Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

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Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning 'Wa*' to 'Wee*'

WACH, Adolph linked with Section 194 Hundred of Angas Co Sturt 1885 Memorial 96/369

WACHE, Robert printer North Adelaide 1853[-1861] Memorial 121/47

WACHNER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Finniss. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

No 1

WACHSMUTH, Carl saddler Gawler 1853[-1858] Memorial 322/57

WACHSMUTH, Christian Julius Carl saddler (Dessau, Duchy Anhalt) married Henriette Wilhelmine Minna nee RICHTER (Markish Friedland, West Prussia) on 12/3/1848 Berlin. Their eldest child, Carl Otto Wachsmuth, born 6/8/1849 at sea at 6am, aboard the ship Princess Louise. Pastor Andreas KAPPLER (Pastor at Adelaide and Hope Valley) baptised the child on 11/8/1850 at the parents’ home Adelaide. Witnesses: Miss Fredericke DEHNE, Julius KATTLEIN, Ernst FISCHER, Anton FORALAWSKY. Carl Wachsmuth saddler Gawler died c1860. His wife, Minna Wachsmuth, had a life interest in his Gawler real estate. She gave up the interest to their eldest son, Otto Wachsmuth saddler Gawler, in 1885 Application 20611

No 1

WACHSMUTH, Otto saddler Gawler son of Minna Wachsmuth widow Gawler 1890 Memorial 68/455

WACHSMUTH, Carl Otto saddler Gawler, died 3/2/1897. His widow, Mary Catherine Wachsmuth, became a bankrupt in 1899 Memorial 99/439

WACHTEL, Heinrich farmer Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

No 1

WACHTMANN, Mr clerk to Carl von BERTOUCH auctioneer Tanunda 1859 Memorial 198/154

WACHTMANN, C clerk Adelaide 1862[-1864] Memorial 106/186

WACHTMANN, Carl no description 1867 Memorial 99/225

WACK, Elizabeth married woman Yunta [Mrs Heinrich Wack nee Elizabeth WAREING] Out of Hundreds. Yunta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

WACKLEY, John farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1859] Memorial 453/55

No 1

WADDELL, Archibald clerk to Alfred George SCHROEDER land agent Adelaide 1885 Memorial 74/367

WADDELL, Archibald of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 136/473

No 1 – FIND Adelaide part

WADDELL, David farmer Pt Sorrell Tas 1855 Memorial 421/94

WADDELL, David farmer formerly of Adelaide but then of Pt Sorrell Tas, died 1864. He left his estate to Elizabeth CLYNE hotelkeeper Launceston Tas Memorial 104/201

WADDELL, David hotel keeper formerly of Adelaide, but then of Pt Sorrell Tas, died c1865. His whole estate to his sister, Elizabeth CLYNE hotelkeeper Launceston, Tas Enrolment 82/45

WADDELL, George cabinetmaker Kent Town 1917 Application 26557

No 1

WADDELL, James baker Adelaide 1857[-1866] Memorial 230/121

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WADDELL, James farmer Broughton [later Redhill]. Broughton (Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1871[-1873] Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

WADDELL, James storekeeper Broughton (later called Redhill). Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

WADDELL, J storekeeper Redhill 1876 Memorial 20/288

WADDELL, James of Redhill linked with John Waddell of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 76/315

WADDELL, Mary storekeeper Broughton 1873 Memorial 69/269

No 3

WADDELL, James station hand Nalpa Station near Wellington on the Murray 1882 Memorial 18/342

No 1

WADDELL, John blacksmith Adelaide and Isabella Waddell his wife 1847 Memorial 493/9

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WADDELL, John farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 463/50

WADDELL, John farmer near Nairne 1867 Memorial 194/220

No 3

WADDELL, John the Younger farmer Gawler River 1867 Memorial 129/221

No 4 FIND CHECK RUN WITH 3 – MARGARET GORDON

WADDELL, John the Younger farmer Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

WADDELL, John farmer Broughton (later called Redhill) Co Daly. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1872 Grant Book 55 Page 180 County Stanley

WADDELL, John farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

WADDELL, John farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

No 4

WADDELL, John of Minlacowie 1881 Memorial 117/335

WADDELL, John of near Magill 1886 Memorial 67/323

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WADDELL, Thomas dealer Magill near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 24/6

WADDELL, Thomas farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1855 but now of Bald Hills near Mt Barker 1869 Application 10358

No 1

WADDELL, William shopman Adelaide 1879 Application 19039

WADDELL, William shopman Adelaide 1884 had close links with the Bible Christian Church Application 20383

No 1

WADDINGTON, Leonard James engineer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 96/325

WADDINGTON, Leonard James and James William WRIGHT contractors and co-partners Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Waddington and Wright 1880 Memorial 97/325

WADDILOVE, W HBM Consul at Hamburg 1862 Memorial 214/186

WADDY, Alfred bookbinder Magill and Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1881 Application 18610

WADDY, Edward gentleman Strathalbyn 1857[-1869] Memorial 58/125

WADDY, Eva May widow 1 Esplanade Somerton 1953, declared that between 1943 and when her unnamed husband died in January 1952, the family lived at Norton Summit. The Waddys had a family of daughters Application 29018

No 1

WADDY, Richard William Mackie gentleman Adelaide 1870[-1875] Memorial 88/245

WADDY, Richard William Mackie civil servant Glenelg 1907 Application 25334

WADE, Albert John linked with Section 12 Hundred of Pichi Richi Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 89/372

WADE, Alfred Henry milk vendor Solomontown 1926 Application 27441

No 1

WADE, Andrew of Kooringa 1886[-1888] Memorial 247/380

WADE, Andrew Grevill tailor Kooringa 1889 Memorial 198/397

WADE, Andrew Grevill tailor Kooringa, died c 1889. Husband of an unnamed wife; father of Archibald Wade 'at the Government Training College in Adelaide' and unnamed 'infant daughters' Memorial 118/398

WADE, Charles Elston blacksmith Kent Town 1869 Application 10093

No 1

WADE, Christopher farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 160/55

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WADE, Christopher overseer Paratoo, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/2/1875 Deposit 41/1875

WADE, Christopher overseer Paratoo 1879 Memorial 194/315

WADE, Christopher sheep farmer Paratoo 1881 Memorial 29/336

WADE, Christopher sheep farmer Teetulpa 1886 Memorial 80/375

WADE, Francis labourer Thebarton 1858. Enrolment/

No 1

WADE, FC company officer Elder's Trustee Adelaide 1925[-1930] Memorial 13/494

WADE, Francis Cooper, Joseph King SAMUEL and James Frederick DOWNER directors of Elder's Trustee and Executive Co Ltd formerly of 35 Currie St, Adelaide but now of North Tce, Adelaide 1938 Memorial 5/512

WADE, Francis Cooper manager of Elder's Trustee and Executor Company Ltd 37-39 Currie St, Adelaide 1947 Application 28528

WADE, Francis Cooper company manager Dunluce Tce, Brighton, Manager Elder Trustee & Executor Co, 37-39 Currie St, Adelaides 1948 Application 28630

WADE, FM clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide (Currie St) 1930 Memorial 105/503

WADE, James Caseborn mariner Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 210/155

No 1

WADE, John farmer Matta Creek, Cockatoo Valley near Gawler 1854[-1856] Memorial 476/62

No 2

WADE, John teamster Saltia. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 547 County Frome

WADE, Joseph farmer Clare 1866 Memorial 203/211

No 1

WADE, Louis George Francis engineer Kilkenny and William Wade clerk Kilkenny 1892 Memorial 199/415

WADE, Louis George Francis blacksmith East Adelaide 1913, was a son of William Wade clerk formerly of Kilkenny but now of East Adelaide Application 26194

No 1

WADE, Robert labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 15928

WADE, Robert bricklayer Thebarton 1848 Memorial 444/12 Stone mason Thebarton 1851 Memorial 210/30

WADE, Robert bricklayer Thebarton 1851 Memorial 392/35

WADE, Robert William brickmaker and gardener Marion on the Sturt 1927 Memorial 79/497

No 1

WADE, Thomas gardener near Macclesfield 1867 Memorial 239/221

No 2

WADE, Thomas bootmaker Kensington 1872 Memorial 172/258

No 1

WADE, William farmer formerly of Sandy Creek 1852 but now of Gawler 1863 Application 4353

WADE, William farmer Gawler 1852[-1857] Memorial 73/43

WADE, William yeoman Gawler East 1865 Memorial 236/208

WADE, William yeoman Gawler 1877 Memorial 145/304

No 1

WADE, William John sheep farmer Motpena Station 1879[-1882] Memorials 239/319, 176/344

No 2

WADE, William John the Younger farmer Burnside 1924 Application 27313

No 1 - the Elder

WADEY, Charles butcher Adelaide 1845 Memorial 186/5

WADEY, Charles butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1847[-1858] Memorial 172/148

WADEY, Charles butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1858[-1860] Memorial 147/135

WADEY, Charles butcher Adelaide 1861 Memorial 69/172

WADEY, Charles gentleman Currie St, Adelaide 1867 Applications 8751 and 8955

WADEY, Charles gentleman Adelaide (Franklin St) 1878 Memorial 239/305

WADEY, Charles formerly butcher Currie St, but then gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, died 1881. Husband of Mary Ann Wadey. Estate worth £6,600 Memorial 105/335

WADEY, Mary Ann widow Adelaide (Franklin St) 1884[-1885] Memorial 154/358

WADEY, Mary Anne widow Franklin St, Adelaide, died 1889. Mother of Eliza Ann Wadey,William Adey butcher Adelaide, Rosina Wadey, Charles Wadey and Walter Henry Wadey solicitor Adelaide Memorial 171/400

No 2 - the Younger

WADEY, Charles clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS, COX & WADEY solicitors Adelaide 1871[-1872] Memorial 133/252

WADEY, Charles the Younger agent Adelaide 1873 Memorial 124/268

No 3

WADEY, Charles contractor Melbourne Vic but now temporarily in Adelaide 1910 Memorial 124/463

No 1

WADEY, Herbert Theodore law clerk 1906 Memorial 176/454

WADEY, Herbert Theodore formerly law clerk but now accountant Adelaide 1928 Memorial 129/499

WADEY, James butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1859 Enrolment/

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WADEY, WH clerk to Messrs MATTHEWS & ANDERSON solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 3/217

WADEY, Walter Henry clerk Adelaide 1867 Application 8751

WADEY, WH clerk to LB MATTHEWS solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 59/233

WADEY, WH articled clerk to JB MATTHEWS solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 161/246

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 50/278

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor Adelaide 1875[-1891] Memorials 121/280 & 96/294

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor Adelaide 1883 Application 19666.

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor Adelaide and WADEY, William butcher Adelaide 1895 Application 22928

WADEY, WH the Elder and Walter H Wadey the Younger solicitors Adelaide 1908 Memorial 116/462

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor National Mutual Buildings, King William St, Adelaide 1912. Senior partner in the firm of Wadey & EJ COX solicitors Application 26154

WADEY & EJ COX solicitors Adelaide, dissolved partnership by mutual consent c1920. The firm's records became the property of Messrs Wadey, NORMAN and WATERHOUSE (Arthur Greaves Waterhouse solicitor Adelaide) solicitors Adelaide Application 27143

WADEY, Walter Henry solicitor Adelaide (Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St) 1921 Application 27012

WADEY, William butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1895 Memorial 220/423

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WADHAM, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 475/68

WADHAM, Charles the Elder builder North Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 31/89 Adelaide & Provincial Building Society member 1856 Memorial 471/99

WADHAM, Charles the Elder builder formerly of North Adelaide 1855 but now of Norwood 1867 Application 8670

No 2

WADHAM, Charles carpenter Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 292/183

No 1

WADHAM, John builder Norwood 1859 Memorial 317/150

WADHAM, John builder Norwood linked with William Wadham land agent Adelaide 1864 Memorial 135/200

WADHAM, William auctioneer Adelaide (King William St) became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 26/395

WADHURST, William farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1853 Memorial 248/49

WADLOW, Walter Allen bank officer Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1918 Grant Book 14 Page 164 County Daly

No 1

WADMORE, George cart owner Walkerville 1854 Memorial 464/68

No 2

WADMORE, George labourer North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 330/88

No 3

WADMORE, George crown lands ranger Meningie 1878 Memorial 21/313

WADMORE, Richard storekeeper Magill. Magill Institute trustee 1928 Memorial 30/499

No 1

WAECHTER/WACHTER/WÄCHTER, Friedrich Hermann blacksmith Moculta 1883 Application 19885

WAECHTER/WACHTER/WÄCHTER, Hermann blacksmith Stockwell 1886 Application 20991

WAECHTER/WACHTER/WÄCHTER, Johann Christian farmer Light Pass and Anna Pauline Lydia Waechter his wife 1907 Memorial 147/458

No 1

WAEDE, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian cabinetmaker Adelaide 1848[-1853] Memorial 76/12

WAEDE, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide 1848 but now of Edwardstown 1865 Application 6082

WAEGNER, Gottlieb farmer Rosenthal 1855[-1862] Memorial 326/86

WAEKE, William accountant Bank of SA Ltd Gawler 1888 Memorial 47/395

No 1

WAGENER, Franz tailor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 417/14

WAGENER, Franciscus tailor Adelaide 1856 and Teresia Wagener nee ? his wife Memorial 65/95

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WAGENKNECHT, Carl miller Mt Charles 1861 Memorial 31/171

WAGENKNECHT, Johann Carl farmer near Mt Torrens 1895 Application 22878

WAGENKNECHT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Sommerfeld 1906 Memorial 93/455

No 1

WAGENKNECHT, Johann Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1851[-1858] Memorial 260/41

WAGENKNECHT, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Woodside 1861 Application 2603

WAGENKNECHT, Johann Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

WAGENMEISTER, Hans Eduard of Franklin Harbour 1886[-1898] Memorial 243/373

WAGHORN, Isaiah of Morphett Vale 1870 Memorial 229/250

No 1

WAGHORN, Sophia Ann spinster Glenelg 1857 Memorial 15/120

WAGHORN, Sophia Ann spinster formerly of Glenelg but now of Castlemaine Vic 1881 Application 18834

WAGNER, Anton shoemaker Deifeld, Medelbach, Westphalia, Prussia, power of attorney to Heinrich Ludwig VOSZ North Tce, Adelaide, and Wilhelm Ottomar GERKE Kent Town, to represent his interests in the estate of his late uncle, [probably Franz Wagner tailor Rundle St, Adelaide] 27/2/1871 Deposit 108/1871

WAGNER, August labourer Stepney 1859 Application 372

No 1

WAGNER, Christian Andreas Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 1/128

WAGNER, Christian Andreas Friedrich farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1857 but now of near Freeling 1862 Application 3406

No 1

WAGNER, Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 151/117

WAGNER, Friedrich farmer Greenock Creek 1858 Memorial 186/138

WAGNER, Friedrich mason Sevenhill near Clare 1868 Memorial 173/234

WAGNER, Friedrich mason Sevenhill, died 24/8/1906. He left his entire estate to Stanislaus Wagner miner Meekatharra WA and Caroline SULLIVAN married woman Clare. Executor; Ulty Sullivan labourer Clare Memorial 16/456

WAGNER, Friedrich mason Sevenhill, died 24/8/1906 Clare. He left estate to Stanislaus Wagner miner Meekatharra WA and Caroliine SULLIVAN married woman Clare 1906. Later that same year, S Wagner had moved to Perth WA. Estate worth £52 Application 25258

No 1

WAGNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 198 County Eyre

WAGNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Eudunda 1883[-1884] Memorial 167/348

WAGNER, Johann Heinrich August farmer Peep Hill 1885[-1890] Memorial 63/371

No 1

WAGNER, Johann Wilhelm baker Adelaide (Robert St). 1854[-1855] He sold his business to Johannes Theodor MENZ in 1855 Memorials 212/76, 305/86

WAGNER, Johann Wilhelm baker Adelaide (Sturt St) 1873 Memorial 235/269

WAGNER, R & S of Broken Hill NSW 1888 Memorials 210 & 211/392

WAGNER, Thomas Paul shipwright 20 Willcox Ave, Prospect Co Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1985 Grant Book 11 Page 5 County Carnarvon

No 1

WAGNER, Wilhelm saddler Kincraig 1863 Memorial 235/191

WAGNER, Wilhelm saddler Narracoorte 1870 Memorial 207/250

WAGNER, William Edward labourer Kapunda 1916 Memorial 16a/474

WAHLE, Franz tailor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 37/66

WAHLERT, Wilhelm Henry contractor Kooringa 1919[-1930] Memorial 8/478

WAHLQVIST, Axil Hugo chainmaker Forestville and Wilhelmina Freda Julia Wahlgrist his wife 1917 Memorial 109/475

WAHLQVIST, Eric Edward theatre manager 91 Alexandra Ave, Toorak 1941 Memorial 81/515

WAIB, Robert farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 402/84

WAIKLEY, Thomas Walker dairyman Enfield 1894 Memorial 47/420

No 1

WAILES, William of Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 116/7 bookkeeper Noarlunga 1849 Memorial 157/17 Miller Black Forest 1850 Memorial 245/20 Miller South Road 1854 Memorial 269/63

WAILES, William cornfactor Gawler 1857[-1859] Memorials 102-103/212

No 1

WAINMAN, John yeoman Swanport 1872 Memorial 246/258

WAINMAN, John formerly yeoman Swanport 1872 now farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1876 Application 15094

WAINMAN, John farmer Strathalbyn 1884 Memorial 170/356

WAINMAN, John farmer formerly of Sandergrove but then of Strathalbyn, died 29/4/1889. Husband of Sarah Ann Wainman Memorial 225/407

WAINWRIGHT, JL clerk McLaren Vale 1918 Memorial 79/477

WAINWRIGHT, JS of the Bank of Adelaide Pt Augusta 1894 Memorial 174/422

No 1

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1851 Memorials 34/34 & 53/155

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 366/50

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas farmer formerly of Dry Creek but now of Salisbury 1859 Memorial 276/152

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas labourer Gawler 1859 Memorial 184/151

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas labourer Gawler South 1877 Application 16423

No 1

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas Robert farmer labourer Two Wells 1881 Memorial 249/328

WAINWRIGHT, Thomas Robert farmer Two Wells. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 1

WAINWRIGHT, William watchmaker Adelaide 1839 Application 22839.

WAINWRIGHT, William jeweller Adelaide 1839 Application 19166

WAINWRIGHT, William watchmaker Adelaide 1841 Memorial 266/3

WAINWRIGHT, William formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Reedbeds 1843 Memorial 121/3

WAINWRIGHT, William formerly watchmaker Adelaide but now farmer Cudlee Creek 1846[-1847] Memorial 161/48

Farmer Chain of Ponds 1845[-1854] Memorial 483/22

Farmer Cudlee Creek 1847 Memorial 50/10

WAINWRIGHT, William of near Auburn 1857 Memorial 64/288

WAINWRIGHT, William gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Ballarat Vic 1858 Memorial 171/292 FIND LEISTON

WAINWRIGHT, William gentleman late of Leiston SA, but now of Pleasant Creek Vic, power of attorney to Jonathan Corbyn BISHOP gentleman Fifth Creek Payneham, to manage his SA business affairs 22/12/1860 Deposit 8/1861

WAINWRIGHT, William John cattle holder Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 235/96

No 1

WAIT, Charles Esquire of Bath, Somerset, England, about to marry Eliza Jane BOUCH of the same city. Settlement of assets (including real estate in SA) before the ceremony 1863 Memorial 140/303

WAIT, Charles Esquire of no address confessed to adultery and his wife, Eliza Jane Wait obtained annulment of the marriage which took place on 3/10/1863 St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England 17/1/1871 Memorial 143/303

WAIT, Charles gentleman Marshfield, Glos, England, died 5/1/1891, aged 76. He owned property in London. Husband of the late Eliza Jane Bouch. He received the income of certain of her properties in trust in Adelaide for life Deposit 111/1891

No 1

WAIT, Francis sawyer Bowden 1849[-1850] Memorial 434/17

WAIT, Francis farmer Brompton 1857[-1862] Memorial 88/131

WAIT, Francis farmer formerly of Brompton 1856 but now of Woolshed Flat 1863 Application 4682

WAIT, Francis formery sawyer Bowden 1850 but now farmer Rhynie 1873 Application 12557

WAIT, Frank Osment farmer Wasleys. Wasleys Recreation Ground trustee 1926 Memorial 99/496

No 1

WAIT, Frederick Walter labourer Noarlunga 1926 Memorial 9/496

WAIT, Frederick Walter formerly labourer and farmer Noarlunga but now butcher Hackham 1937 Memorial 98/511

No 1

WAIT, George farmer Woolsheds near Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 50 County Dalhousie

WAIT, George farmer Woolsheds trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

WAIT, George JP farmer Rhynie 1893[-1906] Memorial 132/417

WAIT, Henry butcher Noarlunga 1912[-1932] Memorial 159/466

WAIT, Jacob Lewis blacksmith Willaston near Gawler 1903 Memorial 99/532

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WAIT, John labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 407/19

WAIT, John farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 1

WAIT, Robert teamster Burra 1851 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 452/57

WAIT, Robert farmer Munno Para 1852 Memorial 224/45

WAIT, Robert farmer Peachey Belt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 272 County Gawler

WAIT, Robert farmer Pinkerton Plains, died 9/4/1877 Memorial 218/307

WAIT, Robert farmer Pinkerton Plains, died 18/3/1878. His widow, Mary Ann Wait 40 Pinkerton Plains (Father: Thomas CURNOW) remarried to George Joseph LACEY 30 bachelor farmer Pinkerton Plains (Father: Edward LACEY) on 18/3/1878 Edward Lacey's home Wistow Minister: Stephen WELLINGTON Mt Barker. Witnesses: Richard Lacey farmer Wistow and Ann Lacey of Wistow Application 16791

No 1

WAIT, William butcher The Sturt 1854 Memorial 419/74

WAIT, William storekeeper Coromandel Valley 1877 Memorial 19/298

WAIT, William butcher Coromandel Valley, died 2/9/1894. Estate worth £1,100. His personal estate to be divided equally between his two daughters, Sarah WINN wife of Oliver Winn butcher Coromandel Valley and Ann JONES wife of Edwin Jones labourer Glen Osmond. His real estate to be retained in trust for the time when £500 will be ready for equal distribution amongst the other five children - Charles WAIT butcher Hackham, Charlotte LANGFORD wife ofGeorge Langford carpenter Melbourne Vic; William WAIT labourer Coromandel Valley;Cornelius Wait butcher Coromandel Valley, Walter Wait butcher Coromandel Valley Application 23403

No 1

WAIT, William Henry farmer near Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

WAIT, William Henry farmer Appila 1892 Memorial 227/413

WAIT, William Henry farmer Appila-Yarrowie. Hundred of Appila land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 514 County Frome

WAITE, Caroline M of Norwood 1897 Memorial 6/432

No 1

WAITE, David gentleman Paratoo, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/12/1871 Deposit 42/1872

WAITE, David gentleman Urrbrae, appointed a new trustee to administer the marriage settlement (originally drawn up 21/4/1864) of Peter and Matilda Waite of Urrbrae near Mitcham Deposit 49/1904

WAITE, HP clerk to James HUGGINS solicitor Kapunda 1858[-1861] Memorial 236/146

WAITE, Johann August farmer Rowlands Flat 1857 Memorial 321/118

No 1

WAITE, John labourer Bowden 1850 Memorial 407/19

WAITE, John yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 124/42

WAITE, John brickmaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 418/58

No 2

WAITE, John builder Portland Estate 1856[-1861] Memorial 238/110, Application 195

WAITE, John Loyal Victoria Oddfellows Lodge trustee Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6190

WAITE, John licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1867[-1868] Memorial 190/222

WAITE, John carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1868 Memorial 136/229

WAITE, John Carry bootmaker Adelaide (King William St) 1868 Memorial 28/228

WAITE, Percy clerk to James HUGGINS solicitor Kapunda 1858 Memorial 69/143

No 1

WAITE, Peter of Pandappa Station of 181 square miles near the Eastern Plains 1866[-1869] Memorial 198/217

WAITE, Peter sheep farmer Paratoo, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/2/1875 Deposit 42/1872

WAITE, Peter sheepfarmer Glen Osmond linked with James Waite engineer formerly of 26 Granville Tce, Redcar, Yorks, England but now of Portland House, Basinghall St, London, Middlesex, England 1916 Memorial 193/474

No 1

WAITE, Walter William printer Adelaide (King William St)1848[-1853] Memorial 72/13, Application 18062

WAITE, Walter William compositor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 428/88

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

WAITE, Walter William plumber Adelaide 1885 Application 20450

WAITE, Walter William farmer near Nairne Nairne Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Application 20893

No 1

WAITE, William licensed victualler Adelaide and Anna Waite his wife 1885 Memorial 220/372

WAITE, William Nicholas licensed victualler Adelaide 1882 Memorial 228/339

WAITE, William Nicholas licensed victualler Adelaide (Stag Head Rundle St) 1897 Memorial 24/433

WAKE, Anthony farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 489/48

WAKE, Anthony gardener near Macclesfield 1863 Application 4608

No 1

WAKE, Edwin farmer Willaston Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

WAKE, Edwin farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

WAKE, Edwin farmer formerly of Crystal Brook but now of the Hundred of Hawker Co Jervois 1885 Memorial 24/367

WAKE, Edwin farmer Crystal Brook 1891 Memorial 233/406

WAKE, Elsie Cecilia widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Enfield 1950 Memorial 174/524

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WAKE, James labourer Lower Mitcham 1851[-1855] Memorial 314/32 Wesleyan Methodist 1854 Memorial 436/77

WAKE, James farmer Bishop Flat [probably near Rapid Bay] 1856 Memorial 73/113

WAKE, Jehu farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 198 County Grey

No 1 - apparently the same person but clashes with references

WAKE, John plasterer Norwood 1856 Memorial 103/105

WAKE, John plaster Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 158/196 & Enrolment 85/49

WAKE, John plasterer Norwood 1867 Memorial 114/226

WAKE, John plasterer Norwood and Maria Wake his wife 1867[-1874]. Alice Mary Wake witnessed a family transaction in 1871 Memorials 237/227, 191/252

WAKE, John plasterer Charles St, Norwood and Maria Wake his wife 1871. John Wake died c1880 Memorial 190/323

WAKE, John formerly plasterer Norwood 1871 but now gentleman Flinders St Adelaide 1875 Application 14118

WAKE, John and Stephen Woodcroft Wake modellers Adelaide 1879 Memorial 133/321

WAKE, Maria widow Norwood relict of the late John Wake, assignment of lease of the Rock Tavern pt Section 1064 [location not fully stated]. Linked with Stephen Woodcroft Wake modeller Adelaide 1883 Memorial 176/346

WAKE, Maria widow Norwood 1884 Memorial 77/363

WAKE, Maria widow Adelaide, about to leave the province and reside in Victoria, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH land agents Adelaide, to manage her SA investments 19/2/1890 Deposit 58/1890

WAKE, John Baker Everett farmer Elbow Hill Co Jervois. Kimba (Hundred of Coombe) township allotment land grant 1915 Grant Book 9a Page 2 County Buxton

No 1

WAKE, Laban Russ farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

WAKE, Laban Russ sheepfarmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

WAKE, Laban Russ farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

WAKE, Laban Russ farmer Redhill 1892 Memorial 84/414

WAKE, Laban Russ farmer Willaston near Gawler 1916 Memorial 195/473

WAKE, Laban Russ landowner near Gawler. St George's Gawler trustee 1915[-1926] Memorial 166/498

No 1

WAKE, Mark Rawse of Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 388 County Victoria

WAKE, Mark Rawse formery of Pt Pirie but then of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 388 County Victoria

No 1

WAKE, Morgan John Baker farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1884 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

WAKE, Morgan John Baker farmer Crystal Brook 1888 Memorial 165/392

WAKE, William farmer Redhill. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 472 County Daly

WAKEFIELD, Allan retired farmer Torrens Park 1937 Memorial 127/511

No 1

WAKEFIELD, Charles farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer Co Hindmarsh 1886 Memorial 100/377

WAKEFIELD, Charles farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 3/11/1938. Husband of Alice Fanny Wakefield. Father of Laurel Jessie Irene Wakefield and Sydney Bertram Wakefield. Grandfather of Lance Charles Wakefield and Sydney Jack Wakefield Memorial 25/513

WAKEFIELD, Alice Fanny married woman Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 25/5/1938. Wife of Charles Wakefield no description. Mother of Laurel Jessie Irene Wakefield, Frances Elizabeth Ann ABBOTT, Sydney Bertram Wakefield and Olive Pretoria Jane CHRISTIAN Memorial 114/512

WAKEFIELD, Charles W vigneron Reynella 1902 Memorial 148/447

No 1

WAKEFIELD, David and William farmers Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 419/50

WAKEFIELD, David and William farmers Echunga 1853 Memorial 364/62

WAKEFIELD, David and William farmers Bugle Ranges 1854[-1857] Memorial 268/64

WAKEFIELD, David farmer Bugle Ranges 1895 Application 22907

WAKEFIELD, Edward Gibbon accountant Adelaide (Royal Chambers, Currie St) 1900 Memorial 162/440

WAKEFIELD, Ephraim farmer Houghton 1865 Memorial 86/201

WAKEFIELD, Henry hairdresser North Adelaide 1851[-1861] Memorial 467/37

WAKEFIELD, Jack contractor Stirling East, aged 42 in 1956, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29235

WAKEFIELD, James farmer North Kilkerran Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 281 County Daly

No 1

WAKEFIELD, John farmer Houghton 1870 Application 10997

WAKEFIELD, John gardener Highbury 1880 Application 18369

No 1

WAKEFIELD, Murat farmer Adelaide, power of attorney to Salvator Rosa WAKEFIELD auctioneer Adelaide, to manage his estate in SA and New Zealand 14/3/1879 Deposit 191/1879

WAKEFIELD, Murat farmer Pt Elliot 1881 Memorial 96/335

WAKEFIELD, Murat farmer Currency Creek 1881 Application 18878

WAKEFIELD, Murat farmer Goolwa 1888 Memorial 181/389

WAKEFIELD, Murat gentleman Currency Creek 1885[-1906], died 5/5/1906 Memorial 198/455, Application 22202

WAKEFIELD, Murat gentleman Currency Creek, died 5/5/1906. Husband of Constance Susan Wakefield. Their surviving family by 1930 included - Gertrude STEWART wife of James Ward Stewart farmer Hindmarsh Island, Allan Wakefield farmer Currency Creek; Flora SKEWES wife of John Vivian Skewes retired farmer Gladstone St, Fullarton and Jessie WOODS wife of Alan Edward Woods civil servant Windsor Ave, Kilkenny Memorial 50/503

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WAKEFIELD, Robert Thomas William gardener Brownhill Creek 1845 Memorial 99/6

WAKEFIELD, Robert Thomas gardener Mitcham 1851 Memorial 26/34

No 1

WAKEFIELD, Salvator Rosa merchant's clerk Adelaide 1866 Application 7240

WAKEFIELD, Salvator Rosa accountant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 185/280

WAKEFIELD, Salvator Rosa merchant Adelaide 1881 Application 18852

WAKEFIELD, Salvator Rosa financial agent Adelaide (King William St) appointed liquidator at a meeting held on 31/1/1895 somewhere in Franklin St, Adelaide, to wind up the affairs of the MELLOR Bros Co-Operative Co Ltd [SR Wakefield became involved in the administration of bankrupt estates] Memorial 249/425

WAKEFIELD, Salvator Rosa financial agent Currie St, Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for some time, power of attorney to Edward Gibbon WAKEFIELD accountant Currie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/5/1898. 11/9/1877, he was about to marry Frances Ann FENN spinster North Adelaide. He settled the income of £1,000 in two life insurance policies upon his wife for life; after her death, the interest was to go absolutely to the children of the marriage and also to a son and daughter by his previous marriage, Edward Gibbon WAKEFIELD and Harriet Marth WAKEFIELD Deposits 25/1898, 54/1898 FIND -rearrange

WAKEFIELD,, Salvator Rosa financial agent Adelaide, died 24/9/1898. Husband of Frances Ann Wakefield. Father of Edward Gibbon Wakefield accountant Adelaide Memorial 76/436

WAKEFIELD, Thomas labourer Morphett Vale 1854[-1855] Memorial 40/70

No 1

WAKEFIELD, William farmer Bugle Ranges Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859[-1865] Grant Book 36 Page 332 County Hindmarsh

WAKEFIELD, William farmer Echunga 1865 Memorial 211/206

WAKEFIELD, William farmer Belvidere 1870 Memorial 221/249

WAKEFIELD, William farmer near Macclesfield 1879 Memorial 104/316

WAKEFIELD, William farmer near Macclesfield and Belvidere 1882 Memorial 7/345

WAKEFIELD, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1882 Application 19106

WAKEFIELD, William farmer Belvidere [near Strathalbyn] 1883 Memorial 223/348

WAKEFIELD, William Charles labourer Armagh near Clare 1884[-1887] Memorial 158/355

No 1

WAKEHAM, John carpenter Adelaide 1841 Application 22320

WAKEHAM, John Yabsley builder Adelaide 1842[-1843] Memorial 66/2

WAKEHAM, John Yabsley licensed victualler Adelaide 1848 Memorial 115/13

WAKEHAM, Roger butcher Adelaide 1910 Application 25730

No 1

WAKEHAM, Samuel yeoman Nairne 1851 Memorial 49/38

WAKEHAM, Samuel farmer Nairne 1852[-1853] Memorial 119/45

WAKEHAM, Samuel butcher Kanmantoo 1860 Memorial 207/167

WAKEHAM, Samuel cattle dealer Kanmantoo became a bankrupt in 1861 Memorial 349/193

WAKEHAM, Samuel mason Nairne 1870[-1874] Memorial 247/249

No 1

WAKELAND, Samuel farmer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1886 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

WAKELAND, Samuel of Kangarilla 1887 Memorial 240/388

No 1

WAKELIN, F clerk to William Dearman solicitor Adelaide 1893 Memorial 40/432

WAKELIN, FE clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1904[-1912] Application 27318, Memorial 15/473

WAKELIN, FE estate agent Adelaide 1924 Memorial 27/490

No 1

WAKELIN, Frank out of business near Campbelltown 1896 Application 23086

WAKELIN, Frank out of business Glynde 1896[-1904] Memorial 32/427

No 1

WAKELIN, Henry butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 151/34

WAKELIN, Henry labourer Beverley 1853 Memorial 11/56

WAKELIN, Henry gentleman Beverley 1854 Memorial 192/67

WAKELIN, Lydia widow of the late Henry Wakelin gardener Brompton, died 19/7/1894, of breast scirrhus, aged 61 Application 24830

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WAKELIN, Henry labourer Payneham 1856[-1858] Memorial 397/97

No 1

WAKELIN, John Edward farmer Franklin Harbour 1894[-1901] Memorial 194/420

WAKELIN, John Edward farmer Cowell. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1900 Grant Book 39 Page 85 County Jervois

WAKELIN, William Charles woodturner Queenstown 1877 Application 16199

WAKELING, James publican Port Tavern Pt Adelaide 1843 Memorial 240/3 Gentleman North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 442/18

WAKELING, James licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died c1853. Estate worth £2,000. His hotel, the British Hotel, and a bakehouse rented to Job MALIN, to his wife, Mary Anne Wakeling, in trust, until their son, John William WAKELING, takes over these properties on his 21st birthday. The rest of the real estate and the whole of the personal estate to his wife absolutely. She also had guardianship of their son during his minority Deposit 439/1857

WAKELING, Mary Ann widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for England for a time, power of attorney to John TAYLOR Esquire and Francis DUVAL land agent both of Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 15/12/1854 Deposit 203/1856

WAKELING, Mary Ann widow formerly of North Tce Adelaide but now resident in London, England, about to marry William DOVELL merchant Titchfield Tce, Regent's Park, Middlesex, England May 1855 Memorial 100/92

WAKELING, Mary Ann widow Uxbridge, Middlesex, England July 1855 Memorial 266/144

WAKELING, Mary Ann widow Adelaide September 1855 Memorial 260/144

No 1

WAKELING, John William residing at 10 Titchfield Tce, Regent's Park, Middlesex, England [probably the residence of his future step-father William DOVELL] in 1855 Memorial 100/92

WAKELING, John William gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 235/128

WAKELING, John William born 2/10/1836 at sea, lived at Knightsbridge near Kensington in 1857 [probably with the Charles Johnes family]. Before 1854, when he went to England for a holiday, he had been a clerk in the Bank of SA in Adelaide. Charlotte Elizabeth JOHNES wife of Charles Johnes gentleman Kensington, gave this information. They had emigrated to SA with the Wakelings aboard the same vessel, leaving England in September 1836 Deposit 408/1857

WAKELING, John William licensed victualler British Hotel Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 270/158

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WAKELING, John W clerk Auburn 1871 Memorial 246/252

WAKELY, C storekeeper Dawson 1889 Memorial 78/400

WAKLEY, Richard Spicer stockbroker Melbourne Vic, about to visit England, power of attorney to Charles William CHAPMAN stock broker Melbourne Vic, to manage his Australian business affairs 14/1/1890 Enrolment 39/54

WALAN, Hugh brewer Norwood 1864 Application 5505

WALBANK, Joseph labourer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 180/140

No 1

WALBROOK, John farmer Ludlow House Timnath 1849 Memorial 15/18

WALBROOK, John farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 164/61

WALBROOK, John farmer Nailsworth 1853 Memorial 109/60

WALBROOK, John farmer Upper North Road 1856 Memorial 455/100

WALBY, Mrs washerwoman Portland Estate 1874 Application 13713

No 1

WALD, Alexander builder Queenstown 1854[-1858] Memorial 247/79, Application 143

WALD, Alexander builder Queenstown linked with John Wald watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 206/168

WALD, Alexander carpenter Queenstown 1890 Application 21970

WALD, Charles publican Nelson's Victory public house Pt Section 47 Survey B 1855 Memorial 489/86

No 1

WALD, David watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1850[-1865] Memorial 249/26, Application 6551

WALD, David mechanic Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1882 Application 19149

WALD, Irvine D solicitor Adelaide 1949 Memorial 87/524

WALD, James attorney's clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 235/282

No 1

WALD, James Irvine bank clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 20/394, Application 21491

WALD, James Irvine bank clerk Pt Adelaide 1891 Application 21990.

No 1 - John Frith Wald

WALD, John watchmaker Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 439/67 Linked with Alexander Wald builder Queenstown 1854 Memorial 344/78

WALD, John watchmaker formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 192/199

WALD, John watchmaker Adelaide 1864 Application 5522

WALD, John watchmaker Pt Adelaide foundation trustee Pt Adelaide Presbyterian Church 1857, died 10/6/1872

Application 19149

WALD, John watchmaker Adelaide, died 10/6/1872. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Helen Wald, for life, then to his children in equal shares - Margaret Ann Brown, Helen Gordon SAUNDERS, James Irvine Wald, George Sinclair Wald, and Magnus Wald lived in SA. William Flett Wald had left SA and his present address was unknown. Arthur Graham insurance manager Woodville 1905 was the executor - was he a child of John and Helen Waldt? John Wald had a sister who married George SINCLAIR draper Pt Adelaide. No family of the marriage. George Sinclair died 1882 Glanville, and his wife, Helen Sinclair, died c1896 Queenstown Application 24962

WALD, John Frith watchmaker Norwood, died 10/6/1872 Memorial 14/297

WALD, Ellen widow Norwood 1885 Application 20814

No 1

WALD, Magnus secretary SA Stevedoring Co Ltd Pt Adelaide 1892[-1908] Memorial 112/412, Application 25501

WALD, Magnus gentleman The Semaphore 1911 Memorial 63/465

WALDE, Friedrich Wilhelm Christian cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 357/32

WALDEN, Henry mail contractor Tanunda 1904 Application 24867

WALDEN, John coachman Adelaide (Whitmore Square) 1855[-1856] Memorial 345/89

WALDEN, Joseph farmer Northfield Dry Creek 1863[-1887] Memorial 109/189

WALDEN, Robert tinman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 172/44

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WALDEN, Thomas farmer Magill 1854 Memorial 212/67

WALDEN, Thomas farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1861 Memorial 340/175

WALDER, Charles Livingstone storekeeper Kapunda 1927 Memorial 11/505

WALDER, Samuel carpenter Spenderville 1857[-1858] Memorial 142/119

No 1

WALDER, Samuel E reporter Strathalbyn 1870 Memorial 36/249

WALDER, Samuel E clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 212/285

WALDER, Samuel E of Truro 1894 Memorial 161/421

WALDER, Samuel Edward agent Truro 1896 Memorial 213/428

WALDER, Samuel Edward agent Truro 1896 Application 23224

No 1

WALDHAUER, Johann farmer Tanunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 290/69

WALDHAUER, Johanne Christiane of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 318/156

No 1

WALDHUTER/WALDHÜTER, Friedrich miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 129/38

WALDHUTER/WALDHÜTER, Carl Heinrich Friedrich miner Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 265/50

WALDHUTER/WALDHÜTER, Friedrich farmer Athelstone 1854 Left his estate in trust to his wife, Luise Waldhüter, for life then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. His mother and two sisters mentioned in his will but not named, as well as his wife's brothers and sisters mentioned but not named Memorial 105/67

WALDHUTER/WALDHÜTER, Friedrich farmer Athelstone on the Torrens, died 27/3/1854. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Luise Waldhuter, for life, or until her remarriage, then the property to be sold and distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant to his children once they had all turned 21. Trustees Luise WALDHÜTER and Heinrich August SCHMOOCK cabinetmaker Adelaide. Mrs WALDHÜTER remarried 27/7/1855 Julius Heinrich Theodor LIENERT farmer Sheaoak Log. She gave over the trusteeship of her 1st husband’s real estate to her second husband, and the whole of the trust estate handed over to Charles FENN solicitor Adelaide 26/6/1856 Deposit 151/1871

WALDIE, James carpenter Kent Town 1876 Memorial 110/289

No 1

WALDIE, Walter baker Kensington 1850 Memorial 422/23 Baker Norwood late 1850 Memorial 322/26

WALDIE, Walter baker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 293/98

No 1

WALDIN, Joseph farmer Dry Creek 1859 Memorial 358/160

WALDIN, Joseph farmer Northfield Dry Creek 1897. He could not write Application 23298.

No 1

WALDIN, William labourer Northfield 1859 Memorial 232/150

WALDIN, William gentleman Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 29/191

WALDIN, William farmer Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 118/215

WALDIN, William farmer Dry Creek 1871 Application 11477

WALDIN, William yeoman Dry Creek 1872 Memorial 141/258

WALDIN, William farmer Dry Creek, died c1873. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Waldin, during her widowhood and then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, William Reynolds Waldin farmer Dry Creek, who turned 21 in October 1876 Memorial 4/303

WALDIN, William farmer Dry Creek, died 14/9/ 1873, of stomach and pancreas disease, aged 49 Application 22374

WALDIN, Ann widow Dry Creek 1878[-1886] Memorial 243/307

WALDIN, Ann widow Hindmarsh 1889[-1894] Memorial 130/404

WALDIN, Ann widow Hindmarsh 1895, widow of William Waldin farmer Yatala, who died 1873 Application 22956

No 1

WALDIN, William Reynolds farmer Dry Creek 1879[-1889] Memorial 205/315

WALDIN, William Reynolds formerly farmer Hundred of Yatala but now driver Melbourne Vic linked with Ann Waldin widow Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 130/404

WALDING, Ellen household duties Arthurton [perhaps Mrs John Alwin Walding nee Ellen CADD] 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

No 1

WALDING, George farmer Palmer Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

WALDING, George farmer near Arthurton 1885 Memorial 177/366

WALDING, George farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

No 1

WALDING, Thomas farmer Mt Pleasant 1861 Memorial 316/171

WALDING, Thomas farmer Harrogate Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

WALDRIDGE, Arthur H of Coonatto 1877 Memorial 223/302

WALDRIDGE, William dry cooper and shipwright Pt Adelaide 1843 Application 23176

No 1

WALDRON, Thomas farmer Woodford 1849 Memorial 152/16

WALDRON, Thomas farmer Mt Pleasant 1861 Memorial 218/177

No 1

WALDT, Adolph carpenter Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

WALDT, HA hotelkeeper Lobethal 1876 Memorial 197/294

WALES, Mr grocer Stepney 1863 Application 4323

WALES/WATERS, Albert William surgeon Auburn 1865 Memorial 250/207 FIND Looks more like Wales

WALFORD, Selina Elliott wife of Captain Neville Walford, of parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Areatas YOUNG solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA estates 10/1/1882 Deposit 3/1883

WALKE, Alexander plasterer Norwood 1910 Application 25934

WALKE, Frederick William Louis yeoman Norwood 1870 Application 10953

WALKEM, George Collard fruiterer Adelaide 1889[-1901] Memorial 37/400

WALKER, Albert Elliott painter Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 206 County Dalhousie

No 1

WALKER, Alexander labourer Brighton 1858 Memorial 104/133

WALKER, Alexander mason Somerton, died 30/3/1898. Executors: Richard Levingston MASSEY baker The Mall New Glenelg and George Walter MEASDAY bootmaker Brighton Rd, Brighton Memorial 205/434

WALKER, Elizabeth widow of the late Alexander Walker mason Somerton, died 19/8/1900, of several years' morbus cordis and sudden syncope, aged 66 Application 24286

No 2

WALKER, Alexander general secretary to the Young Men's Christian Association of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 1/375

No 3

WALKER, Alexander labourer Jamestown 1897 Memorial 52/430

WALKER, Alfred clerk Adelaide 1844. Enrolment/

WALKER, Alfred Leslie storekeeper Kooringa 1920 Memorial 64/480

WALKER, Andrew farmer Mt Hope near Pt Lincoln 1914 Memorial 132/470

WALKER, Archibald farmer Mt Gambier . Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1872 Grant Book 31 Page 121 County Grey

No 1

WALKER, Benjamin gentleman Adelaide [likely to be in partnership with James JEPSON as storekeepers on TA 59 in Hindley St] 1849[-1851] Memorial 130/17

WALKER, Benjamin of Mt Torrens 1856 Memorial 124/110

WALKER, Benjamin storekeeper Mt Torrens 1871 Memorial 34/256

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WALKER, Charles storekeeper Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 396/22

WALKER, Charles gentleman Alberton 1853 Memorial 372/57

No 2

WALKER, Charles cotton spinner and manufacturer Chesham Brow Bury, Co Lancaster, Pennsylvania USA, and his wife Adelia Augusta Louisa Walker nee MARTIN, power of attorney to the Hon Philip SANTO Esquire Adelaide, to manage land in Pirie St on which stood the SA Club House and Philip LEVI’s store, owned by Thomas MARTIN Esquire 2/6/1880. Mr Martin had arranged to buy this property for £14,000, shortly before his death, and in his will, left this property to his sister, Mrs Walker Deposit 140/1880

No 3

WALKER, Charles plasterer Glenelg 1884 Memorial 231/358

WALKER, Charles Sidney hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1911[-1912] Memorial 213/464, Application 26061

WALKER, Charles H teacher Inman Valley 1888 Memorial 58/391

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WALKER, David shepherd near Pt Augusta 1870 Memorial 247/250

WALKER, David farmer Baroota 1890 Memorial 197/402

WALKER, E gentleman Whitwarta 1876 Memorial 89/293

WALKER, Edward wheelwright Pine Forest 1853 Memorial 96/62

WALKER, Emma formerly schoolmistress but now out of business Alberton 1920 Application 26531

No 1

WALKER, Fred L Rector of St Thomas's Anglican Church, Balhannah, chaired a meeting of the congregation on 28/8/1927 to gain approval to sell the Glebe land, Section 4207, Hundred of Onkaparinga (northern portion of Section 4209), of 20 acres. Unanamous agrement. Land grant 11/7/1851. The Onkaparinga Timber Company Ltd of Balhannah owned neighbouring property Application 27588

WALKER, Frederick Lewis clerk in holy orders Church Road, Mitcham 1941 Memorial 106/515

No 1

WALKER, George of the North Road [St John Wood]1852 Memorial 56/42

WALKER, George wheelwright Pine Forest 1854[-1855] Memorial 95/72

WALKER, George wheelwright formerly of St John Wood but now of Willunga 1858 Memorial 322/147

No 2 – mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WALKER, George yeoman Norwood 1853[-1856] Memorial 267/59

WALKER, George yeoman formerly of Norwood but now of Echunga 1858 Memorial 133/144

WALKER, George farmer Macclesfield 1858 Memorial 33/148

WALKER, George farmer Bugle Ranges. Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 362 County Hindmarsh

WALKER, George farmer formerly of Kensington 1856 but now of Barunga 1876 Application 14869

WALKER, George farmer Sharps Well. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 477 County Daly

WALKER, George the Younger farmer Wokurna, had died by 1904. Executors - Frederick RICHARDS and Thomas RATCLIFF both farmers Wokurna Grant Book 15 Page 48 County Daly

No 3

WALKER, George labourer Woodforde 1855 Memorial 251/89

WALKER, George labourer Woodforde near Magill 1898. Husband of Jane Walker Application 23681

No 4

WALKER, George acting manager E, S & A Bank Adelaide 1876 Memorial 84/292

WALKER, George bank manager E, S & A Chartered Bank Adelaide 1877 Memorial 201/296

WALKER, George accountant E, S & A Bank Melbourne Vic and formerly acting manager of the E S & A Bank Adelaide, died 22/5/1877. Value of the estate - £5091/4/8. His widow, Frances Jane Walker, lived in Westbury St, East St Kilda Vic in 1878 Memorials 111 & 118/310

WALKER, George manager of the English, Scottish and Australian Bank, Adelaide 1876. Acting Manager of the E, S & A Bank Melbourne Vic, by 1877, died 22/5/1877 St Kilda Vic. He left his whole estate to his wife, Frances Janes Walker. G Walker owned real estate in SA. Mrs Walker appointed William Henry STRATFORD accountant King William St, Adelaide as her local attorney to finalise the SA estate Application 26571.

WALKER, Frances Jane widow of George Walker accountant ES & A Bank Melbourne Vic, living at Westbury St, East St Kilda, power of attorney to William Henry STRATFORD accountant ES & A Bank Adelaide, to manage the real estate of her late husband George Walker, who died 22/5/1877. He had formerly been acting manager of the ES & A Bank’s Adelaide branch. Attorneyship 26/1/1878 Deposit 227/1878

No 5

WALKER, George builder Tarlee 1877 Memorial 42/303

WALKER, George Alexander labourer Jamestown 1897 Memorial 52/430

WALKER, H general secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 76/354

WALKER, Harford Baldwin gentleman Pt Pirie 1889 Memorial 111/397

No 1

WALKER, Henry saddler Pt Lincoln 1863 Memorial 76/190

No 2

WALKER, Henry schoolmaster Stanley near Clare 1868[-1891] Memorial 189/232

No 3

WALKER, Henry brewer Kooringa 1902 Memorial 170/445

WALKER, Henry wardsman Kooringa 1914 Memorial 71/471

WALKER, Henry formerly brewer but now wardsman Kooringa 1920 Memorial 64/480

WALKER, Henry out of business Kooringa, died 4/11/1935. Father of Margaret Mitchell ROSEWALL married woman Kooringa. Other daughters mentioned but not named. Bequest for Mary Anna HUTSON spinster Kooringa. Estate worth £264 Memorial 96/509

No 4

WALKER, Henry and John farmers White Hut near Clare 1919 Memorial 10/479

WALKER, Henry farmer White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

No 1

WALKER, Henry John farmer Burra 1853[-1856] Memorial 135/61

WALKER, Henry John farmer near the Sod Hut 1854 Memorial 100/77

No 1

WALKER, Henry Kerry carpenter Clare 1858 Memorial 230/147

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

WALKER, Henry Kerry farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 154 County Victoria

WALKER, Henry Kerry farmer Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

No 1

WALKER, James yeoman Norwood 1853[-1859] Memorial 45/49

WALKER, James [formerly yeoman but now] carpenter Chapel St, Norwood 1873, 'near the Baptist Chapel' Application 12477.

No 2

WALKER, James wine and spirit merchant Strathalbyn 1855[-1856] Linked with Andrew Melville Walker gentleman Strathalbyn Memorial 447/87 Strathalbyn & Macclesfield Land, Building and Investment Society trustee 1856 Memorial 333/102

WALKER, James gentleman Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2580

WALKER, James storekeeper Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 292/183

WALKER, James Esquire Strathalbyn linked with John Walker formerly of Adelaide formerly Protector of Aborigines but now on a voyage to Scotland, and Robert Jeffrey Walker merchant Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1867 Memorial 148/270

WALKER, James Esquire formerly of Strathalbyn 1865 but now of parts beyond the seas 1873 Application 12948

WALKER, John the Elder and Margaret Walker, his wife, married 1807 at Mauchline, Co Ayr, Scotland. Parents of John Walker the Younger SM gentleman and James gentleman Strathalbyn. Another son, Andrew Melville Walker was the youngest son, born 1823 Mauchline, Scotland, and died Strathalbyn 13/10/1856 intestate and a bachelor. James Walker born 31/7/1808 Mauchline, Scotland, was the eldest son of John Walker the Elder and Margaret Walker. He inherited the estate of AM Walker, as heir at law. Deeds to lot 44 Strathalbyn township destroyed in a fire at Hampden, James Walker’s property near Strathalbyn, on 7/2/1859. Statement 30/10/1861 Application 2580

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WALKER, James publican Adelaide (Australian Arms TA 66 Hindley St West) 1856[-1857] Memorial 223/95

WALKER, James hotel proprietor Hawkestone Arms Hotel Lower Mitcham 1888 Memorial 184/394

No 4

WALKER, James farmer Little Mount. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 187 County Stanley

WALKER, James Thomas station master Mt Barker.Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1

WALKER, John merchant Adelaide purchased Lot 7 in Hindmarsh 1839 Application 5279

WALKER, John merchant Adelaide 1840 Memorial 241/89

WALKER, John gentleman Adelaide became a bankrupt. He owned Lot 7 in Wells St, Hindmarsh which formerly had a hotel called The Colonist built upon it 1842 Memorial 315/2

No 2

WALKER, John gentleman Havering near Adelaide [perhaps on or near Section 509 Survey B] 1845 Memorial 467/4

No 3 – perhaps the same person FIND

WALKER, John farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 161/33

WALKER, John farmer Peachey Belt, died c1857. He left the bulk of his real and personal estate to his daughter, Helen CAMERON widow of Donald Cameron farmer Peachey Belt. 5/- bequests to his son, James Walker, daughters Margaret CRAIGIE no description, and Elizabeth WATTS wife of John Watts Sexton House, Co Aberdeen, Scotland Deposit 289/1857

No 4

WALKER, John perhaps of the Burra Mine c1851. By 1854 he was living at Bendigo in Vic. By 1875, J Walker had died. His widow, Christiana Walker, lived at Lamont Mayes St, Stawell East Vic in 1878 [Perhaps this was the residence of Mrs Walker's grandson, John Walker]. John and Christiana Walker's daughter, Mrs Elizabeth Nichloson SMITH, lived at Mintaro in 1880 Application 28749

WALKER, John farmer Burra 1854 He must have died at some stage after this date (not revealed in records). Likely to be the husband of Christiana Walker and father of Elizabeth Nichloson Smith nee Walker who were alive in 1880. Mrs Smith lived at Mintaro Memorial 123/68 & Application 28749

No 5

WALKER, John lighterman Pt Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 392/88 Yorke Peninsula land grant 1855 Memorial 444/91

WALKER, John shipowner Pt Adelaide 1857[-1864] Memorial 328/119

WALKER, John shipowner Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 10199

WALKER, John shipowner Le Fevre Peninsula 1875 Application 14542.

No 6

WALKER, John labourer Bellevue McLaren Vale 1857[-1859] Memorial 294/122

No 7 - probably the same person

WALKER, John farmer North Adelaide and Elizabeth Walker his wife. John Walker could not write 1861 Application 2170

WALKER, John farmer Nailsworth 1864 Application 5601

WALKER, John farmer Nailsworth 1871 Memorial 47/254

WALKER, John farmer North Road near Nailsworth 1875 Application 1398

No 8

WALKER, John labourer Broughton River 1861 Memorial 66/179

WALKER, John formerly labourer the Broughton River then of Armagh near Clare but then farmer Woodford near Lake Hamilton, died 12/9/1880. His widow, Ellen Walker, had moved to Clare by 1913. Linked with Andrew Walker farmer Mt Hope via Pt Lincoln Memorial 31/469

WALKER, John farmer Woodford, near Lake Hamilton, died 12/9/1880 intestate. By 1885, his widow, Ellen Walker, still lived at Woodford Memorial 89/452

No 9

WALKER, John labourer Portland Estate 1862[-1864] Memorial 226/186

WALKER, John labourer Portland Estate 1866 Application 7176

No 10 - perhaps the same person

WALKER, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 12/203

WALKER, John stevedore Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 159/325

No 11

WALKER, John Esquire JP Adelaide, died c1866. Brother to Robert Jeffrey Walker merchant Glasgow, Scotland, and brother-in-law to David MCCOWAN ship broker Glasgow, Scotland [Also brother to James Walker and Andrew Melville Walker of Strathalbyn] Memorial 171/236

WALKER, John Protector of the Aborigines York Hotel Adelaide, died 26/10/1868 of apoplexy, aged 56. Application 10209

No 12

WALKER, John merchant Home Bush Pt McKay Qld, power of attorney to James Tennant SIMPSON, a fellow trustee of the Yorke Peninsula Mining Co Ltd, to hand back control of the company to its permanent officials, after a successful issue of debentures 24/9/1875 Deposit 166/1876

No 13

WALKER, John labourer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 229 County Daly

No 14

WALKER, John storeman Aberdeen 1885 Application 27481.

WALKER, John storeman Aberdeen 1902 Memorial 224/446

WALKER, John storeman and agent Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 10/7/1918. Husband of Esther Beatrice Walker. Estate worth £520 Memorials 2 & 89/477

WALKER, John agent Burra, died 10/7/1918. His entire estate, worth £520, bequeathed to his wife, Esther Beatrice Walker . Whe she died in 1946, she left Burra real estate to Ethel May COX married woman Burra North Application 28788

WALKER, Esther Beatrice widow Burra North, died 21/2/1946. Sister to Edith Mary COX no description, Alice Ada YOUNG of Brunswick Vic. Aunt to Neta Lilias REED and Charles Landers RYAN bank officer East Malvern Vic. Bequest to Arthur Lawrence CLODE carpenter Burra Memorial 77/521

No 15 – FIND CHECK RUN

WALKER, John labourer Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1907 Grant Book 9 Page 14 County Burra

WALKER, John farmer White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

No 16

WALKER, John builder Kensington 1929 Application 27732.

WALKER, John builder Kensington Gardens. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

No 1

WALKER, John Alexander the Elder master mariner Birkenhead 1884 His adult son John Alexander the Younger lived at Pt Adelaide Application 20089

WALKER, John Alexander the Elder shipowner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 20/1/1891. His son John Alexander Walker the Younger was a master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1903 Application 24601

WALKER, John Alexander the Elder ship owner Le Fevre Peninsula, died c1890. Beneficiaries included JA Walker the Younger master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, James Thomas Walker ferryman Pt Adelaide and Henry William THOMPSON ship chandler Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22216

WALKER, John Alexander the Elder shipowner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 20/1/1891. Father of John Alexander Walker the Younger master mariner Pt Adelaide and James Thomas Walker ferryman Pt Adelaide Memorials 50 & 51/407

WALKER, John Alexander the Elder, died 20/1/1891. Father of John Alexander Walker the Younger master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1904 Memorial 76/450

No 1

WALKER, John Andrew wheelwright Pt Adelaide 1878[-1880] Memorial 38/307

WALKER, John Andrew machinist Lancelot 1886 Memorial 35/376

WALKER, John Andrew machinist Lancelot Co Kimberley. Yunta (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

WALKER, John Andrew machinist formerly of Lancelot but now of Malvern Vic 1889 Memorial 62/405

No 1

WALKER, John Thomas bootmaker Mt Barker Co Hindmarsh. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

WALKER, John Thomas bootmaker Kooringa Co Burra. Terowie (Hundred of Terowie) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 40 Page 97 County Kimberley

WALKER, John Thomas bootmaker Kooringa 1883 Application 19796

WALKER, John Thomas draper Kooringa Co Burra. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

WALKER, John Thomas storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1902 Application 28412, Memorial 104/446

WALKER, John Thomas storekeeper formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1913 Memorial 120/469

WALKER, John Woodburn miller Mannum trading as Benjamin Walker & Son 1886[-1890] Memorial 150/378

WALKER, Jonas licensed victualler Glenelg 1858[-1860] 7-year lease of the Berkshire Hotel, Glenelg 'on the Adelaide Road' from Thomas NELSON licensed victualler Glenelg Memorial 140/135

WALKER, Joseph farm labourer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 7 Page 101 County Buckingham

WALKER, Joseph Henry builder Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1851] Memorial 474/19

WALKER, Lucie married woman Woodside 1923 Application 27201

WALKER, Marion Miller widow Pt Augusta 1915 Application 26462

WALKER, Mavis Jean married woman Briar Bank Cave St, Aldgate 1949 Application 28644

.WALKER, May married woman Kooringa 1917 Memorial 135/475

No 1

WALKER, Mercy of Brighton 1871[-1882] Memorial 209/252

WALKER, Mercy widow Brighton 1876 Memorial 233/290

WALKER, Mercy widow Brighton 1884 Application 20135

WALKER, Oswald Gilbert draper Kooringa 1924 Memorial 122/491

No 1

WALKER, Richard wheelwright Adelaide 1846[-1852] Memorial 300/6

WALKER, Richard wheelwright Oakbank 1862 Memorial 344/181

WALKER, Richard Arthur pianoforte tuner formerly of Sydney NSW but now of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 137/348

WALKER, Richard Charles Henderson secretary to the Balhannah Case and Timber Mills Ltd of 8 King William St, Adelaide 1918 Memorial 120/476

No 1

WALKER, Robert miner Springbank 1850[-1855] Memorial 292/28

WALKER, Robert farmer Springbank near Adelaide and Caroline Walker his wife 1868 Memorial 98/291

WALKER, Robert stone mason Springbank, died 20/5/1876, of angina pectoris, aged 60 Application 21966.

No 2

WALKER, Robert farmer Sharps Well 1898 Memorial 94/435

No 3

WALKER, Robert gardener Stirling East 1920 Application 26916

WALKER, S of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 456/46

WALKER, Samuel farmer Oladdie had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

No 1 - apparently the same person but some inconsistencies in descriptions

WALKER, Samuel Kerry carpenter Clare 1858 Memorial 230/147

WALKER, Samuel farmer Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

WALKER, Samuel Kerry and WALKER, Henry Kerry carpenters Clare 1865 Application 5984

WALKER, Samuel Kerry farmer near Clare. Hundred of Milne land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 341 County Stanley

WALKER, Samuel Kerry farmer near Clare 1871 Memorial 189/253

WALKER, Simeon Nathaniel miller Laura. Trustee Booyoolie Agricultural Society Inc 1899 Memorial 145/438

WALKER, Stephen George labourer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 7 Page 98 County Buckingham

No 1

WALKER, Thomas labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 124/35

WALKER, Thomas labourer Marryatville 1854 Memorial 390/65

WALKER, Thomas farmer Kensington 1858 Memorial 90/135

No 2

WALKER, Thomas stone mason Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 391/34, Enrolment 97/42

No 3

WALKER, Thomas civil servant Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 210 County Dalhousie

No 1 - probably the same person

WALKER, Thomas Campbell accountant Adelaide 1902[-1906] Memorial 82/445

WALKER, TC director the Lion Brewing and Malting Co Ltd of Jerningham St, North Adelaide 1915 Memorial 198/472

WALKER, Thomas Campbell accountant Adelaide (Currie St) 1916 Application 26534

No 1

WALKER, Thomas Moody the Elder storekeeper Adelaide 1843 Application 25335

WALKER, Thomas Moody soap and candle maker Adelaide 1846[-1847] Memorial 498/6 Licensed victualler Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 347/16

WALKER, Thomas Moody licensed victualler Adelaide (Robert St) 1849 Memorial 91/415

WALKER, Thomas Moody tallow chandler Adelaide (Robert St) 1854[-1866] Memorial 366/87

WALKER, TW Moody soap and candle maker Adelaide died 22/3/1878. Husband of Mary Ann Walker. Their son, William Henry Walker, was a miner at Gympie Qld in 1899. Mary Ann Walker died 15/4/1900. The family included - Frances Chapman HUGHES widow New Glenelg; Lucy Allenby WATSON widow Adelaide; Thomas Moody Walker [formerly the Younger] soap manufacturer Adelaide; Eliza FOTHERINGHAM wife of David Fotheringham engineer Alberton; Frederick Charles Walker auctioneer Gympie Qld; deceased daughter Elizabeth Ann EMERY, leaving Amy JONES nee Emery wife of William Jones storekeeper Adelaide; Mary Florence STONE nee Emery wife of Henry Stone labourer Alberton; Ida Elizabeth SHEPHERD nee Emery wife of Charles Shepherd builder Hindmarsh; Mary Emily CARTER nee Emery wife of William Henry Carter dairyman Bay Road; also Frances Elizabeth NEWMAN spinster St Peters, Edward Joseph Miller Nsewman civil servant North Walkerville, Frederick William Newman law clerk North Adelaide, children of deceased daughter Mary L Newman. An unmarried daughter, Emma Walker, was a schoolmistress at Alberton by 1906 Application 25335

No 1

WALKER, William labourer Adelaide. He could not write 1838[-1840] Application 22126

No 2

WALKER, William solicitor Adelaide (Gilles St) 1848 Memorial 272/13

WALKER, William solicitor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1849 Memorial 473/13

WALKER, William solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 343/32

WALKER, William solicitor Mt Barker 1856[-1881] Memorial 21/109

No 3

WALKER, William plasterer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 289/40

WALKER, William plasterer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 Memorial 214/134

No 4

WALKER, William land owner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 77/44

WALKER, William [formerly landowner Adelaide but now] farmer Section 2221 Hundred of Yatala 1853[-1858] Memorial 28/49

WALKER, William farmer Para Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 345/49

No 4

WALKER, William labourer Kensington 1853[-1855] Memorial 462/47

WALKER, William contractor Norwood 1856 Application 16677

WALKER, William contractor Western Flat near Mt Barker 1858[-1874] Memorial 286/137

WALKER, William contractor [formerly of Norwood but now of] Mt Barker 1872 Application 16677

WALKER, William farmer Koolunga. Trustee Institute Koolunga. Koolunga (Hundred of Koolunga) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 325 County Stanley

WALKER, William contractor formerly of Mt Barker 1873 but now of Koolunga 1878 Application 16677

No 5

WALKER, William dairyman St Leonards on the Sea near Adelaide 1859 Memorial 321/158

WALKER, William farmer Koolunga 1878 Memorial 143/310

No 6

WALKER, William storekeeper North Adelaide (Archer St), became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 33/220

No 7

WALKER, William farmer Sandergrove Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Bonney land grant 1869 Grant Book 54 Page 31 County Russell

No 8

WALKER, William of Third Creek 1881 Application 18616

No 9

WALKER, William farmer Oladdie had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

WALKER, William the Younger farmer Hundred of Oladdie 1885 Memorial 19/381

No 10

WALKER, William farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 133 County Daly

WALKER, William farmer Clinton. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church prob at Clinton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 136 County Daly

WALKER, William farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly
No 11

WALKER, William eatinghouse keeper Talia Co Robinson. Hundred of Colton land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 78 County Musgrave

No 12

WALKER, William bank clerk Robe 1888 Memorial 153/390

WALKER, William Henry gentleman Adelaide 1843 Application 5373

WALKER, William James farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 156 County Daly

No 1

WALKER, William P of Guichen Bay 1860 Memorial 141/166

WALKER, William Paterson bookkeeper Robe 1861 Memorial 77/171

WALKER, William P householder Robe 1863 Memorial 73/189

WALKER, William Paterson accountant Robe 1865[-1869] Memorial 33/202

WALKER, William Tangier storekeeper Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 250/442

WALKERDINE, Joseph bricklayer Thebarton 1841 Application 22603

WALKINGTON, George tailor Melrose 1870[-1871] Memorial 87/248

No 1 – the Elder

WALKINGTON, Joseph George farmer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 398/17

WALKINGTON, Joseph George farmer Rock Gully near Clare 1851[-1858] Memorial 294/32

WALKINGTON, Joseph George licensed victualler Mt Remarkable 1859[-1860] Memorial 329/148, Application 1913

WALKINGTON, Joseph George tailor Melrose 1883 Application 19929

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALKINGTON, JG of the Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford 1886 Memorial 250/380

No 3 – the Younger

WALKINGTON, Joseph George farmer Gordon. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

WALKINGTON, Joseph George farmer Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 208/370

WALKINGTON, William farmer Boolcunda 1883 Application 19929

No 1

WALKINGTON, William George farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

WALKINGTON, William George farmer Gordon. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon. Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

No 1

WALKLEY, Alexandrina widow Croydon 1890[-1899] Memorial 146/401

WALKLEY, Alexandrina widow Croydon, died 9/10/1906 North Croydon. Executors; Arthur John Walkley sharebroker Adelaide (a son) and Thomas Henry BROOKER secretary Adelaide Fruit and Produce Exchange Ltd Memorial 155/456

WALKLEY, Alfred William and Alfred Roscorla Walkley boot retailers Adelaide (Rundle St and Victoria Square) became bankrupts in 1924. Assigned to Harold Herbert SLATTER merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) Memorial 41/492

WALKLEY, Arthur accountant Adelaide (Brookman's Building) linked with Alexandrina Walkley widow Croydon 1902 Memorial 160/445

No 1

WALKLEY, George and Samuel labourers Hindmarsh 1885 Memorial 250/369

WALKLEY, George labourer Hindmarsh 1890 Memorial 2/403

WALKLEY, HW grocer Croydon linked with Alexandrina Walkley widow Croydon 1895 Memorial 172/425

No 1

WALKLEY, James tanner Brompton 1868[-1879] Memorial 52/229

WALKLEY, James [formerly tanner Brompton but now] brickmaker Croydon and Alexandrina Walkley his wife 1884 Memorial 49/362

WALKLEY, Alexandrina of Hindmarsh, widow of James Walkley tanner Brompton 1887 Application 21208

WALKLEY, Alexandrina widow Croydon 1894 Application 22746

WALKLEY, Alexandrina wife of James Walkley brickmaker Croydon 1884, widow of Croydon by 1890, died 1906. Her family included: Albert James Walkley railway employee North Croydon, Alice May HALLIDAY wife of Albert A Halliday lithographer Croydon; Walter Frederick Walkley brewer Fremantle WA; Harry Walkley accountant Fremantle WA; Arthur John Walkley sharebroker Adelaide and Leonard Walkley accountant Adelaide 1907 Application 25305

No 1

WALKLEY, John farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 56/335

WALKLEY, John labourer Adelaide 1847 Memorial 380/9

WALKLEY, John farmer Northfield 1854 Memorial 441/69

WALKLEY, John farmer North Fields Dry Creek 1882 Memorial 105/339

WALKLEY, John farmer Dry Creek 1886 Application 20924.

WALKLEY, John farmer near the Stockade 1896 Memorial 234/426

No 1

WALKLEY, Joseph bootmaker Wallaroo 1865[-1886] Memorial 310/200

WALKLEY, Joseph bootmaker Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 82 County Daly

WALKLEY, Robert John greengrocer Gilles Plains 1920 Application 26927

No 1

WALKLEY, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1838 Labourer Hindmarsh 1840 Application 22770

WALKLEY, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh 1840[-1882] Memorial 326/1 Brickmaker Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 290/25 Labourer Hindmarsh 1854[-1869] Memorial 26/77

WALKOM, John William carpenter Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

WALKOM, William contractor Mt Barker 1867[-1870] Application 8836

No 1

WALL, Bernhard Henry farmer Peebinga. Peebinga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

WALL, Bernhard Henry farmer Peebinga. Trustee Peebinga Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

WALL, Charles (sometimes wrongly spelt WALDT) of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 251/90

WALL, Clarice married woman Burra 1949 Application 28649

WALL, E farmer Eurelia 1897 Memorial 95/431

No 1

WALL, Edmund farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1859] Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 100/151

WALL, Edmund farmer near Kapunda 1869 Application 9896

WALL, Edmund farmer Kapunda 1869[-1879] Memorial 204/237

No 1

WALL, Edward farmer Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 230/47

WALL, Edward farmer [formerly of Norwood but now of] Gumeracha 1857[-1864] Memorial 263/120

WALL, Edward farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of Norwood 1867[-1884] Memorial 150/218

WALL, Edward gentleman Norwood 1895 Application 22969

No 2

WALL, Edward baker Gawler purchased the remainder of George CAUSBY's lease of the Old Bushman Inn at Gawler according to a very complicated financial arrangement 1858 Memorial 193/135

WALL, Edward licensed victualler Gawler assigned the remainder of his 10-year lease for the Old Bushman Inn at Gawler to Eduard BLUMEL barman Gawler 1860 Memorial 250/167

No 3

WALL, Edward miller Kadina. Pt Broughton (Hundred of Mundoora) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 490 County Daly

WALL, Edward publican Pt Broughton. Pt Broughton (Hundred of Mundoora) township allotment land grant 1875[-1878] Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

WALL, Edward farmer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land graant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

WALL, Edward farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee Cemetery Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 267 County Daly

No 4 - likely to be the Elder

WALL, Edward farmer Mundoora 1884[-1888] Memorial 32/363

WALL, Edward farmer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 269 County Daly

No 5 - the Younger

WALL, Edward farmer Hundred of Dalkey. Trustee School and Cemetery Hundred of Grace. Hundred of Grace land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 52 County Gawler

WALL, Edward farmer Alma. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

WALL, Edward farmer Barabba Scrub linked with John Wall farmer Wandearah 1885 Memorial 156/371

WALL, Edward the Younger farmer Barabba Scrub 1889 Memorial 164/397

No 6

WALL, Edward of Wookongarie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 40 Page 16 County Kimberley

WALL, Edward farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 19 County Kimberley

No 7

WALL, Edward blocker Booborowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Booborowie. Booborowie (Hundred of Ayers) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 56 Page 321 County Stanley

No 8

WALL, Edward mason Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1950 Memorial 12/525

WALL, Ellen of 246 Waymouth St, Adelaide 1913 Memorial 19/468

No 1

WALL, George William farmer Peebinga. Peebinga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

WALL, Harriet home duties Peebinga. Peebinga (Hundred of Peebinga) township allotment land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 241 County Chandos

WALL, Henry Bertram farmer Peebinga. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1952 Grant Book 12 Page 182 County Chandos

WALL, Henry John galvanised iron worker Adelaide 1865 Application 6957

No 1

WALL, John farmer near Alma Plains. Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

WALL, John farmer Wandearah. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

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

No 2 – perhaps the same person

WALL, John farmer Copperhouse Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 200 County Stanley

WALL, John farmer Mongolata. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

No 1

WALL, Joseph Wyatt bootmaker Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 234 County Daly

WALL, Joseph Wyatt bootmaker Kadina Co Daly. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 77 County Not named

No 1

WALL, Richard labourer Pt Elliot 1857 Memorial 253/128

WALL, Richard farmer Pt Elliot 1877 Memorial 178/1298

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALL, Richard licensed victualler Gawler Belt near Gawler 1879 Memorial 63/324

No 3

WALL, Richard labourer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 266 County Daly

No 1

WALL, Thomas labourer Hampton 1882 Memorial 129/342

WALL, Thomas of Hampton near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 18 County Kimberley

WALL, Thomas Francis labourer Owen. Owen (Hundred of Dalkey) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 445 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WALL, William B stockman Mt Murchison 1870 Memorial 102/248

WALL, William Burton publican New Glenelg and Jane Wall his wife 1889 Application 21684

WALL, William Samuel farmer Peebinga. Hundred of Peebinga land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 181 County Chandos

No 1 FIND – prior history

WALLACE, Abraham sheep farmer Reynella, died 27/9/1884 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Matilda Wallace, to settle his £12,000 estate Memorial 204/388

WALLACE, Abraham sheep farmer Reynella, died 27/9/1884 intestate, letters of administration to Matilda Wallace, widow of the deceased, to complete the task within 6 months 24/10/1884. Estate worth £12,000 Deposit 143/1887

WALLACE, Matilda widow Reynella, power of attorney to George WARLAND gentleman Adelaide, to proceed to the Northern Territory and manage a crown land lease cattle station containing 4,025 square miles near All Saints Well and Lake Woods 29/1/1886 Deposit 16/1886

No 1

WALLACE, Alexander law clerk Adelaide 1884 Application 20391

WALLACE, Alexander solicitor Narracoorte 1886[-1909] Memorial 63/374

No 1

WALLACE, Anne storekeeper Mt Gambier 1859[-1861] Memorial 307/153

WALLACE, Anne widow Mt Gambier 1863[-1864] Memorial 200/189

WALLACE, Ann widow Mt Gambier, died 1877. Francis Wallace farmer Allendale near Kapunda the only executor of her will Memorial 186/302

WALLACE, Charles farmer near Tanunda. Hundred of Moorooroo land grant 1865 Grant Book 44 Page 257 County Light

No 1

WALLACE, David shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1853 Memorial 254/62

WALLACE, David shipwright Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 202/93

WALLACE, David formerly shipwright Pt Adelaide 1855 but now farmer Hindmarsh Island 1869 Application 9687

WALLACE, David farmer Hindmarsh Island 1861[-1884] Memorial 2/173, Application 7210

WALLACE, David shipwright Hindmarsh Island 1865 Memorial 317/207

No 2

WALLACE, David clerk Semaphore 1883[-1886] Memorial 29/348

No 3

WALLACE, David of Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 158/367

WALLACE, Edmund stableman Chapel St, Kensington. Brother to Mrs BEHENNA. Children of George Wallace no description 1880 Application 17862

WALLACE, Ellen Whitson spinster Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland, power of attorney to John WALLACE solicitor Adelaide, to sell mortgage properties in the Hundred of Yatala where the borrower has defaulted 18/3/1884 Deposit 91/1884

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WALLACE, Francis farmer Mt Pleasant Hundred of Bagot land grant 1877 Grant Book 17 Page 232 County Eyre

WALLACE, Francis farmer Allendale 1883[-1889] Memorial 228/349, Application 19839

WALLACE, George ostler Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

WALLACE, George Jeffrey master mariner Milang 1882[-1902] Memorial 213/342

WALLACE, H shepherd FS Dutton's Anlaby Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

WALLACE, Henry Thomas of Kensington 1888 Memorial 203/389

WALLACE, Hugh carpenter Kooringa 1851 Memorial 306/35

No 1

WALLACE, Isaac farmer Mt Gambier, and Ellen Wallace his wife nee ALEXANDER parents of Marcella Sophia Wallace, born 1/9/1857 Application 24100

WALLACE, Isaac farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 117/200

WALLACE, Isaac farmer Allendale Hundred of MacDonnell 1865 Memorial 149/201

WALLACE, J dealer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 150/151

No 1

WALLACE, James farmer Section 637 Wiltshire Special Survey 1851[-1856] Memorial 368/36

WALLACE, James farmer Jacob Creek Wiltshire Special Survey 1856. He could not write Application 5134

WALLACE, James farmer Moorooroo Creek 1861. He could not write Application 2685

No 2

WALLACE, James solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 33/390

WALLACE, Jeremiah and Anne of Mt Gambier, died c1858. They bequeathed certain land in Mt Gambier to their younger son, Abraham Wallace Memorial 230/145

No 1

WALLACE, John yeoman Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 338/15

No 2

WALLACE, John solicitor Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 14917.

WALLACE, John solicitor Pt Adelaide 1876[-1888] Memorial 98/288

No 3

WALLACE, John master mariner Goolwa 1880 Application 18001

No 4

WALLACE, John farmer Hill River near Clare 1894 Application 22665

No 5

WALLACE, John farmer Noarlunga 1894 Application 22727

FIND CHECK SOLICITOR INITIALS

WALLACE, JW solicitor Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14631

No 1

WALLACE, Norman V solicitor Narracoorte 1922 Memorial 7/487

WALLACE, Norman Verschuer solicitor Naracoorte 1925 Application 27334

No 1

WALLACE, Robert of Aberdeen near Kooringa 1865 Memorial 39/208

No 2

WALLACE, Robert & Co no description searched for minerals on Section 3926 Hundred of Onkaparinga. William Thompson Wallace mentioned but not described 1869 Memorial 242/242

No 3

WALLACE, Robert miner Pt Elliot 1867 Memorial 77/251

WALLACE, Robert of Pt Elliot 1882 Memorial 99/346

No 4

WALLACE, Robert warehouseman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 156/351

WALLACE, Robert manchester warehouseman Adelaide 1895 Application 22965

No 5

WALLACE, Robert of Allendale 1890 Memorial 109/404

WALLACE, Roger William KC 2 Harcourt Buildings The Temple, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Ernest BLACK physician Perth WA, to manage his Australian real estate 30/12/1907 Deposit 10/1908

WALLACE, Thomas mason Kooringa took over the lease of the Bushman Inn at Gawler from Britton Tasmanian JONES licensed victualler Gawler for £133 1849 Memorial 492/18

No 1

WALLACE, William printer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 207/27 Printer Currie St, Adelaide 1851 He laid out a township on Section 254 Survey B Memorial 17/32

WALLACE, William printer Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 260/40

WALLACE, William printer Adelaide, died c1865. He left his estate to his wife, Jane Wallace, for life during her widowhood, then to his daughter, Mrs David THOMPSON, and her children absolutely in remainder expectant. If her issue failed, the estate to go to the children of Frederick GOLDNEY Memorial 98/204

WALLACE, William Henry licensed victualler Adelaide, took out a 5-year lease on the Selborne Hotel and Grill Room in Pirie St Adelaide at £2/10/- a week for the first 2 years and £8 a week for the final 3 years from 1888 Memorial 34/396

No 1

WALLADGE, Daniel labourer Solomontown at Pt Pirie 1909 Memorial 230/460

WALLADGE, Daniel labourer Pt Pirie, died 22/7/1909. Husband of Betsey Walladge, who had become Mrs Betsey SMITH of Booleroo Centre by 1917. Father of William James Walladge labourer Pt Pirie 1917 Memorials 152 & 194/475

No 1

WALLADGE, William farmer Mudla Wirra 1855 Memorial 249/91

WALLADGE, William of Templers 1866 Application 7067

WALLADGE, William farmer near Templers 1870[-1877] Memorial 206/244

WALLADGE, William farmer formerly of near Templers 1873 but now of Koolunga 1878 Application 16890

WALLADGE, William farmer formerly of Mudla Wirra now of Koolunga 1897 Application 23372

WALLAGE, John labourer Inman Valley. Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

No 1

WALLAGE, Josiah farmer Inman Valley 1858 Memorial 168/146

WALLAGE, Mary Ann married woman Inman Valley [Mrs Josiah Wallage nee Mary Ann CHALLICE] Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

WALLAGE, William labourer Inman Valley. Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 37 Page 335 County Hindmarsh

No 1

WALLBANK, Joseph bought land in Strathalbyn in 1852 Memorial 324/82

WALLBANK, Joseph of Strathalbyn 1865 Application 6086

WALLBANK, Joseph carter Strathalbyn, died c1893 intestate. He was already in Strathalbyn by 1852, when he was a labourer. His sons included , Thomas Wallbank farmer Strathalbyn, John Wallbank, Frederick Wallbank, and Richard Wallbank all no description Application 22643

WALLBANK, Joseph carter Strathalbyn and his wife Mary Ann Margaret Wallbank had both died by 1893. Parents of Thomas Wallbank farmer Strathalbyn. Joseph Wallbank's estate worth £620 Memorial 96/420

WALLENT, Carl farmer Nairne (Should this be Nain??) 1872 Application 12005

WALLENT, Lorenz farmer Nain, made his will 16/12/1859. He left his whole estate to his eldest son, Carl, provided he carried out certain conditions. Wife Petronella nee STANKO to get £50 ‘if and when she demands the same … and my son Carl has to give board and lodging gratis unto my dear and beloved wife Petronella during her lifetime, but of course my deaer wife shall be at liberty to live with my daughters if and when she likes. £1100 and a bay mare to son Simon Wallent when he comes of age. Youngest daughter, Johanne Luise to get £100 when she is 18, to be used as a dowry. If it is not paid then, Luise to charge 5% per annum in addition to the original sum. Also to get a good milking cow and remain at her brother Carl’s place until she marries. Carl to also pay the expenses of the wedding. Heinrich SCHWARZ to tutor Johanne Luise Wallent. Daughters Maria MODISTACH, Maria PAECH, Therese DOHNT to get £10 each within a year of their father’s death. Application 6489

No 1

WALLER, Alfred James farmer Rapid Bay 1875 heir at law of the late James Waller formerly farmer Yankalilla but now deceased Application 14313

WALLER, Alfred James farmer Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 38 County Carnarvon

No 1

WALLER, Benjamin farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. William Waller mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 168/390

WALLER, Benjamin of American River Kangaroo Island 1888 Memorial 75/392

WALLER, Grace spinster Monart Glebe Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, Ireland, temporarily absent from SA, power of attorney to George Swan FOWLER merchant Adelaide, to manage her SA real estate 12/3/1884 Deposit 144/1885

No 1

WALLER, Henry labourer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island. Penneshaw (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 39 County Carnarvon

WALLER, Henry farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1894 Memorial 214/420

No 1

WALLER, James labourer Black Forest 1846[-1847] Memorial 92/345

WALLER, James labourer Hammersmith near Adelaide 1847 Memorial 94/345

WALLER, James yeoman Edwardstown 1854 Memorial 372/63

WALLER, James labourer South Road 1855 Memorial 469/87

WALLER, James labourer Black Forest, died 14/8/1869 intestate. Estate worth £450. Husband of Mercy Waller Application 19444

WALLER, Mercy widow Black Forest; relict of the late James Waller of the Black Forest 1882 Application 19444

No 2

WALLER, James labourer Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 330/40

WALLER, James agricultural labourer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 231/60

WALLER, James stockholder Cape Jervis 1854 Memorial 126/69

WALLER, James 23 labourer Happy Valley married Harriett CHANDLER 17 spinster Happy Valley, on 11/5/1852 Christ Church O'Halloran Hill. Witnesses: William HICKMAN and Sarah CHANDLER Application 14313

WALLER, James formerly agricultural labourer Adelaide but now of The Stockyards, Rapid Bay 1861 Application 2281

WALLER, James farmer Rapid Bay, died 14/3/1865 intestate, of concussion of the brain, aged 38. His eldest son, Alfred James Waller, born 2/11/1853 Rapid Bay Cape Jervis, inherited as heir at law Application 14313

No 3

WALLER, James sheep farmer formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Pandura near Pt Augusta 1866 Memorial 242/214

No 1

WALLER, Samuel labourer Natimuck Vic (turned 21 on 22/11/1888) son of Harriett BOWMAN formerly Mrs Harriett Waller nee Chandler (who died 3/4/1885) and grandson of Charles CHANDLER farmer Chandler Hill (who died 20/8/1878) Memorial 153/398

WALLER, Samuel labourer Natimuck Vic 1889[-1895] Memorial 184/399

WALLER, Walter farmer Warooka 1883[-1884] Memorial 88/352

WALLEY, Thomas William Charles of Woodlands Mt Crawford 1864 Memorial 223/198

No 1

WALLIS, Alfred James engine driver Aberdeen near Kooringa 1913 Memorial 51/468

WALLIS, Alfred James engine driver formerly of Aberdeen but now of 24 Croydon Rd, Keswick 1929 Application 27763.

WALLIS, Alfred James formerly engine driver Aberdeen near Kooringa but now out of business Croydon Road, Keswick 1934 Memorial 42/508

WALLIS, Benjamin restaurant keeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1894 Memorial 194/422

No 1

WALLIS, Edmund overseer Kensington 1883 Memorial 194/352

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALLIS, Edmund chaff merchant Kensington 1890[-1909] Application 21912.

WALLIS, Edmund formerly chaff merchant Kensington, but now out of business Kersbrook. He could not write 1922 Application 27061.

WALLIS, Elizabeth Jane widow Virginia 1911 Application 25928

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WALLIS, George bricklayer Adelaide 1844[-1851] Memorial 498/3

WALLIS, George of Wright St, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 195/65

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALLIS, George blacksmith Adelaide 1855 Memorial 171/98

WALLIS, George bricklayer Adelaide 1863 Memorial 310/193

No 3

WALLIS, George carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 32/28

WALLIS, George carpenter Queenstown 1851 Memorial 109/36

No 4

WALLIS, George labourer Hindmarsh took out a 7-year lease of the Commercial Inn Hindmarsh at £130 a year from John PACKHAM baker Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 367/42

WALLIS, George licensed victualler Port Road 1858 Memorial 273/135

No 5 - uncertain; could belong to either No 1 or 4

WALLIS, George bricklayer Hindmarsh, died c1867. He left his entire estate in equal shares absolutely to his two daughters, Faith Wallis and Susan Wallis spinsters Hindmarsh Memorial 30/222

WALLIS, George Richard storekeeper Hatherleigh. Hatherleigh (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 329 County Grey

WALLIS, Hughie McKenzie company director 136 South Rd, Richmond, director of Theatre Investments Pty Ltd, 18 Wright St, Adelaide 1963 Application 29569

No 1

WALLIS, John farmer Noarlunga 1854[-1866] Memorial 299/76

No 2 - probably the same person

WALLIS, John farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 234/105

WALLIS, John farmer Section 545 Hundred of Willunga 1858 Memorial 304/146

No 3

WALLIS, John teamster Bundaleer. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

No 4

WALLIS, John wheelwright Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

WALLIS, John Thomas Henry farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1944 Grant Book 12 Page 103 County Chandos

WALLIS, OA farm apprentice Tooperang 1923 Memorial 34/488

No 1

WALLIS, Richard bootmaker Macclesfield 1855 Memorial 197/86

WALLIS, Richard bootmaker Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

WALLIS, Richard cordwainer Macclesfield 1861 Application 2284.

No 2

WALLIS, Richard and Thomas of Gawler 1857 Memorial 191/127

No 1

WALLIS, Robert of Aberdeen near Kooringa 1865 Memorial 39/208

WALLIS, Robert labourer formerly of Aberdeen SA but now of Dalesford Vic 1876 Application 15531

No 1

WALLIS, Thomas carter Adelaide 1838. Husband of Sarah Wallis Application 7506.

WALLIS, Thomas [formerly carter Adelaide but now] labourer North Adelaide 1853[-1862] Memorial 210/53

WALLIS, Sarah Ann widow North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 118/293

No 2

WALLIS, Thomas tailor Adelaide 1845[-1846] (Pt TA 79 Rundle St) Memorial 146/7

WALLIS, Thomas tailor in the vicinity of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 257/16

WALLIS, Thomas tailor Section 296 near Adelaide 1850[-1856] Memorial 304/24

WALLIS, Thomas tailor Fourth Creek late 1850[-1860] Memorial 205/27

WALLIS, Thomas tailor formerly of Fourth Creek but now of Kent Town 1866 Memorial 203/214

WALLIS, Thomas tailor Kent Town 1867 Application 8719.

WALLIS, Thomas gentleman Kent Town 1875 Memorial 130/280

No 3 FIND CHECK RUN

WALLIS, Thomas gardener Macclesfield 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

WALLIS, Thomas gardener Macclesfield. Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1858 Grant Book 36 Page 361 County Hindmarsh

WALLIS, Thomas farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

WALLIS, Thomas farmer Stephenston township Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1887[-1888] Memorial 79/384

WALLIS, Thomas Albert contractor Fullarton 1878[-1880] Memorial 91/312

WALLIS, Walter John of near Strathalbyn one of the lessees charged with the development of certain reserve land between Strathalbyn and the Angas River as a bowling green 1914 Memorial 101/470

No 1

WALLIS, William farmer near Tanunda Co Light. Hundred of Glen Roy land grant 1873 Grant Book 29 Page 284 County MacDonnell

No 2

WALLIS, William coppersmith Adelaide (Pt TA 83 Rundle St) 1880 Memorial 219/324

WALLMANN, A undertaker's assistant Alberton 1907 Application 25360

WALLMANN, Arthur Gordon grazier Yankalilla 1943 Application 28362

WALLMANN, Carl licensed victualler Gawler 1882[-1883] Memorial 81/343

No 1

WALLMANN, Carl Friedrich carpenter Adelaide [probably Angas St] 1850 Memorial 388/24

WALLMANN, Carl Friedrich piano tuner Adelaide 1867 Memorial 237/225

WALLMANN, Friedrich Theodor cabinetmaker Adelaide 1875 Memorial 62/280

WALLMANN, Gustav August sheepfarmer Unalla Bugle Ranges 1906 Memorial 242/454

No 1

WALLMANN, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1854 Memorial 3/78

WALLMANN, Heinrich carpenter Adelaide (Angas St) 1856 Memorial 244/97

WALLMANN, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm cabinetmaker Adelaide 1859[-1861] Application 402, Memorial 319/173

No 1

WALLMANN, RH law clerk Adelaide 1907 Memorial 157/456

WALLMANN, RH solicitor Adelaide 1908 Memorial 57/460

WALLMANN, Reginald Horton member of the legal firm of Messrs Wallmann and MARTIN, successors to the business of LM CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1914 Application 26563

WALLMANN, Reginald Horton solicitor Adelaide and Nettie Eugenie Wallmann his wife 1918 Memorial 82/477

WALLMANN, RJ undertaker Pulteney St, Adelaide 1897 Application 23525

WALLSBY, John J accountant Pt Augusta 1876 Memorial 194/296

WALLSCHLAGER, Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 225/222

No 1

WALLSCHUTZKY/WALLSCHÜTZKY, Johann Christian formerly blacksmith Black Springs (Springton??) 1859 then Stockwell but now an insolvent 1876 Application 15651.

WALLSCHUTZKY/WALLSCHÜTZKY, Johann Christian farmer Palmer Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 143 County Fergusson

WALLSCHUETZKY/WALLSCHUTZKY/WALLSCHÜTZKY, Johann Christian farmer Streaky Bay. Hundred of Ripon land grant 1900[-1904] Grant Book 52 Page 72 County Robinson

WALLSCHUTZKY, Johann Friedrich of Broken Hill and Bridget Wallschutzky his wife 1898 Application 23620

WALLSCHUTZKY/WALLSCHÜTZKY, Wilhelm linked with Sections 119, 120 Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1882 Memorial 222/345

WALMSLEY, Alfred Smith clerk Adelaide 1884[-1885] Memorial 124/359

No 1

WALPOLE, Henry farmer Para Plains 1850[-1851] Memorial 8/21

WALPOLE, Henry farmer Para Plains near Salisbury 1852[-1853] Memorial 301/39

WALPOLE, Henry licensed victualler Burton near Salisbury 1866 Memorial 175/210

WALPOLE, Henry gentleman Burton near Salisbury 1866 Memorial 248/211

WALPOLE, Henry gentleman Kapunda 1874 Memorial 8/519

WALPOLE, Henry died 23/10/1875. He left a life annuity to Mary Anne ETTE nee Walpole, daughter of William Walpole. She re-married, aged 39, 15/7/1879 Temperance Hotel, Robe, Thomas IRVING 59 widower farmer Naracoorte (Father Robert Irving). 23/4/1884 Mrs Irvine died near Naracoorte, of acute consumption, aged 45. Peter ROWLAND farmer Redhill, an executor for the Walpole Estate, gave the above information Deposit 39/1872, Enrolment 88/53

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WALPOLE, John farmer Waterloo Plains 1868 Memorial 124/229

WALPOLE, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1872[-1875] Memorial 47/273

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WALPOLE, John Bland farmer Waterloo Plains Mundoora 1904 Application 24702

WALPOLE, John Bland the Elder farmer Waterloo Plains and JB Walpole the Younger farmer Hamilton on the Light 1904 Memorial 63/450

No 1

WALPOLE, Owen William farmer Appila. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

WALPOLE, Owen William of Appila Yarrowie 1885 Memorial 193/372

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WALPOLE, Walter farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1872[-1874] Memorial 26/261

WALPOLE, Walter farmer Kapunda 1882 Memorial 38/343

WALPOLE, Walter farmer Appila 1885 Memorial 129/371

WALPOLE, Walter formerly farmer Appila but now coach driver Kapunda 1885 Memorial 56/372

No 1

WALSGOTT, Gustav grazier Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 228/353

WALSGOTT, Gustav farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1885 Grant Book 30 Page 6 County Grey

WALSGOTT, Gustav farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1893 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

WALSH, Augustine farmer near Booborowie. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 193 County Stanley

WALSH, AT JP of Clare 1906 Memorial 52/456

No 1

WALSH, Catherine widow Adelaide (West Tce) 1853 Memorial 125/55

WALSH, Catherine widow near Kapunda linked with Joseph Walsh farmer near Kapunda 1863 Memorial 105/189

WALSH, Catherine widow near Kapunda linked with Peter Walsh farmer near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 282/192

WALSH, Catherine widow Adelaide linked with Peter Walsh farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 125/266

WALSH, Catherine widow Belvidere 1867 Enrolment 66/52

WALSH, Catherine widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Hindmarsh 1888 linked with WALSH, Hugh farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1892 Application 22398

WALSH, Charles storeman Robe 1854 Memorial 106/68

WALSH, David licensed victualler Hindley St (Star Inn Hindley St), died c1851. His widow, Mary Ann Walsh, had taken over the business Memorial 341/37

WALSH, Donald Keith labourer Milang 1926 Memorial 200/507

WALSH, Edmund Leo farmer Bletchley 1921 Memorial 51/483

No 1

WALSH, Edward, James and Thomas farmers near Strathalbyn 1870[-1878] Memorial 6/248

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALSH, Edward butcher Strathalbyn 1902 Memorial 169/446

WALSH, Edward farmer Tory Banks near Strathalbyn 1913 Application 26225

WALSH, Edward farmer Strathalbyn 1921 Memorial 69/484

WALSH, Edward butcher Strathalbyn, died 15/11/1921. Brother to Ellen ROBINSON Memorial 161/484

WALSH, Frederick tailor Adelaide 1912 Application 26071

WALSH, Frederick John foreman engineer Lynington St, Tusmore 1940 Application 28252

No 1

WALSH, Hugh farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 51/222

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

WALSH, Hugh farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1877[-1885] Memorial 6/299

WALSH, Hugh farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda, became a bankrupt in 1892 Memorial 160/415

WALSH, Hugh farmer Kapunda 1908 Application 25511

No 1

WALSH, James gentleman Adelaide 1842[-1854] Memorial 244/2

WALSH, James brewer Adelaide 1840[-1851] Memorial 472/18

WALSH, James brewer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 472/18

WALSH, James Esquire Adelaide (Pirie St) 1851[-1856] Memorial 4/101

WALSH, James gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 238/78

WALSH, James wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 48/79

WALSH, James merchant Adelaide 1855[-1859] Memorial 260/92

WALSH, James Esquire Adelaide 1855 Memorial 481/88

WALSH, James gentleman Norwood 1854 [He had possibly been living in Norwood since 1851 when he first bought real estate there] Memorial 275/71

WALSH, James Esquire Adelaide, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS gentleman Hindmarsh and Joseph Eldin MOULDEN gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1865 Deposit 152/1866

WALSH, James gentleman The Waldrons Burnside 1872 Memorial 165/262

WALSH, James Esquire formerly of Norwood and then of Burnside, died 25/4/1873 on the high seas while on a voyage between South Australia and England Memorial 11/374

WALSH, James of Adelaide, died in 1873 on the high seas on a voyage from SA to England Memorial 164/367

WALSH, James brewer and Isabella Walsh his wife, lived at Osmond Tce, Norwood, in a home willed to Mrs Walsh by the late Frederick Ward DAY [who died 16/6/1899], Mrs Walsh died 18/4/1892, of plurisis diarrhoea and heart failure, aged 86, before she inherited the house Application 23879

WALSH, James Esquire formerly of Norwood later of Burnside, died 25/4/1873 on the high seas on the way to England. His estate to be sold, and the proceeds placed in trust to earn for his wife, Isabella nee NICHOLSON, for life, an annual income of £200 for her use. After her death, the estate to be shared equally amongst his brothers and sister and their descendants mostly in Yorkshire, England. His wife to get all her jewels absolutely and his jewellery for life, then to his brothers Samuel and George Walsh. His wife could also select £150 worth of furniture from the house for her own absolute use Application 18451

No 2

WALSH, James gentleman Brighton 1851[-1857] Memorial 466/86

WALSH, James merchant Brighton 1858 Memorial 216/132

WALSH, James Esquire formerly of Noarlunga but now of Brighton 1860 Memorial 268/165

WALSH, James gentleman Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hall land grant 1860 Grant Book 56 Page 209 County Stanley

WALSH, James Esquire Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 223 County Gawler

No 3

WALSH, James farmer Great South Road 1852[-1853] Memorial 12/40

No 4

WALSH, James gentleman Kent Town 1870 Application 10805.

WALSH, James gentleman Kent Town 1871 Memorial 205/250

No 5

WALSH, James farmer Strathalbyn 1887 Memorial 116/387

WALSH, James farmer Springfield near Strathalbyn, died c1917. Father of Richard Walsh farmer Springfield Memorial 145/475

WALSH, James farmer Springfield near Strathalbyn, died 5/5/1917. Executor; Richard David Walsh farmer Sandergrove Road, near Strathalbyn Memorial 144/477

WALSH, James farmer Strathalbyn, died 5/5/1917. Husband of Rebecca Walsh of Springfield near Strathalbyn. Father of Richard Walsh, Edward Walsh, John Walsh and Joseph Walsh (also known as Clem Walsh). Edward Walsh died 9/7/1924 intestate. Richard Walsh died 21/12/1924 intestate. Surviving sons in 1925 - Richard David Walsh farmer near Strathalbyn and John Walsh barman Murray Bridge Memorial 145/492

No 1 - probably the same person

WALSH, John engineer Pt Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 442/15

WALSH, John engineer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 61/60

WALSH, John contractor Adelaide 1856 Memorial 300/109

No 2 - probably the same person

WALSH, John stockholder Darling River 1854 Memorial 166/62

WALSH, John gentleman Gawler 1854 Memorial 445/66

WALSH, John stockholder Gawler 1854[-1856] Memorial 440/68

No 3

WALSH, John contractor Wallaroo 1885 Memorial 143/370

WALSH, John farmer Wallaroo 1889 Memorial 131/397

No 4

WALSH, John mason Two Wells 1869 Application 10240

No 5

WALSH, John carpenter Pt Adelaide and Jane Walsh his wife 1883 Memorial 72/349

No 6 FIND CHECK CHRISTIAN NAME

WALSH, John farmer Warnertown 1894 Memorial 20/423

WALSH, James farmer Warnertown, had died by 1902. Executors – William GOODE merchant Pt Pirie and Michael Francis KAIN farmer Warnertown Grant Book 60 Page 395 County Victoria

WALSH, John Andrew storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

No 1

WALSH, John Joseph of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 473/31

WALSH, John Joseph of Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grants 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 92 County Adelaide

WALSH, JJ clerk to JG RUSSELL solicitor Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 56/322

No 1

WALSH, John Thomas clerk Pt Augusta Co Frome. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 66 Page 151 County Manchester

WALSH, John T accountant Pt Augusta 1875 Memorial 219/287

No 1

WALSH, Joseph farmer Kapunda linked with Hugh Francis Walsh farmer Bagot Gap 1867 Memorial 43/222

WALSH, Joseph farmer Kapunda 1871 Memorial 29/254

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

WALSH, Joseph James farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Pekina land grants 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 161 County Dalhousie

WALSH, Joseph James farmer Tarcowie. Trustee Tarcowie Cemetery 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 1

WALSH, Joseph James farmer Bagot Gap Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 87 County Victoria

No 2

WALSH, Joseph James farmer Second Valley, died 12/9/1906 Bishops Flat? Husband of Mary Theresa Walsh, who had a life interest in his estate, or until she remarried. He left an estate worth £2,700. Mary Theresa Walsh died 23/11/1945 Lourdes Valley, Glen Osmond, of 2 weeks' cerebral haemorrhage, aged 70. She had a family of 4 living sons Application 28977

WALSH, Joseph William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1876 Application 15205

WALSH, Leo poultry farmer Anzac Highway Glandore 1947 Application 28484

WALSH, Margaret widow Murray River 1856 Memorial 477/97

No 1

WALSH, Martin labourer Macclesfield Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 140 County Fergusson

WALSH, Martin of Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1

WALSH, Matthew and Peter bricklayers Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 58/60

WALSH, Matthew bricklayer and mason Adelaide eldest son and heir at law of the late Peter Walsh deceased and his wife now Catherine Walsh widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1856 Memorials 262 & 263/111 Other members of the family appeared to be Peter, Joseph and Hugh Walsh farmers Kapunda 1856 Memorial 266/111 Matthew Walsh had become a farmer in Adelaide by late 1856 Memorial 266/111

WALSH, Maurice Rougham auctioneer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 4 County Lytton

WALSH, Michael farmer Coromandel Valley 1863 Memorial 265/188

No 1

WALSH, Patrick farmer Para Plains 1856[-1866] Memorial 85/109

No 2

WALSH, Patrick mason Virginia 1865[-1874] Memorial 280/204

No 3

WALSH, Patrick farmer The Wakefield 1877 Memorial 4/298

No 4

WALSH, Patrick blacksmith Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 7 County Blachford

No 5

WALSH, Patrick of Benowie 1888 Memorial 23/392

No 6

WALSH, Patrick of the Hundred of Pirie 1887 Memorial 245/385

WALSH, Patrick labourer Crystal Brook 1891 Memorial 183/408

No 7

WALSH, Patrick farmer Lower Broughton 1895 Memorial 166/425

WALSH, Patrick Bailey stockholder Murray District 1853 Memorial 54/55

No 1

WALSH, Patrick John farmer Coonatto 1882 Memorial 85/346

No 2 - possibly the same person

WALSH, Patrick John innkeeper Milang 1892[-1897] Memorial 65/415

WALSH, Patrick John hotelkeeper Balaklava 1909[-1914] Application 25677.

No 1

WALSH, Patrick Ryan farmer Para Plains 1859 Application 390

WALSH, Patrick farmer Para Plains 1860[-1866] Application 1076, Memorial 172/211

WALSH, Patrick Ryan farmer Para Plains, died 15/5/1879. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anne Walsh, for life or until she remarried, then to his children in equal shares - Anne Walsh, John Walsh, Mary Walsh, Catherine Walsh, Peter Walsh, Sarah Walsh and Patrick Walsh. Estate worth £300 1897 Application 23346

WALSH, Patrick Ryan farmer Para Plains, died 15/5/1879. His mother (unnamed) after his father (unnamed) died, remarried to John RYAN farmer Para Plains. For several years after the marriage, Patrick Walsh was known as Patrick Walsh Ryan. Later, he became known as Patrick Ryan Walsh until his death. He willed his estate to his wife, Mary Anne Walsh for life, then to his children - Anne Walsh, John Walsh, Mary Walsh, Catherine Walsh, Peter Wash, Sarah Walsh, and Patrick Walsh. Patrick Thomas RUSSELL Archdeacon of the RC Church, Glenelg, gave this information 1897 Application 24639

No 1

WALSH, Peter stonemason Adelaide 1851 Memorial 70/37

WALSH, Peter bricklayer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 58/60

WALSH, Peter bricklayer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 108/142

WALSH, Peter farmer Airefield Farm near Kapunda 1863 Memorial 151/192

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WALSH, Peter farmer Salter Springs 1885 Memorial 175/364

No 1

WALSH, Richard farmer St Marys on the Sturt 1853 Memorial 144/56

WALSH, Richard formerly farmer Yankalilla 1891 but then gentleman Wakefield St, Adelaide, died 3/4/1892. Husband of Johanna Walsh. Father of Joseph James Walsh farmer Yankalilla, Catherine Walsh, Johanna Hefferan, Ellen CLARK, Ann FEEHAN and Mary HONNER. Estate worth £1,000. Joseph James Walsh farmer Second Valley, died 12/9/1906 Bishop's Flat. Husband of Mary Walsh. Father of unnamed sons and daughters Memorials 20 & 21/530

WALSH, Richard gentleman formerly of St Marys Sturt but then of Yankalilla, died 3/4/1892 Wakefield St, Adelaide. His estate worth £1,000. He gave his wife, Johanna Walsh, a life interest in his estate, apart from £60 legacies for each of his daughters - Catherine Walsh, Johanna HEFFERAN, Ellen CLARKE, Ann FEEHAN and Mary HONNER. His sons, Richard Edmund Walsh, Joseph Michael Walsh and Andrew Gabriel Walsh farmers Second Valley and James Benedict Walsh police superintendent Adelaide, appeared to inherit the real estate eventually, although the will appeared to leave the land only to JM Walsh Application 28977

No 2

WALSH, Richard farmer Strathalbyn and Mary Walsh his wife 1897 Application 23490

No 3

WALSH, Richard gentleman Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Lameroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 32 County Chandos

WALSH, Richard hotelkeeper Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Lameroo) township allotment land grant 1905 Grant Book 12 Page 33 County Chandos

WALSH, Richard farmer Lameroo. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1909[-1911] Grant Book 12 Page 112 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WALSH, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1865 Memorial 41/204

WALSH, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1884 Application 20319

WALSH, Thomas, WALSH, James and WALSH, Edward farmers near Strathalbyn 1915 Application 26447

WALSH, Thomas Joseph out of business Strathalbyn 1930 Application 27814

No 1

WALSH, William licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1857 Memorial 342/133

No 2

WALSH, William labourer Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 232 County Victoria

WALTER, A of Belle Vue Angas Park 1851 Memorial 29/33

No 1

WALTER, Adam Corvin farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1887 Memorial 206/387

WALTER, Adam Corvin farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 29/9/1924 Gawler East. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Walter. Father of Roy Walter farmer One Tree Hill Memorial 88/497

No 1 - probably the same person

WALTER, Alfred of Gouger St, Adelaide 1843 Memorial 255/3

WALTER, Alfred clerk to William James solicitor Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 163/3 Clerk to HARDY & JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 139/38

No 1

WALTER, Arthur Ross commission agent Pt Lincoln 1906 Application 26301

WALTER, Arthur Ross storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 68/468

WALTER, Arthur Ross commission agent Pt Lincoln 1914[-1821] Memorial 178/470, Application 26301S

WALTER, Arthur Ross formerly agent but now company inspector Pt Lincoln 1923 Memorial 171/487

WALTER, Arthur Ross formerly storekeeper Pt Lincoln but now of Randwick NSW 1926 Memorial 93/494

WALTER, Auguste Henriette Christine widow Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 95/373

WALTER, Carl August labourer Keyneton 1886 Application 20927

No 1

WALTER, Charles tailor North Kensington 1875 Application 14639

WALTER, Charles draper Adelaide (55 Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 10/361

WALTER, Charles tailor and outfitter Adelaide 1904 Memorial 35/452

WALTER, Elizabeth wife of Charles Walter clothier Adelaide 1897 Application 23287

WALTER, Elizabeth widow The Parade, Norwood, died 23/2/1913. Executors; Charles Edward Walter tailor Adelaide and Matthew WILLIAMS clerk in holy orders Pt Adelaide Memorial 36/469

No 1

WALTER, Charles Edward, Frank Leslie Walter and Cecil Horace Walter tailors and outfitters Adelaide 1915 Memorial 148/473

WALTER, Charles Edward tailor 70 Kensington Road, Rose Park, died 19/3/1952. Father of Claude Yeovil Walter tailor 11 Ninth Ave, St Peters and Theodore Stanley Walter motor mechanic 113 Edward St, Edwardstown, Alice Mildred SUMMERS, Mavis Mercia Walter, Charles Edward Walter, and Eleanor Elizabeth STONE Memorial 196/527

No 1

WALTER, Christoph Johannes farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

WALTER, Christophorus Johannes farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

WALTER, Christophorus Johannes miller and farmer Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

WALTER, Christoph Johannes farmer Willochra Co Frome. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 10 County Blachford

WALTER, Christophorous Johannes farmer Boolcunda 1885 Memorial 2/370

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WALTER, Edward farmer One Tree Hill 1856[-1859] Memorial 194/95

WALTER, Edward the Elder mason One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died c1870. In complicated arrangements, he left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Walter, and his children - Elizabeth Walter, John Walter, Edward Walter the Younger and Adam Cowan Walter Memorial 215/250

WALTER, Edward the Elder mason One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died c1870. By 1887, his widow Elizabeth Walter still lived at One Tree Hill. Sons Adam Cowan Walter and John Walter were farmers at One Tree Hill, and daughter Elizabeth Walter had married Bartholomew WILLOUGHBY farmer Pt Augusta. George JOHNSTON farmer Curramulka was an executor and trustee for the estate Memorial 144/386

WALTER, Edward farmer One Tree Hill 1880 Application 18262

WALTER, Elizabeth widow One Tree Hill Sources of the Little Para linked with John Walter farmer of the same place 1875[-1887] Memorial 184/280

WALTER, Elizabeth widow of the late Edward Walter One Tree Hill, died 20/12/1892, of morbus cordis, aged 69. Her daughter Elizabeth Walter married Bartholemew WILLOUGHBY farmer Winninowie. Adam Cowan Walter farmer One Tree Hill was probably a son Application 22529

No 1

WALTER, Edward carrier Alberton 1913 Application 26196

No 1

WALTER, Ernest Stocker labourer Kingston S-E 1922[-1933] Memorial 7/487

WALTER, Ernest Stocker labourer Kingston S-E, linked with William Claude Walter labourer Kingston S-E 1939 Application 28186

WALTER, Ernest Stocker mercer Kingston South-East, aged 60 in 1956, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 29203

No 1

WALTER, George gentleman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1855[-1856] Memorial 348/94

WALTER, George Wood gentleman Adelaide sometimes called George Walter 1857[-1859] Memorials 141/130, 239/157

WALTER, George Wood storekeeper Auburn 1881 Memorial 250/334

WALTER, George Wood accountant formerly of Auburn but now of Adelaide 1886 Memorial 173/378

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WALTER, Gottlieb Heinrich and Gottlieb Ephraim farmer Booyoolie 1878 Application 18445

WALTER, GH of Stone Hut near Laura 1889 Memorial 26/400

WALTER, Harold Thomas grazier Kingston S-E linked with William Thomas Walter draper Kingston S-E 1935 Memorial 53/509

No 1

WALTER, Heinrich farmer Co Light 1845 Memorial 334/4

WALTER, Heinrich farmer Hamilton on the Light 1866[-1870] Memorial 11/217

No 1

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm August [should be Alexander] farmer Bethanien 1850 Memorial 314/27

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 273/89

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer Pt Section 6 Co Light 1855 Memorial 432/90

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer Hamilton on the Light 1860[-1864] Application 1689

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer formerly of Bethany, but now of Hamilton on the Light 1871 Application 12825

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

WALTER, Simeon farmer Georgetown. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

WALTER, Heinrich Wilhelm Alexander farmer formerly of Kapunda 1857 but now of near Hamilton on the Light 1873 Application 12825, Application 11708

WALTER, Henry cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 231/44

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WALTER, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1856 Memorial 28/106

WALTER, James farmer Rapid Bay. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1861 Grant Book 37 Page 236 County Hindmarsh

No 1

WALTER, Johann Carl farmer near Point Pass 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

WALTER, Johann Carl farmer Hundred of English 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

WALTER, Johannes farmer Hundred of Boolcunda Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 2/370

WALTER, Johannes Paulus farmer Hamilton on the Light Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 157 County Victoria

No 1

WALTER, John farmer One Tree Hill 1870[-1897] Memorial 58/248

WALTER, John farmer One Tree Hill 1900. Father of Immanuel Graham Walter and Albert Ernest Walter farmers One Tree Hill Application 23940

No 1

WALTER, Joseph linen draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 179/143

WALTER, Joseph draper's assistant Kent Town, died 17/12/1879 Two Wells. He left his estate to his wife, Caroline Walter. Estate worth £150 1907 Application 25313

WALTER, Leonard William company director Franklin St, Adelaide 1947 Application 28489

WALTER, Mary married woman Kingston S-E 1947 Application 28493

WALTER, Robert Hermann Carl butcher Pt Adelaide 1913 and Catherine Barbara Higgins Walter Application 26248

WALTER, Roy farmer One Tree Hill 1927, declared that he was a son of Adam Cowan Walter farmer One Tree Hill, who died 29/9/1924 Gawler East Application 27581

No 1

WALTER, Simeon Nathaniel and Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander Walter farmers near Hamilton on the Light 1864[-1871] Memorial 54/199

WALTER, Simeon Nathaniel miller and farmer Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 149 County Victoria

WALTER, Simeon Nathaniel miller Laura 1880[-1885] Memorial 239/325, Application 20554

WALTER, SN JP of Laura 1895 Memorial 160/426

No 1

WALTER, Theophilus John clerk Alberton 1885 Application 20556.

WALTER, Theophilus John clerk Alberton 1886 Memorial 64/378

WALTER, Theophilus John and MORRIS, Charles Richard timber merchants Pt Adelaide 1901 Application 24205

WALTER, Theopilus John timber merchant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 306 County Not name

WALTER, Theophilus John timber merchant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 103/445

WALTER, Theophilus John and Charles Richard MORRIS timber merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Walter & Morris Ltd with registered office in Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1905 Memorial 55/454

WALTER, Theophilus John timber merchant Pt Adelaide 1907 Application 25271

WALTER, Walter farmer Yorke Peninsula 1882 Memorial 92/344

WALTER, Wilhelm Heinrich farmer near Point Pass 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

No 1

WALTER, William gentleman Alberton 1855 Memorial 332/94

WALTER, William shipping agent's clerk Alberton 1877 Memorial 206/304

WALTER, William clerk Alberton 1883 Application 19893

WALTER, William clerk Alberton and Mary Walter his wife 1894 Application 22703

WALTER, William gentleman Alberton 1898 Memorial 214/436

WALTER, William shipping agent's clerk Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25435

WALTER, William Claude draper Kingston S-E 1936 Application 28021

WALTER, William Paterson of Robe father of Elsie Walker an infant under the age of 21 1863 Memorial 320/189

No 1

WALTER, William Tangier accountant Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 55/311

WALTER, William Tangier formerly accountant but now storekeeper Kingston 1900 Application 24078

WALTER, William Tangier storekeeper Kingston S-E, became a bankrupt in 1908 Memorial 175/459

No 1

WALTERS, Alfred and Samuel farmers Fourth Creek 1854 Memorial 329/65

WALTERS, Alfred farmer Section 857 Survey B 1856 Memorial 288/104

WALTERS, Alfred farmer Fifth Creek 1867 Memorial 97/223

WALTERS, Alfred and Samuel farmers near Fifth Creek 1870 Memorial 162/249

WALTERS, Alfred farmer Fourth Creek 1893 Memorial 78/418

WALTERS, D painter Auburn 1880[-1882] Memorial 158/433

No 1

WALTERS, Edwin Francis plasterer Guichen Bay 1858 Memorial 10/133

WALTERS, Edwin Francis plasterer Robe 1859[-1860] Memorial 47/149

WALTERS, Eliza spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 20/36

No 1

WALTERS, Frank solicitor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 12/466

WALTERS, Frank solictor Pt Pirie 1877[-1899] Memorial 75/304

WALTERS, F solicitor Pt Augusta 1886 Memorial 219/377

WALTERS, F solicitor Orroroo 1890 Memorial 5/402

No 1

WALTERS, Gregory Seale Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 227/24

WALTERS, Gregory Seale formerly merchant London, Middlesex, England but now Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 288/68

WALTERS, Gregory Searle Esquire merchant formerly of London, England, but now of Adelaide. He received power of attorney 30/3/1848, while about to leave for SA, to establish smelting works for copper, using the method called Napiers Patent, belonging to the firm of John SCHNEIDER & Co, New Broad Street, London, in SA and elsewhere in Australia, VDL and New Zealand. He was to be Director of the Company established. Power of attorney to Thomas Henry WILLIAMS and George EWBANK gentlemen Kooringa 15/6/1852, to manage the business while he returned to England for an extended period Deposit 161/OA

WALTERS, GS gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of 12 Chester Tce, Regent's Park, London 1864 Memorial 109/202

WALTERS, Gregory Seale Esquire formerly of 28 Coleman St [perhaps London??] 1842 later of Adelaide but now in England 1864 Application 5144

WALTERS, Gregory Seale Esquire Pt Adelaide 1871. He had business ventures with John Hart. He died 29/10/1876 after having returned to England. His widow, Johanna Walters, died 1896 in England Application 25556

WALTERS, Johanna of 12 Chester Tce, Regents Park, London, died date unknown. She had made her will in Adelaide 20/5/1897. Her executors, Frederick Walters merchant 12 Tokenhouse Yard, London, and Alfred CASTELLAIN Esquire 59 Pulteney St, Bath, Somerset, power of attorney to Charles Morton TODD merchant Adelaide, to wind up her estate in SA 28/3/1907 Deposit 35/1895

WALTERS, Hector labourer Beachport. Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 320 County Grey

No 1

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire Pt Adelaide about to marry Mary HART spinster Glanville Hall daughter of John Hart Esquire Glanville Hall near Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 203/234

WALTERS, Henry Huth formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1876 Memorial 241/292

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 243/351

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire Pt Adelaide leased and then sold a steam flour mill and surrounding land in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide to the Adelaide Milling & Mercantile Co Ltd (head office Victoria Square, Adelaide) in 1883. Walters had owned the business [probably established c1855] in partnership with John HART Esquire Pt Adelaide since 1868 and Hart had died 28/1/1873 Application 19814

WALTERS, Henry Huth merchant formerly of Pt Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1886 Memorial 60/379

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire formerly of parts beyond the seas but now of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 154/389

WALTERS, Henry Huth gentleman of Birchfield Addlestone, Surrey, England, but at present residing in Adelaide 1887 Memorial 148/393

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire formerly of parts beyond the seas but now of Adelaide linked with Johanna Walters widow of parts beyond the seas 1895 Memorial 69/424

WALTERS, Henry Huth Esquire Pt Adelaide 1867. He had business ventures with John Hart. By 1895, he had returned to England, where his address was Decoy Melton, Suffolk Application 25556

WALTERS, Henry Huth out of business 11 Belsize Crescent, South Hampstead, Middlesex, England but presently sojourning at Glanville near Pt Adelaide, declared a bankrupt in 1895 Memorial 233/427

No 1

WALTERS, Henry Sloman farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 178/19 Farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 401/26 Farmer Para Plains 1851 Memorial 461/29

WALTERS, Henry Sloman farmer Para River 1852[-1854] Memorial 391/43

WALTERS, Henry Sloman farmer Salisbury 1852 Memorial 368/42

WALTERS, Henry Sloman of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 487/80

WALTERS, James labourer Salisbury 1855[-1857] Memorial 447/80

No 1

WALTERS, Johann Gottlob farmer Keyneton 1874 Memorial 184/278

WALTERS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Keyneton 1886 Application 20927

No 1

WALTERS, John labourer Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 241/188

No 2

WALTERS, John farmer Willunga 1884 Memorial 230/362

No 3

WALTERS, John farmer Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

No 4

WALTERS, John farmer One Tree Hill 1888 Application 21390

No 1

WALTERS, John Trinder plasterer North Adelaide 1841[-1877] Memorial 96/74

WALTERS, John Trinder plasterer Adelaide 1864[-1869] Memorial 158/196 & Enrolment 85/49

WALTERS, John Trinder plasterer North Adelaide and Margaret Walters his wife 1870 Memorial 94/250

WALTERS, John Harcourt gasfitter Clarence Park. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1899 Grant Book 2 Page 14 County Adelaide

No 1

WALTERS, John Ward chief assistant Nutrition Laboratory University of Adelaide 1939 Memorial 69/514

WALTERS, John Ward chief assistant to the Adelaide University nutrition laboratory 1939 Memorial 6/530 Formerly chief assistant Adelaide but now clerk in holy orders Reynella 1955 Memorial 40/530

Miscellaneous - may be linked through future research

WALTERS, Joseph saddler Noarlunga 1855 Kingston Wesleyan Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 395/93

WALTERS, Joseph bee appliance maker Adelaide 1891 Memorial 132/408

WALTERS, Mary widow Willunga 1874[-1876] Memorial 181/279

WALTERS, Philip farmer Sutton Town near Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 59/430

WALTERS, Richard Eustace draper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

No 1

WALTERS, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 392/19

WALTERS, Samuel gentleman Grosvenor Cottage near Adelaide (Pt Section 40 Survey B) 'by the main road leading to the Fifth Creek' on the north and 'another road leading to The Tiers' on the south 1850 Memorial 148/22

WALTERS, Samuel gentleman Fourth Creek 1856[-1882] Memorial 247/109

WALTERS, Samuel market gardener formerly of Grosvenor Cottage near Adelaide but now of Athelstone 1888 Application 21434

WALTERS, Samuel of Magill, died 26/8/1889 Memorial 78/418

No 1

WALTERS, Stephen painter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 183/73

WALTERS, Stephen died c1860. He left his entire estate to his wife, Catharine Walters. S Walters could not write Memorial 159/171

WALTERS, Sarah Ann married woman Suttontown near Mt Gambier 1929 Application 27720

WALTERS, Stephen painter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 183/73

WALTERS, Thomas Alfred Philip 29 gardener Klemzig (born Parkside), son of Philip Walters 1916 Application 26712

WALTERS, Thomas Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 14/382

No 1

WALTERS, William the Elder farmer Willunga. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1856 Grant Book 1 Page 277 County Adelaide

No 2

WALTERS, William Bank of Australasia clerk Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorials 76/122 & 239/143

No 3

WALTERS, William yeoman Magill 1865[-1874] Memorial 198/207

WALTERS, William George clerk Adelaide 1911 Memorial 62/465

WALTKE, Carl Reinhold driver Arthurton. Arthurton (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 260 County Daly

WALTON, A & Co Ltd of Twin St, Adelaide 1904 Memorial 140/450

WALTON, Albert farmer Hundred of Palmer 1886 Memorial 138/375

No 1

WALTON, Alfred confectioner Adelaide (Pt TA 39 Rundle St) 1878 Memorial 250/310

WALTON, Alfred and John confectioners Adelaide 1892 Memorial 231/413

WALTON, Alfred confectioner Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, John Walton confectioner Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/5/1892 Deposit 51/1892

No 1

WALTON, Arthur Henry labourer Leasingham 1907 Memorial 33/458

WALTON, Arthur Henry gardener Leasingham 1911 Application 25959

WALTON, Charles licensed victualler Leasingham 1856 prominent Bible Christian member Memorial 150/151

No 1

WALTON, Charles Alfred miller near Pt Elliot 1890 Memorial 33/406

WALTON, Charles Alfred miller Pt Elliot linked with Charles Alfred Dugald Fletcher Walton railway porter Petersburg, and Joseph Ernest Walton bootclicker Adelaide 1893 Memorial 141/417

No 1

WALTON, Charles Alfred Dugald Fletcher railway porter Petersburg 1893 Memorial 141/417

WALTON, Charles Alfred Dugald Fletcher railway employee McDonnell [McDonald?] Hill near Petersburg linked with Joseph Walton bootclicker Adelaide 1895 Memorial 97/425

WALTON, Charles Alfred Dugald Fletcher formerly railway porter Petersburg but now signalman MacDonald Hills linked with Joseph Ernest Walton formerly bootclicker Adelaide but now farmer Pt Elliot 1906 Memorial 232/455

WALTON, Charles Alfred Dugald Fletcher signalman McDonald Hill linked with Joseph Ernest Walton formerly farmer Pt Elliot but then gentleman Nailsworth 1909 Memorials 227/461 & 1/462

No 1

WALTON, Charles William licensed victualler Leasingham 1859[-1864] Memorial 108/159

WALTON, Charles William licensed victualler Leasingham 10 year lease at £117 a year of the Leasingham Hotel from Charles GREENSLADE licensed victualler Watervale 1861 Memorial 56/176

WALTON, Conrad Alexander 33 widower farmer Middleton (Father: Charles Alfred WALTON) married Margaret Ann TAVERNER 40 widow Middleton (Father: Lewis JONES) on 1/3/1901 AWG SMITH home, College Rd, Kent Town. Minister: Andrew Crighton RANKINE. Witnesses: AS Cresswell Smith general printer Kent Town. E Smith Application 28294

No 1

WALTON, Frederick labourer Macclesfield 1846 Memorial 43/7

WALTON, Frederick farmer Macclesfield 1849 Memorial 329/46

WALTON, Frederick farmer Bugle Ranges 1853 Memorial 340/48

WALTON, Frederick publican Bugle Ranges 1854 Memorial 89/69

WALTON, Frederick publican Kangaroo Inn South Road 1854[-1863] Memorial 310/70

WALTON, Frederick formerly licensed victualler South Road 1855 but now farmer Le Fevre Peninsula 1866. Husband of Mary Walton Application 7261

WALTON, Frederick dairyman Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Application 8255

No 2 - perhaps the same person; or was the dairyman the son or brother of the butcher?

WALTON, Frederick butcher Walkerville 1888 Application 21319.

WALTON, Frederick dairyman Walkerville, stated that he had been born in Walkerville on 20/8/1865 and had lived there all his life 1908 Application 25517

WALTON, Sophia Jane widow Walkerville 1906, declared that she had lived in Walkerville since c1856 Application 25114

WALTON, George confectioner Adelaide 1887 Memorial 126/388

No 1

WALTON, James carpenter Macclesfield 1857[-1858] Memorial 207/127

WALTON, James carpenter formerly of Macclesfield 1857 but now of Adelaide 1865 Application 6150

No 1

WALTON, John labourer Walkerville 1855 Memorial 180/87

WALTON, Johnn brickmaker Walkerville 1857 Memorial 214/125

WALTON, John brickmaker Walkerville, died c1866. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Sophia Jane Walton, during her widowhood, then to all his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 131/215

No 1

WALTON, Joseph Ernest bootclicker Adelaide 1893 Memorial 141/417

WALTON, Joseph Ernest bootclicker formerly of Adelaide but now of Pt Elliot 1906 Memorial 232/455

WALTON, Joseph Ernest formerly gentleman Nailsworth but now out of business Pt Elliot 1937 Memorial 117/511

WALTON, Joseph Ernest out of business Pt Elliot 1952, declared that he had been born on 31/3/1870 at Pt Elliot and had lived there all his life, except between `1890-1898. Application 28787

WALTON, Randall gardener Walkerville 1860 Memorial 275/162

No 1

WALTON, Thomas farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1854[-1857] Memorial 450/74

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

WALTON, Thomas farmer Cockatoo Valley and Mary Ann Walton his wife 1878 Memorial 78/305

WALTON, Thomas labourer Gawler 1883[-1885] Memorial 83/363

WALTON, Thomas labourer Gawler and Mary Ann Walton nee Lacey LAWSON his wife daughter of Thomas Lacy Lawson mining captain Cockatoo Valley. Thomas Walton died 17/12/1895. Mrs Walton died 25/5/1917. Her family as of 1918 - Sarah WESTER widow Goyder St, Kadina; William Thomas Walton miner Tipperary Flat Mt Morgan Qld; Thomas Walton driver Bacon St, Hindmarsh; Walter Thomas Walton labourer Kadina; Mary Ellen HOLLAND widow Gawler; Henry Thomas Walton carter Cloncurry Qld; Emily Rose WINGATE married woman Gawler South; Maud Wingate married woman Berrett Estate near Gawler; and Wesley Thomas Walton farmer Hundred of Barossa Memorial 162/476

WALTON, Wesley Thomas farmer Hundred of Barossa and Catherine Violet Veronica Walton his wife 1947 Memorial 41/521

No 1

WALTON, William seaman Pt Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 15/37

No 2

WALTON, William merchant Adelaide (Store 5 on the east side of Peel St, in premises 'called Commercial Buildings lately erected by John Robin Harris wine and spirit merchant Adelaide') 1855 Memorial 75/94

No 3

WALTON, William farmer Blyth about to marry Agnes Sarah Whyard GIBBS spinster Koolunga 1884 Memorial 201/361

WALTON, William farmer Blyth 1893[-1903] Memorial 106/416

No 4

WALTON, William contractor Auburn. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1901 Grant Book 56 Page 71 County Stanley

WALTON, William Arthur of Moonta 1917, was a son of Charles William Walton licensed victualler Leasingham, who died 8/5/1881 at Clare Application 26150

No 1

WALTROWITZ, Albert wheelwright Hahndorf 1859[-1886] Memorial 35/150

WALTROWITZ, Albert wheelwright formerly of Hahndorf but then of Natimuk Vic 1900 Application 24136

No 1

WALTROWITZ, Joseph farmer Hahndorf 1864[-1884] Memorial 317/196

WALTROWITZ, Joseph labourer Hahndorf 1887 Application 21194

WANDEL, Carl farmer Ebenezer near Stockwell 1859 Memorial 347/155

No 1

WANDEL, Johann August farmer formerly of Sandy Creek, but now of Dalkey near Balaklava 1889 Application 21616

WANDEL, Johann August farmer Hundred of Dalkey Co Gawler 1886 Memorial 207/376

WANDEL, Johann August farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1892 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

WANDEL, Carl Gottlieb farmer Woorak Vic, Friederich Johann Wandel farmer Woorak Vic, Julius Heinrich Wandel labourer Sale Vic, and Susanna Maria LIERSCH nee Wandel wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Liersch farmer Nantawarra, power of attorney to their brother August Benjamin wandel farmer Balaklava, Hundred of Dalkey, children of the late August WANDEL farmer Sandy Creek, to secure their legal right to a share in the property of the late Dienegott FROST, namely the western portion of Section 1728, Hundred of Barossa Deposit 44/1899

WANEN, Charles T bank manager Petersburg 1893 Memorial 56/419

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WANKE, Albin Ferdinand farmer Lobethal 1852[-1854] Memorial 182/46

WANKE, AF shoemaker Lobethal 1870[-1872] Memorial 74/261

WANKE, Carl Ferdinand blacksmith Mannum 1888[-1891] Memorial 166/390

WANNKEN, Heinrich butcher Windsor 1854 Memorial 494/70

WANNRICH, Ernst Gottlieb farmer and gardener near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 280/141

No 1

WANSBROUGH, Annie Jane widow of Ardrossan 1887[-1893] Memorial 147/383

WANSBROUGH, Annie Jane widow Ardrossan, had died by 1893. Executor – Thomas James BURFORD farmer Dowlingville Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

No 1

WANSBROUGH, Ernest Edward farmer Concordia near Gawler 1881[-1886] Memorial 247/328

WANSBROUGH, Ernest Edward farmer Gawler 1890 Application 21817

WANSBROUGH, Ernest Edward gentleman near Gawler and Anne Wansbrough his wife 1895 Memorial 170/423

WANSBROUGH, Ernest Edward farmer near Gawler 1888. His wife, Ann Wansborough, died 29/1/1899. He died soon afterwards on 9/3/1899 Memorials 23-24, 43/439

WANSBROUGH, James farmer Sandy Creek 1854[-1860] Memorial 144/76

No 1

WANSTALL, James butcher Adelaide 1862[-1864] Memorial 205/183

WANSTALL, James licensed victualler Norwood 1865 Application 6904

WANSTALL, James licensed victualler Norwood 14-year lease at £1/17/6 a week for the Alma Inn from Robert STANDLEY blacksmith Norwood 1866 Memorial 226/208

WANSTALL, James butcher Kapunda 1875 Memorial 218/282

WANSTALL, Elizabeth widow Adelaide 1897. Mother of John Edward FORSTER labourer Brompton, Emma ROWE wife of David Rowe farmer Dry Creek, Charles Forster chaff merchant Enfield (Lindsay Charles Forster his son and Florenzia Forster his daughter), Jane Ann LIERICH widow of William Lierich formerly farmer Yorke Peninsula now deceased and Mary KOWALICK wife of Matthew Kowalick labourer North Adelaide Memorial 65/433

No 1

WAPLES, John farmer Kensington Park 1850[-1859] Memorial 374/22

WAPLES, John labourer Kensington 1875 Memorial 101/284

WAPLES, John yeoman Norwood 1855 Memorial 116/89

WAPLES, John of North Kensington 1876 Memorial 161/293

WAPLES, William Allen the Elder livery stable proprietor Adelaide (attached to the Criterion Hotel King William St, Adelaide) 1901 Memorial 121/445

WAPPER, Jacob labourer Reynella 1877 Application 15688

WARBURTON, George Edward Egerton Esquire of Western Australia 1879[-1888] Memorial 82/319

No 1

WARBURTON, Percival of Angaston 1861 Memorial 69/179

WARBURTON, Percival Clerk of the Local Court Angaston 1863 Memorial 128/190

WARBURTON, Percival Egerton Esquire Beaumont 1863 Memorial 144/198

No 1

WARBURTON, Peter Egerton Esquire Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 498/60 Esquire Beaumont 1854 Memorial 318/61

WARBURTON, Peter Egerton Major in the HEC's service Beaumont 1856 Memorial 21/98

WARBURTON, Richard Egerton gentleman Charlotte Waters NT 1883 Memorial 143/347

WARBURTON, Richard James Egerton agent Adelaide 1882 Memorial 240/343

WARBURTON, Rowland James Egerton gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1883 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

WARBURTON, W Egerton bank manager Penola 1878[-1880] Memorial 250/307

WARBURTON, William Albert of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 37/402

WARCK, Bernhard and Johann Heinrich farmers Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 263/49

No 1

WARD, Alaric gold digger Walkerville 1854 Memorial 136/69

WARD, Alaric labourer Walkerville 1855 Linked with Alfred Samuel Ward baker Walkerville Memorial 245/84
No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARD, Albert farmer Alford. Trustee church prob at Alford 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

WARD, Albert farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

WARD, Albert farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 221 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARD, Alfred clerk to WH PARKER solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 49/243

WARD, Alfred bank clerk Pt Augusta 1871 Memorial 152/306

No 2

WARD, Alfred farmer Campbelltown Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

No 1

WARD, Alfred Samuel brewer Walkerville 1853[-1854] Memorial 233/48

WARD, Alfred Samuel baker Walkerville 1855 Memorial 216/93

WARD, Alfred Samuel labourer Walkerville 1861[-1867] Memorial 314/171

WARD, Alfred Samuel labourer formerly of Walkerville but now of Willaston near Gawler 1871 Memorial 102/256

WARD, Alfred Samuel labourer Willaston 1876 Application 15323

WARD, Alfred Samuel labourer formerly of Walkerville from 1844 until c1870, now of Willaston 1880 Application 18302

WARD, Ann widow Kilkenny 1850 Memorial 258/26

WARD, Anna Maria widow Bremerton mother of William Gibbons Ward no description 1875 Memorial 245/282

No 1

WARD, Arthur farmer Willaston near Gawler, died 22/10/1932. Husband of Amanda Hilda Caroline Ward Memorial 87/508

WARD, Arthur farmer Willaston, died 22/10/1932. His estate worth £3,261. He left the whole of his estate to his wife, Amanda Hilda Caroline Ward Application 27993

WARD, Arthur Edward moulder Bowden-on-the-Hill 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

WARD, Austin George medical practitioner Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas Hopkins BOWEN licensed victualler Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/7/1882 Deposit 171/1882

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WARD, Bernard farmer Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WARD, Bernard farmer Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1884 Memorial 168/360

No 2

WARD, Bernard plasterer Gawler South and Margaret Anne Ward his wife 1953 Memorial 116/528

WARD, Charles Kennard cordwainer Prospect 1851[-1854] Memorial 53/31

WARD, Charles K of Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1868 Memorial 228/232

WARD, Clara Elizabeth married woman Yankalilla 1898 Memorial 214/436

No 1

WARD, Daniel mill workman Angaston 1852 Memorial 79/59

WARD, Daniel labourer Penrice 1855 Memorial 293/84

WARD, Daniel carter Penrice 1857 Memorial 255/119

WARD, Daniel labourer Penrice near Angaston, died 22/7/1874. Husband of Ellen Ward. Father of William Ward. Estate worth £800 Memorial 86/488

WARD, Daniel labourer Penrice near Angaston, died 22/7/1874. His estate in trust to his wife, Ellen Ward nee SPENCER, for life (died 1902). Afterwards, to be distributed to his family absolutely as per his will. Children mentioned in Daniel Ward's will included - William Ward (died 1903), Matthew John Ward, Joseph Ward, Mary Ward (died 1886) - at that stage all living at Penrice. By 1896, when he gave much of the above family information, Matthew John Ward was a mason at Kadina Application 28160

WARD, Daniel labourer Penrice near Angaston, died 1874. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Ellen Ward, for life, then in a complicated arrangement, for his children in equal shares. Ellen Ward died 1891. Children included Joseph Ward gardener Penrice and Matthew John Ward plasterer Kadina 1911 Application 25995

No 1

WARD, David tallow chandler Adelaide 1850 Memorial 144/19

WARD, David gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1867] Enrolment 55/20

No 1

WARD, Ebenezer newspaper proprietor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 95/212

WARD, Ebenezer Esquire Kapunda 1872 Memorial 83/258

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARD, Edward labourer Auburn eldest son and heir at law of Robert Ward formerly labourer Nairne but now deceased 1882 Memorial 29/338

WARD, Edward storekeeper Saddleworth 1887 Memorial 204/382

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WARD, Edward agent Adelaide 1891 Application 22142

WARD, Edward sharebroker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

No 1

WARD, Edward Grant gentleman North Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 15/46

WARD, Edward Grant gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 7/88

WARD, Edward Grant gentleman North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 105/425

WARD, Elizabeth married woman Yankalilla 1898 Memorial 214/436

WARD, FC clerk Riverton 1873 Memorial 12/265

WARD, FP no description director Yorke Peninsula Mining Co Ltd 1884 Memorial 224/356

WARD, Frank Levi butter factory proprietor Yongala. Yongala Institute trustee 1936 Memorial 114/510

WARD, Fred clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 171/439

WARD, Frederick Furner commercial traveller Birkenhead 1919 Application 26758

WARD, Frederick William of Semaphore formerly Sempahore Corporation clerk 1892 now Semaphore Corporation Inspector 1903 Application 24536

No 1

WARD, George blacksmith Gawler 1851[-1857] Memorial 131/36 Oddfellow’s Lodge member 1857 Enrolment 96/37

WARD, George blacksmith Gawler 1856[-1857] Memorial 258/104

WARD, George wheelwright Gawler 1858 Memorial 297/137

WARD, George licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Sandy Creek 1858 Memorial 111/144

WARD, George formerly blacksmith Gawler but now licensed victualler Sandy Creek 1859 Memorial 251/153

WARD, George licensed victualler Bush Inn, Sandy Creek 1858 Memorial 199/147

WARD, George licensed victualler Sandy Creek linked with Thomas Ward blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1860 Memorial 71/171

WARD, George licensed victualler formerly of Sandy Creek but now of Gawler linked with Thomas Ward blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1861 Memorial 9/178

No 1

WARD, George teamster Clare 1870 Application 11083

WARD, George teamster Clare 1885 Application 20691

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARD, George fisherman Angas St, Alberton 1881 Application 18544

WARD, George licensed victualler Alberton, died 17/10/1899. Husband to Mary Ward. Surviving children included - Margaret MCKAY wife of John McKay baker Yatala, John Ward carpenter Alberton, George Ward boiler maker Alberton, and Elizabeth Ward spinster Alberton Application 24226

WARD, George Eaton of Templers 1881 Memorial 126/329

No 1

WARD, Hansford mariner Adelaide 1841 Memorial 449/4 Hotelkeeper Glenelg 1848 Memorial 26/13 Publican Glenelg 1851 Memorial 52/33 Mariner Glenelg 1854 Memorial 56/69

WARD, Hansford ship owner Yatala 1878 Application 16614

WARD, Helen Maud widow Strathalbyn 1878 Memorial 40/310

No 1

WARD, Henry blacksmith Gawler 1862. Perhaps linked with Thomas Ward blacksmith formerly of Sheaoak Log now of Kadina Applications 2788 & 2811

WARD, Henry labourer Willaston near Gawler 1863 Memorial 188/193

WARD, Henry labourer Willaston near Gawler, died 17/12/1886. Husband of Susan Ward, who died 12/1/1908. Parents of Richard Ward blacksmith Willaston, Annie Eliza RIDLEY married woman Norwood and Mary Elizabeth FREAK married woman Pt Adelaide Memorial 214/459

WARD, Henry died 17/12/1886. Linked with Richard Ward blacksmith Willaston near Gawler, Annie Eliza RIDLEY married woman Norwood and Mary Elizabeth FREAK married woman Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 235/450

No 2

WARD, Henry blacksmith Kadina 1866 Memorial 297/209

WARD, Henry Charles of Willochra 1881 Memorial 125/329

No 1

WARD, Hugh leased pastoral land [probably in the Mosquito Plains area] from the Crown 1851[-1856] Run No 164 of 1851 Memorials 174 & 175/105

No 2

WARD, Hugh labourer Bay Road 1853 Memorial 265/51

WARD, Hugh farmer Bay Road 1854[-1857] Memorial 206/79

No 1

WARD, H Torrens solicitor Mt Gambier 1909 Memorial 122/462

WARD, H Torrens solicitor Adelaide 1912 Memorial 89/466

WARD, Isaac farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Gambier land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 101 County Grey

WARD, Isabella widow Maria St, Thebarton 1939, declared she was born on 13/10/1885 and had lived in Thebarton for the whole of her life Application 28195

No 1

WARD, Isabella Ann married woman Langhorne Creek 1895 Memorial 99/425

WARD, Isabella Ann wife of Thomas Henry Augustus Ward of Langhorne Creek, owned Lot 12 the site of the Wheatsheaf Inn at Maidstone 1895 Application 22973

WARD, Jabez farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Napperby Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARD, James farmer Houghton leased land in the Hundred of Light 1856 Memorial 23/111

WARD, James of Willochra Co Newcastle 1881 Memorial 127/329

WARD, James farmer Wilson Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford 1886 Memorial 169/376 FIND CHECK WHICH WILSON

No 1

WARD, James farmer Napperby. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Napperby. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

WARD, James farmer Rocky River. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

WARD, James farmer Napperby Co Victoria. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

WARD, James farmer Napperby 1894[-1898] Memorial 111/423

No 2

WARD, James farmer Section 3305 Hundred of Kondoparinga Co Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 334/164

No 3

WARD, James labourer North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 172/211

No 4

WARD, James wheelwright Chain of Ponds 1883[-1877] Memorial 2/349, Application 21170

No 5

WARD, James farmer Cunliffe. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1916 Grant Book 14 Page 402 County Daly

No 1

WARD, James Edward farmer Norwood 1912 Memorial 234/466

WARD, James Edward formerly of Norwood but now labourer Forest St, South Perth WA 1914 Memorial 44/471

WARD, James Joseph and Thomas Vincent Ward farmers Hammond Co Frome. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

WARD, James Patrick labourer Redruth 1935 Application 27966

WARD, Jane widow Nairne 1867 Memorial 221/219

No 1

WARD, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1848 Memorial 57/13

WARD, John formerly of Pt Adelaide 1847 but now fisherman Alberton 1851 Application 7379.

WARD, John fisherman Alberton 1851 Memorial 259/28

WARD, John labourer Alberton 1852[-1860] Memorial 377/45

WARD, John dealer Pt Adelaide 1864 Application 5793.

WARD, John dealer Pt Adelaide 1869 Application 9990

No 2

WARD, John and Thomas farmers Gawler River 1853[-1858] Memorial 270/50

WARD, John and Thomas farmers Hundred of Munno Para 1857 Memorial 65/120

No 3

WARD, John farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 128/50

WARD, John farmer Noarlunga 1856[-1859] Memorial 378/96

No 4

WARD, John labourer Pine Forest on the Great North Road 1854 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 460/61

WARD, John farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 102/113

WARD, John farmer Blenheim Farm Upper Wakefield 1863 Application 3933

WARD, John of Auburn 1865 Application 5909

WARD, John farmer near Watervale 1868 Application 9354

WARD, John farmer Leasingham 1875[-1882] Memorial 53/281

WARD, John the Elder and Younger farmers Leasingham 1883 Memorials 152 & 153/349

WARD, John [probably the Younger] farmer Tickera 1883[-1885] Memorial 110/353

WARD, John farmer Upper Wakefield Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1888 Grant Book 14 Page 246 County Daly

WARD, John the Elder farmer Auburn linked with John Ward the Younger farmer Hundred of Tickera 1892 Memorial 76/412

WARD, John the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield near Auburn, died 3/11/1901. Husband of Jemima Ward. Father of John Ward the Younger farmer Antwerp Vic, William Ward, Arthur Ward, James Ward and Albert Ward. Estate worth £9,260 Memorial 47/446

WARD, John the Elder farmer Upper Wakefield near Auburn, died 3/11/1901. His widow, Jemima Ward, died 31/5/1902. Parents of John Ward the Younger farmer formerly of Antwerp Vic but now of near Auburn 1902 Memorial 185/447

WARD, John farmer formerly of Antwerp Vic but now of near Auburn 1906 Memorial 237/454

WARD, John [formerly the Younger] farmer near Auburn 1906 Application 25132

No 5

WARD, John labourer Riverton 1868[-1870] Memorial 210/239

WARD, John the Elder labourer formerly of Riverton 1868 but now of Clare 1877 Application 16467

No 6

WARD, John the Younger labourer Gawler River Co Gawler. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

No 7

WARD, John labourer Greens Plains East. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 196 County Daly

WARD, John Draver woodman Alberton 1855 Memorial 333/94

WARD, John Jackson farmer Winninowie. Hundred of Winninowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 24 Page 819 County Frome

No 1

WARD, John Ralph Hansford master mariner Alberton 1877 Application 16277

WARD, John Ralph Hansford master mariner Yatala township 1884 Application 20252

WARD, John Ralph Hansford formerly master mariner but now gentleman Yatala township 1884 Application 20333.

WARD, John Thomas farmer near Lochiel. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 438 County Daly

WARD, John Tuckson farmer Winninowie 1885 Memorial 198/372

WARD, John William fisherman Alberton 1855 Memorial 232/80

No 1

WARD, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 20329

WARD, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1848[-1854] Memorial 241/117 Litte Para land purchase 1853 Memorial 27/55

WARD, Joseph carpenter Adelaide (Gray St), died 1/9/1868. He left his entire estate absolutely to his wife, Bridget Clemens/Clement Ward Memorial 73/242

No 2

WARD, Joseph carpenter Prospect 1849[-1856] Memorial 243/15

No 3

WARD, Joseph farmer Penrice linked with Matthew John Ward mason Kadina 1900 Memorial 17/440

WARD, Joseph out of business Penrice near Angaston 1912 Memorial 196/466

WARD, Joseph farmer Penrice 1902 Memorial 99/447

WARD, Joseph formerly farmer Penrice afterwards out of business Aldgate then gentleman Walkerville, died 2/12/1935. He had been born at Penrice on 15/6/1856. Value of the estate £853. His whole estate absolutely in equal shares to his two daughters, Minnie KING of Otokeho Taranaki, New Zealand and Eva Josephine RUSSELL of Hawera Ohangai Rd, New Zealand. Annie Priscilla FISCHER spinster Angaston 1939, declared that she had known Joseph Ward before he married, when she was his next-door neighbour. He married Wilhelmine Martha ROHRLACH and had the following children, all born at Penrice - Josephine Eva RUSSELL, Edith Minnie KING, Antonia Mary HUWILER, Walter Spencer Ward, Ellen Wilhelmina SUTTER, Edwin Howard Ward and Matthew John Ward. Two other children, John and Helen Ward, died in infancy. The Wards did not get on at all well. The family decided to emigrate to New Zealand, where their youngest child, Robert Douglas Ward, was born. However, as the parents still did not get on, Joseph Ward returned permanently to SA to live at Penrice before his son was born. He stayed there until 1921, when he sold the property to Adreas Philipp HENKE. Arthur Edgar GOLDNER of Meadows organised lodgings for him as he moved between Penrice, Aldgate, Meadows and Walkerville. His family never returned from New Zealand Application 28160

WARD, Joseph Henry farmer Baroota. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel and School Hundred of Baroota land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

No 1

WARD, Levi carpenter Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 127/76

WARD, Levi carpenter East Hampton [Littlehampton] 1856 Memorial 35/106

WARD, Levi carpenter Littlehampton 1857[-1864] Memorial 49/129

WARD, Levi carpenter Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

WARD, Levi carpenter Littlehampton 1882. Possibly linked with George Ward of Young St Parkside Application 19345

WARD, Margaret Catherine and Mary Ann spinsters Canowie Co Victoria. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

No 1

WARD, Matthew police constable Adelaide 1858 Memorial 199/132

WARD, Matthew out of business Adelaide 1865 Memorial 100/207

No 1

WARD, Matthew John mason Kadina 1899 Memorial 45/439

WARD, Matthew John Town Clerk Kadina 1919 Application 26738.

WARD, Matthew John commission agent Kadina, died 29/9/1922. Estate worth £2,000. Brother of Joseph Ward. Father of Elsie Mary EASTON (of Pt Pirie), Albert Ernest Ward draper Melbourne Vic and Amy Spencer O'MALLEY (wife of CH O'Malley engine driver Pt Lincoln). Grandfather of John Thorn Ward, Eileen Ward, Stella Mary Ward, Joan Ward EASTON and Charles Ernest O'MALLEY. Executors; Seth Hurtle Easton draper formerly of Thebarton but now of Pt Pirie and Arthur Salisbury WINDOW auctioneer Kadina. Bequest to Anne Lathlean LYNCH spinster Kadina Memorials 87&88/488

WARD, Maurice Hay of Hindley St, Adelaide, Secretary to the SA Brewing Co Ltd, Hindley St, Adelaide 1921 Application 27015

WARD, Milton John farmer Kadina, died 7/12/1938 Grant Book 15 Page 87 County Daly

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WARD, Patrick farmer O'Halloran Hill 1847[- 1852] Memorial 390/10

WARD, Patrick farmer Willunga 1850[-1860] Memorial 323/22

WARD, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1857 Memorial 110/121

WARD, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1857 Application 9442

WARD, Patrick miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 301/169

WARD, Patrick labourer Kapunda 1864. He could not write Application 5043

WARD, Patrick the Elder no description, died 5/8/1873 intestate. By 1881, his family was situated thus: his widow, Mary Ward of Canowie, his eldest son and heir at law, Patrick Ward the Younger farmer Canowie; other sons Timothy Ward, Thomas Richard Ward and Michael Joseph Ward farmers Canowie; daughters included Margaret Ward, and Mary Ann Ward spinsters Canowie Memorial 207/334

WARD, Patrick farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Terowie. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Kimberley

No 1

WARD, Richard policeman Adelaide. He bought pt Section 1571 Dry Creek. This appears to be a township. 1842 Memorial 305/2

WARD, Richard police constable North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 333/16

No 2

WARD, Richard carpenter Macclesfield 1856[-1874] Memorial 93/106

WARD, R undertaker Macclesfield 1879 Application 17253.

WARD, Richard carpenter Macclesfield 1886 Application 21038.

No 3

WARD, Richard labourer Clare 1857 Memorial 32/129

WARD, Richard farmer near Clare 1866 Application 7493.

No 4

WARD, Richard farmer and storekeeper Kooringa 1880 Memorial 51/323

WARD, Richard farmer Kooringa 1881 Memorial 31/331

WARD, Richard storekeeper Kooringa 1885 Application 20466.

No 1

WARD, Richard Porter mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 108/53

WARD, Richard Porter master mariner Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16788.

WARD, Richard Porter master mariner Exeter 1887 Application 21292

WARD, Robert farmer Nairne 1856[-1862] Memorial 332/101

WARD, Samuel Ward engraver Plympton and Ellen Ward his wife 1888 Application 21386

WARD, Sarah widow Gladstone 1890 Memorial 98/405

WARD, Sarah Elizabeth spinster Glenelg 1882[-1885] Memorial 208/341

No 1

WARD, Thomas formerly labourer Adelaide 1839 but now brickmaker Hindmarsh 1840 Application 6704.

No 2

WARD, Thomas of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 287/43

WARD, Thomas [formerly of Adelaide but now] fencer O’Halloran Hill 1842[-1845] Memorial 288/43

WARD, Thomas formerly fencer Lizard Lodge O'Halloran Hill 1842 but now farmer O'Halloran Hill 1869 Application 10311.

WARD, Thomas farmer O’Halloran Hill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1876[-1879] Grant Book 29 Page 164 County MacDonnell

No 3 - probably the Elder

WARD, Thomas labourer Nairne 1850 Memorial 213/19

WARD, Thomas tinsmith Byethorne near Nairne 1853 Memorial 246/53

WARD, Thomas formerly labourer 1850 but now tinsmith Nairne 1869 Application 10207.

No 4 - the Younger

WARD, Thomas the Younger labourer Nairne 1851[-1857] Memorial 392/38

WARD, Thomas the Younger farmer Nairne 1862 Memorial 261/181

No 5

WARD, Thomas yeoman Kensington 1852 Memorial 461/42.

No 6 - possibly a continuation of No 5

WARD, Thomas bootmaker Kensington 1877[-1879] Memorial 198/303

WARD, Thomas bootmaker formerly of Kensington but now of Southwark 1899 Application 23895.

No 7

WARD, Thomas blacksmith Gawler 1855 Memorial 374/89

WARD, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Gawler but now of Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 20/144

WARD, Thomas blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 62/132

WARD, Thomas blacksmith formerly of Gawler 1855 but now of Kadina 1864 Application 5187.

No 8

WARD, Thomas farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 190/110

No 9

WARD, Thomas farmer Wakefield River 1857 Memorial 333/114

WARD, Thomas farmer The Wakefield River near Rhynie 1863. He could not write Application 4383.

WARD, Thomas farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1874[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 249 County Victoria

No 10

WARD, Thomas Esquire Spring Valley near Riverton 1859 Memorial 129/149

WARD, Thomas JP of near Riverton 1861 Memorial 323/174

WARD, Thomas Esquire JP Vinelands Norwood 1864[-1866] Memorials 267 & 342/198

No 11

WARD, Thomas farmer Wandearah 1878 Memorial 214/310

WARD, Thomas farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

No 12

WARD, Thomas farmer Telowie 1882[-1899] Memorial 168/338

WARD, Thomas teamster Telowie 1891 Memorial 136/408

No 13

WARD, Thomas of Gladstone 1888 Memorial 209/392

WARD, Thomas farmer Gladstone Co Victoria. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1894 Grant Book 24 Page 775 County Frome

No 14

WARD, Thomas yeoman Wilyaroo near Strathalbyn 1930, declared that he had lived in the vicinity for over 60 years Application 27818.

No 1

WARD, Thomas Harper farmer Angas Park near Tanunda 1851 Memorial 392/28

WARD, Thomas Harper formerly of Angas Park near Tanunda but now of Bremerton. [TH Ward laid out Bremerton on 50 acres of Section 3556 no Hundred mentioned Co Sturt at Langhorne Bridge beside the main road to Wellington on the Murray] 1854 Memorial 62/68, Application 19968

WARD, Thomas Harper farmer Bremerton 1854[-1858] Memorial 109/76

WARD, Thomas Harper surgeon Bremerton and Anna Maria Ward his wife 1859 Memorial 133/205

WARD, Thomas Harper farmer [formerly of Bremerton but now of] Angas Park 1859 Memorial 34/148 FIND – check details

WARD, Thomas Harper surgeon Bremerton, about to leave the province for Victoria, power of attorney to his wife, Anna Maria Ward, to sell any of his allotments in Bremerton (Section 3556 near Langhorne Bridge) for her benefit during his absence 24/2/1859. She also had the right to sell or lease any other of the rest of the same Section Deposit 198/1865

WARD, Thomas Harper gentleman formerly of Bremerton but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1865 Memorial 145/206

WARD, Thomas Harper surgeon Bremerton, died 6/5/1869 intestate at Geelong Vic. Letters of administration to his widow, Anna Maria Ward Memorial 195/355

WARD, Thomas Harper surgeon Bremerton, died 6/5/1869 Geelong Vic intestate. Husband of Anna Maria Ward, who died 6/12/1884. Father of Rose PERRY widow Langhorne Creek. William Gibbon Ward yeoman Langhorne Creek was a son 1875-1900 Memorials 19 & 63/442, 245/282

No 1

WARD, William farmer Hope Valley 1853 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 155/113

WARD, William farmer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Macaw Creek 1857 Memorial 17/116

WARD, William farmer Macaw Creek near Riverton 1863 Memorial 112/524

WARD, William the Elder farmer Watervale, died 15/12/1934. Father of Maurice Dunlop Ward, William Ward the Younger, James Ward and John Ward. Father-in-law of William SMITH gardener Watervale. Estate worth £4,039 Memorial 128/509

No 2

WARD, William farmer Reedbeds 1853 Memorial 54/58

WARD, William farmer formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 338/81

WARD, William farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 9/152

No 3

WARD, William gardener Kilkenny 1860 Application 1370

No 4

WARD, WIlliam draper Adelaide 1863 Memorial 207/189

WARD, William draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1866 Application 7443

No 5

WARD, William painter Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 55 County Daly

WARD, William painter Kadina Co Daly. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 74 County Not named

No 6

WARD, William farmer Murraninnie near Pt Augusta 1879 Memorial 16/319

No 7

WARD, William farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

No 8

WARD, William farmer Hundred of Coglin 1882 Memorial 11/346

No 9

WARD, William farmer New Hamburg near Strathalbyn 1887

Application 21142.

No 10

WARD, William son of the late Daniel Ward limeburner Penrice, died 9/8/1892, of 10 months' phthisis pulmonum, aged 45. Matthew John Ward mason Kadina and Joseph Ward farmer Penrice likely to be relatives Application 23018.

No 11

WARD, William clerk Alberton 1877 Application 15775.

WARD, William agent Alberton 1891 Memorial 138/408

No 1

WARD, William Gibbons farmer Bremerton 1883 Application 19968

WARD, William Gibbon yeoman Langhorne Creek 1901 Memorial 63/442

WARD, William Grant clerk Adelaide 1858 Memorial 70/138

No 1

WARD, William Henry farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1879[-1881] Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

WARD, William Henry licensed victualler Woolshed Inn, Bordertown 1887[-1890] Memorial 106/387

WARD, William James Thomas gentleman Adelaide linked with Sarah Mary Ward spinster Adelaide 1863. These people were brother and sister. Sarah Mary Ward subsequently married Richard BARNES who died 8/3/1869 Memorials 24/191, 54/243

No 1

WARD, William Louis farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 92/87

WARD, William Louis usually called William Ward formerly farmer Peachey Belt but now draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864[-1866] Memorial 239/194

WARD, William Louis farmer Peachey Belt 1877 Memorial 98/303

WARD, William Lewis farmer Gilbert Rd, Walkerville 1877 Application 15916.

No 1

WARD, William Percy marine engineer Stanley Flat 1913 Memorial 136/468

WARD, William Percy retired marine engineer formerly of Stanley Flat but now of 7 Holbrooks Road, Underdale 1957 Memorial 98/531

WARD, William Shiels prospector Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 306 County Not named

WARD, Zacharia butcher McLaren Vale 1877 Application 16147

WARD, Zetus formerly clerk Rosewater but now company manager Royston Park 1925 Memorial 75/498

WARDEN, George farmer Penfield 1870 Memorial 63/244

No 1

WARDEN, John cordwainer North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 351/57

WARDEN, John cordwainer Adelaide 1853 Albert Oddfellow's Lodge Adelaide trustee Memorial 475/61

WARDEN, Thomas retired farmer Unley 1923 Memorial 179/488

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WARDLAW, Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 391/26

WARDLAW, Alexander Grindley gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 159/64

WARDLAW, Alexander Grindley gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1854 now of Walkerville 1863. Likely to be a relative of Robert Wardlaw Esquire Glasgow, Scotland 1841 Application 4387

WARDLE, Geoffrey Norman medical student Adelaide, about to leave the state, power of attorney to Charles Eric MANN mercantile manager Victoria Square, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, especially in connection with the estate of his late father, Wilfred James WARDLE merchant Adelaide, who died 2/11/1917. Attorney issued 17/11/1920 Deposit 22/1924

No 1

WARDLE, George labourer Appila Co Frome. Hundred of Yalpara land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 346 County Dalhousie

WARDLE, George farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hynam. Hundred of Hynam land grant 1896 Grant Book 29 Page 169 County MacDonnell

WARDLE, Henry Pierce farmer Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 15 County Blachford

No 1

WARDLE, Jacob Giles out of business Aberdeen near Kooringa 1934 Memorial 42/508

WARDLE, Jacob Giles, died 8/1/1953. Uncle of Herbert Gerald Wardle farmer Burra. Linked with this family; Alwin Trigg PEARCE horticulturalist Renmark West GRO Search 664

No 1

WARDLE, Michael carpenter Encounter Bay 1843 Memorial 17/3

WARDLE, Michael carpenter Hindmarsh Valley 1856 Memorial 126/100

WARDLE, Michael farmer Encounter Bay 1848 Memorial 170/54

WARDLE, Michael builder Encounter Bay 1854 Memorial 333/70

WARDLE, Michael farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1853 Memorial 116/60

WARDLE, Michael and Ralph farmers Hindmarsh Valley 1861 Memorial 6/178

No 2

WARDLE, Michael mechanic Louisville near Pt Elliot 1874 Memorial 201/275

WARDLE, Michael John farmer Hawker Co Blachford. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1896 Grant Book 33 Page 8 County Hanson

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

WARDLE, Ralph farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1858[-1862] Memorial 341/135

WARDLE, Ralph farmer Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1892 Grant Book 5 Page 32 County Blachford

No 1

WARDLE, Thomas gentleman Goodwood Park 1856[-1859] Memorial 34/109

WARDLE, Thomas formerly gentleman Goodwood Park but now mercantile clerk Unley 1862 Application 3608.

WARDLE, Thomas merchant's clerk Unley 1864 Application 5067

WARDLE, Thomas clerk Unley 1862 Memorial 342/186

No 2

WARDLE, Thomas formerly merchant Pt Adelaide but now out of business Unley 1868 Memorial 36/230

WARDLE, W blacksmith Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 343/193

WARDROP, Archibald B accountant Adelaide 1879[-1884] Memorial 152/320

WARE, Abraham butcher and John Ware retired farmer both Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 182/469

No 1

WARE, Albert P farmer Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 97/371

WARE, Albert Probius grocer Cowell. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 84 County Jervois

WARE, Alfred farmer Coonatto 1887 Memorial 204/383

WARE, Benjamin miner Callington on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 249/128

No 1

WARE, Charles carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 19478

WARE, Charles gardener Adelaide 1840 Application 7165

WARE, Charles gardener formerly of Adelaide 1840 now of Nailsworth 1848 Application 7165

WARE, Charles market gardener Nailsworth 1848[-1851] Memorials 344/12 & 305/29

WARE, Charles gardener Adelaide 1851 Memorial 483/29

WARE, Charles nurseryman North Road. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 68 County Adelaide

WARE, Charles nurseryman College Nursery Hackney Rd, Hackney 1856[-1859] Memorial 328/112

WARE, Charles of the College Nursery Hackney Road 1860 Application 1085.

WARE, Charles Boxer brewer Henley Beach Road, Thebarton 1902 Memorial 238/444

No 1

WARE, Charles James of Kooringa 1856 Burra Burra General Land and Building Co trustee Memorial 440/98

WARE, Charles James brewer Kooringa 1864 Memorial 133/199

No 1

WARE, Charles Michael miller Section 1696 Co Light 1850 Memorial 4441/20

Gardener Kensington 1853[-1854] Memorial 491/55

Farmer North Road 1853 Memorial 55/73

Nurseryman Clifton near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 7/73

WARE, Charles Michael licensed victualler formerly of North Adelaide but now of Cox Creek 1861 Memorial 15/179

WARE, Charles Michael no description now an insolvent debtor 1863 Memorial 77/191

No 1

WARE, George Lane shopman Adelaide 1878 Memorial 224/306

WARE, George Lane storekeeper Franklin Harbour. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

WARE, George Lane storekeeper Cowell 1886[-1891] Memorial 206/377

WARE, George Lane storekeeper Cowell and Rosina Marie Ware his wife 1888[-1897] Memorial 14/395

No 1

WARE, James wheelwright Nairne 1849 Memorial 474/18

No 2

WARE, James carrier Nailsworth 1854 Memorial 407/65

WARE, James farmer North Road 1854 Memorial 130/68

WARE, James farmer Prospect 1854 Memorial 466/69

WARE, Sarah Lavinia widow St John's Wood relict of the late James Ware formerly farmer St John's Wood now deceased 1855 Memorial 56/88

WARE, Sarah Lavinia widow St John Wood 1856 Memorial 27/193

WARE, Sarah Lavinia widow Nailsworth 1865[-1869] Memorial 211/207

WARE, Joel carpenter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 205/106

No 1

WARE, John cooper Adelaide married Mary POLKINGHORNE Adelaide, 29/11/1845 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses Charles and Elizabeth TURNER. Their son Alfred Ware born 25/8/1850 Morphett Vale, where John Ware was now a carpenter. Thomas HADDSACK cabinetmaker Morphett Vale the informant. John Ware died 5/1/1852 Forest Creek Vic intestate, leaving his son Alfred Ware his heir at law. Mary Ware had remarried to William CORNELL farmer Roseworthy by 1874. Alfred Ware was a labourer at Walkerville by that time Application 13802

No 2

WARE, John machine maker Nairne 1855 Memorial 484/89

WARE, John blacksmith Nairne 1857 Memorial 184/127

WARE, John blacksmith Littlehampton 1862 Memorial 85/186

No 3

WARE, John farmer Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 344/83

WARE, John farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Inman Valley 1870 Memorial 121/245

WARE, John farmer Inman Valley 1892 Memorial 81/413

WARE, John farmer Inman Valley, died 19/6/1897. All his household effects to his wife, Sarah Ware. The rest of the estate to be sold as soon as possible after his death. Half the proceeds to his wife, Sarah Ware. The other half to be divided equally amongst his sisters, Eliza GOODMAN of Castlemaine Vic, Mary MILLARD widow Inman Valley and his brother, Thomas Ware miner Dunolly Diggings Vic (if he can be found within 12 months of John Ware's death). Executors: Sarah Ware and Joseph Millard labourer Inman Valley. George and John Millard farmers Inman Valley also mentioned in connection with leases of the Wares' land at Inman Valley Application 23394

No 4

WARE, John carpenter Onkaparinga 1874 Memorial 32/277

No 5

WARE, John stockholder Mt Crawford 1892 Application 22394

No 1

WARE, John William farmer Stokes 1909 Memorial 33/462

WARE, John William farmer formerly of Stokes but now of Pt Lincoln 1912 Memorial 94/467

WARE, John retired farmer Pt Lincoln father of Abraham Ware butcher Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 182/469

WARE, John William butcher Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26249

WARE, Robert yeoman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 441/7

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WARE, Robert Frederick and William Rivers nurserymen North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 150/41

WARE, Robert Frederick farmer Erith 1878[-1885] Memorial 53/305

WARE, Robert Frederick fruiterer Pt Gawler 1869 Application 10396

WARE, Una A teacher Erith 1889 Memorial 157/397

No 1

WARE, William fruiterer Adelaide (Pt TA 50 Hindley St) 1858[-1864] Memorial 69/135

WARE, William fruiterer Adelaide 1859 Application 463
No 1

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 134 County Dalhousie

WARE, William Lawes agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 137 County Dalhousie

WARE, William Lawes mining agent Adelaide 1883[-1889] Memorial 168/347

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide, liquidator of MALCOLM's Ostrich Farming Co Ltd [apparently conducted on Sections 8 & 115 Hundred of Munno Para] 1886 Memorial 198/379

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide 1887 Memorial 92/385

WARE, WL manager of the Barossa No 1 Deep Lead Gold Mining Co Ltd of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 244/396

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide 1889 One liquidator of the Commercial Bank of SA Application 21531

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Waukaringa township (Out of Hundreds) allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

WARE, William Lawes accountant Adelaide, landlord for Ware Chambers situated on pt Town Acre 170 in King William St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 20/403

WARE, WL secretary to the SA Ostrich Company 1890 Memorial 59/404

WARE, William Lawes Commercial Bank of SA official liquidator Adelaide 1891 Application 22172

WARE, WL of Ware Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, secretary to the Oodla Wirra Flux and Mining Co Ltd held the mortgate on the Traveller's Rest Well and Reserve adjoining Section 78 Hundred of Coglin 1899 Memorial 87/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WAREING, John labourer Bay Road near Adelaide 1871 Application 11705

WAREING, John farmer Plympton, died 24/2/1910, of malignant diseased stomach, pancreas and liver, aged 59. Born in Adelaide. Unmarried Memorial 114/494

No 2

WAREING, John farmer Plympton 1926 Application 27446

No 1

WAREING, William blacksmith Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 130/35

WAREING, William farmer Bay Road 1854 Memorial 103/63

WAREING, William blacksmith Bay Road, died c1854. He left the whole of his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Wareing, for life or until her remarriage, then to his children equally absolutley Memorial 328/116

No 2

WAREING, William farmer near Kapunda and Dinah Wareing his wife 1864 Memorial 233/198

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WAREING, William Henry farmer near Belvidere 1864[-1865] Memorial 7/198

WAREING, William Henry the Younger labourer Queenstown 1913 Application 26229

WARFE, Richard platelayer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Orroroo (Hundred of Walloway) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 136 County Dalhousie

WARHURST, Arthur Ronald Town Clerk Clare 1953, declared he had held the position since 1950 Application 28938

No 1

WARHURST, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1847[-1849] Memorial 47/10

WARHURST, John carpenter Adelaide Plains 1849 Memorial 461/14

WARHURST, John farmer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 308/40

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WARHURST, John carpenter Bowden 1853 Memorial 4/47

WARHURST, John carpenter Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1854] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 36/62

WARHURST, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1853[-1863] Memorial 353/48

WARHURST, John publican Tam O'Shanter Belt 1858 Memorial 208/148

No 3

WARHURST, John shoemaker Auburn 1857 Memorial 95/113

WARHURST, John shoemaker Auburn. His wife, Henrietta Warhurst, died c1859 Memorial 23/151

WARK, Alexander plasterer Norwood 1890 Memorial 89/401

No 1

WARK, Burchardt and Johann Heinrich Wark farmers Hope Valley. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 63 County Adelaide

WARK, Burchardt and Johann Heinrich farmers Hope Valley 1851. Enrolment 13/26

WARK, Burchardt (sometimes erroneously called Bernard Wark) and Johann Heinrich Wark farmers Hope Valley) 1855 Memorial 24/88

WARK, Burchardt farmer Hope Valley 1857[-1858] Memorial 207/128

WARK, Burchardt farmer formerly of Hope Valley 1858 but now of Pt Gawler 1861 Application 2731

WARK, Burchard farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1861 Grant Book 27 Page 339 County Gawler

WARK, Charles farmer Reeves Plains 1877 Memorial 239/296

No 1

WARK, Charles Bernard clerk Kent Town 1889 Application 21633

WARK, Charles B clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 3/406

WARK, Charles B clerk to Messrs COTTON & OPIE land agents Adelaide 1891[-1898] Memorial 52/410

WARK, Charles B clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 208/454

WARK, Charles Bernard clerk to Messrs COTTON & OPIE land agents Adelaide (Pirie St) 1907[-1909] Memorial 32/458

WARK, Charles Bernard land broker's clerk to Messrs George Samuel COTTON and Edward Andrew Devonshire OPIE land agents Adelaide 1915 Memorial 143/472

WARK, Charles B land agent Adelaide 1922 Memorial 193/485

WARK, Charles Bernard land agent Adelaide 1923[-1924] Memorial 111/488

WARK, Charles Bernard land agent Adelaide 1924. He was a trustee for the will of Alfred SWAINE Application 27260

WARK, Charles Bernard licensed land broker Adelaide (Pirie St)  1928 Application 27703

WARK, David doctor Encounter Bay 1845 Memorial 93/5

WARK, David Esquire formerly of Encounter Bay, but now of Magill 1851 Memorial 444/31

WARK, David MD Auldton House near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 1/69

WARK, David doctor of medicine Alton (otherwise Auldton House) near Magill 1856 Memorial 170/108

WARK, David surgeon Aulton near Magill 1855 Memorial 242/111

WARK, David doctor of medicine Alton, died c 1861 Memorial 231/181

WARK, David doctor of medicine Magill 1861 Application 2315

WARK, David doctor Alton, died c1861. He was in SA by 1850. Personal estate to his wife, Catherine Wark. She was also to get the income of invested proceeds from the sale of his real estate for life, then to his children in equal shares, except for his eldest son, Robert Hunter Wark, who was to inherit only £250. Bartley, Bakewell & Stow replaced RH Wark as the executor and trustee of the original will Application 2114

WARK, Francis of Meningie. Trustee Cemetery Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1878 Grant Book 54 Page 32 County Russell

No 1

WARK, Heinrich Carl farmer Hundred of Pt Gawler. Hundred of Grace land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 25 County Gawler

WARK, HC farmer Reeves Plains 1879 Memorial 156/317

WARK, Henry Charles of Reeves Plains 1882 Memorial 51/338

WARK, James farmer Gilbert River 1854 Memorial 442/71

No 1

WARK, Johann Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1855 Memorial 80/90

WARK, Johann Heinrich farmer Happy Valley became a bankrupt in 1859 Memorial 56/153

No 1 - probably the same person

WARK, John farmer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 218/124

WARK, John and David farmers Navan 1869 Application 9801

WARK, Mary widow near Riverton 1887 Application 21138

No 2

WARK, John joiner Frewville 1860 Application 1388

WARK, John builder Eastwood 1881 Application 18768

WARK, John builder Eastwood, power of attorney to George Johnson WARK builder Eastwood, to manage his SA business affairs 15/2/1882 Deposit 37/1882

WARK, John builder Eastwood 1887 Memorial 92/382

WARK, Thomas Hunter stockholder Wellington on the Murray 1860[-1861] Memorial 121/175

WARLAND, Albert farmer Balhannah 1874 Memorial 147/271

No 1

WARLAND, Albert Howard District Council Clerk Victor Harbor 1918 Application 26562.

WARLAND, Albert Howard town and district clerk Victor Harbor 1926 Memorial 161/495

No 1

WARLAND, Christopher farmer near Mannum. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 35 County Sturt

WARLAND, Christopher farmer Balhannah Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

WARLAND, Christopher farmer Mannum. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

WARLAND, Edward farmer Gawler River 1867 Memorial 129/221

WARLAND, Eliza widow Balhannah, died 29/9/1880 intestate. Letters of administration to her son, Robert Frederick Warland, farmer Balhannah Memorial 61/328

No 1 - the Elder

WARLAND, George and James farmers Adelaide 1849 Memorial 90/18

WARLAND, George stockholder Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 151/21

WARLAND, George farmer near Hahndorf, died 16/6/1861, of phthisis, aged 46. Henry Warland farmer Burnside inherited his real estate 1883 Application 19590

WARLAND, George the Elder farmer near Mt Barker, died c1861. His wife, Mary Warland, had a life interest in the real estate. She died 25/2/1895 Mt Barker Junction, of morbus cordis, aged 70. The property then fell absolutely in remainder expectant to the family - George Warland the Younger farmer Mt Barker Junction, James Warland farmer Mt Barker Junction, Henry Warland blacksmith Kensington, Ellen LAMPARD wife of Robert Lampard farmer Drouin Vic and Fanny JONES wife of John Jones builder Parkside 1896 Application 23088

WARLAND, George the Elder near Mt Barker, died c1861. He left all his real estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Mary Warland, during her lifetime, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant as dictated in his will. Mrs Warland died in 1895. Children - George the Younger, James and Henry Warland, Ellen LAMPARD and Fanny JONES. Executors and trustees: John ROWLANDS cooper Kensington and Henry Warland farmer Burnside Memorial 211/175

WARLAND, Mary widow Parkside relict of the late George Warland formerly farmer near Mt Barker but now deceased 1886 Memorial 146/376

No 2 - the Younger

WARLAND, George sheep farmer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 174/183

WARLAND, George farmer Para Plains 1866 Memorial 245/211

WARLAND, George station manager Calisola Station 1879 Memorial 25/314

WARLAND, George sheep farmer Kallioota west of Mt Eyre 1880[-1884] Memorial 13/328

WARLAND, George station manager Echunga, died 27/7/1901, of fever and ague, aged 72 Application 24571

No 3

WARLAND, George farmer near Nairne 1914 , declared that he had been born on 13/8/1848 at Mt Barker Junction. Their neighbours were the Allan McFarlane family and later the William Woolley family both of Glensloy Application 26376

No 1

WARLAND, Henry of Mt Lofty 1854 Memorial 187/67

WARLAND, Henry farmer Burnside near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 304/97

WARLAND, Henry publican Burnside 1868 Application 9516

WARLAND, Henry formerly farmer 1856 but now innkeeper Burnside 1877 Application 16355

No 1

WARLAND, Henry gentleman Strathalbyn 1868 Memorial 87/230

WARLAND, Henry gentleman Strathalbyn. Alfred Warland mentioned but not described 1870. Linked with the estate of the late William Warland formerly innkeeper Wheatsheaf Inn near Echunga now deceased Memorials 43 & 44/249

WARLAND, Henry farmer German Flat near Gambiertown [Mt Gambier]. He had links with the Wheatsheaf Inn built on Section 3825 Hundred of Kuitpo 1873 Memorial 196/264

WARLAND, Henry gentleman Hanging Rock near Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 41/344

No 1 - probably the same person

WARLAND, James and George farmers Adelaide 1851 Memorial 296/36 Farmers The Tiers 1857 Memorial 226/116

WARLAND, James farmer Second Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

WARLAND, James farmer Second Creek 1852 Memorial 330/43

WARLAND, James farmer Greenhill Road near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 181/215

WARLAND, James licensed victualler Echunga linked with Edward Warland farmer Gawler River 1867 Memorial 136/224

WARLAND, James gentleman Echunga, purchased the Bridge Inn, Echunga, for £1,100 from the estate of John WYLIE formerly farmer Langhorne Creek now deceased 1876 Memorial 231/291

WARLAND, James licensed victualler Pt Victor 1882 Memorial 17/346

WARLAND, James farmer Woodlands near Echunga 1899. Father of Arthur Horace Hugo Warland and Harold Edward Lancelot Warland farmers Echunga Application 23893

No 2

WARLAND, James wheelwright Harben Vale 1877 Memorial 123/298

WARLAND, James wheelwright Harben Vale near Mt Barker 1882 Application 18973

No 1

WARLAND, Robert painter and glazier Adelaide 1839 Painter and glazier 72Thebarton 1844 Application 12573

WARLAND, Robert painter Norwood 1850 Memorial 458/25

WARLAND, Robert farmer Balhannah 1851[-1852] Memorial 237/36.

WARLAND, Robert farmer Green Close Parks, near Balhannah 1856[-1858]. Memorial 303/102

WARLAND, Robert formerly painter and glazier Kensington but now farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 380/42

WARLAND, Robert farmer Kensington made his will in 1851. He left real estate, including Section 404 Disrict of Onkaparinga, and allotments at Kensington and Norwood, to his wife, Eliza Warland, and children, Robert Frederick Warland, Henry Richard Warland, Edwin Warland, Charles Alfred Warland and Christopher Warland Memorial 246/227

WARLAND, Robert farmer Balhannah and his wife, Eliza Warland nee HORDER. They had the following children - Eliza Lavinia Warland born 29/6/1853, who married Richard William KELCEY 33 farmer Balhannah (Father: Richard Kelcey) on 29/12/1880 St James’ Blakiston. Minister: JW GOWER. Witnesses: R Frederick Warland farmer Balhannah, and Jane Kelcey of Balhannah; Amelia WARLAND born 24/9/1855 died 6/6/1860, of fever, aged 4 years 8 months. Also at least three older sons, Robert Frederick Warland , Charles Alfred Warland and Christopher Warland farmers Balhannah 1881. Their mother, Eliza Warland, died c1880 intestate Application 18747

No 1

WARLAND, William farmer Mt Barker (Section 3825 with an inn built on the site) 1847 Memorial 446/9

WARLAND, William licensed victualler Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 5/193

WARLAND, William farmer Warland Farm Onkaparinga River 1854 Memorial 371/62

WARLAND, William farmer Warland's Farm on the Onkaparinga in Co Hindmarsh, died c1867. Husband of Alicia Warland. One of their children called Henry Warland Memorial 139/222

WARLAND, William farmer Warland's Farm on the Onkaparinga, died 1867. Henry Warland licensed victualler Strathalbyn one of the executors of his will 1868 Memorial 88/235

WARLAND, William farmer Warlands Farm Sections 3825, 3826 Hundred of Kuitpo Onkaparinga, died c1867. Trustees his son Henry Warland, James JOHNSTON brewer Oakbank, and Henry FOOTE licensed victualler Adelaide. His real estate in trust to his wife, Alicia Warland, for life. She was also to get the personal estate absolutely. After her death, the real estate to be sold and all the children to get an equal share of the proceeds. Each son to inherit his share absolutely in remainder expectant. Each daughter’s share to be put in trust for her benefit for life; then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to her children [ie William Warland’s grandchildren]. If a girl did not have descendants, her share to be divided equally absolutetely in remainder expectant amongst her sisters. If none of the girls had descendants, the money to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst William Warland’s sons Enrolment 25/48

No 1

WARLAND, William Lloyd Herbert gentleman Echunga 1891 Memorial 106/409

WARLAND, William Lloyd Herbert of Echunga rented Section 3856 Hundred of Kuipto, in the Echunga Estate, from Marianne HAGEN 1891 Application 21987

WARMAN, Arthur Henry survey hand Harris St, Norwood Co Adelaide. Wolseley (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 7 Page 88 County Buckingham

WARMES, Thomas of Koomooloo, died. Executors: John Flower Warmes and Thomas William Warmes sheepfarmers Koomooloo 1900 Memorial 212/440

WARMING, Edwin storeman Adelaide 1868 Memorial 6/234

WARMINGTON, Douglas Ferguson salesman Wallaroo linked with Kenneth Allan Warmington agent Kadina 1934 Memorial 132/507

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WARMINGTON, Eneder the Elder mining agent Wallaroo Mines, died in 1864. He left his household effects to his wife, Charlotte Warmington, absolutely. His money and real estate to be put into a trust fund, from which the widow received £150 a year for life. Then the estate to go to his son, Eneder Warmington the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: Gavin David YOUNG mining proprietor Wallaroo Bay and William Warmington mining agent Moonta Memorial 21/197

WARMINGTON, Eneder gentleman Wallaroo 1873 Application 12760

WARMINGTON, Eneder gentleman Wallaroo 1880 Memorial 41/327

WARMINGTON, Eneder gentleman Wallaroo, died 23/3/1916. Husband of Isabella Warmington Memorial 128/507

WARMINGTON, Eneder gentleman Wallaroo, died c1916. Husband of Isabella Warmington. Brother-in-law of William George INNES commercial manager Pt Pirie. Linked with Kenneth Allan Warmington agent formerly of Kadina but now of North Unley and Kenneth Berry Warmington agent Kadina 1954 Memorial 88/529

WARMINGTON, Kenneth Allan agent formerly of Kadina but now of 10 Salisbury St, North Unley and WARMINGTON, Kenneth Berry agent Kadina 1954 , declared that they were trustees of the will of the late Eneder Warmington gentleman Pt Wallaroo, who died 23/3/1916 Application 29057

No 1

WARMINGTON, William mining captain Moonta 1863 Memorial 250/192

WARMINGTON, William mining agent Moonta 1866 Memorial 214/208

WARN, Horace and Leslie John Warn grocers Semaphore 1912 Memorial 163/467

No 1

WARN, Jacob gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 18978.

WARN, Jacob storekeeper Adelaide 1839 Application 26912.

WARN, Jacob farmer Adelaide and Martha Warn his wife 1843 Memorial 162/3

WARN, Jacob farmer Hindmarsh Dec 1843 Memorial 296/77

WARN, Jacob gentleman formerly of the Reedbeds but now of Harrington St, Hobart VDL 1846[-1852] Memorials 150/6 354/43

No 1 - probably the same person

WARN, John of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 190/23

WARN, John carpenter Kapunda 1858[-1877] Memorial 20/137

WARN, John carpenter Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

WARN, John gentleman formerly of Kapunda but now of the Semaphore 1892 Application 22423

No 2

WARN, John shoemaker Kooringa 1851 Memorial 342/32

No 1

WARN, John William and Thomas Metherall Warn storekeepers trading as Warn Bros Maitland Maitland township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 479 County Fergusson

WARN, John William storekeeper Maitland 1882[-1888] Memorial 212/346

WARN, John William and Thomas Metherall Warn storekeepers Moonta, Maitland and Arthurton trading under the style or firm of Warn Bros, became bankrupts after a creditors' meeting held on 18/7/1888 in the offices of Messrs Harry TURNER, THOMAS & Co, Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide Memorial 230/412

WARN, Joseph farmer Adelaide and Martha Warn his wife 1843 Application 20282

WARN, Richard malster Adelaide 1850[-1872] Memorial 259/25

WARN, Thomas Metherall draper Moonta 1889 Memorial 124/396

WARNAS, Christoph farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 392/31

WARNCKEN, Gerd Warncken farmer Reeve’s Plains and Johanna Warncken his wife 1888 Application 21462

No 1

WARNCKEN, Heinrich baker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 439/15

WARNCKEN, Heinrich butcher Windsor 1854[-1855] Memorial 107/74

WARNCKEN, Heinrich (sometimes called Henry Warncken) licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1855[-1856] Memorial 5/93

WARNCKEN, Heinrich butcher Modbury 1860[-1864] Memorial 187/169

WARNCKEN, Heinrich baker Hindmarsh 1863 Memorial 247/193

WARNCKEN, Heinrich licensed victualler Hindmarsh 1864 Memorial 24/194

WARNCKEN, Heinrich butcher Dry Creek 1868[-1871] Memorial 77/231

WARNCKEN, Heinrich baker Prospect 1877 Memorial 179/303

WARNCKEN, Heinrich licensed victualler Enfield 1883 Memorial 184/348

WARNCKEN, Heinrich out of business Ovingham 1883 Memorial 205/346

WARNCKEN, Heinrich licensed victualler Adelaide 1892 Memorial 248/415

WARNCKEN, Heinrich licensed victualler Adelaide (Currie St), died 26/1/1895. Husband of Frances Warncken. Executors: Frances Warncken, Frederick PARKER draper Norwood and Arthur Henry NASH draper Adelaide (Pulteney St) Memorial 25/424

WARNCKEN, Johann Anton butcher Adelaide (Freeman St) 1872 Memorial 141/277

WARNE, Henry yeoman Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 123/53

WARNE, John Taylor labourer near Mt Bryan. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1874 Grant Book 8 Page 174 County Burra

No 1

WARNE, Joseph Blanchard farmer Greenwith linked with Thomas ROBERTS farmer Greenwith 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 65 County Adelaide

WARNE, Joseph Blanchard farmer Little Para 1849 Memorial 357/14 Farmer Greenwith 1853 Memorial 326/48

WARNE, Joseph Blanchard farmer Golden Grove, died 1/12/ 1890. Father-in-law of John BARBARY. John Barbary died 18/7/1927 Memorial 11/409 & Application 28570

WARNE, Joseph Blanchard no description, died 1/12/1890. Father-in-law of John BARBARY no description, who died 18/7/1928. Grandfather of James Herschell Barbary of Brunswick WA, Lydia HOSKINS married woman Glen Iris WA, Jane REID married woman Glandore and Susan WICKSTEED married woman Bunbury WA Memorial 50/499

WARNE, Richard Edwin telegraph linesman Tenant Creek Northern Territory of SA 1913 Memorial 63/469

No 1

WARNECKE, Louis chemist Nuriootpa 1860[-1864] Memorial 139/167

WARNECKE, Ludwig Wilhelm (also known as Louis Warnecke) chemist Nuriootpa 1862 Application 3621

No 1

WARNER, Abraham stonemason Adelaide 1854 Memorial 19/63

WARNER, Abraham builder Adelaide (Carrington St) 1876 Memorial 229/289

WARNER, Albert fruiterer Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22284

WARNER, Alfred Henry farmer Dawson. Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 1

WARNER, Christopher labourer Queenstown 1876 Memorial 169/288

WARNER, Christopher labourer formerly of Queenstown but now of Rosewater 1901 Application 24189

WARNER, Edward and William labourers Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 19/270

WARNER, Ernest William butcher Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1914 Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

WARNER, Florence Lucy Elliston widow Pt Lincoln 1921 Memorial 139/483

WARNER, Frank gardener The Hermitage, near Houghton 1925 Application 27418

No 1

WARNER, George labourer Encounter Bay 1848[-1852] Memorial 136/11

WARNER, George farmer Encounter Bay 1854 Application 18000

No 1

WARNER, Henry Trunkett tailor Norwood 1850[-1853] Memorial 67/26

WARNER, Henry Trunkett tailor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 34/159

WARNER, Henry Trunkett gentleman 2 Lewes Grove, Lewisham, Kent, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business investments 21/9/1876 Deposit 33/1877 FIND return to England.

No 1

WARNER, Horace farmer McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

WARNER, Horace farmer The Pinery Milang son of Lucy Barnfield Warner widow McLaren Vale 1926 Memorial 166/494

WARNER, Horace farmer Milang linked with Wilfred Warner farmer McLaren Vale 1920[-1949] Memorial 95/515

WARNER, Horace farmer Milang 1936 Memorial 140/509

No 1

WARNER, John farmer Houghton 1855 Memorial 382/88

WARNER, John farmer The Hermitage 1876 Application 15354

WARNER, John farmer Houghton 1880 Application 18349

WARNER, John farmer The Hermitage near Houghton, died 1899. Husband of Ann Warner. Friends of Robert and Emily M WILLIAMS no description Memorial 179/440

WARNER, Ann widow The Hermitage near Houghton 1912. She could not write Application 26130

No 1 FIND – previous history

WARNER, John Henry Boyer gentleman Adelaide about to depart on a voyage to the South Seas and beyond 1878 Memorial 231/310

WARNER, John Henry Boyer gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province on a voyage to the South Seas and other places beyond the Australian colonies, power of attorney to Frederic James sanderson Esquire Adelaide, to manage his Australian business affairs 3/7/1878 Deposit 123/1881

No 1

WARNER, Joseph labourer Mt Remarkable 1855 Memorial 3/95

WARNER, Joseph labourer formerly of the Mt Remarkable District 1856 but now of Pichie Richie Pass 1875 Application 14126

No 2

WARNER, Joseph Primitive Methodist Minister Salisbury 1862 Memorial 227/185

WARNER, Joseph Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1862 Memorial 147/304

No 3

WARNER, Joseph farmer Willunga 1873 Memorial 199/266

WARNER, Joseph farmer Willunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 742 County Frome

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

WARNER, Joseph farmer McLaren Vale. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Willunga 1874 Application 13981

No 5

WARNER, Joseph labourer Bowden and Ellen Williams Warner his wife 1916 Application 26504

No 1

WARNER, Joseph James farmer Islington 1839 Farmer Adelaide 1841 Application 27205

WARNER, Joseph James gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 369/2

WARNER, Mary of Springfield Hundred of Barossa 1871 Memorial 98/266

No 1

WARNER, Thomas Inspector of Sheep and Cattle at the Adelaide Cattle Market formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide, declared 10/6/1864: He bought 8 allotments in Edwardstown in 1850. About 1851-1852, he went to the Victorian gold fields, leaving his property in the care of a Mr HODDING for about five years until he returned. Receipts for the purchase of the land left in an old box with Mr Hodding, but not there when he returned. Application 3960

No 2

WARNER, Thomas labourer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856[-1857] Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 73/105

WARNER, Thomas farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of the Hundred of Light 1859 Memorial 260/149

WARNER, Thomas the Elder farmer Big Plain near Freeling died c1888. Husband of Maria Warner. Children included - Maria WELLMANN wife of David Wellmann, Elizabeth Angel, Sarah Jane Warner and Thomas Warner the Younger Application 21532

No 3

WARNER, Thomas engineer Kapunda 1914 Application 26391

WARNER, Thomas engineer Kapunda  1917 Memorial 50/526

No 1

WARNER, William labourer Mt Gambier 1873 Memorial 19/270

WARNER, William labourer Mt Gambier and Maria Warner his wife 1880 Memorial 107/322

No 2

WARNER, William farmer Willunga 1886 Application 21013

No 1

WARNER, William James farmer Noarlunga 1903 Memorial 89/448

WARNER, William James farmer McLaren Vale, died 1923 Memorial 125/488

No 1

WARNES, Charles butcher Black Springs near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1871 Grant Book 8 Page 55 County Burra

WARNES, Charles farmer Beniah Creek Hundreds of Mannanarie and Yongala Co Dalhousie linked with Thomas Warnes sheep farmer The Royal near Kooringa. Sons of Isaac and Hannah Warnes 1875 Memorial 58/286

WARNES, Charles no description, died by 1879. Executors - Thomas Warnes sheep farmer Royal Mine near Kooringa, Jesse HUMPHRYS sheep and agricultural farmer Stony Gap and Henry NEED farmer Sod Hut Grant Book 13 Page 77 County Dalhousie

No 1

WARNES, Charles Back pastoralist Woolgangi Kooringa, died 1/6/ 1921 North Adelaide. Brother to George Warnes. Uncle to Reginald Warnes, Hugh Stewart Thomas Warnes and Robert Charles Warnes Memorial 93/484

WARNES, Charles Back pastoralist Woolgangi Kooringa, died not stated. Family - Reginald Warnes pastoralist Woolgangi, Kooringa; George Warnes pastoralist White River Station, Pt Lincoln; Hugh Stewart Thomas Warnes pastoralist Chalk Cliffs Station Kooringa; and Robert Charles Warnes pastoralist Adelaide (Angas St) 1923 Memorial 180/488

WARNES, Ernest edwin miller's assistant Orroroo. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1908 Grant Book 13 Page 74 County Dalhousie

No 1

WARNES, George pastoralist White River Station Pt Lincoln, linked with Hugh Stewart Thomas Warnes pastoralist Chalk Cliffs Station, Kooringa, Reginald Warnes pastoralist Woolgangi Station near Kooringa and Robert Charles Warnes pastoralist Adelaide (Angas St) 1922 Memorial 180/488

WARNES, George pastoralist Nolans Station, Kooringa linked with Hugh Stewart Thomas Warnes pastoralist Chalk Cliffs Station, Kooringa, Reginald Warnes pastoralist Woolgangi Station near Kooringa and Robert Charles Warnes pastoralist Parcoola Station near Kooringa 1937 Memorial 176/511

No 1

WARNES, Hugh Stewart Thomas and Robert Charles Warnes graziers Chalk Cliffs near Kooringa 1925[-1927] Memorial 61/493

WARNES, Hugh Stewart Thomas pastoralist formerly of Chalk Cliffs Station near Kooringa but now of Fashoda St, Unley linked with Robert Charles Warnes pastoralist Parcoola Station, near Burra 1948 Memorial 16/523

No 1

WARNES, Isaac James grazier Leighton and Mary Jane Warnes his wife. Mt Bryan East (Hundred of Kingston) township allotment land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 211 County Burra

WARNES, Isaac James pastoralist Wahroonga Kooringa. Mary J Warnes mentioned but not described 1917 Memorial 138/475

WARNES, Isaac James pastoralist Wahroonga 1919 Memorial 71/479

WARNES, Isaac James sheep farmer Leighton 1929, born 29/10/1871 Application 27753

No 1

WARNES, Thomas of the Princess Royal Kooringa 1873[-1880] Memorial 181/304

WARNES, Thomas of Kooringa 1884 Memorial 4/362

WARNES, Thomas sheepfarmer Koomooloo Hundred of Rees land grant 1896 Grant Book 9 Page 147 County Burra

WARNES, Winifred Brokis married woman Woolgangi Station near Burra 1947 Memorial 153/521

No 1

WARNEST, August Ernst farmer Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 270/83

WARNEST, August farmer near Nuriootpa 1874 Memorial 162/278

WARNEST, August Ernst farmer Siegersdorf 1862. Husband of Johanne Luise Warnest nee Schilling. Father of sons and daughters - Two eldest sons, Carl August Warnest and Ernst Gottlieb Warnest, named Memorial 145/186

WARNEST, Carl Arthur motor mechanic Angaston 1940 Application 28271

No 1

WARNEST, Christoph farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 354/27

WARNEST, Christoph farmer Siegersdorf 1853 Memorial 431/60

WARNEST, Christoph farmer Angas Park 1863, father of the late August Ernst Warnest and grandfather of a number of grandchildren, including the two eldest sons of AE Warnest, Carl August Warnest and Ernst Gottlieb Warnest. C Warnest could not write Application 4449

WARNEST, Christoph farmer Siegersdorf, died 19/5/ 1872. He left estate to his daughter, Ernestine Wilhelmine KOCH wife of Johann Friedrich Koch farmer Rowlands Flat, and his grandchildren, Carl August Warnest (inherited the bulk of the estate), Friedrich Wilhelm Warnest, Ernst Julius Warnest, Louise Emma Warnest and Johanne Caroline Warnest. The testator's son, August Ernst Warnest, had already died Memorials 108 & 109/263

WARNEST, Christoph farmer Siegersdorf had the following children - Friedrich Wilhelm Warnest 21 on 20/12/1879; Ernst Julius Warnest 21 on 18/11/1881; Louisa Emma Warnest 21 on 7/4/1878, married Heinrich HOFFMANN; Johanne Caroline Warnest 21 on 7/10/1883 Application 20412

WARNEST, Ernst farmer Angas Park 1858[-1860] Memorial 303/147

WARNOCK, Alex accountant Union Bank Narracoorte 1893[-1894] Memorial 169/419

No 1 - probably the same person

WARNOCK, David gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 426/68

WARNOCK, David licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 22/120

No 1

WARNOCK, John farmer Morton Farm Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 91/63

WARNOCK, John of Merton Farm Morphett Vale but presently of Paisley, Scotland 1854, son of the late Andrew Warnock manufacturer Paisley, who died in May 1853, and Annabella Warnock nee CLARK his wife Memorial 101/383

WARNOCK, John farmer formerly of Western Farm near Morphett Vale but now of Paisley, Scotland 1867 Memorial 242/219

WARNOCK, John formerly of Braehead Cottage, Hulford but then of Landownstone Cottage Coylton near Ayr, Scotland, died c1886. Father of Andrew Warnock joiner Brongham Place, Witch Road, Kilmarnock and William Boyd Warnock engineer Brongham Place, Witch Road, Kilmarnock Memorial 102/383

WARNOCK family with land near the Onkaparinga River at Pt Noarlunga 1908 - Andrew Warnock joiner Perth WA, William Boyd Warnock engineer University St, Glasgow, Scotland; Jessie Caldwell Donald wife of Rev'd William Donald of Beulah, Kilmarnock, Scotland; John Clark Warnock farmer Mt Barker WA; and Margaret Elizabeth JOHNSTON engineer Kilmarnock, Scotland Memorial 191/459

No 1

WARR, Joseph the Elder married Elizabeth nee ? on 20/1/1847 Wedmore, Somerset, England. The Warrs emigrated to SA. Joseph Warr the Elder died August 1852 at Bendigo intestate, leaving his eldest son, Joseph Warr the Younger butcher Millicent, as heir at law. Joseph Warr the Younger had been born 17/1/1851 Nairne. Elizabeth Warr later remarried to George DREW of Nairne Application 17698

WARR, Joseph, Mary Anne and Ellen the lawfully begotten children of the late Joseph Ware labourer Nairne deceased. He had been a member of the Loyal Flinders Oddfellows Lodge at Nairne 1855 Memorial 77/82

WARREN, A clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 240/64

No 1

WARREN, Alexander farmer Springfield Mt Crawford 1854 Memorial 50/76

WARREN, Alexander son of John Warren pastoralist Springfield Mt Crawford, died 6/11/1877 in England, from drowning Application 28199
No 1

WARREN, Alexander Blair of Springfield near Williamstown 1890 Memorial 145/406

WARREN, Alexander Blair station manager Springfield near Williamstown linked with Charles Herbert Warren merchant Adelaide 1897 Memorial 69/433

No 1 - probably the same person

WARREN, Alfred Augusta carter Queenstown 1875[-1876] Memorial 249/286

WARREN, Alfred carter Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16435

WARREN, Alfred carter Queenstown 1878 Application 16812

No 1

WARREN, Arnold Fraser farmer Kingswood 1928 Memorial 158/500

WARREN, Arnold Fraser farmer One Tree Hill 1928 Application 27716

WARREN, Arnold Fraser farmer formerly of Kingswood but now of Smithfield 1932 Memorial 45/505

WARREN, Arthur of King William St, Kent Town 1914 Memorial 128/471

No 1

WARREN, Arthur Courteney of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 326/181

WARREN, AC of Wakefield St, Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 154/199

WARREN, AC clerk to PD PRANKERD land agent Adelaide 1867 Memorial 192/222

No 1

WARREN, Charles of Moorowie Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 8 County Fergusson

No 2

WARREN, Charles commercial traveller Norwood 1885[-1887] Memorial 52/368

No 1

WARREN, Charles Herbert merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 139/411

WARREN, Charles Herbert merchant Adelaide linked with George William Warren stockholder Warrenda near Lyndoch 1912 Memorial 51/468

WARREN, Charles T bank manager ES & A Chartered Bank Petersburg 1892 Memorial 67/413

No 1

WARREN, Donald farmer McLaren Vale 1854 Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 249/79

WARREN, Donald farmer Angas Plains 1858[-1861] Langhorne Creek District School trustee Memorial 59/152

WARREN, Donald farmer Hundred of Bremer 1866 Application 7703

WARREN, Donald chairman of the District Council of Bremer 1874 Memorial 40/279

WARREN, Donald farmer Angas Plains 1885 Application 20431

WARREN, Donald Cochrane farmer Angas Plains 1947 Memorial 47/521

No 1

WARREN, Edgar Hampton farmer Arden Vale 1892[-1897] Memorial 132/415

WARREN, Edgar Hampton traveller Woodville 1913 Memorial 172/469

WARREN, Edgar Hampton formerly traveller Woodville but now orchardist Marden Road, Payneham 1915[-1920] Memorial 116/472

WARREN, Frank Kenneth gentleman Warrenda near Lyndoch 1897 Application 23290

No 1

WARREN, George of Adelaide 1841 Application 20894.

WARREN, George plaisterer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 492/6

No 2

WARREN, George surveyor Gawler 1850 Memorial 254/22

WARREN, George sheepfarmer Barossa Survey 1850 Memorial 225/36

WARREN, George surveyor Barossa Survey 1854 Memorial 57/76

WARREN, George surveyor formerly of the Hundred of Barossa but now of Gawler 1859 Memorial 239/163

No 3

WARREN, George gentleman Tarrawatta 1852[-1871] Memorial 269/42

WARREN, George gentleman Angaston 1853[-1854] Memorial 195/59

No 4

WARREN, George miller Two Wells 1869 Application 9795

No 5

WARREN, George farmer Woodside 1905 Application 25084

WARREN, George William stockholder Warrenda near Lyndoch 1939 Application 28199

No 1

WARREN, Henry gentleman Hindmarsh 1856[-1865] Memorial 5/97, Application 5915

WARREN, Henry miller Hindmarsh 1863[-1864] Memorial 78/191

WARREN, Henry and NORMAN, William millers Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5468.

WARREN, Henry miller Hindmarsh 1865 Application 6124.

WARREN, Henry miller Two Wells 1869 Application 9947

WARREN, Henry miller Two Wells Co Gawler. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1869 Grant Book 27 Page 398 County Gawler

WARREN, Henry farmer Two Wells Co Gawler. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 181 County Victoria

WARREN, Henry miller Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 387 County Victoria

No 2

WARREN, Henry licensed victualler Clare 1875 Memorial 119/284

No 1

WARREN, Henry Charles clerk Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

WARREN, Henry Charles gentleman Pt Pirie. North Western Jockey Club trustee 1895 Memorial 166/424

WARREN, Henry Charles agent Pt Pirie 1897 Memorial 39/432

WARREN, Henry Charles shipping agent Pt Pirie, died 4/2/1910. Linked with William James Warren shipping clerk Adelaide 1916 Memorial 56/474

WARREN, Henry George hairdresser and tobacconist Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 100/330

WARREN, James stationman Parkside 1892 Application 22365

WARREN, James grazier Milang 1909[-1927] Memorial 111/461

No 1 - the Elder

WARREN, John gentleman Springfield 1842 Memorial 225/1

WARREN, John farmer Springfield Mt Crawford 1844 Memorial 28/45

WARREN, John stockholder Springfield Barossa Survey 1847 Memorial 30/45

WARREN, John the Elder farmer Springfield Barossa 1857 Memorial 247/118 FIND – place Mt Barker

WARREN, John farmer Mt Barker 1844 Memorial 328/64

WARREN, John landholder Springbank 1851 Memorial 359/37

WARREN, John farmer Barossa Range 1853 Memorial 391/58

WARREN, John the Elder gentleman Springfield, Barossa, died c. His son George had already got 5 Sections of land and his daughter Jane had already received £200 as a dowry for her marriage with William BAKEWELL. Son Alexander and daughter Lydia to get 5 Sections of land; son John to get 5 Sections, including Springfield homestead. John Warren the Younger had to pay his nephew, John Warren BAKEWELL £100 when he turned 21, because he had inherited the homestead. All the rest of John Warren the Elder’s real estate to go into trust to provide £30 for life to his daughter Jess living in Scotland, with the rest of the income to his wife for life. If Jess should die before her mother, then Mrs John Warren the Elder to get the whole income for life. After her death, daughter Jess to get £30 a year from a trust fund of £400. The real estate to be auctioned and the rest of the sons and daughters to get their portion share and share alike absolutely in remainder expectant. A codicil mentioned that Alexander Warren had lived in England for many years, and had run up large debts to James and Ann Warren, John Warren the Elder’s brother and sister. Alexander Warren to get a trust fund of £400, with £30 a year income, for life, with the payment continuing to his widow for life, then the trust fund in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to any children of the marriage. If Alexander Warren became a bankrupt, he would forfeit any money from his father’s estate. The income from this money in trust would go straight to his wife, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant after her death. His sons, George, John Warren and son-in-law William Bakewell to be executors and trustees of the estate Enrolment 43/51No 2 - the Younger

WARREN, John the Younger Esquire Barossa 1859 Memorial 46/151

WARREN, John the Younger of Springfield Section 951 near Williamstown 1867 Memorial 29/227

WARREN, John the Younger no description assumed the unexpired lease of Strangways Springs Station near Strangways Springs by Lake Gregory 1871 Memorial 7/253

WARREN, John the Younger stockholder Springfield Mt Crawford 1872 Application 12183

WARREN, John stockholder formerly of near Springfield Mt Crawford but now of Strangways Springs Station Far North 1880 Memorials 126 & 133 & 155/328

No 3

WARREN, John labourer Happy Valley 1860 Memorial 39/163

WARREN, John farmer Happy Valley 1861 Memorial 297/179

No 4

WARREN, John mining manager Noumea New Caledonia had business interests in SA 1877 Memorial 77/327

WARREN, John J of Moonta 1897 Memorial 231/430

No 1

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper Redruth 1860 Memorial 99/168

WARREN, John Rogers and Pearce Rogers storekeepers Redruth 1861 Memorial 254/173

WARREN, John Rogers and Pearce Rogers storekeepers Nuccaleena 1862 Memorial 80/189

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper Pt Augusta Co Frome. Nuccaleena (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 122 County Not named

WARREN, John Rogers and Pearce Rogers merchants Pt Augusta for some time past carrying on business under the firm of Warren Brothers, about to dissolve partnership leaving Pearce Rogers Warren to carry on the said trade 1868 Memorial 201/228

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper Nuccaleena 1866 Memorial 202/217

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper Pt Augusta 1867 Memorial 170/219

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper formerly of Pt Augusta but now of Saddleworth 1868 Memorial 40/230

WARREN, John Rogers storekeeper Saddleworth, became a bankrupt in 1869 Memorial 22/239

WARREN , Lydia spinster Springfield near Williamstown, died 24/9/1899. Sister of George Warren surveyor Gawler, John Warren MLC stockowner Springfield and Jane BAKEWELL. Aunt of Louisa GURNER wife of John Robert Gurner, great-aunt of Marion Gurner, Dorothy Gurner, and Stephanie Gurner. Estate worth £4,000. Executor; John Warren Bakewell solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas Memorial 184/446

No 1

WARREN, Martin teamster Upper Wakefield 1853 Memorial 416/60

WARREN, Martin farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 101/77

WARREN, Martin farmer Auburn 1856[-1878] Memorial 255/105, Application 16686

WARREN, Montague Lewis accountant Pt Pirie linked with William Robert Warren farm manager Pt Pirie 1916 Memorial 132/474

WARREN, Oliver labourer Happy Valley 1875 Memorial 53/280

No 1

WARREN, Pearce Rogers storekeeper Pt Augusta Co Frome. Nuccaleena (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1865 Grant Book 66 Page 122 County Not named

WARREN, Pearce Rogers storekeeper Pt Augusta 1869[-1876] Memorial 60/244

WARREN, Robert farmer near Langhorne Creek 1857 Memorial 11/129

No 1

WARREN, Samuel brickmaker North Woodside 1863 Application 19286 He apparently lived in Woodside for some years before that date.

WARREN, Samuel stationman Woodside 1882 Memorial 12/344

No 1

WARREN, Sidney Hampton state school teacher Eudunda 1894 Memorial 179/423

WARREN, Sydney Hampton schoolteacher formerly of Eudunda but now of Pt Pirie 1903 Memorial 183/449

WARREN, SJ solicitor Snowtown 1915 Memorial 52/472

WARREN, Thomas butcher Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 204/108

WARREN, Thomas Christopher labourer Queenstown 1875 Application 14376

No 1

WARREN, TH law student Adelaide clerk to Frederic AYERS solicitor Adelaide 1888 Memorial 111/393

WARREN, TH solicitor Strathalbyn 1892 Memorial 80/412

WARREN, Thomas Hogarth solicitor Kadina 1903 Application 24665

No 1

WARREN, William labourer Rapid Bay 1853 Memorial 91/54

No 2

WARREN, William clerk to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 500/64

No 3

WARREN, William police constable Robe 1857 Memorial 95/132

WARREN, William commission agent Robe 1861 Memorial 267/172

WARREN, William auctioneer and general commission agent Robe 1869[-1882] Memorial 214/236

WARREN, William storekeeper Robe and Catherine Warren his wife nee Catherine COCK spinster 1872 Memorial 48/261

WARREN, William agent Robe Co Robe. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 192 County Grey

WARREN, William land agent Robe 1885 Memorial 127/371

WARREN, William of Robe 1886 Memorial 188/377

WARREN, William agent Robe 1887 Application 21274

WARREN, William agent Robe. Trustee Institute Robe. Robe (Hundred of Waterhouse) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 50 Page 9 County Robe

WARREN, William agent Robe, died 14/2/1895. Husband of Elizabeth Warren. Father of Jane Mary Warren, Ellen Amelia Warren, Nora Elizabeth Warren and John Webb Warren Memorial 57/425

No 4

WARREN, William farmer near Woodside 1866 Memorial 236/216

No 5

WARREN, William farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

WARREN, William Charles farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

WARREN, William Henry blacksmith Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 160/128

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WARREN, William Walter brewer Glen Osmond 1899[-1902] Memorial 243/437

WARREN, William Walter brewer Glen Osmond, about to leave the province, power of attorney to James HENDERSON, William Henderson and Charles Waterfield HAYWARD solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/3/1899 Deposit 39/1899

WARREN, William Walter gentleman Enfield 1915 Memorial

170/472

No 1

WARRICK, Joseph miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 384/32

WARRICK, Joseph miner Burra Burra 1852[-1857] Memorial 245/56

WARRICK, Joseph miner Burra 1853 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 254/56

WARRICK, Joseph farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1860 Application 1140

WARRICK, Joseph farmer Rocky Waterhole near Hamilton on the Light 1862 Application 2816

WARRICK, Joseph farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1862. He could not write Memorial 224/181, Application 3309

WARRICK, Joseph of Hamilton on the Light and Anne Warrick his wife 1864 Memorial 225/195

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

WARRICK, Joseph farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Caroline land grant 1867 Grant Book 31 Page 8 County Grey

No 1

WARRINER, Thomas of Mt Barker 1840 Memorial 140/73

WARRINER, Thomas gentleman Thebarton 1849 Memorial 497/18

WARRINER, Thomas gentleman Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 286/19

WARRINER, Thomas merchant Watervale 1851 Memorial 98/32

WARWICK, Frank overseer Holowilena Station 1886 Memorial 38/376

WARWICK, Henry labourer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 480 County Daly

No 1

WARWICK, James and John sheep farmers Hallett 1883 Memorial 24/355

WARWICK, James and John stockholders Holowilena Station 1879 Memorial 33/376

No 1

WARWICK, John linked with the late William Warwick (who died late 1860s) both sheep farmers Holowilena Station in the Far North of SA [Excellent list of improvements on the station] 1869 Memorial 109/238

WARWICK, John sheep farmer Holowilena 1876 Memorial 13/297

WARWICK, John overseer Holowilena Station east north east of Kanyaka 1868. Son of William Warwick formerly sheep farmer Holowilena Station, who died 21/9/1864. James Warwick overseer not stated mentioned Memorials 196 & 197/302

WARWICK, John sheep farmer Holowilena 1892 Application 22193

No 1

WARWICK, Robert yeoman New Hamburgh 1855[-1857] Memorial 25/82

WARWICK, Robert labourer Strathalbyn 1859[-1875] Memorial 99/154, Application 14172

No 1

WARWICK, William sheep farmer Holowilena 1857 Memorial 160/114

WARWICK, William sheep farmer of near Pt Augusta 1860 Application 1103 CHECK Holowilena

WARWICK, William formerly sheep farmer Holowilena but then of Campbelltown, died in 1864. He left his estate to his wife, Janet Warwick, his son, John Warwick, and other children not named Memorial 157/198

WARWICK, William sheep farmer formerly of Holowilena, but then of Campbelltown, died c1864. His wife, Janet Warwick, to get the personal estate absolutely, and an income of £200 for two years from the trust income of the sheep station. After that time, the trustees to sell the leasehold and invest the money in trust. The testator’s wife to get one third of the income, then rest to go into trust for each child to receive a share absolutely in remainder expectant upon turning 21 or getting married. Trustees; the testator’s son John Warwick sheep farmer Hollowellina and David LITHGOW publican Black Bull Inn, Adelaide. A more complicated proceedure if the trustees decided not to sell immediately the two years’ limit had expired. John Warwick the son was the manager of the sheep station Enrolment 48/45

WASHINGTON, Ambrose farmer Virginia 1911 Application 25928

WASHINGTON, David gentleman Mitcham 1882 Memorial 245/339

WASHINGTON, George brickmaker's labourer Hilton 1882 Memorial 58/343

No 1

WASHINGTON, James labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 16917

WASHINGTON, James labourer Cowandilla 1845[-1846] Memorial 473/4 Yeoman South Richmond 1850 Memorial 206/26

WASHINGTON, James farmer Richmond 1853[-1855] Memorial 468/50

No 1 – perhaps the same person

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

WASHINGTON, John of Minlaton 1890 Memorial 125/401

No 1

WASHINGTON, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 190/89

WASHINGTON, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1855 Farmer Nuriootpa, about to leave the province for a time Power of attorney to William WADHAM land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 1859 Application 7860.

WASHINGTON, Thomas farmer Bay Road 1859 Memorial 48/150

WASHINGTON, Thomas of Plympton on the Bay Road eldest son and heir at law of the late James Washington formerly farmer Plympton deceased who died 25/4/1857 Memorial 283/151

WASHINGTON, Thomas farmer [formerly of Plympton but now of[ the Hundred of Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 251/165

WASHINGTON, Thomas farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 241/166

WASHINGTON, Thomas farmer Plympton, died 11/6/1907. He left his £1,200 estate to his widow, Wealthy Washington, for life or while she remained his widow, then to his children - Amelia, Henrietta, Thomas, Louisa, and William - in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 27446

No 1

WASHINGTON, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1868[-1874] Memorial 16/228

No 1

WASHINGTON, Thomas Tate labourer Adelaide 1869 Memorial 191/236

WASHINGTON, Thomas Tate labourer Adelaide (Gilbert St) and Ellen Washington his wife 1879 Memorial 138/315

WASHINGTON, William farmer Richmond 1849[-1853] Memorial 338/16

No 1

WASLEY, Henry miner Adelaide 1839 Application 20251

WASLEY, Henry miner Burra Burra 1849[-1850] Memorial 48/18

WASLEY, Henry miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Burra 1850 Memorial 203/30

WASLEY, Henry miner Burra 1851 Memorial 34/134

WASLEY, Henry farmer Munno Para 1855 Memorial 164/83

WASLEY, Henry of Munno Para, died ? Joseph Wasley, a trustee of the estate, died in November 1872 was the husband of Jane Wasley Memorial 191/281

WASLEY, Henry farmer Two Wells 1884 Memorial 48/360

No 1

WASLEY, Joseph miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 83/27 Wesleyan Methodist 1851 Memorial 154/31

WASLEY, Joseph miner Little Para 1853 Memorial 76/50

WASLEY, Joseph farmer Section 3099 on the Little Para 1853 Memorial 358/50 Farmer Section 3099 Hundred of Munno Para 1854[-1858] Memorial 282/75

WASLEY, Joseph farmer Little Para 1856 Memorial 162/112

WASLEY, Joseph farmer Sheaoak Log 1860[-1863] Memorial 102/165

No 1

WASLEY, William Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1874 Application 13294

WASLEY, William Henry farmer Two Wells 1884[-1885] Memorial 48/360, Application 20635

No 1

WASON, John labourer Salisbury 1885 Memorial 224/364

WASON, John labourer formerly of Salisbury but now of Warrina 1890 Application 21778

No 1

WASS, Frederick Samuel mechanic Langhorne Creek (purchased Lot 9 'on the road to Wellington' in Kent Township for £100 from the estate of the late Louis POTTS) 1929 Memorial 90/502

WASS, Frederick Samuel and William Keith Wass both mechanics Langhorne Creek 1936 Memorial 95/510

WASS, Frederick Samuel mechanic Langhorne Creek, died 4/10/1937 Strathalbyn. Husband of Rachel Corduckes Wass. Father of William Keith Wass mechanic Langhorne Creek. Father-in-law of Clyde HOLDER bank official formerly of North Norwood but now of 22 Quinton St, Manly NSW. FR Holder motor mechanic Langhorne Creek 1938 Memorials 158/511 & 17/512

WASS, Kenneth Charles changed his name to Charles Kenneth gardiner Deposit 127/1947 FIND – check date of change

WASS, William Keith Trustee for the Langhorne Creek Memorial Park Deposit 49/1947

WASTELL, Octavius gentleman Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 193/110

WASTERGREN, Neils barman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 62/20

WATCHAM, Stephen labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 37/50

WATER, Alfred of Plympton 1842 Memorial 314/2

WATERFIELD, Amelia Margaret hotel manager Adelaide 1890 Memorial 17/406

WATERFIELD, Edward draper Adelaide 1893 Application 22547

WATERFIELD, Robert Thomas gardener Mitcham 1854 Memorial 40/71

WATERFORD, George licensed land broker Adelaide 1926 Application 27469

WATERHOUSE, Arthur Greaves solicitor Palm St, Medindie, a partner in the firm of WADEY, NORMAN & WATERHOUSE, solicitors Cowra Chambers, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1927 Application 27522

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WATERHOUSE, FG of Burnside 1880 Application 18051.

WATERHOUSE, Frederick George Curator of the Adelaide Museum Adelaide 1880 Application 18135

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Arthur L solicitor Narracoorte 1868[-1876] Memorial 233/227

WATERHOUSE, Arthur L solicitor Penola 1868 Memorial 150/234

No 1

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden Esquire Wattle Grove near Adelaide 1857 Memorial 213/128

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden MLC Esquire Highercombe 1862 Application 3593

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden Esquire MLC formerly of Highercombe but now in parts beyond the seas 1864 Memorial 155/195

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden Esquire formerly of Buckhurst, Berks, England but now on his way to New Zealand 1869 Memorial 25/243

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden Esquire Torquay, Devon, England and Lydia Waterhouse his wife 1895 Application 22830

WATERHOUSE, George Marsden died 6/8/1906. His wife, Lydia Waterhouse died 25/1/1910. No children of the marriage. The executors for the Australian and New Zealand portion of the estate finalised the whole estate in those countries and organised the sale of the real estate - Frank Skipsey Waterhouse of Mangawhare, Napier, New Zealand and Charles Townsend HARGRAVE the Elder and Younger solicitors Adelaide. The New Zealand attorney was the senior partner to give the order Deposit 28/1910

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Herbert Whitney merchant North Adelaide 1904 Memorial 141/452

WATERHOUSE, Herbert Whitney manager Adelaide 1922, died 13/1/1928 Memorials 71 & 72/503

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting Wesleyan Minister Willunga 1857 Memorial 128/124

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting Wesleyan Minister formerly of North Adelaide but now of Norwood 1864 Memorial 38/196

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting Wesleyan Minister formerly of North Adelaide, but now of Norwood, power of attorney to Thomas PADMAN merchant Gawler Place, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/4/1864 Deposit 205/1864

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting Wesleyan Minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Maitland NSW 1865 Application 6353

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel formerly of Adelaide but now residing in Sydney NSW 1874 Memorial 97/274

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas linked with William Towers Waterhouse accountant Glenelg 1874 Memorial 108/278

WATERHOUSE, Jabez Bunting minister of the gospel of parts beyond the sea and William Towers WATERHOUSE accountant Glenelg 1878 Application 17170

No 1

WATERHOUSE, John merchant Adelaide. North Kapunda Mining Company Director 1849 Memorial 451/36

WATERHOUSE, John merchant Adelaide, about to be absent from SA for a long time, power of attorney to Thomas Greaves Waterhouse merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA estate 28/2/1850 Deposit 13/OA

WATERHOUSE, John storekeeper Adelaide. SA Mining Association director 1854 Memorial 176/78

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Joseph gentleman Adelaide, about to depart for New Zealand, power of attorney to Thomas PADMAN merchant Rundle St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 19/12/1849 Deposit 83/OA

WATERHOUSE, Joseph Wesleyan Minister formerly of Adelaide but now of Feejee in the South Sea 1851 Memorial 131/36

WATERHOUSE, Joseph Minister of the Gospel Adelaide (Rundle St) now out of the said Province 1851 Memorial 473/37

WATERHOUSE, Joseph Esquire Vewa, Feejee 1851 Memorial 146/40

WATERHOUSE, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide (Rundle St) but now residing in parts beyond the seas 1853 Memorial 443/55

WATERHOUSE, Joseph Minister of the Gospel formerly of Rundle St, Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 65/142

WATERHOUSE, Joseph Wesleyan Missionary Feegee Islands. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 52 County Grey

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Leonard gentleman formerly of Hampstead, Middlesex, England but now of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 194/364

WATERHOUSE, Leonard Esquire of London, Middlesex, England but temporarily residing in Adelaide 1888 Memorial 172/391

WATERHOUSE, Leonard Esquire 58 Great Cumberland St, London, Middlesex, England, and Louisa Caroline Waterhouse his wife 1888 Memorial 220/391

WATERHOUSE, Leonard gentleman in parts beyond the seas and Louisa Caroline Waterhouse formerly Louisa Caroline HARRIS spinster 1888. Mrs Waterhouse had lent Clayton Memorial Church at Norwood £3,500 in 1883 Memorial 112/393

WATERHOUSE, Louis R ironmonger East Adelaide 1888 Memorial 99/389

No 1

WATERHOUSE, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1854 Memorial 494/70

WATERHOUSE, Thomas storekeeper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 352/77

WATERHOUSE, Thomas Greaves Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of New Barnett, Hants, England presently on a visit to Adelaide 1878 Memorial 21/310

No 1

WATERHOUSE, William Towers accountant Glenelg 1874 Memorial 97/274

WATERHOUSE, William Towers merchant Glenelg 1878 Memorial 14/315

WATERHOUSE, William Towers merchant Adelaide 1879 Memorial 13/315

WATERHOUSE, William Towers and Thomas PADMAN merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Padman & Co became bankrupts in 1879 Memorial 135/325

No 1

WATERMAN, Albert of Marion on the Sturt 1864[-1870] Memorial 122/195

WATERMAN, Albert storekeeper Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 5 County Dalhousie

WATERMAN, Albert storekeeper Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 204 County Fergusson

WATERMAN, A storekeeper Ardrossan 1881 Memorial 45/330

WATERMAN, Albert of Ardrossan 1882 Memorial 94/339

WATERMAN, Albert storekeeper Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

WATERMAN, Albert, Alfred and John ship chandlers Pt Adelaide trading in partnership under the style or firm of Waterman Bros 1882 Memorial 1/345

WATERMAN, Albert, Alfred and John merchants Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Brownlow (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 45 County Carnarvon

No 1

WATERMAN, Alfred bookkeeper Pt Adelaide 1873[-1878] Memorial 240/267, Application 16665

WATERMAN, Alfred accountant Pt Adelaide 1877[-1895] Memorial 194/303, Application 15950

WATERMAN, Alfred accountant The Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ward land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 11 County Musgrave

WATERMAN, Ewen McIntyre Director of Ozone Theatres Ltd, CML Assurance Building, King William St, Adelaide 1945 Application 25954

WATERMAN, Frederick storekeeper Adelaide, aged 28 in 1860. He was a son of the late James Waterman formerly licensed victualler Adelaide now deceased Memorial 137/165

No 1

WATERMAN, Hugh McIntyre newsagent Semaphore 1912 Memorial 163/467

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WATERMAN, James gentleman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 359/21

WATERMAN, James merchant Adelaide 1851 Memorial 348/37

WATERMAN, James licensed victualler Adelaide 1852 Memorial 398/44

WATERMAN, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 259/50

WATERMAN, James the Elder gentleman Norwood 1856 Memorial 301/109

WATERMAN, James possibly the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 170/128

WATERMAN, James the Elder gentleman Brighton Road 1858 Memorial 30/143

WATERMAN, James the Elder formerly licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1859. Husband of Helen Waterman, now a widow Marion, and father of James Waterman the Younger licensed victualler Adelaide 1860 Memorial 122/160

WATERMAN, James the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1859. His wife, Helen Waterman, his son, James Waterman the Younger, and his friend, John CARRUTHERS gentleman Adelaide, to be trustees and executors. Personal estate to be sold and the proceeds combined with James Waterman’s cash at the time of his death. The money to be invested in trust to provide an income for his wife for life. After her death, £500 to be paid to his daughter, Helen SHARPLES wife of William Sharples sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula, and £1,000 to his daughter Eliza Mary Waterman. The rest of the money to be shared equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst James Waterman’s surviving sons. Mrs Waterman could run the hotel in trust for her lifetime, and receive the furniture and stock in trade in trust to run the hotel. After her death, her son, James Waterman formerly the Younger to sell the hotel with its furniture and stock in trade, and give each son of James Waterman the Elder an equal share absolutely of the proceeds in remainder expectant Enrolment 34/39

WATERMAN, James [the Elder] of Norwood, owned property there from December 1851 until his death on 7/3/1859. His widow, Helen Waterman, had a life interest in the land. She died 7/3/1881. John Waterman gentleman Maylands 1895 linked to the above family Application 22949

WATERMAN, James the Elder gentleman Marion, formerly publican Rundle St, Adelaide, died 7/3/1859. Husband of Helen Waterman. By 1888, his son John Waterman gentleman lived at Maylands. Another son, James Waterman formerly the Younger lived at the Bijou Theatre Laceys Place off Bourke St, Melbourne Vic Application 21413

WATERMAN, James the Younger became a bankrupt in 1860. The trade assignee, Herbert ALYWIN wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, directed that the bankrupt's inheritance from his father's will [James Waterman the Elder] should be auctioned at Green's Auction Rooms, Adelaide, on 5/5/1860 Memorial 161/167

WATERMAN, James the Younger barman formerly of Adelaide but now of Elsternwick, Brighton Rd Vic, eldest son and heir at law of the late James Waterman the Elder licensed victualler Adelaide, who had died before 1864 Memorial 162/198

WATERMAN, James formerly the Younger formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas, eldest son and heir at law of the late James Waterman formerly of The Sturt now decaesed and his wife Helen Waterman now widow The Sturt 1864 Memorial 122/195

WATERMAN, James formerly the Younger barman late of Adelaide, but now of Elsterwich, Brighton Road Vic, power of attorney to John CARRUTHERS gentleman Adelaide, to perform his part as trustee in his late father James Waterman the Elder’s estate, and particularly in regard to mortgage properties 14/9/1864. By 16/12/1881, J Waterman formerly the Younger was caretaker of the Bijou Theatre, Lacey’s Place, off Bourke St, Melbourne Vic. Power of attorney to his brother John Waterman clerk to the Mitcham District Council Mitcham, to manage his duties as executor and trustee of the estate of their father, James Waterman the Elder 16/12/1881 Deposits 271/1864, 60/1882

WATERMAN, Helen widow The Sturt 1861[-1879] Memorial 243/175

WATERMAN, Helen widow Marion, relict of the late James Waterman formerly licensed victualler Adelaide now deceased, linked with Albert Waterman of The Sturt and heir at law James Waterman of Wallaroo 1861 Memorial 13/180

WATERMAN, Helen widow Marion on the Sturt linked with James Waterman of Adelaide and Albert Waterman of Marion on the Sturt 1869 Memorial 133/238

WATERMAN, Helen widow Hundred of Boucaut 1880 Memorial 140/323

WATERMAN, Helen widow Boucaut, died 7/3/1881, of bronchitis, aged 82. Relict of James Waterman no description. John Waterman clerk to the Mitcham District Council and James Waterman caretaker of the Bijou Theatre, Lacey Place off Bourke St, Melbourne Vic had dealings with her estate 1882. James Waterman the Elder’s daughter Eliza Mary Waterman 28 spinster Marion, married George Thomas RICHARDS 26 storekeeper Brighton (Father: Ralph Richards) on 6/3/1872 Brighton Wesleyan Church. Witnesses: Alfred Waterman clerk Pt Adelaide and Emily RICHARDS teacher Marion Application 18985

No 1

WATERMAN, John gentleman Unley and Emily Waterman his wife formerly Emily nee DAW 1875 Memorial 151/284

No 2

WATERMAN, John surveyor Lower Mitcham 1876 Memorial 105/292

WATERMAN, John gentleman Lower Mitcham 1878 Memorial 107/308

WATERMAN, John surveyor and grazier West Mitcham 1880 Application 19145.

WATERMAN, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1882 Memorial 182/344

WATERMAN, John formerly of Mitcham but now of Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 75/347

No 3

WATERMAN, John of Norton Summit and Elizabeth Waterman his wife formerly Elizabeth WIDGERY of Norton Summit 1887 Memorial 85/386

No 1

WATERS, Arthur Henry baker Houghton 1920 Memorial 38/481

WATERS, Arthur Henry baker Houghton 1921 Application 26987

No 1

WATERS, Arundel labourer Pt Broughton. Pt Broughton (Hundred of Mundoora) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

WATERS, Arundel farmer Pt Broughton 1890 Memorial 210/406

WATERS, Arundel farmer formerly of Pt Broughton but now of Lincolnfields 1899 Memorial 131/439

No 2

WATERS, Arundel farmer Wudinna 1946[-1947] Application 29200

WATERS, Catherine widow Adelaide 1888 Application 21395

WATERS, Clarence James blocker Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1913 Grant Book 14 Page 287 County Daly

No 1

WATERS, Elisha labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 276 County Daly

WATERS, Elisha teamster Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

WATERS, Frederick Desmond labourer Solomontown 1926 Application 27441

No 1

WATERS, Harry farmer near Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1888 Grant Book 31 Page 203 County Grey

WATERS, Harry of Millicent 1898 Memorial 66/434

No 1 - possibly the same person

WATERS, Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 278/197

WATERS, Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3287

WATERS, Henry farmer Strathalbyn. Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1863 Grant Book 37 Page 71 County Hindmarsh

WATERS, Henry farmer Belvidere near Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 141/351

WATERS, Henry gentleman Strathalbyn 1900 Memorial 142/441

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN PERHAPS THE SAME PERSON

WATERS, Henry storekeeper Kapunda. Trustees Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Kapunda 1876 Application 14751

WATERS, Henry farmer Booleroo. Trustee unnamed Church. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

WATERS, Henry carter near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

No 3

WATERS, Henry of Melrose 1881 Memorial 99/329

WATERS, Hugh teamster Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164 County Taunton

FIND – CHECK RUN

WATERS, James bootmaker Kooringa 1873[-1875] Memorial 200/270

WATERS, James licensed victualler Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 12 County Blachford

WATERS, John farmer near Hamley Bridge Station. Hundred of Alma land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 3 County Gawler

No 1 - possibly the same person

WATERS, John Lock farmer formerly of Sandy Creek but now of Millicent 1878 Memorial 21/315

WATERS, John Lock farmer Mirrumban 1881 Memorial 18/336

WATERS, John Lock farmer Mirrumban 1886 Memorial 224/381

WATERS, John Lock of Stanley, Tas 1891 Application 22109

WATERS, John Locke farmer formerly of Mirrumban but now of Stanley Tas 1898 Memorial 13/434

No 1

WATERS, John yeoman Angaston 1855 Memorial 252/80

WATERS, John of Angaston, died 12/1/1856. His wife, Alice Waters, died 15/3/1880. Son John Johns Waters farmer near Angaston, died 4/5/1867, of rheumatic fever, aged 22. Daughter Grace Johns Waters, daughter of John Waters deceased, died 18/3/1864 Long Gully near Angaston, of convulsions aged 13. Richard Waters farm manager Mambray Park near Baroota the only surviving member of the family 1886 Application 21012

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATERS, John R accountant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 8/298

WATERS, John accountant Adelaide 1880 Application 18341

WATERS, John of Carrington St, Adelaide 1898 Memorial 134/435

WATERS, John Cook farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 228 County Grey

No 1

WATERS, Joseph police constable Morgan Co Eyre. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 291 County Grey

WATERS, Joseph Lance corporal in the Metropolitan police force North Adelaide 1884 Application 20081

WATERS, Richard of Angaston and Alice THOMAS wife of William Thomas of Angaston, son and daughter of the late John Waters formerly yeoman Angaston now deceased 1868 Memorial 164/230

No 1

WATERS, Robert police constable Adelaide Co Adelaide. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

WATERS, Robert police constable Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 683 County Frome

WATERS, Samuel John labourer Bugle Ranges 1877, son of William Henry Waters farmer Bugle Ranges Application 26779

WATERS, Stephen mail contractor Clare 1920 Application 26916

No 1 - the Elder

WATERS, Thomas Alexander of SA 1842 Memorial 211/2

WATERS, Thomas Alexander yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler 1847 Memorial 59/9

WATERS, Thomas Alexander licensed victualler Sandy Creek 1852 Memorial 272/66

WATERS, Thomas Alexander full age yeoman of Uphaven (Father: John Waters yeoman) married Elizabeth Mary JARVIS spinster Pewsey, Wilts, England (Father: Thomas Jarvis yeoman), on 27/3/1838. The Waters family emigrated to SA, where their eldest and only surviving son, John Lock Waters was born 25/8/1841 Yankalilla, where TA Waters was a sheep farmer. The lad was baptised 28/1/1843 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide by the Rev’d CB Howard Colonial Chaplain. Elizabeth Waters died c1844 at Willunga. On 15/8/1847 New Bushman Inn, Gawler, the Rev’d WH Coombs married the widower TA Waters 30 sheep farmer Murray St, Gawler, to Sarah LAWES 23 spinster of Lyndoch Valley. TA Waters died Sep 1852 Sandy Creek, intestate, and leaving JL Waters as heir at law, and a widow, Sarah Waters and three other children (Harry, Fanny & TA Waters the Younger), to whom she made over the hotel on 15/11/1854, with James and Thomas LAWES farmers Sandy Creek as trustees. On 2/12/1854 Mrs Waters’s residence, the Bush Inn, Sandy Creek, Western Barossa, the Rev’d John Milburn Lewis married Sarah Waters 30 widow to Thomas BOONE 30 butcher Sandy Creek. Sarah Boone died 12/12/1860, leaving Thomas Boone in possession of the Sandy Creek Hotel. His step-son, JL Waters farmer Sandy Creek, supported by his uncle, William JARVIS gentleman Adelaide, took Thomas Boone to court to surrender the estate to him. Boone lived in a cottage near the hotel and leased the business to Henry Emery RANDEL May 1856- August 1857, and then to George WARD between Feb 1859- Dec 1860. Boone himself ran the hotel between 1857-1859. Mr Ward went bankrupt in 1860, after which Boone leased the premises to a Mr PARMENTER. The Supreme Court found in JL Waters’ favour 23/12/1863, and T Boone had to pay back over £700 in rent money he had taken from the hotel. JL Waters sold the northern half of the Section to Johann Friedrich WOLF farmer Sandy Creek for £525 in August 1866. The family kept the Bush Hotel on the southern half of the Section. Frederick Foote TURNER of Gawler was the Waters family solicitor Applications 7751 & 13018

WATERS, Sarah innholder Sandy Creek. Mother of Harry Waters, Fanny Waters and Thomas Alexander Waters all of Sandy Creek 1854 Memorial 461/77

No 2 - the Younger

WATERS, Thomas Alexander [formerly the Younger] farmer Gawler 1887 Application 21145

WATERS, Thomas A farmer Gawler 1892 Memorial 31/416

WATERS, Thomas Alexander sheepfarmer Gawler 1906[-1907] Memorial 43/455 

WATERS, Thomas George railway porter formerly of Middleton but now of Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial103/368

No 1

WATERS, William labourer Thebarton 1839 Labourer Black Forest 1846 Application 7828

WATERS, William labourer Black Forest 1846 Memorial 11/52

WATERS, William farmer The Sturt 1849[-1857] Memorial 192/18

No 2

WATERS, William farmer Meadows 1853[-1854] Memorial 370/60 Meadows Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 487/77

WATERS, William licensed victualler Meadows 1860 Memorial 339/163

WATERS, William farmer Bull Creek 1854[-1856] Memorial 205/71

No 3

WATERS, Wiliam farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1853[-1855] Memorial 303/53

No 4

WATERS, William miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 196/100

WATERS, William storekeeper Kapunda 1858[-1867] Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Enrolment49/40

No 5

WATERS, William farmer Julia Creek Hundred of English land grant 1868 Grant Book 17 Page 166 County Eyre

No 6

WATERS, William farmer Yongala 1897 Memorial 60/432

WATERS, William farmer Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 207 County Dalhousie

No 1

WATERS, William Hales gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 222/16

WATERS, William Hales carpenter Adelaide 1853 Memorial 286/58

WATERS, WH of Renmark 1920 Memorial 187/480

WATERS, William James farmer Pt Broughton 1890 Memorial 14/404

No 1

WATERS, William Robert teacher Morphett Vale 1849[-1856] Memorial 72/97

No 2

WATERS, William Robert of Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 427/83

No 1

WATERSTION, John gentleman The Levels Dry Creek 1887 Memorial 42/389

WATERSTION, John stockholder Adelaide 1896 Memorial 162/426

No 1

WATHEN, Hulbert Esquire Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England, purchased land grants in Survey C 1839 Application 26492

WATHEN, Hulbert Esquire Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John MORPHETT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs and sell his SA real estate 24/1/1848 Enrolment 97/4

No 1

WATHERSTON, Alexander mail contractor Wellington on the Murray 1862 Memorial 167/187

No 2

WATHERSTON, Alexander farmer Pt Lincoln 1925, had lived in Pt Lincoln for over 60 years Application 27407

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATHERSTON, Andrew labourer Tumby Bay 1877 Memorial 38/299

WATHERSTON, Andrew overseer Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 26038

WATHERSTON, Andrew gentleman Pt Lincoln 1927, declared that he had lived in the area for 67 years Application 27613

WATHERSTON, Isabella spinster Adelaide 1914 Memorial 175/470

No 1 - probably the same person

WATHERSTON, James sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1866 Memorial 231/414

WATHERSTON, James sheepfarmer Pt Lincoln 1886 Memorial 213/377

WATHERSTON, James sheepfarmer Boston Island Pt Lincoln was a brother to Alexander Watherston no description, who gave this information in 1928 Application 27725

WATHERSTON, James sheepfarmer Boston Island, near Pt Lincoln, died 1/8/1896. Robert ANDERSON the guardian of the Watherston children Memorial 6/466

WATHERSTON, James widower died 1/8/1896 intestate. His estate to Robert Anderson, the lawful maternal grandparent and only next of kin, and the guardian elect of Robert Boston Watherston, Isabella Watherston, James Watherston, Edith Watherston, Frank Pattan Watherston, Edward Alexander Watherston and Cyril Anderson Watherston all minors over the age of 7 years, and next of kin of James Watherston. Land in trust for Catherine Cranston Watherston and Christina Patten Watherston infants under the age of 7 years, and lawful children of the deceased, until one of the children shall reach the age of 21.

As of 29/10/1897, all lands, goods real and personal of James Watherston used in his business as a sheep farmer on Boston Island, could be put up for public auction. His co-partners, Joseph Kemp Bishop and Robert Anderson, could bid at the sale. The above land does not appear to have been sold Applications 27661, 27835

WATHERSTON, James widower sheep farmer Boston Island Pt Lincoln died 1/8/1896 intestate. His estate to Robert Anderson, the lawful maternal grandparent and only next of kin, and the guardian elect of Robert Boston Watherston, Isabella Watherston, James Watherston, Edith Watherston, Frank Pattan Watherston, Edward Alexander Watherston and Cyril Anderson Watherston all minors over the age of 7 years, and next of kin of James Watherston. Land in trust for Catherine Cranston Watherston and Christina Patten Watherston infants under the age of 7 years, and lawful children of the deceased, until one of the children shall reach the age of 21 Memorial 31/433, Application 25719

WATHERSTON, John boardinghouse keeper Pt Lincoln, died 13/3/1893 intestate. Husband of Maria Elizabeth Watherston, who still lived in Pt Lincoln in 1902 Memorial 113/447

No 1

WATHERSTON, Mark Elliot pensioner Milang 1943 Memorial 39/517

WATHERSTON, Mark Elliott retired carpenter Milang, died 17/4/1951 Memorial 119/526

WATHERSTON, Robert Boston farmer Pt Lincoln 1904[-1910] Memorial 216/451, Application 25863, Application 24885

WATFORD, George land and estate agent Adelaide 1919 Memorial 197/477

WATKIN, James Fraser gentleman Nairne 1855 Memorial 8/85

No 1

WATKINS, Alfred James plumber North Adelaide 1889 Memorial 167/400

WATKINS, Alfred James of Strangways Tce, North Adelaide, died 6/6/1925. Husband of Eliza Watkins Memorial 52/495

WATKINS, Arthur Albert engineer Magill. St George's Magill trustee 1940 Memorial 174/514

WATKINS, Christopher teamster Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

No 1

WATKINS, Ernest David labourer Robe S-E 1916 Memorial 84/474

WATKINS, Ernest David labourer Robe S-E, died 2/12/1939 Parkside. Probably husband of Olive Ellen Jane Watkins Memorial 112/521

WATKINS, Frederick labourer Marryatville linked with Elisabeth Watkins widow Marryatville 1864[-1877] Memorial 90/194

No 1

WATKINS, James RC clergyman Mt Barker 1848 Memorial 271/11

No 2

WATKINS, James of Morchard 1884 Book 13 Page 263 County Dalhousie

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WATKINS, James the Younger farmer Coglin and Janet Watkins his wife nee RENTON 1888 Memorial 175/392

WATKINS, James mason Dawson 1891 Memorial 184/410

No 1

WATKINS, John labourer formerly of Alberton 1849 but now of Queenstown and Elizabeth Watkins his wife 1871 Application 11768

No 2

WATKINS, John stone mason Kapunda Mine 1851 Memorial 289/36

No 3

WATKINS, John merchant Sydney NSW 1873 Application 13178.

No 4

WATKINS, John gardener Magill 1874 Application 13229

WATKINS, John gardener Norton Summit 1890 Memorial 13/402

No 5

WATKINS, John farmer Kulpara. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

No 6

WATKINS, John carrier Alberton 1920 Memorial 179/480

WATKINS, John carrier Alberton 1921 Application 27019

WATKINS, John Thomas and William Henry Watkins butchers Marryatville linked with Elizabeth Watkins widow Marryatville 1898 Memorial 104/434

No 1

WATKINS, Lewis Harris wellsinker One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 361 County Light

WATKINS, Lewis Harris gentleman Hamilton on the Light 1864 Memorial 21/193

WATKINS, Louisa Juliana married woman near Mt Torrens 1936 Application 28002

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WATKINS, Richard farmer Magill 1857[-1878] Memorial 162/136

WATKINS, Richard formerly farmer 1857 but now labourer Magill 1874. He could not write Application 13227

WATKINS, Richard farmer Third Creek 1878 Memorial 164/312

WATKINS, Richard farmer Fourth Creek 1872 Memorial 153/402

No 1

WATKINS, Robert Esquire Arundel, Sussex, England 1841[-1842] Enrolment 89/21

WATKINS, Robert Esquire Osnaburg St, Regents Park, Middlesex, England and Margaret Watkins his wife 1849 Enrolment 1/22

WATKINS, Robert Cecil contractor Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1937 Grant Book 13 Page 241 County Dalhousie

No 1

WATKINS, Thomas yeoman Marryatville 1851 Memorial 270/37

WATKINS, Thomas labourer Marryatville 1860 Memorial 224/161

WATKINS, Thomas labourer Marryatville 1862 Application 3248

WATKINS, Thomas labourer Marryatville, died 1/8/1866, of bronchitis, aged 77. Husband of Elizabeth Watkins formerly Elizabeth nee OSBORNE. Two sons - John Thomas WATKINS and William Henry Watkins butchers Marryatville 1895 Application 23560

No 2

WATKINS, Thomas yeoman Lobethal 1853[-1854] Memorial 201/49

No 3

WATKINS, Thomas builder Redruth 1857 Memorial 257/114

WATKINS, Thomas quarryman Hampton 1862 Memorial 147/304

WATKINS, Thomas builder Hampton father of Ann LEWIS wife of John Lewis labourer formerly of Hampton, and grandfather of Elizabeth and Thomas VIVIAN 1887 Memorial 90/388

No 4

WATKINS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 466 County Daly

No 5

WATKINS, Thomas farmer Dawson. Dawson (Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 34 Page 5 County Herbert

No 1

WATKINS, William yeoman Kensington 1850 Memorial 243/25

No 2

WATKINS, William labourer Ashford 1853 Hundred of Alexandrina land grant Memorial 373/52

No 3

WATKINS, William farmer Watergate 1861 Memorial 339/174

No 4

WATKINS, William plasterer North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) 1881 Memorial 36/336

WATKINS, William plasterer North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) 1884 Application 20251.

WATKINS, William gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but then of Medindie, died 3/2/1904. Probably husband of Esther Watkins and father of Charles Henry Watkins commission agent Little Adelaide, Alfred James Watkins plumber Prospect and Frederick George Watkins plasterer Prospect Memorial 51/495

No 1

WATKINS, William David storekeeper Adelaide 1881 Memorial 82/332

WATKINS, William David merchant and William George Watkins storeman both of Adelaide 1895 Memorial 68/424

WATKINS, William David merchant Adelaide, about to depart from the province for a time, power of attorney to William George Watkins storeman Adelaide and Charles Edward COOKE shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 25/3/1895 Deposit 16/1895

WATKINS, William George fruiterer Henley Beach 1929 Memorial 30/502

WATKINS, William Litchfield steward Pt Adelaide 1886[-1892] Memorial 99/378, Application 22322

No 1

WATKINS, William Mark butcher Sunning Hill 1883 Memorial 92/349

WATKINS, William M butcher Millbrook 1884 Application 20129

WATKINS, William Mark butcher Millbrook 1885 Application 20750

WATKINSON, William of Kersbrook Chain of Ponds Western Sources of the Torrens 1851 Memorial 368/51

WATLING, Robert farmer Gumeracha 1854[-1859] Memorial 475/78

WATSON, A clerk Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1883 Memorial 95/350

WATSON, Agnes spinster Adelaide (2 Fenn Place off Hindley St) 1856[-1858] Memorial 266/107

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATSON, Alexander gentleman Kincraig 1869 Memorial 20/255

WATSON, Alexander teacher Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1870 Grant Book 50 Page 93 County Robe

No 2

WATSON, Alexander the Younger and George Watson sheep farmers Konetta Hundred of Smith Co Robe 1889 Memorial 223/400

No 1

WATSON, Andrew storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1851 Memorial 435/32

WATSON, Andrew formerly storekeeper Pt Wakefield, but now iron monger Glasgow, Scotland, power of attorney to Alexander and Peter CUMMING merchants Adelaide, to recover debts from Hugh LYNCH butcher and William BREWER gentleman both of Pt Wakefield 7/4/1854 Deposit 108/1867

WATSON, Andrew formerly of this province but now ironfounder [ironmonger?] of parts beyond the sea 1864 Application 5257

WATSON, Andrew formerly storekeeper Pt Wakefield but now ironmonger Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland 1867 Memorial 20/223

No 2

WATSON, Andrew Esquire Kilbride 1861 Memorial 153/177

WATSON, Andrew sheep farmer Kilbride near Penola 1864 Memorial 162/200

WATSON, Andrew formerly settler Nangwarry Station but now residing in England 1872[-1874] Memorial 132/261

WATSON, Andrew Esquire formerly of Kilbride but now in parts beyond the seas 1878 Memorial 193/310

WATSON, Arthur gardener Nangkita. Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1899 Grant Book 37 Page 16 County Hindmarsh

No 1

WATSON, Benjamin mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 132/45

WATSON, Benjamin carrier Adelaide (Angas St) 1859 Memorial 235/159

WATSON, Benjamin carrier Adelaide 1861 Memorial 55/173

WATSON, Benjamin contractor Adelaide linked with Edward Watson clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 23/333

No 1

WATSON, Charles storekeeper Golden Grove. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 73 County Adelaide

WATSON, Charles storekeeper and postmaster Golden Grove 1856[-1876] Memorials 135/103,194/296

WATSON, Charles storekeeper Golden Grove 1861 Application 2687

No 2

WATSON, Charles carrier Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1875[-1880] Grant Book 7 Page 3 County Buckingham

WATSON, Charles of Tatiara 1880 Memorial 123/320

WATSON, Charles William baker Alberton 1909 Application 25632

No 1

WATSON, Edward bricklayer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 238/33

WATSON, Edward builder Adelaide linked with Benjamin Watson of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 73/148

No 2

WATSON, Edward clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1865 Memorial 318/205

WATSON, Edward clerk Adelaide 1875 Application 21220

No 3

WATSON, Edward storekeeper New Luxemburg Out of Hundreds. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 194 County Not named

No 1

WATSON, Edward Albert and Robert Watson farmers Murat Bay West Coast. EW Watson mentioned but not described 1906 Memorial 141/455

WATSON, Edward Albert farmer Minippa became a bankrupt in 1937 Memorial 2/511

WATSON, Edward James storeman Smithfield, aged 56 in 1948, declared that he had lived in the area for most of his life Application 28637

WATSON, Elizabeth Sarah widow Middleton, died 1/5/1945 Uraidla. Mother of Lotty Alma NEIGHBOUR married woman Uraidla Memorial 61/519

WATSON, Ernest, Ivan Jeffrey and Claude Ernest graziers Peepora Station near Pooncarrie 1961 Memorial 136/533

WATSON, EW proclaimed bank manager Riverton 1953 Memorial 15/528

WATSON, Frank Charles farmer Bordertown Co Buckingham. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

No 1

WATSON, George carpenter formerly of Adelaide 1843[-1859] Memorial 273/3

WATSON, George farmer Section 427 Sources of the Rhine Special Survey 1843 in partnership with Henry Holmes Memorial 273/3 WATSON, George carpenter Angaston 1845[-1852] Memorial 285/6 Farmer Angaston 1852. In partnership with William SALTER Enrolment 52/35

WATSON, George farmer near Angaston land north of Truro township land grant 1852 Grant Book 17 Page 1 County Eyre

WATSON, George farmer near Angaston 1854[-1880] Memorial 64/107 Penrice Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1855 Memorial 182/88

WATSON, George farmer Angaston 1871 Memorial 84/254

WATSON, George farmer near Angaston 1861 Application 2080

WATSON, George farmer Angaston 1889 Application 21739

No 2

WATSON, George and WEBB, William stationers Mt Gambier 1880  Application 17960

No 3

WATSON, George chemist 10 Lambert Rd, Royston Park 1935 Application 27987

WATSON, George Grey chemist and druggist North Adelaide and Jane Hodges Watson his wife formerly JH READE 1873 Memorial 229/274

No 1

WATSON, Gordon Kenneth clerk Smithfield 1950 Memorial 156/524

WATSON, Gordon Kenneth clerk Smithfield 1951, born 7/3/1928. He had lived in the area since 1941 Application 28849

WATSON, GW bookseller Mt Gambier 1883 Memorial 215/351

No 1

WATSON, Harry farmer Muloowurtie 1891 Memorial 248/406

No 2

WATSON, Harry out of business Kandahar 329 Marion Road (formerly known as Martin Ave), Plympton, died 22/8/1950[ Son of Benjamin Watson]. Father of Stanley Holme Watson formerly traffic manager but now deputy commissioner SA Railways Heathfield, Rita Adelaide Goscombe wife of Horace Bevan Conrad GOSCOMBE civil servant Bond St, Colonel Light Gardens, Jean Allenby OBORN wife of Leslie Lindsay Oborn salesman Murray Bridge, Benjamin Charles Watson, Arthur Harrison Edward Watson, Fred Keith Watson, Lucy Marie SHEARER and Phoebe Madeleine SHANNON married woman Bridgewater Memorials 23 & 24/526

No 1

WATSON, Henry and William Esquires Pt Adelaide 1843 Memorial 16/3

WATSON, Henry and William Esquires [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 373/13

No 2

WATSON, Henry farmer Country Section 276 near Adelaide linked with Mary Ann Watson widow of the same place 1849 Memorial 437/14

WATSON, Henry publican formerly of Country Section 276 near Adelaide, but now of Kensington 1851 Memorial 329/31

WATSON, Henry licensed victualler Kensington 1849[-1853] Memorial 52/18

WATSON, Henry publican Robin Hood Inn Kensington 1853 Memorial 257/73

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WATSON, Henry licensed victualler Kapunda and Ann Watson his wife 1875 formerly widow of the late William COGHILL formerly farmer Kapunda who died 11/1/1860 Memorial 155/280

No 4

WATSON, Henry schoolmaster Thebarton 1850[-1868] Memorial 258/23

WATSON, Henry formerly schoolmaster 1851 now shoemaker Thebarton 1855 Schoolmaster again 1865 Application 6728.

WATSON, Henry schoolmaster Hilton 1859 Memorial 12/154

WATSON, Henry gentleman Thebarton 1861 Application 2610.

WATSON, Henry gentleman Thebarton 1875 Memorial 198/343

WATSON, Henry schoolmaster Thebarton 1882 Memorial 197/343

No 5

WATSON, Henry civil servant Post Office Plympton 1892 Application 22211

WATSON, Henry Evans railway employee Coonalpyn. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1915 Grant Book 6 Page 12 County Buccleuch

WATSON, HG postmaster Strathalbyn 1874 Memorial 227/277

WATSON, Henry Joseph accountant Adelaide (28 Franklin St) 1948 Memorial 122/522

No 1

WATSON, Hugh yeoman Adelaide 1840 yeoman Country Section 52 near Adelaide 1842 Application 12781

WATSON, Hugh yeoman formerly of Adelaide (Wright St) 1840 but now of Section 52 [Hundred of Adelaide] near Adelaide 1842 Application 12781

WATSON, Hugh farmer Noarlunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 99/42

WATSON, Hugh farmer Noarlunga and Ann Maxwell Watson his wife 1855[-1859] Memorial 198/82

WATSON, Hugh farmer Rapid Bay 1861 Application 2420

WATSON, Hugh farmer near Rapid Bay 1866 Memorial 2/210

WATSON, Hugh farmer formerly of Noarlunga 1854 but now of Rapid Bay and Ann Maxwell his wife 1874 Application 13899

WATSON, Anne Maxwell widow Rapid Bay 1884 Widow of Hugh Watson farmer Noarlunga Application 20041

WATSON, Hugh Anderson labourer Delamere. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant 1901 Grant Book 37 Page 232 County Hindmarsh

No 1

WATSON, Hugh Graham gentleman Strathalbyn 1886 Memorial 68/379

WATSON, Hugh Graham gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of Pt Pirie 1890 Memorial 35/406

WATSON, Hugh Graham gentleman formerly of Strathalbyn but now of North Adelaide 1909 Memorial 183/460

WATSON, J housekeeper Adelaide (South Tce) 1898 Memorial 199/435

No 1

WATSON, James engineer Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 349/154

No 2

WATSON, James carpenter Adelaide (Sturt St) 1860 Memorial 344/165

No 3

WATSON, James labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1867[-1869] Memorial 204/226

No 4 - perhaps the same person

WATSON, James storekeeper Kanyaka 1873 Memorial 43/265

WATSON, James miner Waukaringa 1873 Memorial 225/266

No 5

WATSON, James teamster Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 153 County Victoria

No 6

WATSON, James farmer Montague Farms Dry Creek 1879 Memorial 249/313

WATSON, James farmer Dry Creek 1883[-1885] Memorial 31/353

No 7

WATSON, James farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

No 8

WATSON, James farmer Dalkey. Owen township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 27 Page 444 County Gawler

WATSON, James contractor Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

No 9

WATSON, James blacksmith Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 326 County Daly

No 9

WATSON, James farmer Kangaroo Flat near Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 14 Page 444 County Daly

WATSON, James farmer Barunga Gap 1887 Memorial 231/382

WATSON, James farmer Percyton. Trustee unnamed Chapel 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 31 County Daly

WATSON, James farmer Bute, had died by 1911. Executors – John Douglas Watson farmer Bute, Mary Watson spinster Bute and John James CHAPMAN farmer Bute Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

No 10

WATSON, James labourer One Tree Hill and Priscilla Martin Watson his wife 1887 Memorial 144/386

WATSON, Priscilla Martin widow One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, relict of the late James Watson 1916 Memorial 172/474

No 1

WATSON, James Howell farmer Encounter Bay 1885[-1886] Memorial 239/365

WATSON, James Howell farmer Bordertown. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

WATSON, James J civil servant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 209/321

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATSON, James Lawrence labourer Navan and Janet Watson his wife 1872 Memorial 129/263

WATSON, James Lawrence farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 458 County Daly

WATSON, James Lawrence farmer Tarlee Co Light. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 224 County Victoria

WATSON, James Lawrence dairyman Pt Pirie West 1898 Memorial 79/435

No 1

WATSON, James Samuel sheep inspector Wellington on the Murray Co Sturt. Kingston (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 29 Page 210 County MacDonnell

WATSON, James Samuel sheep inspector Wellington on the Murray 1868 Application 9506

No 1

WATSON, John Esquire Trafalgar Square, London, Middlesex, England 1842 Application 18780

WATSON, John solicitor 6 Park Place, St Mary’s Paddington (with offices at 10 Henrietta St, Covent Gardens), died 16/8/1854, of diarrhoea, following long pulmonary diesase, aged 65. He left his real estate in Britain and the colonies in trust to his wife, Anna WATSON, and his son, William Webster WATSON barrister 29 Chancery Lane, London, Middlesex. The wife to get three-quarters of the income during her lifetime, with the son a quarter; after her death, the son to get the estate absolutely in remainder expectant. The Watsons gave power of attorney to Algernon Sydney CLARK and John Howard Clark agents Blyth St, Adelaide, to manage the Watsons’ SA real estate (land in the Light and Wellington Special Surveys) 19/7/1860 Deposits 8/1862, 344/OA

WATSON, Anna widow of John Watson solicitor died 17/11/1874 79 Clarendon Rd, Kensington, Middlesex, England, of 1 week’s bronchitis, aged 86. Probably a son - William Webster Watson of 1 Temple Gardens, Temple, London, Middlesex, England. Application 18780

No 2

WATSON, John minister of the Gospel Kensington 1851[-1854] Memorial 287/35 Hundred of Goolwa land grant Co Hindmarsh 1854 Enrolment 38/19

WATSON, John clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Kensington but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 297/80

WATSON, John clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Pt Elliot, but now of Hobart Town, power of attorney to Young Bingham HUTCHINSON gentleman Hindmarsh Valley near Pt Elliot, to manage his SA business affairs 15/8/1861 Deposit 34/1862

WATSON, John clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Hobart Tas 1862 Memorial 67/182

WATSON, John Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Pt Elliot 1859 but now of Hobart Town Tas 1863 Application 3902.

WATSON, John clerk in holy orders formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Prahran near Melbourne Vic 1863 Memorial 144/188

WATSON, John Clerk in Holy Orders formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Brunswick Vic 1898 Application 23551.

No 3

WATSON, John blacksmith Norwood 1851[-1852] Memorial 218/38

No 4

WATSON, John farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 486/48

No 5

WATSON, John farmer Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 165/52

No 6

WATSON, John linen draper Devizes, Wilts, England, power of attorney to Charles WATSON storekeeper Golden Valley near Adelaide, to manage his SA properties and other investments 11/11/1854 Deposit 403/1855

No 7

WATSON, John farmer Truro 1857 Memorial 220/120

WATSON, John farmer Truro 1876 Application 15021.

No 8

WATSON, John Editor Mt Gambier. Trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

WATSON, John newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier 1871[-1877] Memorial 68/254

WATSON, John publisher Mt Gambier 1876 Memorial 139/292

WATSON, John editor Border Watch newspaper Mt Gambier 1881 Memorial 4/333

WATSON, John newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19519.

WATSON, John JP of Mt Gambier 1892 Memorial 195/414

No 9 - perhaps the same person

WATSON, John labourer Alberton 1874 Application 13327

WATSON, John machinist Alberton 1903, declared that he had arrived in Pt Adelaide during June 1865 Application 24628

No 10

WATSON, John farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

WATSON, John and Robert of the Hundred of Wandearah 1885 Memorial 168/372

No 11

WATSON, John of Konetta Hundred of Smith Co Robe 1894 Memorial 14/421

No 12

WATSON, John of Rosewater c1895, declared informally that he had 'jumped' Block 5 in Rosewater. He was about to depart for WA, and gave the land to William THOMAS mariner Rosewater Application 27375

No 1

WATSON, John Henry builder Maylands 1891 Application 22103.

WATSON, John Henry builder formerly of Maylands but now of Kent Town 1893 Memorial 94/417

WATSON, John Henry builder formerly of Maylands but now of Norwood 1897 Application 23287.

WATSON, Jonas farmer Middleton 1894 Application 22634

No 1

WATSON, Joseph mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 414/71

WATSON, Joseph mechanic Queenstown 1862 Memorial 66/186

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WATSON, Joseph bricklayer Queenstown 1856[-1870] Memorial 14/111

No 1

WATSON, Joseph James gentleman Wentworth NSW 1879 Memorial 236/316

WATSON, Joseph James gentleman formerly of Wentworth NSW but now of Adelaide 1885 Memorial 50/367

WATSON , Marshal merchant’s clerk Pt Adelaide, son of Joseph Watson deceased 1880 Application 18061

No 1

WATSON, Mary Ann widow Section 276 near Adelaide and Henry Watson farmer of the same section 1849 Memorial 432/14

WATSON, Mary Ann widow Kensington 1849 Memorial 240/15

WATSON, Mary Ann widow Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 402/99

WATSON, Michael farmer The Meadows 1877 Application 15810

WATSON, Murray Harvey storeman 113 Kenilworth Road, Parkside 1948 Memorial 70/523

WATSON, Reginald John Riddoch newspaper proprietor Mt Gambier 1934 Application 28686

WATSON, Reuben farmer Mitcham 1855 Memorial 266/84

WATSON, Richard carpenter Stirling East 1888 Application 21469

No 1

WATSON, Robert farmer Mt Rat. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

WATSON, Robert farmer Mt Rat Yorke Peninsula 1891 Memorial 112/410

No 2

WATSON, Robert farmer Wandearah West. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

WATSON, Robert Brough 53 bachelor Esquire Swanland Manor, Yorks, England (Father: Robert Brough) married Maria DAVENPORT 42 spinster Headington (Father: George Davenport) on 23/6/1855 Headington parish church, Oxon, England Application 19392

WATSON, Sarah spinster Middleton 1883 Memorial 18/354

No 1

WATSON, Thomas labourer Magill 1842 Memorial 199/16

No 2

WATSON, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1867[-1875] Memorial 235/218

WATSON, Thomas farmer [lot 31 Montague Farms] Dry Creek 1868 Memorial 234/227

No 1

WATSON, Thomas Chalmers sheepfarmer Point Brown 1880 Memorial 235/328

WATSON, Thomas Chalmers gentleman Point Brown Run near Streaky Bay 1881 Memorial 168/336

No 1

WATSON, Thomas George of Middleton 1874 Memorial 202/271

WATSON, Thomas George formerly of Middleton but now railway porter Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 103/368

WATSON, Thomas George railway employee Mt Barker Junction 1904 Memorial 60/452

WATSON, Thomas George railway employee Pt Elliot 1907 Memorial 26/457

WATSON, Thomas George railway employee Ambleside and Mary Jane Watson his wife 1922 Memorial 119/485

WATSON, Thomas George railway employee formerly of Ambleside but now of Forestville and Mary Jane Watson his wife 1933 Memorial 94/507

No 2

WATSON, Thomas George butcher Strathalbyn 1900 Application 24077

WATSON, Walter Allan accountant Goodwood South 1916 Application 26514

No 1

WATSON, William storeman Robe 1863[-1866] Memorial 320/189

No 2

WATSON, William farmer Terowie. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1879[-1903] Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WATSON, William farmer Lochiel 1882 Memorial 12/348

WATSON, William farmer Snowtown 1883 Memorial 197/352

No 4

WATSON, William labourer Middleton 1893 Application 22463

WATSON, William Aidrie bookkeeper Yongala 1882 Application 20232

No 1

WATSON, William Harcourt the Younger government overseer Bagot Well 1884 Memorial 141/360

WATSON, William Harcourt the Younger Hundred of Wonna 1885 Memorial 9/370

WATSON, William Wedd surveyor Mt Gambier 1868[-1872] Memorial 20/234

No 1

WATT, Archibald engineer Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 75/378

WATT, Archibald engineer Pt Adelaide, died 9/1/1887 intestate. Possibly a relative, Andrew Watt farmer Balbarton near Kirkaldy, Co Fife, Scotland Memorial 45/388

WATT, Archibald engineer Pt Adelaide, died 9/1/1887 Birkenhead, intestate. Estate worth £1,300 Application 21406

No 1

WATT, Charles Davidson Minister of the Gospel Kensington 1858 Memorial 48/137

WATT, Charles Davidson Congregational Minister Alberton 1863 Memorial 79/191

WATT, Charles Davidson Minister of the Gospel formerly of Kensington 1858 but now of Meningie 1874 Application 13489.

WATT, Cuthbert Bernard clerk formerly of Yatala but now of Cheltenham 1925 Memorial 75/498

No 1

WATT, David farmer Yatina. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

WATT, David farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

No 1

WATT, Hugh draper Norwood 1859[-1862] Memorial 205/160

WATT, Hugh accountant Norwood 1864 Memorial 178/196

WATT, Hugh commercial traveller Kensington 1886 Memorial 51/379

WATT, Hugh formerly commercial traveller Kensington but now of Sydney NSW 1890 Memorial 107/405

WATT, Hugh gentleman Tiervarna, Putney Hill, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to JJ SYMES solicitor Pt Darwin Northern Territory, to sell the unexpired portion of his gold mining lease to the Northern Territory Gold Fields of Australian Ltd for £2,000 24/10/1898. [Is this the same Hugh Watt in partnership with James PRICE as linen drapers in Adelaide, who became a bankrupt in 1864??] Deposit 8/1899

No 1

WATT, James clerk to Mr STEVENSON solicitor Adelaide 1870 Memorial 66/250

No 2

WATT, James gentleman Payneham 1876 Memorial 33/289

No 3

WATT, James farmer near Woodside linked with Ruth Watt farmer Woodside 1880[-1903] Memorial 37/321

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATT, John farmer the Bremer 1859 Application 616

WATT, John farmer Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 138/200

WATT, John farmer Thornfield near Strathalbyn 1869 Application 10448

No 1

WATT, Robert clerk to LM CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 80/316

No 2

WATT, Robert farmer Rochester Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

WATT, Robert farmer Belalie 1880 Memorial 12/343

WATT, Robert farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 426 County Dalhousie

WATT, Robert farmer formerly of Belalie but now of Strathalbyn 1907 Memorial 65/457

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

WATT, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1886 Application 20916

WATT, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1886[-1899] Memorial 148/379

WATT, Robert farmer Strathalbyn 1900 Application 24077

No 4

WATT, Robert contractor Strathalbyn 1953 Memorial 89/528

No 1

WATT, Thomas the Younger farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 149/99

No 2

WATT, Thomas labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

No 1

WATT, William farmer North Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant Memorial 151/139

WATT, William farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1861 Memorial 249/172

WATT, William farmer formerly of North Adelaide 1854 but now of the Western Branch Hundred of Onkaparinga 1864 Application 5015

No 2

WATT, William farmer Meadows Creek Pt Lincoln 1904 Application 24908

WATT, William Gordon farmer Strathalbyn 1940[-1941] Memorial 16/515, Application 28296

WATT, William W watchmaker Waikerie 1899 Memorial 149/443

WATTCHOW, Carl Wilhelm Hermann of Morgan 1885 Memorial 167/364

WATTCHOW, Hermann Friedrich Carl of Morgan 1886[-1887] Memorial 149/374

WATTERS, Hugh carrier Pt Augusta Co Frome. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 7 County Newcastle

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WATTERS, John linked with Section 80 Hundred of Curramulka Co Fergusson 1885 Memorial 119/368

WATTERS, John farmer Curramulka 1892 Memorial 128/413

WATTERS, Joseph farmer near Angaston 1862 Application 3263

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WATTERS, William miner Allen Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 262/39

WATTERS, William the Elder and William Watters the Younger farmers Willunga 1855[-1857] Memorial 299/86

WATTERS, William the Elder farmer Willunga 1855[-1857] Memorial 39/106

WATTERS, William the Younger farmer Willunga and Mary Waters his wife formerly Mary THOMAS widow of the late William Tyrie Thomas formerly farmer Willunga but now deceased 1855 Memorial 259/92

WATTERS, William farmer Aldinga and Lenora Watters his wife 1866 Memorial 78/259

WATTERS, Mary widow Willunga 1871 Memorial 54/253

WATTERS, William the Elder farmer Willunga had at least three sons - the eldest unknown, the second called William Watters the Younger, and the third Stephen Watters farmer Willunga. William Watters the Younger married in c1855, but left by sea in Feb 1857 for the Victorian diggings, leaving his wife with his father. Following two letters back home in 1857-1858, the family heard no more of William Watters the Younger. His brother, Stephen Watters, visited Vic in 1862 to try to find any information. He asked his cousins, William and Thomas WATERS (one T) of Euroka Hill, Castlemaine, about William Watters of SA, but they had not seen him since 1857. The family presumed William Watters the Younger dead in 1866 Application 7907

WATTERS, William the Elder farmer formerly of Aldinga but then late of Willunga, died 31/3/1872. Estate worth £780. His whole estate to his wife, Lenora Watters of Aldinga absolutely. Mrs Watters died c1875. She left real estate to Johanna WILLIAMS wife of Peter Williams farmer Willunga in trust for life, then to Alfred Williams (2nd son) by 1895 farmer Carramulka, and Lenora Williams (eldest daughter), children of Johanna Williams absolutely in remainder expectant. Lenora Hannah Williams 23 Willunga (Father: Peter Williams) married William POINTON 27 farmer Curramulka (Father; William Pointon) on 7/11/1883 Willunga Wesleyan Chapel. Minister: Charles H GOLDSMITH. Witnesses: Thomas MCBURNEY farmer Aldinga and Sarah Ann WILLIAMS of Willunga Application 22895

WATTING, Robert farmer Gumeracha 1853 Memorial 447/51

No 1

WATTS, Alfred cashier to the SA Company 1845 Memorial 89/5

WATTS, Alfred Esquire Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 10 County Adelaide

WATTS, Henry Esquire Half pay Lieutenant in HM Service. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide

WATTS, Alfred Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 393/41

WATTS, Alfred Esquire Adelaide 1854 'one of the undertakers for the construction, completion and management of the Adelaide City and Port railway' Memorial 485/75

WATTS, Alfred merchant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 29/331

WATTS, Alfred merchant Adelaide (Register Chambers, Grenfell St) 1874 Memorial 213/278

WATTS, Alfred Edward farmer Winnowie 1886 Memorial 157/377

WATTS, Alfred John mason Wallaroo 1903 Memorial 206/449

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

WATTS, Benjamin butcher Steelton on the Dirty Light 1875[-1892] Memorial 78/283

WATTS, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Bundey 1885 Memorial 87/367

WATTS, Benjamin butcher and grazier Steelton on the Dirty Light 1902 Memorial 56/446

WATTS, Benjamin butcher Steelton on the Dirty Light 1903 Memorial 78/451

WATTS, Benjamin butcher Steelton, died c1903. Husband of Isabella Watts. Father of Arthur Robert Watts butcher Steelton. Executors; Jasper Clyatt COLEBATCH accountant Saddleworth and Henry Walter POUNSETT solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 152/473

No 1

WATTS, Charles Esquire Adelaide 1854 Memorial 158/73

No 2

WATTS, Charles labourer Adelaide 1884[-1886] Memorial 9/361

No 1

WATTS, Charles Hammond gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 182/86

WATTS, Charles Hammond formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Edward Meade BAGOT gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 15/3/1855 Deposit 290/1855

WATTS, Clarence Arthur and Lloyd John Watts bacon curers Murray Bridge 1937 Memorial 197/510

No 1

WATTS, Edmund farmer near Mt Barker 1857[-1858] Memorial 180/116

WATTS, Edmund formerly farmer Mt Barker 1856 but now sheep farmer Murray River 1866 Application 7840

WATTS, Edmund of Callington and Elizabeth Watts his wife 1885 Application 20639

WATTS, Elizabeth widow Grove Rd, Box Hill Vic 1910 owned land in Callington Memorial 140/463

WATTS, Edwin farmer Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 481/89

WATTS, Elsie May spinster Black Springs 1961, declared that she had been born on 8/2/1898. She was a sister to Leslie John Watts of Waterloo Application 29424

WATTS, FJ gardener Bridgewater 1879 Memorial 161/316

WATTS, Florence Hilda nurse Goolwa or Milang? 1918 Memorial 143/477

No 1

WATTS, George livery stable keeper Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 247/14

WATTS, George gentleman Norwood 1851[-1854]Memorial 333/33

WATTS, George Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Norwood 1853 Memorial 195/55

WATTS, George livery stable keeper Adelaide, possessed of considerable property in the province, about to depart for some considerable time, power of attorney to John HECTOR Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/12/1850. Land at Norwood and in the Hundred of Noarlunga. By 21/7/1874, G Watts was a gentleman of Knap Hill House, Wells, Somerset, England; power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide, to effect the sale of land in Norwood to Joseph Eldin MOULDEN Enrolment 3/11, Deposit 286/1875

WATTS, George gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Knap Hill House near Wells, Somerset, England 1860. He owned Watts Buildings on Town Acre 140 on the west side of King William St, Adelaide, which he leased to Thomas Gattay BROWN tailor Adelaide Memorial 237/167

WATTS, George gentleman Knap Hill House, near Wells, Somerset, power of attorney to John BULLOCK agent Franklin St, Adelaide, to manage ‘my dwelling houses, land and hereditaments situate in Adelaide aforesaid and elsewhere within the said colony’, in the place of Edward WRIGHT 17/5/1860 Deposit 341/OA

WATTS, George Esquire formerly of Norwood but now residing in England (Knap Hill House, Wells, Somerset] 1876 Application 15586

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WATTS, George butcher Kooringa 1856 Burra Burra General Land and Building Co trustee Memorial 440/98

WATTS, George gentleman Kooringa 1858 Memorial 208/139

No 3

WATTS, George [Is this George Blencowe Watts] labourer Saddleworth 1859 Saddleworth Primitive Methodist trustee Memorial 176/160

No 1

WATTS, George Alfred carpenter Kent Town 1855 Memorial 266/93

WATTS, George Alfred carpenter formerly of Kent Town but now of Woodside 1857 Memorial 34/125

WATTS, George Alfred carpenter near Woodside 1865 Memorial 116/204

No 1

WATTS, George Blencowe farmer Black Springs and Francisco Watts his wife [perhaps a daughter of Royston Roberts?]. Links with the Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel 1901 Memorial 5/444, Application 28122

WATTS, George mail contractor Black Springs 1912 Memorial 34/467

WATTS, George Blencowe mail driver Black Springs 1915 Memorial 99/472

WATTS, George Blencowe (sometimes known as George Watts) mail contractor Black Springs, died 12/8/1928 Memorial 106/523

WATTS, George Blencowe boundary rider Black Springs near Kooringa, died 12/8/1928. Husband of Frances Watts Memorial 196/502

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WATTS, George John labourer Salisbury 1854[-1857] Memorial 88/76

WATTS, George John of Saddleworth 1863 Memorial 170/208

No 1 - probably the same person

WATTS, George William painter Adelaide 1871[-1881] Memorial 149/255

WATTS, George William painter Norwood 1886 Application 20891

WATTS, H clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 232/319

No 1

WATTS, Henry Esquire Adelaide and WATTS, John late Captain in HM 73d Regiment 1841 Memorial 46/28

WATTS, Henry Esquire formerly of St John Wood but now of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 263/46

WATTS, Henry Esquire Ardneave near the Sturt 1842[-1843] Memorial 299/2

WATTS, Henry Esquire Fiddown Sturt River 1843 Memorial 221/3

WATTS, Henry Esquire Ardneave near Adelaide 1851 Memorial 33/38

WATTS, Henry Esquire formerly of the Sturt now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 242/48

WATTS, Henry Esquire formerly of Fiddown, near Adelaide, but now of Adelaide, about to leave the province to live in Ireland, power of attorney to John Tuthill BAGOT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/2/1853 Deposit 89/OA

WATTS, Henry Esquire formerly of Fiddown near Adelaide but now of The Brooks near Macclesfield and his wife, Hannah Watts nee Hannah CONWAY 1862 Memorial 329/182

WATTS, Hannah widow Marryatville 1863 Memorial 333/191

WATTS, Hannah widow Kensington relict of the late Henry Watts Esquire formerly of Fiddown near Adelaide and then The Brooks near Macclesfield but now deceased 1871 Memorial 148/255

WATTS, Hannah widow of Henry Watts gentleman Ringmore Rd Marryatville, died 31/8/1886, of senile decay, aged 89 Application 21770

No 1

WATTS, Henry James butcher Dawesley 1891 Memorial 207/410

WATTS, Henry James butcher Dawesley became a bankrupt in 1893 Memorial 170/418

WATTS, Henry James labourer Dawesley 1915 Application 26474

WATTS, Henry James labourer Dawesley, died 31/3/1936 Mt Barker. His £202 estate to be sold in trust and divided equally amongst those children who had survived their father. Sons Clarence Arthur Watts and Lloyd John Watts bacon curers Murray Bridge were named as trustees Application 28052

WATTS, Hope Robert George and WATTS, Reginald Albert Joseph brickmakers Native Valley. Harrogate Methodist Church trustees 1945 Application 28410

No 1

WATTS, James labourer formerly of Adelaide 1839 labourer now of Willunga 1842 Application 19029

No 2

WATTS, James gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 184/110

No 1

WATTS, Jane gentlewoman Kooringa 1859 Memorial 310/153

WATTS, Jane widow Kooringa 1862 Memorial 346/186

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WATTS, Jeremiah bricklayer Hindmarsh 1840 Basham’s Village near Pt Adelaide 1842. Husband of Christian Watts Application 19029.

WATTS, Jeremiah bricklayer Hindmarsh 1842 Memorial 44/2 WATTS, Jeremiah bricklayer Basham’s Village near Pt Adelaide , and Christian Watts his wife 1842 Memorial 267/2

WATTS, Jeremiah farmer Little Para 1847[-1854] Memorial 179/8

WATTS, Jeremiah farmer The Para 1853 Memorial 78/49

WATTS, Jeremiah farmer Para Plains 1853[-1854] Memorial 25/58

WATTS, Jeremiah and John farmers Para Plains 1855 Memorial 144/85

WATTS, Jeremiah farmer The Gilbert 1854 Memorial 160/75

WATTS, Jeremiah farmer Stockport 1858[-1877] Stockport District School trustee Memorial 58/152

WATTS, Jeremiah formerly plasterer Hindmarsh but now farmer Stockport 1862 Memorial 129/185

WATTS, Jeremiah the Elder farmer Stockport on the Gilbert, died 10/3/1890. Father of Jeremiah Watts the Younger farmer Stockport Memorial 84/405

WATTS, Annie Maria Elizabeth of Stockport, widow of Jeremiah Watts the Younger farmer Stockport, who died 1895 Application 25182

No 1

WATTS, John formerly tailor, then brickmaker Hindmarsh, but now brickmaker and farmer Nairne He bought lot 2 Hindmarsh in 1837/1838 GM STEPHEN personally handed him the deeds to the land on the ground. John Watts built his own house on the southern portion of the allotment, where he lived for many years. In 1845, he sold the northern portion of the allotment to Gabriel RYDE miller Adelaide. Application 7804

WATTS, John brickmaker and farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Nairne 1866 Application 7804

No 2

WATTS, John land owner Little Para 1850[-1855] Memorial 330/25

WATTS, John farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 67 County Adelaide

WATTS, John farmer of the Gilbert 1854 Memorial 202/76

WATTS, John farmer Section 128 on the Light 1855[-1865] Memorial 145/85

WATTS, John farmer The Gilbert 1854 Memorial 31/167

WATTS, John farmer Amberly near Stockport 1858 Memorial 21/141 Stockport District School trustee 1858 Memorial 58/152

WATTS, John innkeeper Stockport 1863 Memorial 275/191

WATTS, John farmer Stockport 1864[-1865] Memorial 205/199

WATTS, John farmer Section 128 on the Light Hundred of Alma 1865 Application 6756.

WATTS, John of Stockport West 1865 Application 6354.

WATTS, John gentleman Stockport on the Gilbert and Charlotte Watts his wife 1866 Application 7201

WATTS, John formerly farmer Little Para 1853 but now storekeeper Stockport on the Gilbert 1867 Application 8198

WATTS, John farmer formerly of Stockport but now of Appila Yarrowie linked with James Watts farmer of Appila Yarrowie  1877 Memorial 102/302

WATTS, John farmer Appila. Trustee unnamed school. Hundred of Appila land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 491 County Frome

WATTS, John farmer Stockport on the Gilbert Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

No 3

WATTS, John Postmaster-General Adelaide 1854 Memorial 147/75

WATTS, John Esquire Nairney House, North Adelaide 1862 Memorial 156/185

No 4

WATTS, John farmer Winninowie. Miranda (Hundred of Winninowie) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 785 County Frome

No 5

WATTS, John dairyman Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19207.

No 6

WATTS, John butcher Kapunda 1892 Application 22404.

No 7

WATTS, John Wesleyan Methodist minister Pt Wakefield 1886 Grant Book 27 Page 146 County Gawler

WATTS, John Methodist minister Prospect 1913 Memorial 145/468

WATTS, John Mitchell butcher Kapunda 1890 Memorial 198/403

No 1

WATTS, Joseph blacksmith Nairne 1858 Memorial 276/145

WATTS, Joseph blacksmith Nairne 1867 Application 1170

WATTS, Joseph formerly blacksmith Nairne, but now brickmaker Dawesley 1902 Application 24449

WATTS, Joseph Horsell and Albert Robert Christopher Watts brickmakers Nairne 1931 Application 27833

No 1

WATTS, Joseph John gardener Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 185/27

WATTS, Joseph John fruiterer Sydney NSW 1851 Memorial 9/36

WATTS, Joseph John gardener near Paramatta NSW 1854 Memorial 301/68

WATTS, Joseph John gardener formerly of Hindmarsh 1850 but now of Smithfield NSW 1863 Application 4003

WATTS, Joseph John gentleman Smithfield near Sydney NSW. He owned land in SA 1871 Memorial 123/253

WATTS, Jane widow Smithfield near Sydney NSW relict of the late Joseph John Watts formerly of Smithfield now deceased. She inherited land at Woodville from him 1874 Memorial 150/274

No 1

WATTS, Kenneth Blake butcher Steelton on the Dirty Light. Pancharpoo Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 128/475

WATTS, Kenneth Blake butcher Aberdeen near Kooringa 1926[-1936] Memorial 74/495

WATTS, Luke Theophilus storekeeper Littlehampton 1879[-1892] Memorial 58/316

WATTS, Luke Theophilus brickmaker Littlehampton and Louisa Emma Watts his wife 1893 Application 22447

WATTS, Luke Theophilus storekeeper Littlehampton 1884 Application 20275

WATTS, Luke Theophilus storekeeper Littlehampton and Frances Watts his wife 1913 Application 26251

No 1

WATTS, Mark son of the late George Watts of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 328/145

WATTS, Mark gentleman Kooringa 1859 Memorial 47/150

WATTS, Mark butcher Kooringa 1860 Memorial 168/166

WATTS, Mark dealer Kooringa 1864 Memorial 54/195

WATTS, Mark gentleman formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1868 Memorial 235/235

WATTS, Mark butcher Kapunda 1874 Application 13303

WATTS, Mark butcher Kapunda 1883[-1886] Memorial 75/352

WATTS, Mark dealer Kapunda became a bankrupt in 1890 Memorial 221/406

No 1 - likely to be the same person FIND CHECK

WATTS, Richard yeoman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 60/60

WATTS, Richard stone mason Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 76/147

WATTS, Richard labourer Mt Barker, died 20/3/1863 Mt Barker intestate, of old age, aged 63. Husband of Sarah Watts, who continued to live in Mt Barker until her own death on 5/3/1875 intestate, of dysentery, aged 65. In 1902, Walter James Watts farmer Pt Pirie stated. He was 62 and one of the children of Richard Watts and his wife, Sarah Watts, nee Davis. The Richard Watts married in the Clerkenwall parish church, Middlesex, England (no date given). Family - Alfred John Watts b 18/8/1839. Walter James Watts born 24/12/1841; Emily Jane Watts born 13/7/1843; Rebecca Sarah Watts born 10/12/1847 now the wife of George Cameron blacksmith Mt Barker Application 24504

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WATTS, Richard Naish dealer Adelaide 1838 Application 18957.

WATTS, Richard Naish joiner Adelaide 1838 Application 23296.

WATTS, Richard Nash carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 23960.

WATTS, Richard Naish no description but owned land at Walkerville 1844 Memorial 213/4

WATTS, Richard Nash carpenter and joiner North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 402/10

WATTS, Robert farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1863[-1879] Memorial 84/192

WATTS, Samuel of Murray Bridge 1888 Memorial 217/389

No 1

WATTS, Thomas dairyman Wallaroo Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 78 County Daly

WATTS, Thomas dairyman Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

No 2

WATTS, Thomas farmer Stockport 1897 Application 23276

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WATTS, W farmer Hundred of Pirie 1885 Memorial 183/371

WATTS, Walter farmer Hundred of Pirie 1886 Memorial 128/379

No 1

WATTS, Walter William of North Adelaide 1885 Memorial 67/372

WATTS, Walter William builder North Adelaide 1892 Memorial 66/413

No 1

WATTS, William farmer Mt Pleasant 1865 Memorial 236/206

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WATTS, William butcher Kooringa 1865[-1872] Memorial 196/204

WATTS, William butcher and farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 175 County Burra

WATTS, William sheep farmer Kooringa 1876 Memorial 17/290

No 3

WATTS, William gentleman Adelaide 1882 Application 19477.

No 4

WATTS, William market gardener Mt Lofty linked with Ellen Watts of Golden Grove. These people had an interest in the Mininnie Run near Mannahill 1888 Memorial 191/390

No 5

WATTS, William farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1889 Memorial 173/400

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WAUCHOPE, Charles Patrick accountant Millswood 1900[-1912] Memorial 157/441

WAUCHOPE, Charles P confectioner Avenue St, Millswood 1918 Application 26693

No 1

WAUCHOPE, George farmer Para Plains 1853[-1855] Memorial 104/48

WAUCHOPE, George farmer Salisbury 1860 Memorial 105/161

No 2

WAUCHOPE, George accountant Kadina husband of Jane Wauchope and father of Nancy Jessie Wauchope 1875. By 1887, Nancy Jessie Wauchope had become the wife of Robert John NOBES accountant Kadina Memorials 231 & 243/381

No 3

WAUCHOPE, George died 12/4/1875 Memorial 45/406

No 1 - the Elder

WAUCHOPE, John farmer Happy Valley 1847. The Elder and the Younger farmers Happy Valley 1852 Enrolment 13/19

WAUCHOPE, John the Elder linked with William Neilson Wauchope and John Wauchope the Younger all farmers Happy Valley 1852 Memorial 470/39

WAUCHOPE, John farmer O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial 294/79

WAUCHOPE, John farmer Brownhill Creek 1856 Memorial 455/97

WAUCHOPE, John the Elder gentleman Salisbury 1862 Memorial 113/183

WAUCHOPE, John gentleman Salisbury, too ill to transact business, power of attorney to his wife, Agnes Allan WAUCHOPE, to manage his affairs 12/1/1863 Deposit 7/1863

WAUCHOPE, John of Salisbury, died 1864. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Agnes Allan Wauchope, for life or until her remarriage, then his estate to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of his first wife - George Andrew Wauchope, William Neilson Wauchope, John Wylie Wauchope, Anne Fisher Wauchope, Elizabeth Wylie Wauchope, Andrew Wauchope, and Peter Neilson Wauchope Memorial 171/201

No 2 - the Younger

WAUCHOPE, John the Younger farmer Happy Valley 1854 Memorial 131/80

WAUCHOPE, John the Younger and William Neilson Wauchope farmers formerly of Happy Valley but now of the North Para River 1856 Memorial 333/110

WAUCHOPE, John the Younger and William Neil Wauchope farmers Little Para 1858 Memorial 73/133

WAUCHOPE, John the Younger farmer North Para River 1858 Memorial 210/137

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WAUCHOPE, John farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1887 Memorial 102/388

WAUCHOPE, John Wylie farmer Mundoora. Trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WAUCHOPE, Patrick brewer Salisbury 1854[-1855] Memorial 429/75

WAUCHOPE, Patrick Neilson brewer Salisbury 1854[-1860] Memorial 335/66

No 1

WAUCHOPE, WN farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 150/55

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 407/79

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson and John the Younger farmers Happy Valley 1854 Memorial 147/62

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson and John the Younger farmers formerly of Happy Valley but now of the Little Para 1855 Memorial 13/90

WAUCHOPE, WIlliam Neilson storekeeper Salisbury 1857 Memorial 347/123

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson cornfactor Salisbury 1862 Memorial 277/182

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson agent Salisbury 1862 Memorial 29/186

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson gentleman Salisbury 1863 Application 28112

WAUCHOPE, WN auctioneer Salisbury 1865 Memorial 94/204

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson formerly corn factor Salisbury 1862 but now clerk Adelaide 1869 Application 10040

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson formerly of Salisbury, but now of Goolwa, Betsy ROBERTSON widow Glenelg, and John ROBERTSON gentleman Glenelg, trustees for £200 investment in land at Kensington, out of the estate of Adam ROBERTSON farmer Golden Grove, for the benefit of Betsy Baine CORSTAN no description, the daughter of Adam Robertson 5/3/1881 Deposit 138/1883

No 2

WAUCHOPE, William Neilson farmer Linwood Co Light. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 367 County Daly

No 1

WAUGH, Thomas gentleman East Auburn 1866 Memorial 57/210

WAUGH, Thomas gentleman Fowler Bay 1867 Memorial 103/221

No 1

WAUGH, William labourer Naracoorte. Hundred of Jessie land grant 1875 Grant Book 50 Page 257 County Robe

WAUGH, William farmer Hynam North 1889 Memorial 20/397

WAY, Catherine widow North Adelaide 1886[-1893] Memorial 174/373

WAY, Charles William stovemaker 40 George St, Thebarton 1935, declared he had lived there for about 20 years Application 27989

No 1

WAY, Edward Willis medical practitioner Adelaide (North Tce) 1890 Memorial 119/406

WAY, Edward Willis Bachelor of Medicine Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Sydney Edwin BEACH broker Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/9/1891 Deposit 50/1891

WAY, Francis James Bible Christia Minister Kooringa 1859 Memorial 146/160

No 1

WAY, James Minister of the Gospel Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1853 Memorial 274/55

WAY, James of Adelaide SA Temperance Freehold Land & Building Society trustee 1853 Memorial 70/48

WAY, James Minister Clarendon 1857 Memorial 161/129

WAY, James Minister of the Gospel formerly of Adelaide but now of Kooringa 1859[-1860] Memorial 180/154

WAY, James Minister of the Gospel Gawler River 1862 Memorial 310/182

WAY, James Bible Christian Minister formerly of Kooringa but now of Gawler River 1862 Memorial 284/192

WAY, James Bible Christian Minister Brompton, power of attorney to his son, Samuel James WAY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 23/4/1864 Deposit 308/1864

WAY, James Minister of the Gospel Adelaide, at present on a visit to Europe 1865 Memorial 243/203

WAY, James Minister of the Gospel formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1872 Application 12029.

WAY, James Bible Christian minister Noarlunga, died 14/8/1884 Sea View Noarlunga, of pulmonary apoplexy, aged 80 Application 24399.

WAY, James Bible Christian Minister Sea View Noarlunga, died 14/8/1884, of pulmonary apoplexy, aged 84 Application 20383.

WAY, James Oliver wheelwright Willunga 1902 Application 24399

WAY, John farmer Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 262/172

WAY, John Nicholas farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 437 County Fergusson

WAY, Matthew Henry farmer Cowell 1905 Memorial 50/454

WAY, Richard Henry butcher Norwood 1854 Memorial 412/63

WAY, Robert storekeeper Bowden 1869 Memorial 42/237

No 1

WAY, SJ clerk to John T BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 358/66

WAY, SJ clerk to A ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 439/83

WAY, SJ clerk to Messrs ATKINSON & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide & Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 243/96

WAY, SJ clerk to Messrs ATKINSON & ANDREWS solicitors Adelaide 1857 Memorial 92/515

WAY, SJ clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1858[-1860] Memorial 9/143

WAY, Samuel James Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James BROOK Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 26/4/1869 Deposit 229/1869

No 1

WAY, Thomas Begbie watchmaker and jeweller 1880 Memorial 141/325

WAY, Thomas Begbie jeweller Melbourne Vic and senior partner in the firm of L HENN & Co lithograph printers Adelaide 1884 Memorial 238/358

WAY, Thomas Begbie jeweller Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Francis Hugh SNOW of Adelaide, to manage his senior partnership in the Adelaide firm of L Henn & Co, lithographic printers 29/3/1884 Deposit 119/1884

WAY, Thomas Begbie watchmaker and jeweller formerly of Adelaide but then of Melbourne, became a bankrupt in 1884 Memorial 88/359

No 1

WAY, Walter miner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 71 County Daly

WAY, Walter of the Hundred of Wallaroo Co Daly 1887 Memorial 180/387

WAY, William John Edward labourer Pt Augusta 1914 Memorial 63/471

No 1

WAYE, James wheelwright Willunga 1863 Memorial 121/188

WAYE, James wheelwright Willunga 1870 Application 10772

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WAYE, John the Younger miller Aldinga 1857 Memorial 223/129

WAYE, John miller Aldinga 1885 Application 20489

WAYE, John the Younger miller formerly of Aldinga late of Willunga, died October 1904 . His wife, Dinah Waye, died 24/1/1905. Linked with William George Waye farmer and Mary Jane Waye spinster both of Willunga 1905 Application 24995

WAYE, John miller Willunga, died 25/10/1904. Husband of Dinah Waye 1904 Memorial 99/452

WAYE, Dinah widow Willunga, died 24/1/1905. Mother of William George Waye farmer Willunga and Mary Jane Way spinster Willunga Memorial 179/452

WAYE, Milly spinster formerly of Willunga but now of 373 The Esplanade, Henley Beach. Daughter of James Oliver Way no description 1949 Memorial 122/523

WAYE, William Thomas blacksmith McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

No 1

WAYGOOD, Matthew tradesman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 486/26

WAYGOOD, Matthew gentleman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 495/53

WAYGOOD, Sarah widow Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 361/147

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WAYLAND, James farmer Gepps Cross 1853[-1855] Memorial 393/49

WAYLAND, James farmer Enfield 1854 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 245/77

WAYLAND, James farmer formerly of Gepps Cross but now of Armagh near Clare 1858 Memorial 88/135

WAYLAND, James I teacher Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 292/183

No 1

WAYLAND, James Stuart Primitive Methodist Minister Roseworthy 1865 Memorial 56/208

WAYLAND, James Stuart Primitive Methodist Minister Saddleworth 1868 Memorial 90/232

WAYLAND, J Stuart minister of the gospel Adelaide (Franklin St) 1879 Memorial 20/316

WAYMAN, Andrew farmer Hill River, died c1885. His wife called Frances Wayman. Children - Frank Wayman, and Antonina NIEMIETZ wife of Thomas Niemietz Memorial 204/367

WAYMAN, Frank farmer Hill River 1886 Application 20998

No 1

WAYMAN, Joseph Frederick labourer Sevenhill 1950 Memorial 58/525

WAYMAN, Joseph Frederick retired Sevenhill, aged 66 in 1952, declared that he had lived in the district for over 30 years Application 28890

No 1

WAYMOUTH, Bryant gentleman North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 130/80

WAYMOUTH, Bryant gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 147/46

WAYTH, Edmund Smith gentleman Norwood 1860 Memorial 256/162, Application 3448

No 1

WEAL, George mounted police corporal Willunga 1854 Memorial 372/69

WEAL, George formerly mounted police corporal but now farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 31/95

WEAL, Henry Walter farmer Waitpinga 1859 Memorial 114/157

WEALSHIRE, William farmer Lake Wangary. Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 177 Page 179 County Flinders

WEAR, Emma spinster Adelaide 1857 Memorial 452/40

WEAR, Harriet Prideaux spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 332/51

WEAR, Margaret Jane widow 75 King St, Alberton 1949. Linked with Clarence Albert Wear labourer 79 King St, Alberton, and his wife Elsie May Wear Application 28643

No 1

WEAR, William butcher Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849 Memorial 182/17

WEAR, William butcher Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 110/28

WEAR, William butcher Kensington and Harriet Wear his wife 1852[-1853] Memorial 380/42

No 1

WEAR, William gentleman Mackay Qld about to marry with Jane nee TREVENEN spinster Marden 1882 Memorial 93/346

WEAR, Jane widow Marden, died 7/8/1918 (nee Jane TREVENEN of Marden relict of the late William Wear gentleman Mackay Qld who died 26/5/1896). Stepmother of Harriet EHSMANN wife of Christian Friedrich Theodor Ehsmann carpenter Mackay. Step-grandmother of Susan Emily ROBERTSON the child of her late step-daughter, Emma CHITTOCK. Sister to the late Eliza PITT and William Andrew Trevenen. Aunt to Emma Jane WICKS, Mabel Mary Trevenen, Eliza HOLDSWORTH, Amelia Jane LAWTON, Clara Emily Pitt, Ada Gertrude Pitt, William Andrew Trevenen, Harry Trevenen, and Frank Birt Trevenen. £200 bequest to her gardener, Charles WOOD of Felixstow. Executor; Henry Wicks nurseryman Felixtow Memorial 163/477

No 1

WEARE, John farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 305/83

WEARE, John farmer formerly of Yankalilla 1855 but now of Inman Valley 1868 Application 9428

WEARE, John farmer Inman Valley 1892 Memorial 81/413

No 1

WEARING, Alexander gentleman formerly of Morphett Vale, but now of Kendal, England 1851 Memorial 270/33

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEARING, Alexander farmer Greenock Creek 1852 Memorial 275/64

WEARING, Alexander gentleman Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 269/121

WEARING, Alexander stockkeeper Mt Remarkable 1858 Memorial 225/137

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WEARING, Alexander sheep farmer Coad Creek near Bull Creek [Excellent list of sheep farming equipment, including household utensils] 1867 Memorial 40/225

WEARING, Allan Walter farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

WEARING, CH of Greenhill Creek 1848 Memorial 45/12

No 1

WEARING, WA solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 72/34

WEARING, WA Barrister at law Adelaide 1864 Memorial 324/193

No 1 - probably a continuation from the previous entry

WEARING, William Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 466/49

WEARING, William Alfred agent Adelaide (Exchange Chambers) 1856 Memorial 339/111

WEARING, William Alfred solicitor Adelaide, appointed liquidator for the Kanmantoo Mining and Smelting Co Ltd at meetings held on 4 & 24/4/1866 and published in the SA Government Gazette on 3/5/1866. The Company sold its leasehold land, together with certain machinery, to the New Kanmantoo Mining and Smelting Co Ltd for £1,000 in accordance with a Supreme Court Order made on 19/12/1866 Memorial 151/224

WEARING, William Alfred SA Supreme Court Judge Adelaide 1873 Memorial 239/277

WEARING, William Alfred Judge of the Supreme Court of SA m Jessie CLARK. After he was drowned 26/2/1875, the SA Government settled £4,000 in bonds and shares upon the widow for life or until her second marriage; then to his 3 daughters and 2 sons in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant upon attaining the age of 21. Mrs Jessie WEARING died 8/1/1896. The two sons, Charles Wearing died 15/9/1898 and William Edward WEARING died intestate 23/9/1898, both bachelors. The three daughters, Jessie Blanche MacLACHLAN wife of Andrew MacLachlan physician and surgeon St Brelades, Thurlow Park Road, West Dulwich, Middlesex; Mabel COOPER wife of Frank Towers Cooper one of HM Counsel 41 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland; Mary Florence von Thielau wife of Fredrich Florian von Thielau Army Major, Lamperts Walde bei Dableu, Kingdom of Saxony. Also money from a marriage settlement between the parents to go to the three daughters. The daughters and their husbands (the British trustees) gave power of attorney to Bakewell, Stow and Piper barristers and solicitors Clifton Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, to administer the estate 24/5/1906. The British solicitors were Messrs Blyth, Dutton, Hartley & Blyth, of 112 Gresham House, Old Broad St, London Deposit 38/1908

WEARING, William blacksmith Hundred of Belvidere and Dinah Wearing his wife formerly Dinah HARDCASTLE widow 1862 Memorial 217/182

No 1

WEARING, WE articled clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1882 Memorial 154/337

WEARING, WE articled clerk Adelaide 1895 Memorial 208/423

WEARN, Joseph stockowner Wallaroo Mines. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 241 County Daly

No 1

WEARNE, John miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 20/33

WEARNE, John miner Moonta 1874 Application 27420

No 1

WEARNE, James Nicholas teamster Upper Wakefield 1853 Memorial 4176/60

WEARNE, James Nicholas teamster Auburn 1853[-1856] Memorial 216/57 Auburn Bible Christian Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 345/72

WEARNE, John blacksmith Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1894 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

WEARNE, Reginald Bennett salesman Pt Lincoln 1938 Memorial 151/512, Application 28166

WEARNE, William storekeeper Moonta. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the Hundred of Tiparra 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

WEATHERALL, John of Wakefield St East Adelaide 1868 Memorial 215/233

WEATHERALL, William George farmer Maitland 1886 Memorial 210/375

WEATHERILL, Thomas Methodist minister Salisbury 1913 Memorial 164/468

WEATHERILL, William Foxton master mariner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 199/75

WEATHERHEAD, David gentleman Brighton 1882 Memorial 82/337

WEATHERS, Daniel and John farmers Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 40 Page 8 County Kimberley

No 1

WEATHERS, Patrick farmer Mintaro 1861 Memorial 62/174

WEATHERS, Patrick farmer Mintaro died. He left his affairs to his widow, Catherine Weathers, and his sons John Weathers farmer Mintaro and Daniel Weathers farmer Terowie 1882 Application 19122

No 1

WEAVER, Alfred gentleman Woodlands 1847. Memorial 33/8

WEAVER, Alfred sheep farmer Yorke Peninsula 1853 Memorial 53/49

WEAVER, Alfred gentleman formerly of Yorke Peninsula but now of Norwood 1855 Memorial 156/81

WEAVER, Alfred gentleman formerly of Norwood 1855 but now of Edwardstown 1865 Application 6005

WEAVER, Alfred gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Edwardstown 1871[-1885] Memorial 76/262

WEAVER, Alfred gentleman South Road linked with A Frank Weaver of Edwardstown 1876 Memorial 142/289

WEAVER, Alfred Francis gentleman Glenelg and Fanny Weaver his wife 1893 Memorial 126/416

WEAVER, Alfred Francis Graham usually farmer Bagot Well but now a member of the AIF linked with Anthea Joan Weaver and Ruth Neilson Weaver spinsters Kapunda 1943 Memorial 144/517

No 1

WEAVER, Edward gardener Pt Lincoln 1925, declared that he had lived in Pt Lincoln for 59 years Application 27407.

WEAVER, Edward gardener Pt Lincoln 1927, declared that he had lived in the area for 50 years Application 27613.

WEAVER, Frank Faulkner farmer Bagot Well. His wife, Ruby Isabella Weaver, died 1/12/1937 Kapunda Hospital, of subacute-bacterial endocarditis, aged 54. Born at Fords. Married aged 21. 1 son and 3 daughters living Application 28666

WEAVER, George labourer Yatala and Clara Weaver his wife 1878 Application 16638

No 1

WEAVER, Henry Alexander fitter Gawler 1892 Memorial 182/414

WEAVER, Henry Alexander fitter Willaston, died c1903. By 1919, his widow, Mary Weaver, still lived at Willaston. Perhaps parents of Robin Leslie Weaver labourer Willaston Memorial 190/478

WEAVER, Harold Sidney retired hairdresser 67 Paxton St, Willaston 1957 Application 29241

WEAVER, Mary widow Willaston 1910 Application 25801

WEAVER, Robin Leslie (commonly called Bob Weaver) labourer Queen St, Willaston, aged 69 years in 1961, declared that he had lived in Willaston all his life Application 29430

WEAVER, Ruth Neilson no description, died 21/9/1946. Sister to Isabella Fanny HOPE married woman formerly of Avoca Station near Wentworth NSW but now of Wolta Wolta near Clare, Anthea Joan Weaver spinster York Vale near Bagot Well and Alfred Francis Graham Weaver farmer York Vale near Bagot Well Memorial 61/522

WEAVER, William farmer Pt Lincoln 1859 Memorial 145/159

WEBB, Albert E clerk Adelaide (27 Grenfell St) 1915 Memorial 102/472

WEBB, Allan M clerk in holy orders Riverton 1910 Memorial 215/462

WEBB, Allan William railway porter Tailem Bend Co Russell. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1907 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

WEBB, Anna Jane gardener Salisbury 1923 Memorial 94/487

WEBB, Arthur of Murray Bridge 1880 Memorial 206/326

WEBB, Arthur E clerk to Messrs ELDER, SMITH & Co of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1881[-1887] Memorial 238/334

WEBB, Arthur Jacob farmer Glenburnie 1881 Memorial 59/330

WEBB, C clerk to M BADGER solicitor Clare 1918 Application 26664

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WEBB, Charles of Freeman St, Adelaide 1855 Memorial 262/88

WEBB, Charles shoemaker Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 331/98

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WEBB, Charles mason Stockport 1878 Application 16790

WEBB, Charles farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light. Pancharpoo Methodist Church trustee 1917 Memorial 128/475

No 1

WEBB, Charles Houlton surgeon Clare 1849[-1853] Memorial 222/14

WEBB, Charles Houlton licensed victualler Clare 1854 He leased the Clare Hotel for 7 years at £80 a year Memorial 153/71

WEBB, Charles Houlton surgeon Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 432/86 Surgeon Clare 1855 Memorial 433/86

WEBB, Elizabeth and Charles Joseph Webb of Clare administrators of the will of the late Charles Houlton Webb formerly surgeon Clare but now deceased. Samuel Houlton Webb, Louisa Ann Webb and Elliott Agar Webb also mentioned as entitled to a share in the estate 1870[- 1871] Memorials 161/250, 22/262

WEBB, Charles surgeon Handren St, St George Hanover Square, London (Father: clerk) married Ann AGAR spinster Handren St (Father: Peter Agar cabinetmaker) on 16/5/1839 at St George parish church. Witnesses George Houlton Webb and Elizabeth Agar. Family all born in England - Charles Joseph Webb born 6/6/1842 Parish of St Martin in the Field, London, was the heir at law. His mother, Ann Webb, died 23/10/1869 32 Poplar Rd, Trafalgar Rd, Old Kent Rd, Camberwell, of heart and liver disease and general dropsy, aged 57. The family emigrated to SA and settled at Clare. Dr Webb had remarried to Elizabeth nee ?by the time of his death Application 17112

No 1

WEBB, Charles Joseph farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 192 County Victoria

WEBB, Charles Joseph farmer Willow Plains Co Frome. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

No 2

WEBB, CJ bank clerk Yongala 1887 Memorial 155/387

No 3

WEBB, Charles Joseph brickmaker Second St, Brompton and Louisa Webb his wife 1911 Memorial 112/465

WEBB, Christopher Joseph Bennett teamster Wilmington 1889. Born on 15/1/1868 Tothill Creek near Apoinga, to his parents, Joseph Webb labourer and his wife Elizabeth Webb nee BENNETT. IN 1889, Joseph Webb was a carrier of Wilmington. Elizabeth Webb was a daughter of Christopher Smith Bennett farmer Tothill Creek and his wife, Eliza nee VINCENT. When he died on 11/7/1868, CS Bennett left his estate to his wife, Eliza Bennett, for life, then to his grandson. CS Bennett’s brother, William Smith Bennett farmer Glendore near Black Springs, was an executor of his will Application 21592

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WEBB, DG accountant Union Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1869[-1871] Memorial 109/238

WEBB, D acountant Union Bank Adelaide 1872 Memorial 93/259

WEBB, Edmund gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 13460.

WEBB, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 28159.

No 1

WEBB, Edwin William reader Adelaide Co Adelaide. Dublin (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

WEBB, Edwin William reader Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wilmington (Hundred of Willochra) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 567 County Frome

WEBB, Edwin William newspaper editor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1894 Memorial 121/422

WEBB, Ellen Elsie married woman Renmark about to remove to Macclesfield 1949 Memorial 118/524

WEBB, FM housekeeper Kensington 1903 Memorial 196/449

WEBB, Francis Charles farmer Arkaba 1890 Memorial 34/404

No 1

WEBB, Frederick Philip Ripley merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 160/96

WEBB, Frederick Philip Ripley formerly merchant Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas trading with Henry BLYTH merchant Adelaide under the style or firm of Ripley Webb & Co 1864 Memorial 290/197

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WEBB, George yeoman Little Para 1850 Memorial 101/20

WEBB, George yeoman Greenock Creek 1858[-1859] Memorial 209/150

WEBB, George farmer Julia Creek 1890 Memorial 250/403

No 2

WEBB, George stockholder Salisbury 1850 Memorial 321/23

WEBB, George stockholder Section 3056 Salisbury 1854 Memorial 116/69

WEBB, George licensed victualler Salisbury 1857 Memorial 139/126

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WEBB, George licensed victualler Willunga 1899 Memorial 174/439

WEBB, George licensed victualler Willunga, died 22/12/1903 Parkside Memorial 43/502

No 4

No 5

WEBB, George yeoman Plympton 1851 Memorial 484/36

No 6

WEBB, George farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1856] Memorial 198/79

No 7

WEBB, George farrier Kapunda 1872 Memorial 44/259

WEBB, George Percival Bowden station hand Kooringa 1930 Memorial 196/502

No 1

WEBB, George Samuel storekeeper Willaston Co Gawler. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 7 County Dalhousie

WEBB, George Samuel storekeeper Willaston Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

WEBB, George Samuel farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 83/390

No 1 – George William Webb

WEBB, George butcher Narracoorte 1877[-1879] Memorial 113/301

WEBB, George butcher Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

WEBB, George William (sometimes known as George Webb) butcher Narracoorte 1880 Memorial 123/325

No 2

WEBB, Gilbert William farmer Muloowurtie Co Fergusson. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WEBB, Henry mason Macclesfield 1853[-1873] Memorial 212/52

WEBB, Henry mason Macclesfield and Mary Webb his wife formerly Mary Mott relict of the late Joseph MOTT formerly farmer near Macclesfield but now deceased 1868 Memorial 171/425

WEBB, Henry mason Macclesfield 1863 Application 4411

WEBB, Henry [the Elder] mason Macclesfield, died 30/11/1893. Husband of Mary Webb. Father of Henry Webb the Younger and Caroline MOTT Memorial 151/424

WEBB, Henry mason Macclesfield, died 30/11/1893. His daughter, Selina ROSS of Macclesfield, died 19/9/1894; her eldest son called John Charles Ross mason Macclesfield. H Webb also the father of John William Dyer Webb farmer Macclesfield, Henry Webb farmer Natimuk Vic, and Caroline MOTT wife of James Mott innkeeper Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1895 Memorial 72/426

WEBB, Henry the Elder builder Macclesfield, died 6/9/1922. Father of Henry Webb the Younger farmer Grass Flat Vic Memorial 57/523

WEBB, Mary Ann widow of the late Henry Webb farmer Macclesfield, died 20/2/1895, of one week's gastro enteritis, aged 101 Application 23439

WEBB, Henry the Elder builder Macclesfield, died 6/9/1922. His estate worth £650. He left estate to his sons, Henry Webb the Younger, William Benjamin Webb and his grandson, Herbert Bertie William ROSS, by 1949 railway employee Coomandook. Linked with Samuel Howard Ross dairy farmer Macclesfield, who declared he had been born in 1869 and had lived in Macclesfield all his life Application 28640

WEBB, Harry farm servant Bagot Well 1875 Memorial 183/297

No 1

WEBB, Henry Arthur carpenter Norwood 1901 Memorial 218/443

WEBB, Henry Arthur contractor Norwood and Elizabeth Webb his wife 1905 Application 24972

No 1

WEBB, Henry Barlow blacksmith [probably of Adelaide] 1850 Memorial 355/26

WEBB, Henry Barlow blacksmith Adelaide 1855[-1865] [Apparently, he lived in Norwood] Memorial 279/84

WEBB, Henry Barlow out of business Kensington Rd, Norwood, linked with Thomas Henry Webb broker Adelaide 1901 Memorial 91/444

No 1

WEBB, Henry Enos butcher formerly of Strathalbyn 1869 but now of Daveyston 1870 Application 11052

WEBB, Henry Enos miller Two Wells 1877 Memorial 31/303

WEBB, HJ proclaimed bank manager Strathalbyn 1929 Memorial 10/501

WEBB, Isaac mason Glen Osmond 1862 Application 3655

No 1

WEBB, James gardener Salisbury and Hannah Jane Webb his wife 1906. Mrs Webb declared that she was a daughter of the late Josiah HUNT farmer Salisbury, who died 20/1/1901 and his wife, Mary Ann Hunt, who died 22/11/1904. Hannah Webb was born in Salisbury some 40 years previously and had lived her whole life there Application 25237

WEBB, James gardener Salisbury and Hannah Jane Webb his wife, linked with Hedley Algernon Webb gardener Salisbury 1926 Application 27514

No 1

WEBB, John tailor Adelaide 1842[-1844] Plympton land purchase Memorial 357/3 Tailor Plympton 1845[-1849] Memorial 409/4

WEBB, John tailor Section 87 Survey B laid out as a township 1851[-1853] Memorial 375/33

Webb, John tailor Bay Road 1852 Memorial 189/42

WEBB, John tailor Plympton 1855 Memorial 271/86

WEBB, John farmer formerly of Plympton but now of the Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856 Memorial 457/99, Application 7225

WEBB, John farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1856[-1866] Memorial 69/115

No 2

WEBB, John carter Iron Store North Adelaide 1848 Memorial 220/10

WEBB, John carter North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 162b/56

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WEBB, John gardener North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 141/83

No 4

WEBB, John shoemaker Company’s Tiers 1849 Memorial 104/19

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 4

WEBB, John shoemaker Greenock Creek 1852 Memorial 264/41

WEBB, John farmer Greenock 1863 Memorial 115/189

WEBB, John carrier near Greenock 1865 Memorial 131/208

WEBB, John of Greenock 1879 Memorial 234/319

WEBB, John carrier Greenock 1882 Application 19315

WEBB, John labourer Greenock, died 17/3/1883 intestate. His widow, Rebecca Webb, nee BRANSON, took out letters of administration on a £70 estate Application 26280

WEBB, Rebecca widow Greenock 1883 Application 19938

WEBB, John labourer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1880] Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

No 6 FIND CHECK RUN

WEBB, John shepherd Mannanarie. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

WEBB, John farmer Cavenagh Co Herbert 1896 Memorial 60/428

No 7

WEBB, John butcher Macclesfield 1883 Application 19976

No 8

WEBB, John farmer Pt Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1887 Grant Book 56 Page 223 County Stanley

No 9

WEBB, John blacksmith William St, Walkerville 1896 Application 23222

WEBB, John blacksmith Gilberton. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1

WEBB, John Isaac [no description but perhaps of near Glen Osmond] and Christiana Webb his wife 1862 Memorial 184/201

No 1

WEBB, John Maximilian Esquire of Blackfriars Road purchased land grants in the Currency Creek Special Survey and the township of Currency Creek 1842 Deposit 79/1921

WEBB, John Maximilian the Elder provision merchant, commission agent and cheesemonger Hibernia Chambers, London Bridge Southwark, Surrey and 2 Upper Stamford St, Blackfriars Road (home 215 Blackfriars Road), Surrey, died 28/7/1852 Upper Hill St, Richmond, Surrey. Estate worth £5,000. Husband of Sarah Webb. She was to get £300 immediately from the estate and then £300 a year for life, which her sons John Maximilian Webb the Younger and Joseph Rideal Webb had to pay her from the family business. Joseph must have been the eldest son. JM Webb the Elder owned land in the Currency Creek Special Survey and the township of Currency Creek Deposit 80/1921

No 1

WEBB, John William Dyer farmer Macclesfield, administrator in the will of Henry Webb mason Macclesfield who died 30/11/1893, with a will but no executor named Application 23036

WEBB, John William Dyer formerly butcher but now farmer Macclesfield 1908 Application 25445

No 1

WEBB, Jonathan sawyer Kooringa 1850 Memorial 450/27

WEBB, Jonathan sawyer Redruth 1858 Memorial 52/139

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman Redruth 1858 Memorial 212/134

WEBB, Jonathan miner Redruth took a lease of land at Darley on the Torrens 1858 Memorial 151/135

WEBB, Jonathan miner Redruth [purchased land at Bowden; appears to be the same person as leased land at Darley on the Torrens] 1859 Memorial 202/151

WEBB, Jonathan sawyer formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 197/156

WEBB, Jonathan workman Bowden 1859 Memorial 103/158

WEBB, Jonathan sawyer Bowden 1861 Memorial 315/172

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman formerly of Redruth but now of Bowden 1861 Memorial 254/173

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman formerly of Darley on the Torrens but now of Lockhill Panbula NSW 1871 Memorial 173/256

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman late of Darley on the Torrens, near Adelaide, but now of Lockhill, Panbula NSW, power of attorney to William Mathews SANDFORD gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 6/9/1871 Deposit 163/1871

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman Adelaide 1882 Application 19313

WEBB, Jonathan yeoman Bowden 1882 Memorial 11/343

WEBB, Jonathan out of business Drayton St, Bowden 1900 Memorial 199/440

WEBB, Jonathan broker Bowden 1898[-1903], died 1/2/1903. Brother to James Webb sawyer Horse Shoe Bend, West Maitland NSW and Eliza ROGERS widow Milksham, Wilts, England. Executrix; Eliza TALBOT married woman Brompton [Is this the same person as Eliza Anna Talbot of Bowden?] Memorial 134/448

WEBB, Jonathan out of business Drayton St, Bowden 1901 Application 24143

WEBB, Jonathan broker Bowden, died 1/2/1903. He left his entire estate to Eliza TALBOT married woman Brompton Memorial 146/460

No 1 - perhaps really Jonathan Edward Webb

WEBB, Jonathan blacksmith Kapunda 1864 Memorial 203/199

WEBB, Jonathan formerly blacksmith Kapunda 1864 but now baker Two Wells 1876 Application 15173

No 2

WEBB, Jonathan Edward storekeeper Two Wells and Ann Webb his wife formerly Ann nee FARROW 1876 Memorial 187/295

No 3 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 2

WEBB, Jonathan Edward baker Clare 1885 Memorial 214/371

WEBB, Jonathan Edward baker Queenstown 1891 Memorial 138/408, Application 22172

WEBB, Jonathan Edward out of business Queenstown 1904 Application 24862

WEBB, Joseph Gundry gentleman Prospect 1880 Memorial 24/333

WEBB, Joseph Richard c/- Joel ROBERTS of Gilbert Place, Adelaide 1892 Application 22197

WEBB, Margaret widow Pt Augusta 1871 Application 11829

No 1

WEBB, Michael farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide [Hampstead] 1854[-1855] Memorial 442/69

No 2 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEBB, Michael farmer Willyara. Willyara Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 214/206

WEBB, Michael labourer Manoora 1881 Memorial 108/336

No 1

WEBB, NA solicitor Pt Augusta 1889 Memorial 43/396

WEBB, Noel Augustin solicitor Adelaide (Santo Buildings Waymouth St) 1910[-1911] Memorial 133/470

WEBB, Noel Augustin solicitor Adelaide. Pt Noarlunga (Hundred of Noarlunga) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 1 Page 306 County Adelaide

WEBB, Noel Augustin solicitor Adelaide 1921 Application 27007

No 1

WEBB, Richard farmer Section 6102 Hundred of Talunga 1858 Memorial 221/146

WEBB, Richard farmer North Gumeracha 1860 Application 1123

WEBB, Richard shepherd near Langhorne Bridge Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1868[-1869] Grant Book 58 Page 14 County Sturt

WEBB, Richard farmer Langhorne Creek 1879 Memorial 120/317

WEBB, Richard farmer Langhorne Creek, died 13/4/1880. By late 1881, his widow, Amelia Webb, and his sons, Joseph James Webb and Josiah Lobb Webb, farmers, had moved to Yampy near Lawlort Vic. Elizabeth A Webb of the same place mentioned but not described Memorial 126/336

WEBB, Richard farmer formerly of Langhorne Creek but then of Yampy near Lawlort Vic, died 13/4/1880. He left his whole estate to his widow, Amelia Webb, for life, then the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely among his sons, Joseph James Webb and Josiah Lobb Webb, farmers Yampy near Lawlort Vic and his daughter, Elizabeth Amelia Webb of the same place [she seemed to be much younger than her brothers] Memorial 162/340

No 2

WEBB, Richard farmer Noarlunga 1859 Memorial 269/155

WEBB, Richard labourer Noarlunga, died c1895 Memorial 143/424

No 3

WEBB, Richard gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood 1867 Memorial 104/219

WEBB, Richard printer Osmond Tce, Norwood 1867 Application 8477

No 4

WEBB, Richard labourer Goodwood Road. Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1901 Memorial 216/444

WEBB, Robert Henry blacksmith Narracoorte 1869[-1874] Memorial 126/241

No 1

WEBB, Sampson in SA by 1854 Memorial 379/69

WEBB, Sampson farmer The Light 1857[-1859] Memorial 62/117

WEBB, Sampson farmer Dirty Light 1858 Dirty Light Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 132/144

WEBB, Sampson farmer the Upper Light. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 319 County Light

WEBB, Sampson farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light 1878[-1886] Memorial 236/309

WEBB, Sampson the Elder farmer Steelton, died 4/11/1895. Husband of Louisa Webb. Father of Caroline and Louisa Webb spinsters Steelton and Sampson Webb the Younger, John and Charles Webb farmers Steelton 1910 Memorial 228/463

WEBB, Sampson farmer Steelton 1902 Application 24432

WEBB, Sampson the Elder farmer Steelton, died 1895. His wife, Louisa Webb, had a life interest in his real estate. Father of Louisa Webb. Louisa Webb 26 spinster Steelton married Robert George TOWNSEND 25 bachelor farmer Coghill Creek (Father: Robert George Townsend) on 15/3/1893 S Webb's private residence, Steelton. Minister: Henry PARKINSON. Witnesses: Thomas P I'ANSON farmer Steelton and Emily Ann I'ANSON of Steelton. Sampson Webb the Elder's sons, the executors of his estate, were Sampson Webb the Younger, John Webb and Charles Webb farmers Steelton Application 25879

WEBB, Samuel tailor Adelaide (Sturt St) 1851 Memorial 59/33

No 1

WEBB, Samuel Houlton storekeeper Clare Co Stanley. Appila (Hundred of Appila) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 480 County Frome

WEBB, Samuel Houlton butcher and baker Laura 1876 Memorial 152/323

WEBB, Samuel farmer Arkaba. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Arkaba. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1882 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

WEBB, Samuel Houlton now of Hawker 1883 Memorial 249/349

WEBB, Samuel Houlton farmer Willow Plains. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1885 Grant Book 33 Page 3 County Hanson

WEBB, Samuel Houlton butcher Arkaba 1890 Memorial 154/402

No 1 - possibly the same person

WEBB, Samuel T[itus?] grocer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 259/105

WEBB, Samuel T of Mt Gambier 1859 Memorial 136/159

WEBB, Samuel Titus storekeeper Mt Gambier. Pt MacDonnell (Hundred of MacDonnell) township allotment land grant 1860[-1868] Grant Book 29 Page 103 County Grey

WEBB, Samuel Titus storekeeper Mt Gambier 1862[-1902] Memorial 189/183, Application 24410

No 1

WEBB, Silas labourer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1879 Grant Book 56 Page 212 County Stanley

WEBB, Silas labourer Hundred of Hall. Hundred of Hall land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 222 County Stanley

WEBB, Silas and Walter farmers Balaklava 1890 Memorial 214/402

No 1 – the Elder

WEBB, Thomas Henry merchant Adelaide (Gresham St) 1879[-1881] Memorial 49/321

WEBB, Thomas Henry produce merchant Adelaide and Emma Webb his wife 1886 Memorial 203/374

No 2 – the Younger

WEBB, Thomas Henry produce broker Marryatville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1933 Grant Book 12 Page 57 County Chandos

WEBB, Thomas Henry the Younger produce salesman Knightsbridge Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1937 Grant Book 12 Page 59 County Chandos

No 1

WEBB, Walter labourer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 216 County Stanley

WEBB, Walter farmer Balaklava executor a beneficiary under the will of the late Silas Webb 1901 Memorial 229/442

WEBB, Walter Edmund labourer Willaston 1918 Application 26670

No 1

WEBB, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 37/104

WEBB, William master mariner steam vessel Moolgewancke trading on the Murray River 1858 Memorial 200/132

WEBB, William master mariner Goolwa 1859 Memorial 211/160

No 2

WEBB, William clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 113/122

No 3

WEBB, William printer Norwood 1864[-1877] Memorial 331/199

WEBB, William printer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1874[-1900} Memorial 105/277 

No 4

WEBB, William tailor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 146/213

No 5

WEBB, William farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

No 6

WEBB, William farm labourer Greenock 1890 Application 21933

WEBB, William Alfred SA Railway Commissioner Adelaide 1927 Application 25985

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

WEBB, WB clerk to Arthur HARDY solicitor Adelaide 1859 Memorial 192/150

WEBB, William Bindley clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 221/173

WEBB, WB clerk to James DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 239/188

WEBB, WB clerk to Messrs JAMES & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1864[-1867] Memorial 334/195

WEBB, WB clerk to James E DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 23333

WEBB, WB clerk to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 114/243

WEBB, William Brindley gentleman Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 13460. Solicitor Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16843.

WEBB, WB clerk to James E DEMPSTER solicitor Pt Adelaide 1874[-1878] Memorial 144/274

WEBB, William Bindley of DEMPSTER, WEBB & DEMPSTER solicitors Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19480

WEBB, William Bindley solicitor Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21364

WEBB, William Bindley solicitor Woodville 1889[-1893] Application 22528

WEBB, W Bindley solicitor Riverton 1912 Memorial 160/466

WEBB, WH of Terlinga Station near Tungkillo 1859 Memorial 311/150

No 1

WEBB, William James farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 12 Page 93 County Chandos

WEBB, William James storekeeper Parilla. Trustee Public Hall Parilla 1909[-1911]Grant Book 12 Page 113 County Chandos

WEBB, William James farmer and storekeeper Parilla. Trustee Parilla Institute 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 116 County Chandos

WEBB, WJ JP of Mannum 1908 Memorial 20/459

WEBBER, Albert Edwin farmer Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1904 Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra

WEBBER, Alfred Harris insurance agent Goolwa 1919[-1923] Memorial 28/479

No 1

WEBBER, Edmond Seymour gentleman North Adelaide (MacKinnon Parade) 1850 Memorial 219/25

WEBBER, Edmond Seymour gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 271/65

WEBBER, Edmond Seymour gentleman formerly of Adelaide but at present residing in Victoria 1855 Memorial 105/94

No 1

WEBBER, George of Copperhouse Hundred of Kooringa 1873[-1874] Memorial 142/269

WEBBER, George storeman Kooringa 1873 Application 13097

WEBBER, George storeman Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1877 Grant Book 8 Page 93 County Burra

WEBBER, George storekeeper Kooringa. Kooringa Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1886 Memorial 5/383

WEBBER, George storekeeper Kooringa 1889 Memorial 43/400

WEBBER, George storekeeper Kooringa linked with Richard Webber farmer Hallett 1890 Memorial 87/404

WEBBER, George smelter Broken Hill NSW linked with Richard Webber farmer Hallett 1893 Memorial 110/419

WEBBER, George the Elder formerly of Kooringa but then labourer Broken Hil NSW, died 16/10/1907. Executors; Frederic Webber labourer Croydon NSW and George Webber the Younger clerk Broken Hill NSW 1910 Memorial 231/462 & RPA Search 566

WEBBER, George formerly storekeeper Kooringa late silver mine watchman Cummins St, Broken Hill NSW, died 16/10/1907, of 4 weeks' cerebral haemorrhage and cardiac failure, aged 65. Born Ashburton, Devon, England. 42 years in SA. 20 years in NSW. Married in Burra SA, aged 23 to Maria nee TURNER. Family - Alice 40, Albert 38, Florence 36, Frederick 34, George 26, Ellen 23, Blanche 20 3 males and 3 females deceased.George Webber was already at Broken Hill by 1893, when he was a smelter Application 25376

No 1

WEBBER, Hedley Thomas and Robert Henry Webber both masons Goolwa 1925 Memorial 170/492

WEBBER, Hedley Thomas builder Goolwa, died 23/1/1948. Husband of Gladys Minnie Webber Memorial 87/523

WEBBER, Henry of Mt Barker 1876 Application 15585

No 1

WEBBER, James plasterer Pt Adelaide 1850[-1860] Memorial 235/20

WEBBER, James yeoman Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 298/43

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEBBER, James plasterer Queenstown 1854[-1881] Memorial 437/67, Application 18513

WEBBER, John storekeeper Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1877 Grant Book 31 Page 194 County Grey

No 1

WEBBER, Louisa widow Bowden 1865 Memorial 310/200

WEBBER, Louisa widow Bowden linked with Richard Webber brickmaker Bowden 1871 Memorial 49/257

WEBBER, Louisa widow Mt Bryan East linked with Richard Webber farmer Mt Bryan East 1877 Memorial 115/301

WEBBER, Louisa widow Mt Bryan East [relict of Peter Webber], died 26/11/1885 Memorial 57/372

WEBBER, Louisa widow Mt Bryan East, died 26/11/1885, leaving her whole estate to her son, Richard Webber farmer Mt Bryan East. Estate worth £200. From c1850-1888, mother and son lived side by side in Eighth St, Bowden Application 22987

No 1

WEBBER, Phillip farmer Upper Sturt 1851[-1855] Memorial 49/30

WEBBER, Philip farmer The Sturt 1853 Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 365/62

WEBBER, Phillip farmer The Gilbert 1863 Memorial 112/524

WEBBER, Philip farmer The Gilbert near Riverton 1900 Memorial 13/440

WEBBER, Philip farmer formerly of The Sturt but now of Tarlee 1900 Application 24005

No 1 - possibly the Elder

WEBBER, Richard and Thomas yeomen Bowden 1860 Memorial 82/167

WEBBER, Richard yeoman Bowden 1862 Memorial 42/181

WEBBER, Richard mason Bowden, died in or after 1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Charlotte Webber, for life, then to his eldest son, Henry Thomas Webber, provided he paid each of the other children £5 Memorial 107/281

WEBBER, Richard mason Bowden, died 8/10/1866 phthisis, aged 44. He left his whole estate to his wife, Charlotte Webber, for life, then to his eldest son, Henry Thomas Webber, provided he pay £5 to each of his brothers and sisters then living. Charlotte Webber widow of Richard Webber, died 2/5/1875 Commercial Road, Pt Adelaide, of diseased uterus, aged 50. On 7/5/1875, HT Webber mason Mt Barker paid each of his surviving brothers and sisters £5 - John Webber mason Bowden, Emily Webber spinster Bowden, Frederick Webber minor Bowden and Maria MEDWELL formerly Webber wife of William Medwell mason Bowden. Thomas Webber of Wistow owned land next to the Richard Webber land in Bowden Application 14230

No 2 - possibly the Younger

WEBBER, Richard brickmaker Bowden 1868 Memorial 206/230

WEBBER, Richard brickmaker Bowden Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 8 Page 125 County Burra

WEBBER, Richard farmer Mt Bryan East 1886 Application 20980

WEBBER, Richard farmer Mt Bryan East 1888 Memorial 192/392

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WEBBER, Richard farmer The Gilbert 1896 Memorial 199/431

WEBBER, Robert mason Bowden 1853[-1854] Memorial 337/55

WEBBER, Robert Henry mason Goolwa 1921 Memorial 17/484

No 1

WEBBER, Thomas yeoman Bowden 1852 Memorial 488/44

WEBBER, Thomas mason Bowden 1853[-1857] Memorial 235/60

WEBBER, Thomas mason White Peg Gully, Hundred of Strathalbyn 1866. Links with Richard Webber formerly yeoman 1860 but now mason Bowden 1866 Application 7290

No 2

WEBBER, Thomas labourer Magill 1857 Memorial 308/126

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND

WEBBER, Thomas Robert and WEBBER, Robert Henry farmers Long Gully near Mt Barker 1874 Application 13677

WEBBER, Thomas Robert builder Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

No 1

WEBBER, William James mason Mt Gambier 1882 Memorial 124/346

No 2

WEBBER, William James plasterer Kensington 1883 Application 19844

No 1

WEBBER, William Wood blacksmith Tam O'Shanter Land 1843[-1848] Memorial 48/25

WEBBER, William blacksmith Tam O’Shanter Belt [likely William Wood Webber] 1845 Memorial 118/6

WEBBER, William Wood blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 393/11

WEBBER, William Wood blacksmith Tam O’Shanter Belt 1849 Memorial 421/18

Farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1849[-1856] Memorial 5/18

Husband of Henrietta Webber 1850 Memorial 194/24

WEBBER, William Wood formerly farmer 1849 but now blacksmith Tam O'Shanter Belt 1851 Application 10594

WEBBER, William Wood farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 173/63

WEBBER, William Wood farmer formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of Clarendon 1859[-1860] Memorial 180/156

WEBBER, William Wood farmer Hundred of Kuitpo 1860 Memorial 270/169

No 1

WEBDAY, William labourer Brighton 1851[-1857] Memorial 14/29

WEBDAY, William labourer Somerton. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

WEBDAY, William farmer Morphettville, died 28/3/1882. His estate worth £225. His estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Webday nee ENGLISH for life or until her remarriage. The estate then to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of the marriage: Susannah MANSON wife of Maguall Manson; Caroline PEPLOW wife of John Peplow; William Webday, George Webday, Ezekial Webday labourers Somerton; Charles Webday and Hannah Webday. Sarah Webday widow of William Webday gardener Scarboroughh St, Somerton, died 26/10/1907, of senile decay and 2 years' dementia, aged 85 Application 25399

No 1 - probably the same person

WEBER, Carl farmer Light Pass 1854[-1856] Memorial 446/70

WEBER, Carl farmer Tanunda 1860 Memorial 286/165

WEBER, Carl farmer Light Pass 1861 Memorial 250/172

No 1

WEBER, Christian blacksmith Sanderston. Bonython (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 58 Page 318 County Sturt

WEBER, Christian blacksmith Milendella. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1891 Grant Book 58 Page 44 County Sturt

WEBER, Erdmann Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1861 Memorial 214/181

No 1 - possibly the same person

WEBER, Gottlieb farmer Tanunda 1853[-1857] Memorial 332/80

WEBER, Gottlieb labourer Angaston 1872 Memorial 238/260

WEBER, Gustavus fellmonger Undalya 1877 Memorial 138/301

WEBER, Harry farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1888 Memorial 207/389

No 1

WEBER, Lorenz 34 bachelor saddler McLaren Vale (Father: Michael St Angelo Weber) married Caroline Hammond HILLYER 26 spinster McLaren Vale (Father: James Hillyer) on 12/5/1876 Bible Christian Chapel Adelaide. Minister; John DINGLE. Witnesses: Lydia Isabella Hillyer Adelaide; John FERRIS saddler McLaren Vale Application 21966

WEBER, Lorenz saddler Noarlunga and Caroline Hammond Weber his wife 1891[-1895] Memorial 157/411

WEBER, Caroline Hammond married woman Noarlunga 1902 Application 24386

WEBER, Lorenz saddler formerly of Noarlunga but now of McLaren Vale and Caroline Hammond his wife 1905 Application 24167

WEBER, Martin cabinetmaker Adelaide (perhaps Freeman St) 1853[-1858] Memorial 210/47

No 1

WEBER, Michael St Angelo 31 bachelor farmer McLaren Vale (Father; Michael St Angelo Weber) married Catherine HAMMOND 48 spinster McLaren Vale (Father: George Peter Hammond) on 14/1/1890 St Cuthbert’s Prospect. Minister: A DENDY. Witnesses: John H PACKARD surveyor Walkerville and A Stigan DENDY gentleman Prospect Application 21966

WEBER, Michael linked with Section 488 Hundred of Willunga 1897 Memorial 193/443

WEBER, William James plasterer Kensington 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 17 County Eyre

WEBLY, Fred miner on Block 359 Hundred of English 1888 Memorial 227/394

WEBSE, Heinrich farmer Palmer 1882[-1892] Memorial170/340

WEBSTER, Audrey G stenographer probably to Frank E PIPER solicitor Adelaide 1951 Memorial 199/525

No 1

WEBSTER, Edward butcher Kensington 1851 Memorial 362/32

WEBSTER, Edward gardener Marden 1856 Memorial 90/101

WEBSTER, Edward of Kensington, Walkerville and then Marden near Adelaide. His father, John Webster married Mary Anne ORM 27/2/1819 Radford parish church Notts, England. They lived at Sutton Cheney, Co Leicester. Their second son, Edward Webster, born 1821, and baptised 26/8/1821, at Sutton Cheney, married Mary Ann MAUD widow of John Maud farmer Preston Capes, Northants, England. The family with 3 daughters and 2 sons of Mrs Webster’s 1st marriage, emigrated to SA, arriving there March 1850. They settled at Kensington, where the only Webster child, a son, William Webster, died 23/6/18?, and was buried in the cemetery of the Congregational Chapel, High St, Kensington. The Websters shifted to Walkerville, where Mary Ann Webster died c1855. Edward Webster shifted to Marden. Edward Webster gardener Marden, died 20/11/1860 Marden, of blood vessel rupture, aged 39 Application 11788

WEBSTER, John and Mary Ann nee ORM, his wife, both of Radford, Notts, England, married 22/2/1819 Radford Parish Church. John Webster farmer and grazier Rothley Hill Cottage, Sutton Cheney, Co Leicester, England, died Feb 1852, aged 53. His family (1861) included William John Goodwin Webster (born 1819) farmer Babraham, near Cambridge; Edward Webster (born 1821), who emigrated to SA and became a gardener at Marden, near Payneham. John Watwood Neale police sergeant Leicester, Co Leicester, England, gave this information. Before Edward Webster left England, he married the widow Mary Ann MAUD, who had several sons and several daughters by her first husband, including Edward Maud druggist Kent Town. The Websters lived in Kensington after arrival in March 1850. They had only one child, William Webster, who died June year uncertain, and was buried in the Kensington High St Congregational cemetery. The Websters removed to Walkerville, where Mary Ann Webster died in 1855. Edward Webster became a gardener at Marden, but never remarried, and died 20/11/1860 Marden, of a ruptured blood vessel, aged 39. Edward MAUD druggist Kent Town gave this information 1872 Application 11788

WEBSTER, Eric Ivan farmer Snowtown 1913 Memorial 94/468

WEBSTER, Henry farmer Shafton near Kooringa, died c1925. A beneficiary - Gladys WILLIAMSON wife of Lawrence Lewis Williamson of 159 Cliff St, East Glenelg Memorial 175/507

No 1

WEBSTER, Henry Matthew shipwright Goolwa 1853 Memorial 152/58

WEBSTER, Henry Matthew shipwright formerly of Goolwa but now of Middleton 1856 Memorial 329/108

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WEBSTER, James labourer Mitcham 1848 Memorial 182/13 Yeoman Brownhill Creek late 1848 Memorial 299/13 Yeoman Mitcham 1850 Memorial 499/23

WEBSTER, James mason Victoria township near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 323/99

No 1

WEBSTER, John farmer Armagh 1854[-1867] Memorial 335/61

WEBSTER, John farmer Armagh 1861 Application 2422

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEBSTER, John labourer Auburn 1871 Application 11301

No 3

WEBSTER, John farmer Gawler Plains 1855[-1873] Memorial 324/80

WEBSTER, John farmer Peachey Belt 1864 Memorial 165/200

WEBSTER, John and William farmers Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 6/202

No 1

WEBSTER, John merchant Adelaide 1877[-1880] Memorial 176/302

WEBSTER, John merchant Adelaide and North Adelaide, declared a bankrupt on 2/9/1886. Husband of Elizabeth Webster Memorial 249 & 250/402

WEBSTER, John Alexander Wilfred farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1924 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1 – likely to be the same person

WEBSTER, Richard miner Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 285/142

WEBSTER, Richard accountant Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 77 County Daly

WEBSTER, Richard miller Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 67 County Daly

No 1

WEBSTER, Samuel farmer Munno Para 1857 Memorial 219/113

WEBSTER, Samuel farmer Peachey Belt and Mary Webster his wife 1858 Memorial 59/139 formerly Mary JAMIESON spinster Peachey Belt 1853 Memorial 155/91,

WEBSTER, Samuel farmer Peachey Belt 1865[-1866] Memorial 301/201

No 2

WEBSTER, Samuel farmer Mallala. Hundred of Grace land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 43 County Gawler

WEBSTER, Samuel farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

No 1

WEBSTER, Septimus schoolmaster Norwood 1861 Memorial 214/177

WEBSTER, Septimus schoolmaster formerly of Norwood 1861 but now of East Payneham 1863 [Are these the same places?] Application 3787

No 1

WEBSTER, Thomas farmer Gawler 1847 Memorial 235/9 Butcher Gawler 1850 Memorial 138/22 Yeoman Gawler 1851 Memorial 175/31

WEBSTER, Thomas yeoman Gawler 1851 Memorial 438/34

WEBSTER, Thomas storekeeper Gawler 1851[-1855] Memorial 461/37

WEBSTER, Thomas butcher Gawler 1853[-1857] Memorial 449/49

WEBSTER, Thomas formerly butcher Gawler but now out of business as an insolvent debtor 1858 Memorial 297/147

No 1

WEBSTER, William Frederick storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1862[-1866] Memorial 357/186

WEBSTER, William Frederick grocer and storekeeper Pt Adelaide, became an insolvent in 1866 Memorial 114/282

WEBSTER, William Frederick of Pt Wakefield 1872 Memorial 184/257

WEBSTER, William Frederick agent Pt Wakefield 1875 Memorial 99/282

WEBSTER, William Frederick agent Pt Wakefield 1883 Application 19833

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WEBSTER, William farmer Black Rock Plain. Black Rock (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

WEBSTER, William George farmer Black Rock Plain. Black Rock (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

WEBSTER, William George former Black Rock Plain 1897[-1898] Memorial 182/430

WEBSTER, William George farmer Black Rock 1904 . Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant Book 13 Page 116 County Dalhousie

WECKERT, August farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1873 Application 12667

WECKERT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Millendella 1897 Memorial 147/433

WECKERT, Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1854[-1859] Memorial 1/64

WEDD, Arthur yeoman Blakiston 1854 Memorial 165/68

WEDD, Arthur Jacob farmer Glenburnie 1881 Memorial 59/330

No 1

WEDD, George farmer Mt Barker 1854[-1872] Memorial 219/78

WEDD, George farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1864 but now of Wauraltee, Yorke Peninsula 1878 Application 16858

WEDD, George the Elder of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

WEDD, Robert farmer Wauraltee trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

No 1

WEDD, William farmer Mt Barker 1851[-1857] Memorial 366/40

WEDD, William farmer Mt Barker 1856[-1870] Application 10883

WEDDERBURN, Joseph Robert MacLagan Secretary to the Mortgage Company of SA Head Office 2 Glenfinlas St, Edinburgh, Scotland, now acting as liquidator to the Company, power of attorney to Arthur Lee CHAPMAN SA Manager of the Company and Francis Joseph FISHER gentleman both of Adelaide, to wind up the affairs of the company in the state 22/2/1906. Incorporated under the The Companies Act 1862-1879 Deposit 29/1906

WEDDING, August farmer Mt Rat 1885 Memorial 225/367

WEDDING, Christian farmer Sheaoak Log 1858[-1863] Memorial 128/146

WEDDING, Heinrich Christian farmer Owen Co Gawler. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

No 1

WEDEMEYER, Heinrich Wilhelm storekeeper Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 330/31

WEDEMEYER, Heinrich Wilhelm storekeeper Hahndorf became a bankrupt in 1852 Application 374

WEDEMEYER, HW publican Adelaide (Hamburg Hotel Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 338/169

WEDEMEYER, Heinrich Wilhelm agent Kensington 1868[-1879] Memorial 43/231, Application 17645

No 1

WEDLER, August Heinrich Wilhelm umbrella maker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874[-1883] Memorial 82/272, Application 16396

WEDLER, August Heinrich Wilhelm umbrella maker Adelaide (141 Rundle St) 1890[-1916] Memorial 158/403

WEDLER, Ida of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 228/399

WEDLER, William Charles umbrella manufacturer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1928 Memorial 119/500

WEDLOCK, James moulder Adelaide (Hindley St) 1880[-1887] Memorial 59/325

WEDLOCK, James Percy commercial traveller Glenelg 1938 Application 28132

WEECH, Edwin James contractor Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1883 Grant Book 21 Page 47 County Flinders

No 1

WEECKS, James farmer Maidstone 1859 Memorial 327/158

WEECKS, James farmer formerly of Para River but now of Oakleigh Vic 1862 Memorial 347/186

WEEDEN, Christiana formerly of Houghton now of Hilton formerly the wife of John Weeden labourer Adelaide 1892 Application 22288

No 1

WEEDEN, Frederick carpenter Kooringa 1851[-1856] Memorial 300/35

WEEDEN, Frederick land owner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 224/36

No 1

WEEDEN, William Edward carpenter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864 Application 5546

WEEDEN, William Edward builder Somerton 1877 Application 16462

WEEDEN, William Edward carpenter New Glenelg 1881 Application 18834

WEEDEN, William Edward carpenter Glenelg 1882 Memorial 19/346

No 1

WEEDING, Thomas Esquire merchant Great Winchester St, residence Mecklenburg Square, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his South Australian business interests 1843 Deposit 152/1857

WEEDING, Thomas Esquire merchant Great Winchester St, residence Mecklenburg Square, London and of Malden, Surrey, England, died 5/10/1856, leaving his estate to his wife Mary Weeding, in trust for life, land in Wellington and the township of Victoria, as well as broadacres along the Murray and Light Rivers. She appointed Arthur HARDY gentleman Adelaide as her local attorney (he had also been her husband’s attorney) to manage the estate and after her death to sell the property 14/2/1857. Mrs Weeding died 29/2/1860 28 Portland Place, Marylebone, Middlesex, England, of breast cancer 2 years, aged 45, when she left her estate to Mrs Elizabeth Weeding. All the titles to the land had become lost; the sole surviving trustee of the Weeding Estate, John Baggallay, Esquire Love Lane, London, said they had unaccountably disappeared. The estate’s solicitors, Vandercom, Law, Hardy and Aston, had no idea either where the lost deeds were. The other deceased executors were Richard Baggallay late Treasurer St Thomas’s Hospital and Alfred STAINES Esquire Westbourne St, Hyde Park, Middlesex Deposits 237/1873, 274/1873

WEEDON, E dairyman Brighton 1893 Application 22465

No 1

WEEDON, Henry cart owner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 218/32

WEEDON, Henry carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 273/80

WEEGAN, Patrick John music teacher Sandwell 1916 Application 26553

WEEKLY, George of Yorketown 1891 Memorial 201/408

No 1

WEEKLEY, Robert labourer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1885 Memorial 26/364

WEEKLEY, Robert farm labourer Sandergrove 1889 Memorial 176/400

WEEKS, GR commercial traveller Anderson St, Southwark 1917 Memorial 55/476

No 1

WEEKS, James brickmaker Bowden 1877 Memorial 116/300

Weeks, James, George Wright and Thomas RICHARDS brickmakers Brompton trading under the style or firm of Wright, Weeks & Co 1886 Application 20882.

No 1

WEEKS, James minister of the gospel Willunga and Emma Jane Weeks his wife 1906 Application 25199

No 1

WEEKS, Matthew wheelwright Aberdeen purchased Lot 23 in Lostwithiel township from John Stevens REED licensed victualler Aberdeen 1859 Memorial 233/154

WEEKS, Matthew miner Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

WEEKS, Matthew of Moonta. Perhaps formerly of the Racecourse Hotel, Lostwithiel near Kooringa?? 1865 Memorial 161/216

WEEKS, Matthew of Moonta, power of attorney to John EMERSON of Kadina, to sell his hotel called The Race Course Hotel at Lostwithall near Kooringa, together with half an acre of adjoining land 20/6/1865 Deposit 229/1866

WEEKS, Matthew licensed victualler formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but now residing in England 1866 Memorial 192/216

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WEEKS, Thomas farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 468/64

WEEKS, Thomas labourer Plympton 1862 Memorial 8/185

WEEKS, Thomas farmer Plympton 1881 Application 18958

No 1

WEEKS, William plasterer Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 472/61

WEEKS, William labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 363/74

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEEKS, William butcher South Road 1854 Memorial 210/74

WEEKS, William tapp dealer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 316/197

WEEMAN, Henry sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 153/302

No 1

WEEN, John farmer Unley 1854[-1856] Memorial 479/72

No 2

WEEN, John cabinet maker Adelaide 1887 Application 21146

WEEN, William railway employee Goodwood 1916 Application 26541