann Friedrich Christian Vosz] Deposit 203/1885

VOSZ, W clerk to LM CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 224/121

VOSZ, Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard Heinrich Ludwig oil and colour merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for foreign parts for some time, power of attorney to Heinrich Ludwig VOSZ Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/2/1871 Deposit 35/1871

VOSZ COTTAGE HOMES pt Section 184 St Leonard's 1892 Application 22195

No 1

VOSZ, Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 120/337

VOSZ, Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard merchant Adelaide, died 9/8/1883. Executors; Heinrich Ludwig Vosz, Charles RISCHBIETH, John KELLY and George Heinrich Christoph MEYER Memorial 230/387

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

VOTH, Joachim Heinrich farmer Gilles Plains 1858 Memorial 196/135

VOTH, Jacob Heinrich son of Joachim Hinrich Voth both farmers near Kapunda 1862. JH Voth Senr could not write Application 2853

VOULES, James labourer Walkerville Tce, Walkerville 1910 Application 25742

VOUMARD, Frederick Henri farmer Cradock 1886[-1887] Memorial 111/375

No 1

VOUMARD, Robert drover Kooringa 1908 Memorial 103/460

VOUMARD, Robert pensioner Burra, died 16/10/1950 intestate Memorial 159/525

VOUMARD, Willie pensioner Roach St, Kooringa 1951 Memorial 162/526

VOUMARD family connections 1951 - Willie Voumard, Amos Voumard, Marie TAYLOR of George St, Marleston, Eldia Edna Ellen GREENHALGH of 93 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW, Florence Adelaide May SCROOP of Burra North, Daphne Ruebella SELLARS of Murray Bridge, August Montford HIRSCHHAUSEN of Murray Bridge, Bertram Louis Hirschhausen of Burra North, Ronald Arthur Hirschhausen of Kooringa Mt Burr, Leslie Robert Hirschhausen, Ivan Maxwell Hirschhausen, Valma Elise Hirschhausen of 17 Glyed St, Albert Park, Merle Louise EARLE of Burra RPA Search 624

No 1

VOWELL, Charles labourer Fullarton 1859 Memorial 122/149

VOWELL, Charles labourer The Reservoir near Campbelltown 1864 Memorial 284/194

No 1

VOWLES, Charles labourer Bowden 1876[-1887] Memorial 151/293

VOWLES, Charles labourer formerly of Bowden but now of Mitcham 1902 Application 24481

VOY, Johann farmer Gumeracha 1851 Memorial 292/37

VYE, Charles stonecutter North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 126/304

VYNER, J Anson accountant Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 135/297

No 1

VYNER, Phillip Anson bank manager Millicent 1877 Memorial 19/305

VYNER, Philip A manager ES & A Bank Millicent 1878 Memorial 67/309

VYNER, Philip Anson of Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 31 Page 195 County Grey

VYNER, Philip Anson farmer Millicent 1880[-1881] Memorial 150/326

VYNER, Philip Anson station manager formerly of Millicent but now of Five Rivers Station near Invercargill New Zealand 1883 Memorial 237/360

VYNER, Phillip Anson station manager formerly of Millicent, but now of Five Rivers Statio near Invercargill New Zealand, power of attorney to Edwin John HARRIS telegraph station master Millicent, to sell his SA real estate and finalise his SA business affairs 8/2/1883 Deposit 48/1883