Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

E*

Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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J*

K*

La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

Q*

Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

U*

V*

Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning 'Weg*' to 'Will*'

No 1

WEGE, Heinrich carpenter Hahndorf 1854-1855 Memorial 1/85

WEGE, Heinrich miller Blumberg 1856 Memorial 351/100

WEGENER, Albert Gustav farmer Mobilong 1901 Memorial 160/444

WEGENER, August farmer near Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

WEGENER, Carl Heinrich linked with Section 137 Hundred of Finniss Co Sturt 1886 Memorial 164/373

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WEGENER, Christoph farmer formerly of Blumberg but now of Long Gully near Mannum 1884 Memorial 33/356

WEGENER, Christoph farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

WEGENER, Christoph farmer Palmer linked with Robert Wegener farmer near Mannum 1895 Memorial 87/424

No 1

WEGENER, Conrad Gottfried Wilhelm tanner Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 300/51

WEGENER, Conrad Gottfried Wilhelm farmer Gumeracha 1855 Memorial 183/87

WEGENER, Conrad Gottfried Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 125/174

WEGENER, Georg Heinrich Carl miller Cox Creek 1862 Application 3110

WEGENER, Gustav Adolph Franz farmer Palmer. Bonython (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 58 Page 318 County Sturt

WEGENER, Louise of Blumberg owner of Wegener's Reef pt Section 1633 Hundred of Talunga, granted a 21-year lease to William BETHUNE, Albert Edward ROSE and Robert CLARKSON of Kalgoorlie WA. Alex Bethune of Gumeracha was a witness and the attorney for the above men 1896 Memorials 112 & 202/427

WEGENER, Robert farmer near Mannum 1899 Memorial 166/438

WEGENER, Wilhelm William farmer Blumberg Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mobilong land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 368 County Sturt

WEGER, Ernst Friedrich blacksmith North Adelaide (Stanley St) 1857[-1880] Memorial 320/127

WEGER, Heinrich Wilhelm blacksmith Nuriootpa 1859[-1865] Memorial 334/157, Application 6359

No 1

WEGNER, Joachim farmer Hundred of Waterloo Co Light 1857[-1861] Memorial 127/129

WEGNER, Johann Joachim farmer near Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 496 County Frome

WEGNER, Johann Joachim of Appila Yarrowie 1893[-1902] Memorial 213/418

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

WEGNER, Joachim Heinrich farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1885 Memorial 198/370

WEGNER, Joachim Heinrich farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 49 County Chandos

WEH, Neville August saw doctor Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 124/522

WEHL, Carl and Wilhelm farmers Mt Gambier dissolved partnership and re-assigned stock in 1873 Memorial 226/267

No 1

WEHL, Ferdinand Eduard gentleman Millicent 1878 Memorial 85/305

WEHL, Ferdinand Eduard farmer Mayurra. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 229 County Grey

WEHL, George Albert of Millicent 1890 Memorial 104/403

No 1

WEHL, Johann Diedrich Eduard of Mt Gambier 1857[-1872] Memorial 332/134

WEHL, Eduard surgeon Mt Gambier. Trustee Cemetery Mt Gambier Hundred of Blanche land grant 1866 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

WEHL, Eduard surgeon Mt Gambier. Trustee School Mt Gambier. Hundred of Blanche land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 58 County Grey

WEHL, Johann Diedrich Eduard surgeon Mayurra. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1874 Grant Book 31 Page 231 County Grey

WEHL, Johann Diedrich Eduard surgeon Millicent 1875 Memorial 77/282

WEHL, Johann Diedrich Eduard doctor of medicine Mayurra, died 11/2/1876, of suppurating hydatids of oinentum, aged 53 Application 24100

WEHL, Johann Friedrich Daniel farmer and carrier Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

WEHL, Max Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1874 Memorial 121/272

WEHL, Wilhelm miller Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 134/194

WEHL, Wilhelm Muller linked with Section 60 Hundred of Benara Co Grey 1887 Memorial 4/389

WEHLACK, Carl Eduard August of Echunga. Adolph Wehlack mentioned but not described 1891 Memorial 106/408

No 1

WEHLACK, Johann Carl August potter Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 7/47

WEHLACK, Johann Carl August farmer Hahndorf 1854[-1856] Memorial 75/64

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WEHR, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Black Forest near Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 213/42

WEHR, Ernst Wilhelm farmer near Daveyston 1877 Application 16346

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Bowden 1854 Enrolment 86/29

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Bowden 1856 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 119/102

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Section 392 Hundred of Light 1856 Memorial 286/102

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Hundred of Light 1857[-1861] Memorial 13/134, Application 2234

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Hallett Co Burra. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 65 County Kimberley

WEHR, Johann Heinrich farmer Terowie 1890 Memorial 45 /404

WEHR, Sophia widow Terowie relict of the late Johann Heinrich Wehr now deceased 1903 Memorial 77/448

No 1 – Johann Ludwig Wehr

WEHR, Ludwig farmer Kilkerran trustee unnamed school Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 165 County Fergusson

WEHR, Johann Ludwig farmer near Daveyston Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 166 County Fergusson

WEHR, Johann Ludwig farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 167 County Fergusson

WEHR, Johann Ludwig farmer Kilkerran 1893 Memorial 38/418

WEHRMANN, Wilhelm gardener Bundaleer Forest 1883 Memorial 67/347

No 1

WEHRMULLER, Niklaus builder Robe S-E 1945 Memorial 68/519

WEHRMULLER, Niklaus builder Robe, aged 54 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the area for 11 years Application 28568

WEHRSTEDT, Maud Ethel married woman Queen St, Walkerville, died 10/4/1943 Northfield Memorial 109/517

No 1

WEHRSTEDT, Oscar and Otto storekeepeers Redruth 1858 Memorial 209/134

WEHRSTEDT, Otto draper Gawler 1868 Memorial 244/227

WEICH, Franz Heinrich farmer Waterloo 1891 Memorial 205/407

No 1

WEICHARD, Johann Eduard Louis barman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 349/72

WEICHARD, Johann Eduard Louis publican Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 70/85

WEICHARD, Johann Eduard Louis builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 478/78

WEICHARD, Johann Eduard Louis traveller Adelaide 1857 Memorial 249/252

WEICHARD, Louis auctioneer Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 201/167

WEICHARD, Louis land agent Woodside 1863[-1866] Memorial 103/188

WEICHARD, Louis agent Mt Pleasant 1869 Memorial 7/237

No 1 - probably the same person

WEICKERT/WEIKERT, Franz farmer Balanaca 1849 Memorial 219/14

WEICKERT, Franz farmer Clare 1850[-1857] Memorial 201/37

No 1

WEICHERT, Johann Ernst farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 89/217

WEICHERT, Johann Ernst farmer Bethel and Amalie Weichert his wife 1870 Memorial 219/263

WEICHERT, Amelia widow near Kapunda 1873 Application 12941

No 1

WEIDEMANN, Johann Ferdinand carpenter Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 162/61

WEIDEMANN, Johann Ferdinand carpenter Stepney 1857 Memorial 143/130

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

WEIDEMANN, Ferdinand farmer La La Plains, Rupanyup Vic and Adelaide Weidemann his wife 1887 Application 21214

WEIDEMANN, Ferdinand farmer Adelaide (Halifax St) 1900 linked with Adelaide Weidemann marrried woman Hutt St, Adelaide, daughter of the late William KNOWLING (who died 30/9/1872) and Sarah Knowling (who died 13/12/1886) Memorial 79/442

WEIDEMANN, Wilhelm mason Balhannah 1858 Memorial 238/190

No 1

WEIDENBACH, August Friedrich yeoman Hope Valley 1857 Memorial 171/119

WEIDENBACH, August Friedrich farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 300/135

WEIDENBACH, Diosma Auguste widow Adelaide linked with Benno Weidenbach gentleman Glen Osmond, Max Weidenbach accountant Adelaide, Pauline PUSTKUCHEN wife of Ernst Wilhelm Theodor Pustkuchen merchant Adelaide, Julius Weidenbach storekeeper Millicent, Edwin Weidenbach of Adelaide, and Selma Weidenbach spinster Adelaide. How did this family link with Adolph Heinrich Friedrich BARTELS merchant Adelaide and Anna Bartels his wife? 1875 Memorial 40/281

WEIDENBACH, Edwin licensed victualler Adelaide (Theatre Royal Hotel Hindley St) 1888 Memorial 218/394

WEIDENBACH, Ferdinand gardener Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 497/40

WEIDENBACH, Friedrich August farmer Cunliffe 1888 Memorial 145/393

WEIDENBACH, Gustav formerly hawker Adelaide then farmer North Rhine, now an insolvent debtor 1867 Memorial 158/227

No 1

WEIDENBACH, Gustav Adolph and August Friedrich yeomen Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 135/47

WEIDENBACH, Gustav Adolf farmer Darley on the Torrens 1855 Memorial 466/84

WEIDENBACH, Gustav Adolph farmer Blumberg 1861 Memorial 12/224

WEIDENBACH, Gustav Heinrich farmer Moonta 1906 Memorial 128/455

WEIDENBACH, Johann Woodside Lutheran Church trustee 1866 Application 7713

No 1

WEIDENBACH, Julius storekeeper Maitland 1879 Memorial 152/317

WEIDENBACH, Julius draper Pt Pirie 1888 Application 21400

No 1

WEIDENBACH, Max Ferdinand gardener Glen Osmond 1854[-1856] Memorial 400/62

WEIDENBACH, Max Ferdinand gentleman Glen Osmond, died 23/8/ 1890. Partner in the lease of the King of Hanover Hotel, in Rundle St, Adelaide. Owned land at Frewville, Fullarton, Glen Osmond and Halifax St, Adelaide. Shares in BHP and other companies. Bequests to his nephew Edwin Weidenbach, great nephew Arnold Weidenbach, nephew Julius Weidenbach, sister-in-law Auguste D Weidenbach, niece Anna BARTELS, niece Pauline PUSTKUCHEN, niece Selma CLAUSSEN, niece Minna wife of Edwin, geat-niece Meta, great-niece Erika, niece Annaliese MANSFELD in Germany, nephew Rudolph Weidenbach in Philadelphia USA, great-nephew Oswald Weidenbach in Dresden, Germany Memorial 131/405

WEIDENBACH, Max Ferdinand gentleman Glen Osmond, bequeathed lots 6, 7 Dawson St, Fullarton Estate, to his nephew, Edwin Weidenbach gentleman formerly of Adelaide now of Mitcham 1891. Was Auguste Diosma Weidenbach, sister-in-law of MF Weidenbach, the mother of Edwin Weidenbach? Application 22142

No 1

WEIDENBACH, Moritz Friedrich gardener Glen Osmond 1853 Memorial 171/57

WEIDENBACH, Moritz Friedrich farmer Glen Osmond 1856 Memorial 3/102

WEIDENBACH, Moritz Friedrich nurseryman Glen Osmond 1856 Memorial 203/102

WEIDENHÖFER, AH licensed victualler Stirling West 1913 Application 26204

No 1

WEIDENHOEFER, August farmer Geranium Bore via Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

WEIDENHOEFER, August, Carl, Friedrich and Herbert farm labourers Geranium. Hundred of Price land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 81 County Buccleuch

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WEIDENHÖFER, Diedrich Heinrich mason Adelaide 1857 Memorial 4/117

WEIDENHÖFER, Diedrich Heinrich musician Kent Town 1859 Application 535

WEIDENHÖFER, Diedrich Heinrich mason Kent Town 1864 Application 5202

WEIDENHOFER/WEIDENHÖFER, Diederich Hinderich builder Kent Town 1866 Application 7644

WEIDENHOEFER/WEIDENHOFER/WEIDENHÖFER, Diederich Hinrich mason and musician Rundle St, Kent Town, died c1889. Husband of Becka Weidenhöfer nee SEEKAMP. Father of Johann Weidenhöfer timber merchant Adelaide. Other children alluded to but not named. Trustees; wife and son together with Ernst Wilhelm WEHR farmer Daveyston Memorial 218/398

WEIDENHÖFER, Diederich Heinrich mason and musician Kent Town died 1889. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Becka Weidenhöfer, for life, then to be sold when the youngest child had turned 21, with the proceeds to go to their childen in equal shares. Becka Weidenhöfer died 18/7/1897. The children living at the time of her death included - Johann Heinrich Weidenhöfer, Johann Weidenhöfer accountant College Park , Diedrich Heinrich Weidenhöfer, George Weidenhöfer, Alfred Heinrich Weidenhöfer, and Albert Weidenhöfer (33 on 20/10/1903) Application 24829

WEIDENHOEFER/WEIDENHOFER/WEIDENHÖFER, Emma Letitia widow Edwin Tce, Gilberton, changed her name to Emma Letitia WESTON widow. Born at Glen Osmond on 21/9/1869. Relict of the late Diedrich Heinrich Weidenhöfer. A daughter, Constance Margaret Weidenhöfer, born 17/2/1916, Charles St Norwood, also became CM Weston, 5 days after her birth Memorial 189 & 190/473

WEIDENHOEFER/WEIDENHOFER/WEIDENHÖFER, George farmer Woodside Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1882 Grant Book 58 Page 39 County Sturt

No 1

WEIDENHÖFER, Johann carpenter and builder The Sturt 1852 Memorial 362/44

WEIDENHOEFER/WIEDENHÖFER, Johann blacksmith of the Sturt Road near Adelaide 1855 Memorial 382/87

WEIDENHOEFER, Johann farmer The Sturt 1856 Memorial 159/96

WEIDENHOEFER, Johann farmer Sturt Road 1856 Memorial 242/105

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

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

WEIDENHOEFER, Johann farmer Hahndorf 1864 Memorial 272/194

WEIDENHOFER, Johann Wilhelm gold prospector Lobethal 1882 Memorial 10/344

WEIDENHOFER, Max Ferdinand of Adelaide shareholder Wheal Emma Mining Co Section 5098 Hundred of Onkaparinga. He attended the special shareholder meeting, held 13/6/1870, at Ingleby & Robinson’s office 96 King William St, Adelaide, which decided to dissolve the company and sell the mine site to the Crescent Silver Mining Co Ltd for£126 Application 11119

WEIGHT, Edward farmer Woodside 1853 Memorial 391/56

WEIGHTON, Caleb blacksmith North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1866 Memorial 20/216

WEIL, Daniel Hermann store assistant Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

WEIL, Emilie Ida Friedrike widow Adelaide 1882 Memorial 15/340

WEIL, Johann Matthias Julius Theodor farmer West Mitcham 1871 Memorial 197/254

WEIMANN, Andreas farmer Hill River 1866[-1868] Memorial 159/212, Application 5307

No 1

WEIMER, Robert innkeeper Tanunda 1855 Enrolment 69/39

WEIMER, Robert innkeeper Tanunda Hotel Tanunda 1859 Memorial 245/163

No 1

WEINERT, August farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 444/24

WEINERT, August farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1878 Grant Book 58 Page 307 County Sturt

WEINERT, August farmer Neudorf near Lobethal 1889 Application 21587

WEINERT, Carl carter Lobethal 1915 Application 26431

No 1

WEINERT, Gotthilf miner Lobethal 1853[-1855] Memorial 202/49

WEINERT, Gotthilf farmer Blumberg 1856[-1862] Memorial 242/116

No 1

WEINERT, Johann Dienegott storekeeper Lobethal 1861 Memorial 87/179

WEINERT, Johann Dienegott storekeeper Lobethal, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 303/197

No 1

WEINERT, Traugott farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 105/27

WEINERT, Johann Traugott the Elder proprietor Lobethal, died 1872. He left real estate and his tools of trade to his son, Johann Traugott Weinert the Younger, and the rest of his estate to his wife, Anna Maria Weinert nee PERKER. After her death, the estate to go to his daughter, Johanne Pauline BERNDT nee Weinert widow Neudorf. His wife could leave the money to whomever she wished Memorial 17/260

WEINERT, Johann Traugott the Elder farmer Lobethal, died 1/5/1872. Executor: Julius STABERNACK shoemaker Lobethal. Johann Traugott Weinert the Younger farmer Lobethal, died 26/5/1883 intestate. Husband of Mary Ann Weinert Memorials 123 & 124/443

WEINERT, Mary Ann widow Lobethal, well knew Anna Maria Weinert widow of Johann Traugott Weinert the Elder. She died 30/12/1884 Lobethal Application 20786

WEINGARDT, Wilhelm August chemist and druggist Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 43/169

WEINRICH, Hermann bootmaker Clare 1870 Application 10747

WEINRICH, JH law clerk Adelaide 1888 Memorial 29/395

No 1

WEIR, Alfred of Morphett Vale 1871 Memorial 337/145

No 2

WEIR, Alfred carpenter Norwood 1871 Memorial 34/251

WEIR, Alfred carpenter Chapel St, Norwood 1871[-1873] Memorial 27/255

WEIR, Alfred carpenter Norwood 1877 Application 16440

No 1

WEIR, David baker Kensington 1849[-1851] Memorial 25/18

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEIR, David no description linked with Section 664 Hundred of Willunga at Morphett Vale 1852[-18576] Memorial 118/118

WEIR, David farmer Sheaoak Valley near Stockport on the Gilbert 1858[-1862] Memorial 21/141 Stockport District School trustee 1858 Memorial 58/152

WEIR, David farmer Stockport 1877 Memorial 102/302

No 1

WEIR, David Hugh Harrison draper Adelaide 1858[-1862] Memorial 203/132

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WEIR, Mr commercial clerk Stepney 1863 Application 4323

WEIR, David Hugh Harrison accountant Stepney 1876 Application 14918

WEIR, DHH accountant Adelaide 1889 Memorial 34/399

WEIR, DHH accountant St Peters 1895 Memorial 97/425

No 1

WEIR, Irvine Primitive Methodist Minister Penola 1870 Memorial 132/248

WEIR, Irvine minister [of the Gospel?] Broughton. Broughton [later Redhill] township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 494 County Daly

WEIR, James carpenter Adelaide and Emma Jane Weir his wife 1887 Memorial 190/386

No 1

WEIR, John agricultural labourer Brownhill Creek Mitcham 1853 Memorial 179/51

WEIR, John formerly labourer Adelaide but now miner Ararat Vic 1858 Memorial 59/289

WEIR, J clerk to Charles M MUIRHEAD solicitor Adelaide 1885 Memorial 213/364

WEIR, LA clerk to Alfred BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 140/483

WEIR, Richard Stevenson labourer Pt Lincoln 1926[-1927] Memorial 178/495

WEIR, Samuel carpenter York township on the Port Road 1891 Memorial 75/407

WEIR, Stanley Price civil servant Norwood 1893 Application 22570

WEIR, Thomas B proclaimed bank manager Adelaide 1927 Memorial 179/501

No 1

WEIR, William surveyor and architect Adelaide 1850 Enrolment/

WEIR, William architect Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 70 County Adelaide

WEIR, William surveyor and architect Adelaide 1851[-1859] Memorial 142/36

No 2

WEIR, William farmer Brighton 1853 Memorial 399/52

WEIR, Sarah widow Brighton 1860. She could not write. Mrs Weir was the widow of an unnamed man who had no legal descendants in SA. His only child, a boy, believed to be illegitimate, died in infancy long before her husband Application 1920

WEIR, Sarah widow Allotments 30 & 31 Brighton, died c1878. Her husband, William Weir, died c1862. She left her real estate to her son, George WEDD farmer Mt Barker and her daughter, Caroline CLEGGETT farmer Mt Barker. Her daughter also to get the household furnishings, including 'the cedar door separating the front from the back room of this my house'. Sarah Weir could not write Application 27210

WEIR, WLF proclaimed bank manager Mallala 1937 Memorial 127/511

No 1 - possibly the same person

WEIS, Johann Carl Friedrich August farmer Bethel 1859[-1871] Memorial 183/155

WEISS, Carl farmer Bethel 1876 Application 15500

No 1

WEIS, Johann Carl Gottlieb farmer Neales Flat 1885 Memorial 140/369

WEIS, Johann Carl Gottlieb farmer Eudunda 1885[-1894] Memorial 65/370

WIESE, August Gottfried Friedrich farmer Lake Victoria. Hundred of Baker land grant 1865 Grant Book 53 Page 205 County Russell

No 1

WIESE, Friedrich of Hahndorf 1852 Memorial 129/90

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Hahndorf 1853[-1857] Memorial 317/54

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Mt Barker 1871 purchased the former Primitive Methodist Chapel in Hahndorf because ‘the Chapel … cannot be supported … and the majority of the said Trustees are desirous of selling the said land’ Memorial 32/254

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Hahndorf. Father of Paul Wiese wheelwright and Wilhelm Wiese blacksmith Hahndorf 1889 Application 21630

WEISEMEYER, Christian of Gawler West 1858 Memorial 200/141

WEISING, Henry shepherd Paratoo 1879 Memorial 43/318

WEISLEIN, Theodor tobacconist Adelaide (158 Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 130/359

WEISS, Carl Bernhardt nurseryman Moules Road, Magill 1950 Memorial 177/525

WEIST, Christian Heinrich farmer Bethel 1858 Memorial 107/143

No 1

WELBOURN, Thomas gardener The Tiers 1847 Memorial 465/7

WELBOURN, Thomas of Alberton 1849 Memorial 18/15

WELBOURN, Thomas farmer formerly of Alberton but now of The Tiers 1849[-1856] Memorial 167/19

WELBOURN, Thomas farmer Section 1079 Hundred of Adelaide [Norton Summit] 1853[-1858] Memorial 252/53

WELBOURN, Thomas Playford cooper Adelaide 1864[-1865]Memorial 135/197

WELBOURN, Thomas Playford out of business Mitcham and Ann Welbourn his wife 1901 Memorial 212/444

No 1

WELLBOURN, William labourer Norwood 1860 Memorial 100/161

WELLBOURN, William of George St, Norwood 1865 Memorial 333/207

WELBOURNE, DA school teacher Pt Pirie 1903 Memorial 183/449

No 1

WELCH, Boucher gentleman Norwood 1853 Memorial 339/57

WELCH, Boucher Esquire Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 417/93

WELCH, Boucher farmer Pt Elliot 1865 Application 6485

WELCH, Boucher formerly gentleman Norwood 1853 but now farmer Hindmarsh Valley, Pt Elliot 1871 Application 11372

WELCH, Boucher gentleman Pt Elliot and Sarah Welch his wife formerly Sarah STORER 1885 Memorial 183/372

WELCH, Boucher Esquire Pt Elliot 1889 Application 21543

WELCH, Boucher farmer Pt Elliot, died c1902. Father of Sarah Ellen Welch spinster, Hamilton Welch and William Fulton Welch farmers all of Pt Elliot Memorial 85/446

WELCH family of Pt Elliot as of 1923 - Augusta Ellen MEYER married woman Tooperang near Finniss; Mary Fulton SMITH married woman Semaphore; and Annie Maitland Welch spinster Pt Elliot Memorial 34/488

WELCH, Charles Clifford accountant Adelaide 1888[-1892] Memorial 169/413

WELCH, Corfe John farmer Tiparra 1892 Memorial 230/413

WELCH, Edwin Boucher farmer near Pt Pirie 1919, linked with Hamilton Welch and Herbert Ernest Welch farmers Pt Elliot. Also Ada Gertrude FISCHER, Emily Sarah Ann BRETT, Effie Jean Rose Ethel Beatrice Welch, and Ruth May Welch, all children of Henry Boucher Welch. HB Welch was a brother to William Fulton Welch gentleman Victor Harbor who had died by 1919. Sarah Ellen Welch spinster home duties Pt Elliot, died 26/7/1914, of pneumonia, aged 63. Born in Stamford, England. In SA for 60 years Application 26739

No 1

WELCH, Hamilton farmer Pt Elliot 1889 Application 21543

WELCH, Hamilton farmer Lincoln Cottage near Pt Elliot 1889[-1911] Memorial 36/396

WELCH, Hamilton farmer and Sarah Ellen Welch spinster both of Hindmarsh Valley 1889. Children of Henry Boucher Welch and Sarah nee STORER Application 21657

No 1

WELCH, Henry Boucher farmer Virginia 1873[-1876] Memorial 2/269

WELCH, Henry Boucher and William Fulton Welch farmers Hundred of Pirie 1885[-1891] Memorial 183/371

WELCH, Henry Boucher farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

No 1

WELCH, James labourer Stepney 1852 Memorial 450/40.

WELCH, James labourer Stepney 1875. He could not write Application 14749

WELCH, James yeoman Nelson St, Stepney, died 13/5/1889. His estate worth £21. He gave his real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Welch, in trust for life, then to his son, John Welch, absolutely in remainder expectant. The wife and son to share the personal estate equally absolutely. Elizabeth Welch died 17/4/1901, of morbus cordis and senile decay, aged 77. Their son, John Welch gentleman Nelson St, Stepney, died 7/2/1923 Adelaide. He left his entire £32,000 estate in equal shares as tenants in common to Archibald FREEBAIRN farmer Alma Plains, Jean Crawford Haddow Freebairn widow Alma Plains and Christina PEATE widow Narracoorte relict of David William Peate mounted constable Application 27255

No 1

WELCH, John farmer Stepney Co Adelaide. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 88 County Victoria

No 2 – perhaps the same person

WELCH, John farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 425 County Daly

WELCH, John farmer Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1901 Memorial 85/443

No 1

WELCH, Thomas bricklayer Glenelg 1850 Memorial 150/25

WELCH, Thomas bricklayer Glenelg, died c1855. He left his house and its contents to his wife, Matilda Welch, in trust for her lifetime or until her remarriage; then to his stepson, William PLAYSTEAD absolutely Memorial 360/83

No 1

WELCH, William coachmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 430/37

No 2

WELCH, William miller Penrice 1865 Memorial 217/207

WELCH, William miller Penrice Mill Penrice 1866 Memorial 43/211

WELCH, William baker Penrice 1867 Memorial 186/228

WELCHFORD, George butcher Hectorville 1900 Memorial 190/441

WELCOME, Alfred James labourer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1898 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

No 1

WELCOME, Robert butcher Kincraig 1867 Memorial 208/224

WELCOME, Robert butcher Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 104 County Robe

WELCOME, Robert farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

WELCOME, Robert butcher Kincraig 1881 Application 18632

WELCOME, Robert farmer Lochaber and Susan Welcome his wife 1881 Application 18815

WELCOME, Robert farmer near Narracoorte 1882 Memorial 210/338

WELCOME, Robert formerly butcher Narracoorte but now farmer near Narracoorte 1883 Memorial 64/357

WELCOME, Robert farmer Narracoorte, died 20/5/1885. Husband of Susan Welcome Memorial 50/369

WELCOME, Robert formerly butcher Kincraig [part of modern Naracoorte], but by 1867 farmer near Narracoorte, died 21/5/1885. His wife, Susan Welcome, had a life interest in his real estate, then the land to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst his four children - Sarah Ann Welcome, Alfred James Welcome, Susan Welcome and William Welcome. His son AJ Welcome was a farmer near Narracoorte by 1918 Application 26699

WELCOME, Susan widow near Narracoorte 1907 Memorial 165/457

WELD, John Edward medical practitioner Kanmantoo 1862 Application 3615

No 1

WELD, Octavius doctor Mt Barker 1875 Memorial 113/283

WELD, Octavius doctor of medicine Mt Barker 1875 Application 14288

WELD, Octavius JP of Nairne 1876 Memorial 190/294

WELD, Octavius medical practitioner Mt Barker 1887 Memorial 62/383

WELDEN, Albert William farm labourer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1930 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

WELDEN, Elijah gardener Kilkenny 1920[-1921] Memorial 114/480

WELDEN, Ella Amy school teacher Prospect Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

No 1

WELDEN, George carpenter Gawler South 1876 Memorial 128/295

WELDEN, George carpenter Gawler 1882 Memorial 129/337

WELDEN, George carpenter formerly of Gawler South but now of Ovingham 1883 Memorial 38/352

WELDEN, George of Ovingham linked with John Welden farmer Sharp Well 1883 Memorial 75/351

No 2 FIND CHECK RUN

WELDEN, George carpenter Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1920 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WELDEN, John the Younger carpenter Gawler South 1873 Memorial 76/269

WELDEN, John farmer Sharpes Well 1894 Memorial 140/420

WELDEN, John carpenter Sharps Well 1898 Memorial 61/435

No 1

WELDEN, Joseph carter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 179/66

WELDEN, Joseph carter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 483/88

WELDEN, Stephen farmer Wokurna 1897[-1904] Memorial 141/431

WELK, William ship owner Pt Adelaide 1871 Memorial 86/295

WELKE, August labourer Point Pass 1902 Memorial 36/445

WELKE, Christian farmer Concordia 1866 Memorial 15/210

WELKE, Friedrich August of Eudunda 1880 Memorial 129/327

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WELKE, Friedrich Wilhelm of Section 264 (535 acres) Hundred of Boucaut 1883 Memorial 157/348

WELKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Koolunga 1889 Memorial 28/397

No 1

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 198/58

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer Nain 1854 Memorial 124/78

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer Condowie.Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer near Daveyston Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer near Snowtown 1888 Memorial 88/395

WELKE, Gottlieb Ferdinand farmer Nain near Daveyston Co Light. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 41 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WELKE, Heinrich farmer near Kingston [Kingsford ?] near Gawler 1863 Memorial 16/210 Farmer formerly of Kingsford but now of Section 232 Hundred of Alma Co Gawler 1866 Memorial 17/210

WELKE, Heinrich Christian farmer near Kingston [Kingsford ?] near Gawler 1863 Memorial 195/169

WELKE, Heinrich Julius farmer Snowtown Co Daly. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1900 Grant Book 55 Page 43 County Stanley

WELKE, Wilhelm miller Mt Pleasant 1865 Memorial 134/201

WELLBY, George storeman Pt Augusta Co Frome. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 305 County Not named

WELLBY, Joseph of Pt Augusta 1864 Memorial 217/197

WELLER, AC accountant Adelaide 1921 Memorial 184/482

WELLER, Alfred George fellmonger Pt Augusta 1888 Memorial 54/393

No 1

WELLER, Frank licensed victualler Willyama NSW and Mary Weller his wife took out a £1000 mortgage on the temporary hotel at the Leigh Creek railway siding 1890 Memorial 46/404

WELLER, Mary widow publican Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 65 Page 252 County Not named

No 1

WELLER, John plaisterer Adelaide 1852[-1857] Memorial 285/40

WELLER, John plasterer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1865 Memorial 218/207

WELLER, John plasterer Goodwood Park 1865 Memorial 314/204

WELLER, John plasterer Marion and Ann Weller his wife 1873 Memorial 107/270

WELLER, John plasterer Unley and Ann Weller his wife 1875 Memorial 108/286

WELLER, John plasterer Goodwood, died c1876. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Weller Memorial 164/291

WELLER, Ann widow Goodwood Park 1878. Relict of the late John Weller formerly plasterer Adelaide 1857 who died c1877 Applications 16254, 16599

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WELLER, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 329/48 Labourer Littlehampton 1853[-1857] Memorial 330/48

WELLER, Thomas brickmaker Littlehampton, died 10/9/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Eliza Weller, to settle his estate Memorial 115/307

WELLER, Thomas of Littlehampton, died 10/9/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Eliza Weller, to settle the the estate. Mrs Weller still lived at Littlehampton by 1883 Memorial 17/353

WELLER, Eliza widow Littlehampton 1877 Application 16360

WELLER, Eliza widow Littlehampton, died 15/9/1891. Mother of George Weller, Thomas Weller, Elom Weller, Esther Weller, and Clara Albina Weller. Estate worth £25 Memorial 226/410

WELLER, Thomas the Elder yeoman Littlehampton, died 10/9/1875. His wife, Eliza Weller, died 15/9/1891. Parents of Thomas Weller the Younger lamp lighter Goodwood Park 1896 Application 23072

WELLER, William Henry yeoman Littlehampton 1854 Memorial 91/66

WELLINGTON, A postmaster Wellington on the Murray 1925 Memorial 12/493

No 1

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Primitive Methodist Minister Norwood 1899[-1901] Memorial 100/440

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Methodist minister Pt Pirie 19904 Memorial 44/451

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Methodist minister Glenelg 1912 Memorial 24/467, Application 26114

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Methodist minister formerly of Pt Pirie but now of Glenelg 1913 Memorial 47/469

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Methodist minister formerly of Glenelg but now of Pt Pirie 1926 Memorial 10/495

WELLINGTON, Cyril Gilmore salesman St Peters 1920 Application 26860

No 1

WELLINGTON, David John caretaker Maylands 1904 Memorial 141/452

No 2

WELLINGTON, David John Methodist Minister Kent Town 1939 Memorial 22/514

WELLINGTON, Herbert Arthur agent Cowell Co Jervois. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909[-1910] Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

No 1

WELLINGTON, John smelter Strathalbyn Mine 1862[-1863] Memorial 69/186

WELLINGTON, John formerly smelter Strathalbyn 1858 now miner Moonta Mines 1873[-1874] Application 13183

WELLINGTON, Joseph George farmer Clare 1856 Memorial 462/97

WELLINGTON, Richard carpenter Adelaide (Gouger St) 1848[-1856] Memorial 334/11

No 1

WELLINGTON, Stephen smelter Strathalbyn 1860 The SA Copper Mining Co agreed to let him lease for 10 years part of its Section 2702 Hundred of Strathalbyn, and build 'a good and substantial two room stone cottage with a lean to at the back the same to be covered with shingles or iron - also to fence in the land with a sufficient fence of wire not less than three wires … also to cultivate the land in a good and husbandlike manner and keep cottage and fences in good repair and deliver up same at the expiation of the term' Memorial 33/166

No 2

WELLINGTON, Stephen Primitive Methodist Minister formerly of Woodside 1885 now of Kooringa 1899, delared that the authorities sold the Hartley Vale Chapel [near Gumeracha] on 15/5/1885, 'owing to the Society at Hartley Vale aforesaid becoming so reduced as that the chapel, school and premises there could not be supported'. to William and Alfred Moore farmers Hartley Vale, for £25 Application 23781

WELLINGTON, Stephen of Kooringa 1899 Memorial 238/437

WELLINGTON, William Henry wood carter East Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

WELLINGTON, WT undertaker Hawker 1893 Application 27994

WELLMAN, William Solomon farmer Ashwell near Gawler 1854[-1863] Memorial 86/67, Application 2839

WELLMANN, Anna spinster Norwood 1872 Application 11979

WELLS, AG accountant Gawler 1883 Memorial 225/353

No 1

WELLS, Alfred architect Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1903 Memorial 186/447

WELLS, Alfred and MS CLARK, Brookman’s Buildings, Adelaide, drew up lease plans for Gilbert Buildings facing Gilbert Place, Pt Town Acre 78, Adelaide, for Frank JOHNSON Esquire 1911 Deposit 26/1912

WELLS, Allen and Henry Edward sheep farmers Penola 1861 Memorial 23/177

WELLS, Basil Robert Newman picture show proprietor The Parade Norwood 1916 Memorial 3/474

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

No 1

WELLS, Charles gardener Darley on the Torrens near Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 269/15

No 2

WELLS, Charles mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 82/333

No 3

WELLS, Charles labourer Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1904[-1910] Grant Book 58 Page 385 County Sturt

No 1

WELLS, Clement cabinetmaker Adelaide and Caroline Wilson Wells his wife daughter of the late Andrew HARRIOT farmer Dalkeith 1873 Memorial 80/270

WELLS, Clement gentleman Adelaide (near West Tce) 1879 Memorial 94/316

WELLS, Clement cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1888 Memorial 132/392

No 1 - possibly the same person

WELLS, David carpenter Kooringa 1854[-1862] Memorial 291/73

WELLS, David agent Kooringa 1866 Memorial 15/211

WELLS, David of Redruth 1871[-1876] Memorial 85/281

WELLS, David agent Kooringa 1867 Memorial 114/405

WELLS, David gentleman Kooringa 1886 Application 20899

WELLS, Edmund Percy civil engineer Adelaide, about to go to Europe for a time, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/11/1880 Deposit 129/1881

WELLS, Edward William Newman baker Clare 1936 Application 28001

No 1 - possibly the same person

WELLS, Frank R bank clerk Maitland 1893[-1895] Memorial 135/418

WELLS, Francis Richard clerk Glenelg linked with Fanny Wells widow Glenelg 1888 Memorial 95/389

WELLS, Fred farmer Georgetown 1881 Memorial 119/331

WELLS, Frederick mining captain Meadows 1882 Memorial 31/347, Application 21234

No 2

WELLS, George shoemaker Adelaide 1838 Application 27752

WELLS, George shoemaker Adelaide 1841 Application 17556

WELLS, George bootmaker Hindmarsh February 1842. By May 1842 bootmaker Hindley St, Adelaide. By 1851 bootmaker Tam O'Shanter Land Application 26255

WELLS, George shoemaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842 Memorial 240/63

WELLS, George of Tam O'Shanter Land 1849 Memorial 102/16

WELLS, George shoemaker Tam O'Shanter Land 1851 Memorial 351/37

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WELLS, George licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 291/101

WELLS, George licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1857 7-year lease at £100 a year for the Everley Inn Section 1789 Hundred of Strathalbyn from Edwin Chanter MAIDMENT farmer Everley Hundred of Strathalbyn Memorial 121/131

WELLS, George of Everley near Strathalbyn, became bankrupt in 1858 Memorial 187/136

WELLS, George Clark of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 97/410

WELLS, George Henry labourer Bumburnie. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 36 County Stanley

WELLS, George Irvine labourer Lower Light. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WELLS, Henry of Botley Farm, Penwortham 1854 Memorial 224/65

WELLS, Henry butcher Penwortham 1864 Memorial 271/199

WELLS, Henry Albert engine driver Semaphore 1915 Application 26423

No 1

WELLS, Henry Edmund and Thomas Allan stockholders Penola. Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 10 County Grey

WELLS, Henry Edmund and Thomas Allan Wells sheep farmers Penola 1861 Memorial 23/177

WELLS, Henry Edmund and Thomas Allan Wells sheep farmers Mingbool 1866 Memorial 84/215

WELLS, Henry Edmund sheep inspector Penola 1886 Application 20982

No 2 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 1

WELLS, HE JP of Wellington on the Murray 1880 Memorial 206/325

WELLS, Henry Edmund civil servant Kent Town linked with Richard Noel Wells of Roseneath, Surbiton, Surrey, England 1898 Memorial 192/435

No 1

WELLS, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 169/27

WELLS, John cabinetmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 159/58

WELLS, John cabinetmaker Adelaide (Gilbert St), died 6/5/1892. Father of Clement Wells cabinetmaker Adelaide and father-in-law of Henry Walter Wood accountant Norwood Memorial 170/417

No 2

WELLS, John one of HM Customs Officers Pt Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 95/21

No 3

WELLS, John farmer Brighton 1854 Memorial 368/71

WELLS, John farmer Reedbeds, died c1856. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Phoebe Wells, for her lifetime, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 431/99

WELLS, John farmer Reedbeds near Adelaide husband of Phoebe Wells. He died c1856. Father of John and William Wells Deposit 46/1884

WELLS, John farmer Condah Vic and William Wells miner Woods Point Vic, sons of John Wells farmer Reedbeds who died 18/3/1856 and his wife, Phoebe Wells, who died 27/12/1883 Memorial 119/356

No 4

WELLS, John farmer The Pine Forest 1855[-1856] Application 19419, Memorial 350/97

No 5

WELLS, John storekeeper Magill Rd, Norwood 1855 Memorial 349/79

WELLS, John storekeeper Stepney, became a bankrupt by 1887 Memorial 150/387

WELLS, John N Officer of HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1864[-1868] Memorial 316/197

No 1 - probably the same person

WELLS, Michael bootmaker Adelaide (Bent St) 1859 Application 811

WELLS, Michael licensed victualler Adelaide (Dolphin Tavern Rundle St) took out a 7-year lease of the hotel from 1876[-1882] Memorial 74/289

WELLS, Michael licensed victualler Parkside Hotel, Eastwood, died c1887 Memorial 229/386

No 1

WELLS, Percy Esquire Adelaide 1864 Memorial 188/192

WELLS, Percy clerk to Philip LEVI & Co merchants Adelaide 1865 Memorial 71/206

WELLS, Percy gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1874 but now of parts beyond the seas 1876 Application 15365

WELLS, Percy gentleman Adelaide (Victoria Square) 1878 Memorial 80/308

WELLS, Percy formerly merchant Adelaide but now living at 50 Elgin Crescent Notting Hill, Middlesex, England 1886 Memorial 76/384

WELLS, Percy merchant late of Adelaide, but now of 50 Elgin Crescent Notting Hill, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON Esquire MLC Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 6/7/1886. A Caroline Ada Wells spinster of the same address witnessed the document Deposit 43/1887

WELLS, Percy Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of 26 Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington, London, Middlesex, England 1895 Memorial 222/426

WELLS, Percy formerly of Adelaide, next of 26 Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington West, London, England, now of parts beyond the sea 1903 Application 24605

No 1

WELLS, Percy Middleton chemist and optician Adelaide 1919 Memorial 135/478

WELLS, Percy Middleton chemist Goolwa. Marion E Wells mentioned but not described 1920 Memorial 58/480

WELLS, Percy Middleton chemist Goolwa 1931 Application 27853

WELLS, Percy Middleton chemist Liverpool Rd, Goolwa 1947 Application 28551

No 1

WELLS, Richard baker Hammersmith 1850 Memorial 233/27

No 2

WELLS, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1862] Memorial 114/76

WELLS, Richard shorthand writer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 226/121

WELLS, Richard gentleman Norwood 1860[-1865] Memorial 252/165

WELLS, Richard gentleman Kent Town and his wife, Fanny Wells, agreed to a separation because of 'some unhappy differences which had arisen'. Assets apportioned under trust without a legal settlement. Mrs Wells also to keep their only child, Francis Richard Wells, aged 4 years on 1/10/1870 Memorial 49/250

No 1 - miscellaneous; may be linked through further research

WELLS, Robert labourer Yankalilla 1860 Memorial 142/163

WELLS, Robert labourer Cowandilla 1877 Memorial 69/303

WELLS, Robert dairyman Ardtornish 1880 Memorial 242/321

No 2

WELLS, Robert mail driver Marree Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

No 3

WELLS, Robert station master Wasleys 1891 Memorial 31/424

WELLS, Robert station master Wasleys, died c1894. Father of Emily Jane Wells [Other children not named] Memorial 32/424

WELLS, Robert Newman picture show proprietor The Parade Norwood 1916 Memorial 3/474

No 1

WELLS, Thomas labourer Marden 1854 Memorial 45/79

WELLS, Thomas gardener formerly of Marden but now of the Glen Osmond Road 1858 Memorial 265/146

No 2

WELLS, Thomas Junr formerly of St Leonards but now of Ballarat Vic 1866 Application 7730

No 3

WELLS, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 4/253

No 4

WELLS, Thomas farmer near Thebarton 1880 Memorial 218/321

No 1

WELLS, Thomas Allen stockholder Penola. Hundred of Penola land grant 1859 Grant Book 29 Page 10 County Grey

WELLS, Thomas Allen Esquire Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 244/192

WELLS, Thomas Allen sheep farmer Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 172/217

WELLS, Thomas Allen stockholder Yahl Park Mt Gambier Hundred of Caroline land grant 1866 Grant Book 31 Page 3 County Grey

WELLS, Thomas Allen sheep farmer Yahl Park near Mt Gambier linked with Henry Edmund Wells sheep farmer Mingbool 1867 Memorial 232/232

WELLS, Walter Frederick assistant storekeeper Auburn 1881 Memorial 250/334

No 1

WELLS, William waiter Adelaide 1838 Application 13272.

No 2

WELLS, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1850[-1852] Memorial 251/25

WELLS, William lighterman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 51/70

WELLS, William master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Clinton (Hundred of Clinton) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 123 County Daly

WELLS, William mariner Le Fevre Peninsula father of Charles Wells no description 1866 Memorial 184/210

WELLS, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1868[-1882] Applications 9061, 19097

No 3

WELLS, William shipowner Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1758

WELLS, William shipowner Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11835

WELLS, William merchant Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 127/302

WELLS, William ship owner Pt Adelaide 1878[-1887] Memorial 161/311, Application 21247

No 1

WELLS, William Jesse clerk 55 Queen St, Alberton, aged 62 in 1951, declared that he had lived at that address since 1915, at first renting the house until 1921 Application 28828

WELLS, William Jesse clerk Queen St, Alberton 1958, declared that he had lived at that address for 40 years Application 29341

WELLS, William Poole Wesleyan Methodist Minister Norwood 1877 Application 16053

No 1

WELLSMAN, Thomas mariner Alberton 1853 Memorial 11/61

WELLSMAN, Thomas mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1857 Memorial 234/130

WELLSMAN, Thomas pilot Le Fevre Peninsula father of Sarah Wellsman 1871 Memorial 86/295

WELLSMAN, Thomas pilot Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula, died 17/8/1876. His widow, Edis Wellsman, died 14/3/1886. The Wellsmans left three children - Sarah, Mary and Charles Wellsman. Several children died in infancy 1887 Application 21247

WELLUM, John farmer Black Springs 1855 Memorial 209/83

WELSBY, Aubrey Raymond bank official 28 Hope St, Glen Iris Vic and WELSBY, Kenneth Edward Welsby clerk McInnes Ave, Broadview 1928, declared that they were sons of Sarah Welsby of 44 Myrtle St, Prospect Application 27664

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WELSBY, John labourer Thebarton 1871[-1879] Memorial 10/257

WELSBY, John striker Thebarton, died 26/3/1882. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Welsby Memorial 127/360

WELSBY, Elizabeth widow Thebarton 1884 Application 20087

WELSBY, John of Light Tce, Thebarton, died 1882. His widow, Elizabeth Welsby 56 (Father: John BERRY) remarried to Richard HILL 58 labourer Robe St, Pt Adelaide (Father: Richard Hill Senr) on 20/6/1892 Minister's residence Brown St, Adelaide. Minister: Edward G DAY. Witnesses: Henry LINDSAY guard Thebarton and Eliza Lindsay matron Thebarton. By 1908, Elizabeth Welsby was again a widow Application 25537

No 2 - perhaps the same person; perhaps the Younger

WELSBY, John labourer Thebarton 1886 Application 20942

WELSBY, John engine fitter Quorn 1889 Memorial 166/396

WELSBY, Joseph labourer Chapel St, Thebarton 1918 Application 26691

WELSH, Eliza widow near Warcowie Mt Remarkable 1860 Memorial 68/169

WELSH, James labourer Stepney Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1858 Grant Book 26 Page 11 County Gawler

WELSH, James farmer Native Valley 1864[-1867] Memorial 305/195

WELSH, Joseph farmer Sheaoak Log 1854[-1856] Memorial 213/65

No 1

WELSH, Peter farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855 Memorial 240/90

No 2

WELSH, Peter farmer Kingston S-E 1893 Memorial 4/418

WELSH, Philip labourer Pt Lincoln 1853 Memorial 483/51

No 1

WELSH, Richard labourer The Sturt 1852 Memorial 428/45

WELSH, Richard stockholder The Sturt 1854 Memorial 137/85

No 2

WELSH, Richard farmer Rapid Bay 1853[-1871] Memorial 334/62

WELSH, Richard farmer near Rapid Bay 1864 Application 4963.

WELSH, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1854] Memorial 117/230

WELSH, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1883 Application 19668.

No 1

WELSH, RA surveyor Mt Barker 1847 Memorial 432/33

WELSH, RA of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 156/12

WELSH, Robert Argyle surveyor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 48/19

WELSH, Timothy farmer Willowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1897 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

WELSH, Thomas farmer Sevenhills near Clare. Hundred of Clare land grant 1863 Grant Book 56 Page 37 County Stanley

WELSH, William farmer Langhorne Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

WELSH, William J storekeeper Riverton 1872 Memorial 152/258

WELTON, John sawyer Cox Creek 1854[-1855] Memorial 499/73

No 1

WEMAN, David labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 97/40

WEMAN, David mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 418/68

WEMAN, David drayman Portland Estate 1859 Application 368.

WEMAN, David carter Portland Estate 1859[-1891] Memorial 93/156

WEMAN, David carter Pt Adelaide 1863[-1868] Memorial 235/188

WEMAN, David carter Portland Estate 1892 Application 22219.

WEMAN, David Henry formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of College St, Portland Estate 1926 Application 27459

No 1

WEMAN, Henry sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1856[-1891] Memorial 255/114

WEMAN, Henry sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 301

WEMAN, Henry sailmaker Portland Estate 1864 Application 5747

WEMAN, Henry ship chandler Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 39 Page 88 County Jervois

WEMAN, Henry sailmaker Pt Adelaide, died 4/10/1891 Application 22203

WEMAN, Henry ship chandler Pt Adelaide, died 4/10/1891. Father of Clara Sophia SKINNER wife of Alfred Henry Skinner one of HM Customs officers Pt Adelaide, Mabel Mary Frances Pope Skinner wife of William Hickson Skinner wharfinger The Semaphore, Hannah Wiskin May Pope Weman spinster The Semaphore, Christina DEEX wife of David Deex the Younger ship chandler Pt Adelaide and Henry Pope Weman (who died 11/5/1896) Memorial 140/458

No 1 - probably the same person

WEMAN, Henry Pope mercantile clerk Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22203.

WEMAN, Henry Pope licensed victualler Morphett Vale 1896 Memorial 16/500

WEMYSS, Robert gentleman Abbotshall Lower Mitcham 1921 Memorial 24/483

WEN, Charles baker Pt Pirie 1886 Memorial 239/374

No 1

WEN, Johann Heinrich Martin Fritz baker Pt Pirie 1891 Memorial 91/408

WEN, Johann Heinrich Martin commonly called Fritz Wen, baker Pt Pirie, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to William UPTON bank manager Pt Pirie, to manage his SA business affairs 18/4/1891. By 21/4/1894, Fritz Wen went abroad again, leaving Carl KAHLBAUM miller Pt Pirie to manage his business affairs Deposits 57/1891 and 24/1894

WEN, Johann Heinrich Martin commonly known as Fritz Wen carrying on commercial concerns in Port Pirie and about to leave to reside abroad 1894 Memorial 40/421

No 1

WENDLAND, Friedrich Ludovic Christian master mariner Exeter 1882 Memorial 167/340

WENDLAND, Friedrich Ludwig Christian master mariner Exeter 1901 Application 24131

WENDT, Catharine widow Mudla Wirra 1857 Memorial 265/128

WENDT, Friedrich farmer Eden Valley. Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

WENDT, Heinrich farmer Section 33 Hundred of Mudla Wirra Co Gawler 1855 Memorial 437/89

WENDT, Heinrich Siegmund farmer Black Forest 1850 Memorial 274/26 Farmer Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 428/28

WENDT, Joachim Mathias jeweller Adelaide, about to proceed to Europe for a time, power of attorney to Hermann Koeppen WENDT no description, to manage his SA business affairs 23/5/1882 Deposit108/1882

WENHAM, Albert Edward farmer Yankalilla and Ida Florence Wenham his wife 1951 Memorial 133/526

WENHAM, Henry bricklayer Yatala 1880 Application 18128

No 1

WENHAM, James farmer Yankalilla 1889 Memorial 181/398

WENHAM, James 35 farmer Wattle Flat near Myponga (Father: Robert Wenham) married Susan CLARKE 33 spinster Yankalilla (Father: John Clarke) on 18/8/1891 Willunga RC Church. Minister: Mark DELAHUNTY. Witnesses: Thomas S TUOHY police constable Willunga, Catherine Clarke Wattle Flat Application 22146

WENHAM, James farmer Myponga and Susan Wenham his wife 1898 Application 23723

WENHAM, Reuben Ernest and WILKINSON, Claude Leslie Pt Lincoln, trading under the name of Wenham, Wilkinson & Co joinery and furniture manufacturers 1929 Application 27780

No 1

WENHAM, Robert farmer Willunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 249/37

WENHAM, Robert farmer Yankalilla. Hundred of Myponga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 420 County Hindmarsh

WENHAM, Robert Lawrence grazier near Strathalbyn and Hilda Harriet Wenham his wife 1952 Application 28862

No 1

WENKE, Adam farmer Light River near Kapunda 1861 Application 2351

WENKE, Adam farmer Bethel 1880 Application 18052

No 1

WENKE, Michael farmer near Stockwell 1859 Application 932

WENKE, Michael farmer Ebenezer, about to depart from the province, power of attorney to George Friedrich BOEHM farmer Light Pass, to act for him as executor for the will of Johann PANNACH, who died c1864. Husband of Anna Wenke. Michael Wenke left after 4/9/1868 Deposit 169/1883

No 1 – probably the same person

WENNERBORN, Charles labourer Penola 1867 Memorial 33/225

WENNERBORN, Charles labourer Penola 1869 Application 10110

WENNERBORN, Carl August farmer Penola. Penola North (later Penola Hundred of Penola) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 31 Page 142 County Grey

WENNEN, Thomas yeoman Callington 1861 Memorial 74/177

WENNEN, William miner Callington on the Bremer 1859 Memorial 201/149

No 1

WENNING, Theodor blacksmith Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 210/71

WENNING, Theodor farmer Nuriootpa 1855[-1859] Memorial 270/102

WENT, William James retired 31 Alison St, St Leonards, aged 78 years in 1939, declared that he had lived in St Leonards until 1872 and returned periodically to live there until 1880 when he lived elsewhere until 1924 when he returned to live there again Application 28217

No 1

WENTSCHKE, Gottlob wheelwright Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 87/140

WENTSCHKE, Gottlob farmer Mt Torrens 1860 Memorial 203/167

WENTSCHKE, Gottlob farmer Mt Torrens, became a bankrupt in 1862 Memorial 131/183

No 1

WENTZEL, Christian farmer Lobethal 1851[-1853] Memorial 160/37

WENTZEL, Christian farmer Lobethal, died c1854. Formerly of Habzigin, Germany. Wife, Johanne Dorothea nee HAMPEL. Daughter Johanna Luise Wenzel. All estate to his wife and daughter. Estate worth £100. Executor Johann Gottlieb PFEIFFER of Lobethal. Application 167

WENTZEL, Christian farmer formerly of Kalzig in Germany, died c1854 Lobethal. He left his entire estate to his widow, Johanne Dorothea nee HAMPEL and his daughter, Johanne Luise WENZEL, in equal shares. Johanne Dorothea WENZEL remarried to Johann Christian REDLICH farmer Lobethal. She left her estate to him, which he now owned jointly with his step-daughter, Johanne Luise DRESCHLER wife of Friedrich Heinrich Engelhard Dreschler labourer Grünthal. Adolph BEHREND carter Lobethal and Mrs Lydia HORN nee MEYER owned land adjoining the property Application 12235

WENTZEL, Johanna Dorothea widow Lobethal 1855 Memorial 89/80

No 1

WENZEL, August Heinrich Friedrich miner Wheal Gawler Mine 1850 Memorial 212/24

WENZEL, August Heinrich Friedrich miner Greenock Creek 1851[-1852] Memorial 206/33

WENZEL, August Friedrich Heinrich farmer Langhorne Creek 1854 Memorial 300/196

WENZEL, Carl bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 129/74

WENZEL, EH formerly mine manager Talc Mine via Lyndhurst but now hotel proprietor Alma Hotel, Lobethal and CD Wenzel his wife 1960 Memorial 57/533

No 1 FIND - Wenzel or Wentzel

WENZEL, Emil architect Norwood 1851[-1852] Memorial 368/35

WENZEL, Emile August Eduard of Adelaide 1859[-1870] Memorial 135/157

WENZEL, Emile August Eduard timber merchant Adelaide 1868[-1870] Memorial 70/255, Application 10800

WENZEL, Emil August Eduard gentleman Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1873 Memorial 43/265

WENZEL, Emil gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1875[-1877] Memorial 247/284

WENTZEL, Emil August Eduard gentleman formerly of Pulteney St, Adelaide, but now of Baden Baden, German Empire, for a time, power of attorney to George Heinrich Christoph MEYER merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide, and Adam ADAMSON agricultural machine manufacturer Angas St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/1/1879 Deposit 169/1879

WENZEL, Emil August Eduard gentleman formerly of Pulteney St, Adelaide, but now in parts beyond the seas 1880 Memorial 14/325

WENZEL, Friedrich J farmer Langhorne Creek 1887 Memorial 220/383

WENZEL, Oscar Burney labourer Langhorne Creek 1932 Memorial 123/505

WENZEL, Paul Reinhold tenant farmer Floraville Estate (pt Sections 16 & 17 Hundred of Nuriootpa & pt Section 3045 Hundred of Barossa) near Gawler 1888 Memorial 7/394

No 1

WERECHON, Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Lacepede Bay. Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

WERCHON, Frederick William farmer Robe. Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 22 County Robe

WERCHON, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Robe 1886[-1887] Memorial 20/381

WERCHON, Friedrich farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

No 1

WERE, Jonathan Binns and Alfred Addison TODD merchants Adelaide (Pt TA 112 Hindley St) 1847 Memorial 283/9

WERE, Jonathan Binns and Alfred Addison TODD merchants and co-partners Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Messrs Were, Todd & Co 1851 Memorial 256/39

WERE, Jonathan Binns merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 414/46

WERE, Jonathan Binns merchant [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Melbourne Vic a member of the partnership firm of JB Were Kent & Co at present on a visit to England 1856 Memorial 113/204

WERE, Paul David sharefarmer Currency Creek, died 28/11/1959, a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the head, aged 29. Born in Colonel Light Gardens. A bachelor Memorial 69/533

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WERE, Walter builder Thebarton 1911 Application 26024

WERE, W builder Prospect 1915 Memorial 104/472

WERFEL, Albert drover Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

No 1

WERFEL, August Carl Heinrich Conrad labourer Pt Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Pinda land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 590 County Frome

WERFEL, August Carl Heinrich Conrad farmer Hammond. Hammond township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

WERNER, August Rudolph farmer Hundred of Schomburgk Co Burra 1886 Memorial 212/374

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WERNER, Carl farmer Gnadenfrei 1858 Memorial 5/140

WERNER, Carl farmer near Greenock Creek 1887 Application 21226

No 2

WERNER, Carl rabbit catcher Lapford. Hundred of Bright land grant 1881 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WERNER, CG storekeeper Robertstown 1899 Memorial 212/437

WERNER, Carl Gustav gardener Angaston 1914 Memorial 152/471

WERNER, Edwin Hugo farmer Woodchester on the Bremer 1932 Memorial 103/505

WARNER/WERNER??, Ernst August farmer Hundred of Bower 1886 Memorial 66/376

WERNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Kanmantoo and Callington 1914 Application 26322

WERNER, Hermann of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 152/392

WERNER, Hugh Robert garage proprietor Railway Tce Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1951 Grant Book 12 Page 80 County Chandos

WERNER, James of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 151/392

WERNER, Johann Carl farmer Gnadenfrei 1864 Memorial 196/199

No 1

WERNER, Johann Carl Wilhelm farmer Mootatunga. Trustee Mootatunga Hall 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

WERNER, Johann Carl Wilhelm farmer Mootatunga. Trustee Methodist Church Mootatunga 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 251 County Chandos

No 1

WERNER, Johann Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1859[-1864] Memorial 137/160

WERNER, Gottlieb shoemaker Tanunda 1864 Application 4816

No 1

WERNER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Greenock 1864 Memorial 196/199

No 2

WERNER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Kanmantoo 1884[-1888] Memorial 97/357

WERNER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Kanmantoo, died c1892. Husband of Johanne Wilhelmine Werner Memorial 227/418

WERNER, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Kanmantoo, died 12/2/1892. He left his personal estate to his wife, Johanne Wilhelmine Werner in trust for life or until her remarriage, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his daughters, Auguste Louise HOFFMANN wife of Heinrich Hoffmann blacksmith Sommerfeld, Anna Lydia Werner spinster near Kanmantoo and Johanne Wilhelmine Hulda Werner spinster near Kanmantoo. The widow and the two unmarried daughters also to get £800 each. Mrs Hoffmann to get £500. Son Gustav Hermann Werner to get 350 ewes, also Sections 1834, 4417 (11 acres taken for the Nairne and Vic Border railway line between the homestead and Scott Creek), pt 1835 Hundred of Kanmantoo provided he pay £1,200 into the estate. Son Friedrich Wilhelm Werner to get the residuary estate, provided he pay all the expenses of his father's funeral and the winding up of the estate. John PALTRIDGE commission agent Mt Barker and Friedrich Traugott LIEBING saddler Mt Barker to be the trustees and executors Application 22630

WERNER, Julius Conrad farmer Hundred of Bower 1886 Memorial 66/376

No 1

WERNER, Reinhold Otto labourer Callington on the Bremer 1929 Memorial 153/502

WERNER, Reinhold Otto farmer Callington on the Bremer 1946 Application 28459

WERNER, Wilhelm farmer Tanunda leased land in the Hundred of English 1882 Memorial 167/345

WERRAN, Donald farmer Angas Plains 1873 Memorial 115/267

WERREY/WERRY, William gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 271/44

No 1

WERTHEIM, Hugo importer Adelaide (107 Rundle St) 1901 Memorial 114/442

WERTHEIM, Hugo importer 107 Rundle St, Adelaide of the firm of Hugo Wertheim Pty Ltd of 107 Rundle St, Adelaide 1911 Memorial 212/465

WERTHEIMER, Ludwig seedsman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 212/336

Miscellaneous - may be linked through future research

No 1

WESCOMBE, George farmer Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 99/371

WESCOMBE, George gardener Upper Sturt linked with William Henry Wescombe farmer formerly of Franklin Harbour but now of Unley 1913 Memorial 187/469

WESCOMBE, Horace Sturt and John Mark Wescombe market gardeners Upper Sturt 1913 Memorial 59/468

WESCOMBE, James bus driver Adelaide (Pirie St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

No 1

WESCOMBE, John farmer of The Tiers 1848 Memorial 59/12

WESCOMBE, John farmer Upper Sturt 1850[-1870] Memorial 489/27

WESCOMBE, John farmer Brownhill Creek 1854 Memorial 143/71

WESCOMBE, John farmer formerly of Brownhill Creek 1854 but now of Upper Sturt 1866 Application 7946

WESCOMBE, John and Stephen ROSE of the Upper Sturt in the District of Mitcham. They hoped to develop a silver mine on their property - Sections 959 and 1085 on the Sturt. They appointed Hichens GEDYE of Glenelg as their agent to register and promote a company to do the mining 1868 Memorial 237/233

WESCOMBE, John married Ann O'LAREY on 15/12/1863. John Wescombe died 20/4/1875. Ann Wescombe died 25/1/1897. She left the bulk of her estate to her two daughters, Euphemia Agnes Westcombe and Rebecca Wescombe absolutely. Executor: William Henry Wescombe. Euphemia Agnes Wescombe married James ASHTON on 8/2/1897. Euphemia ASHTON widow died 4/11/1964, aged 93, leaving 4 sons and 1 daughter living. Rebecca Wescombe died 27/1/1905. She left her mother's weatherboard cottage at Upper Sturt to her two nieces - Pearl Euphemia GOODALL and Clarice Emily Maud Goodall. Clarice Goodall married Harold William SLATER fruit grower Upper Sturt, on 10/4/1926 at Kent Town. Pearl Goodall married Albert William Hill on 23/10/1943 at Maylands. Pearl Goodall wife of Albert Hill retired labourer 18 Clements Tce, Christies Beach, died 14/7/1962 intestate. Her sister, Clarice Slater, lived on Ironbark Rd, Upper Sturt. George Wescombe belongs to this family somehow; Percy George Wescombe retired orchardist 31 Pine Ave, Warradale born 3/6/1891 Upper Sturt was his son. John and Anne Wescombe must have had another daughter, Mary Anne Wescombe, who became Mrs Goodall. The Wescombe cottage had become the Upper Sturt post office by 1968, Application 29638.

WESCOMBE, Ann widow Upper Sturt 1883 Application 19625

WESCOMBE, Ann widow formerly of 3 Castle St, off Halifax St, Adelaide but then of Gilles St, Adelaide, died 25/1/1897. Executor; William Henry Wescombe of Franklin Harbour 1913 Memorial 177/469

WESCOMBE, John Whitaker farmer Upper Sturt 1871 Application 11585

No 1

WESCOMBE, SJ farmer Upper Sturt 1876 Application 15059.

WESCOMBE, Samuel James labourer Upper Sturt 1879[-1883] Memorial 15/315, Application 19625

WESCOMBE, Thomas William farmer Upper Sturt. Perhaps a family link with John GOODALL farmer Upper Sturt and Mary Ann Goodall his wife 1902 Memorial 215/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WESCOMBE, William Henry of Franklin Harbour 1883 Application 19625

WESCOMBE, William Henry farmer Adelaide 1913 Memorial 15/469

No 1 - probably the same person

WESENMEYER, Christian engineer Adelaide 1867 Application 8839.

WESENMEYER, Christian railway employee Adelaide 1868 Application 9573

No 1

WESER, Wilhelm 25 tinman Adelaide married Eliza WHITE 20 on 18/1/1853 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Marie ROSENHAIN was one of the witnesses. Wilhelm Weser tinman Willunga died 13/2/1857 from falling into a well, aged 29 intestate. His eldest son, Wilhelm Thomas Traugott Weser, born 2/11/1853 his parents' home Hindley St, Adelaide, and then clerk Adelaide 1876, inherited his father's estate as heir at law. Franz Wilhelm HINZE and Friedrich HELLMANN hairdressers Adelaide 1876 were friends of the family Application 15066

WESER, William tinman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 413/66

WESSELMANN, Henry farmer Coulta 1905 Memorial 207/453

WEST, A gold digger Hahndorf 1887 Memorial 1/382

WEST, Alexander Thomas mill manager Eudunda, died 1/3/1918. Husband of Jessie Maria West nee ORROCK. Estate worth £200 Memorial 143/478

No 1

WEST, Alfred Robert farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 26 Page 341 County Gawler

WEST, Alfred farmer Pt Gawler 1883 Memorial 160/355

WEST, Alfred Robert farmer Two Wells 1889 Application 21560

No 2

WEST, Alfred Robert police sergeant Pt Lincoln 1933 Memorial 1/507

No 1

WEST, Anthony farmer Ardrossan trustee cemetery Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

WEST, Anthony farmer Adelaide Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

No 1

WEST, Charles farmer near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 38/21

WEST, Charles carter Goodwood 1850[-1853] Memorial 172/24

WEST, Charles farmer Goodwood Park 1855 Memorial 144/87

WEST, Charles yeoman Goodwood Park 1861 Memorial 289/171

WEST, Charles farmer Goodwood Park, died c1866 Memorial 242/213

WEST, Susan widow Goodwood 1868 Memorial 159/228

WEST, Susan widow Goodwood relict of the late Charles West now deceased; parents of Maria HALL nee West 1875 Memorial 86/284

WEST, Susan widow Goodwood Park (relict of the late Charles West formerly of Goodwood Park, but now deceased), died 20/7/1877, of apoplexy, aged 71. Mother of Robert West, who married Elizabeth RAVEN, daughter of William Raven gentleman West Tce, Adelaide. Robert West died 27/8/1874, at Goodwood. Robert West's sister, Maria HALL nee West (wife of Hubert Hall policeman Gilbert St, Bowden on the Hill), died 28/10/1917, of senile decay and heart failure, aged 85. Her real estate to be sold and distributed equally amongst her children. Born in Ireland, she came to SA 78 years ago. Married at 28. 3 daughters living; 2 daughters deceased Application 26693

No 1

WEST, Elizabeth widow of the late Robert West and daughter of William RAVEN gentleman Adelaide (West Tce) 1875 Memorial 136/284

WEST, Elizabeth widow Mitchell St, Goodwood 1899[-1908], died c1908. Executors; John Henry GODDEN dairyman Hawthorn and William MCGOWAN butcher Malvern Memorial 63/460

WEST, Frederick James gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 220 County MacDonnell

No 1

WEST, Frederick John Esquire Adelaide 1873 Memorial 231/266

WEST, Frederick John Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/3/1873 Deposit 131/1873

WEST, Frederick John stockholder Adelaide 1876 Memorial 237/288

WEST, Frederick John stockholder Smithfield 1876 Memorial 69/295

WEST, Frederick John stockholder Adelaide 1877 Memorial 111/301

WEST, George farmer Two Wells. Dublin (Hundred of Dublin) township alloltment land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 484 County Gawler

No 1 FIND CHECK SPELLING Find marriage/death certificate

WEST, George reader Adelaide and Roseanna West his wife 1871 Application 11361

WEST, George Vere reader Adelaide and Rose Hannah Roseanna West his wife 1879 Book 13 Page 288 County Dalhousie

No 1

WEST, George Bliss farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

WEST, George Bliss farmer Two Wells. Dublin township alloltment land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 27 Page 485 County Gawler

WEST, George Bliss farmer Dublin 1883 Application 21866

WEST, George Bliss farmer Dublin 1884 Memorial 215/357

No 1

WEST, George William farmer Lower Light 1907[-1917] Memorial 63/458

WEST, George William farmer Dublin, died 5/3/1940 Main North Road, Prospect. Husband of Wilhelmina Louisa West. Father of Joel Harold West, Stanley William West, and Catherine Mary West Memorial 118/514

No 1

WEST, HE clerk Kooringa 1881 Memorial 235/332

WEST, Horace E of Kooringa 1885 Memorial 25/365

WEST, Horace E clerk Kooringa 1898 Memorial 88/436

No 1

WEST, Henry tobacconist Adelaide (Hindley St) 1881 Memorial 88/335

No 2

WEST, Henry farmer Franklin Harbour. Trustee School Hundred of Minbrie Hundred of Minbrie land grant 1897 Grant Book 39 Page 176 County Jervois

No 1

WEST, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 389/88

WEST, James labourer [formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of] Salisbury 1858[-1863] Memorial 140/145

No 2

WEST, James painter Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22101

No 3

WEST, James farmer Dry Creek and Alice Agnes West his wife 1902[-1904 Memorials 183/446,183/451

WEST, Agnes Alice widow Seaton Park 1939 Application 28233

WEST, Joel Harold storeman Galway Ave, Kurralta Park linked with Stanley William West farmer Dublin and Wilhelmine Louise West widow Dublin 1950 Memorial 43/525

No 1

WEST, John labourer Salisbury 1863 Memorial 232/189

No 2

WEST, John butcher Queenstown 1877 Application 15958

WEST, John Henry tobacconist Pt Adelaide acquired the residue of a lease of the Lord Exmouth Hotel at Exeter from CH Parsons 1903 Memorial 241/447

No 1

WEST, Richard farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 284/54

WEST, Richard farmer Hay Valley near Nairne and Mary Elizabeth West nee HEATH his wife 1862 Memorial 41/375

WEST, Richard farmer Hay Valley, died 3/1/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Elizabeth West 1886 Application 20906

WEST, Robert James labourer Pt Pirie 1891 Application 22101

.No 1

WEST, Samuel miner near Kapunda 1864[-1877] Memorial 165/199, Application 16511

WEST, Samuel miner Kapunda, died 26/7/1912. Husband of Mary Ann West. Executor; Alexander Thomas mill manager Kapunda Memorial 130/469

WEST, Mary Ann widow of the late Samuel West labourer Kapunda, died 17/7/1924, of senility, aged 92. Born in Cornwall, England, she came to SA 63 years previously. Married at 16. 2 sons and 2 daughters living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Application 27367

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WEST, Thomas mason Gawler 1877 Application 15898

WEST, Thomas contractor Goolwa 1883 Application 19907

WEST, Thomas E of Kooringa 1884 Memorial 70/360

No 1

WEST, William grocer Kapunda and Annie West his wife formerly Annie MOGLE 1882 Application 19237

No 2

WEST, William yeoman Gawler 1853 Memorial 63/47

No 3

WEST, William clerk Redruth 1861 Memorial 193/171

WEST, William teacher Redruth 1870 Memorial 249/246

WEST, William accountant Burra Burra Mines 1876[-1888] Memorial 84/287

WEST, William agent Burra Burra Mines 1889 Memorial 121/397

WEST, William accountant Burra Mine 1898 Application 23676

WEST, William mine manager Kooringa 1900 Memorial 29/442

WEST, William agent Kooringa 1909 Memorial 207/460

WEST, William JP of the Burra Burra Mines Kooringa 1910 Memorial 113/463

WEST, William mine estate manager Kooringa 1914 Application 26374

WEST, William formerly manager of the SA Mining Association Ltd 1916 Application 26503

WEST, William mine manager and accountant Redruth, died 18/9/1916, of bronchitis, aged 79. Born in Surrey, England, he had emigrated to SA 59 years previously. Remarried at 59 years; 7 sons and 7 daughters living; 1 son deceased. He had been a trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Application 27647

WEST, William gentleman Burra died not stated. Linked with Horace Edmund West clerk St Peters and Elise Antonia West widow Bennett St, Hilton 1924 Memorial 100/491

WEST, Elsie Antonia widow Aberdeen 1917 Application 26589

No 4

WEST, William mason Gawler 1881[-1897] Memorial 188/335

WEST, William Alexander Erskine gentleman Mosquito Creek Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 12 County Sturt

No 1

WEST, William Alfred Augustus agent Adelaide 1910[-1920] Memorials 140/462, 72/473

WEST, William Alfred Augustus accountant Adelaide 1925 Application 27413

No 1

WEST, William Henry storekeeper Kapunda 1877 Application 16157

WEST, William Henry storeman Kapunda 1877 Application 16348

WEST, William Henry storekeeper Kapunda 1880 Memorial 69/321

WESTBROOK, JH of Launceston VDL Manager of the Bank of Australasia 1861 Memorial 179/179

WESTBROOK, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

WESTBURY, Frank Atha journalist Adelaide 1883 Application 19955

WESTBURY, John labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 204/121

WESTBURY, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 9/28

WESTE, George tinsmith Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 316 County Victoria

No 1

WESTENDORF, Johann farmer Blumberg 1856 Memorial 140/95

WESTENDORF, Johann farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 189/164

WESTENDORF, Johann farmer formerly of Blumberg but now of Mt Chadwell Vic 1862 Application 3349

WESTENDORF, Wilhelm Johann Carl stockkeeper near Portland Bay Vic 1858 son and heir at law of the late Joachim Westendorf formerly labourer Bethany but now deceased Memorial 162/132

WESTERGUARD, James boat builder Milang 1897 Application 23317

No 1

WEST-ERSKINE, William Alexander Erskine formerly of Hindmarsh Island, late of St Ann’s Hill, Co Cork, Ireland, died 22/10/1895. Executors gave power of attorney to Rev’d Henry Mathew West one of the executors, to sell all the real estate in SA, NSW and Vic, belonging to MAE West-Erskine, and settle his affairs in the Australian colonies 10/2/1893. Mr West-Erskine MLC of SA, had left the province in 1891, leaving power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 118/3/1891 Deposit 29/1891

WEST, Henry Mathew Clerk in Holy Orders Sacombe, Herts, England, temporarily of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON Esquire Adelaide, to sell all the real and personal estate of the late WAE West-Erskine, and transmit the proceeds to the executors 4/5/1893 Deposit 51/1893

WESTERLAND, John farmer One Tree Hill Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 166/46

No 1

WESTERN, Charles farmer Modbury and Jane Western his wife 1875[-1886] Memorial 101/282

WESTERN, Charles farmer Modbury and Jane Western his wife, daughter of the late William MORTIMER formerly farmer Modbury who died 12/3/1875 Memorial 108/281

No 1

WESTERN, Eric William gardener Marion 1966, declared that he had been born on 8/1/1920 at Almond Grove, Marion, and had lived in Marion all his life Application 29635

WESTERN, Eric William fruitgrower 19 Oliphant Ave, Marion, aged 54 in 1973, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. He had been a director of Western Acres Pty Ltd, of 54 Currie St, Adelaide, since its incorporation on 7/8/1964. Leslie Arthur GARDINER chartered accountant 41 Currie St, Adelaide, was the Secretary of the firm. This Application contains an excellent aeriel view of Marion c1964 Application 29856

WESTERN, Frederick Clyde and Lawrence Western fruitgrowers Marion on the Sturt 1928 Memorial 121/500

WESTERN, George and William John Western gardeners Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

No 1

WESTERN, Henry of Thebarton near Adelaide 1839 Application 1604

WESTERN, Henry labourer Thebarton 1840 Enrolment 79/21

WESTERN, Henry of Thebarton and Ann Western, his wife 1841 Memorial 183/21

WESTERN, Henry carpenter Thebarton 1853 Memorial 245/291

WESTERN, Henry farmer Sturt River 1854[-1855] Memorial 494/74 WT Western mentioned but not described 1855 Memorial 319/87

WESTERN, Henry yeoman Section 120 near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 167/101

No 1

WESTERN, John gentleman Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 217/68

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WESTERN, J clerk to ELDER, SMITH & Co of Adelaide 1864 Memorial 140/196

WESTERN, John clerk to ELDER, STIRLING & Co merchants Adelaide 1861[-1862] Memorial 249/171

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WESTERN, John gentleman Norwood 1864[-1865] Memorial 24/196

WESTERN, John gentleman [formerly of Norwood but now of] Adelaide 1866 Memorial 169/209

No 4

WESTERN, John farmer Marion 1873 Application 13181

WESTERN, John farmer Marion 1877 Memorial 47/298

WESTERN, Lancelot John Manning Inspector, Department of Lands 17 Devonshire St, North Walkerville 1946, a son of William John Western no description Application 28462

WESTERN, Lawrence and Doris Western his wife linked with Eric William Western, James Pethick Western, Frederick Clyde Western and Peter Clyde Western all fruitgrowers Marion on the Sturt 1954 Memorial 27/529

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WESTERN, Thomas storekeeper Gumeracha linked with John Western gentleman Adelaide 1858 Memorial 127/134

WESTERN, Thomas draper Clare 1875 Memorial 218/287

WESTERN, Vivian Arnold out of business Yankalilla 1944, and Dorothy Western his wife Application 28393

WESTERN, William John gardener Marion Rd, Marion 1921 Application 26953

WEST-ERSKINE, William Alexander Erskine gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Sapphiretown (Hundred of Dudley) township allotment land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 11 Page 2 County Carnarvon

WESTFORD, John Wesleyan Minister Adelaide 1863 Memorial 230/196

No 1

WESTHEAD, Joshua Proctor Esquire Manchester, Lancs, England, power of attorney to John MORPHETT agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 14/6/1842. He bought much land at Glenelg, St Leonards, Survey B and Survey C. Later, the Colleys became his attorneys from 1865 Enrolment 77/1

WESTHEAD, Joshua Proctor Brown Esquire Lea Castle, Worcs, England died. His estates in Manchester, Lancs, to raise £250 annuity for his wife Betsy Brown Westhead, for life, then to go to his four children George Edward Brown Westhead (died before his father), Marcus Brown Westhead merchant Manchester, and Thomas Brown Chappell Westhead manufacturer Stoke on Trent, and Adelaide, Lady Kingsale equally. Lea Castle to George Westhead. Land in Natal to George and Marcus Westhead equally. Land in Adelaide to his daughter Lady Kingsale and Thomas Westhead. Land in Co Cork, Ireland, to be offered to his son-in-law Lord Kingsale for £2,000 within two years after his death, otherwise by auction; the money to bee invested in trust for Lady Kingsale for life, and after her death to her children equally absolutely. Joshua Westhead died c1877. His widowed daughter already lived at Lea Castle. His widow lived at Malvern Wells, Co Worcester. Power of attorney to RC BAKER solicitor and Richard Neville COLLEY agent Adelaide, to manage the SA estate 21/4/1881 Deposits 196/1876, 121/1881

No 1

WESTLAKE, Henry farmer Bute 1888 Memorial 163/393

WESTLAKE, Henry farmer formerly of Bute but now of Karkaroo Vic 1893 Memorial 52/417

WESTLAKE, James farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 300 County Daly

No 1

WESTLAKE, John Tucker currier Adelaide and Catherine Westlake his wife 1844 Memorial 343/107

WESTLAKE, John Tucker tanner Unley 1845 Memorial 371/4

No 1

WESTLAKE, Richard farmer near Yankalilla 1867, son of the late Simon Westlake formerly sawyer of Sleep's Tiers 1853 late of Yankalilla 1855 Application 8391

WESTLAKE, Richard farmer Bute 1897[-1900] Memorial 145/431

WESTLAKE, Richard farmer formerly of Bute, late of Fullarton, died 7/8/1917 Application 26661

No 1

WESTLAKE, Richard John farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1922 Memorial 149/485

WESTLAKE, Richard John farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer, died 23/10/1929. Husband of Rosina Westlake Memorial 116/506

No 1

WESTLAKE, Simon farmer Islington 1847 Memorial 180/30 Sawyer The Tiers 1850 Memorial 66/27

WESTLAKE, Simon sawyer Sleep Hill 1853. Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 426/49

WESTLAKE, Simon farmer formerly of Islington then of The Tiers but now of Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 412/51

WESTLAKE, Simon farmer Yankalilla 1862 Memorial 180/181

WESTLAKE, Simon farmer Yankalilla, died c1867. He left estate to his wife, Mary Westlake and his children, Elizabeth Jane, George and Richard Westlake in varying shares according to the will Memorial 236/219

WESTLAKE, Simon farmer Yankalilla formerly of Normanville, died 23/12/1866 dysentery, aged 69. His wife, Mary Westlake, died 17/4/1866 Normanville, of mortification, aged 65. Application 8391

WESTLAKE, William farmer Bute. Trustee unnamed Chapel and School 1886 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

WESTLAKE, William John Tucker currier Adelaide 1844 Memorial 302/3

WESTLAKE, William John Tucker farmer Unley 1845 Memorial 371/4

WESTLAKE, Catherine widow Adelaide 1846 relict of the late William John Tucker Westlake formerly farmer Unley but now deceased Memorial 81/46

No 1

WESTLAND, George Davison labourer Robe, aged 63 in 1947 Application 28514

WESTLAND, Myrtle Lambert married woman Robe S-E 1918 Memorial 184/476

WESTLAND, Myrtle Lambert married woman Robe, aged 58 in 1947, declared that she was the daughter of William FLETCHER and a daughter-in-law of George Deborah Westland. She had let both men live free of charge on Lot 26 Lord's Town until 1928 Application 28527

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WESTLE, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1851 Memorial 109/31

WESTLE, Thomas (sometimes erroneously called Thomas WESTALL) farmer Blackfellow's Creek near the Meadows 1855[-1858] Memorials 127/84 & 246/140

WESTLE, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorials 54/148, 110/180

WESTLE, Thomas dairyman North Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1863 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

WESTLE, Thomas formerly farmer Blackfellow Creek near The Meadows but now dairyman North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 205/245

WESTLE, Thomas dairyman Stanley St, North Adelaide 1878 Application 16554.

WESTLE, Thomas the Elder gentleman formerly of Stanley St, North Adelaide but then of Prospect North, died c1895. Father of Ellen WARLAND wife of Christopher Warland builder Exeter, Emma HARVEY wife of William John Harvey storekeeper Medindie, and Mary GOODWIN wife of John Goodwin builder Gilberton; also Thomas Westle the Younger agent Prospect Memorials 46 & 47/426

WESTLEY, Richard Henry labourer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1919[-1920] Memorial 111/479

No 1

WESTLEY, Thomas labourer Walkerville 1851[-1854] Memorial 339/31

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WESTLEY, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant Memorial 482/59

WESTLEY, Thomas farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of near Strathalbyn 1864 Memorial 96/194

WESTMAN, Jacob labourer Portland Estate 1865 Application 6174

No 1

WESTMORELAND, John farmer Mt Torrens 1859[-1876] Memorial 80/159

No 2

WESTMORELAND, John bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St), became a bankrupt in 1889 Memorial 237/399

No 1

WESTOBY, John Lockwood storekeeper Castlemaine Vic 1860 He owned land in Norwood Memorial 208/168

WESTOBY, John Lockwood storekeeper formerly of Castlemaine Vic but presently in Adelaide 1863 Memorial 207/187

WESTON, Arthur Ernest overseer Adelaide son of the late James Weston no description now deceased. Keziah Weston no description belonged to this family 1885 Memorial 220/372

WESTON, Charles miller Stockwell 1859[-1861] Memorial 4/149

No 1

WESTON, Edward Henry Simpson railway employee Kooringa linked with John Weston out of business Kooringa 1931 Memorial 138/504

WESTON, Edward Henry Simpson railway employee formerly of Kooringa but now of 78 Farrell St, Whyalla 1941 Memorial 41/516

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WESTON, Frederick Henry gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

WESTON, FH station manager Kadlunga Co Stanley 1910 Memorial 64/463

No 1

WESTON, George labourer Narridy. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 233 County Victoria

WESTON, George farmer Narridy. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 259 County Victoria

No 1

WESTON, James surgeon Adelaide 1850 Memorial 308/33

No 2

WESTON, James carter Norwood 1851 Memorial 396/32

WESTON, James farmer Norwood 1853[-1855] Memorial 141/49

WESTON, James timber merchant Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 51/72

WESTON, James timber merchant Osmond Tce, Norwood, died c1865. He left his estate under various trust to benefit his wife, Keziah Weston, during her widowhood, and then his children in varying shares, Richard Edward Weston, William James Weston, Anna Weston, Walter Thomas Weston, Harry Nightingale Weston, Arthur Ernest Weston, Eliza Weston, Alfred Weston and Robert Wallace Weston Memorial 306/205

WESTON, James timber merchant Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 2/9/1865. Husband of Kezia Weston, who still lived at Osmond Tce in 1900 Memorial 164/440

WESTON, James timber merchant Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 2/9/1865. Son of Richard Weston no description. Husband of Keziah Weston. Father of Richard Edward Weston, William James Weston, Anna Weston, Walter Thomas Weston, Harry Nightingale Weston, Arthur Ernest Weston, Eliza Weston, Alfred Leonard Weston, and Robert Wallace Weston 1895 Memorial 167/425

No 1

WESTON, Jesse engineer Alberton 1854[-1855] Memorial 253/79

WESTON, Jesse of Melbourne Vic owned allotments in Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 185/192

WESTON, Jesse engineer formerly of Yatala but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Application 5226

WESTON, Jesse formerly engineer Alberton 1855 but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1865 Application 6766

No 1

WESTON, John of Littlehampton 1870 Memorial 98/247

No 2 - could perhaps belong to either No 1 or No 3

WESTON, John farmer Mongolata 1897 Memorial 31/430

No 3

WESTON, John out of business Kooringa 1929[-1933] Memorial 83/502, Application 27922

WESTON, John out of business Kooringa, died 7/5/1938. Father of Harold John Weston labourer Jamestown, Emma Eliza KEMBLE, William Arthur Weston labourer Kooringa, and Edward Henry Simpson Weston no description Memorial 99/512

WESTON, John Rayner carpenter Queenstown 1857[-1868] Memorial 77/117

WESTON, John Rayner carpenter Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19508

WESTON, John Rayner builder out of business Hardy St, Goodwood, died 31/7/1920, of senility, aged 89. Born in Sussex, England, he emigrated to SA 65 years prior to 1920. Married aged 22; 1 son and 4 daughters living; 2 sons and 3 daughters deceased Application 27766

No 1

WESTON, Mark labourer Gawler 1858[-1863] Memorial 236/137

WESTON, Mark carrier Gawler South 1861 Memorial 73/172

WESTON, Mark carter Gawler South 1865 Application 6649

WESTON, Mark formerly labourer 1858 but now carter Gawler South 1868 Application 9286

WESTON, Mark farmer Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 260 County Victoria

No 1

WESTON, Miriam widow Glenelg 1880[-1882] Memorial 200/325

WESTON, Miriam widow formerly of Glenelg but now of Toorak Vic 1883 Memorial 42/353

WESTON, RC station manager Mintaro 1888 Memorial 165/392

WESTON, Richard Edward labourer formerly of Norwood but now of Wagga Wagga NSW 1875 Application 14602

WESTON, Thomas labourer Stepney Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 23 County Newcastle

WESTON, William Gordon undertaker Janet St, Maylands 1905 Application 25444

WESTOVER, John tailor North Parade, Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 295/205

WESTOVER, William plasterer Melrose 1862 Application 2874

WESTOVER, William Joseph labourer New Melrose 1859 Memorial 79/154 Described as plasterer in Memorial 223/180

WESTPHAL, Charles and Henry farmers Upper Dry Creek 1862 Memorial 168/182

WESTPHAL, Charles John farmer Northfield 1920 Application 26927

No 1

WESTPHAL, Christian Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Norwood 1852 Memorial 136/42

WESTPHAL, Christian Friedrich Wilhelm yeoman formerly of Norwood but now of Bendigo Vic 1861 Memorial 312/176

WESTPHAL, Christian Friedrich Wilhelm gardener Norwood 1863[-1865] Memorial 71/189

WESTPHAL, Frederick gardener Millbrook 1892 Application 22295

No 1

WESTPHALL, Westerman of Greens Plains 1887 Memorial 220/386

WESTPHALL, Westerman farmer near Kadina 1899 Memorial 44/439

WESTPHALL, Westerman farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 252 County Daly

WESTPHALEN, John Otto grocer Rainbow Vic. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

WESTPHALEN, N JP of Robertstown 1895 Memorial 186/423

WESTROP, John the Younger brickmaker Stepney 1859[-1862] Memorial 62/150

No 1

WESTROP, Robert brickmaker Norwood 1853 Memorial 130/49

WESTROP, Robert brickmaker Stephen St, Osmond Tce, Kensington 1854 Memorial 104/67

WESTROP, Robert brickmaker Osmond Tce, Kensington & Norwood 1855 Memorial 100/81 Brickmaker Stepney 1855[-1866] Memorial 176/81, Application 2496

WESTWATER, Peter carpenter Parkside 1883 Application 19660

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WESTWOOD, Frank M law clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 133/337

WESTWOOD, Frank W clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 105/447

WESTWOOD, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1855 Memorial 31/94

WESTWOOD, Thomas Arthur draper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1884 Memorial 90/359

No 1

WETHERILL, Stephen Hancock miller Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 493/70

WETHERILL, Stephen Hancock miller Sydney NSW 1861 Application 2382

No 1

WETTERN, Jacob farmer Rosenthal 1858 Memorial 25/141

WETTERN, Jacob farmer formerly of Rosenthal 1858 but ow of near Gawler 1863 Application 4800

WETTERN, Jacob farmer near Halbury. Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

No 1

WETZEL, Carl bricklayer Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 255/25

WETZEL, Carl bricklayer formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Kent Town 1865 Application 6870

No 1

WETZEL, Johann Carl Wilhelm architect Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 242/32

WETZEL, Johann Carl Wilhelm formerly architect 1857 but now mason 1863 Application 4176

WEYLAND, August Wilhelm fruit grower Yankalilla 1909 Application 25695

No 1

WEYLAND, Eduard Gustav butcher Adelaide 1857 Memorial 254/117

WEYLAND, Eduard Gustav butcher formerly of Adelaide but now of Collingwood Vic 1860 Memorial 292/166

No 1

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp storekeeper Hahndorf leased Section 5142 Hundred of Onkaparinga for 6 years at £30 a year from Johanne Christiane HOFFMANN widow Lobethal relict of the late Samuel Gottlieb Hoffmann formerly farmer Lobethal now deceased. Mrs Hoffmann had the right 'to occupy, use and enjoy one room in the right wing of the dwelling house built upon the said Section … together with the outhouse used as a cellar and the right … to depasture two head of great cattle … together with stabling room for the said great cattle' 1873 Memorial 120/266

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp farmer Mannum 1882 Memorial 24/339

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp farmer Mannum. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1883 Grant Book 58 Page 153 County Sturt

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp farmer Cournamont 1884 Memorial 88/368

WEYLAND, Ernst farmer Teal Flat Murray River 1885 Memorial 30/371

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp farmer Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1895 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

WEYLAND, Ernst Philipp farmer Bowhill. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley. Hundred of Ridley land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

No 1

WEYLAND, Gilbert Hartley orchardist Yankalilla 1921 Memorial 153/483

WEYLAND, Gilbert Hartley formerly orchardist Yankalilla but now out of business 53 Northgate St, Millswood 1932 Memorial 861/506

WEYLAND, Gilbert Hartley formerly orchardist Yankalilla but now fisherman Millswood linked with Hilda Githa LLOYD nee Weyland married woman Smith St, Highgate Hill Perth WA and Auguste Cecilia Weyland of the same address 1935 Memorial 49/509

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

WEYLAND, Wilhelm August carpenter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1850[-1854] Memorial 493/27

WEYLAND, Wilhelm August carpenter [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Stepney 1860 Application 1465

WEYLAND, Wilhelm August the Younger no description and Eliza Weyland his wife 1867 Memorial 62/242

WEYMAN, Richard contractor Brompton 1854 Memorial 102/78

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WEYMOUTH, Ephraim farmer Balhannah 1854 Memorial 398/61

WEYMOUTH, Ephraim builder Balhannah 1858 Memorial 293/142

WEYMOUTH, Ephraim butcher Woodside 1864 Memorial 242/194

No 1

WEYMOUTH, John and Mary Ann both of Bowden 1848 Bricklayer formerly of Bowden now of Coromandel Valley. Mary Ann Weymouth died 22/5/1858, of dropsy, aged 53 Application 20674

WEYMOUTH, John yeoman Section 860 Upper Sturt 1854 Memorial 182/80

WEYMOUTH, John mason Upper Sturt 1856 Memorial 409/97

WEYMOUTH, John mason Coromandel Valley 1897 Application 23403

WHAIT, DO storekeeper North Shields near Pt Lincoln 1907 Memorial 13/458

No 1

WHAITE, John labourer Alberton 1852[-1872] Memorial 37/46

WHAITE, John labourer Alberton and Elizabeth Whaite his wife 1898 Application 23528

WHAITE, Murray butcher Woodville 1920 Application 26847

WHAITES, Walter out of business Koonga Ave, Prospect 1938, born 7/5/1872, declared that he had lived at Prospect for 55 years Application 28138

WHALE, George of Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 396/93

No 1

WHALE, Thomas miller Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 303/97

WHALE, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 295/148

WHALE, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 2814

WHALE, Thomas builder Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 224/204

WHALE, Thomas builder Pt Adelaide father of Emily Edith BURGE wife of Henry Meshack Burge carpenter Pt Adelaide 1906 Memorial 92/456

No 1

WHALEY, William carpenter North Adelaide 1840 Memorial 175/116

WHALEY, William carpenter Gawler 1859[-1870] Memorial 271/154

WHALEY, William carpenter Stockport on the Gilbert, died 28/6/1886 intestate. Letters of administration to his daughter, Isabella FINCH wife of Stephen Finch carpenter Gawler South, to settle the £130 estate Memorials 26 & 27/381

WHALLIN, Charles hotelkeeper Adelaide (Criterion Hotel King William St) 1916 Memorial 125/474

WHALLIN, John publican Exchange Hotel Pt Adelaide 1896 Memorial 130/431

No 1

WHARFF, Henry farmer Enfield 1854[-1857]Memorial 391/69

WHARFF, Henry labourer Enfield 1878 Application 16642

WHARFF, Henry farmer formerly of Enfield but now of Pt Vincent 1881 Memorial 202331

No 1 - Robert Woodhead Wharton

WHARTON, Robert stonemason Bowden 1855 Memorial 437/90

WHARTON, Robert stonemason Croydon 1865[-1866] Memorial 161/200

WHARTON, Robert Woodhead mason Croydon near Hindmarsh, died c1879. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Emma Ellis Wharton, during her widowhood, then to his unnamed children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors; Joseph WOODHEAD farmer Plympton and James VARDON tanner Croydon Memorial 220/367

WHARTON, Robert Woodhead mason Croydon, died 7/7/1879. His widow, Emma Ellis Wharton, died, 15/1/1885. Children as of 1885 - Bentley Wharton clerk in HM Civil Service Dry Creek, Henry Wharton farmer Spring Vale Farm Mansfield Vic, Napier Wharton carrier Southwark, Arthur Wharton blacksmith Hindmarsh, Mary VARDON wife of John Vardon labourer Southwark, Syble Vardon wife of James Vardon carpenter Southwark, Emma SPOONER wife of Edwin James Spooner cabinetmaker Southwark and Enoch Wharton blacksmith Maitland. Joseph WOODHEAD farmer Lower Light also belonged to this famiy - perhaps a brother to Mrs RW Wharton? Memorial 236/369

WHARTON family of Croydon as of 1885 - Bentley Wharton HM civil servant Dry Creek; Henry Wharton farmer Spring Vale Farm Mansfield Vic; Napier Wharton courier Southwark; Arthur
Wharton blacksmith Hindmarsh; Mary VARDON wife of John Vardon labourer Southwark; Syble Vardon wife of James Vardon carpenter Southwark; Emma SPOONER wife of Edwin James Spooner cabinetmaker Southwark and Enoch Wharton blacksmith Maitland Memorial 172/500

WHARTON, Emma Ellis wife of Robert Wharton stonemason Southwark, died 15/1/1885, of heart dilation, ascites and exhaustion, aged 67 1928 Application 27731

WHARTON, Thomas labourer Pt Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 50 County Daly

No 1

WHAYMAN, Richard of Adelaide 1856 Memorial 163/113

WHAYMAN, Richard of Chancery Lane, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 348/193

No 1

WHAYPOOL, Joseph smith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 271/45

WHAYPOOL, Joseph bellhanger Magill 1871 Memorial 229/256

No 1

WHAYPOOL, Joseph Benjamin warehouseman Grenfell St, Adelaide 1851 Memorial 414/30

WHAYPOOL, Joseph Benjamin warehouseman formerly of Adelaide (Grenfell St) but now of Norwood 1863 Application 4280

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHEADON, Charles farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 340/150

WHEADON, Charles farmer Langhorne Bridge 1867 Application 8186

WHEADON, Charles farmer Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

WHEADON, Charles farmer near Wilmington 1887[-1890] Memorial 83/387

No 1

WHEADON, Frederick Charles farmer Willochra 1884 Memorial 136/362

WHEADON, Frederick Charles farmer Willochra. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1892 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

WHEADON, Frederick William Herbert manager of the Adelaide Electric Supply Co Ltd, Grenfell St, Adelaide 1922 Application 27081

WHEADON, Isaac John blacksmith Strathalbyn 1881[-1884] Memorial 228/335

WHEADON, William Henry farmer Hundred of Wonoka 1891[-1892] Memorial 62/409

No 1

WHEAL, David bricklayer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 192/30

WHEAL, David bricklayer North Adelaide and Margaret Wheal his wife, formerly Margaret DUNN widow 1851 Memorial 152/33

WHEAL, David labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Lamplough Vic and Margaret Wheal his wife formerly Margaret DUNN 1861 Memorial 161/177

WHEAL, George farmer Waitpinga 1856 Memorial 246/112

WHEAL GAWLER MINE ASSOCIATION declared bankrupt in 1861. Robert STUCKEY the company representative in Court Memorial 200/180

No 1

WHEARE, Henry miner SA 1851 Memorial 107/38

WHEARE, Henry miner Kapunda 1853[-1864] Memorial 22/50

WHEARE, Henry farmer Kapunda 1854[-1881] Memorial 72/70

WHEARE, Henry farmer Hawker Creek near Kapunda 1859 Application 571

WHEARE, Henry farmer Kapunda 1864 Application 4923

WHEARE, Henry farmer Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

WHEARE, Henry farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751

WHEARE, Henry formerly farmer Kapunda but now miner Mt Perry Qld 1874 Memorial 249/276

WHEARE, Henry farmer Kapunda 1877 Memorial 24/300

WHEARE, Henry farmer Kapunda 1878 Application 16699

WHEARE, Henry town inspector Kapunda 1880 Memorial 51/321

WHEARE, Henry town surveyor Kapunda 1880 Application 18334

WHEARE, William farmer Kapunda 1863 Memorial 112/524

WHEARE, William George farmer Kapunda 1889 Memorial 21/396

WHEATCROFT, John farmer Price trustee cemetery Price Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1887 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

WHEATE, William hairdresser Adelaide 1882 Memorial 149/345

WHEATLAND, Samuel labourer Brighton and Ruth Wheatland his wife 1895 Application 22934

No 1

WHEATLEY, Edward coachmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 85/22

WHEATLEY, Edward gentleman Beulah Road, Norwood 1853, ‘the whole of my property consisting of two houses, furniture etc with three quarters of an acre of land, or thereabouts’. Husband of Jane Wheatley Deposit 286/1864

WHEATLEY, Edward gentleman Beulah Road, Norwood owned two houses on Beulah Road 1853. Husband of Jane Wheatley who still lived on Beulah Road as a widow in 1864 Memorials 254/55, 180/144, 34/199

No 1

WHEATLEY, Frances spinster Fullarton 1868[-1871] Memorial 76/234

WHEATLEY, Frances spinster Fullarton, died 7/1/1874. Her personal estate to her niece, Frances Wheatley, daughter of the late Daniel and Charlotte Wheatley formerly of Bury, Hunts, England. Executor Joseph HITCHCOX gentleman Fullarton to sell the real estate. £50 legacies to Susan DOCKING wife of JH Docking wine and spirit merchant 2 Railway Road, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England and Harriet BRANSLY wife of Mr Bransly chemist 13 Regent St, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. The remainder of the proceeds to her niece Frances Wheatley. Estate worth £400. Application 19714

No 1

WHEATLEY, James machinist Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Chapel member 1876 38Application 14752

WHEATLEY, James JP Mayor of Kapunda 1886 Memorial 128/380

WHEATLEY, James Edward agent Kapunda 1873 administrator of the estate of the late Edward Wheatley formerly coach maker Adelaide but now deceased Application 12572

WHEATLEY, Jesse carpenter Brompton 1858[-1859] Memorial 72/142

No 1

WHEATLEY, Wilhelmina Magdalena widow Kapunda 1881 Application 18745

WHEATLEY, Wilhelmine Magdalene Basedow widow Kapunda 1888 Application 21496

WHEATON, Edwin Moore farmer McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

No 1

WHEATON, George and John farmers Redhill 1897 Memorial 221/430

WHEATON, George farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1899 Grant Book 14 Page 379 County Daly

WHEATON, GH farmer Aldinga 1896 Application 23149

No 1 - probably the same person

WHEATON, Henry Jeffrey farmer Plympton 1872 Memorial 88/280

WHEATON, Henry Jeffery farmer near Willunga 1877[-1902] Memorial 185/298, Application 24354

No 1 - the Elder

WHEATON, John farmer Sturt Plain 1849 Memorial 233/17

WHEATON, John farmer [formerly of the Sturt Plain] but now of Section 6087 Western Sources of the Torrens 1854 Memorial 369/61

WHEATON, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1853 Memorial 241/107

WHEATON, John farmer Chain of Ponds. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 191 County Adelaide

WHEATON, John farmer Broughton [later Redhill]. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 352 County Daly

WHEATON, John farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875[-1897] Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

WHEATON, John farmer Chain of Ponds Co Adelaide. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 14 Page 360 County Daly

No 2 – the Younger

WHEATON, John the Younger farmer Broughton (later called Redhill). Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

WHEATON, John the Younger farmer Koolunga. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1883[-1896] Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

WHEATON, John the Younger farmer Koolunga 1889[-1895] Memorial 142/397

WHEATON, JJ farmer McLaren Vale 1901 Memorial 232/444

No 1

WHEATON, Nathaniel of Park Farm Adelaide 1847 Memorial 454/9

WHEATON, Nathaniel yeoman Adelaide, and Mary Bynon Wheaton his wife 1849 Memorial 19/15

WHEATON, Nathaniel farmer South Road 1852[-1853] Memorial 307/45

WHEATON, Nathaniel gentleman Ley Farm South Road, Black Forest 1855 Memorial 456/88

WHEATON, Nathaniel farmer Edwardstown 1878 Application 16652

WHEATON, Mary Bynon widow College Town 1873, relict of the late Nathaniel Wheaton formerly overseer Adelaide 1848 Application 13063

No 1 - probably the Elder and the Younger

WHEATON, Philip farmer Black Forest 1853 Memorial 396/51

WHEATON, Philip farmer The Bay near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 431/54

WHEATON, Philip farmer Bay Road 1853 Memorial 46/61

WHEATON, Philip farmer Bay Road, died 12/9/1863. Husband of Ann Painter Wheaton. Family - Emma Rose Wheaton wife of William Henry PEDERICK farmer Lewiston near two Wells; Mary Wheaton wife of John PEDERICK farmer Gawler River; Thomas Wheaton farmer Richmond; Henry Jeffery Wheaton farmer Sellicks Hill; Catherine Jane Wheaton wife of William Thomas MANNING storekeeper Aldinga; Joseph John Wheaton farmer McLaren Vale; Elizabeth Ann Wheaton wife of William Henry ECKERSLEY teacher Eastwood; Philip Wheaton farmer Plympton 1883 Application 19557

WHEATON, Ann Painter widow Marion Road relict of the late Philip Wheaton formerly farmer now deceased. By 1872, her family included Nathaniel Wheaton of South Road, Edwardstown, Emma Rose PEDERICK wife of William Henry Pederick farmer Pt Gawler, Mary Pederick wife of John Pederick farmer Gawler River, Thomas Wheaton farmer Marion Road, and Henry Jeffery Wheaton farmer Mitcham Memorial 83/263

No 1 - probably the Younger

WHEATON, Philip storekeeper Pt Victor 1892 Memorial 221/412

WHEATON, Philip storekeeper Pt Victor 1895. FM Wheaton mentioned but not described Memorial 27/425

WHEATON, Philip Henry farmer Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1904[-1907] Grant Book 14 Page 356 County Daly

No 1

WHEATON, Thomas out of business Plympton 1913, declared that he had lived in Plympton for 63 years Application 26055

WHEATON, Thomas pensioner Plympton 1921, declared that he had come to live in Plympton over 70 years ago Application 27016

WHEEDON, William Edward carpenter Glenelg 1882 Memorial 19/346

WHEELER, Benjamin labourer Stockport 1878 Memorial 69/307

No 1

WHEELER, Edmund J bank manager 54 Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England 1847 Memorial 200/50

WHEELER, Edmund John merchant Winchester House Old Broad St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to George MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/4/1847 Enrolment 79/5

No 1

WHEELER, Edward farmer Adelaide 1854 Hundred of Nangkita land grant Memorial 457/66

WHEELER, Edward farmer Hindmarsh Island 1857 Memorial 25/121

WHEELER, Edward farmer formerly of Adelaide 1854 but now of Hindmarsh Island 1873 Application 12758

WHEELER, Ernest farmer Franklin Harbour 1891 Memorial 144/407

No 1

WHEELER, Frederick jeweller Narracoorte 1876[-1878] Memorial 139/292

WHEELER, Frederick watchmaker Adelaide 1883 Memorial 105/354

No 1

WHEELER, Gilbert farmer Franklin Harbour 1894 Memorial 93/422

WHEELER, Gilbert farmer Elbow Hill, Franklin Harbour, died 23/9/1901 Adelaide. Husband of Zillah Wheeler of Elbow Hill, Franklin Harbour Memorial 30/445

No 1

WHEELER, Henry doctor of medicine Adelaide 1865 Memorial 40/201

WHEELER, Henry doctor of medicine Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Light land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 204 County Light

WHEELER, Henry Doctor of Medicine Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to James Miller ANDERSON draper Adelaide, and in emergency, Allan CAMPBELL Doctor of Medicine Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/2/1870 Deposit 135/1872

WHEELER, Henry surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of 1 Portland Place, Clapton, London, England 1875 Memorial 32/282

WHEELER, Henry doctor formerly of Adelaide, late of Christchurch Rd, Norwich, England, died 12/9/1909 Application 26132

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHEELER, Harry painter Mt Gambier 1897 Application 23471.

WHEELER, Henry G painter Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

WHEELER, Isaac wheelwright Gawler South 1863[-1866] Memorial 213/190

No 1 - perhapa a continuation of the previous entry

WHEELER, Isaac John wheelwright Gawler 1854[-1856] Memorial 46/71

WHEELER, Isaac John wheelwright Willaston 1857 Memorial 349/125

No 1

WHEELER, James sawyer Penwortham 1849 Memorial 435/23

No 2

WHEELER, James labourer Chellaston 1853 Memorial 186/48.

WHEELER, James labourer formerly of Chellaston but now of Edwardstown 1892 Application 22273

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WHEELER, James labourer Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 33/339

WHEELER, James farmer Balaklava 1886 Memorial 4/375

No 4

WHEELER, James dairyman Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 88 County Jervois

WHEELER, John farmer Meadows 1852 Memorial 124/80

WHEELER, Louis Winslow tailor Adelaide (King William St) 1911[-1920] Memorial 211/465

WHEELER, Walter Harrison mercer Adelaide (North Tce) 1921 Memorial 112/484

No 1

WHEELER, William formerly stone mason Adelaide 1841, late bricklayer Unley, died c1853. He left his estate to his wife, Mary Ann Wheeler, for life, then to his adopted daughter Sarah Ann Skirton NICHOLLS daughter of George and Sarah Nicholls of Horsley, Glos. W Wheeler could not write Application 25375

WHEELER, William bricklayer Unley 1845[-1846] Memorial 371/4 Of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 235/13 Builder Unley 1850 Memorial 287/23

WHEELER, William of Unley, died c1851. He left his whole estate to his wife, Mary Ann Wheeler, for life, then absolutley in remainder expectant for his adopted child, Sarah Ann Skirton NICHOLLS, daughter of George and Sarah Nicholls of Horsley, Co Glos, England Memorial 204/57

WHEELER, Mary Ann remarried to Samuel Flaxman CROSS farmer Dry Creek. By 1865, SM Cross had become a miner in Avoca Vic. Mrs Cross's adopted daughter, SAS Nicholls, had married to Thomas Samuel Carr SPROSTON and lived at Skelton Cottage, Avoca Vic Memorial 132/208

No 1

WHEELER, William farmer Thebarton 1854 Memorial 11/100

WHEELER, William farmer Thebarton. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 295 County Adelaide

WHEELER, William farmer formerly of Thebarton but now of The Meadows 1856 Memorial 334/100

WHEELER, William farmer Meadows 1865 Memorial 53/203

No 1

WHEELER, William Thomas mason Goodwood 1884 Memorial 218/360

WHEELER, William Thomas farmer Tickera 1886 Memorial 187/380

WHEELHOUSE, Francis licensed victualler Blanchetown 1909[-1910] Memorial 203/460, Application 25900

No 1

WHEELWRIGHT, Alfred gentleman Grünthal 1882 Memorial 47/346

WHEELWRIGHT, Alfred gentleman formerly of Grünthal but now of Unley 1883 Memorial 176/352

WHEELWRIGHT, Alfred gentleman formerly of Grünthal but now of Goolwa 1884 Memorial 36/362

No 1

WHEEWALL, Joseph William agent Pt Adelaide 1870[-1872] Memorial 62/250

WHEEWALL, Joseph William cornfactor Pt Adelaide 1873 Memorial 57/266

WHEEWALL, Joseph William gentleman Burnside, died 10/1/1875, of phthisis, aged 29 Application 23067

No 1

WHEEWALL, William butcher Alberton 1857 Memorial 58/124

WHEEWALL, William butcher Alberton declared a bankrupt on 3/5/1859 Application 24357

WHEEWALL, William storekeeper Alberton 1867 Memorial 97/218

WHEEWALL, William gentleman Burnside 1872 Memorial 43/259

WHEEWALL, William gentleman Norwood 1881 Memorial 247/329

WHELAN, Dominic Daly dairyman Dry Creek 1882 Application 19177

WHELAN, James labourer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1904 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

No 1

WHELAN, John farmer Lower Para River near Salisbury 1889 Memorial 196/399

No 2

WHELAN, John blocker Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1917 Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

WHELAN, John farmer Pt Broughton, died 8/12/1917 intestate. Administratrix – Ellen Whelan widow Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1919[-1926] Grant Book 14 Page 288 County Daly

WHELAN, M typiste probably to Arnold William LEMON solicitor Clare 1947 Memorial 57/521

No 1

WHELAN, Michael publican Tanner's Arms Bowden 1859 Memorial 50/155

No 2

WHELAN, Michael hotelkeeper Millicent.Trustee Cemetery Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1873 Grant Book 31 Page 193 County Grey

WHELAN, Michael butcher Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

WHELAN, Michael farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

WHELAN, Michael farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1898 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

WHELAN, Michael publican Adelaide (Black Horse Leigh St) 1904 Memorial 221/451

WHELAN, Michael hotelkeeper Adelaide 1912 Application 26132

No 1

WHELAN, Nicholas farmer Echunga, died 1879 intestate. Letters of administration to Emily Ellen ADAMS no description to settle his estate Memorial 87/319

WHELAN, Nicholas formerly labourer Meadows late farmer Echunga, died 31/10/1878. His widow, Emily Ellen Whelan 49 of Meadows (Father: James JAY) remarried to Henry ADAMS 43 widower labourer Meadows (Father: George Adams) on 11/2/1879 Christ Church, Strathalbyn. Minister: Henry BEVIS. Witnesses: Henry BARNES son of Henry Barnes engineer Pt Adelaide and Joseph MURRAY son of Joseph Murray publican Adelaide. Emily Ellen Adams widow Lower Meadows, died 31/8/1905, of dysentery, aged 84. Henry Harry Adams grandson Lower Meadows notified the death Application 26063

No 1

WHELAN, Patrick draper Adelaide 1882[-1887] Memorial 1/340

No 2

WHELAN, Patrick gentleman Kalgoorlie WA and Margaret Whelan his wife 1913 Memorial 138/468

No 1

WHELAN, Stephen publican Selborne Hotel Adelaide (Pirie St) 1895 Memorial 85/424

WHELAN, Stephen publican Adelaide (White Hart Hindley St) 1904 Memorial 225/450

No 1

WHELAND, John innkeeper Adelaide 1841 Application 1247

WHELAND, John of Adelaide part owner of the New Fishery at Encounter Bay 1843 Memorial 19/3

WHELLER, Ernest James blacksmith Farrell Flat 1902 Memorial 102/446

WHELLER, Henry labourer East Nairne 1868 Application 9006

No 1

WHELLER, James married Charlotte PERRY. On 26/10/1846, when their son, John Robert Perry Wheller, was born ‘on the Wakefield’, James Wheller farmer Watervale, was dead. Some children born beforehand, apparently. Charlotte Wheller remarried to Reuben SOLLY farmer Watervale Application 8775

WHELLER, James [no description] died c1850. He left his whole estate, including Section 99 in the Hutt River Special Survey, his money in the Union Bank of Australia, and his other real estate, including homes in SA and in England, to his wife, Charlotte Wheller. His friend Thomas PERRY had charge to sell the real estate in SA and then arrange for Mrs Wheller and the children to go back to England Memorial 460/95

WHELLER, John a minor of Watervale 1853 Memorial 264/167

WHELLER, John Robert Perry formerly minor Watervale 1853 but now mason Freeling 1867 Application 8775

No 1

WHELLER, James Emanuel/Manuel blacksmith Tarlee 1881[-1894] Memorial 124/335, Application 26031

WHELLER, James Manuel machinist Tarlee 1887[-1889] Memorial 170/383

No 1

WHELLUM, Henry farmer Black Springs 1874 Application 13871

WHELLUM, Henry farmer Black Springs and Elizabeth Ann Whellum his wife 1890[-1899] Memorial 25/403

WHELLUM, Henry farmer Black Springs and Elizabeth Ann Whellum [perhaps a daughter of Royston Roberts?] his wife 1901 Memorial 5/444

No 1

WHELLUM, John teamster Emu Vale Glendore Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1864 Memorial 202/197

WHELLUM, John farmer Black Springs 1871[-1874] Memorial 116/253

No 2

WHELLUM, John teamster Emu Vale 1938 Application 28122

WHELLUM, Samuel shepherd Black Springs 1860 Memorial 25/162

No 1

WHELLUM, Thomas formerly farmer but now out of business Mintaro and Sarah Hannah Elizabeth Whellum his wife 1908 Memorial 248/458

WHELLUM, Thomas labourer Mintaro 1913 Application 26236

WHELLUM, Thomas farmer Mintaro and Sarah Hannah Elizabeth Whellum his wife 1915 Memorial 100/472

No 1

WHENAN, James farmer Kanmantoo 1855 Memorial 474/92

WHENAN, James farmer Callington. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 118 County Sturt

WHENAN, James farmer Callington 1876 Memorial 213/292

WHENNEN, William farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 227 County Grey

No 1

WHERRY, George brickmaker Bowden 1851[-1856] Memorial 166/29

WHERRY, George labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 196/46

WHERRY, George gentleman Bowden and Caroline Fogwell Wherry his wife 1890 Memorial 205/402

WHERRY, George gentleman Gibson St, Bowden 1899. Husband of Caroline Fogwell Wherry Applications 23793 & 23794

No 2

WHERRY, George farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1859] Memorial 341/93, Application 974

WHERRY, George farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 4880

WHERRY, George farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1865[-1871] Grant Book 26 Page 234 County Gawler

WHERRY, George farmer Barabba. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 26 Page 238 County Gawler

WHETSTONE, Joseph Richardson labourer Cunliffe. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1925 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

WHETSTONE, Mildred Elizabeth domestic Moonta [Mrs JR WHETSTONE nee ME DONALDSON] . Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

WHETSTONE, Thomas gardener Moonta. Cunliffe (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 178 County Daly

WHIBLEY, Alfred John dairyman Gawler 1936, aged 59 on 10/10/1935 Application 28027

No 1

WHIBLEY, Edward farmer Modbury 1868 Memorial 201/229

WHIBLEY, Edward farmer Gepps Cross 1872 Memorial 246/259

WHIBLEY, Edward farmer Angle Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

WHIBLEY, Elizabeth Sarah widow formerly of near Crafers, but now of 211 Essex Road, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Edward WHIBLEY farmer Angle Vale, to manage her SA business affairs 3/2/1874 Deposit 50/1874

No 1

WHIBLEY, Thomas contractor Stirling East 1881 Memorial 154/331

WHIBLEY, Thomas gentleman Stirling East 1906 Memorial 17/456

No 1

WHICHELLO, John currier Hindmarsh 1874[-1875] Memorial 237/278, Application 15181

WHICHELLO, John currier Hindmarsh, and Harriet Cherry Whichello his wife 1893 Memorial 7/448

WHICHELLO, Harriet Cherry formerly wife of John Whichello currier Hindmarsh deceased, now widow Adelaide 1903 Application 24531

No 1

WHILEY, Catherine spinster Adelaide 1839 later Hindmarsh then Adelaide 1862 Application 24820

WHILEY, Catherine formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Adelaide 1862 Memorial 103/186

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WHILEY, William woolbroker Kensington Park 1882 Memorial 113/342, Application 19386

WHILEY, William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1883 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

WHILEY, William gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Price township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

WHILLAS, A accountant Renmark 1916 Memorial 74/474

WHILLAS, Charles Baillie teacher Hindmarsh. Hindmarsh District Library and Mechanics Institute trustee 1891 Memorial 40/411

WHILLAS, Gilbert Baillie formerly of Happy Valley near Pt Lincoln but now retired market gardener Pt Lincoln 1949 Application 28630

WHILLAS, James Andrew and John Foggo Whillas gentlemen Adelaide 1884 Memorial 21/358

WHILLAS, Leslie David shop assistant Pt Lincoln, aged 46 in 1955, declared he had lived in the district all his life Application 29097

WHIMPRIES, Thomas labourer Maidstone 1874 Application 13770

No 1

WHINHAM, William sheep farmer North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 155/337

WHINHAM, William stockholder North Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Robert Whinham stockholder North Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in the firm of John Whinham and Sons (John, Robert and William Whinham co-partners) 24/2/1882 Deposit 112/1882

WHINHAM, William schoolmaster North Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1888 Memorial 73/395

WHINHAM, William agent Prospect 1897 Memorial 2/431

WHINHAM, William gentleman Prospect 1890, had lived in Graham’s Castle, pt Section 372 Hundred of Adelaide, from 1872 until 1891 whe he gave this information. The property had a high stone wall around it from before 1851. Edward KLINGENDER and Dr BATHE had lived there in the 1850s and 1860s Application 22016

WHINHAM, William out of business formerly of Prospect but now of Norwood 1920 Application 26934

WHINNEN, Samuel boiler maker Gawler and Eliza Whinnen his wife 1912 Memorial 196/466

WHINNEN, William formerly of Callington but now of Mt Gambier 1867 Application 12464

WHINNEN, William Francis grocer Gawler South 1946, linked with Phyllis May Whinnen spinster Gawler South Application 28470

No 1

WHINNERAH, Thomas farmer Goodwood 1848 Enrolment 84/12

WHINNERAH, Thomas farmer The Sturt River 1849 Enrolment 91/12

WHINNERAH, Thomas farmer Goodwood 1853[-1866] Memorial 26/50

WHINNERAH, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1865 Memorial 335/205

WHINNERAH, Thomas gentleman of Pennington Tce, North Adelaide and The Cedars, Grünthal 1887 Memorial 97/388

WHINNERAH, Thomas gentleman formerly of Aldinga and North Adelaide but then of Grünthal, died 18/7/1891 Memorial 155/409

WHINNERAH, Thomas gentleman Grünthal, died 18/7/1891. His family as at 1909 included; John Alfred Whinnerah clerk Adelaide, Susannah LAWRANCE wife of Charles Vinrace Lawrance accountant Adelaide, Margaret PRESTON wife of Louis Malpas Preston clerk 22 Edward St, Elsternwick Vic, Adelaide Whinnerah spinster Albert St, Caulfield Vic, Thomas Carr Whinnerah electrical engineer London, Middlesex, England and Maria LINDOE wife of Philip James Dardier Lindoe Captain in HM Army Kensington Palace Mansions, London, Middlesex, England (formerly the wife of Horace Henry SPOONER no description). Trustees of the Whinnerah Estate in 1909 - William GOODE storekeeper Pt Pirie and Walter Newton REDIN journalist formerly of College Park but now of North Adelaide Application 25668

No 1

WHISSON, James yeoman Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 250/120

WHISSON, James formerly yeoman Strathalbyn 1857 but now lime burner Strathalbyn North 1865 Application 6209

WHISSON, John farmer Belvidere Hundred of Bremer 1863 Memorial 95/187

WHISTLE, Robert carpenter Walkerville 1846 Memorial 60/85

No 1

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire Fenchurch St, London, Middlesex, England 1839 Enrolment 29/1

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire Section 236 near Unley 1842 Memorial 55/100

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire Section 236 Survey B 1853 Memorial 22/57

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire The Reedbeds 1843 Memorial 121/3

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire formerly of Unley Park but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 340/121

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire formerly of Unley but now of Friar's Walk, Holy Trinity parish Exeter, Devon, England 1865 Memorial 14/202

WHISTLER, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Exeter, England 1866 Application 8021

WHISTLER, Thomas gentleman formerly of Unley late of 5 Belmont Rd, Exeter, Devon, England, died 31/7/1896. The English executors appointed Thomas Berry GALL solicitor Adelaide as their local attorney to help finalise his SA estate 1896 Application 24061

WHISTLER, Thomas gentleman 5 Belmont Rd, Exeter, Devon, died 31/7/1896 Memorial 32/436

WHITBREAD, Adolphus carrier Bowden 1856 Memorial 99/105

WHITBREAD, Alfred farmer Para Plains near Salisbury 1886 Application 20895

WHITBREAD, George storeman Adelaide 1876 Memorial 185/291

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHITBREAD, James labourer Islington near Hindmarsh 1846[-1854] Memorial 349/6

WHITBREAD, James farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 171/120

WHITBREAD, James farmer Salisbury, died 6/12/1890. His estate worth £300. The trustees had to sell the whole estate and divide the proceeds equally absolutely amongst the children of James Whitbread. His son, Shadrack Whitbread farmer Penfield and Thomas Philip PARKER farmer near Gawler to be the trustees Application 24385

WHITBREAD, John James gardener Adelaide (North Tce) 1866 Application 7049

WHITBREAD, Joseph labourer Kapunda 1922[-1938] Memorial 104/485

WHITBREAD, Josiah gentleman Ward's Belt, died 15/4/1902, of bronchitis and cardiac failure, aged 67 Application 24385

WHITBREAD, Robert storekeeper Bollabollana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 65 Page 1 County Not named

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WHITBREAD, Shadrach labourer Hindmarsh Town Plains 1850[-1854] Memorial 35/21

WHITBREAD, Shadrach farmer Para Plains 1858 Memorial 232/132

WHITBREAD, Shadrach farmer Para Plains, died 29/12/1893, of morbus cordis, aged 61 Application 24385

WHITBREAD, Warner farmer Penfield 1907 Memorial 216/456

WHITBREAD, William farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1883[-1893] Memorial 145/347

WHITBREAD, William Charles farmer Hundred of Wandearah 1888[-1892] Memorial 120/389

WHITBY, AK clerk to WC Belt solicitor Adelaide 1870[-1872] Memorial 99/245

No 1

WHITBY, FJ overseer Mt Remarkable 1868 Memorial 52/230

WHITBY, FJ manager Willowie Melrose 1875 Memorial 53/286

WHITBY, FJ JP overseer Melrose 1881 Memorial 214/332

WHITBY, Francis John gentleman Melrose 1885[-1889] Memorial 27/365

WHITBY, Francis John station manager Melrose 1893 Application 22576

WHITBY, Joseph secretary to The Exchange Adelaide 1850 Memorial 334/20

No 1

WHITBY, Joseph J clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 41/69

WHITBY, JJ clerk to William BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 349/169

WHITBY, JJ of North Tce, Adelaide 1861 Memorial 291/178

WHITBY, JJ solicitor Adelaide (40 King William St) 1864[-1865] Memorial 317/193

WHITBY, JJ solicitor Mt Barker 1865 Memorial 84/202

WHITBY, Joseph James solicitor Mt Barker 1866 Memorial 163/216

WHITBY, JJ solicitor Adelaide (Penn Chambers) 1869 Memorial 47/241

WHITBY, JJ solicitor Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1870 Memorial 54/249

No 1

WHITBY, PER articled clerk Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 138/381

WHITBY, Percy Edward Robert solicitor Adelaide 1897 Memorial 204/432

WHITBY, William ostler to Edward Morris Golden Cross Hotel Balhannah 1855. W Whitby lived at the hotel Application 19988

WHITCHER, John labourer Truro Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1

WHITCOMB, George Esquire formerly of Evershot St, Oakley Square, Middlesex, England [probably his business address] but now in SA 1848 Memorial 339/11

WHITCOMB, George gentleman formerly of St George's Place, Walworth, Surrey, England [probably his home address] but now of Adelaide 1848 Memorial 448/11

WHITCOMB, George Esquire Hobart Town Tasmania, power of attorney to Samuel TOMKINSON bank manager Bank of Australasia Adelaide, to acquire the income from his shares in the Paringa Mines Company and the Britannia Mines Company 14/5/1857. [Was he formerly of St George’s Place, Walworth Road, Surrey, England??] Deposit 8/1858

No 1

WHITE, Abraham farmer Allen Creek 1857 Enrolment 90/40

WHITE, Abraham farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 306/149

WHITE, Abraham farmer Light River linked with James White of Allen Creek 1858 Memorials 112 & 113/172

WHITE, Abraham farmer Kapunda 1860 Application 1240

WHITE, Abraham farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1862. Did he had any family link with James White JP Esquire Kapunda? Application 3356

WHITE, Abraham gentleman St Kilda on the Light 1862[-1863] Memorial 33/186

WHITE, Abraham farmer St Kilda near Kapunda 1863. He used to lend out money Application 4397.

WHITE, Abraham formerly farmer Kapunda, but now railway contractor Terowie 1881 Application 18535

WHITE, Adolphina widow Kent Town 1898 Memorial 187/434

WHITE, AE shop assistant Swan Reach 1938 Memorial 38/512

WHITE, Albert confectioner Adelaide took out a 4-year lease at £3/10/- a week of a shop and dwelling house which William MCMINN was building for Henry MUIRHEAD jeweller Adelaide at 31a Hindley St next to SARGEANT the butcher on the west side January 1877. Apparently the shop was being built on Pt TA 48. A White could have taken possession in May 1877 Memorials 51/297, 128/302

WHITE, Albert William farmer Salisbury 1893 Memorial 90/416

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHITE, Alexander labourer Mt Gambier and Florence White his wife formerly Florence EDWARDS widow 1874 Memorial 102/247

WHITE, Alexander of the Hundred of Coomooroo 1888 Memorial 49/395

No 2

WHITE, Alexander retired farmer Eustace St, Mt Gambier, aged 80 in 1956, declared that he had lived in the Mt Gambier area all his life. He remembered that an old well used to exist on Pt Section 317 Hundred of Blanche to provide water for grazing cattle. About 55 years ago, when the Blue Lake Water System began operating, the pumping mechanism was removed at that time and the well was gradually filled in Application 28499

WHITE, Alfred Harry storekeeper Swan Reach. Swan Reach Public Hall trustee 1938 Memorial 38/512

No 1

WHITE, Archibald Bruce publican Somerset Hotel Adelaide (pt TA 229 Flinders St) 1910 Memorial 201/463

WHITE, Archibald Bruce licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury 1914 Memorial 115/471

WHITE, Archibald Bruce licensed victualler Modbury married Winifred Amelia TONKIN home duties Modbury, on 10/6/1922. Witnesses; Walter S POWER business manager Adelaide (141 Flinders St) and Mollie MCDONOUGH spinster North Adelaide Memorial 99/518

No 1

WHITE, Arthur and William gentlemen Stirling East 1887 Memorial 34/385

WHITE, Arthur and William gentlemen Stirling West 1888 Memorial 31/391

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WHITE, Arthur, Charles and William gentlemen Reedbeds 1888 Memorial 246/393

WHITE, Bayly White gentleman Adelaide, about to leave for some time to reside in Medindie NSW, power of attorney to Edward White O’HALLORAN solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/6/1886 Deposit 120/1886

No 1

WHITE, Benjamin cordwainer Unley 1842[-1855] Memorial 169/149

WHITE, Benjamin cordwainer Unley 1852 linked with White, Herbert farmer Unley 1852 Memorial 322/45

WHITE, Benjamin bootmaker Unley 1859[-1862] Memorial 195/149

WHITE, Benjamin shoemaker Unley Park 1861 Memorial 311/173

WHITE, Benjamin cordwainer formerly of Unley 1859 but now of Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4437

No 2

WHITE, Benjamin miner Allen Creek 1849[-1852] Memorial 213/24

No 3

WHITE, Benjamin currier Hindmarsh brother to Elizabeth White spinster Hindmarsh also Edward White currier Ballacreen near Cork, Ireland, and John White farmer of Lachnamore near Cork, Ireland 1882 Memorial 99/396

WHITE, Bertram Roy farmer Kangarilla 1941 Memorial 2/516

No 1

WHITE, Charles labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 24085

WHITE, Charles labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 324/31

No 2

WHITE, Charles formerly carpenter 1840 but now gentleman Adelaide 1862 Application 3599

No 3

WHITE, Charles carter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 430/15

WHITE, Charles carrier Adelaide (Franklin St) 1857 Memorial 16/120

WHITE, Charles water carrier Adelaide 1848[-1857] Memorial 298/13 Water carrier Adelaide (Franklin St) 1854 Memorial 479/77 Carrier Adelaide (Franklin St) 1855 Memorial 395/85

WHITE, Charles water carrier Adelaide 1857 Memorial 310/114

WHITE, Charles carrier Fullarton 1861 Application 2019

WHITE, Charles carter Fullarton 1867 Memorial 65/226

WHITE, Charles formerly carrier Adelaide now out of business Fullarton 1900 Application 24014

WHITE, Charles gentleman Fullarton, died 10/1/1903 Adelaide. Estate worth £9,600. Husband of Jane White. Father of George White, Mary Ann White, the late Harry White. Grandfather of Sydney White, Frederick White (sons of George White), Arthur Harry White, Ada White (children of the late Harry White). Other grandchildren mentioned but not named Memorial 33/448

WHITE, Jane widow of the late Charles White gentleman Fullarton, died 19/1/1908 Fullarton Rd, Fullarton, of 24 hour heart prostration, aged 85 years. Born in Co Meath, Ireland, she had come to SA 66 years ago. Married aged 18. 2 daughters living; 3 sons and 2 daughters deceased. Her grandson, Arthur Henry White formerly commercial traveller now gentleman Fullarton, married Blanche SEARCY. They had two daughters - Dorothy Eleanor Searcy GRAHAM nee White wife of Allen Percival Alston Graham motor engineer Crystal Brook and Eileen Searcy White typist Fullarton 1926 Application 27460

No 4

WHITE, Charles shoemaker Unley 1842 Application 20051

WHITE, Charles shoemaker Unley 1843[-1856] Memorial 388/88

No 5

WHITE, Charles farmer Unley 1849[-1855] Linked with John Wright farmer Unley 1849 Memorial 110/83

WHITE, Charles farmer Unley 1859 Linked with Henry WHITE farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Applications 927, 928

WHITE, Charles farmer Unley linked with WHITE, Robert farmer near Virginia 1861 Application 2067

No 6

WHITE, Charles carpenter Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 241/45

WHITE, Charles formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855 but now builder Wallaroo 1866 Application 7620.

No 7

WHITE, Charles bootmaker Port Road 1855 Memorial 107/83

WHITE, Charles bootmaker Croydon 1857[-1862] Memorial 117/118, Application 3369

WHITE, Charles shoemaker Croydon Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1866 Grant Book 27 Page 409 County Gawler

WHITE, Charles formerly bootmaker Port Road 1855 but now farmer Croydon 1871 Application 11613

WHITE, Charles formerly bootmaker Croydon 1857 but now farmer Two Wells 1872 Application 11852

No 8

WHITE, Charles carpenter Bowden 1863 Application 4702

No 9

WHITE, Charles farmer Oladdie. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

WHITE, Charles farmer Hundred of Oladdie linked with Ellen White spinster Hundred of Oladdie 1891 Memorial 203/411

No 10

WHITE, Charles and Erwin farmers Burton near Salisbury 1907 Memorial 167/456

No 1

WHITE, Charles Arthur carpenter Queenstown and Susan White his wife nee Susan GAYLARD 1875 Memorial 68/285

WHITE, Charles Arthur carpenter Queenstown, died c1882 Husband of Susan White. Mrs White, still at Queenstown, died c1934. Parents of Charles Arthur White painter Queenstown (already deceased), James Ernest White licensed land broker Pt Adelaide and Sarah Alice WHITMARSH no description Memorial 61/508

WHITE, Charles Arthur carpenter Queenstown, died 13/3/1882. His estate to his widow, Susan White, for herself and their children until the youngest child turned 16, then for herself alone for life or until her remarriage, then to the children in equal shares absolutely. Susan White died 19/5/1933. Her family included: James Ernest White licensed land broker Pt Adelaide; Mary Ann STEVENS married woman Alberton; Carla May BRAUND mmarried woman Edithburgh, Kate Rose BROOKS married woman Woodville; Sarah Alice WHITMARSH married woman Franklin Application 27766

WHITE, Susan widow of Charles Arthur White carpenter Queenstown 1882 Application 19508

WHITE, Charles Ernest land agent Pt Adelaide 1908 Application 25429

WHITE, Charles Henry shoemaker Goodwood 1852 Application 3676

WHITE, Charles Jones farmer Green Hills Special Survey 1855[-1859] Memorial 335/90

No 1

WHITE, Charles Toms farmer Greeen Hills Special Survey 1855 Memorial 335/90

WHITE, Charles Toms farmer formerly of the Greeen Hills Special Survey but now of Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 313/168

WHITE, Charles Toms farmer Bull Creek 1875 Memorial 80/286

WHITE, Christopher John farmer Compton near Mt Gambier 1944 Memorial 7/518

WHITE, Clarissa Kitty widow Prospect 1942 Application 28334

WHITE, Colin John farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1930 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

No 1

WHITE, David farmer Farrell Flat. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 39 County Stanley

WHITE, David farmer Koolunga Co Stanley. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882[-1888] Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

WHITE, David farmer Koolunga, had died by 1913. Executrix – Sarah Ann White widow Kadina Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

WHITE, Edmund farmer Farrell Flat. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 38 County Stanley

WHITE, Edmund farmer Koolunga Co Stanley. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 294 County Daly

WHITE, Edmund farmer Willamulka Co Daly 1892[-1898 Memorial 53/412

No 1

WHITE, Edward carpenter Pt Elliot 1855[-1857] Memorial 291/86

No 2

WHITE, Edward carter Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 158/90

No 3

WHITE, Edward farm labourer Auburn 1857 Memorial 305/127

WHITE, Edward [formerly farm labourer Auburn but now] schoolmaster Hallett 1890 Memorial 26/401 & RPA Search 963

No 4

No 1

WHITE, Edwin and Samuel sheep farmers Rocky River 1852 Memorial 10/46

WHITE, Edwin sheep farmer Rocky River 1854 Memorial 144/75

WHITE, Edwin Esquire Crystal Brook 1856[-1858] Memorial 155/106

WHITE, Edwin the Elder emigrated to SA by 1852. He bought St Leonards' allotments in 1856, when he lived at Crystal Brook. Josiah MARTIN carpenter Grenfell St, Adelaide, sold them to E White. Edwin White the Elder returned to England by 1858, where, as of full age gentleman Arnewood, Hants (Father: Samuel White White), he m 6/1/1858 St James New Brighton, Wallasey, Cheshire, Frances Elizabeth Bristow HUGHES full age spinster Sea Bank Wallasey (Father: John Hughes). The only child of the marriage, Edwin Francis White, was born 24/10/1858 Hordle, Hants, and baptised 23/11/1858. The Edwin White family emigrated to SA. Edwin White the Elder died 25/7/1859 intestate, aged 33, leaving his son as heir at law. Following her husband’s death, Mrs White returned to Sea Bank Egremont, Wallasey, Cheshire, to live Application 3386

WHITE, Elizabeth spinster Burnside, died early 1894. Sister to Benjamin White who died 1882. Aunt to John White overseer Pilton via Clifton Darling Downs Qld, who returned to SA by mid-June 1894 Memorials 49 & 178/421 & Application 24820

WHITE, Elizabeth Hagen spinster Beanewella 1859 Memorial 109/153

No 1

WHITE, Ellen widow Modbury 1885[-1887] Memorial 201/370

WHITE, Ellen widow Modbury, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Edward MITCHELSON gentleman Modbury, to manage her SA business affairs 8/6/1886 Deposit 137/1887

No 2

WHITE, Ellen widow Clarendon, died 20/6/1920. Executors; Frederick and Elijah White farmers Clarendon Memorial 29/485

WHITE, Emma Maria widow Clarendon, died 4/4/1919. Mother of Elijah White farmer near Clarendon and Joseph White farmer Baker Gully Memorial 170/480

WHITE, FC greengrocer Pt Adelaide 1898 Application 23589

No 1

WHITE, Francis Henry ironmonger Norwood 1851 Memorial 251/34

WHITE, Francis Henry metal worker Norwood 1853[-1860] Memorial 34/53

WHITE, Francis Henry metal worker Adelaide 1853[-1863] Memorial 391/53

WHITE, Francis Henry metal merchant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 348/126 Glen Osmond Silver Lead Mining Co trustee 1857 Memorial 102/127

WHITE, Francis Henry galvanized iron worker Norwood 1861 Application 2701

WHITE, Francis Henry metal merchant Adelaide (King William St) 1862 Memorial 306/180

WHITE, Francis Henry galvanized iron worker Adelaide 1863 Memorial 138/189

WHITE, Francis Henry ironworker Norwood 1879 Memorial 101/320

No 1

WHITE, Francis Joseph shipwright Goolwa 1877[-1891] Memorial 90/301

WHITE, Francis Joseph shipwright Goolwa, and Mary White his wife formerly Mary HENDERSON widow 1909, married 22/9/1874. Step-father of Mary Ann Henderson spinster Perth WA and Margaret MARASPEN widow Perth WA 1909 Memorial 131/460

WHITE, Francis Joseph shipwright Goolwa 1912. Husband of Mary Kinniff White Application 26082

No 1

WHITE, Francis Kirk farmer Bramfield 1884 Memorial 36/357

WHITE, Francis Kirk of Elliston 1886 Memorial 120/381

WHITE, Frank labourer Walloway 1905 Book 13 Page 267 County Dalhousie

No 1

WHITE, Frederick and Samuel White stockholders Whites Creek [near Mt Remarkable?] 1845 Memorial 309/4

WHITE, Frederick and Samuel White White Esquires Charlton near Mt Remarkable 1854[-1856] Memorial 152/65

WHITE, Frederick Esquire Charlton near Mt Remarkable, about to leave the province for England for a time, power of attorney to his brother Samuel White White Esquire Charlton, to manage his SA business affairs 26/1/1854 Deposit 23/1854

WHITE, Frederick Esquire formerly of Mt Remarkable but now in England 1854 Memorial 436/72

WHITE, Frederick Esquire formerly of Sheaoak Log but now in parts beyond the seas 1858 Memorial 315/136

WHITE, Frederick Esquire Wainsford, near Lymington, Hants, England, power of attorney to Samuel White White Esquire White Park, near Charlton Copper Mine, Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, and William O’HALLORAN Captain in HM Army Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/5/1860 Deposit 150/1860

WHITE, Frederick White Esquire Mudeford House near Christchurch, Hants, England, died 20/9/1862. Husband of Fanny White. Father of Frederick Samuel White White. His cousin, Jacob HAGEN, [of Ropley, Hants, England and formerly of Echunga and Adelaide] was one of the executors of his will. The estate worth £50 Application 26467

WHITE, Frederick White formerly of SA but now of parts beyond the sea 1860. Brother to Samuel White White Esquire White Park near Charlton. Frederick White White landed proprietor died 20/9/1862. He left his SA property in trust to his wife, Fanny White, for life. Property to be sold after his death to benefit his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. A son, Arthur Edward White White of Mudeford, near Christchurch, Hants, England, died 18/8/1866, of a neck tumor. Fanny White White, widow of Frederick Samuel White White of Mudeford House, Highcliff, Christchurch, died 11/7/1911 of senility and cerebral thrombosis, aged 86. Her other son, Frederick Samuel White, was still living Application 26269

WHITE-WHITE, Fanny of independent means Mudeford House, Highcliff, near Christchurch, Hants, died 11/7/1911, of senility, cerebral thrombosis, aged 86. Widow of Frederick Samuel White-White. A son, Arthur Edward White-White died 18/8/1866 at Mudeford, of neck tumor, aged 3. The other child, Frederick Samuel White-White survived his mother Deposit 25/1913

No 2

WHITE, Frederick farmer Clarendon, died 25/1/1951. Husband of Mary Ann White. Father of Nita Florence LOUD wife of Lindsay Arthur Loud farmer Clarendon and Lucy May EASTON wife of Clarence George Easton farmer Clarendon Memorial 130/526

No 1

WHITE, Frederick Richard schoolmaster Kooringa 1874[-1882] Memorial 157/276

WHITE, Frederick Richard schoolmaster formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 228/340

WHITE, Frederick Richard formerly schoolmaster Kooringa but now Post Office official Adelaide 1894 Memorial 126/421

No 1

WHITE, Frederick Stanley farmer Brucefield 1897 Memorial 224/430

WHITE, Frederick Stanley farmer Brucefield. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WHITE, Frederick William schoolmaster Kooringa 1876 Memorial 240/288

WHITE, Frederick William out of business Fullarton became a bankrupt in 1881 Memorial 14/333

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

WHITE, Frederick William vigneron Fullarton 1878[-1891] Memorial 104/312

WHITE, Frederick William gentleman Glenelg and Mary Louisa White his wife 1892 Memorial 42/413

WHITE, Frederick William gentleman formerly of Fullarton but now of Glenelg 1901 Memorial 85/444

WHITE, Frederick William James civil servant Adelaide. Trustee St Paul's Adelaide 1909 Memorial 235/461

No 1

WHITE, George carpenter Adelaide 1837 Memorial 398/16

WHITE, George [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] farmer Willunga 1853 Memorial 135/57

WHITE, George farmer Scott Creek owned Section 284 Hundred of Noarlunga which belonged to an area which became known as Scotts Bottom (Dorset Vale) 1855 Memorial 279/86, Application 29903

WHITE, George farmer Section 284 Hundred of Noarlunga at Scott Creek 1860 Application 1099

No 2 - brother to Thomas White

WHITE, George labourer Alberton 1847 Memorial 176/9

WHITE, George and Thomas labourers Hundred of Yatala 1853 Memorial 11/58

WHITE, George and Thomas farmers Little Para Plains 1855[-1856] Memorial 420/89

WHITE, George & Thomas farmers Munno Para 1858 Memorial 28/136

No 3

WHITE, George tailor Adelaide 1840 Eliza White widow of George White of Fullarton 1877 Application 16361

WHITE, George tailor Adelaide 1848[-1863] Memorial 319/10

WHITE, George gentleman Adelaide 1855 Prince Albert Mining Company trustee [appeared to be involved in the Montacute Mine] Memorial 166/112

WHITE, George vigneron Rosefield near Fullarton 1871 Memorial 229/253

WHITE, George gentleman Fullarton, died 13/11/1876, of chronic nephrisit, and dropsy, aged 63 1882 Application 19396

WHITE, Eliza widow Rosefield Fullarton relict of the late George White formerly vigneron Rosefield but now deceased 1881 Memorial 51/328

WHITE, Eliza widow College Park 1883 Memorial 40/349

WHITE, Eliza widow Norwood, died 16/8/1888. Mother of Charles White tailor Kent Town. Executor: Charles Augustus BLEECHMORE gentleman Norwood Memorial 157/393

No 4 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger; likely to be linked with George White carpenter Adelaide

WHITE, George carpenter Lake Towella near Pt Lincoln 1847 Memorial 422/8

WHITE, George carpenter Pt Lincoln 1849 Memorial 55/60

WHITE, George carpenter Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Lincoln land grant 1849 Grant Book 21 Page 5 County Flinders

WHITE, George carpenter Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Flinders land grant 1853 Memorial 4/182

WHITE, George the Elder carpenter Pt Lincoln linked with George White the Younger farmer Tumby Bay 1870 Memorial 50/250

WHITE, George sheep farmer Pt Lincoln 1862 Memorial 309/182

WHITE, George the Younger farmer White River near Pt Lincoln 1868 Memorial 232/228

WHITE, George the Younger farmer Waterloo Bay 1879, the son of the late George White the Elder carpenter Pt Lincoln. George White Senr's daughter, Ellen White, married Charles Christian DUTTON in 1838. Their only son was Charles William DUTTON. The Dutton homestead at Clifton near Pt Lincoln burnt down in 1853 Application 17751

WHITE, George of Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Hundred of Ward land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 12 County Musgrave

No 5

WHITE, George carpenter Little Para Plains 1851 Memorial 221/29

WHITE, George farmer Little Para 1859 Application 247

No 6

WHITE, George labourer Bowden 1854[-1855] Memorial 93/72

WHITE, George farmer Beverley. Beverley Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 240/217

WHITE, George labourer formerly of Bowden 1854 but now of Beverley 1873 Application 13123.

WHITE, Elizabeth widow Pt Adelaide 1874[-1883] Memorials 239/275, 14/350

WHITE, Elizabeth widow Beverley Port Road, remarried to William ADAMS farmer Beverley, but she died 23/11/1883. No children by her second marriage. By 1884, her children by her first marriage were situated thus: Sarah Emily WILLIAMS wife of Solomon Williams brickmaker York, Mary Ellen HUDSON widow Beverley, Susannah BURFORD wife of David Burford butcher Black Rock Plain, Alice Julia PACKER wife of Nathaniel Packer gardener Highbury, William Amos White labourer Beverley and George James Henry Richard White teamster Beverley Memorial 125/423

No 7

WHITE, George farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 91/90

WHITE, George farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1859 Memorial 14/150

WHITE, George farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra near Gawler 1860[-1863] Memorial 246/167, Application 2484

WHITE, George farmer Mudla Wirra near Gawler 1865 Application 6426

WHITE, George [of Section 158 Hundred of Mudla Wirra] now in parts beyond the sea. Local attorney RB COLLEY 1881 Application 18751

No 8

WHITE, George sawyer New Tiers 1855[-1885] Memorial 321/91

WHITE, George sawyer New Tiers linked with Richard White grocer Moonta 1888 Memorial 204/394

No 9

WHITE, George carrier Edmunds St, Norwood linked with Jacob White formerly water carrier Adelaide but now gardener Walkerville 1857 Memorial 46/130

WHITE, George carrier Norwood 1857 Norwood Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 179/120

No 10

WHITE, George baker Norwood 1864 Application 4880

WHITE, George storekeeper Norwood 1866 Application 14221

WHITE, George baker Norwood 1869 Application 10180

WHITE, George storekeeper Kent Town Co Adelaide. Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

WHITE, George baker Kent Town 1881 Application 18510

No 11

WHITE, George labourer near Echunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Freeling land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 10 County Sturt

No 12 - perhaps the same person

WHITE, George labourer Kooringa 1882 Memorial 235/340

WHITE, George labourer Bendleby 1896 Memorial 222/427

No 13

WHITE, George market gardener Glynde 1888 Memorial 76/391

WHITE, George market gardener The Glynde 1896 Application 23225

No 1

WHITE, George Alfred Superintendent in the Railway Pt Broughton married 6/1/1878 to Ann PITMAN widow Memorial 103/310

WHITE, George Alfred superintendent in the railways department Pt Broughton and Ann White his wife 1882 Memorial 229/340

WHITE, George Alfred gentleman Pt Broughton. Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

WHITE, George Alfred Railway Department Superintendent Semaphore and Ann White his wife 1888[-1890] Applications 21320, 21914

WHITE, George Alfred Railway Department employee formerly of Semaphore, now of Pt Adelaide, and Ann White his wife 1904 Application 24815

No 1

WHITE, George Bazley gentleman Adelaide 1893 Memorial 19/419

WHITE, George Bazley accountant Mt Lofty and Lilian Gertrude White his wife 1896 Memorial 178/426

WHITE, George Bazley merchant Adelaide 1903[-1904] Memorial 25/450

WHITE, George Bazley owned Derrymor near Stirling in the 1890s. Walter HAWKER followed him as owner, using the large paddocks to graze stock brought down from the country to exhibit in the Adelaide Show. From 1924, his daughter Ruth Marjorie GAULT married woman Lower Mitcham lived there permanently with her father and ran horses in the paddocks. In 1947, the TOPPERWEIN family - Keith Kosciusko Topperwein chemist Stirling West, Cora Adeline Topperwein (died 7/12/1952) and Jessie Jeanette Topperwein spinsters Stirling West - came to live at Derrymor when it was already overrun with blackberries in many places. In 1955, Henry Crowell WHITTAKER retired farmer 117 Coobe Rd, Allenby Gardens, purchased the estate 1956 Application 29235

No 1

WHITE, George Benjamin farmer Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 201/299

No 2

WHITE, George Benjamin licensed victualler Truro, died 1878 Memorial 189/312

No 1

WHITE, George James Henry = George James Henry Richard teamster Beverley 1883[-1885] Memorial 31/350

WHITE, George James Henry teamster Beverley 1896 Application 23133

No 1

WHITE, George Little farmer Harrogate linked with Thomas White farmer Harrogate and Mary Louise White widow near Mannum 1900 Memorial 177/441

WHITE, George Little farmer Harrogate 1905 Application 24996

No 1

WHITE, George Salmon of Balhannah 1857 Memorial 119/127

WHITE, Mary Ann widow Balhannah 1871 relict of the late George Salmon White formerly sawyer Balhannah 1859 Application 11833

WHITE, Gilbert first bishop of Willochra – map of Diocesan boundaries Deposit 11/1915

WHITE, Gordon Stanley retired dairy farmer 170 Park Tce, Salisbury, aged 46 in 1948. He was a son of Stanley Gordon White Application 28613

WHITE, GS butcher South Tce, Thebarton 1911 Application 26039

No 1

WHITE, George Tyler licensed victualler Farina Out of Hundreds. Trustee Cemetery Farina. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 88 County Not named

No 2

WHITE, George Tyler gentleman Rosaville 1924 Application 27257

WHITE, George Tyler William formerly of Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 83/277

WHITE, Hamlet James gentleman Kensington 1850[-1851] Memorial 246/22

No 1

WHITE, Harold James farmer Salisbury 1918 Application 26725

WHITE, Harold James farmer Salisbury, aged 61 in 1944, declared that he had lived in Salisbury for 50 years Application 28364

WHITE, Harry carrier and gardener Magill 1881 Memorial 141/335

No 1

WHITE, Henry blacksmith Adelaide and WHITE, John Esquire Reedbeds may be linked as relatives 1850 Memorial 130/27

WHITE, Henry blacksmith Adelaide (Wright St) 1854 Memorial 474/65

WHITE, Henry blacksmith Adelaide 1857 Memorial 103/123

No 2

WHITE, Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1856[-1857] Memorial 209/98

WHITE, Henry farmer Northern Hermitage Upper Little Para 1862 Memorial 256/185

WHITE, Henry gentleman formerly of the Upper Hermitage but now of Coburg Vic. Father of Ann Webber RODDA wife of James White Rodda gardener Coburg 1885 Memorial 182/370

WHITE, Henry farmer formerly of North Hermitage but then of Glanville, died 22/3/1888. Father of Maria Jane ADAMS wife of Francis Adams labourer Melbourne Vic formerly Maria Jane PINK of Glanville nee White. Estate worth £5 Memorial 133/391

WHITE, Henry farmer formerly of North Hermitage 1875 but now of Glanville, died 22/3/1888. Estate worth £5. His wife, called Eliza White. A daughter called Elizabeth White 1875. The youngest daughter, Maria Jane PINK widow of William Pink, lived with her father in 1875. By 1891, after her father died, she had remarried to Francis ADAMS labourer now of Melbourne Vic. She was living at Pt Adelaide Application 22057

No 3

WHITE, Henry storeman Pt Adelaide 1859 Application 267

No 4

WHITE, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 325/195

WHITE, Henry labourer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of the Jupiter Diggings 1871 Memorial 94/253

No 5 - perhaps the same person

WHITE, Henry mail contractor Pt Lincoln 1872 Application 12018

WHITE, Henry farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1877 Memorial 16/309

WHITE, Henry farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln, died 26/8/1897. His widow, Edith Maria White, had moved to Parkside by 1918 Application 26672

No 6

WHITE, Henry labourer Thebarton 1876 Memorial 8/293

No 7

WHITE, Henry farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 26 Page 334 County Gawler

No 8

WHITE, Henry general dealer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Flinders (later Streaky Bay Hundred of Ripon) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 66 Page 184 County Robinson

No 9

WHITE, Henry gardener Third Creek 1878 Memorial 164/312

No 8

WHITE, Henry labourer Kapunda 1878 Application 16593

No 9

WHITE, Henry butcher Thebarton 1879 Application 17192

WHITE, Henry labourer Thebarton 1881 Application 18611

WHITE, Henry out of business Thebarton [owned allotment 303] 1918 Application 26724

No 10

WHITE, Henry miner Wallaroo Mines 1880 Application 18334

No 11

WHITE, Henry groom Hill River near Clare 1899 Memorial 249/438

WHITE, Henry groom Hill River and Lucy Maria White his wife 1904 Memorial 201/451

WHITE, Henry B clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1866[-1871] Memorial 49/216

No 1

WHITE, Henry Charles licensed victualler Adelaide (Launceston Hotel Waymouth St) and Ellen White his wife formerly Ellen Evans 1871[-1878]. HC White must have then taken up work as a cabinetmaker Memorial 125/255

WHITE, Henry Charles formerly cabinetmaker Adelaide but now storekeeper Norwood 1893, declared that he had married his wife, Ellen White, on 9/2/1854 [She was the daughter of William EVANS formerly of Van Diemen's Land but then of Adelaide and sister to John Evans yeoman Adelaide the eldest son and heir at law of William Evans]. Children of the marriage included Rosa Mary White and Mary Ada White spinsters North Adelaide, Harry White labourer Adelaide, Charles White coach painter North Adelaide and William White picture framer North Adelaide. Some children died in infancy. Ellenor White wife of Henry Charles White carpenter Adelaide (Waymouth St) died 6/2/1876, of internal haemorrhage, aged 42 Application 22538

WHITE, HJ minister in charge Presbyterian Church Golden Grove 1906 Memorial 176/454

WHITE, Henry Robert teamster Beverley 1883 Memorial 31/350

WHITE, Herbert farmer Unley 1852[-1856] Memorial 204/45

No 1

WHITE, Hugh farmer Hundred of Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 179/156

WHITE, Hugh formerly farmer Saddleworth but now retired farmer North Adelaide 1906[-1908] Memorial 19/455

WHITE, Hugh retired farmer North Adelaide and Catherine White his wife. Relatives of Thomas Robert White farmer Booleroo Centre and Eliza Ann White married woman North Adelaide 1908 Memorial 6/459

WHITE, Isaac storekeeper Angaston 1904 Application 24802

No 1

WHITE, Isaiah labourer Clarendon 1872 Memorial 243/260

WHITE, Isaiah farmer Clarendon 1875 Memorial 48/316

WHITE, Isaiah farmer Clarendon 1891[-1906], died 11/10/1906. Husband of Emma Maria White. Father of Elijah White, Frederick and Joseph White farmers Clarendon, also Ellen and Naomi White spinsters Clarendon Memorial 85/456

No 1

WHITE, Jacob water carrier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 362/74

WHITE, Jacob formerly water carrier Adelaide but now gardener Walkerville 1857 linked with George White carrier Edmunds St, Norwood Memorial 46/130

No 1 - J White used his business and home addresses concurrently

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1839 Application 6733

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1840 Application 9523

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1843[-1846] Memorial 42/3 He had moved to Section 2037 Survey B by 1847. He had built a house and stockyards, and also a cottage in which Joseph COWLEY lived Memorial 494/9

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 26/19

WHITE, James gentleman Adelaide linked with Joseph White baker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 138/56

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Linked with Joseph White baker and confectioner Adelaide Memorial 290/72

WHITE, James gentleman East Payneham 1850 Application 8833

White, James gentleman East Torrens 1851 Application 28222

WHITE, James gentleman East Payneham 1853 Memorial 307/48

WHITE, James of East Payneham 1856 Memorial 219/107

WHITE, James gentleman formerly of East Payneham but now of the Bay Road near Adelaide 1862 Memorial 256/182

WHITE, James cabinetmaker Adelaide, died c1875. Jane White spinster Gilbert St, Adelaide, and William White painter North Adelaide had some family connection 1875 Application 14065

WHITE, James Esquire Bay Road died. He left a legacy of £300 to William White tailor 1 Louden Square, Cardiff, Wales. John White shoemaker 2 Peter Square, Leeds, Yorks, England inherited £200. William White painter North Adelaide to collect the legacies from Emma White, James White's widow, and despatch them to Britain 1875 Memorials 35 & 36/283

WHITE, Emma widow formerly of the Bay Road but now of Adelaide relict of the late James White now deceased. Perhaps a family link with James White tobacco manufacturer Adelaide?? 1875 Memorial 36/281

No 2

WHITE, James labourer Adelaide 1846[-1850] Memorial 163/37

No 3 - perhaps the same person; the Elder & the Younger

WHITE, James mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 454/36

WHITE, James fisherman Alberton 1860 Memorial 109/352

WHITE, James Junr and William fishermen Alberton, Harry White trolley driver Alberton, and Caroline Beasley wife of William Stanford Beasley driver Alberton, all children of James White Senr no description 1883 Application 19945.

No 4

WHITE, James gentleman Kapunda and Rebecca Bridget White his wife, formerly Rebecca Bridget GOODCHILD spinster 1851[-1854] Memorial 329/35

WHITE, James gentleman Allen Creek near Kapunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 451/91.

WHITE, James land agent Allen Creek near Kapunda 1858[-1863] Enrolment 67/35, Application 3831

WHITE, James land agent Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1858 Grant Book 8 Page 12 County Burra

WHITE, James gentleman Allen Creek near Kapunda and Rebecca Bridget White his wife 1865 Memorial 326/202

WHITE, James Esquire Allen Creek House near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 135/225

WHITE, James of Kapunda 'but at present absent therefrom' and Rebecca Bridget White his wife 1866 Application 7198

WHITE, James land agent Kapunda 1868 Application 22270

WHITE, James MP Allen Creek near Kapunda 1880 Application 18182

WHITE, James gentleman Kapunda 1880 Application 18052.

WHITE, James Esquire Kapunda JP 1881 Application 18535.

WHITE, James Esquire Albavale House Kapunda 1886 Application 21058.

WHITE, James Esquire Albavale Allen Creek and Elizabeth White his wife formerly Elizabeth READ widow 1889 Memorials 87 & 113/400

WHITE, James gentleman Albavale (Perhaps Section 1511 Hundred of Kapunda) Kapunda and Elizabeth White his wife 1889 Memorial 30/398

WHITE, James Esquire usually of Kapunda but at present in Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 145/404

WHITE, James, died 20/8/1890, St Kilda Vic [formerly of Kapunda] Memorial 49/409

WHITE, James gentleman Kapunda, died c1899. His home and contents and belongings + £500 cash to his wife, Elizabeth White. The rest of his estate to his nephew, James Wharton White stock and station agent Kapunda, to sell and set up two equal trust funds with the proceeds. His wife to get half the income for life from one trust fund, and then have the right to will the principle to one or more of his relatives as she chooses 'provided always … some one or more of my relatives now born or hereafter born who bear the surname of White'. The other trust fund to be set up to benefit the children of JW White, as they turn 21 or the girls marry Application 24957

WHITE, James gentleman Kapunda, died 20/8/1890 St Kilda Vic. Estate worth £12,800. His wife, Elizabeth White, lived at Woodville by October 1890 Application 27113

WHITE, Elizabeth widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide, relict of the late James White formerly gentleman Kapunda now deceased 1891 Memorial 189/408

WHITE, Elizabeth medical practitioner Melbourne Vic widow of James White formerly gentleman Albavale Kapunda now deceased 1907 Memorial 234/461

No 5

WHITE, James carrier Kapunda 1854 Memorial 64/62

No 6

WHITE, James farmer Unley 1864 Application 5219

No 7

WHITE, James mariner Kilkenny for some time up to 1873 Application 26194

No 8

WHITE, James accountant Four Hills Kapunda 1875 Memorial 90/280

No 9

WHITE, James fisherman Alberton 1876 Application 15575

No 10

WHITE, James farmer Hundred of Way 1887[-1888] Memorial 124/384

No 6

WHITE, James labourer Turners Gully near Clarendon 1902 Memorial 221/447

WHITE, James labourer Clarendon, died 22/7/1916. Husband of Ellen White. Father of Frederick and Joseph White farmers Clarendon Memorial 173/474

WHITE, James E clerk Pt Adelaide 1904 Memorial 138/452

WHITE, James Harding retired publican Clifton St, Extension Prospect 1914 Application 26348

WHITE, James Henderson farmer near Mannum, died c1899. Husband of Mary Louise White Memorial 171/441

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

WHITE, James Henry shoemaker Norwood 1852 Memorial 132/44

WHITE, James Henry clerk Norwood Hundred of Anna land grant 1874 Grant Book 17 Page 137 County Eyre

WHITE, James Thomas farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1884[-1899] Memorial 94/359, Application 23783

No 1

WHITE, James Wharton stockholder Kapunda 1880 Memorial 1/328

WHITE, James Wharton gentleman Kapunda 1882 Memorial 51/341, Application 19133

WHITE, James Wharton auctioneer Kapunda 1885 Application 20587

WHITE, James Wharton station manager Kapunda 1886[-1890] Memorial 218/373

WHITE, James Wharton stock and station agent Kapunda linked with William St Clare Wharton White stock and station agent Kapunda 1889 Memorial 100/399

WHITE, James Wharton MP gentleman Kapunda linked with William St Clare Wharton White gentleman Kapunda 1890 Memorial 169/406

WHITE, James Wharton and WHITE, William St Clair Wharton stock dealers near Kapunda 1891 Application 22162

WHITE, James Wharton and William Wharton formerly stock agents Kapunda 1891 now gentlemen Coolgardie WA 1896 Application 23190

WHITE, James Wharton auctioneer formerly of Kapunda but now of Esperance WA 1898 Application 23545

WHITE, James Wharton formerly of Kapunda but now stockholder Esperance WA linked with William St Clare Wharton White formerly of Kapunda but now shipping clerk Fremantle WA 1901 Memorial 26/443

No 1

WHITE, James William storekeeper Kooringa 1877 Memorial 39/300

WHITE, James William fruiterer Kooringa 1877 Application 15954

WHITE, Jane widow Adelaide 1880 Memorial 246/327

WHITE, JE of Queenstown Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 94/464

No 1

WHITE, Jeffrey farmer Condowie Plains. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

WHITE, Jeffrey farmer Farrell Flat. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

No 1

WHITE, Jesse brickmaker Bowden 1861 Memorial 5/174

WHITE, Jesse brickmaker Brompton 1875 Application 14290.

WHITE, Jessie Mary married woman 61 Grant Ave, Rose Park 1943 Application 28343

No 1

WHITE, John builder Adelaide 1837 Enrolment 56/4

WHITE, John formerly of Adelaide, but now stockowner The Reedbeds, and Barbara White, his wife 1848 Enrolment 59/4

WHITE, John landowner The Reedbeds 1851 Memorial 171/74

WHITE, John gentleman The Reedbeds (died 30/12/1860). Father of William White gentleman Stirling West and grandfather of Arthur White gentleman Stirling West (who turned 21 on 15/5/1887) Memorial 192/387

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WHITE, John labourer Bowden 1847 Memorial 72/9

WHITE, John the Elder and John White the Younger labourers Bowden 1855 Memorial 55/93

WHITE, John the Younger labourer Bowden 1856 Memorial 321/95

No 3

WHITE, John shoemaker Unley 1853 Memorial 354/54

WHITE, John shoemaker Hindmarsh 1858 Application 155.

No 4 - possibly the same person

WHITE, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 112/65

WHITE, John farmer Gawler River 1855[-1868] Memorial 244/82

WHITE, John farmer Pt Gawler 1855[-1866] Memorial 233/81

No 5

WHITE, John farmer Rosenthal 1858 Memorial 192/161

WHITE, John farmer Sandy Creek 1865 Memorial 18/203

No 6

WHITE, John grocer Summertown near Glenelg 1861 Application 2087

No 7

WHITE, John farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1864 Memorial 264/195

WHITE, John farmer Hamilton on the Light 1869 Memorial 9/243

No 8

WHITE, John shepherd Stony Gap Apoinga near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 8 Page 52 County Burra

No 9

WHITE, John farmer near Salisbury 1871 Application 11338

No 10

WHITE, John farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 122 County Victoria

No 11

WHITE, John linked with the Mt Lyndhurst Silver Lead Mine 1883 Memorial 98/353

No 12

WHITE, John chemist Norwood 1884 Memorial 175/361

No 13

WHITE, John farmer Hundred of Palmer 1885 Memorial 193/372

WHITE, John farmer Quorn linked with Mary Ann White widow Hundred of Palmer Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 97/369

WHITE, John farmer Barrandilkie near Quorn linked with William White farmer formerly of the Hundred of Palmer but now of Willunga 1885 Memorial 75/369

No 14

WHITE, John machinist Tarcowie. Trustee Tarcowie Cemetery 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 53 County Dalhousie

No 15

WHITE, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda linked with Maria White widow Bagot Gap relict of the late Patrick White formerly farmer Bagot Gap now deceased 1899 Memorial 66/438

WHITE, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda and Mary White his wife 1912 Memorial 184/467

WHITE, John farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda and Mary White his wife linked with Patrick John White farmer near Kapunda and Mary Elizabeth White his wife 1919 Memorial 30/478

No 16

WHITE, John station overseer formerly of Adelaide but now of Pilton Qld 1904 Application 24820

WHITE, John Bailey Gard farmer Lameroo. Trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

No 1

WHITE, John Bazley Esquire Millbank St, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to his son, Samuel Francis White, about to proceed to SA. Power of attorney to George MORPHETT revoked 1850 Memorial 169/26 In Sep 1850, Arthur HARDY took over as JB White’s local attorney Memorial 170/26

WHITE, John Bazley Esquire Blackheath, Kent, England, died 20/10/1864. His family included George Bazley White Esquire Adelaide, John Bazley White formerly of Millbank St, Westminster but now of Vicarage Gate, Middlesex, England, George Frederick White formerly of Millbank St, Westminster, Middlesex but now of 1 Rochester Gate, Hyde Park, Middlesex, and the Rev'd Edward White of 52 Holland Rd, Kensington, Middlesex, England - addresses in 1889 Memorial 23/399

WHITE, John Charles Shorey gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 13004

No 1

WHITE, John James farmer Pt Gawler 1870 Memorial 134/248

WHITE, John James farmer Kapunda 1940 Memorial 159/514

WHITE, John Keerfoot Junr labourer Pt Lincoln 1911 Application 25981

No 1

WHITE, Jonas teamster Norwood 1855[-1857] Memorial 205/89

WHITE, Jonas carter Norwood 1858[-1863] Memorial 273/136

No 1 - linked with James White cabinetmaker Adelaide

WHITE, Joseph baker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 138/56

WHITE, Joseph confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854 Memorial 265/75

No 1 - Joseph James White

WHITE, Joseph stationmaster formerly of Alberton 1853 but now of Queenstown 1865 Application 6557

WHITE, Joseph station master Yatala township near Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 15/236

WHITE, Joseph James out of business Yatala township 1880 Memorial 147/326

WHITE, Joseph James formerly station master Alberton but now out of business Rosewater 1885 Application 25512

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WHITE, Joseph James licensed victualler Paddington [now part of Rosewater] 1884 Memorial 176/359

WHITE, Joseph James publican Gepps Cross 1886 Application 21097

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WHITE, Leslie W clerk Adelaide 1925 Memorial 27/494

WHITE, Leslie Walter clerk Marine Parade, Seacliff 1925 Memorial 162/493

WHITE, Leslie Walter clerk Seacliff linked with Roy Lewis Barker White school teacher Yankalilla 1926 Memorial 20/496

No 1

WHITE, Lewis yeoman Littlehampton 1852 Memorial 107/42

WHITE, Lewis yeoman Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 41/86

WHITE, Lewis labourer Littlehampton 1854 Memorial 482/77

WHITE, Lewis brickmaker Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 150/111

WHITE, Lewis brickmaker formerly of Littlehampton 1856 but now of Callington on the Bremer 1865 Application 6469

WHITE, L Ford bank clerk Adelaide 1910 Memorial 250/463

WHITE, Linda Myrtle Ruby storekeeper Beltana (on land intended for a postoffice) 1940 Memorial 199/514

WHITE, Martha widow Young St, Exeter 1913 Application 26194

No 1

WHITE, Martha Elsea widow Reedbeds linked with William White gentleman Stirling West 1884 Memorial 127/360

WHITE, Martha Elsea widow formerly of Somerton but now of the Reedbeds 1893 Memorial 39/416

WHITE, Martha Elsea widow Wetunga Reedbeds relict of the late Samuel White formerly gentleman Wetunga but now decease linked with Samuel Albert White gentleman Wetunga 1893 Memorial 6/420

No 1

WHITE, Mary widow East Tce, Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 434/29

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WHITE, Mary widow Le Fevre Peninsula 1882 Application 19147

WHITE, Mary widow Young St, Semaphore 1894 Application 22724

No 3

WHITE, Mary widow Kapunda 1891 Memorial 142/411

WHITE, Mary widow Crane St Kapunda 1926 Application 27461

No 1

WHITE, Matthias carpenter Adelaide 1849 Memorial 131/17

WHITE, Matthias builder Adelaide 1868 Memorial 39/234

WHITE, Matthias builder formerly of Morphett St but now of Grote St, Adelaide 1882 Memorial 243/343

WHITE, Matthias died 1902. Husband of the late Elizabeth Ann White. Father of Eleanor Elizabeth FORMBY widow of the late William Harper Formby. Laura SMITH worked in the M White household Memorial 38/447

WHITE, Mervyn James Riseley licensed land broker 133 Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide 1950 Application 28715

No 1

WHITE, Michael of Millicent 1899 Memorial 68/438

WHITE, Michael grazier Millicent 1903 Memorial 211/449

No 1

WHITE, Nathaniel labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 181/14

WHITE, Nathaniel farmer Third Creek 1852 Memorial 464/40

WHITE, Nathaniel labourer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 81/134

WHITE, Oliver Charles farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1930 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

No 1

WHITE, Patrick farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1864[-1868] Memorial 7/198

WHITE, Patrick farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda, died 29/5/1875 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Maria White, to settle the estate Memorial 79/285

WHITE, Maria widow Bagot Gap near Kapunda widow of the late Patrick White farmer Bagot Gap 1890 Application 21963

No 2

WHITE, Patrick contractor Le Fevre Peninsula 1874 Memorial 9/273

WHITE, Patrick contractor Le Fevre Peninsula, died 1874. He left his estate in varying shares to his wife, Mary White, and his brother-in-law, Michael BROOKS Memorial 242/277

No 1

WHITE, Phineas laboure Park Farm near Clarendon 1855 Memorial 193/87

WHITE, Phineas butcher Clarendon 1856[-1866] Memorial 272/111

WHITE, Phineas butcher Clarendon 1863 Application 4156

WHITE, Phineas farmer Clarendon 1868 Memorial 205/228

No 1

WHITE, Richard shoemaker Chain of Ponds 1850 Memorial 55/25

WHITE, Richard shoemaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 410/39

WHITE, Richard bootmaker Houghton 1853 Memorial 70/47

WHITE, Richard farmer Houghton 1853 Memorial 280/46

No 2

WHITE, Richard licensed victualler Yankalilla 1853[-1857] Memorial 183/53

WHITE, Richard farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1855] Memorial 473/74

WHITE, Richard farmer Bishop Flat 1856 Memorial 259/110

No 3

WHITE, Richard farmer Hundred of Waterloo 1858 Memorial 23/145

WHITE, Richard farmer Hamilton on the Light 1866 Memorial 31/209

WHITE, Richard farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1870 Memorial 27/245

WHITE, Jane Mary widow of the late Richard White farmer near Marrabel, died 24/3/1898, of senile decay and old age, aged 83. Her name linked with James Thomas White farmer Marrabel Application 23612

No 1

WHITE, Robert farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 6005

No 2

WHITE, Robert farmer Tantanoola. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1892 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

No 1

WHITE, Robert John labourer Beverley 1866 Memorial 102/210

WHITE, Robert John labourer Canowie, a member of the Franklin Land, Loan and Building Society based in Brompton 1868 Memorial 130/232

WHITE, Roy Lewis Barker schoolteacher Yankalilla 1929[-1939] Memorial 128/502, Application 28196

No 1

WHITE, Samuel farmer Willunga 1845[-1846] Memorial 1/222 Property called Dorset Farm 1849 Memorial 489/19 Farmer Hundred of Willunga Trustee Independent Chapel Section 231 Hundred of Willunga 1850 Memorial 381/30

WHITE, Samuel farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 394/36

WHITE, Samuel miller Willunga 1853 Memorial 260/46

WHITE, Samuel farmer White Valley near Willunga 1853 Memorial 315/52

WHITE, Samuel miller Pt Willunga 1860 Memorial 302/162

WHITE, Samuel miller Whites Valley Aldinga 1861 Application 2318

WHITE, Samuel miller Whites Valley Steam Mill pt Section 219 Survey C Aldinga insolvent debtor 1867 Enrolment 36/36

WHITE, Samuel miller and shipowner formerly of Willunga but now of White Valley Mill near Aldinga 1861 Memorial 269/171

WHITE, Samuel merchant Aldinga 1865 Memorial 288/201

WHITE, Samuel out of business formerly of Whites Valley and McLaren Vale 1867, declared insolvent on 8/10/1866 Application 8377

WHITE, Samuel gentleman Wanganui New Zealand 1885 [formerly a trustee of a Congregational Chapel on pt Section 229 in Survey C in 1860] Memorial 149/365

No 2

WHITE, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 163/37

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WHITE, Samuel butcher Black Forest 1852 Memorial 263/43

WHITE, Samuel butcher Bay Road near Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 468/56

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

WHITE, Samuel butcher Clarendon 1893 Memorial 226/418

No 5

WHITE, Samuel 30 gentleman Reedbeds (Father; John White) m 5/4/1869 St Mary’s Morphett Vale, Martha Elsea Taylor 18 (Father; Thomas Taylor). Their eldest child was Samuel Albert White born 20/12/1870, Reedbeds Deposit 23/1911

WHITE, Samuel gentleman William St, Double Bay NSW, died 16/11/1880, of 14 days' pneumonia, aged 49. His brother-in-law, JW EGAN, of 219 George St, Sydney, registered his death. Samuel White born in London to his parents John White (later gentleman the Reedbeds near Adelaide) and Barbara nee WELLINGALE/WILLINGALE. Emigrated to SA. Married there to Martha TAYLOR, aged 38. In NSW for 8 months. Children living included: Samuel Albert White (the eldest son born 20/12/1870 gentleman Wittunga Reedbeds 1911), Herbert Mortimer White and Eva Matilda White Application 25921, Enrolment 34/55

WHITE, Samuel Francis Esquire Swanscomb, Kent, England. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 73 County Adelaide

No 1 – Samuel John White

WHITE, Samuel farmer Yackamoorundie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WHITE, Samuel John farmer Yacka. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

WHITE, Samuel John farmer Yacka 1886[-1892] Memorial 48/375

WHITE, Samuel John farmer Yacka. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1892 Grant Book 56 Page 98 County Stanley Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

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

WHITE, Samuel White the Younger of Pt Lincoln 1842 Memorial 26/2

WHITE, Samuel White the Younger Esquire formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Whites Creek 1845 Memorial 349/5

WHITE, Samuel White and WHITE, Frederick Esquires White Creek 1848 Memorial 71/12

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire Mt Remarkable 1854 Memorial 436/72

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire White Park near Charlton by Crystal Brook 1861 Memorials 125/174 & 157/174

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire White Park near Mt Remarkable 1861 Application 2255

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire formerly of White Park near Charlton but now of Hill Butts, Dorset, England 1863 Memorial 296/205

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire White Park near Charlton linked with Frederick White Esquire formerly of SA but now in parts beyond the seas 1927 Memorial 141/498

WHITE, Samuel White Esquire, formerly of SA, then of Hill Butts, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England; later of Syncombe Villa, Bath, Somerset, England, died 20/11/1869. Thomas Giles (died 19/2/1899, at home Angas St, Adelaide, of senile decay) and Joseph Sylvester O’Halloran Esquires Adelaide, his SA attorneys and trustees (much property in SA and the Northern Territory). The Pt Lincoln land to go to the testator’s sons, Samuel White White II, Joseph Nicholas Bayly White White, Edward Paget O’Halloran White White, and Montague White White, as tenants in common. Samuel White White II died 30/9/1905. He left his land to his brothers. Joseph Nicholas Bayly White White died 21/6/1906. He left his land to his brothers. EPO White White appointed Executor Trustee and Agency as his local agent to sell any outstanding real estate 10/4/1912 Application 27741

WHITE, Samuel White the Elder Esquire White Park near Charlton. When he had returned to England from SA, he had first lived at Hill Butte Wimborne Minster Dorset. SW White the Elder died 20/11/1869, at Syncombe Villa Bath Somerset, England. Father of four sons. Samuel White White formerly the Younger died 1905 intestate. Joseph NB White died 1906, leaving his estate to his brother Edward PO White. The two surviving brothers (Edward Paget O’Halloran White White gentleman Colville Gardens Bayswater, Middlesex and Montague White White gentleman Frankport St, Plymouth, Devon, England) Application 26269

No 1

WHITE, Stephen yeoman Blackwood near Balhannah 1852 Memorial 486/42.

WHITE, Stephen of Balhannah 1857 Memorial 79/113

WHITE, Stephen yeoman Blackwood near Balhannah 1861 Application 2155

WHITE, Stephen labourer Balhannah, died 7/4/1895. Estate worth £100. Husband of Eliza White. Adopted child; Elizabeth Wilson WILSON. A relative, Charles White, lived in Middlesborough, Yorks, England. Eliza White widow St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide, relict of the late Stephen White formerly farmer Balhannah, died 25/2/1908, of several months' senile atrophy, aged 85. Born in Kent, England. In SA 64 years. Married at age 23. No family Memorial 137/441 & RPA Search 2464

WHITE, Thea Wilhelmina married woman North Tce, Adelaide Secretary of the Mothers and Babies Health Association Inc 199-200 North Tce, Adelaide 1947 Application 28507

No 1

WHITE, Thomas formerly gentleman Adelaide 1839 but now cornfactor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1845. Links with Annie Williamson EVERALL widow One Tree Hill 1876 Application 15101

WHITE, Thomas cornfactor Adelaide (Grenfell St) took out a lease with an option for purchase on Section 351 Survey B part of which later became St John Wood 1843 Memorial 438/17

WHITE, Thomas cornfactor Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1845 Memorial 444/4

WHITE, Thomas corn factor formerly of Grenfell St, Adelaide, but now of Tam O’Shanter Belt 1849[-1850] Memorial 437/17

WHITE, Thomas farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1850[-1855] Memorial 270/54

WHITE, Thomas formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt, Port Road near Adelaide 1856 Memorial 180/107

WHITE, Thomas of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1857 Memorial 116/120

No 2 - brother to George White

WHITE, Thomas farmer Para Plains linked with George White farmer Para Plains 1855 Memorial 420/89

WHITE, Thomas farmer formerly of the Para Plains 1855 but now of the Little Para 1863. He could not write Application 4278

WHITE, Thomas farmer Little Para 1865[-1867] Memorial 307/201

WHITE, Thomas farmer formerly of the Little Para but now of Nailsworth 1903. Husband of Elizabeth White. Father of Albert William White farmer Salisbury Application 24596

No 3

WHITE, Thomas farmer The Reedbeds 1851 Memorial 256/34

WHITE, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 108/63

WHITE, Thomas farmer Daisy Farm near Yankalilla 1865[-1866] Memorial 131/202

WHITE, Thomas farmer near Normanville 1871 Application 11409

No 4

WHITE, Thomas farmer Fourth Creek 1853 Memorial 432/67

WHITE, Thomas labourer Crafers 1859 Memorial 70/160

No 5

WHITE, Thomas farmer Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 72/70

WHITE, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo 1859 Memorial 303/148

WHITE, Thomas farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Harrogate 1877 Memorial 79/298

WHITE, Thomas the Elder grazier Harrogate, died c1899. Father of James Henderson White and Thomas White the Younger farmers Mannum Memorial 37/437

No 6

WHITE, Thomas police constable Adelaide 1858 Memorial 19/142

No 7

WHITE, Thomas yeoman Lower Light. Hundred of Grace land grant 1858 Grant Book 27 Page 6 County Gawler

No 8

WHITE, Thomas labourer Magill 1860 Application 1256

WHITE, Thomas labourer Magill 1869 Memorial 160/244

WHITE, Thomas farmer Magill 1861 Memorial 249/302

WHITE, Thomas gardener Magill 1877 Memorial 250/302

No 9

WHITE, Thomas shepherd Tungkillo. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1863 Grant Book 58 Page 303 County Sturt

No 10

WHITE, Thomas carter Adelaide 1882 Memorial 183/340

No 11

WHITE, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1884[-1886] Memorial 2/360

WHITE, Thomas carpenter Gawler 1895 Application 22861

No 12

WHITE, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1895 Application 22871

No 13 - perhaps the same person

WHITE, Thomas gardener Uraidla 1900 Application 24076

WHITE, Thomas gardener Carey Gully 1913 Application 26230

No 1

WHITE, Thomas Geddes Methodist minister Gawler 1904 Memorial 141/452

WHITE, Thomas Geddes Methodist minister Mile End 1912 Memorial 24/467

WHITE, Thomas Geddes Methodist minister Glenelg President of the SA Methodist Conference 1919 Memorial 11/479

WHITE, Thomas Geddes Methodist Minister Avenue Rd, Highgate 1935 Application 27966

WHITE, Thomas Henry farmer Salisbury and Emily White his wife 1898[-1903] Memorial 160/434, Application 24582

No 1

WHITE, Thomas Robert builder Saddleworth 1884 Memorial 199/361

WHITE, Thomas Robert builder formerly of Saddleworth but now of Melbourne Vic 1888 Application 21504

No 2

WHITE, Thomas Robert farmer Booleroo 1893[-1904] Memorial 42/417

WHITE, Thomas Robert farmer Arwakurrak, died 2/5/1915 intestate. Husband of Sarah White. Estate worth £1,900. Related to Hugh White of North Adelaide who died 20/1/1914 and his wife Catherine White who died 14/5/1919 Memorials 152 & 154/482

No 1

WHITE, William carpenter and builder on the Public Lands Adelaide 1838 Memorial 18/10

WHITE, William carpenter Adelaide 1850[-1859] Memorial 477/20

No 2

WHITE, William butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1868 Memorial 101/233

No 3

WHITE, William blacksmith Mt Pleasant 1874, died 1879. His whole estate left to his wife, Ellen White Memorial 39/316

No 4

WHITE, William painter North Adelaide 1875 Application 14065

No 4

WHITE, William of Fulham at the Reedbeds 1878[-1879] Memorial 155/312

WHITE, William Esquire Reedbeds 1882 Application 19117

No 5

WHITE, WIlliam drover Thebarton 1879 Memorial 133/319

WHITE, William drover and contractor Thebarton 1882 Application 18978

WHITE, William drover Thebarton 1886 Application 20942

WHITE, William out of business Gepps Cross 1918, declared that he had been born on 24/8/1839. He had lived in South Tce, Thebarton for 32 years. Father of George Ernest White foreman Gepps Cross Application 26692

No 6

WHITE, William gentleman Stirling West linked with Martha Elsea White widow The Reedbeds 1884 Memorial 127/360

WHITE, William gentleman Stirling East 1885 Memorial 1/365

WHITE, William gentleman Stirling West linked with Martha Elsea White widow Somerton 1888 Memorial 132/390

WHITE, William gentleman formerly of Stirling East, but now in parts beyond the sea 1888 Application 21490

No 7

WHITE, William farmer Mt Mary 1890 Memorial 214/403

No 8

WHITE, William farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1897 Grant Book 26 Page 247 County Gawler

No 9

WHITE, William fisherman Alberton 1909 Application 25632

No 1

WHITE, William Amos labourer Beverley on the Port Road 1883[-1896] Memorial 30/350

WHITE, William Amos labourer Beverley, died 16/5/1895. Husband of his 'beloved and faithful wife' Margaret Gould White, MG White died 30/10/1900 Memorial 24/475

WHITE, William Anthony engine driver 8 Cleland Ave, Unley 1935 Application 27970

No 1

WHITE, William Bolitho harbour master Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 54/494

WHITE, William Bolitho harbour master Pt Lincoln 1925[-1928] Memorial 42/499

WHITE, William Bolitho formerly harbour master Pt Lincoln but then out of business Malvern 1929 Application 27725

No 1

WHITE, William Henry of Norwood 1871 Memorial 217/252

WHITE, William Henry grocer formerly of Norwood but now of Kadina 1873 Memorial 244/266

No 2

WHITE, William Henry labourer near Kooringa. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

WHITE, William Nelson hotelkeeper Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1922 Memorial 66/486

WHITE, William Ross farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1930 Grant Book 12 Page 128 County Chandos

WHITE, William Thomas farmer Pichi Richi near Quorn 1889[-1890] Memorial 28/400

No 1

WHITEFIELD, William Primitive Methodist Minister Brighton 1854 Memorial 49/78

WHITEFIELD, William Minister of the Gospel Willunga 1860 Memorial 102/162

WHITEFIELD, William Minister of the Methodist Connection Willunga, died 1874. He left his estate to his wife, Jane Whitefield, during her widowhood, then equally in remainder expectant absolutely to their two children, Sarah Ann Whitefield and William John Whitefield Memorial 161/275

WHITEFIELD, William Superannuated Minister of the Methodist Connection Willunga, died 2/11/1871. His whole estate to his wife, Jane Whitefield, in trust for life or until her remarriage, then to his two children, Sarah Ann Whitefield and William John Whitefield in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. WJ Whitefield to have first choice of what assets he would like to possess. Estate worth £100. The son, William John Whitefield ironmonger's assistant Melbourne St, North Adelaide, died 27/12/1873, of a bowel obstruction, aged 81. The daughter, Sarah Anne Whitefield 23 spinster Willunga, married William Rothwell POUNSETT 25 bachelor telegraph clerk Willunga (Father: Henry Rothwell Pounsett) on 21/12/1876 St Stephen's Willunga. Minister: EK MILLER. Witnesses: Harrison POWELL gentleman Willunga , HR Pounsett gentleman Willunga, Hannah PRIOR of Brighton and MA Pounsett of Willunga. By 1896, HR Pounsett was post and telegraph master at Penola. The widow Jane WHITEFIELD 64 Willunga (Father: James PRIOR) remarried to William NOTTLE 71 widower gentleman Willunga (Father: Richard Nottle) on 23/9/1881 Mrs Whitefield's residence Willunga. Minister: Thomas PIPER. Witnesses: Emily WILLIAMS, Richard and Grace NOTTLE all of Willunga. Widowed Jane Nottle died 30/10/1895 Willunga, of senile decay and syncope, aged 79 Application 23097

WHITEFIELD, William superannuated Methodist minister Willunga, died 2/11/1871. His estate worth £100. The estate to his wife, Jane Whitefield, in trust during her lifetime, then to the children Sarah Ann Whitefield and William John Whitefield equally absolutely in remainder expectant. If both the children died before their mother, the estate to go to William Whitefield's brothers and sisters in equal shares Application 26576

WHITEFIELD, Jane widow Willunga relict of the late william Whitefield Minister of the Gospel Willunga, and WHITEFIELD, Sarah Anne spinster Willunga 1874 Application 13492

WHITEFIELD, Jane widow and Sarah Ann Whitefield spinster both of Willunga 1874[-1876] Memorial 59/275

WHITEFIELD, Jane widow Willunga 1881 Memorial 227/334

WHITEFIELD, William John ironmonger's assistant Melbourne St, North Adelaide, died 27/12/1873, of bowel obstruction, aged 18 Application 26576

WHITEFORD, James gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 105/330

No 1

WHITEFORD, William engine driver Adelaide 1882[-1888] Memorial 213/341, Application 21489

WHITEFORD, William engine driver Thebarton 1913, declared that he had come to live in the village in c1876 Application 26286

WHITEFORD, William out of business Light Tce, Thebarton 1918 Application 26724

WHITEHEAD, Albert and Joseph labourers Stockyard Creek Co Gawler. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

No 1

WHITEHEAD, C undertaker Brighton 1885 Application 23226.

WHITEHEAD, Charles carpenter Brighton 1886 Application 20827

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHITEHEAD, Edward farmer Glen Osmond 1853 Memorial 417/54

WHITEHEAD, Edward farmer The Torrens 1857 Memorial 201/151

WHITEHEAD, Edward Harry Philby clerk and commission agent Auburn 1954, declared that he had been Clerk of the District Council of Upper Wakefield for 15 months, since his father, William Frank Whitehead, had retired after doing that work for many years Application 29075

No 1

WHITEHEAD, Henry gardener perhaps of The Hermitage 1883 Memorial 115/349

WHITEHEAD, Henry gardener Walkerville 1890 Memorial 124/405

WHITEHEAD, Henry gardener North Walkerville, died 4/10/1893 intestate. Estate worth £300. Husband of Emma Whitehead who moved to Beverley on the Port Road after his death Memorials 181 & 187 & 188/419

WHITEHEAD, Emma widow Beverley relict of the late Henry Whitehead formerly gardener Walkerville now deceased 1899 Memorial 157/439

No 1

WHITEHEAD, John foreman Messrs ENGLISH & BROWN of Waymouth St, Adelaide 1863 Memorial 82/188

No 2

WHITEHEAD, John farmer Hundred of Colton 1892 Memorial 224/413

WHITEHEAD, John Roy farmer and grazier formerly of Elliston but now of Pt Lincoln 1944 Memorial 95/518

WHITEHEAD, John William Philbey District Clerk Auburn 1939, declared that he was the Clerk for the District Council of Upper Wakefield Application 28228

No 1

WHITEHEAD, Joseph yeoman the Torrens near Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 270/41

WHITEHEAD, Joseph yeoman Campbelltown 1855 Memorial 490/85

WHITEHEAD, Joseph formerly yeoman but now gentleman Campbelltown 1882 Application 19548

No 1

WHITEHEAD, Joseph Leonard farmer Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 48/523

WHITEHEAD, Joseph Leonard farmer Pt Lincoln 1956, declared that he had been born in Elliston on 28/5/1919 and remained there until he commenced farming at Pt Lincoln in February 1941 Application 29171

No 1

WHITEHEAD, Norman Henry farmer Mt Gambier 1945 Memorial 113/519

WHITEHEAD, Norman Henry farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

WHITEHEAD, Richard the Elder builder Auburn 1894[-1895] Memorial 30/423

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WHITEHEAD, Robert labourer Auburn 1858 Memorial 56/142

WHITEHEAD, Robert mason Auburn 1866 Application 7348

WHITEHEAD, Robert mason Auburn 1872 Memorial 143/260

WHITEHEAD, Robert the Elder and Younger builders Auburn 1896 Memorial 67/429

WHITEHEAD, Robert builder Malvern 1907 Memorial 128/457

WHITEHEAD, Robert builder Auburn 1924 Memorial 113/490

WHITEHEAD, Robert formerly the Younger builder now out of business Auburn 1939, used to operate a lime kiln in the village on Allotments 1-9 Application 28228

WHITEHEAD, Sarah Jane widow Hawthorn 1902 Memorial 46/445

WHITEHEAD, Thomas of Melbourne St, Lower North Adelaide, died 20/1/1899. Estate to his wife, Sarah Jane Whitehead, and daughter, Sarah Eliza Legar absolutely Deposit 8/1902

No 1

WHITEHEAD, Thomas Charles of Halifax, Yorks, England, purchased real estate in the Light Special Survey and the township of Victoria near Kapunda 1856 Memorial 24/122

WHITEHEAD, Thomas Charles bank cashier Halifax, Yorks, England, co-owner of land in SA, power of attorney to Lavington GLYDE agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/12/1856 Deposit 279/1860

WHITEHEAD, Thomas Charles woolstapler Halifax, Yorks, England,

1887 Memorial 113/384

WHITEHEAD, Thomas Charles Esquire Halifax, Yorks, England,

1890 Memorial 126/405

No 1

WHITEHEAD, William cabinetmaker Adelaide (Leigh St) 1839 Application 4511

WHITEHEAD, William cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide (Leigh St) 1839 but now of Mt Barker 1846 Application 4511

WHITEHEAD, William cabinetmaker Mt Barker 1846 Memorial 187/6

WHITEHEAD, William dealer Nairne 1846 Memorial 422/43

WHITEHEAD, William storekeeper Nairne 1849[-1855] Memorial 478/24

WHITEHEAD, Wiliam miller Nairne 1860 Memorial 225/166

WHITEHEAD, William farmer formerly of Nairne but now of Strathalbyn 1868 Application 8945

No 2

WHITEHEAD, William labourer Brighton 1875 Memorial 120/285

WHITEHEAD, William labourer Brighton 1886 Application 20827

No 3

WHITEHEAD, William labourer Alma. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 229 County Gawler

WHITEHEAD, William farmer Hundred of Dalkey 1885 Memorial 111/363

WHITEHILL, Adam and William the Younger engineers Adelaide (Sturt St) 1873[-1888] Memorial 12/270

No 1

WHITEHILL, William Charles engineer Adelaide (Currie St) 1915 Memorial 140/483

WHITEHILL, William Charles engineer Buller Tce, Alberton, died 25/9/1916 Semaphore intestate. Husband of Ella May Whitehill Memorial 70/484

No 1

WHITEHORN, Daniel farmer Section 1048 Upper Sturt 1851 Memorial 316/36

WHITEHORN, Daniel farmer Coromandel Valley linked with William Whitehorn storekeeper Kensington 1860 Memorial 97/168

WHITEHORN, Daniel farmer Coromandel Valley linked with William Whitehorn innkeeper Norwood and Emily Whitehorn his wife 1866 Memorial 245/216

No 1

WHITEHORN, William baker Kensington 1854[-1855] Memorial 486/72

WHITEHORN, William storekeeper Kensington 1859[-1863] Memorial 75/158

WHITEHORN, William licensed victualler Norwood and Emily Whitehorn his wife 1869[-1874] Memorial 99/236

WHITEHORN, William licensed victualler The Parade, Norwood 1870[-1874] Memorial 88/244

WHITEHORN, William gentleman Kensington and Emily Whitehorn his wife 1892 Memorial 43/412, Application 22410

WHITEHORN, Emily wife of William Whitehorn of Pirie St, Adelaide 1878, died 17/6/1907 Kensington Tce, Norwood. Mother of Florence Emily Whitehorn, Constance Emily Whitehorn, William Edward Whitehorn and Francis Whitehorn Memorial 85/466

WHITEHORN, William died 17/11/1909 a widower. His daughter, Constance Emily Whitehorn, married Frederick John HIRD on 21/10/1890. The Hirds lived in Perth WA by 1912 Memorial 91/466

WHITEHORN, Emily, born 17/10/1867, daughter of William Whitehorn publican Norwood and his wife, Emily nee COOKSON. Emily Whitehorn 23 spinster Inglewood, married Frederick John HIRD 24 bachelor mill manager Quorn (Father: Matthew Coates Hird) on 21/10/1890 St Matthew's Kensington Application 29360

WHITEHOUSE, Henry poultry farmer Hope Valley 1892 Memorial 85/412

No 1

WHITEHOUSE, William turner Adelaide 1868 Memorial 192/230

WHITEHOUSE, William turner Adelaide 1874 Application 13839

WHITEHOUSE, William wood turner Adelaide 1876 Memorial 200/288

WHITEHOUSE, William wood turner Adelaide (Logan St). Husband of the late Henrietta Whitehouse 1885 Memorial 76/364

No 1

WHITELAW, James farm servant Hay Flat near Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 165/74 Farm servant Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 136/87

WHITELAW, James farmer Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 226/214

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WHITELAW, Janet widow Maitland. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

No 1

WHITELAW, John butcher Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 285 County Victoria

WHITELAW, John butcher and baker Pt Pirie 1875 Memorial 122/282

WHITELAW, John butcher Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 218/297

WHITELAW, John butcher and baker Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18160

WHITELAW, John Alexander farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 171 County Fergusson

No 1

WHITELAW, Robert farmer Myponga 1854 Memorial 153/63

WHITELAW, Robert farmer Mt Crawford 1864 Application 4897

WHITELAW, Robert farmer near Freeling 1883 Memorial 117/347

No 2

WHITELAW, Robert the Younger farmer Yorke Valley Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

WHITELAW, William farmer Myponga 1861 Application 2221

No 1

WHITELEY, Benjamin farmer Gawler Plains linked with John KELL farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 88 County Adelaide

WHITELEY, Benjamin farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 77/94

WHITELEY, Benjamin farmer Gawler Plains 1862. He could not write Application 2883

WHITELEY, Bridget widow Bowden 1884 Application 20054

WHITELEY, James carter Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 270/23

WHITELEY, George carrier Bowden 1925 Memorial 17/494

WHITELEY, Patrick brickyard employee Bowden 1920 Application 26946

WHITELEY, William carpenter and builder Glanville 1896 Application 23217

WHITELL, Horatio surgeon Adelaide 1877 Memorial 29/297

WHITLEY, AK clerk to William Charles BELT solicitor Adelaide 1871 Memorial 126/251

WHITLEY, Frank accountant Adelaide 1880 Memorial 245/321

WHITLEY, JJ solicitor Adelaide (Gilbert Place) 1872 Memorial 239/257

WHITELOCK, John out of business Brompton 1895 Application 22932

No 1

WHITELOCK, Robert Atkin carter Brompton 1893 Memorial 131/419

WHITELOCK, Robert contractor Brompton 1895 Application 22932

WHITELOCK, Robert Atkin carter Brompton 1895 Application 22827

WHITELUM, William farmer Owen. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

WHITLOCK, George labourer Yednalue. Hundred of Wirreanda land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 3 County Granville

WHITLOCK, William grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1881[-1883] Memorial 83/332, Application 19626

WHITEMAN, Frederick carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 21873

No 1

WHITEMAN, James died before 1900. His widow, Anne Whiteman, died 27/4/1900. Parents of Elizabeth Whiteman, who married Alfred SIMMONS on 25/1/1864. Elizabeth Simmons died 14/7/1927. Her daughter, Stella Simmons spinster 65 King William St, Kent Town, died 13/7/1965 Malvern. Stella Simmons was the aunt of Matilda Winifred FLETCHER no description 1965 Memorials 11 & 12/535

WHITEMAN, Anne widow Angas St, Adelaide relict of the late James Whiteman farmer Lyndoch, died 27/4/1900, of senile decay, aged 88. Their daughter, Elizabeth Whiteman 21 Lyndoch Valley, married Alfred SIMMONS 22 wheelwright Adelaide (Father: Thomas Simmons) on 25/1/1864 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: Frederick COX cart proprietor North Adelaide and Ann BALL of North Tce, Adelaide. Elizabeth Whiteman owned land (20 acres of Section 3237 Hundred of Barossa) which John WILLIAMSON who died 22/6/1878 left to her in his will. She had brothers called Leonard and Roper Whiteman. Elizabeth Simmons died 14/7/1927, leaving 1 son and 3 daughters living at her death Application 29628

No 1

WHITEMAN, John Clarmon of Theydon Grove, Epping, Essex, England, died 6/8/1866 He owned real estate in the Northern Territory. His executors, the testator's widow, Sarah Whiteman of Theydon Grove, and Richard Whiteman FALL Esquire 11 King’s Arms Yard, London, Middlesex, England, gave power of attorney to George YOUNG Esquire Adelaide, to manage the various properties 23/2/1870 Deposit 187/1879

WHITEMAN, John Clarmont Esquire Theydon Grove, Epping, Essex, England, died 6/8/1866. Estate worth £90,000. Executors his wife, Sarah Whiteman and his nephew, Richard Whiteman FALL Esquire 11 King’s Arms Yard, London, Middlesex, England. Various bequests and trust funds for his wife and four daughters, with provision for grandchildren. He left real estate in the Northern Territory. The Executors gave power of attorney to George YOUNG Esquire Adelaide, to manage the Northern Territory real estate 23/2/1870 Deposit 186/1879

WHITEMAN, Leonard Samuel labourer Williamstown 1939 Application 28199

WHITEMAN, Roper labourer Sandy Creek 1878 Application 16971

WHITEMAN, Thomas builder Brighton 1851 Memorial 401/29

WHITFIELD, Alexander of Penola 1883 Memorial 99/353

No 1

WHITFIELD, James Gray storekeeper Oakbank 1885 Application 20735

WHITFIELD, James Gray Storekeeper Oakbank. Inverbrackie Presbyterian Church trustee 1887 Enrolment 22/54

WHITFIELD, James Gray leased Section 5005 Hundred of Onkaparinga (Aboriginal lease) 1894 Memorial 109/421

WHITFIELD, James Gray farmer Bowhill. Hundred of Bowhill land grant 1895[-1911] Grant Book 6 Page 2 County Buccleuch

WHITFIELD, James Gray farmer Bowhill Co Buccleuch. Trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 156 County Sturt

WHITFIELD, John Robert Henry labourer King St, Alberton. Pt Adelaide Workingmen's Association trustee 1929 Memorial 147/502

No 1

WHITFIELD, Mary Jane widow Robe S-E 1880 Memorial 239/26

WHITFIELD, Mary Jane widow formerly of Robe S-E but now of Glenelg 1898 Memorial 186/435

No 1 - possibly the same person

WHITFIELD, R of Adelaide 1871 Memorial 1/255

WHITFIELD, R clerk to Messrs G & J DOWNER solicitors Adelaide 1879[-1890] Memorial 141/318

WHITFIELD, Richard clerk Adelaide 1880[-1881] Memorial 38/326

WHITFIELD, R accountant Adelaide 1896 Memorial 143/428

WHITFIELD, Richard accountant Forrestville 1904 Memorial 99/450

WHITFIELD, Robert Thomas farmer Callington 1867[-1969] Memorial 126/222, Application 9908

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WHITFIELD, William farmer Brighton 1855 Memorial 187/90

WHITFIELD, William storekeeper Brighton 1855 Memorial 103/91

WHITFIELD, William storekeeper Balhannah 1855 Memorial 300/94

WHITFIELD, William [formerly storekeeper Brighton but now] schoolmaster Balhannah 1856 Memorial 89/103

WHITFIELD, William of Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 93/142

WHITFIELD, William teacher Oakbank 1868[-1870] Memorial 88/235

WHITFIELD, William formerly storekeeper but now licensed teacher Oakbank 1873 Memorial 102/264

WHITFIELD, William [possibly the Younger] shipping clerk Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 173/222

WHITFIELD, William the Elder farmer Mannum 1881 Memorial 32/330

WHITFIELD, William the Elder agent Mannum, died c1882. Husband of Barbara Whitfield Memorial 76/348

WHITFIELD, William the Younger storekeeper Mannum 1880 Memorials 32 & 33/330

WHITFIELD, Barbara widow Mannum 1884[-1886] Memorial 111/360

WHITFIELD, Barbara widow Mannum 1885. Relict of William Whitfield storekeeper Oakbank Application 20735

No 2

WHITFIELD, William draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

No 1

WHITFORD, Alexander of Penola 1861 Memorial 94/178

WHITFORD, Alexander of Penola 1863 Memorial 267/189

WHITFORD, Alexander blacksmith Penola 1866[-1878] Memorial 102/215

WHITFORD, Alexander blacksmith Portland St, Penola, died 31/3/1897. Estate worth £300. He left his entire estate to his wife, Agnes Mackie Whitford. Agnes Whitford widow Penola, died 16/1/1899. She left her whole estate to her son, Thomas Allan Whitford blacksmith Penola. Estate worth £215. By 1902, Thomas YATES auctioneer Mt Gambier testified that TA Whitford was now of parts beyond the sea Application 24469

WHITFORD, Agnes widow Portland St, Penola, died 16/1/1899. Mother of Thomas Allan Whitford blacksmith Portland St, Penola 1900 Memorial 110/441

No 1

WHITFORD, Christopher corn factor Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 476/22

WHITFORD, Christopher corn factor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852[-1853] Memorial 297/39

WHITFORD, Christopher storekeeper Adelaide 1852 Memorial 140/41

WHITFORD, Christopher grocer and miller Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 154/47

WHITFORD, Christopher corn factor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 447/71

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Adelaide 1854[-1856] Memorial 436/77

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Adelaide 1855 Application 27589

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Thebarton 1854 Memorial 113/77

WHITFORD, Christopher of Thebarton Mills 1855 Memorial 76/88

WHITFORD, Christopher gentleman Thebarton 1855. He owned a flour mill called the Thebarton Mill, erected on allotments 25-28 & 56-59. The equipment included 'one pair of iron blocks, 5 spanners, one turning lathe, one hoisting roller, one drum for the hoisting roller, one pair of bellows, one anvil and one malt crusher' Memorial 86/90

WHITFORD, Christopher corn factor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1855 Memorial 80/95

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Adelaide 1856 Memorial 174/100

WHITFORD, Christopher grocer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 249/104

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Chain of Ponds 1858[-1859] Memorial 6/145

WHITFORD, Christopher miller and corn factor Chain of Ponds 1858. He borrowed £7,000 on Rundle St and Thebarton land from Abraham SCOTT merchant Adelaide. He had erected a steam flour mill on Sections 6135, 6136 Hundred of Para Wirra Enrolment 74/44

WHITFORD, Christopher miller Millbrook 1859 Memorial 2/162

WHITFORD, Christopher of Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 95/164

WHITFORD, Christopher cornfactor Wallaroo became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 12/220

No 1

WHITFORD, Elijah miner Redruth 1858[-1871] Memorial 188/144

No 2

WHITFORD, Elijah saddler Moonta 1872 Memorial 120/261

WHITFORD, Elijah saddler Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 88 County Daly

No 1

WHITFORD, Henry miner Kooringa 1851. Wesleyan Methodist. Memorial 154/31

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Kooringa 1853 Memorial 322/46

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Little Para 1853 Memorial 15/61

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Para Plains 1854 Memorial 67/80

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Little Para 1860 Memorial 124/162

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Munno Para 1870 Application 10689

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Para Plains 1870 Application 10511

WHITFORD, Henry formerly miner Kooringa 1851 but now farmer Little Para near Smithfield 1876 Application 14867

WHITFORD, Henry farmer Para Plains, died c1889. Husband of Elizabeth Whitford. Father of Henry Lillie Whitford, Eliza Ann Whitford and adopted daughter Margaret Fountain Whitford Memorial 118/399

No 1

WHITFORD, John farmer Trevatha Gawler Plains 1863 Memorial 252/191

WHITFORD, John farmer Gawler Plains 1877 Memorial 59/326

WHITFORD, John farmer Gawler Plains 1880 Application 18235

WHITFORD, John Henry labourer Morchard 1902 Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

WHITFORD, Leslie baker Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

WHITFORD, Thomas bricklayer North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 174/248

WHITFORD, Thomas Henry miner Moonta Mines, had died by 1914. Executrix – Grace Ann Whitford widow East Moonta Grant Book 15 Page 97 County Daly

WHITFORD, William miner Blinman. Trustee Institute Blinman Hundred of Carr land grant 1908 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WHITFORD, William Henry butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 56 County Daly

WHITFORD, William Henry of Clare 1877 Memorial 160/303

No 1

WHITHAM, Samuel, Walter Harry CRAVEN and Samuel SMEDLEY stockholders Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Whitham, Craven & Smedley 1881 Memorial 191/32

WHITHAM, Samuel sheep farmer Chucka Bend Murray River 1882 Memorial 80/342

WHITING, Ann spinster Mitcham 1851[-1857] Memorial 428/36

WHITING, AC/E clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 130/422

WHITING, Cecil Douglas manufacturer's agent Adelaide 1921 Memorial 122/483

No 1

WHITING, Edmund of Stirling near Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 175/192

WHITING, Edmund stockholder Coorooroo 1873 Memorial 123/264

WHITING, Edmund cattle dealer Pt Augusta had died by 1911 intestate. Letters of administration to Catherine FROST widow North Adelaide Grant Book 24 Page 671 County Frome

No 1

WHITING, George labourer Enfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 399/36

WHITING, George carter Enfield 1858 Memorial 239/145

WHITING, George farmer Nailsworth 1866 Memorial 1/210

WHITING, George farmer Montague Farms Dry Creek 1883 Memorial 119/347

WHITING, George Edward St John contractor Mile End 1904 Memorial 126/451

No 1

WHITING, Henry shoemaker Chain of Ponds 1854[-1858] Memorial 497/76 Member of the Houghton Land, Building and Investment Society 1858 Memorial 131/137

WHITING, Henry and Thomas farmers Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 5/210

WHITING, Henry farmer Dry Creek, died 12/9/1866. George and Thomas Whiting farmers Dry Creek mentioned in the administration of the estate Memorial 216/272

WHITING, Henry 23 labourer Tea Tree Gully (Father: Thomas Whiting) married Sarah Ann MORTIMER 18 Tea Tree Gully (Father William Mortimer farmer Dry Creek) on 14/12/1864 Tea Tree Gully Baptist Chapel Witnesses: William HAINES butcher Tea Tree Gully and Caroline HARMER wife of William Harmer Tea Tree Gully. Henry Whiting teamster Tea Tree Gully by 1879 Sarah Ann Whiting had a sister called Charlotte Mortimer Application 17384

No 1

WHITING, James gentleman Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 96/44

WHITING, James gentleman Adelaide (Hyde St) Adelaide 1853 Memorial 217/59

WHITING, James draper Adelaide (King William St) 1858[-1869] Memorial 287/144

WHITING, Raymond O, Roland A and Vivian OW contractors Pt Augusta 1942 Application 28338

WHITING, Roderick Charles gentleman North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 479 County Victoria

No 1

WHITING, Thomas miller Pt Elliot 1858[-1861] Memorial 95/138

WHITING, Thomas miller Adelaide 1864 Memorial 283/199

WHITING, Thomas miller formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Adelaide 1865 Memorial 179/203

WHITING, Thomas farmer Dry Creek 1877 Memorial 226/298

WHITING, William railway labourer Percyton. Hundred of Cameron land grant 1900 Grant Book 15 Page 32 County Daly

No 1

WHITING, William Edmund labourer Pt Augusta. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1911 Grant Book 24 Page 672 County Frome

WHITING, William Edmund chaff and wood merchant Pt Augusta 1929 Application 27733

WHITINGTON, Frederick T law clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 214/275

No 1

WHITINGTON, George F clerk to Messrs BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859[-1860] Memorials 118/161, 27/179

WHITINGTON, George Falkland solicitor Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1865 Memorial 98/208

WHITINGTON, GF solicitor Adelaide 1873 Memorial 21/265

WHITINGTON, Mrs Hilda M no description Echunga 1949 Application 28650

WHITINGTON, JB of Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 167/201

No 1

WHITINGTON, LA articled law clerk Adelaide (Unity Chambers, Currie St) 1906 Memorial 122/455

WHITINGTON, LA articled law clerk Adelaide 1911 Memorial 60/464

WHITINGTON, LA solicitor Adelaide 1926 Memorial 31/495

WHITINGTON, Maude Caroline no description, died 5/1/1919 probably in SA Application 26921

No 1

WHITINGTON, Peter chief clerk in HM Audit Service Adelaide 1873 Memorial 87/443

WHITINGTON, Peter civil servant Unley 1909 Memorial 4/461

WHITINGTON, Peter Esquire Wayville 1917 Memorial 40/475

WHITINGTON, Peter Esquire formerly of Wayville but now of Unley Park 1924 Memorial 115/490

WHITINGTON, Richard Groves MacDonnell clerk Gawler, Clerk of the District Council of Munno Para East for two years 1953 Application 28912

WHITINGTON, Tom banker's clerk Auburn 1877 Memorial 4/298

No 1

WHITINGTON, William Smallpiece clerk to the North Kapunda Mining Co of Adelaide 1849 Memorial 107/17

WHITINGTON, William Smallpiece mining agent Adelaide (Gilbert St), became a bankrupt 1874 Memorials 92 & 242/271

No 1

WHITLOCK, Charles farmer Clarendon 1851 Memorial 152/31

WHITLOCK, Charles farmer Pt Section 813 Hundred of Kuitpo 1855 Memorial 57/84

WHITLOCK, Charles farmer Eyre Flat near Clarendon 1859, died c1860. He left his entire estate to his cousin, Ann HARRIS wife of John Harris farmer Balhannah Memorial 91/173

WHITLOCK, George labourer Queenstown 1861 Application 2132

WHITLOCK, John yeoman Bowden 1854 Memorial 132/67

No 1 FIND – further back?

WHITLOCK, William grocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1878 Memorial 60/305

WHITLOCK, William grocer Adelaide (Hindley-street), died 29/4/1891, of disease of the bladder, aged 68. He was an executor for the estate of John JEFFRIES Deposit 16/1893

No 1

WHITMORE, Benjamin carpenter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 436/4

WHITMORE, Benjamin farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 240/70

WHITMORE, George invalid pensioner 91 Sussex St, Lower North Adelaide 1946, declared that he was 76 on 30/9/1946. Born in Tea Tree Gully, he was formerly Clerk of the Tea Tree Gully District Council between 1918-1922/3 Application 28455

WHITMORE, John Oliver gardener Hindmarsh Valley 1898 Application 23526

WHITMORE, Samuel printer Adelaide (South Adelaide) 1866[-1871] Memorial 2/221

No 1

WHITNEY, John yeoman Bertha 1856 [near Gawler] Memorial 125/106

WHITNEY, John teamster Bertha near Gawler 1858 Memorial 227/141

WHITNEY, John [formerly of Gawler] but now ironmonger Melbourne Vic 1867 Memorial 32/219

WHITRIDGE, CF shorthand writer College Town 1887 Memorial 26/386

WHITRIDGE, Fletcher gentleman College Town 1892 Memorial 181/412

No 1

WHITRIDGE, Robert gentleman Kensington 1852 Memorial 288/44

WHITRIDGE, Robert and William gentlemen Inman Valley 1854 Memorial 181/70

WHITRIDGE, Robert and William gentlemen Adelaide & Encounter Bay 1856 Memorial 100/106

WHITRIDGE, William Oswald of Adelaide had an interest in the Beltana North Silver Mining Syndicate 1890 Memorial 158/402

No 1

WHITRIDGE, William Whitridge Roberts gentleman Kensington 1851[-1853] Memorial 476/30 Formerly of Adelaide, now of Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 285/83

WHITRIDGE, William Whitridge Roberts gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 102/52

WHITRIDGE, William Whitridge Roberts farmer Inman Valley 1854 Encounter Bay Independent Chapel trustee Memorial 53/90

WHITRIDGE, William Whitridge Roberts gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 149/97

No 1

WHITTAKER, Charles farmer Marion St, Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 96 County Chandos

No 2

WHITTAKER, Charles out of business Reynella 1939. Born on 16/6/1856. A son of Henry Whittaker labourer Reynella, who died 31/5/1873 intestate, leaving a family of 4 sons and 1 daughter. Charles Whittaker had been a member of the District Council of Noarlunga. The former Morphett Vale Council records were destroyed by fire in the former Council office during 1933. [Noarlunga DC replaced the Morphett Vale DC] Application 28236

No 1

WHITTAKER, David labourer Reynella 1881 Memorial 14/329

WHITTAKER, David labourer Reynella linked with Lewis Martin Whittaker cellarhand Reynella 1919 Memorial 31/478

WHITTAKER, David out of business Brighton, died 27/1/1937 intestate. Estate worth £1,017 Application 28236

WHITTAKER, David Allan gardener Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

No 1

WHITTAKER, George Pyke Dowling of Dowlingville Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

WHITTAKER, George Pyke Dowling farmer Downingville, had died by 1909. Executors - Henry Peacock CROWELL farmer Price and Elizabeth May Whittaker spinster Dowlingville Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

No 1

WHITTAKER, Edward labourer Alberton 1854[-1855] Memorial 107/73

WHITTAKER, Edward labourer Queenstown 1856 Memorial 196/97

No 1

WHITTAKER, Henry labourer Reynella 1862 Memorial 37/182

Whittaker, Maria [widow of Henry Whittaker] lived with her bachelor son, James Whittaker, in a cottage in Reynella. Maria Whittaker died 1913. James Whittaker died 12/11/1922. Another son, Charles Whittaker (who had left home for the North shortly after his father had died) and his wife lived in the state's northern districts until 1918, when they came back to Reynella. They looked after James Whittaker until his death in Nov 1922. Henry and Maria Whittaker's third son, David Whittaker, lived at Reynella until his wife, Mary Whittaker, died c1921. Then he moved to Brighton, where he stayed until 1934 when he shifted to live with his son, Harold Durley Whittaker, at Warradale and died 26/1/1937. Harold Durley bricklayer Warradale 1939, declared that he was a son of David Whittaker. Born 15/10/1892 Reynella, he moved to Warradale when he was 16 years old. HD Whittaker was a brother to Lewis Martin Whittaker cellarman Reynella

Application 28236

No 1

WHITTAKER, James labourer North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 209/20 Storekeeper North Kapunda late 1850 Memorial 280/28

WHITTAKER, James publican North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 15/39

WHITTAKER, James labourer North Kapunda 1852 Memorial 105/39

WHITTAKER, James storekeeper Kapunda 1854 Memorial 376/68

WHITTAKER, James licensed victualler Kapunda 1854 Memorial 35/69

WHITTAKER, James gentleman Kapunda 1855 Memorial 308/80

No 2

WHITTAKER, James farmer Smith Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1902 Grant Book 11 Page 61 County Carnarvon

No 3

WHITTAKER, James out of business Reynella, died 12/2/1922. His estate worth £345. He left his estate to his brothers, David Whittaker and Charles Whittaker and his sister, Mrs Hannah GABB widow Glenelg. A nephew, Harold Durley Whittaker formerly bricklayer later builder Warradale by 1939 appointed one of the trustees. James Whittaker could not write Application 28236

No 1

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Primitive Methodist Minister Adelaide 1855[-1857] Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel under his care Memorial 131/94

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Primitive Methodist Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1856 He had charge of congregations on the Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Primitive Methodist Minister Adelaide 1858 Memorial 111/140

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Minister of the Gospel New Glenelg 1856 Memorial 50/104

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Primitive Methodist Minister Kooringa 1860 Memorial 60/163

WHITTAKER, James Dunn minister of the gospel New Glenelg married Mary nee ? at Ludlow, Salop, England. He died 3/10/1862 Wellington New Zealand. His widow, Mary Whittaker, still lived in Wellington in 1879. Three daughters of the marriage - Annie Mehetabel Whittaker married a merchant, Francis LOUDON. on 3/1/1877 (The Loudons lived at Foxton Manawatu New Zealand in 1879); Constance Mary Whittaker and Octavia Frances Whittaker spinsters Wellington Memorial 88/316

WHITTAKER, James Dunn Minister of the Gospel married Mary nee ? on 25/6/1851 at Ludlow Salop, England. The Whittakers emigrated to SA, where they lived at New Glenelg in the 1850s. They left for New Zealand, where JD Whittaker died 3/10/1862 Wellington intestate. His family consisted of three girls - Annie Mebetabel Manawater wife of Francis Manawater merchant Foxwell New Zealand; Constance Mary Whittaker and Octavia Frances Whittaker 1881 Application 18907

WHITTAKER, John Thomas farmer Cunningham 1893 Memorial 117/419

WHITTAKER, Lewis Martin cellar hand Reynella 1919[-1920] Memorial 31/478

No 1

WHITTAKER, Moses farmer Happy Valley 1891 Memorial 8/411

WHITTAKER, Moses farmer formerly of Reynella late of Happy Valley, eldest son of Henry Whittaker, died January 1918, a widower without family Application 28236

WHITTAKER, Thomas cutler Adelaide 1846[-1854] Memorial 463/6

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHITTAKER, William gentleman Kapunda 1883. Likely to be a connection of James Whittaker publican [possibly Kapunda??] 1852. Application 19889

WHITTAKER, William heir at law of the late James Whittaker no description now deceased 1876 Memorial 132/287

WHITTAKER, William of Childers St, North Adelaide heir at law of the late James Whittaker now deceased no description 1881 Memorial 215/328

WHITTAKER, Maria widow Pt Broughton [Mrs William Whittaker nee M DOWLING] 1892 Grant Book 15 Page 46 County Daly

No 1

WHITTAKER, William Richard farmer Pt Broughton 1887 Memorial 237/381

WHITTAKER, William Richard farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee Institute Pt Broughton 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

WHITTAM, AD bank clerk Adelaide 1901 Memorial 47/442

No 1

WHITTAM, William ironmonger Adelaide (Rundle St) 1850[-1857] Memorial 355/27

WHITTAM, William ironmonger North Kensington 1861[-1869] Application 2280, Memorial 140/238

No 1

WHITTELL, Henry Lloyd solicitor Adelaide 1882 Application 20720

WHITTELL, H Lloyd clerk to AG DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1905 Memorial 191/452

No 1

WHITTELL, Horatio Thomas medical practitioner Adelaide Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 440 County Victoria

WHITTELL, Horatio Thomas Doctor of Medicine Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Henry Lloyd WHITTELL of Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/5/1879 Deposit 240/1879

WHITTELL, Horatio Thomas medical practitioner Aston Vale New Glenelg 1883 Memorial 111/353

WHITTELL, Horatio Thomas doctor Adelaide 1891 Memorial 168/409

WHITTELL, Uriah of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1876 Application 15341

WHITTENBURY, Arnold Mooe optician Kensington 1922 Application 27061

WHITTENBURY, Benjamin of Norwood 1867 Application 8096

WHITTENBURY, Hannah no description died 26/9/1901. She had owned land at Thebarton since 1892. Mother of Arthur HISKEY butcher Narridy and Harold Hiskey no description Memorial 145/445

No 1 – probably the same person

WHITTING, James farmer Mt Templeton 1884 Memorial 48/357

WHITTING, James farm labourer Mundoora. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

WHITTING, James farmer Clement Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

WHITTING, William farmer Snowtown Co Daly. Hundred of Everard land grant 1888 Grant Book 56 Page 397 County Stanley

No 1

WHITTING, William Henry sheepfarmer Barrier Ranges 1875[-1877] Memorial 80/288

WHITTING, William Henry stockholder Mundi Mundi 1879 Memorial 1/320

WHITTING, William Henry sheep farmer Barrier Range 1880 Memorial 225/322

WHITTINGHAM, George and John merchants and stockholders 595 Little Collins St, Melbourne Vic and Alton Downs Station in SA 1892 Memorial 195/413

WHITTINGTON, George Ball Casswell carpenter Glenelg 1855[-1856] Memorial 493/90

WHITTLE, Albert Thomas farmer Emu Bay Kangaroo Island. Emu Bay (Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1909[-1912] Grant Book 11 Page 51 County Carnarvon

WHITTLE, Charles gentleman, formerly hotelkeeper Kingston Mt Gambier, late of 8 Brighton St, St Paul’s, Bristol and Court House, South Petherton, Somerset, England, died 15/2/1882. His executor Robert NEILSON stay manufacturer Bristol, gave power of attorney to JB RIDINGS manager of the ES & A Bank, Mt Gambier, to sell the estate and wind up business 1/7/1882 Deposit 204/1882

No 1

WHITTLE, Charles Cheesman and Uriah Cheesman farmers Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 337/14

WHITTLE, Charles Cheesman farmer Mitcham 1854 Memorial 12/72

WHITTLE, Charles Cheesman land owner Brownhill Creek 1863[-1866] Memorial 63/189

WHITTLE, Charles Cheesman farmer Brownhill Creek and Frances Whittle his wife 1865. CC Whittle died 20/7/1872 Brownhill Creek Memorials 148 & 149/265

WHITTLE, Charles Cheeseman farmer Brownhill Creek, died 20/7/1872. His widow, Frances Whittle, still remained there in 1881 Memorial 53/336

WHITTLE, Frances widow Brownhill Creek 1874[-1880] Memorial 23/277

WHITTLE, Frances widow of the late Charles Whittle (formerly gardener Mitcham but now deceased), died 4/8/1895, of senile decay, aged 93 Application 26198

WHITTLE, Charles George Thomas gentleman Crafers 1914 Application 26305

WHITTLE, David Thomas farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1899 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

WHITTLE, Friend Cleggett farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 52 County Chandos

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WHITTLE, Harry Herbert farmer Baroota 1894 Memorial 99/422

WHITTLE, Harry Herbert farmer and grazier Pinnaroo Co Chandos. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1911[-1913] Grant Book 6 Page 34 County Buccleuch

WHITTLE, HH out of business Middleton 1921 Application 27001

WHITTLE, Henry butcher Kensington 1852[-1853] Memorial 450/44

WHITTLE, Hubert Victor Clarence accountant Petersburg and Sarah Alfreda Thomasin Whittle spinster Baroota linked with the late Uriah Cheeseman Whittle formerly farmer Baroota now deceased 1896 Memorial 89/427

No 1

WHITTLE, Isabella widow North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 214/147

WHITTLE, Isabella widow North Adelaide. Mother to John Whittle and Anna SORRELL. Grandmother to Isabella Whittle, Thomas Whittle and Alice Petrie Whittle 1868 Memorial 225/234

WHITTLE, Jane widow Tam O'Shanter Belt 1875 Memorial 49/280

No 1

WHITTLE, John mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 334/77

WHITTLE, John mechanic Adelaide 1856 Memorial 3/111

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

WHITTLE, John farmer Glynde 1857 Memorial 117/120

WHITTLE, John gentleman Glynde 1863[-1866] Memorial 215/188

No 1

WHITTLE, Sarah Alfreda Thomasina spinster Baroota 1887[-1896] Memorial 52/384

WHITTLE, Sarah Alfreda Thomasin spinster Baroota. Hundred of Baroota land grant 1896 Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

No 1

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852[-1875] Memorial 25/41, Application 14166

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman farmer Baroota 1881 Memorial 200/333

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman farmer formerly of Tom O'Shanter Belt 1875 but now of Baroota 1882 Applications 14168 & 19029

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman farmer Hundred of Baroota. Sarah Alfreda Thomasina Whittle named but not described 1887 Memorial 32/389

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman gentleman New Glenelg, died 12/11/1893. Executor; Hubert Victor Clarence Whittle accountant Petersburg 1903 Memorial 113/448

WHITTLE, Uriah Cheeseman farmer Baroota, had died by 1902. Executors – Henry Oswald TAYLOR warehouseman Goodwood and Hubert Victor Clarence Whittle accountant Petersburg Grant Book 24 Page 702 County Frome

No 1

WHITTLE, William blacksmith formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Tam O'Shanter Belt 1845 Application 17463

WHITTLE, William farmer Section 399 Survey B 1854[-1858] Memorial 102/71

WHITTLE, William farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt, died 1874/1875. He left his entire estate to his wife, Jane Whittle Memorial 160/279

No 2

WHITTLE, William workman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 348/72

WHITTLE, William engineer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 253/90

WHITTLE, William wheelwright Gumeracha 1855[-1857] Memorial 132/92

WHITTLE, William carriage builder Prospect, died c1868. He left his entire estate to his unnamed wife Memorial 19/229

WHITTLE, W of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 22/392

WHITTLESEA, Alfred farmer Salisbury 1900 Memorial 139/440 

No 1

WHITTLESEA, Arthur William butcher Salisbury 1909 Memorial 58/462

WHITTLESEA, Arthur formerly butcher Salisbury 1898 now out of business Salisbury, aged 69 in 1922. Linked with William Phillips Whittlesea and Herbert William Whittlesea butchers Salisbury Application 27094

WHITTLESEA, Arthur William general storekeeper Salisbury 1923 Application 27224

WHITTLESEA, Arthur William gentleman Salisbury, aged 73 in 1927, declared that he had lived in Salisbury all his life Application 27514

WHITTLESEA, Arthur William out of business Salisbury, died c1928. Executors; Herbert William Whittlesea butcher Salisbury and William Phillips Whittlesea gardener Salisbury Memorial 13/500

WHITTLESEA, Beatrice Mary spinster Salisbury 1948 Application 28634

No 1

WHITTLESEA, Edwin and Reuben John farmer Salisbury 1909[-1910]. Linked with Edith Whittlesea, Ida Maud Whittlesea and Louisa Whittlesea spinsters Salisbury. Their mother, Mary Whittlesea, died 15/9/1905 Memorials 38 & 94/462

WHITTLESEA, Edwin, and Reuben John farmers, and WHITTLESEA, Louisa, Edith and Ida Mau spinsters all of Salisbury 1920 Application 26866

No 1

WHITTLESEA, Herbert W butcher Salisbury 1923 Memorial 111/487

WHITTLESEA, Herbert William butcher Salisbury linked with William Phillips Whittlesea gardener Salisbury and Beatrice Mary Whittlesea spinster Salisbury 1943 Memorial 17a/517

WHITTLESEA, William farmer near Salisbury 1881[-1890] Memorial 113/331

WHITTLESEA, William Phillips gardener Salisbury 1931, served in active service with the AIF between July 1916-September 1919. He was a brother to Herbert William Whittlesea butcher Salisbury Application 27853

WHITTON, Mervyn Moss clerk in holy orders Edithburgh 1884 Memorial 84/358

WHITTY, JJ clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1859 Memorial 335/156

WHITWELL, Joseph labourer Stirling East 1920 Application 26917

WHITWELL, William labourer Pt Adelaide and Catherine Whitwell his wife 1895 Application 22984

WHITWELL, William Charles labourer Stirling East 1903 Application 24598

No 1

WHITWORTH, Henry mason Lindsay House Cottage near Angaston 1855 Memorial 92/93

WHITWORTH, Henry mason Angaston 1855[-1858] Memorial 343/94

WHITWORTH, Henry mason Mildred St Victoria township near Kapunda 1859 Application 943

WHORRALL, Charles Wall licensed victualler Nelson's Victory Inn no township stated 1855 Memorial 320/89

WHYATT, George Duck timber merchant Mt Gambier 1878 Application 16626

WHYBORN, David John cerk Peterhead 1898 Application 23746

WHYLIE, Frederick William shoemaker Auburn 1855 Memorial 439/84

No 1

WHYTE, Archibald gentleman Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 223/127

WHYTE, Archibald merchant Adelaide 1861 Memorial 468/179

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WHYTE, FW clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 123/344

WHYTE, Frank William gentleman Kooringa 1894 Memorial 124/423

WHYTE, Frank William 33 station manager Glenelg Father; William Whyte married Elizabeth Armstrong SCOTT 27 spinster Braefoot [probably near Clare] Father; Henry Scott, on 23/7/1896 Henry Scott's residence Braefoot. Minister; WR MILNE. Witnesses; WE HODGE clerk Norwood and Effie Jean Scott of Braefoot Memorial 191/438

No 1

WHYTE, George plasterer Stockport 1872 Application 11978

WHYTE, George plasterer Stockport 1897 Application 23472

WHYTE, Henry painter Adelaide 1850[-1854] Memorial 263/25

No 1

WHYTE, Isabella widow Mitcham 1851 Memorial 295/35

WHYTE, Isabella widow formerly of Mitcham but now of Kensington 1854 Memorial 353/68

WHYTE, Isabella widow Kensington 1873[-1878] Memorial 20/268

WHYTE, Isabella widow Pt Victor 1881[-1888] Memorial 57/332

No 1

WHYTE, James Lilburn stockholder and agricultural farmer Mt Crawford 1852[-1855] Memorial 249/58

WHYTE, James farmer Mt Crawford, power of attorney to Edward STIRLING Esquire Strathalbyn, to manage his SA business affairs 16/4/1855 Deposit 296/1855

WHYTE, James Thomas farmer Cleve. Franklin Harbour trustee Institute Cleve Cleve (Hundred of Yadnarie) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 39 Page 89 County Jervois

WHYTE, Jessy spinster Pt Victor 1899 Memorial 193/438

No 1

WHYTE, John merchant Adelaide 1841 Memorial 66/118

WHYTE, John farmer Cherry Gardens 1846[-1854] Memorial 95/6 Clarendon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 31/78

WHYTE, John bachelor farmer Cherry Gardens 35 in SA 8 years m 29/8/1849 James BAINS' residence Morphett Vale, Mary TERRY widow Cherry Gardens 35 in SA 6 years [nee MITCHELL of Alfriston, Sussex, England formerly the widow of Alfred TERRY carpenter Willington, Sussex and later Adelaide and elsewhere in SA. Mother of Alfred Terry. Sister to Martha MCDONALD wife of William John McDonald baker Auburn 1888] Application 21364

WHYTE, John farmer Cherry Gardens linked with William Whyte merchant Adelaide 1869 Memorial 168/236

Whyte, John formerly merchant Adelaide later farmer Cherry Gardens, died 28/6/1871. Whyte was buried at Clarendon. William Bindley WEBB solicitor Pt Adelaide 1888, stated that he knew John Whyte intimately for 14 years before his unregistered death. 'I saw the dead body of the said John Whyte and was present at his burial' Application 21364

WHYTE, John merchant Adelaide 1841 John Whyte farmer Cherry Gardens died 28/6/1871. He hoped that his brother, Thomas Whyte, would continue to live on amicable terms with the testator’s wife, but if they could not live happily together, she was to pay Thomas Whyte £40 a year for the rest of his life. However, Thomas Whyte lived with his sister-in-law happily until within a few days of his death, when he went into the Adelaide Hospital, to die there 9/1/1880, from a shock to the system as a result of an accident, aged 72. He was buried at Clarendon. Susan BLACK of Newmarket Vic was a sister to John Whyte, who left her £50 in his will to be paid after the death of his wife, Mary Whyte. Application 21364

WHYTE, John farmer Cherry Gardens, died 28/6/1871 at Adelaide Hospital, of a shock to the system following an accident. His £200 estate to his wife, Mary Whyte. He hoped that his brother, Thomas Whyte, 'should continue to live with my wife on agreeable and amicable terms, but in case this was not found convenient to both parties concerned', the brother was to get £40 a year for life from Mrs Mary Whyte and her heirs. [Thomas Whyte farmer Cherry Gardens, died 9/1/1880, from a shock to the system as a result of an accident, aged 71] John Whyte's sister, Susan BLACK 'now living in Victoria', a single payment of £50. Mary Whyte widow Unley Park, died 21/7/1887 intestate. Estate worth £650. Her son, Alfred TERRY contractor Unley Park, took out letters of administration to settle the estate Application 26266

WHYTE, Mary widow Cherry Gardens relict of the late John Whyte formerly farmer Cherry Gardens but now deceased 1873[-1887] Memorial 35/271

Whyte, Mary widow Unley relict of the late John Whyte farmer Clarendon, died 21/7/1887 Unley, of lung congestion, aged 76 Application 21364

WHYTE, Mary widow Unley Park, died 21/7/1887 intestate. Letters of administration to her son, Alfred TERRY contractor Unley Park, to settle her estate Application 14851

No 2

WHYTE, John merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1860 Memorial 158/168

WHYTE, John merchant Somerton linked with William Whyte merchant Glenelg 1870 Memorial 212/246

WHYTE, John merchant Somerton, died 16/2/1902. Husband of Louisa Whyte, who died 16/1/1907. Uncle to Mary Jane BAKEWELL spinster Somerton. Frank William Whyte sheepfarmer Carrieton was connected with this family. Also - Margaret LAUGHTON, wife of Harry Laughton stock and station agent Adelaide, Elizabeth Agnes Whyte spinster Crafers, Effie Whyte spinster Crafers, Julia Counsell Bakewell spinster Stirling West, James Counsell accountant Adelaide, Mary Louisa KYTE wife of the Rev'd Thomas Kyte minister of the gospel Stirling West and Ann COUNSELL widow Memorial 128/446

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WHYTE, John stockholder Adelaide 1880 Memorial 157/326

WHYTE, John sheep farmer Jamestown 1884 Memorial 116/357

No 1

WHYTE, John Verco farmer Rapid Bay 1890 Memorial 220/402

WHYTE, John Verco pastoralist Blinman. Trustee Institute Blinman Hundred of Carr land grant 1908 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

WHYTE, Morris storekeeper Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 475/29

WHYTE, Peter formerly of Sheffield, Yorks, England but now of Wellington Square, North Adelaide. Father of William Leslie Whyte merchant Adelaide. John Whyte JP mentioned but not described 1888 Memorial 250/390

No 1

WHYTE, Robert merchant Houndsditch, London, Middlesex, England, purchased the remainder of a lease over premises on Town Acre 80 Rundle St, Adelaide from William BUIK ironmonger Adelaide 1851 Memorial 372/38

WHYTE, Robert gentleman, formerly of 22 Houndsditch, London, but now of Duke St, Aldgate, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to John ROGERSON now of Duke St, but about to proceed to SA, to manage his SA business affairs of the firm of Robert WHYTE & Co, of Adelaide, carried on until now in partnership with William Christie BUICK/BUIK. WC Buick to be cast from the affairs of the company, and money he owed to be recovered. The real estate to be sold ahd the firm wound up 9/4/1856 Deposit 322/OA

No 1

WHYTE, William grocer Adelaide 1861 Memorial 112/180

WHYTE, William merchant Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to John WHYTE merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 24/11/1863 Deposit 108/1865

WHYTE, William, John Whyte and James COUNSELL merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Whyte, Counsell & Co, in leased premises Rundle St, Adelaide, formerly the store of Samuel BAKEWELL grocer Adelaide 1878 Memorial 48/325

WHYTE, William, John Whyte and James COUNSELL merchants Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Whyte, Counsell & Co, took a 7-year lease of No 1 Store being one of three stores built by and belonging to William BLACKLER, next to the Port Admiral Hotel and fronting St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide [William Henry CHARNOCK no description had leased the premises previously] 1883 Memorial 26/353

WHYTE, William, in partnership with William Rendall CAVE, in pastoral leases covering 700 square miles north-east of Lake Eyre and 400 square miles north of Lake Eyre. Whyte sold his interest to his partner for £10 1885 Memorial 72/372

No 1

WHYTE, Stanley Peter commercial traveller Adelaide 1910 Memorial 62/462

WHYTE, Stanley Peter formerly commercial traveller Adelaide but now land salesman Perth WA 1926 Memorial 41/495

WHYTE, W JP of Bullaparinga 1908 Memorial 208/458

WHYTE, William shoemaker Finniss Vale 1860 Application 1869

WHYTLAW, Matthew Esquire Glasgow, Scotland, bought land grant Section 622 Survey B on 5/7/1839, for £80. Husband of Elizabeth Bell Whytlaw. The Whytlaws emigrated to Sydney NSW, where they sold their SA land in 1841 (James FREW the local agent) to Samuel MYLES doctor Adelaide. Husband of Eliza Myles. The Myleses lived at Morphett Vale in 1844. Application 3153

WIADROWSKI, Anton von farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1913 Grant Book 11 Page 69 County Carnarvon

WICHELLOW, Nathaniel farmer Mintaro 1852[-1859] Memorial 156/43

No 1

WICHMANN, Adolph draper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 160/32

WICHMANN, Adolph storekeeper Tanunda 1852[-1859] Memorial 9/40

WICHMANN, Adolph formerly storekeeper Tanunda 1859 but now of parts beyond the seas 1877 Application 16381

No 1 - likely to be a continuation of the previous entry

WICHMANN, Adolph Daniel Conrad storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 156/32

WICHMANN, Adolph Daniel Conrad storekeeper Tanunda on the Gawler River in Angas Park 1853 Memorial 372/51

WICHMANN, Adolph and Adolph Daniel Conrad formerly of Tanunda but now of the Cape of Good Hope 1860 Memorial 78/208

WICHMANN, Adolph Daniel Conrad late of Tanunda, but now of the Cape of Good Hope, power of attorney to Carl Anton Rudolph von BERTOUCH agent Tanunda, to manage his SA business affairs 17/4/1860 Deposit 82/1863

WICKENS, George Alexander grocer Clare Co Stanley. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 431 County Victoria

No 1

WICKS, Thomas Benjamin farmer Minlacowie trustee Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

WICKS, Thomas Benjamin miller Second Valley Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 254 County Fergusson

No 1

WICKS, William Joseph farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

WICKS, William Joseph farmer Rapid Bay Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

WICKS, William Joseph farmer Troubridge Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 313 County Fergusson

WICKSTEED, Frederic accountant Palmer Place, North Adelaide, died 14/5/1877, of fatty degeneration of the heart, aged 63. Frederick Downs the undertaker Deposit 123/1877

WICHMANN, Friedrich farmer Rosenthal 1862 Application 2962

No 1

WICKENS, Henry R clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1864 Memorial 20/201

WICKINS, Henry R clerk to JJ STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide 1872[-1874] Memorial 99/259

WICKENS, May Victoria Myrtle married woman 99 Hackney Road, Hackney 1937 Memorial 170/510

WICKENS, Walter Henry accountant Blackwood 1902 Memorial 50/446

WICKENWERDER, Carl Christian Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 495/40

WICKER, George hairdresser North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 210/302

WICKER, Joshua tailor North Adelaide 1854[-1889] Memorial 282/76

WICKERT, Oscar farmer Allendale North 1927 Application 27556

No 1

WICKES, Edward Walter Esquire Adelaide 1846 Memorial 206/7

WICKES, Edward Walter Esquire Rundle St, Adelaide. Director Greenock Creek Mining Company 1847 Memorial 14/9

WICKES, Edward Walter gentleman South Adelaide 1856 Memorial 208/100

WICKES, Edward Walter gentleman North Adelaide 1861 Memorial 193/179

WICKHAM, Behreen Philip splitter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 345/72

No 1

WICKHAM, Benjamin publican Adelaide 1838 Memorial 25/2

WICKHAM, Benjamin farmer formerly of Shepton Mallett, Somerset, England but now of Adelaide 1839[-1842] Memorial 22/2

WICKHAM, Benjamin farmer Wickham Park near Willunga 1853 Memorial 444/51

WICKHAM, Benjamin Esquire Wickham Park near Willunga, died c1875. To his son Daniel Wickham, sections of land for his lifetime, and £100 to build a house on some of this land; money and sections of land in trust to his daughter, Lucy WILLOWES of Melbourne Vic during her lifetime, land to his daughters Sarah SAYERS and Eliza JOHNSTON of Melbourne Vic absolutely. Tabitha Matilda Wickham, daughter of Daniel Wickham farmer McLaren Vale and Eliza Caroline nee HOBBS, born 27/4/1860, to inherit her father’s trust land after his death; John Willowes of Melbourne Vic to inherit his mother’s trust land after her death. The remainder of Benjamin Wickham’s estate to his wife, Mary Ann Wickham absolutely 1881 Application 18530

WICKHAM, Mary Ann widow Wickham Park near Kangarilla 1876 Application 15078

WICKHAM, Catherine widow Mt Lofty 1880 Memorial 24/326

No 1

WICKHAM, Daniel gentleman Wickham Hill 1891 Memorial 28/409

WICKHAM, Daniel gentleman Wickham Hill near Kangarilla linked with George SAUERBIER grazier Wickham Park 1898 Memorial 157/436

WICKHAM, Daniel gentleman formerly of Wickham Hill but now of Park Tce, Parkside 1906[-1907] Memorial 207/454

WICKHAM, Daniel gentleman Parkside linked with Walter Horace Wickham farmer Kangarilla 1906 Memorial 219/455

WICKHAM, Daniel farmer McLaren Vale 1907 Application 25316

WICKHAM, Daniel formerly farmer Kangarilla but then of Unley Park, died 10/10/1911. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza Caroline Wickham. Estate worth £1200. The Wickhams married on 14/1/1857. Their family consisted of: Tabitha Matilda THORPE, Lucy Barnfield WARNER, Benjamin Wickham, Ernest Mathew Wickham, Walter Horace Wickham, Florence ay PIKE, Beatrice Marian CLARKE, Maude Amelia EADES Application 26870

WICKHAM, Eliza Caroline of Unley 1918 Memorial 190/476

No 1

WICKHAM, Edward Henry storekeeper Parnaroo. Lancelot (Hundred of Gumbowie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 63 County Kimberley

WICKHAM, Edward Henry storekeeper Parnaroo Co Kimberley. Carrieton (Hundred of Eurelia) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 299 County Dalhousie

WICKHAM, Edward Henry storekeeper Nackara Co Herbert 1886[-1892] Memorial 62/377

WICKHAM, Edward Henry storekeeper Nackara. Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890[-1891] Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

WICKHAM, Eliza spinster Adelaide 1853 Memorial 182/58

WICKHAM, Lucy spinster Adelaide 1845 Memorial 209/5

WICKHAM, Matthew farmer McLaren Flat. Trustee Methodist Church McLaren Flat 1917 Memorial 116/475

No 1

WICKHAM, Philip splitter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 52/72

WICKHAM, Philip farmer Cox Creek 1854[-1866] Memorial 246/69

WICKHAM, Philip farmer New Tiers 1858 Memorial 314/146

No 1

WICKHAM, Stanley Walter clerk Clarence Park and Lena Munro Wickham his wife 1916 Application 26514.

WICKHAM, Stanley Walter formerly clerk 19 Bradford St, Prospect but now farmer Morphett Vale 1954 Memorial 31/530

WICKHAM, Thomas engineman formerly of Princes St, Solomontown but now of 20 Cuming St, Mile End 1926 Application 27441

No 1

WICKHAM, Thomas Richard butcher Reynella 1909 Memorial 24/462

WICKHAM, Thomas Richard vigneron O'Halloran Hill 1914 Application 26255

WICKHAM, Thomas Richard vigneron O'Halloran Hill, died 29/8/1949 (in business partnership with Richard Sydney CANDY of O'Halloran Hill). Brother of James Edwin Wickham, George Wickham and Edward Henry Wickham. Uncle of Jack Wickham of O'Halloran Hill; also Alice KENIHAN and Thomas LEMON (children of the late Margaret Lemon), Joyce BROOKE (daughter of the late Alice Mary PROUDMAN) Memorial 182/525

WICKHAM, Walter Horace farmer Kangarilla linked with Eliza Caroline Wickham widow Unley Park 1912 Memorial 86/466

No 1

WICKHAM, William shoemaker Walkerville 1851 Memorial 144/37

WICKHAM, William shoemaker formerly of Walkerville but now of Flemington Vic 1855 Memorial 442/93

WICKINS, Henry R clerk to Messrs BAKEWELL & SCOTT solicitors Adelaide 1866 Memorial 16/218

No 1

WICKLEIN, Otto Ludwig Leopold watchmaker Kooringa and Ada Wicklein his wife 1910[-1912] Memorial 113/463

WICKLEIN, Otto Ludwig Leopold jeweller Kooringa 1916 Application 26528

WICKLEIN, Otto Ludwig Leopold watchmaker Kooringa 1920 Application 26930

WICKS, Arthur Thomas farmer Weetulta 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

WICKS, Frederick Trevenen fruitgrower Henley Beach linked with Henry Wicks nurseryman Felixstow 1918 Memorial 164/477

No 1

WICKS, Henry nurseryman Riverside Nursery Payneham 1895[-1921] Memorial 148/424, Application 23215

WICKS, Henry fruitgrower Riverside Payneham, died 25/6/1939 Memorial 19/514

No 1

WICKS, James labourer Pt Elliot 1854[-1859] Memorial 42/69

No 2

WICKS, James labourer Steventon 1863 Application 4675

WICKS, James licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully 1873 Memorial 70/270

WICKS, James licensed victualler Tea Tree Gully and Rebecca Wicks his wife formerly Rebecca nee MILLAR 1876 Memorial 159/292

WICKS, James labourer Tea Tree Gully 1888 Memorial 152/391

No 3

WICKS, James of Southwark 1919 Memorial 65/497

WICKS, Thomas Benjamin farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

WICKS, Thomas Ruthven farmer Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

WICKS, Walter Henry farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

No 1

WICKS, William labourer formerly of the Pine Forest 1843 but now of Hindmarsh 1848 Application 18766

WICKS, William labourer Hindmarsh 1851[-1854] Memorial 106/34

WICKS, William bricklayer Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 120/98

WICKS, WIlliam formerly of Horsley, Glos, England but late of Hindmarsh, died c1860, He left his whole estate in trust to his unnamed wife for life then to his surviving brothers and sisters [and the descendants of any deceased] in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: George SHEARING the Younger and Samuel WIDOW both of Hindmarsh Memorial 327/163

WICKS, William labourer Hindmarsh, died 22/10/1859, of brain disease, aged 41. A mason from Newmarket in Horsley parish, Glos, England. He left his whole estate in trust for his wife, Emma Wicks, during her lifetime, which then had to be sold and distributed in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his brothers and sisters, the children of deceased brothers and sisters taking only their deceased parent's share. His widow, Emma Wicks, remarried to Isaac Brown fellmonger Chapman St, Hindmarsh. Again a widow, she died 30/1916, of senility and cardiac failure, aged 79. Born in Glos, England, Emma Brown emigrated to SA as a babe in arms. Married at 23 years. 1 son, 2 daughters living. 4 sons and 3 daughters deceased. Thomas Benjamin Wicks retired farmer Kingswood gave some of the above information 1918 Application 26651

WICKSTEED, Andrew McIntyre merchant's clerk North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 63/307

No 1

WICKSTEED, Frederic clerk to John BAKER merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1842 Memorial 368/2

WICKSTEED, Frederic gentleman Adelaide about to marry Emma KELL spinster Willunga daughter of Thomas Smith Kell sheep farmer Willunga 1847 Memorial 226/271

WICKSTEED, Frederic auctioneer Glenelg 1857 Memorial 329/124

WICKSTEED, Frederic accountant Mt Barker 1868 Memorial 21/228

WICKSTEED, Frederic registrar to the Bishop of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 190/240

WICKSTEED, Frederic accountant Palmer Place, North Adelaide, died 14/5/1877, of fatty degeneration of the heart, aged 63. Frederick Downs the undertaker Deposit 123/1877

WICKSTEED, HK clerk to F Wicksteed agent Adelaide 1864 Memorial 43/200

WICKSTEED, J Frederick accountant National Bank of Australasia Mt Barker 1869 Memorial 90/238

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WICKSTEED, Lionel S clerk to Frederic Wicksteed agent and accountant Adelaide (Leigh St) 1873 Memorials 77 & 92/270

WICKSTEED, Lionel Swanwick clerk Adelaide 1877 Application 15860

WICKSTEED, Lionel licensed landbroker Adelaide 1877 Memorial 15/301

WICKSTEED, Lionel of Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 179/304

WICKSTEED, Lionel S land agent Adelaide 1880 Memorial 238/327

No 1

WICKSTEED, Tylston Charles agent Adelaide, about to leave the province for a considerable period, power of attorney to Lionel Swanwick WICKSTEED merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 2/8/1883 Deposit 205/1883

WICKSTEED, Tylston Charles agent Adelaide 1885 Application 20461

WICKSTEED, William clerk to John BAKER Adelaide 1842 Memorial 368/2

No 1

WICKSTEED, William Polhill, Henry Strype ANTHONY, and Andrew McINTYRE brewers Adelaide Brewery Pirie St, Adelaide, in partnership as Syme & Sisson, power of attorney to each other in times when any one partner cannot attend personally to his business 9/2/1883 Deposit 33/1883

WICKSTEED, WP; commission merchant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 42/455 

WICKTIM, William potato grower Bonney Flat [near Balhannah] 1856[-1857] Memorial 334/128, Application 26740

No 1

WIDDICOMBE, Henry of Kadina 1882 Memorial 186/338

WIDDICOMBE, Henry miner Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 242 County Daly

WIDDICOMBE, Henry farmer Greens Plains West 1896[-1902] Memorial 11/427

WIDDICOMBE, Henry farmer Greens Plains West. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1903 Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

No 1

WIDDOP, FC storekeeper Queenstown 1874 Application 13775

WIDDOP, Frederick Charles storekeeper Portland Estate 1879[-1883] Memorial 129/318

WIDDOP, Frederick Charles storekeeper Portland Ward, Pt Adelaide 1892 Application 22203

WIDDOP, Frederick Charles storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1900 Application 24075

WIDGER, Michael contractor Gawler 1862[-1863] Memorial 39/191

No 1

WIDGERY, John clerk Norwood 1851[-1852] Memorial 263/35

WIDGERY, John solicitor Melbourne Vic, died c1867. His estate to his widow, Sophia Widgery, later widow Caufield Vic 1874. She testified that her husband had bought land on the main road to Magill, in Norwood 1852. Mrs Widgery took the deeds to this property with her to Hobsen's Bay, where she landed from the barque Athenian on 5/5/1852. Before she could get to the wharf to collect her trunks, the trunk containing the deed became lost in transshipment from the boat to shore; someone had taken the wrong trunk, and she got a trunk which did not belong to her Application 13518

WIDGERY, Sophia widow Caulfield near Melbourne Vic 1874 relict of the late John Widgery Application 13518

No 1

WIEBRECHT, Friedrich blacksmith Blumberg 1867 Application 8120

WIEBRECHT, Johannes Friedrich farmer Angas Valley. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

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

No 1

WIECH, Franz Heinrich farmer Gumbowie 1897 Memorial 33/433

WIECH, Franz Heinrich farmer Gumbowie. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

WIECHERS, Gustav German Interpreter Adelaide 1851 Memorial 134/38

WIECHMANN, Friedrich farmer Gawler 1854[-1857] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 121/69

No 1

WIECK, Franz Heinrich farmer Waterloo 1888 Memorial 95/390

WIECK, Franz Heinrich farmer Gumbowie 1897 Memorial 33/433

No 1

WIEDEMANN, Wilhelm innkeeper Mt Barker 1878 Memorial 168/308

WIEDEMANN, Wilhelm out of business Norwood took over the lease of land and premises formerly used as a livery stable business in Pirie St, Adelaide 1897 Memorial 124/433

WIELAND, Anna Louise widow Adelaide 1880 Memorial 154/326

WIELAND, Thomas clerk to W Villeneuve SMITH solicitor Adelaide 1884 Memorial 67/362

WIELAND, Thomas Steeden publican Adelaide (Tattersalls Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 227/315

WIENCKE, Angus Norman farmer Cambrai 1954 Memorial 55/529

No 1

WIENCKE, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Eden Valley Hundred of Bagot land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

No 2

WIENCKE, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm the Younger labourer Rhine Villa. Hundred of Angas land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

WIENER, Emielie Henriette widow Arthur St, Unley 1919, declared that she had lived in Unley for at least 50 years Application 27818

No 1

WIENER, Robert confectioner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 338/60

WIENER, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 158/70

WIENER, Robert publican Tanunda 1855[-1860] Memorial 321/80

WIENER, Robert licensed victualler Nuriootpa 1861 Application 2529.

WIENER, Robert publican formerly of Tanunda 1855 but now of Nuriootpa 1862 Application 3453

WIENER, Robert gentleman Nuriootpa 1865 Application 6154

WIENER, Robert cornfactor Nuriootpa 1869 Memorial 23/243

WIESE, Alfred carpenter Stirling linked with Hermann Wiese linesman Mt Barker 1940[-1947] Memorial 130/515

No 1

WIESE, August Gottfried Friedrich farmer Lake Plains linked with Friedrich Wilhelm Wiese farmer Bugle Ranges 1871 Memorial 93/257

WIESE, August Gottfried farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1874 Grant Book 7 Page 3 County Buckingham

WIESE, August Gottfried Friedrich farmer Lake Plains Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1882 Grant Book 7 Page 11 County Buckingham

WIESE, Maria widow Tatiara relict of the late August Gottfrield Friedrich Wiese farmer Tatiara 1897 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

WIESE, Carl blacksmith Hilton 1906 Application 25155

WIESE, Carl Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1877 Grant Book 7 Page 5 County Buckingham

WIESE, Claus Heinrich farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5022

No 1

WIESE, Friedrich of Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 317/54

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Hahndorf 1864 Memorial 34/200

WIESE, Friedrich blacksmith Mt Barker 1871 Memorial 32/254

No 1 - perhaps the same person; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WIESE, Friedrich of Pt Adelaide 1866 Memorial 190/210

WIESE, Friedrich Heinrich Adolph hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3768.

WIESE, Friedrich Heinrich Adolph gentleman Belmore Tce, Woodville 1899 Application 23894.

WIESE, Friedrich Heinrich formerly hairdresser but now out of business Pt Adelaide 1910 Application 25815.

WIESE, Friedrich Heinrich Adolph formerly hairdresser Commercial Rd, Pt Adelaide now out of business Woodville, died 31/5/1913. His widow, Wilhelmine Wiese, died 11/6/1915 Belmore Tce, Woodville, of morbus cordis and senile decay, aged 84. Born in Germany, she had been in SA for 60 years. She married aged 25. 1 son and 1 daughter living; 3 sons deceased. Following his wife's life interest, FHA Wiese left part of his estate to his daughter, Emma Minna SMYTHE married woman Belmore Tce, Woodville, in trust for life, then to her two daughters, Gertrude Minna and Constance Ruby Smythe, absolutely. The testator's son, Friedrich Wilhelm Adolph Wiese [apparently a bachelor], inherited the bulk of the estate. He died 29/11/1930, leaving his estate to his sister, Emma Minna Smythe. Emily Dorothea PAVY, a solicitor with the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide, had charge of the Wiese Estate Application 27868

WIESE, Friedrich Heinrich Adolph hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1858[-1883] Memorial 230/140

WIESE, Friedrich Wilhelm Adolph out of business Belmore Tce, Woodville, died 29/12/1930 Memorial 134/505

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WIESE, Frederick farmer Bugle Ranges 1855 Memorial 379/92

WIESE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Bugle Ranges 1856[-1867] Memorial 282/110

No 1

WIESE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Blyth Scrub 1887 Memorial 231/382

WIESE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm of Blyth Hundred of Blyth 1892 Memorial 74/414

WIESE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Blyth Scrub 1894 Memorial 4/421

WIESE, Max jeweller Happy Valley and Lydia Wiese his wife 1894 Application 22666

No 1

WIESE, Wilhelm Ernst machinist Adelaide 1866 Memorial 56/218

WIESE, Ernst coachbuilder Adelaide (Gouger St), died 25/6/1885. Husband of Eliza Victoria Wiese. Executors; Charles NOBBS carpenter Adelaide and Heinrich JAHN licensed victualler Adelaide Memorial 70/368

No 1

WIESEMEYER, Christian of Gawler West 1860 Memorial 151/167

WIESEMEYER, Christian of Robert St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 229/289

WIESEMEYER, Christian railway employee Hackney 1882 Memorial 21/340

WIESEMEYER, Johann Christian gentleman Adelaide 1886 Memorial 194/375

WIESEMEYER, Heinrich Christian Friedrich Ferdinand of Robert St, Adelaide 1893 Application 22417

No 1

WIESENDANGER, H painter Adelaide (Pirie St) 1857 Memorial 268/121

WIESENDANGER, Heinrich painter Adelaide 1860 Memorial 56/165

No 1 - Wilhelm Wiesner the Elder

WIESNER, August Wilhelm yeoman Tanunda 1851 Memorial 401/35

WIESNER, August Wilhelm blacksmith Tanunda 1851. Husband of Amalia Wiesner 1869 Application 9962

WIESNER, Wilhelm farmer near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 8/141

WIESNER, August Wilhelm barber Tanunda, died 21/8/1869, of old age Application 9962

WIESNER, Henriette Amalie widow Tanunda 1891 Application 22087

No 2 - Wilhelm Wiesner the Younger

WIESNER, Wilhelm of Tanunda 1854 Memorial 2/73

WIESNER, Wilhelm the Younger watchmaker Tanunda 1856

Memorial 156/98

No 1

WIESNER, Johann Gottlieb blacksmtith Neukirch 1859 Application 1013

WIESNER, Johannes Gottlieb of Eudunda 1886 Memorial 145/374

WIGG, Edgar Smith bookseller Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to his son Edward Neale WIGG bookseller Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1874 Deposit 218/1880 FIND – previous history

No 1

WIGG, Frederick Horace, John Richard and Richard Horace wine and spirit merchants Adelaide 1877 Memorial 20/302

WIGG, Frederic Horace wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 3 County Eyre

WIGG, Frederic Horace merchant Adelaide trading under the style or firm of FH Wigg & Son, became a bankrupt in 1892 Memorial 133/413

WIGG, Henry Higham medical practitioner Unley and Lillie Margaret Wigg his wife 1901 Memorial 117/442

WIGG, NF Oruba spinster New Parkside 1922 Memorial 29/504

No 1

WIGG, Richard Horace of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 238/65

WIGG, Richard H of Archer St, North Adelaide 1873 Memorial 3/291

WIGG, William Edward police constable Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21232

WIGGINS, AJ JP postmaster Karoonda 1922 Memorial 17/486

No 1 - Thomas the Elder

WIGGINS, Thomas sawyer Adelaide 1838 Husband of Ann Wiggins 1841 Applications 700,16295

WIGGINS, Thomas carpenter Walkerville 1844 Memorial 349/75

WIGGINS, Thomas gardener Walkerville 1847 Memorial 274/9 Sawyer Walkerville 1848 Memorial 433/12

WIGGINS, Thomas yeoman Walkerville 1857 Memorial 227/117

WIGGINS, Ann widow of Thomas Wiggins the Elder Walkerville, and mother of Thomas Wiggins the Younger, his only son and heir at law 1849 Memorial 359/15

WIGGINS, Thomas the Elder carpenter Witney Oxon England (son of Thomas Wiggins and Sarah nee CROSS), m (1) 23/4/1825 Witney, Mary nee GREENAWAY. Their eldest and only son, Thomas Wiggins the Younger born c1827 Witney. Mary Wiggins apparently died. Thomas Wiggins the Elder m (2) 15/10/1832, Ann nee ? The family emigrated to SA c1837. Thomas Wiggins the Elder bought land at Walkerville (Acres 36 & 37). He died c1848/1849 Walkerville. Widow Ann Wiggins m (2) John CAMPBELL gardener Walkverville. Thomas Wiggins the Younger settled the Walkerville land for life upon his step-mother, and then sold it to her second husband John Campbell 1/11/1854. By 1858, when J Campbell brought the land under the RPA, Thomas Wiggins the Younger had become a farmer at Salisbury. Application 1342

No 1 -Thomas the Younger

WIGGINS, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1854 Memorial 242/68

WIGGINS, Thomas farmer Hatteford Hundred of Munno Para and Sophia Down Wiggins his wife 1854 Memorial 23/70

WIGGINS, Thomas farmer Salisbury 1858[-1876] Memorial 111/135

WIGGINS, Thomas butcher Salisbury 1883[-1899] Memorial 74/354

WIGGINS, Thomas formerly butcher now out of business Salisbury 1906, declared that he had lived in Salisbury since c1856 Application 25231

WIGGINS, Thomas formerly butcher but now out of business Salisbury 1910 Memorial 80/463
No 1

WIGGLESWORTH, Walter James vigneron The Sturt. St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton trustee 1914[-1931] Memorial 167/504

WIGGLESWORTH, Walter James vigneron The Sturt 1930 Memorial 141/503

WIGGLESWORTH, Walter James vigneron The Sturt Trustee St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton 1931, declared that he had lived at The Sturt and Belair for 40 years Application 27841

WIGHT, Albert James licensed victualler Adelaide 1887 Memorial 192/385

No 1

WIGHT, Fred Scriven bark merchant Hundred of Mt Benson 1908 Memorial 145/458

WIGHT, Fred Scriven district clerk Robe S-E 1918 Memorial 184/476

WIGHT, Frederick Scriven Clerk of the District Council of Robe 1919 Application 25919

WIGHT, Hermann Hagedorn company manager Adelaide 1910 Memorial 199/463

WIGHT, J clerk to Thomas J BROWNE solicitor Adelaide 1922 Memorial 152/516

WIGHT, Robert boxmaker Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1914 Grant Book 2 Page 33 County Adelaide

No 1

WIGHTMAN, Henry Whittle butcher Kensington 1850 Memorial 442/22 Change of spelling mentioned 1851 Memorial 499/30 Yeoman Kensington 1851 Memorial 266/33

WIGHTMAN, Henry Whittle butcher Magill 1855 Memorial 254/92

WIGHTON, David draper Kensington Park 1928 Application 27704

WIGLEY, Henry Rodolph Esquire Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 70/158

No 1

WIGLEY, Henry Vandeleur gentleman Adelaide 1888 Memorial 138/392

WIGLEY, H Vandeleur solicitor Hawker 1892 Memorial 232/414

WIGLEY, James clerk to WR Wrigley solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 208/45

No 1

WIGLEY, James Francis gentleman Glenelg 1854 Memorial 372/64

WIGLEY, James Francis gentleman, (with AYERS, Frederic agent, George Dutton GREEN land agent, and James Chapman LOVELY surveyor all of Adelaide, joint proprietors of the township of Kenilworth), power of attorney to Frederic Ayers, to manage his interest in the township 20/3/1878 Deposit 63/1878

WIGLEY, James Francis gentleman North Adelaide (Brougham Place) 1879 Memorial 222/315

WIGLEY, James Francis gentleman North Adelaide, died 21/6/1884 North Adelaide Memorial 52/387

WIGLEY, James Francis gentleman North Adelaide, died 21/6/1884. He left his personal estate, and £200 to be paid immediately to his widow, Robina Wigley. The rest of the estate to go into trust, to be sold at the trustees’ discretion, to provide a regular income to support her for life, and also her children until they reach 21 or in the case of the girls, marry. Executors; George Dutton GREEN land agent Adelaide, and William Henry Wigley gentleman North Adelaide. Trustees: Luke Michael CULLEN solicitor and William George LUXMOORE auctioneer both of Adelaide. Many complicated changes and pointers to the trust. Estate worth £23,360 Enrolment 17/54

No 1

WIGLEY, John Gwyn Middleton solicitor Clark’s Buildings, Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 242/26

WIGLEY, JGM solicitor Melbourne Vic 1869 Memorial 41/242

WIGLEY, Mary Ann and Maria spinsters Glenelg 1853 Memorial 4761/53

No 1

WIGLEY, Thomas Henry stockholder Murray River 1855[-1857] Memorial 458/79

WIGLEY, Thomas Henry Esquire Christchurch New Zealand, power of attorney to William Rodolph WIGLEY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 11/7/1863 Deposit 136/1863

No 1

WIGLEY, Thomas Francis solicitor Pt Augusta 1881 Memorial 75/333

WIGLEY, Thomas Francis solicitor Adelaide linked with Constance Laura REID nee Wigley formerly of Glenelg but now wife of William Colley Reid gentleman Kalgoorlie WA 1903 Memorial 208/447

WIGLEY, Thomas Francis solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 119/463

WIGLEY, Thomas Francis solicitor Adelaide and REID, Constance Laura wife of William Colley Reid amalgamator Kalgoorlie WA formerly Constance Laura Wigley spinster Glenelg 1911. Constance Wigley (Parents: William Randolph Wigley and Mary Letitia Longfield CREAGH) married William Reid (Parents: William Livingstone Reid and Isabel Ellen COLLEY) on 10/3/1902 St Bartholomew's East Perth Application 26026

No 1

WIGLEY, WR clerk to Messrs HARDY & JAMES solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 165/30

WIGLEY, William Rodolph solicitor Adelaide (Hindley St) 1853 Memorial 277/55

WIGLEY, William Rodolph Esquire Adelaide and Mary Letitia Longfield Wigley his wife 1865 Memorial 86/203

WIGLEY, William Rodolph solicitor Adelaide, power of attorney from the West Kanmantoo Mining Company to obtain from the English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank (John Brodie SPENCE manager Adelaide Branch), all documents relating to Lot 28 of Block 27, Section 5299, Hundred of Kanmantoo 29/3/1867 Application 12131.

WIGLEY, William Rodolph solicitor Glenelg and Mary Letitia Longfield Wigley his wife 1880 Memorial 8/325

WIGMORE, Herbert John clerk Queenstown 1886[-1890] Memorial 63/378

No 1

WIGMORE, Thomas mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 417/71

WIGMORE, Thomas carpenter Queenstown 1854[-1859] Memorial 195/68

WIGMORE, Thomas carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 248/75

WIGMORE, Thomas formerly mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 but now carpenter Queenstown 1867 Application 8422

WIGMORE, Thomas carpenter Queenstown 1877 Application 16282

WIGMORE, Thomas storekeeper Queenstown 1885[-1892] Applications 20771, 26622

WIGMORE, Thomas grocer Queenstown, died 1910 Application 25939

No 1

WIGNALL, James farmer Penwortham 1860 Application 1287

WIGNALL, James gentleman Clare 1870 Memorial 121/244

WIGZELL, Alfred Gunner fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) and Mary Ann Wigzell his wife 1868 Memorial 76/254

WIGZELL, Cuthbert Victor of Maffra Vic 1922 Memorial 42/485

WIGZELL, Elizabeth Marshall married woman Quorn 1906[-1921] Memorial 26/455

WIGZELL, Frederick law clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 128/284

No 1

WIGZELL, George of Blakiston nr Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 337/50

WIGZELL, George yeoman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 318/104

WIGZELL, George yeoman Littlehampton, died 3/11/1859 intestate. His eldest son, Jesse Wigzell labourer Littlehampton, inherited his estate as heir at law. Another son called John Wigzell yeoman Littlehampton 1913 Application 26251

No 1

WIGZELL, HA agent Quorn 1892 Memorial 208/415

WIGZELL, HA auctioneer Quorn 1893 Memorial 168/419

No 1

WIGZELL, Jesse storekeeper Littlehampton 1875[-1877] Memorial 181/284

WIGZELL, Jesse gentleman formerly of Blakiston but now of Littlehampton 1900 Application 24054

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

WIGZELL, John yeoman Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 367/96

WIGZELL, John labourer Littlehampton 1909 Memorial 248/461

No 1

WIGZELL, William Danks fruiterer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863[-1864] Grant Book 14 Page 100 County Daly

WIGZELL, William Danks fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1864 Memorial 332/200

No 1

WILBERTH, Carl clerk to Carl von BERTOUCH agent Tanunda 1865 Application 6566

WILBERTH, Carl clerk to Carl von BERTOUCH auctioneer and land agent Tanunda 1865[-1871] Memorial 88/208

WILBERTH, Carl agent Tanunda 1874 Memorial 66/272

WILBERTH, Carl land agent Tanunda 1875 Memorial 89/301

WILBERTH, Carl Ludwig Sophus Friedrich agent Tanunda, about to leave the province for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Ernst Wilhelm Theodor RUSTKUCHEN and Robert HOMBURG Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/5/1882 Deposit 159/1882

WILBERTH, Carl Ludwig Sophus Friedrich agent Tanunda 1883 Memorial 248/353

WILBERTH, Carl secretary to the Imperial Mint Silver Mining Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 120/392

WILBERTH, Carl of 74 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 247/401

WILBERTH, Carl secretary to the Adelaide Arcade Company Ltd 1891 Memorial 39/411

WILBERTH, Carl accountant Adelaide 1896 Memorial 48/429

WILBERTH, Carl Ludwig Sophus Friedrich agent formerly of Tanunda but now of Adelaide 1897 Application 23335

WILBY, Albert Egerton of North Adelaide of HM Customs, and Sarah Frances Wilby his wife 1881 Memorial 228/329

WILCKS, Lorenz storekeeper Lobethal 1868 Memorial 221/233

WILCOCK, Marianne widow Kapunda 1856 Memorial 156/105

No 1

WILLCOCK, OW publican Australian Hotel, Goolwa 1858 Memorial 48/142

WILLCOCK, Oliver Willett licensed victualler Goolwa 1866 Application 7166

WILLCOCK, Oliver Willett licensed victualler Goolwa 1867 Application 8319

WILCOCKS, Edwin Arthur land and estate agent formerly of Parkview Hackney but now of Fitzroy Tce, Fitzroy 1950 Memorial 68/525

WILCOCKS, Richard Ford labourer Brompton 1861 Application 2372

WILCOCKS, Walter labourer Gawler. Hundred of Alma land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 99 County Gawler

WILCOMB, George farmer Hundred of Clinton 1883 Memorial 187/348

WILCOT, Joseph gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of Hackney 1916 Memorial 194/473

WILCOTT, Samuel George farmer Calca. Hundred of Wrenfordsley land grant 1902 Grant Book 52 Page 42 County Robinson

No 1

WILCOTT, William labourer Virginia 1864 Memorial 286/197

WILLCOT, William labourer Virginia 1866 Memorial 241/208

WILCOX, Edgar Hayden ironmonger Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 690 County Frome

No 1

WILCOX, Edmund farmer Burnside 1858 Memorial 286/146

WILCOX, Edmund farmer New Tiers 1868 Memorial 23/237

WILCOX, Edmund farmer formerly of Burnside 1858 but now of The New Tiers 1871 Application 11731

WILCOX, Edmund licensed victualler Uraidla and Emma Elizabeth Wilcox his wife 1883[-1889] Memorial 80/354, Application 21742

WILCOX, Edmund contractor & publican Uraidla 1883 Application 19701

No 1

WILCOX, Emery draper Gawler 1860 Memorial 146/163

WILCOX, Emery draper formerly of Gawler but now of Sheaoak Log linked with Joseph Wilcox tailor and draper St Neots, Hunts, England 1862 Memorial 14/185

WILCOX, Emery draper Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 247/186

WILCOX, Emery gentleman Gawler 1864 Memorial 16/200

WILCOX, Emery gentleman Gawler linked with George Wilcox storekeeper Gawler 1865 Memorial 218/201

WILCOX, Emery storekeeper Gawler, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 129/220

No 1

WILCOX, George storekeeper Gawler 1870 Memorial 118/248

WILCOX, George gentleman Gawler, about to depart the province for some time, power of attorney to William Faulkner WINCEY merchant annd William Roe LEWIS solicitor both of Gawler, to manage his SA business affairs 12/11/1872 Deposit 120/1874

WILCOX, George agent Adelaide 1880 Memorial 33/327

WILCOX, George merchant Adelaide 1892[-1896] Memorial 105/412

WILCOX, George merchant Currie St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William HAMILTON and Sidney Wilcox merchants Currie St Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 28/3/1894 Deposit 14/1894

WILCOX, George sheepfarmer Adelaide 1902 Memorial 214/445

No 1

WILCOX, Joseph tailor and draper St Neots, Hunts, England, lent out money on mortgage of real estate in Gawler [Was he related to several later Wilcox traders in the township?] 1852 Memorial 144/140

WILCOX, Joseph gentleman St Neots, Hunts, England, power of attorney to his son, Thomas Wilcox draper Rundle St, Adelaide, and William BARKER draper Mt Barker (visiting J Wilcox for a time), to manage his considerable SA business interests 13/9/1880 Deposit 182/1883

No 2

WILCOX, Joseph storekeeper Gawler 1882 Memorial 118/338

WILCOX, Joseph gentleman North Adelaide 1899 Memorial 40/439

WILCOX, Joseph gentleman formerly of North Adelaide 1899 but now of Hackney 1904[-1907] Applications 24752, 25314

WILCOX, Joseph gentleman formerly of Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide, but now of Hackney 1914 Application 26342

WILCOX, Joseph farmer Parkview Hackney, died 19/7/ 1918. Husband of Eliza Wilcox. Father of Edwin Arthur Wilcox estate agent Parkview Hackney. Other childred mentioned but not named Memorial 180/477

WILCOX, Kenneth Shepherd farmer Gawler River 1925[-1934] Memorial 187/492

No 1

WILCOX, Thomas draper Gawler 1857 Linked with Joseph Wilcox tailor St Neots, Huntingdon, England Memorial 260/116

WILCOX, Thomas storekeeper Gawler 1860 Application 1608

WILCOX, Thomas formerly storekeeper Gawler but now out of business Mitcham linked with George Wilcox storekeeper Gawler 1866 Memorial 207/211

WILCOX, Thomas draper Adelaide 1878 Application 16862

WILCOX, Thomas draper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 651 County Frome

WILCOX, Thomas importer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 160 County Manchester

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WILCOX, William sawyer Kensington 1848[-1851] Memorial 490/12

WILCOX, William sawyer Kensington 1896 Application 23241

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

WILCOX, William contractor New Tiers 1882 Application 19030.

No 3

WILCOX, William tailor and draper Gawler 1856 Memorial 285/95

WILCOX, William tailor Munno Para 1858 Memorial 347/132

No 4

WILCOX, William railway porter Smithfield 1858 Memorial 158/143

WILCOX, William railway porter Adelaide 1864[-1868] Memorial 165/198

No 1

WILD, Alexander William Stuart apiarist Williamstown 1895 Application 22995

WILD, Alexander William Stuart apiarist Victoria Creek 1898 Application 23571

WILD, Alexander William Stuart retired Clerk of the District Council of Mt Crawford Williamstown 1936, declared that he had lived in and near Williamstown and Kersbrook for 45 years Application 27988

No 1

WILD, Benjamin, John and William farmer Reedbeds 1855 Memorial 296/79

WILD, Benjamin farmer Reedbeds 1855 Memorial 418/90

WILD, James carpenter Adelaide (Currie St) 1850 Memorial 185/86

WILD, Richard C of Yabmana linked with Jane Wild no description 1888 Memorial 69/392

WILD, William Samuel farmer Reedbeds 1855[-1857] Memorial 348/79

No 1

WILDE, James general dealer Adelaide 1845[-1846] Memorial 196/296

WILDE, James merchant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 170/9

WILDE, James not described leased land in Leigh St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 21/68

WILDE, James licensed victualler Adelaide (Leigh St) 1848 Memorial 102/11

WILDE, Phoebe widow of the late James Wilde formerly licensed victualler Leigh St, Adelaide but now deceased about to remarry to John CRAMPTON (qv) 1849 Memorial 193/19

WILDEN, John carpenter Gladstone 1883 Memorial 206/348

WILDMAN, Edward Thomas gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1860 Grant Book 29 Page 106 County Grey

No 1

WILDY, George plasterer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 67/87

WILDY, George plasterer Adelaide in partnership with John WAKE and John Trinder WALTERS under the style or firm of Wildy & Co on Pt TA 270 in Flinders St 1864. Partnership dissolved in 1867. Memorial 185/196 and Enrolment 85/49

WILDY, George licensed victualler Adelaide and Mary Wildy his wife 1867 Memorial 28/223

WILDY, George licensed victualler formerly of Lyndoch but now of Kingston S-E 1870 Memorial 94/250

WILDY, William T plasterer North Unley 1895 Memorial 223/424

WILEMAN, Henry yeoman North Adelaide 1859 Memorial 152/149

WILES, Albert Henry civil servant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 63/455

WILES, Griffin carpenter North Adelaide 1854[-1858] Memorial 23/77

No 1

WILES, John Henry gentleman Glen Osmond 1866 Memorial 29/210

WILES, John Henry overseer Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 11/295

WILES, John Henry quarry foreman Glen Osmond 1883 Memorial 157/447

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WILES, John Henry accountant Glen Osmond 1890 Memorial 92/406

WILES, John Henry gentleman Glen Osmond 1915 Memorial 112/533

No 1

WILES, William storekeeper Auburn 1861[-1867] Memorial 146/176

WILES, William storekeeper Auburn. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 112 County Stanley

WILES, William storekeeper Auburn 1866 Application 7348

WILES, William of Auburn had a wheat store on Allotments 18 & 19 in the township 1872 Application 11918

WILES, William storekeeper Auburn, became an bankrupt in 1872 Memorial 120/259

WILES, William storekeeper Auburn, insolvent 22/4/1872. Because he was an insolvent, he could no longer be an executor for the estate of John PLACE farmer near Auburn. Power of attorney to Joseph E BLEECHMORE JP auctioneer Auburn, to manage his business in connection with the estate 15/4/1872 Deposit 60/1881

WILEY, Catherine widow Adelaide 1860 Memorial 147/169

Miscellaneous - may be linked through future research

WILEY, Richard storekeeper Echunga 'on the road to the Angas' 1853 Memorial 192/55

WILEY, Richard accountant North Adelaide 1871 Memorial 205/250

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILEY, Winifred widow Adelaide 1852 Memorial 248/42

WILEY, Winifred Catherine widow Adelaide 1850 Enrolment 73/27

WILEY, Winifred Catherine widow West Tce, Adelaide 1852 Memorial 372/45

No 1

WILHELM, August and Gottfried farmers Lobethal 1853 Memorial 488/47

WILHELM, August and Gottfried farmers Gumeracha 1856 Memorial 342/100

WILHELM, August farmer Lobethal 1861 Memorial 74/176

WILHELM, August farmer formerly of Lobethal 1861 but now of Mt Torrens 1868. Linked with Gottfried Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens 1861 Application 9352

WILHELM, Caroline Minna widow Clarence Park [probably relict of the late Peter Wilhelm formerly farmer Clarence Park now deceased] 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILHELM, Friedrich farmer Mt Torrens 1852 Memorial 53/45

WILHELM, Carl Friedrich farmer Mt Torrens 1885 Application 20445

WILHELM, Friedrich farmer Mt Torrens 1885 Application 20445

WILHELM, Friedrich farmer Mt Torrens Co Adelaide. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

WILHELM, Friedrich and Franz Robert farmers Mannum 1902 Memorial 34/446
No 1

WILHELM, Gottfried farmer Mt Torrens 1860 Memorial 132/166

WILHELM, Gottfried farmer Blumberg 1870 Memorial 211/249

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILHELM, Johann August farmer Blumberg 1881 Memorial 19/336

WILHELM, Johann August farmer Mannum 1896 Memorial 235/427

WILHELM, Johann Heinrich farmer Mannum 1885 Memorial 143/371

WILHELM, Johann Wilhelm farmer Blumberg 1881 Memorial 19/336

WILKE, Carl farmer Hope Valley 1881 Memorial 112/334

No 1

WILKE, Hermann merchant Nailsworth 1872 Memorial 82/259

WILKE, Hermann merchant Nailsworth linked with Rudolph Wilke merchant Pt MacDonnell 1885 Memorial 245/371

WILKE, Hermann merchant Adelaide (King William St). He speculated in potential mineral deposits in the Hundred of Talunga 1873 Memorial 133/269

WILKE, Hermann merchant Nailsworth 1885 Application 20742

No 1

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius of Adelaide 1873 Application 12861

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius merchant Prospect 1875 Memorial 11/281, Application 14725

WILKE, H & Co of Commercial Road Pt Adelaide bought all of James HEGGIE's wattle bark for sale on his land at Angaston 'both freehold and leasehold with right of shipping and removing the bark within five years … the gates and slippanels to be properly closed on passing out and onto the paddocks in carting the bark' 1875 Memorials 139/303, 66/325

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius merchant Pt Adelaide 1877[-1885] Memorial 122/302

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius merchant Prospect 1875

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius contractor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 116/345

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius contractor Adelaide trading in co-partnership under the style or firm of Wilke's Pt Adelaide Railway Quarry Co 1884 Memorial 159/362

WILKE, Hermann Leonard Julius contractor Adelaide with Richard HONEY builder Pt Adelaide, Ralph Wheatley Odgers KESTAL builder Pt Adelaide, John MURPHY licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, Alexander RUSSELL gentleman Woodville, Walter FARRANT licensed victualler Rosewater, Hermann Rudolph Wilke merchant Pt MacDonnell, and John DESLANDES builder Glanville trading together in co-partnership under the style or firm of Wilke's Pt Adelaide Railway Quarry Co. The firm leased land at Pt Adelaide from John BOWMAN Esquire formerly of Poltallock but now in parts beyond the seas 1884 Memorial 159/362

WILKE, Robert labourer Point Pass 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

No 1

WILKE, Rudolph of Blumberg 1876 Memorial 23/300

WILKE, Rudolph merchant Pt Macdonnell 1886 Application 21099

WILKES, Daniel builder Norwood 1855[-1857] Memorial 1/92

WILKES, John Esquire Clevedon, Somerset, England, power of attorney to Edwin Thomas SMITH Esquire Kent Town, to manage his SA business investments 10/6/1885 Deposit 75/1886

WILKES, Mark farrier Adelaide (Currie St) 1895 Memorial 237/425

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND TEST

WILKEY, Albert carter Hope Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

WILKEY, Albert carter Kersbrook linked with Walter Wilkey teamster Millbrook 1885 Memorial 214/369

WILKEY, Albert Henry out of business Hope Valley linked with Norman Reginald Wilkey labourer Hope Valley 1931 Memorial 51/504

WILKEY, Alfred George carter Tea Tree Gully 1904 Application 24800

WILKEY, Arthur Timothy carter Tea Tree Gully 1904 Application 24800

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WILKEY, Charles carrier Adelaide 1838 Application 16541

WILKEY, Charles labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 24/14

WILKEY, Charles farmer Tam O’Shanter Land near Adelaide 1847[-1848] Memorial 111/8

WILKEY, Charles labourer Bowden Plains next to Tam O'Shanter Belt 1849 Memorial 3/14

WILKEY, Charles farmer Co Adelaide 1849[-1853] Memorial 278/16

WILKEY, Charles labourer Brompton 1854[-1855] Memorial 42/75

WILKEY, Charles carrier Bowden 1855 Memorial 266/91

WILKEY, Charles farmer Bowden 1852 Memorial 102/43

WILKEY, Charles farmer formerly of Bowden 1852 but now of Tea Tree Gully 1862. He could not write Application 3624

WILKEY, Charles formerly carrier Bowden 1855 but now farmer Hope Valley 1864. He could not write. Probably a family relationship with Charles Fry Wilkey and William Fry Wilkey farmers Hope Valley Application 4965

WILKEY, Charles the Elder farmer Tea Tree Gully 1876 Memorial 68/291

WILKEY, Charles wood carter Modbury, bought lot 1012 Bowden on 7/8/1855 at an auction held at the commercial sale rooms of Messrs T POWELL, RUDALL & Co, Currie St, Adelaide. Charles WILKEY died June 1885, leaving this Bowden allotment to his wife absolutely,with no future husband to have any claim upon the property. Rachel Wilkey 67 Modbury (Father: Charles WAY) married Edward BARNETT 57 widower bootmaker Golden Grove (Father: unknown) on 13/7/1887 Mrs Wilkey's home Modbury. Minister: Edward E RICE. Witnesses: Rachel VAIN of Bowden and Charles Fry Wilkey farmer Edithburgh, the bride's son. Edward Barnett of Modbury, died 10/11/1894, of encephalitis, aged 64. W MOUNTSTEPHEN his son-in-law of Golden Grove informed the death. Rachel Barnett died 18/12/1895 Application 23073

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

WILKEY, Charles labourer Adelaide 1900 Application 24069

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILKEY, John Henry carter Tea Tree Gully 1867 Memorial 67/225

WILKEY, John Henry farmer Tea Tree Gully 1876 Memorial 87/293

WILKEY, John Henry carter Tea Tree Gully 1882 Application 19241

WILKEY, Norman Reginald labourer Hope Valley 1926 Memorial 151/494

WILKEY, Walter carter Millbrook 1884[-1885] Memorial 36/360

WILKEY, William Fry farmer Hope Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

WILKIE, James JP chief magistrate Largs Bay 1874 Memorial 157/277

No 1

WILKIE, Robert licensed victualler Balhannah Feb 1854 Assignment of the Woodside Inn lease from John DEAN for £300 Memorial 105/64

WILKIE, Robert licensed victualler Woodside [Woodside Inn] 1855 Memorial 437/87

WILKIE, Robert publican Woodside, died 18/12/1855 intestate and without family, of apoplexy, aged 45. His sister, Barbara WHITFIELD was wife of William Whitfield postmaster and teacher Oakbank. A Wilkie brother, Alexander Wilkie, lived at King's Kette, Co Fife, Scotland Application 17787

WILKIE, Isabella widow Woodside 1856[-1859], relict of the late Robert Wilkie Memorial 8/96

WILKIN, Charles Darbon and Sydney Arthur farmers Pt Lincoln 1903 Memorial 164/449

No 1

WILKIN, John farmer Walkerville 1847 Memorial 346/8

No 2

WILKIN, John of Brighton 1851[-1856] Memorial 103/30

No 3

WILKIN, John butcher South Road 1855 Memorial 61/87

WILKIN, William farmer Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1884] Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

WILKINES, Edwin farmer Lower Mitcham died 26/9/1851. He left his estate for life to his wife, Ann Wilkines, then to his only child, George Edwin Wilkines, in remainder expectant Memorial 231/37

WILKINS, Alfred farmer Mannum, died 1/5/1897 intestate Memorial 146/433

No 1

WILKINS, Aquilla labourer Middleton 1869 Application 10400

WILKINS, Aquilla labourer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 504 County Frome

WILKINS, Aquilla gardener Aldgate 1902 Memorial 164/445

WILKINS, Aquilla gardener formerly of Aldgate but now of Enfield and Elizabeth Jane Wilkins his wife 1912 Memorial 131/467

WILKINS, Elizabeth Jane married woman Collins St, Enfield, died c1923. Mother of Mary Elizabeth Adeline Wilkins and probably the late Eliza GOW the late wife of Alexander Fraser Gow mercantile clerk James St, Yatala township Memorial 36/490

WILKINS, Elizabeth Jane married woman Collins St, Enfield, died 18/5/1923. She left the whole of her estate to her daughter, Mary Elizabeth Adeline Wilkins Application 27516

WILKINS, Elizabeth spinster Parsonage Magill 1865 Memorial 144/204

No 1

WILKINS, Frederick carpenter Adelaide 1851[-1860] Memorial 429/37

WILKINS, Frederick [formerly carpenter Adelaide but now] farmer Bald Hills, Inman Valley 1856 Memorial 7/97

WILKINS, George Edwin yeoman Lower Mitcham 1879 Memorial 29/315

No 1 FIND CHECK RUNS

WILKINS, Harry butcher Adelaide 1854 Memorial 162/79

No 1

WILKINS, Harry farmer Mt Bryan East. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1901 Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra

No 1

WILKINS, Henry farmer Hundred of Lochaber Co MacDonnell land grant 1884 Memorial 160/361

WILKINS, Henry farmer Lochaber. Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1884 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

No 1

WILKINS, Isaac labourer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 65/175

WILKINS, Isaac labourer Lyndoch Valley, died 16/2/1875 of 7 years’ paralysis, aged 72. He left his personal estate to his wife, Ann Wilkins, absolutely. The real estate to his wife for life, then to his son, John Savory Wilkins labourer Lyndoch Valley ‘in consideration of the assistance rendered to me during my long illness’. Ann Wilkins wife of John Wilkins gardener Pewsey Vale, died 11/1/1884 apoplexy, aged 75. Ezra RICE of Lyndoch probably Isaac Wilkins’ son-in-law. Walter RICE was Isaac Rice’s grandson Application 20126

No 1

WILKINS, James farmer Chandler Hill 1874 Application 13434

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

WILKINS, James carter Stirling East 1882 Memorial 1/341

WILKINS, James carrier Mt Lofty 1894 Application 22666

No 1

WILKINS, Joel shoemaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 405/94

WILKINS, Joel shoemaker Stepney 1859[-1874] Memorial 107/151

No 1

WILKINS, John farmer Section 478 on the Torrens River near Adelaide (leased from JM Phillipson of Walkerville) 1845 Memorial 235/5

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WILKINS, John farmer Gawler Plains 1849[-1866] Memorial 79/16

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILKINS, John labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 220/89

WILKINS, John labourer Bridgwater Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857[-1868] Memorial 231/126

WILKINS, John gentleman Birkenhead 1880 Secretary to the Duke of York Oddfellows Lodge Pt Adelaide between 25/1/1857-31/12/1860 Application 17919

WILKINS, John the Elder clerk Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19873

WILKINS, John the Younger labourer Bridgwater near Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19873

No 4

WILKINS, John gentleman Adelaide 1859[-1861] Memorial 147/149

No 5

WILKINS, John gentleman Norwood 1860[-1862] Application 3339, Deposit 127/1863

WILKINS, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Birmingham Co Warwick, England, power of attorney to William DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide, to sell his allotments in Pt Wakefield 1868 Application 11261

No 6

WILKINS, John farmer near Smithfield 1865 Application 7024

WILKINS, John farmer Smithfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

No 7

WILKINS, John farmer Bute. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1909 Grant Book 14 Page 299 County Daly

WILKINS, Lewis Remphrey bookmaker Semaphore 1938. He bought Lambert's newsagency in Hart St in 1938 Application 28142

No 1

WILKINS, Thomas farmer Condowie 1893[-1903] Memorial 216/416

WILKINS, Thomas farmer Boucaut 1894 Memorial 217/420

No 1

WILKINS, William yeoman Adelaide 1837 Memorial 360/68

WILKINS, William licensed victualler Thebarton 1844 Memorial 13/68

WILKINS, William Senr m 1830 to Mary nee ?. William Wilkins Junr born 16/2/1832, as eldest son and heir at law of W Wilkins and Mary nee ?. William Wilkins Senr cooper Adelaide later died. His widow, Mary Wilkins m (2) William Henry DUMBLETON butcher Adelaide. Application 102

WILKINS, Mary widow Thebarton [perhaps widow of the late William Wilkins of Thebarton] 1845 Memorial 457/4

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WILKINS, William engineer Adelaide 1853[-1857] Memorial 360/77

WILKINS, William cooper Adelaide 1864[-1865] Memorial 135/197

No 3

WILKINS, William farmer Watergate 1861 Memorial 339/174

WILKINS, William gardener Bugle Ranges 1861 Memorial 340/174

WILKINS, William farmer formerly of Watergate 1861 but now of Bugle Ranges 1868 Application 9422

No 1

WILKINSON, Alfred warehouseaman Adelaide 1885 Application 20717

WILKINSON, Alfred merchant Adelaide (Freeman St) trading under the style or firm of Wilkinson & Co 1893 Memorial 218/418

WILKINSON, Alfred merchant Adelaide 1895 Memorial 34/425

WILKINSON, Alfred oil and colour merchant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 223/428

WILKINSON, Alfred director Wilkinson & Co Ltd of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1909 Memorial 178/461

WILKINSON, Alfred merchant Adelaide 1919 Application 26818

No 1

WILKINSON, Andrew Marcus farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1923 Memorial 157/487

WILKINSON, Andrew Marcus farmer Little Swamp, Pt Lincoln 1925 Application 27400

WILKINSON, Arthur Douglas chemist Mt Barker trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

WILKINSON, Benjamin Holroyd farmer Pt Lincoln, died 22/12/1903 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Jane Wilkinson. His children included - Jaanet May MARSHALL married woman Glenelg; Jessie Clifford Wilkinson spinster Pt Lincoln; Andrew Marcus Wilkinson farmer Pt Lincoln; Gertrude Lillian O'CONNOR widow Pt Lincoln; Herbert Gordon Wilkinson farmer Pt Lincoln; Elsie Maud MERCHANT married woman Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27715

WILKINSON, Charles landed proprietor formerly of Coleman St, London, but now of Dunedin House, Sydenham Ave, Kent, England. His wife, Mary Ann Corneck Wilkinson, died 27/11/1864 Ganders Hatch Reigate Foreign, Surrey, England, of some years' anoemia and 3 days' effusion in the 4th ventricle, aged 57. Stephen Corneck FREEMAN, one of the trustees of the Wilkinson marriage settlement, still alive in 1867 Application 18297

No 1

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Kooringa 1902 Memorial 104/446

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Kooringa linked with Thomas Wesley Wilkinson chemist Kooringa 1923 Memorial 195/487

WILKINSON, Charles chemist Kooringa 1924 Application 27422

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

WILKINSON, Charles Drew chemist Burra 1942 Memorial 52/516

No 1

WILKINSON, Charles Horace farmer Crystal Brook 1894 Memorial 197/422

WILKINSON, Charles Horace formerly farmer Crystal Brook but now in parts beyond the seas 1897[-1900] Memorial 89/433

No 1

WILKINSON, Cyril Lloyd salesman 37 Avenue St, Millswood and Bevan James Wilkinson grazier Tarella Station via Wilcannia NSW 1958 Grant Book 13 Page 233 County Dalhousie

WILKINSON, Cyril Lloyd pastoralist 37 Avenue St, Millswood 1972 Application 29833

No 1

WILKINSON, Frank merchant's clerk Gawler 1855 Memorial 123/88

WILKINSON, Frank Permanent Land and Building Association agent Gawler 1858 Memorial 217/138

WILKINSON, Francis general agent Gawler 1864 Memorial 77/193

WILKINSON, Frank government clerk Gawler 1868 Memorial 25/231

WILKINSON, Frank of Gawler and Catherine Wilkinson his wife 1873 Memorial 31/271

No 2

WILKINSON, Frank clerk Farina Out of Hundreds. Trustee Cemetery Farina Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 88 County Not named

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WILKINSON, F clerk to Thomas GRAVES formerly grocer but now out of business Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 150/440

WILKINSON, Frank accountant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 177/447

WILKINSON, Frederick vigneron McLaren Vale.Trustee McLaren Vale Public Hall Association 1913 Memorial 128/468

No 1

WILKINSON, George Blakiston farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 201/29

WILKINSON, George Blakiston farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1855] Memorial 17/72

WILKINSON, George Blakiston [formerly farmer Yankalilla but now] Esquire Geelong Vic 1861[-1867] Memorial 180/176

WILKINSON, Henry shoemaker Richmond 1847. Foundation trustee Hindmarsh Primitive Methodist Chapel Memorial 437/8

No 1

WILKINSON, James auctioneer Jamestown 1880[-1889] Memorial 242/324

WILKINSON, James auctioneer and Stewart Roy Wilkinson clerk both of Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Peake land grant 1914 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

WILKINSON, James JP auctioneer Adelaide 1924 Memorial 128/491

WILKINSON, Jane widow Duck Ponds near Pt Lincoln 1905[-1914] Memorial 163/452

No 1

WILKINSON, John carpenter & builder Adelaide 1838 Application 21909

WILKINSON, John carpenter Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 378/10 Engineer Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 104/25

WILKINSON, John farmer formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Pt Gawler 1854 Memorial 395/68

WILKINSON, John farmer Gawler River 1853 Memorial 223/48

WILKINSON, John farmer Woodbourne Gawler River 1854[-1857] Memorial 224/80

No 2 - miscellaneous; may be linked through future research

WILKINSON, John broker Adelaide 1854[-1859] Memorial 177/79

WILKINSON, John butcher Willaston 1862 Memorial 39/191

WILKINSON, John the Elder schoolmaster Willaston. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1867 Memorial 54/218

WILKINSON, John civil engineer Kew Vic 1889[-1891] Memorial 234/397

No 1

WILKINSON, John Charles butcher Gawler 1863 Memorial 35/191

WILKINSON, John Charles auctioneer Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

WILKINSON, John Charles auctioneer Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

WILKINSON, John Charles butcher formerly of Willaston 1862 now of Gawler 1877. Templers Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Application 16004

No 1

WILKINSON, Mrs MA storekeeper Pt Pirie 1911 Application 25992

WILKINSON, Margaret Ann variously described as storekeeper Pt Pirie or married woman Falconer St, Howellton, died 5/7/1924. Probably her husband - Robert Henry Wilkinson storekeeper Pt Pirie West. Stepdaughter - Catherine PELHAM married woman Pt Pirie Memorials 130 & 154/491

WILKINSON, Richard farmer Mt Gambier 1887 Application 21299

No 1

WILKINSON, RG of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 49/156

WILKINSON, RG National Bank manager Kooringa 1861[-1865] Memorial 203/179

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 277 County Stanley

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert accountant Adelaide and Sarah Shaft Wilkinson nee FAULKNER his wife 1868 Application 9415

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert acountant National Bank Adelaide 1869 Memorial 116/242

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager Adelaide 1870[-1882] Memorial 61/249

WILKINSON, RG acting manager National Bank of Australasia Adelaide 1871 Memorial 143/252

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert banker Adelaide 1878 Memorial 245/306

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager Mitcham 1882 Memorial 43/342

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager Adelaide 1885. Husband of Sarah Wilkinson Application 20569

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert gentleman Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1886 Memorial 198/393

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert Manager Bank of Adelaide, Adelaide Branch 1887 Application 21145

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert formerly manager Bank of Adelaide Adelaide but now gentleman London, Middlesex, England 1894 Memorial 197/420

WILKINSON, Richard Gimbert bank manager formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton, Sussex, England 1909 Memorial 91/462

WILKINSON, Thomas carrier Gawler 1851[-1854] Memorial 122/39

No 1

WILKINSON, Thomas Wesley druggist and stationer Kooringa 1882[-1883] Memorial 242/340

WILKINSON, Thomas Wesley chemist Kooringa 1886[-1902] Application 20890, Memorial 179/437

WILKINSON, Thomas Wesley chemist Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

WILKINSON, Thomas Wesley druggist and stationer Kooringa, died 28/2/1924. His widow, Annie Wilkinson, died 17/2/1947. Parents of Charles Drew Wilkinson chemist formerly of Kooringa, and Vera Euphrasia Wilkinson spinster chemist North Unley 1947 Memorial 153/521

WILKINSON, Thomas Wesley formerly chemist but now out of business Burra 1914 Application 26292

WILKINSON, Wesley farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

WILKINSON, William labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 216/51

No 1

WILKINSON, William Birkinshaw of Adelaide 1881 Memorial 119/334

WILKINSON, William Birkinshaw auctioneer late of Adelaide, temporarily of Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Arthur BOULT agent Adelaide, to manage his interest in the firm of Seth FERRY and Robert Trivess MOORE auctioneers Adelaide, trading as Ferry, Moore & Wilkinson 1/9/1882 Deposit 264/1882

WILKINSON, William Birkinshaw gentleman Adelaide leased office space, together with the right to use 'the privies and yard', in Insurance Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1884 Memorial 244/358

WILKINSON, William Birkinshaw accountant Adelaide (Broken Hill Chambers) 1893 Memorial 42/416

WILKINSON, William Birkinshaw financier Waymouth St, Adelaide 1921 Application 27010

No 1

WILKINSON, William Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1856[-1860] Memorial 337/108

No 2 - likely to be the same person

WILKINSON, William Henry chemist Gawler 1859 Memorial 58/161

WILKINSON, William Henry chemist Kooringa 1860 Memorial 32/168

No 3 - likely to be the same person; perhaps a continuation of No 2

WILKINSON, WH teacher Lyndoch 1869 Memorial 189/243

WILKINSON, William Henry of Lyndoch Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

WILKINSON, William Henry newspaper proprietor Moonta 1884 Application 20126

WILKINSON, William John station hand Kingston S-E 1936 Memorial 151/509

WILKISS, George farmer Rapid Bay 1860 Memorial 34/166

No 1

WILKS, Catherine widow Redruth 1856[-1859] Memorial 486/95

WILKS, Catherine widow St Austell Co Burra 1859 Memorial 323/160

WILKS, Catherine widow near Mt Bryan 1874 Memorial 35/273

WILKS, Catherine widow near Kooringa 1876, had lived in the district since at least 1854 Application 15200

No 2

WILKS, Catherine married woman Mt Bryan 1901 Memorial 75/442

WILKS, David and Thomas farmers Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

WILKS, Edward Stewart farmer Mt Bryan East 1947 Memorial 187/521

No 1

WILKS, George labourer East Wellington Murray River. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 112 County Russell

WILKS, George farmer East Wellington Murray River. Hundred of Seymour land grant 1880 Grant Book 54 Page 119 County Russell

No 2

WILKS, George commission agent formerly of Pt Adelaide 1884 but now of Mile End 1906 Memorial 59/456

WILKS, Jane widow Williamstown 1910 Application 25793

WILKS, John butcher Mt Bryan East 1885 Memorial 217/369

WILKS, Joseph labourer East Wellington. Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1897 Grant Book 54 Page 94 County Russell

WILKS, Thomas farmer Mt Bryan East 1885[-1896] Memorial 245/369

WILKSCH, August farmer Light Pass 1861 Memorial 97/175

WILKSCH, Con A law clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 108/482

WILKSCH, Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Barossa 1890 Memorial 66/405

No 1 – Johann Ernst Wilksch

WILKSCH, Ernst farmer Robertstown 1882 Memorial 50/346

WILKSCH, Johann Ernst farmer Robertstown 1884 Memorial 233/364

WILKSCH, Johann Ernst farmer Point Pass 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

WILKSCH, Johann Ernst farmer Rocky Plain near Robertstown 1891 Memorial 128/407

WILKSCH, Johannes blacksmith Geranium Plain trustee unnamed Church and Cemetery 1899 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

WILKSCH, Johann Wilhelm farmer Langmeil near Tanunda 1854 Memorial 143/75

WILKSCH, Robert labourer Yatta Creek 1892 Application 22213

No 1

WILKSCH, Samuel saddler Saddleworth 1873 Memorial 229/264

WILKSCH, Samuel saddler Yorketown 1879 Memorial 19/329

No 1

WILL, Carl farmer Williamstown Hundred of Melville land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

WILL, Carl farmer Yorketown trustee Show purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

No 1

WILL, David baker Kapunda 1855[-1879] Memorial 147/93

WILL, David yeoman Kapunda 1858 Memorial 36/133

WILL, David baker Kapunda 1865 Application 6383

WILL, David baker Kapunda, died c1881. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Ann Will, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to Isabell WRIGHT the testator's wife's daughter, and such children born of the testator and his wife Memorial 214/329

WILL, Johann Joachim Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1861 Memorial 289/176

WILL, John N officer HM Customs Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 14052

WILL, Thomas miller Gawler 1852 Memorial 30/42

No 1

WILL, Wallace clerk Kapunda 1890 Memorial 139/404

WILL, Wallace accountant Kapunda 1908 Memorial 227/458

WILL, Wallace accountant Kapunda [probably to Sidney KIDMAN] 1911 Memorial 158/465

No 1

WILLAN, Thomas gold digger Adelaide 1853 Memorial 144/47

WILLAN, Thomas formerly gold digger Adelaide but now baker East Collingwood Vic 1872 Memorial 33/264 Application 20626

No 1

WILLCOCK, Andrew engineer Adelaide 1876 Application 15325

WILLCOCK, Andrew engineer Currency Creek 1892 Application 22197

WILLCOCK, Andrew farmer Currency Creek 1897 Application 23288.

No 1

WILLCOCK, Oliver Willett builder Adelaide 1850[-1857] Memorial 81/22

WILLCOCK, Oliver Willett builder formerly of North Adelaide but now of Goolwa 1858 linked with John Willcock carpenter North Adelaide Memorial 33/135

WILLCOCK, OW publican Australasian Hotel Goolwa 1858 Memorial 48/142

No 1

WILLCOCKS, Edward blacksmith and wheelwright Kooringa 1880 Memorial 232/323

WILLCOCKS, Edward blacksmith Kooringa, became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 65/328

WILLCOCKS, John blacksmith Magill Road 1914 Application 26326

WILLCOCKS, Laura Ann spinster Pt Adelaide 1895 Memorial 245/423

WILLCOCKS, Margery widow York 1851[-1854] Memorial 352/32

No 1

WILLCOCKS, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 82/17

WILLCOCKS, Richard labourer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854 Memorial 75/80

No 1

WILLCOCKS, Richard Ford labourer Brompton 1852[-1861] Memorial 338/44, Application 2201

WILLCOCKS, Richard Ford maltster Brompton 1866 Memorial 57/215

WILLCOCKS, Richard Ford of Hindmarsh, died 28/11/1870. By 1874, his wife, Ann Self Willcocks, had remarried, to James RIMES butcher Bowden. The only surviving Willcocks child, Louisa Jane Willcocks, had married Clark LITTLE carpenter Brompton. All the other Willcocks children had died unmarried and without descendants Memorial 42/272

WILLCOCKS, Robert William the Elder bequeathed his estate, in varying amounts and under varying conditions, to his wife, Emma Willcocks, and children, Robert William Willcocks the Younger, Mary Ann Willcocks, Mary Adela Willcocks, and John Willcocks, 1870 Memorial 216/249

WILLCOCKS, Walter labourer Willaston 1869 Application 9942

No 1
WILLCOCKS, William sawyer Kensington 1849 Memorial 127/19

WILLCOX, William sawyer Kensington 1851 Memorial 240/38

WILLCOCKS, William builder Adelaide 1857 Memorial 208/127

No 1 - likely to be William Edward Willcocks

WILLCOCKS, William carter Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 95/157

WILLCOCKS, William carter Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 226/204

WILLCOCKS, William carrier Portland Estate 1878 Application 16988

No 2 - William Edward Willcocks

WILLCOCKS, WIlliam Edward carter Pt Adelaide 1866[-1875] Memorial 191/208

WILLCOCKS, William Edward carter Portland Estate 1869[-1874] Memorial 37/243, Application 13877

WILLCOCKS, William Edward carter near Pt Adelaide, died c1884. Executors: Bastin Willcocks carter Pt Adelaide and William GIBB carter Queenstown Memorial 42/357

WILLCOCKS, William Edward carter near Pt Adelaide, died 19/2/1884. All his estate in trust to his wife, Emma Willcocks, for life or so long as she did not remarry. After her death or remarriage, the estate to be shared out equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of WE Willcocks. His son, Barton Willcocks carrier Portland Ward, died 27/6/1893, of fibroid phthisis, asthma and bronchitis, aged 31. WE Willcocks's widow, Emma Willcocks, died 21/11/1893, of pulmonary consumption, aged 59. One of the daughters probably called Laura Ann Willcocks Application 22960

WILLCOCKS, William Edward carter Portland Estate, died 19/2/1884. All his estate in trust for the benefit of his widow, Emma Willcocks, for life or during her widowhood, then to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant after all have turned 21 or the girls have married, within six months of all qualifying for the estate to be wound up. . Trustees Bartin WILLCOCKS carter Pt Adelaide and William GIBB carter Queenstown Enrolment 69/53

WILLCOCKS, Mrs widow Portland Estate 1885 Application 20678

WILLCOTT, William labourer Peachey Belt near Virginia 1862 Application 3708

No 1

WILLCOX, Henry William Oswin draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1868 Memorial 97/234

WILLCOX, Henry William Oswin gentleman Walkerville 1872 Memorial 243/263

No 1

WILLEMER, Johann cabinetmaker Hahndorf 1853[-1892] Memorial 79/60

WILLEMER, Johann cabinetmaker Hahndorf. Member management committee St Michael Lutheran School Hahndorf 1867 Application 8502

No 1

WILLETT, Robert of Kapunda 1857[-1862] Memorial 217/124

WILLETT, Robert butcher Kapunda 1860 Application 1821

WILLETT, Robert butcher Kapunda 1879 Memorial 33/318

WILLETT, Robert butcher Kapunda, died 16/12/1880. Husband of Rebecca Willett Memorial 137/361

WILLETT, Rebecca widow of Robert Willett of Kapunda 1884 Application 20368

WILLEY, Samuel miller Adelaide 1850 Memorial 109/22

WILLIAM, Joseph Wilfred labourer Bowden 1946 Memorial 26/520

WILLIAM, Peter farmer near Alford. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 216 County Daly

WILLIAM, William agent Robe 1865 Memorial 40/208

WILLIAMS, Abraham publican formerly of Sydney NSW took a 2 year lease of the Court House Hotel, Redruth, at £3 a week from William OLIVER publican Redruth 1865 Memorial 91/204

WILLIAMS, Albert Edward farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

WILLIAMS, Alec Ross shearer Burra North 1969, born 15/10/1930, and Florence Patricia Williams his wife, born 20/3/1927 Streaky Bay Application 29692

WILLIAMS, Alexander farmer Coomandook. Hundred of Roby land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 23 County Buccleuch

No 1

WILLIAMS, Alfred farmer Curramulka, Peter Williams farmer Willunga and Leonora POINTON formerly Leonora Williams wife of William Pointon farmer Curramulka 1886 Memorial 91/377

WILLIAMS, Alfred farmer Curramulka 1888 Memorial 167/393

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WILLIAMS, Alfred farmer Kensington Park. Kensington Methodist Church trustee 1929 Memorial 68/501

WILLIAMS, Alfred farmer Kensington Park 1929 Application 27732

WILLIAMS, Alfred Coombs civil engineer Toorak and Charlotte Mary Williams his wife 1937 Application 28079

WILLIAMS, Alfred James gentleman Kooringa. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

WILLIAMS, Alfred Robert formerly farmer but now dairyfarmer Macclesfield 1952 Memorial 40/527

WILLIAMS, Ambrose Alphonsus farmer Tothill Creek, died 11/1/1939 Kapunda. Brother to Edward John Williams farmer Tothill Creek, John Francis Williams farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light, James Williams, Walter Leo Williams and Thaddeus Michael Williams Memorial 119/521

No 1

WILLIAMS, Andrew John farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Curramulka linked with John Williams farmer Enfield 1883 Memorial 44/352

WILLIAMS, Andrew John farmer formerly of Virginia but now of Curramulka 1885 Memorial 75/367

WILLIAMS, Andrew John of Ardrossan 1900 Memorial 13/440

WILLIAMS, Ann spinster Hundred of Robertson. Hundred of Robertson land grant 1900 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

WILLIAMS, Annie spinster Kapunda 1911. Is there a family link with William Williams shoemaker Kapunda? Application 26002

WILLIAMS, Archibald lodging house keeper Redruth 1874 Application 13293

No 1 - perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WILLIAMS, Arthur farmer Harrogate 1878 Application 16931

WILLIAMS, Arthur farmer Baroota. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel Hundred of Baroota land grant 1881[-1888] Grant Book 24 Page 696 County Frome

WILLIAMS, Arthur farmer Baroota. Trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Baroota land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 697 County Frome

WILLIAMS, B clerk Victor Harbor 1915 Memorial 149/472

No 1 - perhaps the same person

No 1

WILLIAMS, Benjamin farmer Yackamoorundie 1880 Memorial 30/322

WILLIAMS, Benjamin farmer Yackamoorundie. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

WILLIAMS, Benjamin farmer Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1881 Memorial 32/332

WILLIAMS, Benjamin formerly farmer Coomooroo but now out of business Flinders St, Adelaide 1920 Application 26849

No 1

WILLIAMS, Benjamin G builder Melrose 1876 Memorial 101/441

WILLIAMS, BG builder Melrose 1877 Application 26299

WILLIAMS, Benjamin publican Melrose 1883 Application 19929

WILLIAMS, Benjamin G hotelkeeper Melrose 1885 Memorial 52/366

No 1

WILLIAMS, Benjamin Haigh millwright Bowden 1847 Memorial 445/7 Engineer Gawler 1850 Memorial 62/26

WILLIAMS, Benjamin Haigh engineer formerly of Gawler 1853 Memorial 21/52

WILLIAMS, Benjamin Haigh engineer Gawler, died c1858 Memorial 181/147

WILLIAMS, BJ storekeeper Mallala 1907 Memorial 215/466

WILLIAMS, Brabin blacksmith Bowden 1859 Application 18665

WILLIAMS, Carl blacksmith Penong. Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

No 1

WILLIAMS, Charles printer Adelaide 1858 Memorial 264/139

WILLIAMS, Charles printer Adelaide 1863 Application 4345

WILLIAMS, Charles compositor Adelaide (Gilles St) 1864 Memorial 39/199

WILLIAMS, Charles compositor Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1866 Application 7137

No 2

WILLIAMS, Charles carpenter Portland Estate 1875[-1877] Memorial 16/280 Application 16305

No 3

WILLIAMS, Charles of Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

No 1

WILLIAMS, Charles Belgin gardener Brownhill Creek 1953[-1954] Memorial 8/528, Application 29038

No 1

WILLIAMS, Charles C grocer Kooringa 1875 Application 27943.

WILLIAMS, Charles Chichester ironmonger Kooringa 1879[-1902] Memorial 162/318 Grocer Kooringa 1883 Memorial 250/354

WILLIAMS, Charles Chichester ironmonger Kooringa and Catherine Williams his wife 1889 Memorial 81/399

WILLIAMS, Charles Chichester ironmonger Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412.

WILLIAMS, Charles Chichester ironmonger Kooringa Co Burra. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 304 County Not named

WILLIAMS, Charles Llewellyn farmer Nairne 1952 Memorial 36/528

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, Christopher butcher Redruth Co Burra 1857 Memorial 109/124

WILLIAMS, Christopher farmer Orroroo 1881 Memorial 80/333

WILLIAMS, Christopher licensed victualler Orroroo 1881 Memorial 83/338

WILLIAMS, Claude Zacharias farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1928 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

WILLIAMS, CP clerk to Messrs BRAY & SHERIDAN solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 175/292

No 1

WILLIAMS, Cunningham land holder Moorundee 1844 Son of Thomas Williams Esquire The Hermitage Memorial 209/73

WILLIAMS, Cunningham Esquire Murray River 1848 Memorial 236/13

WILLIAMS, Cunningham Esquire Adelaide 1851 Memorial 137/181

WILLIAMS, CW bank clerk Melrose 1893 Memorial 140/418

No 1

WILLIAMS, Daniel Edward out of business Kooringa 1932 Memorial 27/506

WILLIAMS, Daniel Edward farmer Kooringa, died 29/9/1939 Burra Hospital, Kooringa. Husband of Emily Williams. Father of Clarence John Williams farmer Booborowie. Also Frederick Caleb Williams labourer Grange; Edward Sydney Williams labourer Kooringa; Rosina Alice DIXON married woman Henley Beach; and Edwin Thomas Williams labourer Aberdeen Memorials 37 & 60/514

WILLIAMS, Daniel Edward out of business Kooringa, died 29/9/1939. Husband of Emily Williams, who died 15/5/1940. Parents of Clarence John Williams farmer Booborowie and Edwin Thomas Williams labourer Burra North (formerly Aberdeen) 1949 Memorial 10/524

WILLIAMS, Daniel Edward out of business Burra, died 29/9/1938. Husband of Emily Williams, who died 15/5/1940. Children - Edwin Thomas Williams labourer Aberdeen, Frederick Caleb Williams labourer Grange, Edward Sydney Williams labourer Burra, Rosina Alice Dixon married woman Henley Beach, and Clarence John Williams farmer Booborowie Application 29007

No 1

WILLIAMS, David yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1856 Memorial 219/109

WILLIAMS, David miner Callington on the Bremer 1859 Memorial 202/149

No 2

WILLIAMS, David smelter Kooringa 1856[-1857] Memorial 139/110

WILLIAMS, David smelter Hampton 1859 Memorial 379/160

No 3

WILLIAMS, David labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1860[-1885] Memorial 145/169

WILLIAMS, David labourer Portbridge near Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 179/281

WILLIAMS, David mariner Port Bridge 1884 Application 20183

WILLIAMS, David labourer Pt Adelaide, died 4/8/1895 Application 22993

WILLIAMS, David mariner Glanville, died 4/8/1895. Father of Mary BRUNDEL of Glanville and Eliza WHITEHOUSE wife of Harry Whitehouse poultry farmer Hope Valley. Executors: William RUSSELL sailmaker Pt Adelaide and Emanuel HOUNSLOW seamen's missionary Pt Adelaide Memorial 214/425

No 4

WILLIAMS, David clerk Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 228/319

WILLIAMS, David clerk Portland Estate 1880 Memorial 75/322

No 5

WILLIAMS, David land broker Pt Adelaide 1891 Memorial 21/409

WILLIAMS, D & J agents Pt Adelaide 1893 Application 22559

WILLIAMS, David and John land agents Pt Adelaide 1911 Application 26023

No 1

WILLIAMS, David the Younger architect Adelaide (King William St) 1881 Application 18540

WILLIAMS, David the Younger architect Adelaide 1889 Memorial 170/399

WILLIAMS, David Murray labourer Wellington West (a minor born on 15/9/1930) 1949 Application 28709

WILLIAMS, Donald Keith farmer Kapunda 1954 Memorial 187/528

No 1 – the Elder

WILLIAMS, Drew draper Norwood 1858[-1861] Memorial 24/146

WILLIAMS, Drew draper Norwood 1886 Application 21045

No 2 – the Younger

WILLIAMS, Drew of Blinman. Trustee Methodist Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

WILLIAMS, Drew of Blinman 1889 Memorial 165/401

WILLIAMS, E of North Kensington 1868 Memorial 102/233

WILLIAMS, Edgar Ernest clerk Prospect. Prospect Methodist Church trustee 1930 Memorial 30/503

WILLIAMS, Edith MA probably of The Hermitage near Houghton 1889 Memorial 173/400

No 1

WILLIAMS, Edward labourer Norwood 1851 Memorial 96/37

WILLIAMS, Edward yeoman Norwood 1854 Memorial 297/62

WILLIAMS, Edward gardener Norwood 1854 Memorial 157/64

WILLIAMS, Edward yeoman North Kensington 1861 Application 2128

No 2 – perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, Edward carter Hindmarsh. Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1855 Memorial 158/90

WILLIAMS, Edward [formerly carter Hindmarsh but now] farmer near Marion on the Sturt 1862 Application 3137 FIND CHECK SURN

No 3 - miscellaneous; may be linked with further research

WILLIAMS, Edward Esquire formerly of Williamsfort, Ireland but then of Adelaide, died between 1872-1875 Memorial 6/282

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

WILLIAMS, Edward storekeeper formerly of Moonta but now of Kapunda and Mary Connor Williams his wife formerly Mary Connor MOYLE daughter of the late John Perry Moyle bootmaker Kapunda, who died 31/1/1880 Memorial 58/332

WILLIAMS, Edward farmer Kapunda 1894 Application 22678

WILLIAMS, Edward farmer Tothill Creek linked with John Francis Williams farmer Tothill Creek, Thaddeus Williams Farmer Carrieton and Walter Williams farmer Tothill Creek 1921 Memorials 138 & 139/484

WILLIAMS, Edward Sydney labourer Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) linked with Edwin Thomas Williams labourer Burra North 1949 Memorial 9/524

WILLIAMS, Edwin hairdresser Kapunda 1864[-1867] Memorial 280/199

WILLIAMS, Edwin Ernest clerk Prospect Enfield Methodist Church trustee 1930 Application 27786

Miscellaneous - may be linked with further research

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth of Kent Town. Alfred Williams mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 46/388

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth nurse Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula 1906 Memorial 58/455

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth Ann widow Kapunda relict of the late Richard Williams formerly miner Kapunda now deceased linked with Thomas Williams carter Kapunda 1869 Memorial 196/243

WILLIAMS, Ellen widow Kooringa 1889[-1897] Memorial 122/397

No 1

WILLIAMS, Emanuel of Callington 1865 Memorial 121/202

WILLIAMS, Emanuel carter Fullarton 1878 Memorial 74/308

WILLIAMS, Emanuel contractor Wattle St, Fullarton 1880 Application 18220

WILLIAMS, Emanuel greengrocer Fullarton 1902 Memorial 221/447

No 1

WILLIAMS, Emily widow Kensington 1852[-1853] Memorial 80/43

WILLIAMS, Emily widow Marryatville 1852[-1855] Memorial 432/44 Linked with George E Williams no description 1854 Memorial 401/64

WILLIAMS, Emma spinster Cheltenham 1870, a beneficiary under the will of the late Robert Williams farmer Cheltenham Application 10542

WILLIAMS, EP bank clerk Pt Lincoln 1911 Memorial 24/465

WILLIAMS, F bursar to St Peter's College, Hackney 1880 Memorial 43/322

No 1

WILLIAMS, Francis farmer Hundred of Hardy 1891 Memorial 121/410

WILLIAMS, Francis farmer Hundred of Hardy and Mary Jane Williams his wife 1895 Memorial 140/423

WILLIAMS, Francis farmer Hundred of Wonna and Mary Jane Williams his wife 1897 Memorial 123/431

WILLIAMS, Frank Bailey ironmonger Pt Adelaide linked with Thomas James Williams licensed victualler Little Para 1886 Memorial 160/376

WILLIAMS, Frank Richard gentleman Nairne 1900 Memorial 95/441

No 1

WILLIAMS, Frederick and James Hardinge THOMAS tailors Adelaide carrying on business under the style or firm of Williams & Thomas 1884 Memorial 239/362

No 2

WILLIAMS, Frederick grocer's assistant Morgan North-West Bend on the Murray River 1887 Memorial 203/383

WILLIAMS, Frederick farmer Morgan North-West Bend on the Murray River 1889[-1891] Memorial 155/395

WILLIAMS, Frederick butcher Morgan North-West Bend on the Murray River 1892 Memorial 152/413

WILLIAMS, Frederick auctioneer Morgan 1895 Memorial 9/425

WILLIAMS, Frederick Birks storekeeper Tarcoola Out of Hundreds. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

WILLIAMS, F Lawrie solicitor Victor Harbor 1906 Memorial 232/455

WILLIAMS, GB proclaimed bank manager 45 Roberts Tce, Whyalla 1955 Memorial 41/530

No 1

WILLIAMS, George solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1868] Memorial 377/38

No 2 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, George labourer Cheltenham Port Road 1852[-1855] Memorial 231/42

WILLIAMS, George farmer Torrens Road near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 305/63

WILLIAMS, George farmer Cheltenham 1854[-1856] Memorial 147/120 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant 1856 Memorial 37/188

WILLIAMS, George farmer near Callington 1860 Application 1054

WILLIAMS, George farmer of the Torrens Rd, near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1861. Perhaps linked with Robert Williams farmer Cheltenham and George Williams farmer near Callington Applications 2384 & 2386

WILLIAMS, George farmer formerly of Cheltenham 1856 but now of the Bremer River 1863 Application 4272

WILLIAMS, George yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1865 Memorial 44/356

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth widow near Callington. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 127 County Sturt

WILLIAMS, Elizabeth widow New Parkside 1899, declared that her husband, George Williams farmer Cheltenham, died in March 1866 Application 23927

FIND DEATH DATE OF GEORGE W

WILLIAMS, George [formerly yeoman Callington on the Bremer but then] of the Bald Hills [probably near Kadina or Wallaroo], died 13/4/1881 Fullarton intestate. Estate worth £1,004. Letters of administration to his wife, Maria Williams of the Bald Hills [probably near Kadina or Wallaroo] 1886 Application 20862

WILLIAMS, Maria widow Wallaroo [Perhaps Mrs George Williams nee Maria Higman]. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 90 County Daly

No 3

WILLIAMS, George carter Beverley 1873 Application 13123

No 4 FIND CHECK RUN AND LAND GRANT

WILLIAMS, George miner Moonta Co Daly. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 118 County Burra

WILLIAMS, George farmer near Dawson Hundred of Coglin Co Herbert, died 26/5/1916 Broken Hill NSW. Father of Emily Jane TOWNSEND wife of Benjamin Townsend of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 23/475

No 5

WILLIAMS, George farmer Hynam Co Robe. Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1889 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

WILLIAMS, George farmer Lochaber. Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1892 Grant Book 29 Page 255 County MacDonnell

No 1

WILLIAMS, George Edwin farmer Willunga 1848 Memorial 444/11 No 2

WILLIAMS, George Edwin gentleman Adelaide 1850[-1858] Memorial 232/23

WILLIAMS, George E solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 269/40

WILLIAMS, George E clerk to JY ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 110/102

WILLIAMS, George E solicitor Auburn 1858[-1867] Memorial 159/147

WILLIAMS, George Edwin clerk to Joseph Yates ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1856. Solicitor Adelaide 1863 Application 3484

WILLIAMS, George Edwin gentleman Auburn 1866. Director Auburn Town Hall Company Application 7348.

WILLIAMS, George solicitor Auburn 1866 Application 15284.

WILLIAMS, George Edwin formerly Esquire Adelaide 1858 but now solicitor Auburn 1871 Application 11411

No 1

WILLIAMS, George Henry miner Kapunda 1863[-1873] Memorial 224/344, Application 19448

WILLIAMS, George Henry miner formerly of Kapunda 1868 but now of Queenstown 1874 Application 13488

WILLIAMS, George Henry [formerly miner Kapunda but now] of Queenstown 1886 Memorial 183/375

WILLIAMS, George Henry Corporation ganger High St, Queenstown, died 25/12/1911. Executors; George Alfred John Williams engineer Queenstown and Horace James Bolt Williams storeman Glanville Memorial 213/465

WILLIAMS, George Henry formerly miner Kapunda but then in turn storekeeper, Corporation ganger and gentleman Queenstown, died 1911. His widow, Eliza Williams, died 30/11/1912, of nitral regurgitation and heart failure, aged 68. Born in Devonshire, England. In SA 58 years. Married aged 19 years. 3 sons and 3 daughters living. Sons George Alfred John Williams engineer Queenstown and Horace James BELT storeman Glanville. Other children mentioned without description included Horace James Bolt WILLIAMS, Susan Wilton BARBER, Bessie Helena ARTHUR, Eliza Kate Williams, and Leonard Henry Williams Application 26168

No 1

WILLIAMS, George Sibley no description leased Section 1599 Hundred of Gilbert from Philip Levi no description 1861[-1866] Memorial 325/184

WILLIAMS, George Sibley gentleman Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/4/1883 Deposit 113/1883

WILLIAMS, George Sibley stockholder and sheep farmer Point Lowly perhaps related to John Williams MHA of Adelaide 1876 Memorials 150 & 152/295

WILLIAMS, George Sibley sheep farmer Point Lowly linked with John Williams MP of Adelaide 1877 Memorial 19/300

WILLIAMS, George Sibley sheep farmer Point Lowly Station 1879 Memorial 220/319

WILLIAMS, George Sibley stockholder Point Lowly 1879[-1880] Memorial 13/321

WILLIAMS, George Sibley stockholder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 118/341

WILLIAMS, George Sibley gentleman Adelaide 1883 Memorial 192/348

WILLIAMS, George Sibley Esquire Adelaide 1887 Memorial 1/384

No 1

WILLIAMS, Gregory of Willunga 1848 Memorial 302/12

No 2

WILLIAMS, Gregory labourer Templers Farm 1855 Hundred of Light land grant Memorial 256/120 Farmer Hundred of Light 1857 Memorial 310/120

WILLIAMS, Gregory formerly farm labourer 1855 but now farmer Templers 1865 Application 6525

WILLIAMS, Gregory of Pt Pirie. Ashwell Institute Trustee 1883 Application 19957

WILLIAMS, Gregory farmer Templers Co Light. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 297 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Hannibal gentleman Glen Osmond 1915 Memorial 112/533

WILLIAMS, Harry farmer Auburn 1886 Memorial 33/377

WILLIAMS, Harry Charles labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa and Evelyn Pearl Williams his wife 1948 Memorial 17/523

No 1

WILLIAMS, Hartley clerk in holy orders Melrose. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 568 County Frome

WILLIAMS, Hartley clerk in holy orders Melrose and Emma Jane Williams his wife 1877 Memorial 218/300

WILLIAMS, Hartley clerk in holy orders Brighton 1880 Memorial 77/326

WILLIAMS, Hartley clerk in holy orders formerly of Brighton but now of Mt Gambier 1884 Memorial 98/356

No 1

WILLIAMS, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1841. Son of Mary Williams widow formerly of Palestine Place Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England but now of John St, Downshire Hill, Hampstead, Middlesex, who purchased Country Section 435 Survey B by transfer of Land Order 1148 from the original holder, Charles Martin OLIVER of Euston Square, London, Middlesex (who did not make any selection of land). Power of attorney to her son, to take possession of the land 12/6/1841. He was still in Adelaide in 1842 when he sold the Section on behalf of his mother Application 22981

WILLIAMS, Henry of Adelaide 1842. Son of Mary Williams of Palestine Road, Bethnal Green, of the City of London, Middlesex, England - who purchased a land grant Section 435 Survey B [Now Hundred of Yatala - part of Albert Park/Seaton Park]. Mrs Williams widow had moved to Colchester, Essex, by 1854 when she sold the land through her SA attorney. The Williams section was next to Miner's Village Section 424 Hundred of Yatala Memorials 76/40, 68/69, 294/82, Application 12849

WILLIAMS, Mary widow late of Palestine Place, Bethnall Green, Middlesex, England, but now of Colchester, Essex, England, power of attorney to William BARTLEY solicitor Adelaide, to sell her 80 acre Section 435 Survey B 9/9/1850[-1854] Deposit 220/1854

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1; unlikely

WILLIAMS, Henry miner Adelaide and Williams, John miner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 372/19

WILLIAMS, Henry miner Burra 1849 Memorial 403/18

WILLIAMS, Henry miner Kooringa 1855 Linked with Richard Williams farmer Skillogolee Creek Memorial 479/83

WILLIAMS, Henry [formerly miner Kooringa but now] farmer Skillogolee Creek 1855[-1856] Likely a relative of JG Williams Allen Creek Enrolment 68/27 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1856 Memorial 206/107

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Watervale Skillogolee Creek 1855 Memorial 84/87

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Park Bottom near Watervale Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1857[-1863] linked with John Glanville Williams farmer Allen Creek 1857 Memorial 267/207

WILLIAMS, Henry [formerly farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856] but now yeoman Burhos, Wendron near Redruth, Cornwall, England. He owned land in the Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 174/205

WILLIAMS, Henry yeoman Bodilly Wendron, Cornwall, England, died 5/8/1872. He had married twice - Grace nee CHAMPION (child -John Henry Grenfell Williams) and Jemima nee ? (child - Eliza Ann Williams). His son to inherit Bodilly. Other estate for the testator's daughter [named above] and the testator's sister, Mary Ann PAULL wife of Richard Paull [did they emigrate to SA?] and the testator's brother, Joseph Williams, definitely in SA Memorial 188/319 & Deposit 293/1879

WILLIAMS, Henry yeoman Bodilly near Wendron, Cornwall, England, died 5/8/1872. Estate worth £2,000. His whole estate to be sold and put into trust. Annuities with various conditions for his children, John Henry Grenfell Williams (by his first wife, Grace CHAMPION) and Eliza Ann Williams (by his present wife), his sister Mary Ann wife of Richard PAULL, to his brother, Joseph Williams now in Australia Deposit 293/1879

No 3

WILLIAMS, Henry [uncle of Henry Williams] and John Glanville farmers Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 414/75

WILLIAMS, Henry [nephew of Henry Williams] farmer Glanville Park Allen Creek near Kapunda (21 years old on 17/2/1868) son of the late John Glanville Williams formerly farmer of the same address, who died 6/12/1867 Memorials 85 & 86/262

No 4

WILLIAMS, Henry clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 373/54

No 5

WILLIAMS, Henry labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 284/60

No 6

WILLIAMS, Henry sawyer Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 111/73

WILLIAMS, Henry [formerly sawyer Adelaide but now] gardener Dulwich 1884 Application 20105

No 7

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Macclesfield 1855[-1859] Memorial 316/84

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer [formerly of Macclesfield but now of the] Hundred of Nuriootpa 1860[-1863] Memorial 68/163

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer formerly of Macclesfield 1860 but now of near Tanunda 1864 Application 4966

No 8

WILLIAMS, Henry grazier Murray River 1855 Memorial 18/86

WILLIAMS, Henry stockholder McLaren Vale, died c1888. He made Eliza DREYER widow Prospect his executrix Application 21398

No 9

WILLIAMS, Henry miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1867[-1870] Memorial 130/220

No 10

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Caltowie. Trustee Cemetery Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 186 County Victoria

No 11

 

WILLIAMS, Henry carpenter Adelaide and Mary Ellen Williams formerly Cosgrove his wife probably daughter of Honora COSGROVE widow New Glenelg 1879 Memorial 145/318

No 12

WILLIAMS, Henry agent Kapunda. Allendale Bible Christian Chapel (pt Section 1564 Hundred of Kapunda ) trustee 1889 Application 21691

No 13

WILLIAMS, Henry gardener Payneham 1890 Application 21916

No 14

WILLIAMS, Henry farmer Telowie 1892[-1905] Memorial 140/413

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, Henry Patrick out of business Adelaide (92 Flinders St) 1912 Memorial 92/467

WILLIAMS, Henry Patrick hotelkeeper Hampstead Hotel North Eastern Road, Prospect 1919 Application 26704

No 1

WILLIAMS, Herbert master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 475/52

No 2

WILLIAMS, Herbert law clerk Mt Barker 1919 Memorial 37/479

WILLIAMS, Herbert John gentleman Queen St, Norwood 1885 Application 20688

No 1 - perhaps Horatio Lloyd Williams

WILLIAMS, Horatio Esquire Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 129/162

No 2 - likely to be the same person as No 1

WILLIAMS, Horatio Lloyd gentleman North Adelaide (Jeffcott St) 1860 [A money lender on mortgage] Memorial 5/162

WILLIAMS, Horatio Lloyd Esquire Brighton 1860 Application 1726

WILLIAMS, Horatio Lloyd stockholder Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to John Tuthill BAGOT Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/3/1863. By 3/5/1864, he was a Lieutenant of the Waikato Militia in the Waikato District, New Zealand; power of attorney to John BINNEY merchant Sydney NSW, to manage his Australian business affairs; sub-attorney to Randolph Isham STOW and Talbot Baines BRUCE solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs. Land in Somerton, Gawler, Walkerville and the Hundred of Munno Para Deposits 59/1863, 11/1865

WILLIAMS, Horatio Lloyd Lieutenant of the Waikato Militia at present residing in the Waikato District in the Colony of New Zealand 1864 Memorial 280/200

No 1

WILLIAMS, Humphery of Victoria township near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 344/200

WILLIAMS, Humphrey formerly miner 1864 now licensed hawker Kapunda, declared a bankrupt on 28/1/1865 Application 5077

WILLIAMS, Isaac and William farmers Spring Gully Farm [probably on the Light River] 1848 Memorial 174/12

No 1 - probably the same person

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Yankalilla 1853[-1855] Memorial 480/55

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1865[-1866] Memorial 119/204

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Torrens Vale near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1867 Application 8541

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1869 Grant Book 8 Page 58 County Burra

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1877[-1890] Memorial 58/302, Application 19073

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Tothill Creek, died 21/2/1901. Husband of Mary Williams. Father of John Williams, Thaddeus Williams, Edward Williams, James Williams, Ambrose Williams, Walter Williams, Maurice Williams, and Richard Williams; Nora and Johanna Williams, Jane Williams, Mary Williams, Agnes KENNEDY wife of John Kennedy bootmaker Quorn, and Frances MUNDAY wife of Edward Munday bootmaker Adelaide. Estate worth £6,700 Memorial 205/443

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light, died 21/2/1901. His widow, Mary Williams, died 14/1/1919 Tothill Creek. Probably parents of Ambrose Williams farmer Tothill Creek, Edward Williams farm manager Tothill Creek and James Joseph Williams no description 1925 Memorials 101 & 108/492

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer formerly of Hamilton then of Marrabel on the Dirty Light, died 21/2/1901. Father of John Francis farmer formerly of Tothill Creek but now of Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1946 Application 28440

WILLIAMS, Israel farmer formerly of Hamilton then of Marrabel on the Dirty Light, died 21/2/1901. His son, Edward John Williams, farmer & grazier Tothill Creek, died 15/12/1945, of myocardial degeneration, hyperpiesia and diabetes mellitus, aged 69. Born at Marrabel, he married aged 48, but now widowed and without descendants 1946 Application 28443

WILLIAMS, J clerk to LB MATTHEWS solicitor Adelaide 1868 Memorial 11/234

No 1

WILLIAMS, Jabez farmer Meningie. Hundred of Bonney land grant 1872 Grant Book 54 Page 34 County Russell

WILLIAMS, Jabez farmer Meningie 1878 Memorial 21/313

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, James gentleman Adelaide took out a 5-year lease of the City Arms public house King William St, Adelaide from Robert PEPPERELL licensed victualler Adelaide at £130 per annum 1845 Memorial 306/5

WILLIAMS, James publican Pirie St [British Hotel], Adelaide 1847 Memorial 202/8

WILLIAMS, James publican Tusmore 1851 Memorial 142/29

WILLIAMS, James licensed victualler Little Para 1871 Memorial 200/256

No 2

WILLIAMS, James gardener Thebarton 1850 Memorial 120/28

WILLIAMS, James the Elder formerly gardener Thebarton but now deceased intestate and Mary Williams widow Peachey Belt, parents of James Williams the Younger farmer Auburn their eldest son and heir at law 1863 Memorial 39/187

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, James farmer Blakiston 1852[-1853] Memorial 266/45

WILLIAMS, James the Elder builder Adelaide (Currie St) 1866 Memorial 210/215

No 4

WILLIAMS, James stockholder Aberdeen Co Burra 1853 Memorial 330/69

WILLIAMS, James teamster Kooringa 1857 Memorial 166/129

WILLIAMS, James farmer Aberdeen 1859 Memorial 59/161

WILLIAMS, James miner Aberdeen, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 201/217

WILLIAMS, James miner Aberdeen 1876 Memorial 229/288

WILLIAMS, James miner Aberdeen, died 9/11/1876. Husband of Ann Williams Memorials 145 & 146/316

WILLIAMS, James miner Aberdeen, died 9/11/1876. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Ann Williams Application 27482

WILLIAMS, Ann widow Aberdeen linked with Joseph Williams labourer Aberdeen 1886 Memorial 211/378

No 5 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, James mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 419/71

WILLIAMS, James carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 178/74

WILLIAMS, James carpenter Alberton 1865 Memorial 99/206

WILLIAMS, James formerly carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854 but now builder Queenstown 1866 Application 7612

WILLIAMS, James builder Queenstown 1868 Memorial 106/234

WILLIAMS, James builder Queenstown linked with James William Williams contractor Portland Estate 1880 Memorial 70/322

WILLIAMS, James builder Pt Adelaide 1875[-1890] Memorial 18/280, Application 20026

WILLIAMS, James the Younger builder Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15719.

WILLIAMS, James builder Queenstown, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his son, James William Williams contractor Portland Estate, to manage his business as a builder at Pt Adelaide, to manage his real estate and mining investments 8/4/1880 Deposit 75/1880

No 6

WILLIAMS, James labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 433/62

No 7 - definitely the same person; the blacksmith must have moved to Adelaide for a period and then returned to Lyndoch

WILLIAMS, James blacksmith Lyndoch Valley 1855[-1867] Memorial 182/89

WILLIAMS, James farmer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 270/170

No 8

WILLIAMS, James farmer Glenburnie near Mt Gambier. Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 275 County Grey

No 9

WILLIAMS, James carpenter Adelaide and Mary Williams his wife 1863 Application 4505

WILLIAMS, James carpenter Norwood and Mary Williams his wife 1872 Application 12416

No 10

WILLIAMS, James and Thomas farmers Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1863 Grant Book 30 Page 72 County Grey

No 11

WILLIAMS, James farmer Reedbeds 1864 Application 4918.

WILLIAMS, James farmer Fulham at the Reedbeds 1867 Memorial 146/218

WILLIAMS, James formerly farmer Fulham in the Reedbeds 1867 but now gentleman Unley 1871 Application 11221

No 12

WILLIAMS, James farmer Reedbeds 1874 Application 13343

WILLIAMS, James farmer Reedbeds 1875 Memorial 74/281

WILLIAMS, James farmer The Grange 1883 Application 19742

WILLIAMS, James farmer Grange Road 1884 Application 20282

No 13

WILLIAMS, James butcher Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 17/280

WILLIAMS, James butcher Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14402.

No 14 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, James clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 139/280

WILLIAMS, James gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province January 1883 Memorial 101/427

No 15

WILLIAMS, James licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1877[-1878] Memorial 151/300

WILLIAMS, James licensed victualler Portland Estate leasee of the Exchange Hotel on the SA Company's reserve at Pt Adelaide 1879[-1882] Memorial 26/320

WILLIAMS, James publican Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18246

No 16 - perhaps a different person from No 15

WILLIAMS, James publican Francis St, Pt Adelaide (Lot 78) 1891 [on the corner with Wheelton Place, which appears to have disappeared] Memorial 89/412

No 17

WILLIAMS, James stationer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 19 County Newcastle

No 1

WILLIAMS, James Ball quarryman Willunga 1859[-1868] linked with Peter Williams farmer Willunga Memorial 18/151

WILLIAMS, James Ball quarryman Willunga 1860 Application 1824

WILLIAMS, James Ball slate quarryman Willunga 1861 Application 2208

WILLIAMS, James Ball quarryman Willunga 1868 purchased the Cornwall Inn at Willunga from the estate of the late John BRAY who died 1/3/1868 Memorial 173/233

WILLIAMS, James Ball publican Willunga, about to leave the province, power of attorney to George SARA the Elder builder Willunga, to manage his SA business affairs 22/4/1871 Deposit 57/1871

WILLIAMS, James Ball formerly licensed victualler but now out of business Willunga linked with Robert Williams the Elder quarryman Willunga and Ellen Williams his wife 1891 Memorial 135/407

No 1

WILLIAMS, James Davis Esquire of Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 411/27

WILLIAMS, James Davis Esquire formerly of Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide but now of Payneham 1852 Memorial 380/45

WILLIAMS, James Davis gentleman North Kensington, a bachelor, died c1858. He left portion of his estate to his brother, Thomas Gardner Williams gentleman North Kensington Memorial 210/142

WILLIAMS, James Davis gentleman North Kensington, died c1858. His whole estate to his brother, Thomas Gardener Williams gentleman North Kensington Enrolment 49/37

WILLIAMS, James Frew sheep farmer Mt Torrens 1851[-1853] Memorial 176/30

No 1

WILLIAMS, James Henry miner Fullarton 1874 Memorial 166/277

No 3

WILLIAMS, James H Primitive Methodist Minister of the Gospel Saddleworth 1877 Application 16257

WILLIAMS, James Henry Methodist minister Norwood 1904 Memorial 44/451

WILLIAMS, James Henry Methodist minister formerly of Norwood but now of Meadows 1913 Memorial 47/469

WILLIAMS, James Henry Methodist minister formerly of Meadows but now of Prospect 1926 Memorial 10/495

No 4

WILLIAMS, James Henry farmer Yankalilla and Emily Williams his wife 1892[-1903] Memorial 101/412

No 5

WILLIAMS, James Henry fruiterer North Adelaide, executor of the will of the late James Williams licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1899 Application 23764

No 1

WILLIAMS, James Trego banker Gawler 1866 Memorial 36/215

WILLIAMS, J Trego banker Robe 1869 Application 27159

WILLIAMS, J Trego agent Littlehampton 1876 Memorial 178/296

WILLIAMS, James Trego agent Mt Barker 1877 Memorial 218/303

WILLIAMS, J Trego licensed land agent Mt Barker 1878 Memorial 83/305

WILLIAMS, James Trego accountant formerly of Mt Barker but now of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 235/419

No 1

WILLIAMS, James William carpenter Portland Estate 1874[-1875] Memorial 65/275, Application 13719

WILLIAMS, James William builder Portland Estate 1877 Application 16435

WILLIAMS, James William contractor Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 45/306

WILLIAMS, James William master builder Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18519

WILLIAMS, James William builder Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 20026

WILLIAMS, James William formerly carpenter Portland Estate but now builder Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20913

No 1

WILLIAMS, Jane and Mary Williams spinsters Adelaide 1871. Daughters of the late John Williams formerly bricklayer Adelaide, who died 3/6/1867 intestate, and Margaret Williams now widow Adelaide Memorial 206/254

WILLIAMS, Jane spinster Adelaide, died 23/8/1874 intestate. Letters of administration to her mother, Margaret Williams widow Adelaide, to settle her estate Memorial 125/334

No 2

WILLIAMS, Jane licensed victualler Stone Hut North. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 3 County Newcastle

No 1

WILLIAMS, Jeremiah Allen carpenter North Adelaide 1863 Memorial 199/190

WILLIAMS, Jeremiah Allen builder Enfield linked with Mary Ann Williams widow North Adelaide 1878 Memorial 118/311

No 1

WILLIAMS, James William farmer Callington 1876, eldest son and heir at law of the late George Williams formerly labourer Cheltenham 1854. The family owned land at Alberton Application 15248

WILLIAMS, Jesse William gardener Fifth Creek 1890 Memorial 103/408

WILLIAMS, JM clerk to Messrs NICHOLSON & NESBIT solicitors Adelaide 1878 Memorial 32/308

WILLIAMS, JN agent Carrieton 1890 Memorial 120/403

WILLIAMS, Johanna widow Kapunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 215/68

No 1

WILLIAMS, John Sergeant of Police Pt Adelaide 1839 Application 15181.

No 2

WILLIAMS, John farmer Balhannah 1845 Memorial 443/4

WILLIAMS, John farmer of SA 1849 Memorial 362/15

WILLIAMS, John farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 233/44

WILLIAMS, John farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1856] Memorial 410/54

WILLIAMS, John farmer of the Onkaparinga District, died 31/7/1860. His wife, Sarah Williams, inherit his estate in trust for life; then the trustees to sell the land and distribute the money absolutely in remainder expectant to the beneficiaries according to the terms of the will Application 18481

WILLIAMS John and Sarah nee TEAKLE family - Sarah Jemima EDWARDS wife of Thomas Edwards farmer Oakbank, William Williams farmer Baroota, Arthur Williams farmer Baroota, Maria SIMPER wife of Thomas Simper farmer Baroota, Rhoda TEAKLE wife of George Henry Teakle farmer near Salisbury, Henry Williams farmer Telowie, Johnny Williams farmer Oakbank and Naomi ATTENBOROUGH wife of William Attenborough farmer Oakbank 1897 Memorial 232/430

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow Balhannah relict of the late John Williams no description linked with William Williams farmer Balhannah 1874 Memorial 158/272

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow Balhannah 1881 relict of the late John Williams no description who died 31/7/1860. Linked with Arthur Williams farmer Baroota 1881 Memorial 80/335

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow farmer Balhannah relict of the late John Williams formerly farmer Onkaparinga District but now deceased 1860 Memorial 129/321

WILLIAMS, Sarah nee Teakle widow Balhannah surrendered her life interest in her late husband John Williams’ estate 1881, and the trustees (the widow and Edward Teakle farmer Noarlunga) sold the property. Value £3,050, with Sections 1774 (to J & AJ Johnston brewers Oakbank), 1775, 4260 (to Johnnie Williams farmer Oakbank) in the Hundred of Onkaparinga and Section 3844 (to George DUNN farmer Charleston) in the Hundred of Kanmantoo. Title Lot 7 Mt Barker to John MCEWEN farmer Mt Barker Application 18481

TEAKLE, David farmer Mt Barker said 1881 that he knew John Williams farmer Balhannah and his family well. When Naomi ATTENBOROUGH, wife of William Attenborough butcher Oakbank reached 21 on 1/1/1881, she was the youngest child of the late John Williams. Other children living included Sarah Jemima EDWARDS, wife of John Edwards farmer Oakbank; William Williams farmer Crystal Brook; Arthur Williams farmer Baroota; Maria SIMPER, wife of Thomas John Simper farmer Baroota; Rhoda Teakle, wife of George Henry Teakle farmer Mt Barker; Henry Williams farmer Telowie; Johnnie Williams farmer Balhannah Application 18481

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow Mt Barker, died by 1895. Mother of Johnny Williams farmer Daisy Hills near Oakbank and Henry Williams farmer Telowie Memorial 87/431

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow of John Williams died 7/7/1895 Mt Barker, of lobar pneumonia, aged 73 Application 22953

No 3

WILLIAMS, John Esquire Adelaide 1846[-1848] Memorial 308/7

WILLIAMS, John gentleman Unco 1849 Local attorney for his father, Thomas WILLIAMS now of 44 Queen’s Square, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England. T Williams also appointed his son in-law Peter PEACHEY gentleman Glen Osmond his attorney Enrolment 66/8

WILLIAMS, John Esquire Black Rock Station near Kooringa 1854[-1858] A son of Thomas Williams of The Hermitage Memorials 171/68 & 230/144

WILLIAMS, John Esquire Black Rock Hill, about to marry Barbara Isabella Mary HOWARD, daughter of the late Rev’d Charles Beaumont Howard MA, marriage settlement 22/12/1857. In the event of his death, he settled a £1,500 life insurance policy upon her, that the money would be invested in trust for her to have an income for life, and after that, the principle to go to his children equally absolutely in remainder expectant. Trustees: James FARRELL Dean of Adelaide, and John Bristow HUGHES Esquire Adelaide Deposit 18/1867

WILLIAMS, John sheep farmer Black Rock Station linked with Thomas Williams the Elder farmer of the Anon near Houghton 1862 [Probably brothers, as their father, Thomas Williams, had returned to Britain in the 1840s] Memorial 348/182

WILLIAMS, John MHA of Black Rock 1864 Memorial 109/199

WILLIAMS, John sheep farmer Black Rock Station near Black Rock Hill 1867 Memorial 48/220

WILLIAMS, John Esquire Adelaide 1869 Memorial 160/241

WILLIAMS, John stockowner Parnaroo 1876 Memorial 158/291

WILLIAMS, John stockowner Parnaroo about to marry Maria GUY widow South Tce, Adelaide 1872 Memorial 97/342

WILLIAMS, John stockholder Parnaroo, about to marry Maria GUY widow South Tce, Adelaide, marriage settlement 11/6/1872. He settled a £2,000 life insurance policy upon her in case of his death, in trust, for her to receive an income for life, then the principle to the children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If no children, the principle to go under the same terms to the children of her first marriage with Michael Stewart GUY. These children were Florence Guy and William Hutchinson Guy, presently infant children. Trustees: William Withers EWBANK Clerk in Holy Orders Adelaide and Nathaniel Alexander KNOX solicitor Adelaide. By 10/2/1882, John Williams was a sheep farmer at Tiraumea near Wellington New Zealand [but returned to SA where he died 1890]. By 3/3/1902, Maria Williams was a widow living in Christchurch, New Zealand. She appointed the Hon John Lancelot STIRLING President of the Legislative Council Adelaide, as her attorney to manage her SA business affairs Enrolment 47/53

WILLIAMS, John sheep farmer Parnaroo and Maria Williams his wife 1876 Memorial 98/342

WILLIAMS, John sheep farmer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 184/297

WILLIAMS, John Esquire MP Mitcham 1877 Memorial 91/297

WILLIAMS, John Esquire Mitcham, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solcitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 4/12/1878 Deposit 25/1879

WILLIAMS, John sheep farmer Tiraumea near Welllington New Zealand, and Maria Williams his wife 1882 Memorial 99/342

WILLIAMS, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Christchurch, New Zealand. Probably a brother to Elizabeth LITHGOW formerly PEACHEY nee Williams wife of John Lithgow farmer Salisbury 1880 Memorial 54/327

WILLIAMS, John Esquire formerly of Adelaide [The Hermitage] but now of Christchurch, New Zealand 1883 Memorial 215/347

WILLIAMS, John gentleman Prospect [probably son of Thomas Williams formerly of The Hermitage] Links with the ROBERTSON family of Golden Grove 1888 Memorial 218/392

WILLIAMS, Maria widow Christchurch New Zealand owned assets in SA. Sir John Stirling President of the LC Adelaide was her attorney 1902 Memorial 68/445

WILLIAMS, Maria widow Christchurch New Zealand relict of the late John Williams formerly gentleman North Adelaide now deceased 1902 Memorial 48/446

No 3

WILLIAMS, John barman City Bridge Hotel, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 290/17

WILLIAMS, John miner North Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 194/20

No 4

WILLIAMS, John 28 mason Kooringa married Grace DUNSTAN 16 spinster domestic servant Kooringa, on 22/7/1849 at her brother Henry Dunstan's house, Kooringa. Minister; William LOWE, Wesleyan Methodist preacher. The two families shifted to Kensington. Henry Dunstan became a carter; Husband of Elizabeth Dunstan. John Williams bricklayer Kensington died 20/6/1855 of lung inflammation intestate, aged 37. His only surviving child, Grace Ann Williams, born 19/12/1854 Kensington, inherited his estate as heir at law. She married 10/5/1875 Clunes Vic, to Charles LOUIS miner Clunes Application 14889

WILLIAMS, John mason Kensington 1855 Memorial 255/82

No 5

WILLIAMS, John stone mason Adelaide (Market St) 1850[-1862] Memorial 322/21

No 6

WILLIAMS, John builder North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 290/21

WILLIAMS, John builder North Adelaide (Tynte St) 1855[-1865] Memorial 279/82

WILLIAMS, John builder North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 48/167

WILLIAMS, John builder North Adelaide 1877 Memorial 4/303

No 7

WILLIAMS, John teacher Gumeracha 1850 Memorial 321/39

WILLIAMS, John [formerly teacher Gumeracha 1851] but now farmer Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide 1853 Memorial 220/61

WILLIAMS, John farmer Barossa 1853[-1862] Memorial 11/60

WILLIAMS, John farmer Providence Place, Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 353/65

WILLIAMS, John farmer near Williamstown 1860 Application 1588

WILLIAMS, John farmer formerly of the Barossa 1852 but now of Williamstown 1872 [Likely same address] Application 12079

No 8

WILLIAMS, John of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 277/23

WILLIAMS, John gentleman Kapunda and Jane Williams his wife 1855[-1856] Memorial 325/85

No 9 - perhaps a continuation of No 8

WILLIAMS, John farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 351/95

WILLIAMS, John farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1870 Memorial 172/249

No 10

WILLIAMS, John labourer Adelaide 1850. Bowden allotments purchases Memorial 442/25

WILLIAMS, John brickmaker Bowden 1850[-1857] Memorial 201/90

No 11

WILLIAMS, John labourer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 270/33

No 12

WILLIAMS, John farmer Section 4074 Hundred of Munno Para 1851 Memorial 119/32

WILLIAMS, John farmer Peachey Belt 1855 Memorial 143/93

WILLIAMS, John farmer Peachey Belt 1859 Memorial 343/149

WILLIAMS, John farmer The Gilbert 1859 Memorial 292/149

No 13

WILLIAMS, John farmer and bachelor Dry Creek 1852[-1859] Memorial 129/45

WILLIAMS, John farmer Enfield 1885[-1894] Memorial 75/367

WILLIAMS, John farmer Enfield 1885 Application 20784.

WILLIAMS, John farmer Dry Creek Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786.

WILLIAMS, John Clerk of the District Council of Yatala Enfield 1900 Application 24117

WILLIAMS, John formerly farmer Enfield 1883 but now clerk Enfield by 1905 Application 24999

WILLIAMS, John Yatala District Council Clerk Enfield 1900 Application 23960

WILLIAMS, John formerly of Enfield Clerk to the District Council of Yatala South but now out of business Clarendon 1910 Application 25806

No 14

WILLIAMS, John farmer Adelaide (Wright St) 1853[-1855] Hundred of Saddleworth land grant [Did he leave Adelaide for Saddleworth??] Memorial 58/64

No 15

WILLIAMS, John labourer Alberton 1853 Memorial 192/58

WILLIAMS, John agent Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 144/400

WILLIAMS, John of Pt Adelaide administrator of the estate of the late Margaret Williams of Pt Adelaide now deceased 1892 Memorial 8/415

WILLIAMS, J JP of Pt Adelaide 1897 [Likely to be John Williams of Alberton] Memorial 168/430

No 16 - likely to be the same person

WILLIAMS, John woodman Pt Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 487/51

WILLIAMS, John woodman Le Fevre Peninsula 1854[-1857] Memorial 169/75

WILLIAMS, John water carrier Pt Adelaide 1857[-1863] Memorial 343/121

No 17

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 480/58

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1855 Memorial 4/80

No 18 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1853[-1854] Memorial 456/74

WILLIAMS, John storekeeper Chain of Ponds 1855 Memorial 146/91

WILLIAMS, John farmer Para River 1856 Hundred of Barossa land grant Memorial 94/105

WILLIAMS, John farmer Gawler 1856 Trustee for pt lot 230 Gawler, reserved for 'the Israelites and for the place of worship thereon erected and called The Israelites' Sanctuary' Memorial 289/101

WILLIAMS, John formerly of Chain of Ponds but now of the Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

WILLIAMS, John joiner South Para River 1860 Memorial 139/168

WILLIAMS, John farmer Hundred of Barossa 1861 Memorial 231/170

WILLIAMS, John farmer South Para River near Gawler 1862 Memorial 27/183

WILLIAMS, John the Elder of Moonta, Yorke Peninsula, died c1873. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Williams, in trust for life, then to his son, John Williams the Younger [probably engineer Moonta], absolutely in remainder expectant Memorials 69 & 91/268

WILLIAMS, John the Elder of Moonta died c1872. He left his estate to his wife, Margaret Williams, for life, then to his son, John Williams the Younger, absolutely in remainder expectant. Margaret Williams widow domestic duties Moonta Mines, died 7/3/1874 Matta Flat near Kadina, of pneumonia, aged 73. Her son, John Williams farmer Broughton area inherited the estate under the terms of his father's will Application 15356

WILLIAMS, John formerly the Younger farmer Broughton 1875 Memorial 61/283

No 19

WILLIAMS, John licensed victualler Adelaide 1854 Memorial 70/69

No 20 - perhaps a continuation of the previous entry

WILLIAMS, John licensed victualler Adelaide took out a 7-year lease of the Norwich Arms public house Flinders St, Adelaide from TC BRAY bootmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 70/69

No 21

WILLIAMS, John farmer Cheltenham near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 306/63

WILLIAMS, John farmer Cheltenham on the Port Road 1855 Memorial 112/91

WILLIAMS, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1866 Memorial 156/213

WILLIAMS, John farmer [formerly of Tam O'Shanter Belt but now of] Brownhill Creek 1873[-1887] Memorial 150/265

WILLIAMS, John market gardener Section 945 Brownhill Creek 1893 Application 22584.

WILLIAMS, John farmer Brownhill Creek 1913 Application 26198

No 22

WILLIAMS, John farmer Brighton 1854[-1856] owned 8 allotments of land, 'together with the cottage standing and being thereon', at Old Brighton Memorial 60/92

WILLIAMS, John farmer Brighton took up lease land in the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1856 Memorial 297/107

WILLIAMS, John of the Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858[-1876] Memorial 183/142

WILLIAMS, John farmer Turkey Gully Hundred of Kondoparinga 1858 Hundred of Kondoparinga District School trustee Memorial 55/152

WILLIAMS, John farmer Strathalbyn, died c1882. Husband of Sarah Williams and father of Sarah Jane Williams and Martha Williams. Estate worth £200. By 1892, Sarah Jane Williams had married William WOOLFITT baker Strathalbyn and Martha Williams had moved to Horsham Vic Memorials 193 & 194/415

WILLIAMS, Sarah widow of the late John Williams farmer Strathalbyn, died 22/11/1893, of senile decay, aged 79. Their daughter, Sarah Jane Williams 33 seamstress Strathalbyn, had married 25/10/1887 to William WOOLFITT 30 bachelor no description Strathalbyn (Father: Moss Woolfitt) on 25/10/1887 Mrs Williams' home Strathalbyn. Minister: George Willis KENDREW. Witnesses: John Woolfitt farmer South Lillimur Vic and Maggie Woolfitt of Strathalbyn Application 22747

No 23

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Little Adelaide 1855 Memorial 361/87

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Little Adelaide North Road 1859 Memorial 4/152

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Nailsworth 1870 Application 10704

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith North Road 1872 Application 16643

WILLIAMS, John the Elder blacksmith Medindie 1885 Memorial 208/372

No 24

WILLIAMS, John yeoman Callington 1858 Memorial 147/141

WILLIAMS, John storekeeper Callington Callington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1861 Memorial 237/177

WILLIAMS, John farmer Grünthal 1861 Memorial 294/181

WILLIAMS, John storekeeper [formerly of Callington but now of] Grünthal 1863[-1867] Memorial 145/192

No 25 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, John butcher Redruth near Kooringa 1858 Memorial 237/139

WILLIAMS, John the Elder butcher and shoemaker Redruth, his wife Grace Williams and their children - Christopher, Henry, Ralph, James and John Williams the Younger. J Williams the Elder died c 1859 Memorial 296/157

WILLIAMS, John labourer Redruth near Kooringa 1906 Memorial 114/455

No 26

WILLIAMS, John licensed teacher Victoria township near Kapunda 1865. Linked with the late Richard Williams miner Kapunda Application 6863

No 27

WILLIAMS, John mason Kapunda 1865[-1871] Memorial 268/201

No 28

WILLIAMS, John farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1866[- 1879] Memorial 88/214

No 29

WILLIAMS, John brewer Nuriootpa 1866 Memorial 225/218

No 30

WILLIAMS, John farmer near Chinkford 1868 Memorial 226/235

WILLIAMS, John farmer Chinkford Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 93 County Stanley

No 31

WILLIAMS, John yeoman Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

No 32

WILLIAMS, John ironworker Gover St, North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 154/376

WILLIAMS, John formerly of Gover St, North Adelaide but now of Whinham St, Fitzroy 1921 Memorial 24/482

WILLIAMS, John schoolmaster North Adelaide 1871. Enrolment/

WILLIAMS, John architect North Adelaide 1873 Memorial 214/268 FIND

Did he die 1890? FIND

No 32

WILLIAMS, John farmer Virginia 1872 Application 12087

No 33

WILLIAMS, John farmer Coromandel Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

No 34

WILLIAMS, John miner Kapunda 1877 Application 15857

No 35

WILLIAMS, John sawyer Kooringa 1879 Memorial 218/325

No 36

WILLIAMS, John undertaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1880 Application 21439

No 37

WILLIAMS, John the Younger clerk Adelaide 1880 Memorial 134/324

No 38

WILLIAMS, John baker Queenstown 1881 Application 18805

No 39

WILLIAMS, John barber Kapunda 1885 had lived in the town for at least 20 years. He had built houses in the town at that time Application 20579

No 40 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, John agent Alberton 1885 Application 20771.

WILLIAMS, John agent Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23302

No 41

WILLIAMS, John farmer Broughton Co Daly. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 746 County Frome

No 42

WILLIAMS, John farmer Lochaber. Trustee unnamed School Hundred of Lochaber. Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1885 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

No 43

WILLIAMS, John farmer Hynam Co Robe. Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1889 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

WILLIAMS, John, William and Alfred provision merchants Adelaide 1886 Memorial 84/381, Application 21093

No 44

WILLIAMS, John gentleman Jeffcott St, North Adelaide, died 4/4/1890, of phthisis, aged 66 Application 24024

No 45

WILLIAMS, John 24 farmer Windsor (Father: William Williams) married Frances Jane LOVEDAY 26 spinster Exeter (Father: Richard John Loveday) on 8/6/1892 STANTON home, Exeter. Miniser; Arthur Wellesley WELLINGTON. Witnesses: EA Loveday surveyor Harris St, Exeter Application 28321

No 46

WILLIAMS, John blacksmith Queenstown 1900 Memorial 210/440

No 47

WILLIAMS, John out of business Hampton near Burra 1939 Pt V11a Application 108

WILLIAMS, John out of business Hampton near Burra, aged 77 in 1940, declared that he had lived in the Burra district for over 40 years Application 28211

WILLIAMS, Ada Jessie widow Burra North (formerly Aberdeen) 1954, relict of John Williams, who died c1939. She declared that she had been born on 12/9/1879 and had lived at Burra North since November 1903 Application 29041

WILLIAMS, John Gardner gentleman North Kensington 1856. Enrolment/FIND REFERENCE

No 1

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Burra 1849 Memorial 189/18

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allen Creek 1854[-1864] Memorial 24/68

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allendale near Kapunda 1861 Memorial 8/176

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1862 Application 3174

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allen Creek, died 6/12/1867, of emphysema vesicular, aged 48. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Glanville Park Section 1573 Hundred of Kapunda Allen Creek, died 6/12/1867. His estat worth £2,000. He made his brother, Henry Williams farmer Skillogolee Creek, trustee of his farm land until his son, Henry Williams, turned 21 and inherited certain Sections outright. JG Williams's widow, Mary Anne Williams, to have a life legacy of £25 while she remained a widow. £200 legacy to his daughter, Elizabeth Jane Williams, once she turned 21 or married. The son and the daughter to inherit other sections of farm land for life, then their own childen inherited them in equal shares as tenants in common 1927 Application 27556

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allen Creek Hundred of Kapunda, died 6/12/1867. His daughter, Elizabeth Jane Williams 18 spinster Allendale married Thomas BERRIMAN 24 bachelor draper Moonta (Father: John Berriman) on 13/7/1871 bride's mother's home Allendale. Minister: Edward B BINNS. Witnesses; Henry WILLIAMS farmer Allendale, Anna BERRIMAN of Moonta Application 27556

WILLIAMS, John Glanville farmer Allen Creek, died 6/12/1867. He left part of his home 'and free and uninterrupted right to use water from the watertank in the said house' in trust to his wife, Mary Ann Williams, and daughter, Elizabeth Jane Williams, to live there for life or until they married, then to his son Henry Williams (born 17/12/1847) absolutely if he left children, otherwise for life then to JG Williams' brother Joseph Williams the trustee of the estate. Mary Ann Williams widow of JG Williams Burra Road near Kapunda, died 17/6/1896, of senile decay, aged 76. She must have been JG Williams's second wife, as Henry Williams was described as her step-son. Elizabeth Jane Williams, born at Glanville Park (at Allen Creek???) to her mother, a Miss DUNSTAN. Elizabeth Williams married draper Thomas BERRIMAN. family of 10 children. They lived for a time at Moonta, where son Thomas Reginald Victor Berriman was born. He lived for 10 years in SA, then 20 years in NSW and 20 years in Vic. A bank manager, of the Commercial Bank Hawthorn Vic, he died 21/10/1923 295 Victoria Parade, Melbourne, of injuries from a bullet wound, aged 50. He had married aged 29 years to Ruby Isabel LAMB. Family of 3 sons all teenagers at the time their father died. Elizabeth Jane Berriman home duties Norseman, died 27/4/1940 Norseman Hospital, of cardiac failure and senility, aged 88. She had married aged 19. Her uncle Henry Williams farmer Allendale, became a bankrupt on 22/4/1879, and his assets were sold to pay the creditors. Henry Williams died 6/10/1931. Joseph Williams butcher Ryan St, Moonta, brother of JG Williams died 3/12/1911, of chronic nephritis uraemia, aged 74. Born in Wendron, Cornwall, England. To SA aged 11 years. Married aged 25 years. 1 son and 4 daughters living; 1 son and 2 daughters deceased 1940 Application 28281

WILLIAMS, John Glanvill farmer Glanville Park (Homestead pt Section 1573 Hundred of Kapunda) Allen Creek, died 6/12/1867. He left his real estate in trust with his brother, Joseph Williams farmer Skillogolee Creek for the benefit of the testator's wife, Maryanne Williams, during her widowhood, their son Henry Williams and their daughter Elizabeth Jane Williams for life and then the whole estate to his grandchildren equally absolutely in remainder expectant. If the children died without issue, his brother Joseph Williams and his descendants to inherit the estate Memorials 11 & 12/227

No 2

WILLIAMS, John Glanville sheep farmer Leasingham 1908 Application 25472

No 1

WILLIAMS, John Henry gentleman Kooringa 1849 Memorial 461/30

No 2

WILLIAMS, John Henry fencer Kooringa 1873[-1883] Memorial 174/269

No 3

WILLIAMS, John Henry farmer Quorn. Hundred of Palmer land grant 1882 Grant Book 49 Page 175 County Newcastle

WILLIAMS, John Henry farmer Hundred of Palmer. Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 49 Page 28 County Newcastle

No 4

WILLIAMS, John Henry farmer Yankalilla and Emily Williams his wife 1892 Memorial 101/412

No 5

WILLIAMS, John Henry grocer near Willaston 1921 Memorial 41/483

WILLIAMS, John James greengrocer Hindmarsh 1910 Application 25934

WILLIAMS, John Llewellyn blacksmith Edeowie Out of Hundreds. Edeowie (Hundred of Edeowie) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 66 Page 114 County Taunton

WILLIAMS, John Neville clerk of the local court Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 66 Page 163a County Taunton

WILLIAMS, John Stevens labourer Lake Hamilton Co Flinders. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

No 1

WILLIAMS, John Symonds son of Richard Williams the Elder who married Sarah HILL on 31/7/1799 Kidderminster parish church, Co Worcester, England. Richard Williams Senr died 5/4/1815. Three sons - Richard Williams the Younger born 14/7/1801, Joseph Williams born 29/1/1804, John Symonds Williams born 5/4/1815. John Symonds Williams gentleman St James Place, New Cross, Surrey, made his will before emigrating to SA, where he bought lot 103 in Goolwa for £30, on 27/7/1853. He returned to England, where he died a bachelor on 22/12/1853. Richard Williams the Younger married Jane COTTERILL on 30/10/1832 Wolverhampton parish church. Their daughter, Sarah Hill Williams, born c1834. Richard Williams the Younger died August 1853 at Birmingham, Co Warwick, England. It appears that Richard Williams the Elder also had two daughters - Hannah Williams, wife of Thomas FREEMAN, who emigrated to SA, and Elizabeth Williams now deceased (by 1889), the wife of William WEAR auctioneer Madeley, Iron Bridge, Salop, England. 1889 Application 21598

WILLIAMS, John Symonds formerly druggist Great Malvern, Co Worcester, England, but now gentleman Sydney NSW linked with Joseph Williams wine merchant Worcester, Worcs, England 1840 Memorial 29/214

WILLIAMS, John Symonds gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 64/93

WILLIAMS, John Symonds gentleman formerly of 2 St James Place New Cross, Surrey, England and then of Adelaide, died c1855. William WEARE auctioneer Ironbridge, Madely, Salop, England, was the executor for the will [JS Williams' brother-in-law]. He left the administration to Algernon Sidney CLARK and John Howard Clark merchants Adelaide [Apparently JS Williams' cousins] Memorial 434/93

WILLIAMS, John Symonds formerly of 2 St James’s Place, New Cross, Surrey, late of Adelaide, died 22/12/1853 a bachelor. JS Williams was already a chemist in Sydney on 7/3/1839, when he received the land grant for Section 96 Survey B south of the Torrens River, with Land Order 37. He laid out the township of Underdale upon this land in c1853. His father, Richard Williams, a hatter, m 31/7/1799 St Chad’s Shrewsbury, Kidderminster, Co Worcester, to Sarah HILL. 3 sons and four daughters of the marriage. JS Williams was the youngest son, born 26/5/1809, at his parents’ home, Lee Halls, Shrewsbury. JS Williams left one third of his estate to his brother, Richard Symonds Williams (who died August 1853, at Harborne, Birmingham, Co Warwick, of chronic hepatitis, aged 52), one third to his sister, Hannah, wife of Thomas FREEMAN [of Adelaide], and one third in equal shares to the children of his late sister, Elizabeth WEARE, wife of William Weare auctioneer Ironbridge, Salop, England (he was the surviving trustee of the will). W Weare gave power of attorney to Algernon Sidney CLARK and John Howard CLARK merchants and agents Adelaide, to sell the real estate and finalise JS Williams’s affairs 14/7/1854. Deposits 658/1855 and 1 & 2/1856

WILLIAMS, John Thomas boot manufacturer Parkside 1911 Application 26000, 26053

WILLIAMS, Jonas miner Kapunda 1856[-1863] Memorial 221/103

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, Jos clerk to Messrs CULLIN & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1873 Memorial 60/268

WILLIAMS, Joseph clerk to WH WADEY solicitor Adelaide 1874[-1876] Memorial 50/278

WILLIAMS, Joseph clerk Adelaide 1877 Memorial 85/297

WILLIAMS, Joseph the Younger clerk Adelaide 1879[-1901] Memorial 13/313

WILLIAMS, Josh the Younger law clerk Parkside 1882[-1891] Memorial 142/347

WILLIAMS, Jos law clerk Parkside, employed by Edwin J COX solicitor Adelaide 1884 Application 27487

WILLIAMS, Joseph the Younger law clerk Parkside 1902 Application 24377

No 2

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Battunga 1850 Memorial 444/25

WILLIAMS, Joseph formerly gardener Adelaide but now farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1854 Memorial 29/78

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Watergate near Macclesfield 1854[-1860] Memorial 155/70

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Watergate 1890 Application 21904

No 3 - likely to be the same person

WILLIAMS, Joseph carpenter Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 5/61

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Peachey Belt 1859[-1860] Memorial 174/150

WILLIAMS, Joseph gentleman Black Springs 1863[-1864] Memorial 22/191

WILLIAMS, Joseph gentleman Black Springs [near Burra] 1863 Memorial 35/192

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Black Springs 1865[-1866] Memorial 144/203

WILLIAMS, Joseph Esquire Black Springs 1867 Memorial 114/226

WILLIAMS, Joseph Esquire Black Rock 1871 Memorial 139/251

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Black Springs near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 13 Page 77 County Dalhousie

No 4

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Melrose 1871[-1898] Memorial 151/256

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Melrose and Jessie Maria Williams his wife 1895 Memorial 45/425

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Hundred of Melrose 1903 Memorial 225/449

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Melrose, died 12/9/1913. His wife, Jessie Maria Williams, had pre-deceased him on 15/2/1906 intestate. Her estate worth £20. Parents of Lilly Rodway Williams spinster Melrose 1914 Memorial 179/471

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher and baker Melrose, died 12/9/1913. Father of Lilly Rodway Williams spinster Melrose, Jessie Rodway Williams a minor and Joseph Rodway Williams a minor. Estate worth £2,500 Memorial 180/469

No 5

WILLIAMS, Joseph cordwainer Kapunda and Jane Williams his wife formerly Jane MARTIN widow 1872 Memorial 11/259

No 6

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 65 County Daly

No 7

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 124 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Joseph carter Redruth 1882 Memorial 64/345

WILLIAMS, Joseph out of business Redruth near Kooringa, died 8/5/1911. Father of John Andrew Stephen Williams Methodist minister Millicent, Thomas James Williams no description and William Joseph Williams farmer Ironmine Aberdeen near Kooringa Memorial 190/488

WILLIAMS, Joseph carter Redruth Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

WILLIAMS, Joseph out of business Redruth, died 8/5/1911. He could not write. He left his £700 in trust to be sold and the income on the invested proceeds to go to his son, Thomas James Williams, for life. Afterwards, the fund to be divided equally amongst all the children of Joseph Williams - John Andrew Stephens Williams, Rosina Ann LOCKETT, Eliza Jane RADFORD and William Joseph Williams Application 27482

No 7

WILLIAMS, Joseph builder Adelaide 1886 Memorial 203/380

WILLIAMS, Joseph builder Gouger St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William POPE solicitor Adelaide, to manage the estate of Walsingham Weston TUXFORD, for whose estate he was an executor 20/1/1887 Deposit 57/1887

WILLIAMS, Joseph builder Gouger St, Adelaide, died 1/1/1910 Adelaide Hospital, of carcinoma of the hip, aged 80. Born in London, England, he had been 54 years in SA. He married aged 22. 1 son and 2 daughters living. 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased 1916 Application 26509

No 8

WILLIAMS, Joseph butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 9

WILLIAMS, Joseph farmer West Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

No 10

WILLIAMS, Joseph of Water St, North Kensington Park and Susan Williams his wife Co Adelaide. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 114 County Chandos

WILLIAMS, Joseph Elijah storekeeper Portland Estate 1864 Application 5734

No 1

WILLIAMS, Joseph George miner Kapunda 1864[-1875] Memorial 255/198

WILLIAMS, Joseph George formerly of Kapunda but now of Jung Jung Vic 1885 Application 20747

WILLIAMS, Joseph Wilfred farmer Ironmine near Kooringa, died 14/2/1924. Husband of Phillipa Jane Williams. Father of William Thomas Godfrey Williams, Joseph Wilfred Williams farmer Ironmine and James Stanley Williams; also Hilda Eliza Williams, Vera Phillipa Williams and Harriett Victoria Virene?? Williams Memorial 130/490

No 1

WILLIAMS, Josiah miner Kapunda 1851[-1858] Memorial 331/35

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

WILLIAMS, Josiah gentleman England 1860 Memorial 178/164

WILLIAMS, Josiah gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Penzance, Cornwall, England 1863 Memorial 332/187

WILLIAMS, Josiah Esquire Penzance near Redruth, Cornwall, England, power of attorney to Thomas PHILLIPS gentleman Adelaide, and Benjamin BESANKO gentleman Unley, to manage his SA business affairs 19/1/1863 Deposit 124/1863

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WILLIAMS, Josiah miner Kapunda 1869 Application 10108.

No 4

WILLIAMS, Josiah farmer Plympton 1853 Memorial 400/54

WILLIAMS, Josiah of Plympton Member of the West Torrens Land, Building and Investment Society 1856 Memorial 228/102

WILLIAMS, Josiah butcher Plympton 1859 Memorial 298/155

WILLIAMS, Josiah formerly farmer Plympton but now butcher Copperfield Qld 1875 Memorial 95/284

WILLIAMS, Josiah butcher Copperfield Qld, power of attorney to Henry RYMILL and Frank Rymill agents Adelaide, to sell his real estate in the village of Plympton and settle his SA business affairs 29/6/1875 Application 16400, Deposit 195/1875

WILLIAMS, Laomi miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 25/37

No 1

WILLIAMS, Lavinia spinster PO Pandappa Dam 1886[-1892] Memorial 85/379

WILLIAMS, Lavinia spinster Pandappa Well 1890 Memorial 125/406

WILLIAMS, Lavinia spinster Whyte Yarcowie. Francis Williams mentioned but not described 1894 Memorial 27/421

WILLIAMS, Lewis Edward bootmaker Brownlow. Brownlow (Hundred of Dudle) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 11 Page 44 County Carnarvon

WILLIAMS, Lionel Walter company secretary Adelaide 1936 Secretary for Goldsbrough Mort & Co 172-174 North Tce, Adelaide Application 28015

WILLIAMS, Llewellyn farmer Mt Barker 1853[-1855] Memorial 356/50

WILLIAMS, Llewellyn blacksmith formerly of Mt Barker 1876 Application 15653

WILLIAMS, Llewellen gentleman formerly of Mt Barker but now of Mt Gambier1882 Application 19461

No 1

WILLIAMS, Llewellyn Andrew agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1905 Memorial 60/453

WILLIAMS, Llewellyn Andrew of Adelaide agent for the BHP Co Ltd 1911 Memorial 54/464

WILLIAMS, Margaret spinster married JB NEALES. A Jane Williams witnessed her signature in a land deal in 1861. How were these two women related?? Memorial 310/175

WILLIAMS, Margaret widow New Thebarton 1880 Memorial 11/324

No 1

WILLIAMS, Maria widow McLaren Vale 1881 Application 18505

WILLIAMS, Marianne domestic servant Kent Town [probably in the household of Sarah LOGUE widow Kent Town relict of the late Edward Logue formerly brewer Kent Town now deceased] 1866 Memorial 200/217

WILLIAMS, Mark farmer Littlehampton 1867 Memorial 220/222

WILLIAMS, Mark Henry ironmonger Adelaide (Rundle St) 1896 Memorial 76/428

WILLIAMS, Martha widow Moore Farm [probaby mother-in-law to AH DAVIS gentleman Moore Farm Reedbeds] 1848 Memorial 37/12

WILLIAMS, Mary widow Peachey Belt 1864 Memorial 324/193

WILLIAMS, Mary spinster Bowden 1884 Memorial 191/355

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLIAMS, Mary Ann widow Kapunda 1884 Application 20204

WILLIAMS, Mary Ann widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Broken Hill NSW 1919 Memorial 62/478

No 1

WILLIAMS, Matthew clerk in holy orders Alberton 1915 Application 26428

No 2

WILLIAMS, Matthew farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 196 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Matthew contractor Millicent. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 199 County Grey

No 3

WILLIAMS, Matthew fellmonger Pt MacDonnell. Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1882 Grant Book 30 Page 279 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Matthew labourer Pt MacDonnell. Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1897 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Matthew John licensed victualler Adelaide (Flinders St) purchased the unexpired lease of the Oakfield Hotel, Flinders St, from John Armstrong for £25 in August 1894. He sold the lease again for the same amount to George BRANDS publican Adelaide in October 1894 Memorials 10 & 70/426

WILLIAMS, Maurice Ignatius grazier Burra 1950 Memorial 24/525

No 1

WILLIAMS, Michael blacksmith Kooringa 1875 Memorial 234/280

WILLIAMS, Michael blacksmith Kooringa, died 14/7/1900. His widow, Mary Ann Williams, died 20/7/1900 intestate. Letters of administration to her niece, Elizabeth Ann RAWLING married woman Broken Hill NSW to settle the estates Memorials 62/445 & RPA Search 664

WILLIAMS, Mildred Rose married woman formerly of Cultana Station, Whyalla, but now of Baldina, near Burra 1942. Daughter of Martha Julia MANN married woman Kooringa, who died 25/7/1942 Baldina Memorials 178 & 179/516

No 1

WILLIAMS, Owen labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1871 Application 11577

WILLIAMS, Owen licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1880 Memorial 8/324

WILLIAMS, Owen publican Birkenhead 1880 Application 18129

No 2

WILLIAMS, Owen hawker Unley Park 1871 Application 11428

WILLIAMS, P bank manager Pt Lincoln 1925 Memorial 3/494

No 1

WILLIAMS, Peter of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 128/342

WILLIAMS, Peter water carrier Adelaide 1851 Memorial 225/37

No 2

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 314/87

WILLIAMS, Peter and Zacharius farmers Willunga 1858[-1863] Memorial 60/134

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Willunga and WILLIAMS, Zacharias farmer Clinton, sons of the late Thomas Williams formerly farmer Willunga but now deceased by 1888 Application 21471

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Willunga and Johanna Williams his wife, Alfred Williams farmer Curramulka and Laura POINTON nee Williams wife of William Pointon farmer Curramulka 1886 Memorial 91/377

No 3

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Auburn 1866[-1867] Memorial 180/219

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Hundred of Wakefield, died 25/6/1869 near Auburn intestate. Estate worth £30. Husband of Mary Williams. Father of Sarah Jane MILDREN married woman Georgetown 1919 Memorial 17/479

No 4

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Curramulka trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

No 5

WILLIAMS, Peter of Goodwood Park 1905 Memorial 216/452

WILLIAMS, Peter farmer Lily St, Goodwood, died 7/10/1914, of acute pneumonia, aged 81. Born in Crowen, Cornwall, England. In SA 74 years. Married at 23. 4/5 Memorial 62/472

WILLIAMS, PH clerk Auburn 1874 Memorial 217/275

No 1

WILLIAMS, Philip Burn labourer Mintaro 1885 Memorial 225/371

WILLIAMS, Philip Burn labourer formerly of Mintaro but now of Williamstown Vic 1900 Memorial 93/440

No 1

WILLIAMS, Philippa Jane widow Aberdeen 1926, declared that she was 60 years old and had lived there all her life Application 27482

WILLIAMS, Phillipa Jane widow Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen), died 17/6/1945. Mother of William Thomas Godfrey Williams farmer Booboorowie and James Stanley Williams Council employe Richmond Memorial 187/519

WILLIAMS, PR Binks bank officer for HC READE bank manager Nuriootpa 1938 Memorial 35/512

WILLIAMS, RA retired civil servant Pt Elliot linked with SM Williams home duties Pt Elliot 1941 Memorial 198/515

WILLIAMS, Ralph dairyman Prospect 1894 Memorial 119/360

WILLIAMS, RB of Norwood 1857 Memorial 322/125

No 1

WILLIAMS, Richard lime burner Prospect 1848[-1849] Memorial 102/13

No 2

WILLIAMS, Richard miner SA purchased land in Victoria township near Kapunda 1851 Memorial 106/38

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 486/76

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1861 Application 2294

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Kapunda, died c1864. He left his household furniture to be equally divided absolutely between his wife, Elizabeth Ann Williams and his son, Thomas Williams carter Kapunda. Certain land in trust to support the testator’s wife until her death or remarriage, and his daughter, Constance Augustine Williams, until she turned 21 or married. After his wife’s death, his daughter to inherit the land absolutely in remainder expectant. Other property in and around Kapunda to be divided equally between his two sons, Thomas and James Williams, absolutely. Thomas Williams had to give his mother 20/- a week for life or until her remarriage Application 11295 FIND – check Wife’s name and daughters.

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Kapunda, died c1864. He left his personal estate for his wife, Elizabeth Ann Williams and his son, Thomas Williams, to divide equally absolutely between them. Thomas Williams also got certain broadacres and also Kapunda allotments provided he paid his three sisters, Elizabeth, Jane and Margaret Ann Williams, £20 each. The testator’s son, John Williams, got allotments in the township of Victoria, provided he paid his mother 20/- a week until her death or remarriage. A further allotment in the township of Victoria went into trust to provide the widow with further income, to support herself and her youngest daughter Constance Augustine Williams, until the daughter turned 21 or married. If son, John Williams, then paid Constance Augustine Williams £20, he could inherit that property absolutely as well Deposit 576/1855, Enrolment 71/44 FIND – check Wife’s name and daughters

No 3

WILLIAMS, Richard the Elder and Jenefer nee HOLMAN of Crowan, Cornwall, England, were married 4/7/1830 in the parish church . Children born at Zelant Town, near Uny Zelant, Cornwall, where Richard Williams was a miner - Elizabeth c1831, William c1832, Thomas c1833, Mary c1835, Margaret Anne c1837, Richard the Younger c1841, John c1844 (Dates of baptism given in full). The family emigrated to SA. Richard Williams the Elder died 8/12/1863. His son, William Williams miner Victoria township near Kapunda, died 9/5/1857 intestate, of consumption, aged 24. In 1865. Richard Williams's son John Williams, was a licensed teacher of Victoria township. John Williams inherited the land (10 allotments in Victoria Township Section 1460 Hundred of Kapunda) which his brother William Williams had owned, and then their father inherited as heir at law. Will contained in Enrolments Application 6868

WILLIAMS, Richard gardener Kapunda, died 8/12/1863 of phthisis, aged 57. He left certain property to Thomas Williams yeoman Kapunda. Relationship, if any, not known yet Application 9135

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Kapunda, died 8/12/1863. Beneficiaries included John and Thomas Williams. Probate of the will granted in 1884 Memorial 321/192

WILLIAMS, Richard formerly miner Kapunda but now deceased 1865, father of Elizabeth Jane RICHARDS wife of John Richards labourer Brighton, Mary MANHIRE wife of Richard Manhire gold miner Scarsdale Vic, Margaret Ann WILLIAMSON wife of Richard Williamson farmer Rapid Bay, and John Williams teacher Kapunda. Thomas Williams miner Kapunda also connected with this family in some way Memorial 236/202

No 4 - perhaps linked with the previous family

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Moonta had links with North Kapunda 1867 Memorial 167/226

No 5

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Skillogolee Creek. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant [Section 3037] 1851 [Likely to be a brother to John Glanville Williams farmer Glanville Park Allen Creek near Kapunda] Memorial 12/49

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Springfield Gully Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1853 Memorial 367/81

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856[-1865] Memorial 7/251 & Application 22039

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Skillogolee Creek purchased land at Norwood 1865 Memorial 33/208

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Norwood 1866 Memorial 33/208

WILLIAMS, Richard stonemason Norwood 1868 Memorial 118/229

WILLIAMS, Richard stone mason Norwood, became a bankrupt c1870 Application 10777

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Magill Road Norwood Co Adelaide. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Belalie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 133 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 109 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 111 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Belalie. Trustee Cemetery Hundred of Belalie Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Belalie, leased on credit selection Sections 392-393 Hundred of Upper Wakefield [And moved from Belalie to Leasingham as a result] 1879 Memorial 216/313

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Greenwood Park [Likely Sections 394-395 Hundred of Upper Wakefield. Also see previous entry for Sections 392-393 H of UW] near Leasingham 1891 Application 22039

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Skillogolee Creek, died c1891. Husband of Louisa Selina Williams. Father of John Glanville Williams sheep farmer Leasingham 1908 and Richard Henry Williams (who died 1899). Also Edith LS Williams, who apparently was a daughter Application 25472

WILLIAMS, Louisa Selina widow Jamestown 1900 relict of Richard Williams farmer near Leasingham, who died c1891. She had the use of his real estate in Norwood in trust for life or during her widowhood, then to their daughter, Sarah Jane CHAPMAN wife of John Chapman farmer Jamestown, absolutely in remainder expectant. Mrs Richard Williams testified that her late husband had leased out the cottage and land in Norwood to various tenants from time to time [and presumably did the same herself under the term of her late husband’s will] Application 23979

No 6

WILLIAMS, Richard labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 128/53

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 6/57

WILLIAMS, Richard of Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 365/147

No 7

WILLIAMS, Richard stonemason Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 268/79

No 8

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer McLaren Vale 1859 Memorial 161/153

No 9

WILLIAMS, Richard yeoman Blinman. Blinman (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 163a County Taunton

No 10

WILLIAMS, Richard labourer Wallaroo and Eliza Williams his wife. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1872 Grant Book 14 Page 68 County Daly

No 11

WILLIAMS, Richard storekeeper Unley Park Co Adelaide. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 453 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Unley Co Adelaide. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874[-1876] Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Unley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Woodforde near Nairne 1881 Memorial 3/337

WILLIAMS, Richard gentleman Nairne Co Sturt. Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

No 12

COLLIER, Anna Maria widow Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

Anna Maria Collier, died 4/3/1909 North Adelaide, aged 67

David Collier and Sarah Elizabeth Acres.

son of Thomas Williams and husband of Anne nee PROSSER FIND TEST RUN TO CO KIMBERLEY

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Canowie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 129 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer near Jamestown Co Victoria owned land in the Hundred of Wonna Co Kimberley 1882 Memorial 216/338

No 12

WILLIAMS, Richard farmer near Kadina 1881 Memorial 68/329

WILLIAMS, Richard miner Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 240 County Daly

No 1

WILLIAMS, Richard Arthur boilermaker Kapunda 1915[-1925] Memorial 180/472

No 2

WILLIAMS, Richard Arthur acting district clerk Pt Elliot 1946 Application 28430

WILLIAMS, Richard Henry farmer Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

No 1

WILLIAMS, Richard Hicks farmer McLaren Vale 1858 Memorial 348/139

WILLIAMS, Richard Hicks farmer McLaren Vale, and Maria Williams his wife 1877 Memorial 66/328

No 1

WILLIAMS, Robert blacksmith Walkerville 1853[-1869] Memorial 333/49 Husband of SV Williams 1867 Memorial 3/224

No 2

WILLIAMS, Robert labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 232/80

WILLIAMS, Robert labourer Cheltenham 1856[-1861] Memorial 441/96, Application 2048

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Cheltenham 1865 Memorial 48/202

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Cheltenham, died late 1860s. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Williams, for life, then to his two daughters, Emma Williams and Harriet JAFFREY, and his son, George Williams, absolutely in remainder expectant according to the terms of his will. Robert Williams' brother, William Williams, was the executor Memorial 150/243

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Cheltenham. Husband of Sarah Williams. Daughters Emma Williams and, Harriet JAFFREY. Son George ‘I bequeath to my son George Williams one chesnut gelding and one dray, also one stack of Hay viz the one nearest to the line of rail leading from Adelaide to Pt Adelaide’. Deposits 28 & 29/1870

No 3

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Houghton 1859 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 2/162

WILLIAMS, Robert and Thomas the Younger farmers Houghton 1859 Memorial 115/524

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1865 Memorial 116/202

No 4

WILLIAMS, Robert blacksmith Gilberton 1862 Application 3511

WILLIAMS, Robert blacksmith Walkerville 1869 Application 9886

WILLIAMS, Robert gentleman Walkerville 1881 Application 18957

No 5

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer of the Wakefield near Auburn 1866 Application 7306

No 6

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Jamestown Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Robert farmer Enfield Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 7

WILLIAMS, Robert the Elder quarryman Willunga and Ellen Williams his wife 1891 Memorial 196/409

WILLIAMS, Robert labourer Willunga; husband of Ellen Williams who died 3/2/1898 intestate Memorial 207/435

WILLIAMS, Robert labourer Willunga husband of the late Ellen Williams 1898 Memorial 1/436

WILLIAMS, Robert Benjamin harbour master Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 288 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Robert Francis storekeeper Mallala 1900 Memorial 113/440

WILLIAMS, Robert Murray farmer Parilla. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 115 County Chandos

WILLIAMS, Robert William gentleman Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorials 70/88, 278/104

WILLIAMS, Saliesin Henry station manager Mt Graham near Millicent 1894 Memorial 217/423

No 1

WILLIAMS, Samuel baker Kapunda 1857[-1876] Memorial 158/114

WILLIAMS, Samuel farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 115 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Samuel [formerly baker Kapunda 1857] but now of Jamestown 1876 Application 15493.

No 2

WILLIAMS, Samuel mason Hindmarsh 1868[-1871] Memorial 90/233

No 3

WILLIAMS, Samuel no description linked with Section 4 Hundred of Kanyaka 1888 Memorial 135/389

WILLIAMS, Sarah married woman Blyth 1923 Application

WILLIAMS, Sarah Elizabeth of Kent Town. Alfred Williams mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 46/388

No 1

WILLIAMS, Solomon miner Kooringa 1850 Memorial 30/28

WILLIAMS, Solomon the Elder miner Kooringa son of Samuel Williams of Redruth, Cornwall, England, died c1868. He left real estate to his eldest son and heir at law, Solomon Lewis Williams the Younger brickmaker York township Port Road. Executor: Solomon Williams the Elder's mother-in-law, Margery WILCOX of Hindmarsh and in the event of her decease, her son, Richard Wilcox of Hindmarsh Memorials 184 & 185/232

27225.

WILLIAMS, Solomon miner Penshurst Vic, died 16/4/1860, of hernia and enteritis, aged 48. Son of Samuel Williams, a miner of Redruth, Cornwall, England. Solomon Williams had lived in SA for 4 years and in Vic for 8 years. He had married at Ashburton, England, to ? WILCOX. Issue of one son, Solomon Junr and a deceased daughter. Patrick D Baker, Teacher National School Penshurst Vic, wrote on 17/4/1860 to Mrs Margery Wilcox of Hindmarsh, to give the news that her son-in-law had died 'this morning at 25 mins to 8am from stoppage in the bowels. He had only been ill for 2 days and a half before he died. At my request, he allowed me to draw up a holograph will in favour of his son and appointing you as Executrix, and in the event of your death your son Michael Wilcox to act as executor … I was with him during the greater part of his illness until he died, he was perfectly sensible up to within 2 minutes of his death and perfectly reconciled to meet his maker.' Richard Wilcox of Hindmarsh the person mentioned in the will as the executor 'To my son Solomon Williams 4 acres of ground and all buildings thereon (lots 56 & 59 at York), and also the sum of £18/6/3 now lying in the hands of the police magistrate at the Burra Mines. £36, one gold ring, one gold keeper one silver ring, a silver guard and a silver purse and about half an ounce of gold now lying in the Bank of Australasia at Sydney'. The son, Solomon Lewis Williams, brickmaker York, in 1878 Application 16563No 2

WILLIAMS, Solomon tinsmith Clare 1870 Application 10751

WILLIAMS, Solomon tinsmith Clare Co Stanley. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 476 County Victoria

No 3

WILLIAMS, Solomon the Younger ironmonger Clare Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 6 County Dalhousie

WILLIAMS, Solomon ironmonger Clare Co Stanley. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Solomon ironmonger Clare 1880[-1897] Memorial 138/325

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis brickmaker York township Port Road son of the late Solomon Williams formerly miner Kooringa but now deceased] 1868 Memorial 185/232

WILLIAMS, Solomon brickmaker York 1880 Application 18222

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis brickmaker York 1870 Application 10902

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis husband of Sarah Emily Williams nee WHITE [possibly of Pt Adelaide] brickmaker York township Port Road 1884 Memorial 125/423

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis brickmaker York 1895 had lived in the area since at least c1855 Application 22987

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis brickmaker York 1910, declared that he had live at York for 44 years Application 25705

WILLIAMS, SL JP of Craig Road, Kilkenny 1921 Memorial 140/484

WILLIAMS, Solomon Lewis brickmaker Findon. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

WILLIAMS, Solomon Nicholls of Clare 1858 Memorial 9/148

No 1

WILLIAMS, Sophia widow Kapunda 1857[-1865] Memorial 168/118

WILLIAMS, Sophia widow formerly of Kapunda but now of Victoria township near Kapunda linked with Thomas Williams miner Allen Creek 1859 Memorial 109/149

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner formerly of Allen Creek 1859 but now of Kapunda 1877 Application 15758.

WILLIAMS, Sophia widow Kapunda, mother of Thomas Williams farmer Baldina 1890 Memorial 67/402

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Cobalt St, Railway Town Broken Hill NSW, died 25/7/1901 [prob a son of Sophia Williams widow Kapunda 1857]. Husband of Caroline Williams nee PRIOR (born 16/5/1837). Father of William Henry Williams grazier Broken Hill NSW, Samuel James Williams, Thomas Walter Williams, Daniel Edward Williams, Charles Hammer Williams, James William Henry Williams, and Jonathan Stephen Williams; also Elizabeth Prior MARCH wife of Samuel March builder Kapunda, Mary Frances DYER wife of James Dyer, Caroline LANGSFORD wife of George Langsford, Sophia O'BRIEN wife of James O'Brien, and Martha Jane JAMES wife of William James Memorial 165/444 & RPA Search 1086

WILLIAMS, Spencer Clarence land agent Pt Adelaide linked with Harriet Mary Williams married woman Belair 1919 Memorial 64/478

No 1

WILLIAMS, Stephen Grenville farmer Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1899 Grant Book 7 Page 97 County Buckingham

WILLIAMS, Stephen Grenville farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 99 County Chandos

No 1

WILLIAMS, Stephen Thomas farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 144 County Daly

WILLIAMS, Stephen Thomas farmer Malvern 1924 Memorial 11/491

No 1

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Dorchester, Dorset, England but now of Adelaide 1839[-1840] Memorial 203/419

No 2 - The Hermitage Williams family

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1840 Memorial 55/385

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] The Hermitage near Adelaide and Catherine Williams his wife. Elizabeth Williams spinster The Hermitage also mentioned 1842[-1843] Memorial 74/2

WILLIAMS, Catherine widow 15 Park St, Windsor, Berks, England, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT, Charles LYONS and Charles Sydney Leader land and commission agents Adelaide, to manage the invested estate of her late husband, Thomas WILLIAMS, who died 2/12/1881. Document signed 9/6/1882 Deposit 292/1882

No 3

WILLIAMS, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide took out a lease on the Miner's Arms Hotel Rundle St (Pt TA 42) at £100 a year from EB PENNY gentleman Adelaide 1849. He sold the remainder of the lease to James TREWARTHA mineral agent Adelaide for £200 in 1850 Memorials 319/15, 291/24

WILLIAMS, Thomas livery stableman Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 11/46

WILLIAMS, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide assigned the lease of the Sir John Barleycorn Hotel Rundle St, Adelaide, to Mary BAILEY widow Adelaide for £600 in 1855 Memorial 38/80

WILLIAMS, Thomas no description took out a 7-year lease of the Paradise Bridge Hotel 'with the land adjoining the same containing about 1 acre … and a right of way to the River Torrens through the garden reserved', at £100 for the 1st year and £140 a year for the remainder of the term from Joseph IND in 1855. The landlord agreed to make improvements; 'The stabling to be well finished, stockyards to be erected substantially, the garden to be fenced off and also a brick or stone kitchen to be erected and all to be fenced and finished within the first year of the term by and at the expense of the said Joseph Ind'. Memorial 315/88

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire Paradise 1859 Memorial 386/160

WILLIAMS, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide, bought the unexpired lease on Pt TA 78 [the Blenheim Hotel] from Joseph CURNOW for £150 in 1861. Thomas Williams assigned the remainder of the unexpired lease to Theophila Pauline JONES widow Morphett Vale for £50 in 1866 Memorials 2/175, 86/211

No 4

WILLIAMS, Thomas gentleman Section 333 Survey B Highgate 1850[-1859] Memorial 248/25

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Walkerville 1853 [He must have moved to Walkerville for a period and then returned to Highgate. Not to be confused with Thomas Williams the Elder who came from The Hermitage nr Houghton to live in the vicinity of Walkerville by the mid-1860s, nor with the Thomas Williams family who established The Hermitage Estate] Memorial 401/51

No 5

WILLIAMS, Thomas land owner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 224/36

WILLIAMS, Thomas no occupation or address [land owner Kooringa Land grant] died 27/12/1851 District of the Murray, of bilious fever, aged 34. W BRUSE informant, Thomas GRANT deputy registrar Kooringa Application 54.

No 6 - the Elder and the Younger; not to be confused with the Thomas Williams family who owned The Hermitage Estate. Were the two families related?

WILLIAMS, Thomas [probably the Elder] farmer Dry Creek 1851. Wesleyan Methodist member - trustee for church land at Northfield. Memorial 153/31

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Elder farmer The Hermitage near Houghton linked with Thomas Williams the Younger farmer of the same address 1859 Memorial 335/155

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer The Hermitage near Houghton 1859 Memorial 76/157

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Houghton 1859 Wesleyan Methodist member Memorial 2/162

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Elder farmer formerly of Dry Creek 1855, then of The Hermitage 1859 but now of Hampstead 1865, linked with Thomas Williams the Younger formerly of The Hermitage 1859 but now of Dry Creek 1865. Linked with Robert Williams farmer Hampstead Applications 6464, 7186.

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Elder farmer near Walkerville 1866 Application 7897.

No 7 - the First

WILLIAMS, Thomas the First farmer Willunga 1847[-1856] Memorial 495/9

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Willunga 1846. He died 26/7/1858, leaving a very complicated will. His son, Thomas Williams the Second formerly farmer Willunga then of Oakleigh Vic had died by 1906. His son, Thomas Williams the Third, farmer Willunga, had also died by that date. Other children of Thomas Williams the First included William Williams (already died by 1858, who had children William Williams and Sarah Williams), Peter Williams, Zacharias Williams, Honor MARSHALL, Jenepher Bennett JAMES, and Sarah THOMAS Application 25199.

WILLIAMS, Thomas the First farmer Willunga, died 26/7/1858. His wife, Honor Williams, received an annuity from her husband's estate for her lifetime. Their son, Zacharias Williams, was a farmer of Clinton by 1896 Application 23119.

No 8 - the Second

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Second farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 156/100

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Second farmer formerly of Willunga but now of Oakleigh Vic 1891 Memorial 133/407

No 9

WILLIAMS, Thomas bricklayer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 185/23

WILLIAMS, Thomas builder North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 82/65

WILLIAMS, Thomas builder North Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Hannah Williams, to manage his SA business affairs, including the sale of Town Acre 952 on Barton Tce, North Adelaide, to a suitable purchaser (house on the site) 12/8/1863 Deposit 321/1864

WILLIAMS, Thomas builder formerly of North Adelaide but at present absent therefrom 1865 [He must have left for abroad in 1863, as he gave his wife, Hannah Williams, power of attorney to manage his affairs at that time] Memorials 116, 279/200

No 10 - likely to be indentified with the previous entry, as Thomas Williams the builder disposed of much of his SA real estate in the mid-1860s

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1859 Memorial 258/158

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1865[-1872] Memorial 59/202

No 11

WILLIAMS, Thomas turner Adelaide (East side of Leigh St on TA 111) 1850 Memorial 112/20

WILLIAMS, Thomas of Adelaide, a member of the General Land and Building Company 1853 Memorial 454/48

No 12

WILLIAMS, Thomas slate merchant Willunga 1851[-1854] Memorial 459/48

No 8

WILLIAMS, Thomas licensed victualler Britannia Hotel, Norwood 'at the corner of the Kensington and Payneham and Brownhill Creek roads' 1851 Memorial 163/30

WILLIAMS, Ann widow Norwood 1852[-1866] Memorial 123/44

WILLIAMS, Ann widow and executrix of the late Thomas Williams publican Britannia Hotel, Norwood. He died c1852 Memorial 99/72

WILLIAMS, Ann widow The Parade, Norwood 1863 Memorial 19/190

WILLIAMS, Ann widow Norwood 1866 Memorial 118/306

WILLIAMS, Ann widow formerly of Burnside but then of Adelaide, died 17/9/1877 Adelaide. Estate worth £200. She left bequests to Jane LOCKWOOD wife of Joseph Lockwood storekeeper Burnside, and Mrs Lockwood's daughters, Mary Ann Lockwood, Frances Hannah Lockwood and also Sarah GOODEN wife of George Gooden the Younger (was she a Miss Lockwood?). Joseph Lockwood to be the executor Application 27258

WILLIAMS, Thomas mason Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 220/42

No 13

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer South Para 1854[-1865] Memorial 186/75

No 14

WILLIAMS, Thomas Wesleyan Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1854 He included Magill in his circuit Memorial 143/74

WILLIAMS, Thomas Wesleyan Methodist Minister Adelaide 1854 Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel minister Memorial 93/99

WILLIAMS, Thomas Wesleyan Methodist Minister formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Creswick Creek Vic 1865 Application 6372.

No 15

WILLIAMS, Grace of Redruth 1857 Memorial 59/124

WILLIAMS, Thomas butcher Redruth, died 2/5/1859. Husband of Grace Williams . Father to Christopher, Henry, Ralph, James and John Williams Memorial 65/453

No 16

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 285/142

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 'about 2 miles S-E from Stirling Hill Trig Station' 1858 Memorial 333/139

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1866[-1876] Memorial 212/211

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn and Catherine Williams his wife formerly Catherine HARRIS 1873 who was still Catherine Harris in 1870 Memorial 91/265

WILLIAMS, Thomas carter Strathalbyn 1875 [described as farmer Strathalbyn again by 1876] Memorials 240/282, 162/290

No 17

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire Adelaide 1859 Memorial 41/161

WILLIAMS, Thomas Esquire formerly of Gumeracha but now in England held land under mortgage 1866 Application 7586

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Lower Finniss 1861 Memorial 210/177

No 18

WILLIAMS, Thomas commercial traveller and dealer Wentworth NSW left his estate to Elizabeth DOUGLAS (usually named Lizzie Douglas) spinster The Reedbeds near Adelaide now the only unmarried daughter of the late James Douglas no description now deceased 1864 Memorial 14/201

WILLIAMS, Thomas formerly commercial traveller and dealer Wentworth NSW but now deceased had links with SA 1865 Memorial 14/201

No 19

WILLIAMS, Thomas of Kapunda an infant of the age of 14 years in 1865 - therefor born c1851 Memorial 201/201

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner formerly of Kapunda 1865 but now of St Clunes Vic 1876 Application 15582.

No 20

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 236/202

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner Kapunda 1865 Application 6383.

WILLIAMS, Thomas carter Kapunda linked with Elizabeth Ann Williams widow Kapunda 1869, relict of the late Richard Williams miner Kapunda, who died 8/12/1863 Memorial 196/243

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner Kapunda, died 9/4/1904. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Williams. Estate worth £155. Memorial 58/451

WILLIAMS, Thomas miner Kapunda, died 9/4/1904. His widow, Elizabeth Jane Williams, died 28/6/1911. Parents of two daughters - Elizabeth Jane STANDEN married woman Kapunda (who lived with her parents) and Frances Alice Sarah IRVINE married woman Delagoa Bay, South Africa 1911 Application 26094.

No 21

WILLIAMS, Thomas farm labourer Willunga 1866 [Possibly not a member of the large Thomas Williams farming family of Willunga as the farm labourer probably lived in St Andrew's Tce] Application 7999

No 22

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Precolumb near Gawler 1869 Memorial 123/236

No 23

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1871 Memorial 85/255

No 24 - perhaps a continuation of No 23

WILLIAMS, Thomas gentleman Moorak. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1873 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Thomas manager Moorak near Mt Gambier [William James BROWNE's estate] 1873[-1888] Memorial 147/266

WILLIAMS, Thomas station manager Mt Gambier 1885 Memorial 82/373

WILLIAMS, Thomas station manager Moorak near Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20741.

WILLIAMS, Thomas station manager Moorak, died 21/9/1899, of diabetes, carbuncle and 8 weeks' asthenia, aged 62 Application 26006.

No 25

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

No 26

WILLIAMS, Thomas retired miner Kapunda bought land in Kapunda just brought under the RPA 1878 Application 16866

No 27 – the Younger, son of Thomas Williams the Elder of Houghton and Hampstead

WILLIAMS, Thomas storekeeper Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 442 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Thomas storekeeper Caltowie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Thomas storekeeper Caltowie. Trustee Cemetery Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Modbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 185 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria 1877[-1878] Grant Book 13 Page 13 County Dalhousie

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 111 County Stanley

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Caltowie. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 414 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 49 Page 8 County Newcastle

WILLIAMS, Thomas the Younger farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 71 County Not named

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Caltowie Co Victoria. Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 29 County Granville

WILLIAMS, Thomas JP of Caltowie 1879[-1885] Memorial 102/317

No 28

WILLIAMS, Thomas of 138B Rundle St, Adelaide in leasehold premises from James SCOTT & Sons 1882 Memorial 172/353

No 29

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 90 County Stanley

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Yackamoorundie. Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1887 Grant Book 56 Page 97 County Stanley

No 29

WILLIAMS, Thomas retired miner Kapunda bought land in Kapunda just brought under the RPA 1878 Application 16866

No 30

WILLIAMS, Thomas joiner Pt Augusta 1884 Application 20109.

No 31

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Blyth. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1886 Grant Book 56 Page 364 County Stanley

No 32

WILLIAMS, Thomas farm manager Pt Augusta 1887[-1888] Memorial 47/389

WILLIAMS, Thomas farm manager Pt Augusta involved with the business of the SA Ostrich Company Ltd 1890 Memorial 60/404

No 33

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Hundred of Davenport 1890 Memorial 69/404

No 34

WILLIAMS, Thomas farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 35

WILLIAMS, Thomas bootmaker Queenstown 1891 Application 21210

No 36

WILLIAMS, Thomas printer High St, Kensington 1900 Application 24055

No 37

WILLIAMS, Thomas fisherman Robe, died 14/9/1901 intestate. Husband of Mary Williams Memorial 45/444

WILLIAMS, Mary widow Robe 1916, relict of the late Thomas Williams labourer formerly of Robe but now deceased Application 26536

No 1

WILLIAMS, Thomas Frederick accountant North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 30/54

No 2

WILLIAMS, Thomas Frederick licensed victualler Globe Hotel Gawler 1905[-1907] Memorial 13/453

No 1 - the same person or two different persons??

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 38/20 Esquire North Kensington 1851 Memorial 369/37

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman Kensington 1855 Memorial 134/89

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman formerly of North Adelaide but now of North Kensington 1855[-1856] Memorial 96/90

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman North Kensington 1857[-1876] Memorial 264/124

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman North Kensington 1872, brother to the late James Davis Williams Esquire late of Lefevre Tce, North Adelaide then of Payneham 1852 Application 12423.

No 1

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner Esquire Magill 1852 Memorial 51/41

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner Esquire formerly of Le Fevre Tce, North Adelaide but now of Payneham 1854 Memorial 345/76

WILLIAMS, Thomas G Chairman of the District Council of Payneham 1861 Application 2315

WILLIAMS, Thomas Gardner gentleman formerly of Payneham 1854 but now of Magill 1875 Application 14359

WILLIAMS, Thomas George blacksmith Melton. Melton (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 482 County Daly

WILLIAMS, Thomas Grenville chaff cutter Mt Gambier 1870 Memorial 220/244

WILLIAMS, TG clerk Moonta 1893 Memorial 136/418

No 1

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry Esquire Kooringa 1849 Memorial 200/18

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry copper smelter Kooringa 1849[-1856] Memorials 466/19, 402/35

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry agent Kooringa 1850 Memorial 49/28 WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry manager of the Patent Copper Company Kooringa 1853. Bought 5 sections of land ‘about 15 miles from Pt Wakefield on the road to the Burra’. Enrolment 81/18

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry Esquire Adelaide 1856 Memorial 260/100

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry sheep farmer Pt Gawler [in partnership with WJ & JH BROWNE and George EWBANK all sheep farmers Pt Gawler, a venture which must have lasted for only a short time with TH Williams in residence] 1856 Memorial 270/107

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry Esquire of Adelaide, but intending to be absent from the colony for long periods from time to time, power of attorney to Henry AYERS Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/3/1857 Deposit 311/OA

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now residing in England 1858 Memorial 230/140

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry gentleman formerly of Kooringa 1853 then residing in England 1863. Sir Henry AYERS was his local attorney Application 4015.

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry formerly Esquire Kooringa 1854 but now of parts beyond the sea 1865 Application 6565.

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Swansea, Wales 1876 Memorial 143/288

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry formerly copper smelter Kooringa then Esquire of Devon Tce, Swansea, Wales but late of 3 Cambridge Park, Bristol, Glos, England, died 22/5/1888 Memorial 191/398 & Application 28228

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry formerly smelter Kooringa, late out of business Cambridge Park, Bristol, Glos, England, died 22/5/1888 Application 28228

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry formerly Esquire Kooringa 1854 later Adelaide, then gentleman Devon Tce, Swansea, Co Glamorgan, Wales by 1876. He died c1888, at his last residence, 3 Cambridge Park, Bristol, Glos, England, leaving freehold farming property (Section 432 Hundred of Upper Wakefield) near Leasingham, out on lease Application 22457 FIND – reference for Deposit, Enrolment

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry Esquire formerly of Devon Tce, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, but late of 3 Cambridge Park, Bristol, Glos, England, died 22/5/1888. The executors appointed Sir Henry AYERS, Harry Lockett Ayers and Arthur Ernest Ayers as their attorneys to manage the SA estate for the trustees 23/9/1889.

No 2

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry miller Mt Gambier 1868[-1901] Memorial 32/236

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry miller Mt Gambier 1870[-1881] Application 10916, 18446

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry miller Mt Gambier. Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 321 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry grain merchant Mt Gambier 1897 Application 23471.

WILLIAMS, Thomas Henry miller Mt Gambier 1899 Application 23877.

No 1 - TJ Williams 'commonly called Thomas Williams'

WILLIAMS, Thomas of Hindley St, Adelaide linked with William Williams publican Adelaide (Hindley St). He purchased an assigned lease for 1,000 years over Sections 1786, 1787 on the South Para River 1846 Memorial 130/7

WILLIAMS, Thomas James gentleman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 460/13

WILLIAMS, Thomas of the Little Para 1849 Memorial 421/20

WILLIAMS, Thomas James licensed victualler Little Para 1850[-1855] Memorial 394/29 Publican Old Spot Little Para River 1854[-1855] Memorial 418/62

WILLIAMS, Thomas [probably of the Little Para], owned the following assets in the Hundred of Munno Para - 'three messuages, three dwelling houses, three barns, three stables, three outhouses, three yards, three gardens, three orchards, 100 acres of arable land, 100 acres of meadow land, 100 acres of pasture land, 100 acres of woodland and 100 acres of other land' 1853 Memorial 117/57

WILLIAMS, Thomas James licensed victualler Little Para 1861 trustee and executor for the will of the late William Williams formerly of Adelaide who died c1859 Memorial 136/179

WILLIAMS, Thomas [formerly licensed victualler but then] farmer Little Para 1875, brother to the late William Williams [gentleman Adelaide, who died 17/8/1859] Application 14652.

WILLIAMS, Thomas James gentleman Little Para 1879[-1881] Memorial 187/316

WILLIAMS, Thomas James publican Old Spot Hotel Little Para 1882. In SA at least since 1849. Application 19506

WILLIAMS, Thomas publican Munno Para 1884 Application 20399.

WILLIAMS, Thomas James licensed victualler Little Para near Salisbury 1885 Memorial 136/363

No 1

WILLIAMS, Thomas William miller Mt Gambier. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1886 Grant Book 31 Page 258 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Thomas William miller Mt Gambier, had died by 1913. Surviving executors – Euphemia Williams widow Mt Gambier and Christian Friedreich Adolph RUBENKOENIG baker Mt Gambier Grant Book 31 Page 242 County Grey

WILLIAMS, Walter G of Kangarilla 1949 Application 28658No 1

No 1

WILLIAMS, Walter Louis carriage builder Enfield Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WILLIAMS, Walter Louis carpenter Baker Gully near Clarendon 1908 Memorial 125/459

WILLIAMS, Walter Lewis farmer Clarendon 1909 Memorial 146/462

WILLIAMS, Walter Louis insurance agent Kangarilla 1911 Memorial 181/465

WILLIAMS, Walter Louis farmer Baker Gully. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 101 County Adelaide

No 1

WILLIAMS, William the First - the Elder often used to visit the Emigration Commissioners' offices at 6 Adelphi Tce, London, before emigrating to SA, where he spoke with other intending emigrants. On 2/7/1839, at the age of about 30, he married 'in a room that had been set apart for divine Service and solemnisation of marriages in the parish of Trinity Church, the building of Trinity Church not having been completed at that time', Jane CATCHLOVE daughter of Edward Catchlove. William FINKE was his best man and Harriet Catchlove [the bride's sister] was the bridesmaid. William Williams the Elder died 26/4/1858 Walkerville intestate, of consumption 'which illness, however, had not been expected to terminate fatally so soon'. Father of William Williams the Younger, his first-born son (born 25/3/1838), who was the Clerk of the District Council of Waterloo in 1868. W Williams's the Elder's sister-in-law, Harriet FORBES publican Criterion Hotel, Adelaide, wife of Charles Forbes storekeeper Myponga, gave the above information on 24/9/1868 Application 9372

WILLIAMS, William publican Adelaide (The Public Land) 1838 Later licensed victualler Adelaide (Princess Victoria Hindley St) 1840[-1843] [He speculated heavily in land particularly at Kensington and Walkerville which probably led him to become a full-time auctioneer and land agent] Application 1380.

WILLIAMS, William auctioneer Adelaide purchased parcels of land at Walkerville 1844[-1845] Memorial 108/4

WILLIAMS, William brewer Walkerville 1845[-1851] Memorial 413/4

WILLIAMS, William brewer Walkerville, sold a portion of his lot 71 in Walkerville as the site for St Andrew’s Church. He was also a trustee for the church 27/7/1848 Enrolment 31/4

WILLIAMS, William brewer Walkerville declared a bankrupt on 29/11/1851. He had returned to Adelaide by 1853 [probably as an auctioneer] Memorial 442/48

WILLIAMS, William formerly licensed victualler Walkerville but now auctioneer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1854 Memorial 467/77

WILLIAMS, William brewer Pt Adelaide, became a bankrupt [Was he at the Ship Inn?] 1856 Memorial 163/232

WILLIAMS, William formerly brewer Walkerville but then bankrupt Pt Adelaide, declared an insolvent debtor on 30/6/1856. He died 26/4/1858. William JOHNSTON no description the creditors' assignee, died 21/5/1863 Memorial 81/425

WILLIAMS, Jane widow Adelaide 1869, relict of the late William Williams the Elder formerly licensed victualler Adelaide, who died 26/4/1858 intestate. Parents of William Williams the Younger gentleman Waterloo 1869 Memorial 202/236

WILLIAMS, Jane widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Stone Hut 1876 Memorial 151/292

No 2

WILLIAMS, William carpenter and builder the Public Lands Adelaide 1838 Memorial 18/10

WILLIAMS, William builder Adelaide 1838 Application 22697

WILLIAMS, William Deputy Storekeeper Adelaide. Foundation trustee Adelaide Land Company 1838 Application 19557

WILLIAMS, William formerly yeoman 1839 now gentleman Adelaide 1841 Application 7481.

WILLIAMS, William Deputy Storekeeper Adelaide 1839[-1843] Memorial 108/30

WILLIAMS, William Deputy Storekeeper Adelaide 1840. Was he a brother-in-law to Abraham Hopkins DAVIS merchant Adelaide?? Application 27158.

WILLIAMS, William formerly Deputy Storekeeper Adelaide but now farmer Reedbeds 1844 Memorial 375/77

WILLIAMS, William wine merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1846[-1851] Memorial 395/7

WILLIAMS, William licensed victualler Adelaide [City Bridge Hotel Hindley St]; Trustee Adelaide Land Company [Conjecture; AH DAVIS gentleman Reedbeds and William Henry NEALE the other trustees of the Adelaide Land Co - AH Davis m Harriott Williams; was she a sister to William Williams? Are the Adelaide Land Co and the Adelaide Land & Gold Co the same company?] 1846. Enrolment 31/7

WILLIAMS, William shoemaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1849 Memorial 339/15

WILLIAMS, William the Second [formerly shoemaker but now] publican Adelaide (Morphett St) 1849 Linked with William Williams the First brewer Walkerville Memorials 442/28, 246/118

WILLIAMS, William blacksmith South Para 1849 Memorial 206/19

WILLIAMS, William farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 282/79

WILLIAMS, William yeoman South Para 1854 He took out a 5 year lease at £4 a week on the Hand and Heart Hotel at Prospect Memorial 235/72 Thomas James Williams of the Little Para witnessed his signature 1854 Memorial 237/72

WILLIAMS, William farmer Tenafeate [perhaps Section 1650 Hundred of Para Wirra] near the South Para linked with Thomas Williams farmer South Para 1857 Memorial 254/121

WILLIAMS, William gentleman formerly of the South Para but now of North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 74/131

WILLIAMS, William gentleman Adelaide, died 17/8/1859. His wife Maria Williams, his brother Thomas [TJ] Williams licensed victualler Little Para and the testator's unnamed children mentioned in the will. TJ Williams appointed guardian of the children Memorial 221/157

WILLIAMS, William gentleman Adelaide, died 17/8/1859. He could not write. His wife, Maria Williams, and brother, Thomas Williams licensed victualler Little Para, were the executors of W Williamson's will and the guardians of his children until the youngest one turned 21 Application 26841

WILLIAMS, William gentleman Adelaide, died 17/8/1859. He had bought allotments in New Brighton during 1841. Husband of Maria Williams. His daughter, Caroline Matilda Jessie Williams, married Thomas Berry GALL solicitor Adelaide c1877/1878. The New Brighton allotments became part of a marriage settlement 1923 Application 27185

No 3

WILLIAMS, William farmer Plympton 1846 Memorial 240/227

WILLIAMS, William labourer Plympton 1851 Memorial 164/37

WILLIAMS, William farmer Plympton 1868 Application 9062.

No 4

WILLIAMS, William & Isaac farmers Spring Gully Farm Light River 1848 Memorial 174/12

No 5

WILLIAMS, William labourer Kooringa 1851[-1870] Memorial 472/32

WILLIAMS, William miner Redruth 1851 Memorial 284/38

No 6

WILLIAMS, William the Elder gentleman North Adelaide 1851[-1857] Memorial 182/31

WILLIAMS, William the Elder gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 378/70

WILLIAMS, William the Elder gentleman Adelaide 1856 He owned land in the township of Bangor near Mt Remarkable [Father- in-law to JB NEALES?] Memorial 219/103

No 7

WILLIAMS, William drayman Alberton 1854 Memorial 273/79

WILLIAMS, William labourer Queenstown 1873 Application 13184

WILLIAMS, William labourer Queenstown 1886 Application 21120.

WILLIAMS, William formerly drayman Alberton 1854 but now labourer Queenstown 1890 Application 21967

No 8

WILLIAMS, William farmer Eton near Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 183/76

No 9

WILLIAMS, William miner Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 101/75

No 10

WILLIAMS, William merchant Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 356/82

No 11

WILLIAMS, William carpenter Portland Estate 1856[-1878] Memorial 132/111, Application 22331,16482, 20945

WILLIAMS, William builder Portland Estate 1868 Memorial 229/229

WILLIAMS, William builder Pt Adelaide trustee of the Loyal Duke of Portland Oddfellow's Lodge Friendly Society 1869 Memorial 35/242

No 12 - perhaps a continuation of No 11

WILLIAMS, William contractor of the firm of SMITH & Williams contractors Elder Road, Birkenhead, died 1911. Husband of Ellen Leah Williams. Partner; John Smith shipwright Birkenhead Memorials 208/465 & 3/466

No 13

WILLIAMS, William miner Bowden 1850 [had apparently died by 1870]. Linked with Thomas Williams miner Ballarat Vic but at present on a visit to Adelaide 1870 [when he initially failed to bring Allotment 663 Bowden under the RPA] Application 10855.

WILLIAMS, William gentleman Bowden 1857 Memorial 34/119

No 14 - son of William Williams the First

WILLIAMS, William licensed victualler Gumeracha, 7 year lease at £3 per week for the Hamilton Hotel Hamilton on the Light from the owner George ROBERTSON gentleman Hamilton 1864[-1865] Memorial 345/196

WILLIAMS, William gentleman Waterloo township 1868 eldest son and heir at law of the late William Williams formerly licensed victualler Adelaide who died 26/4/1858 Memorial 27/231

WILLIAMS, William the Younger gentleman Waterloo linked with Jane Williams widow Adelaide [relict of the late William Williams the First who died 26/4/1858] 1869 Memorial 202/236

No 15

WILLIAMS, William farmer Hampstead 1864 Memorial 269/196

WILLIAMS, William farmer [formerly of Hampstead but now of] near Millbrook 1881 Memorial 136/329

WILLIAMS, William farmer Millbrook transferred real estate in trust to his wife, Frances Ann Williams for life, then to their son, Charles Frederick Williams farmer Bendleby absolutely in remainder expectant 1887 Application 21307.

No 16

WILLIAMS, William miner Kanmantoo 1864 Memorial 275/193

WILLIAMS, William miner Kanmantoo 1870 Application 24265.

No 17

WILLIAMS, William labourer Portbridge [near Pt Adelaide] 1866[-1879] Memorial 226/215

WILLIAMS, William labourer Portbridge Pt Adelaide, died 11/11/1899. He left his estate in equal shares to his nephews and niece, children of his late brother, Edward Williams - Margaret REES, Henry Williams, William William the Younger, Edmund Williams, and Mary LAMBERT Application 28253.

WILLIAMS, William labourer Connor St, Glanville, died 11/11/1899 Adelaide Hospital. Brother to the late Edward Williams (husband of Margaret Rees Williams now widow Semaphore Rd, Semaphore). Uncle of Henry Williams, William Williams, Edmund Williams and Mary LAMBERT (wife of Joseph Murrell Lambert), children of the late Edward Williams. Uncle of William PRICE schoolmaster Mt Gambier (Son of the testator's late sister, Mary Price). Executor; Richard BRAY builder and Mayor of Semaphore, Semaphore Road. Estate worth £150 Memorial 112/439

No 18

WILLIAMS, William labourer Stirling East and his wife, Sarah Williams, daughter of Stephen GOULD yeoman Stirling East 1867 Memorial 180/226

WILLIAMS, William gardener Stirling East 1874[-1880] Memorial 204/273

WILLIAMS, William carter Stirling East 1885 Application 20472

WILLIAMS, William gardener Stirling East 1886 Application 20856

WILLIAMS, William labourer Stirling East, administrator for the estate of Sarah Williams married woman Stirling West deceased intestate. He had to consider the interests of Esther Matilda Williams spinster Stirling West, Dorothy Williams and Estelle Williams both infants residing with their mother (Alice Williams widow Upper Sturt), George Williams labourer Gundagai NSW, and Alice Elizabeth Williams minor born October 1884 Stirling West 1902 Application 24391

WILLIAMS, William labourer Stirling East. His wife, Sarah Williams, died 20/12/1901 Memorial 215/445

WILLIAMS, William wood carter Stirling East 1913 Application 26204

No 19

WILLIAMS, William storekeeper Portland Estate [Allotment 417] 1868 Application 9365

No 20

WILLIAMS, William carter Mitcham 1870 Memorial 170/246

WILLIAMS, William farmer Lower Mitcham 1874 Memorial 162/277

WILLIAMS, William farmer and carter Lower Mitcham 1875 Memorial 89/280

WILLIAMS, William farmer Lower Mitcham 1879 Application 17650.

No 21

WILLIAMS, William of Gum Creek near Kooringa, eldest son and heir at law of David Williams formerly smelter Kooringa then farmer Gum Creek but now deceased 1869[-1880] Memorial 177/243

No 22

WILLIAMS, William coachbuilder Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 123/266

No 23

WILLIAMS, William farmer Balhannah Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 228 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, William farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

WILLIAMS, William of Crystal Brook 1888 Memorial 198/391

No 24

WILLIAMS, William bootmaker Kapunda 1885 Memorial 162/368

No 25

WILLIAMS, William printer Glenelg 1916 Application 26514.

No 26

WILLIAMS, William and Thomas Oliver, trading as Williams & Co foundry operators Mt Gambier for 13-14 years from c1898 Application 27973

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith Bowden Co Adelaide. Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 94 County Gawler

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith Bowden 1857[-1861] Memorial 228/122

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith Brompton 1860 Application 1231.

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith Brompton 1861 Memorial 232/170

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn yeoman Brompton 1863 Memorial 12/195

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith Bowden Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bremer land grant 1868[-1869] Grant Book 36 Page 43 County Hindmarsh

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn gentleman Brompton 1872 Memorial 85/258

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn yeoman Bowden 1864 Memorial 139/199

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn blacksmith formerly of Bowden but now of Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 27/213

WILLIAMS, William Brabyn gentleman Brompton 1879[-1882] Memorial 1/319

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Eddy timber orderman Pt Lincoln 1928[-1929] Memorial 35/499

WILLIAMS, William Eddy timber orderman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Pt Pirie 1945 Memorial 191/518, Application 28395

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Henry brewer Kooringa 1864 Memorial 133/199

WILLIAMS, William Henry brewer formerly of Burra 1874 but then of West Maitland NSW became a bankrupt in 1879 Memorial 241/318 & Deposit 249/1879

No 2

WILLIAMS, William Henry of Caltowie. The late J Williams mentioned but not described 1897 Memorial 222/431

WILLIAMS, John no description had died by 1892. William Henry Williams farmer Caltowie inherited estate Grant Book 24 Page 698 County Frome

WILLIAMS, William Henry farmer Caltowie 1897 Memorial 96/432

WILLIAMS, William Henry grazier Broken Hill NSW had links with Kapunda 1921 Memorial 127/484

No 3

WILLIAMS, William Henry draper Malvern. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1914 Grant Book 1 Page 306 County Adelaide

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Henry Hotspur Murray farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 95 County Chandos

WILLIAMS, William Henry Hotspur Murray farmer Jamestown 1912 Memorial 182/466

WILLIAMS, William James farmer Redruth 1898 Application 23676

No 1

WILLIAMS, William John yeoman Adelaide (Pirie St) 1852 Memorial 265/44

No 2

WILLIAMS, William John farmer Willunga linked with Peter Williams farmer Willunga and Zacharias Williams farmer Clinton 1888 Memorials 184 & 185/393

No 3

WILLIAMS, William John blacksmith Queenstown. Alberton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1900 Application 2404

WILLIAMS, William Joseph contractor Redruth 1885 Memorial 139/369

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Llewellan (sometimes called William Williams) blacksmith Mt Barker 1855[-1866] Application 7528

WILLIAMS, William Llewellyn blacksmith Mt Barker linked with William Brabyn Williams of Brompton 1862 Memorial 98/183

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Paterson shepherd Strathalbyn 1850. Family link with George GRAHAM?? Memorial 451/29

WILLIAMS, William Paterson farmer Strathalbyn 1859[-1887] Memorial 88/167, Application 21308

WILLIAMS, Isabella Paterson widow of the late William Paterson Williams farmer Long Valley, near Strathalbyn, died 1/11/1875, of fibrite of elterns and bronchitis, aged 60 1896 Application 23101

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Richard sheep farmer South Para River 1871 Memorial 58/256

WILLIAMS, William Richard sheep farmer formerly of the South Para River 1871 now of One Tree Hill 1872 Application 11980

WILLIAMS, William Richard farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1881 Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

WILLIAMS, William Richard farmer Coomooroo 1881 Memorial 38/332

WILLIAMS, William Richard out of business Adelaide 1895 Memorial 121/425

No 1

WILLIAMS, William Roy farmer 329 Cross Roads, Clarence Gardens 1943 Memorial 65/517

WILLIAMS, William Roy farmer formerly of 329 Cross Roads, Clarence Park but now of Kangarilla 1945 Memorial 192/518

WILLIAMS, William Stuart farmer Nairne 1901 Application 24229

WILLIAMS, William Thomas Godfrey farmer Burra, died 9/1/1949 Booborowie. Husband of Doreeen Flora Williams. Brother of Joseph Wilfred Williams and James Stanley Williams farmers Burra 1927. James Stanley Williams machine cutter 144 West Beach Road, Richmond in 1949 Memorial 158/524

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMS, Zacharias [the Elder] farmer Willunga 1855[-1863] Memorial 385/87

WILLIAMS, Zacharias farmer Willunga 1867 Application 8767

WILLIAMS, Zacharias farmer Willunga, died 22/4/1898, of stomach carcinoma, and 2 days' haemorrhage from this, aged 63 Application 24943 FIND DATE AND PLACE OF DEATH ZACHARIAS

No 1 – the Elder

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

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

WILLIAMS, Zacharias the Younger farmer Clinton Centre 1893 Memorial 163/416

WILLIAMS, Zacharias the Elder farmer Clinton, had died by 1904. Executors - William John Williams farmer Beulah Vic, and Zacharias Williams the Younger and Stephen Thomas Williams farmers Clinton Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly
No 2 – the Younger

WILLIAMS, Zacharias formerly the Younger farmer Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Albert Wordsworth gardener Pt Elliot 1931 Memorial 64/504

WILLIAMSON, Albert Wordsworth gardener Murray Tce, Pt Elliot 1952, declared that he had been born on 14/ 4/1888 and had lived in the district all his life Application 28787

WILLIAMSON, Alfred Albert farmhand and Arthur Joseph Williamson labourer both of Golden Grove 1955 Memorial 42/530

WILLIAMSON, Alexander farmer New Hamburgh 1860[-1863] Memorial 234/168

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Allan Clarence Clifton gardener Pt Elliot 1923 Memorial 25/488

WILLIAMSON, Allan Clarence Clifton formerly gardener Pt Elliot but now a member of the AIF 1948 Memorial 76/523

WILLIAMSON, Arthur agent Tarcowie 1882 Memorial 226/341

WILLIAMSON, Arthur Joseph retired labourer Golden Grove, died 19/3/1962 Elizabeth. Father of Arthur William Joseph Williamson of 117 Sampson Road, Elizabeth Grove Memorial 188/533

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Benjamin teamster New Melrose 1861 Memorial 231/171

No 2

WILLIAMSON, Benjamin farmer South Rhine Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

WILLIAMSON, Benjamin farmer Moorowie 1886 Memorial 132/378

No 3

WILLIAMSON, Benjamin orchardist Pt Elliot, died 11/6/1925. Husband of Phoebe Louisa Williamson. Father of Albert Wordsworth Williamson Memorial 182/493

WILLIAMSON, Edward Henry licensed victualler formerly of Waymouth St but now of Currie St, Adelaide 1895 Memorial 119/426

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Ernest Woolmer joint stock company manager Adelaide 1913 Memorial 139/468

WILLIAMSON, Ernest Woolmer Manager of the Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA Ltd 1913 Application 26243

WILLIAMSON, Ernest Woolmer company manager Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1917[-1918] Application 26577

WILLIAMSON, Ernest Woolmer company manager Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1918 Memorial 108/477

WILLIAMSON, Ernest Woolmer company manager Kingston Tce, North Adelaide 1948, Manager of the Executor Trustee and Agency Co of SA Ltd Application 28630

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Francis Frederick shoemaker Echunga 1853 Memorial 300/61

WILLIAMSON, Francis Frederick shoemaker Lower Finniss 1855[-1857] Memorial 34/92

No 1

WILLIAMSON, George mason First Creek 1849[-1851] Memorial 88/18

No 2

WILLIAMSON, George farmer Section 5311 near Woodside 1858 Memorial 148/151

No 3

WILLIAMSON, George labourer Morambra 1869 Memorial 53/242

WILLIAMSON, George labourer formerly of Morambra 1869 but now of Narracoorte 1871 Application 11751

No 4

WILLIAMSON, George farmer Emu Vale [near Black Springs Co Burra]. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 438 County Victoria

No 5

WILLIAMSON, George farmer Hundred of Erskine Co Dalhousie 1887 Memorial 170/382

WILLIAMSON, HA law clerk Adelaide 1950 Memorial 96/525

No 1

WILLIAMSON, James labourer Bowden 1854 Memorial 433/62

WILLIAMSON, James labourer Bowden 1870 Application 11159

No 2

WILLIAMSON, James farmer Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 54/116

No 3

WILLIAMSON, James miner Copperhouse 1860[-1866] Memorial 133/167

No 4

WILLIAMSON, James farmer New Hamburg near Strathalbyn 1869[-1902] Memorial 135/243, Application 24397

WILLIAMSON, James farmer Wilyaroo [formerly New Hamburg] near Strathalbyn, died 18/7/1924. Brother to Jessie Jane COLLETT wife of Thomas Collett farmer Wilyaroo near Strathalbyn and Margaret Christina Williamson spinster Wilyaroo near Strathalbyn Memorial 139/491

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

WILLIAMSON, James farmer Kadina 1885[-1894] Memorial 61/366

WILLIAMSON, James the Younger farmer Kadina 1895[-1903] Memorial 232/425

WILLIAMSON, James farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1903[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 250 County Daly

WILLIAMSON, James Aubrey articled law clerk Adelaide 1921 Memorial 132/483

WILLIAMSON, James Cassins and George MUSGROVE theatrical lessees Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Charles LYONS land agent Adelaide, to arrange for the lease to them of the Theatre Royal Hindley St, Adelaide and Theatre Royal Hotel, Hindley St 5/5/1886 Deposit 93/1886

WILLIAMSON, JH assistant clerk Kensington Park 1917 Memorial 168/475

No 1

WILLIAMSON, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853 Memorial 142/48

WILLIAMSON, John farmer Lyndoch Valley, died 1878. He left his real estate at Sandy Creek to Elizabeth WHITEMAN and her brother, Roper Whiteman, daughter and younger son of James and Anne Whiteman of Lyndoch Valley. Roper Whiteman's elder brother called Leonard Whiteman Memorial 239/308

No 2 - perhaps the same person; or perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILLIAMSON, John storekeeper Watervale 1874[-1882] Memorial 139/274, Application 19096

WILLIAMSON, John storekeeper Watervale linked with Mary Ann Williamson widow Black Springs 1876 Memorial 73/295

WILLIAMSON, John storekeeper Leasingham 1877[-1889] Memorial 221/304, Application 21562

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WILLIAMSON, John storekeeper Willaston, became a bankrupt in 1876 Memorial 107/305

No 3

WILLIAMSON, John undertaker Payneham 1939 Application 28297

WILLIAMSON, JN clerk of the local court Blinman 1874 Memorial 27/272

WILLIAMSON, Joseph mariner Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Jane Williamson his wife 1895 Application 22960

WILLIAMSON, Lewis William labourer Hundred of Erskine. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1926 Grant Book 13 Page 427 County Dalhousie

WILLIAMSON, Margaret Christina spinster formerly of Strathalbyn but then of Wilyaroo, died 18/5/1929. Aunt of John Williamson COLLETT farmer Wilyaroo Memorial 52/502

WILLIAMSON, Mary widow Hundred of Erskine. George Williamson mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 196/386

WILLIAMSON, Mary Ann widow Black Springs 1877 Memorial 154/301

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Nicholas carpenter Norwood 1851 Memorial 179/38

WILLIAMSON, Nicholas carpenter formerly of Norwood but now residing in the colony of Victoria [probably near Castlemaine] 1857 Memorial 138/126

WILLIAMSON, Nicholas formerly of Norwood but now of Victoria 1858 Application 117

WILLIAMSON, Patrick farmer near Kadina 1887 Memorial 143/386

WILLIAMSON, Robert labourer Kingston S-E, and Rebecca Williamson his wife formerly Rebecca KENDLE 1880 Memorial 81/321

WILLIAMSON, S undertaker's assistant Payneham 1924 Application 27638

No 1

WILLIAMSON, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1168

No 2

WILLIAMSON, Thomas clerk Narracoorte 1890[-1894] Memorial 211/403

No 1

WILLIAMSON, William farmer Mt Torrens 1857[-1858] Memorial 297/119, Application 99

No 2

WILLIAMSON, William builder Rugby 1893[-1902]. Payneham Cottage Homes trustee 1893 Memorial 45/417

WILLIAMSON, William builder Payneham 1926 Memorial 51/495

No 1

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis storekeeper Gawler 1850. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee. Enrolment 41/8

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Spring Vale near Gawler 1853 Memorial 64/47

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Spring Vale (Block 22 of 67 acres near the township of Gawler) 1856 Memorial 365/96

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Emu Vale Black Springs 1864 Application 5459

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Stanley land grant 1866 Grant Book 56 Page 178 County Stanley

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Emu Vale (Hundred of Stanley), died c1866. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Ann Williamson Memorial 313/209

WILLIAMSON, William Curtis farmer Emu Vale, died c1866.including 631 acres in the Hundred of Stanley, to his wife, Mary Ann Williamson absolutely. All the rest of his estate to go into trust for her use for the rest of her life. No mention of what was to happen to it afterwards. Trustees and executors: Thomas BATH storekeeper, and Thomas RICHARDS bootmaker both of Kooringa Deposit 61/1866

No 1

WILLIMOTT, George gentleman Queenstown 1864 Memorial 328/195

WILLIMOTT, George gentleman Pt Adelaide 1868 Memorial 118/234

WILLIMOTT, George chairman Pt Adelaide Permanent Land Building and Investment Association Inc 1891[-1893] Memorial 109/410

No 1

WILLIMOTT, William Charles clerk to JH RICHMAN solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 125/29

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

WILLIMOTT/WILLMOTT, William Charles gentleman Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 351/186

WILLIMOTT, William Charles clerk Queenstown 1865[-1867] Application 6332

WILLING, Thomas JP farmer Minlaton 1893 Memorial 54/417

WILLINGTON, Alfred postmaster Milang 1930 and Gertrude Willington his wife Application 27783

No 1

WILLINGTON, Charles draper Melrose 1881 Memorial 50/329

WILLINGTON, Charles Robert draper Melrose 1892 Memorial 22/414

WILLINGTON, Charles Robert storekeeper Melrose 1909 Memorial 212/461

WILLINGTON, Eric Mattinson of Melrose Clerk of the District Council of Pt Germein 1926 Application 27406

WILLINGTON, Thomas Humpstone storekeeper Melrose 1864 Application 4919

WILLINGTON, TW storekeeper Melrose 1921 Memorial 7/483

WILLIS, Bernard Garnet farmer Rapid Bay and Joyce Williss his wife 1954 Application 29031

No 1

WILLIS, Charles and Samuel farmers Tarlee 1895 Memorial 15/424

WILLIS, Charles farmer Tarlee 1909 Application 25690

WILLIS, CW labourer Auburn 1919 Memorial 156/480

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLIS, George yeoman Adelaide 1841 Application 23594

WILLIS, George yeoman Green Hills near Adelaide 1849 Memorial 54/15

WILLIS, George farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 434/54

No 1

WILLIS, Henry of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 335/31

WILLIS, Henry of North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 146/53

WILLIS, Henry tailor North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 91/82

WILLIS, Henry tailor Norwood 1856 Memorial 219/100

WILLIS, Henry tailor Adelaide 1856[-1864] Memorial 53/99

WILLIS, Henry Esquire Edwardstown 1863[-1869] Memorial 168/187

WILLIS, Henry gentleman Edwardstown 1865 Application 6313.

WILLIS, Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1863 but now of Edwardstown 1868 Application 9405.

WILLIS, Henry gentleman Edwardstown, died 12/1/1876. He left his £1,000 estate to his wife, Sarah Ann Willis Application 27467.

No 2

WILLIS, Henry leather merchant Hindmarsh 1883 Memorial 166/350

WILLIS, Henry formerly leather merchant Hindmarsh but now trust estate agent Clarence St, Sydney NSW 1893 Memorial 7/448

WILLIS, Hilda domestic duties Fitzroy 1927 Memorial 121/498

No 1

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Balaklava 1884 Memorial 140/357

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Balaklava Co Gawler. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 212 County Daly

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Tickera 1894 Memorial 77/420

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Tickera, died 22/7/1899 North Adelaide. Estate worth £600. Husband of Joanna Willis Memorial 130/439

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Tickera, died 22/7/1899. His widow, Johanna Willis, was still a farmer at Tickera in 1903 Memorial 132/448

WILLIS, James Alfred farmer Tickera, had died by 1905. Executrix – Johanna Willis widow Tickera Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

WILLIS, James Henry farmer Arden Vale 1897 Memorial 170/430

No 1

WILLIS, John and John JONES farmers Mt Barker 1854. By 1863, John Willis farmed beside the Bremer River at Langhorne Bridge. He could not write Application 4174

WILLIS, John farmer Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 360/160

No 1

WILLIS, John the Elder farmer Peachey Belt took up leasehold land in the Hundred of Waterloo 1856 Memorial 474/98

WILLIS, Joseph brickmaker Allen Creek and Maria Willis his wife 1874 Memorial 111/277

WILLIS, Mary Ann wife of Thomas Edward Willis steward Semaphore leased the Kenton Arms, Gumeracha for 5 years at £217 a year from 1892 Memorial 144/412

WILLIS, Robert farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Price land grant 1911 Grant Book 6 Page 83 County Buccleuch

WILLIS, S law clerk Adelaide 1912 Memorial 14/466

No 1

WILLIS, Samuel labourer Findon 1853 Memorial 210/56

No 2

WILLIS, Samuel farmer Day Creek near the Gilbert River 1864 Memorial 107/193

WILLIS, Samuel farmer of the Gilbert River took up leasehold land in the Hundred of Alma 1873 Memorial 186/266

WILLIS, Samuel farmer Tarlee 1874 Application 13666

WILLIS, Samuel farmer Tarlee 1877[-1887] Memorial 190/297

WILLIS, Samuel labourer formerly of Findon but now of Tarlee 1895 Application 22851

WILLIS, Samuel farmer Tarlee 1897 Application 23276

WILLIS, Sarah Anne widow Adelaide 1876, relict of the late Henry Willis formerly gentleman Adelaide 1869 Application 15117

WILLIS, Sarah Anne widow North Adelaide 1879 Application 17448

WILLIS, Sarah Ann widow of the late Henry Willis formerly tailor late farmer Adelaide [died 12/1/1876], died 26/4/1885 Kermode St, North Adelaide, of chronic nephritis, aged 60 Application 23988

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WILLIS, Samuel contractor Windsor Vic leased land in SA North-West of the Great Australian Bight 1897 Memorial 243/429

No 1

WILLIS, Stephen farmer Peachey Belt 1861 Memorial 5/174

WILLIS, Stephen farmer Dalkey. Trustee Public School Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

WILLIS, Sarah Anne widow North Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 68/306

No 1

WILLIS, Thomas of Goolwa 1857 Memorial 33/128

No 2

WILLIS, Thomas farmer The Hummocks. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 361 County Daly

No 3

WILLIS, Thomas the Younger farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Terowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 7 County Kimberley

No 4

WILLIS, Thomas labourer Stirling North. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1899 Grant Book 24 Page 670 County Frome

No 5

WILLIS, Thomas contractor Parrakie, died 8/3/1925. Estate in the hands of the Public Trustee 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 129 County

WILLISON, Brian Bruce farmer Modbury 1953 Memorial 121/528

WILLISON, George farmer Curramulka 1895 Memorial 96/425

No 1

WILLISS, Benjamin Groves farmer Rapid Bay 1913 Memorial 66/469

WILLISS, Benjamin Groves farmer Rapid Bay and Fanny Elizabeth Williss his wife 1920 Application 26857

WILLISS, Benjamin Groves farmer Rapid Bay father of Bernard Garnet Williss farmer Rapid Bay (Joyce Williss his wife) 1953 Memorial 101/528

No 1

WILLISS, George farmer McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 434/54

WILLISS, George farmer Rapid Bay 1859[-1881] Memorial 131/149, Application 1956

WILLISS, George farmer Rapid Bay, died 24/2/1895. Executor; Benjamin Groves Williss farmer Rapid Bay 1913 Memorial 53/469

WILLISS, James Burgess farmer Cape Jervis Hundred of Para Wurlie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 7 County Fergusson

No 1

WILLISS, James Henry farmer Arden Vale 1897 Memorial 170/430

WILLISS, James Henry farmer Arden Vale. Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1903 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

WILLISS, John brickmaker Bowden 1853 Memorial 139/58

No 1

WILLMETT, Sydney Walter blacksmith Goolwa 1927 Memorial 177/497

WILLMETT, Sydney Walter blacksmith Goolwa, died 25/3/1948 Adelaide. Husband of Ruby Isobel Olive Willmett. Probably parents of Allan and George Willmett mechanics Goolwa 1949 Memorials 102 & 115/523

WILLMOT, Thomas labourer Yankalilla 1860 Application 1508

WILLMOTT, Albert James the Younger farmer Hundred of Eurilpa linked with CH Willmott farmer Hundred of Yednalue 1890 Memorial 242/404

No 1

WILLMOTT, Charles gentleman Kent Town purchased the Wheatsheaf Inn near Echunga 1867[-1873] Memorial 88/235

WILLMOTT, Charles gentleman Kent Town, ‘for divers good causes and considerations’, power of attorney to Henry FOOTE licensed victualler Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/3/1873 Deposit 174/1873

WILLMOTT, Charles gentleman formerly of Kent Town 1867 but now of Adelaide 1873 Application 12515

WILLMOTT, Charles teamster Blinman paid £550 for the Emu Hotel at Black Springs from John BROAD innkeeper Hallett 1874 Memorial 110/278

WILLMOTT, Edward labourer Noarlunga 1870 Memorial 148/247

WILLMOTT, Sidney and Charles Frederick farmers Peterborough. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1920 Grant Book 13 Page 423 County Dalhousie

No 1 - probably the Elder and the Younger

WILLMOTT, William farmer Mintaro 1852[-1867] Memorial 25/45

WILLMOTT, William the Elder farmer Mintaro. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 194 County Stanley

No 2 - the Younger

WILLMOTT, William the Younger farmer Mintaro 1859[-1860] Memorial 229/151

WILLMOTT, William the Younger farmer Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Ayers land grant 1880 Grant Book 56 Page 199 County Stanley

WILLMOTT, William the Younger farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1881 Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

WILLOBY, William gentleman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 21/359

WILLOTT, John Ernest labourer Hackney 1921, and Alice Lillian Willott his wife Application 26964

No 1

WILLOUGHBY, Bartholomew farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para and Elizabeth Willoughby his wife daughter of Elizabeth WALTER no description 1879 Memorial 42/317

WILLOUGHBY, Bartholomew farmer Winninowie and Elizabeth Willoughby his wife 1897 Memorial 20/431

WILLOUGHBY, Daniel of Cunliffe 1889[-1890] Memorial 192/398

WILLOUGHBY, Miss EG spinster North East Rd, Upper Walkerville 1923 Application 27143

WILLOUGHBY, Eliza widow Adelaide 1851 Memorial 388/32

WILLOUGHBY, Henry storekeeper Adelaide 1845 Memorial 419/5

WILLOUGHBY, Joseph farmer Franklin Harbour 1888 Memorial 186/390

No 1

WILLOUGHBY, William 27 bachelor blacksmith Little Para married Mary Ann WEBB 24 spinster Little Para, on 20/6/1853 Christ Church North Adelaide. Witnesses: Robert and Ann LEE. William Willoughby died in August 1863, leaving William Absolom Blakey Willoughby, mason West Adelaide by 1900, as his eldest son and heir Application 28432

WILLOUGHBY, William married Mary Ann WEBB on 20/6/1853. William Willoughby died in August 1863. William Absolom Blakey Willoughby mason West Adelaide 1905 was the eldest son of W & MA Willoughby Memorial 77/487

No 2

WILLOUGHBY, William labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 289/87

WILLOUGHBY, William Blake blacksmith Echunga 1859 Memorial 198/157

WILLOW, Michael and Thomas labourers Newenham on the Torrens 1871 Memorial 114/263

No 1

WILLOWS, George and Lucy Willows his wife of Hindley St, Adelaide 1849 Memorial 164/52

WILLOWS, George butcher Adelaide and Lucy Willows his wife 1852[-1853] Memorial 438/45

WILLOWS, G butcher Currency Creek township 1854 Memorial 52/71

WILLOWS, John grocer Mundy St, Sandhurst Vic 1877, son of Lucy Willows who received certain income from real estate in trust for life under the will of the late Benjamin WICKHAM formerly sheep farmer Willunga 1849. After her death, her children inherited the real estate in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant Application 16087

WILLS, Alfred labourer Maitland Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 202 County Fergusson

No 1

WILLS, Allan Roy farmer Gawler 1951 Application 28801

WILLS, Allan Roy farmer Gawler 1953 Memorial 47/528

No 1

WILLS, Charles farmer Adelaide 1840 Of Kensington 1841 Application 15981

WILLS, Charles formerly farmer Adelaide 1840 but now butcher Kensington 1841 Application 15981

WILLS, Charles gardener Darley 1850 Memorial 201/27

WILLS, Charles gardener Darley on the Torrens 1852 Memorial 46/42

WILLS, Charles gardener Adelaide 1852 Memorial 302/42

WILLS, Charles gardener Fourth Creek 1858 Application 16

WILLS, Charles gardener Glynde 1866 Memorial 56/210

WILLS, Charles farmer Fourth Creek 1876 Memorial 194/288

WILLS, Charles gardener Hectorville 1888 Application 21447

No 2

WILLS, Charles of Appeannana [Appealinna?] linked with Joseph Wills stockholder Appeannana 1862 Memorial 188/181

WILLS, Charles of the Hundred of Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 85/373

No 3

WILLS, Charles teamster Narridy. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

No 4

WILLS, Charles farmer Lower Broughton 1902 Application 24494

WILLS, Edward Joseph Connor mason Kingswood Co Adelaide. Stephenson (Hundred of Palmer) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 49 Page 95 County Newcastle

No 1

WILLS, Edward Pope clerk to JH RICHMAN solicitor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 209/52

WILLS, Edward Pope writer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 330/64

WILLS, Edwin J draper Jamestown 1894 Memorial 38/420

No 1

WILLS, Francis grocer Redruth 1858 Memorial 140/138

WILLS, Francis formerly grocer 1858 but now grocer's assistant Redruth 1869 Application 10290

WILLS (perhaps MILLS?), FWR pumper Mannahill (Out of Hundreds) 1906 Memorial 142/455

No 1

WILLS, George draper Kensington & Norwood 1855 Clayton Congregational Chapel trustee Memorial 206/91

WILLS, George draper Adelaide (Rundle St) trading under the name of J & R Wills 1855 Memorial 397/91

WILLS, George draper Adelaide, power of attorney to Robert Alfred TARLTON draper’s assistant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, and in case of need, John ROBERTS gentleman Kensington 17/3/1859 Deposit 86/1861

WILLS, George and Richard drapers Adelaide 1861 Memorial 301/174

WILLS, George, George Tarltyn Wills, John Henry Wills, William Edward John BROCKSOPP, William Herbert PHILLIPPS and George Arthur JURY merchants Adelaide (Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell St) trading under the style or firm of George Wills & Co 1894 Memorial 231/426 FIND – spelling of Tarlton

WILLS, George Tarlton merchat London, Middlesex, England, partnership in London and SA, with George Wills of London, Walter HOWARD of Adelaide, John Henry Wills of London, William Edward John BROCKSOPP of London, and George Arthur JURY of Adelaide, under the style or firm of G & R Wills & Co, power of attorney to Walter Howard, to manage his SA business interests 18/6/1886. JH Wills also appointed W Howard his attorney 18/6/1886. WEJ Brocksopp lived in Adelaide by 1900, when he became an executor for the will of George HILES sheep farmer Petherton House near Hallett Deposit 135/1886

No 2

WILLS, George mail contractor Wilson. Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] (Hundred of Cudlamudla) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 49 Page 168 County Newcastle

WILLS, Henry tailor North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 91/82

No 1

WILLS, John labourer Unley 1853[-1854] Memorial 367/57

WILLS, John labourer Mary St, Unley, died c1855. He left his estate for life to his widow, Sarah Wills, then to his children, Charles and Sarah Wills. Widow Sarah Wills of Hindmarsh, died 13/9/1892, of senile debility, aged 76. Their children, Charles Wills farmer Lower Broughton and Sarah ARMSTRONG wife of Hamilton Armstrong gardener Carrondown 1902, applied to have the Mary Street property brought under the RPA. Sarah Wills 21 Unley (Father: John Wills) had married Joseph RYLES 26 brickmaker Norwood (Father: Ephraim Ryles) on 24/8/1865 Freeman St Congregational Chapel Adelaide. Minister: CW EVAN.Witnesses: Charles Wills of Unley and William Richard STOCKBY Pt Adelaide. Joseph Ryles died May 1882. Sarah Ryles 49 widow Carrondown remarried to Hamilton ARMSTRONG 45 widower gardener Bowden (Father: Thompson Armstrong) on 17/11/1892 the bride's residence Rose St, Corrondown. Minister: NANCARROW. Witnesses: Frederick GLASSOP carpenter Brompton and Emily RYLES of Southwark Application 24440

No 2

WILLS, John gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 457/88

No 3

WILLS, John Primitive Methodist Minister Mintaro 1868 Memorial 90/232

No 4

WILLS, John gardener Forest Range 1903 Memorial 104/448

WILLS, John J gentleman Pt Adelaide 1864 Memorial 164/194

No 1

WILLS, John Nathaniel gentleman Pt Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 53/44

WILLS, John Nathaniel customs officer Pt Adelaide 1852[-1867] Memorial 441/45, Applications 905, 8655

WILLS, John Nathaniel HM Customs officer Pt Adelaide father of Benjamin Wills accountant Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 237/265

WILLS, John Germein contractor Stuart Creek, power of attorney to John WALLACE solicitor Pt Adelaide, to represent his interests in the will of his late father, John Nathaniel WILLS. Other family members appear to include Margaret Wills, Samuel Wills, Frederick Goldney, Emma Goldney, Eliza Wills, Joseph Wills, Mary Catherine Wills, William Robert Wilson, Ada Wilson, William Knapman and Grace Amy Knapman 23/1/1878 Deposit 90/1878

No 1

WILLS, Joseph farmer Skillogolee Creek 1852[-1858] Memorial 71/41

WILLS, Joseph stockholder Appealinna linked with Charles Wills no description Appealinna 1861 Memorial 63/176

WILLS, Joseph formerly farmer Skilligolee Creek 1855 but now stockholder Appeannana [Appealinna?] 1863 Application 4183

WILLS, Joseph stockowner Appealinna Run 1868 Memorial 188/242

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILLS, Matilda widow Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 207/75

WILLS, Matilda widow Strathalbyn owned lots in Strathalbyn North 1856[-1857] Memorial 118/125

WILLS, Maximilian the Younger butcher Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1885 Grant Book 50 Page 116 County Robe

No 1

WILLS, Percy gardener Holbrooks Road, Underdale 1907 Memorial 153/496

WILLS, Percy gardener Underdale 1949 Memorial 25/525

No 1

WILLS, Richard draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 180/145

WILLS, Richard draper Adelaide died 4/3/1862 uncle of Elizabeth RISCHBIETH wife of Charles Rischbieth gentleman near Glenelg 1886 Memorial 19/378

WILLS, Richard draper Adelaide, died 4/3/1862. He left £2000 + certain other moneys to his niece, Elizabeth RISCHBIETH nee Wills, to be invested in trust to her use for life, then to her husband during his lifetime, then the principle to be divided equally in remaider expectant absolutely amongst her children 1891 Memorial 217/411

No 2

WILLS, Richard mason formerly of Penola but now of Bordertown 1885 Memorial 111/364

No 1

WILLS, Richard JH of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 208/390

WILLS, Richard John Henry merchant Adelaide 1892 Application 22232

WILLS, Richard John Henry died c1901. Husband of Caroline Agnew Wills now widow Adelaide, who inherited the Salt Lagoon between Sections 288, 290 and 306 in the Hundred of Dudley Memorial 71/443

WILLS, Richard John Henry merchant North Tce, Kent Town, died 5/4/1901, of typhoid fever, intestinal paraysis and exhaustion, aged 39 Application 24254

No 1

WILLS, S storekeeper Yanyarrie 1887 Memorial 240/384

No 2

WILLS, S clerk to Messrs BAKER & BARLOW solicitors Adelaide 1901 Memorial 191/443

No 1

WILLS, Samuel & Thomas labourers Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WILLS, Samuel licensed victualler Pt Pirie. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 434 County Victoria

WILLS, Samuel licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 138/300

WILLS, Samuel gentleman Solomontown 1879 Memorial 131/318

WILLS, Samuel publican Pt Pirie Co Victoria. Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 39 Page 80 County Jervois

WILLS, Samuel the Elder died not stated. His widow, Mary Elizabeth Wills, lived at Rose Park by 1927. Percy Wills gardener Holbrook Road, Underdale, belonged to this family. Florence Elsie Wills mentioned but not described Memorial 153/496

No 3 – perhaps the same person

WILLS, Samuel gentleman Norwood 1883 Memorial 237/346

WILLS, Samuel sharebroker North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 301 County Not named

WILLS, Sarah Anne widow North Adelaide 1879 Memorial 157/315

No 1

WILLS, Thomas Esquire Eastern Bank of the Bremer River 1856 Memorial 209/110

WILLS, Thomas farmer Langhorne Bridge 1857 Memorial 269/119

WILLS, Thomas farmer Bull Creek 1865 Memorial 38/207

WILLS, Thomas farmer Bull Creek 1890 Application 21969

No 2

WILLS, Thomas farmer The Little Gorge Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 225/152

No 3

WILLS, Thomas farmer Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 350 County Gawler

WILLS, Thomas William bootmaker Balhannah 1885 Memorial 192/369

WILLS, Thomas bootmaker Balhannah and Rebecca Wills his wife 1903 Memorial 127/448

WILLS, Thomas William (also known as Thomas Wills) bootmaker Balhannah and Rebecca Wills his wife 1905 Memorial 157/453

WILLS, WD & HO (Australia) Ltd tobacco merchants Adelaide (113 Grenfell St) 1917 Memorial 26/475

No 1

WILLS, William miner Adelaide (Wright St) 1847[-1853] Memorial 297/8

No 2

WILLS, William cordwainer Bull Creek 1860 Memorial 272/167

WILLS, William labourer Currency Creek 1872 Application 11897

WILLS, William gardener Paradise 1908. Brother-in-law to Mrs Eliza Wills of Ashbourne who rented land he owned at Bull Creek Application 25552

No 3

WILLS, William farmer Inkerman 1877 Application 16423

WILLS, William of Pt Wakefield 1880 Memorial 152/326

WILLS, William farmer Pt Wakefield 1882 Memorial 163/337

No 4

WILLS, William storekeeper Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

WILLS, William H of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 490/32

WILLS, William Rignold bank manager Woodside 1950 Application 28770

WILLSDON, Charles John labourer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grants 1904[-1918] Grant Book 13 Page 59 County Dalhousie

WILLSHER, Thomas labourer Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 83/108

WILLSHIRE, Henry mason Victorville 1866 Memorial 236/209

No 1 – James Doughty Willshire

WILLSHIRE, James Doughty clerk Brighton 1851 Memorial 305/36

WILLSHIRE, James D schoolmaster The Sturt 1852 Memorial 125/41

WILLSHIRE, James Doughty gentleman Section 122 Survey B 1853 Memorial 166/53

WILLSHIRE, James Doughty of the Sturt 1853[-1861] Memorial 243/55

WILLSHIRE, James Doughty teacher Darlington on the Sturt 1860[-1869] Memorial 85/201, Application 1147

WILLSHIRE, JD agent Darlington 1864 Memorial 28/202

WILLSHIRE, James Doughty gentleman Darlington on the Sturt Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

WILLSHIRE, James D of Georgetown 1876 Memorial 8/294

WILLSHIRE, James clerk Greens Plains East. Thrington (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 207 County Daly

WILLSHIRE, James agent Kadina 1886[-1887] Memorial 109/381

WILLSHIRE, Robert shoemaker Kadina 1902 Memorial 146/446

WILLSHIRE, Thomas storekeepker Blyth Hundred of Blyth 1892 Memorial 74/414

WILLSHIRE, William A schoolteacher Torrens Vale near Victor Harbor 1906 Memorial 237/455

No 1

WILLSMORE, George Arthur carrier Beverley 1887 Memorial 11/387

WILLSMORE, George Arthur carrier Adelaide (Peel St) 1904 Application 24779

WILLSMORE, George Ltd changed its name to Willsmore Carrying Company Ltd 1915 Memorial 199/472

WILLSMORE, John carter Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4484

WILLSMORE, Samuel labourer Prospect, died 25/6/1888, of an accidental fracture and dislocation of the neck, aged 64 Application 24041

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WILLSON, Charles D sheep farmer linked with Thomas Willson stockowner both of Kangaroo Island 1876 Memorial 228/292

WILLSON, Charles Danford mail contractor Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1891 Grant Book 11 Page 11 County Carnarvon

WILLSON, Charles Danford farmer Penneshaw Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1910 Grant Book 11 Page 17 County Carnarvon

WILLSON, Charles Danford farmer Kangaroo Island linked with Danford Willson farmer Penneshaw KI 1916 Memorial 115/474

WILLSON, Charles Victor farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1902 Memorial 110/446

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WILLSON, Martin and Thomas farmers Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1879 Memorial 47/318

WILLSON, Martin sheepfarmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

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WILLSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 44/27

WILLSON, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1851 Memorial 216/37

WILLSON, Thomas storekeeper Yankalilla 1853[-1855] Memorial 338/50

WILLSON, Thomas landholder Yankalilla 1859 Memorial 70/151

WILLSON, Thomas corn agent Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 300/174

WILLSON, Thomas storekeeper Yankalilla 1861 Application 2270

WILLSON, Thomas Chairman of the Yankalilla District Council 1864 Memorial 215/200

WILLSON, Thomas formerly of Yankalilla but now of Kangaroo Island 1866 Memorial 216/222

WILLSON, Thomas gentleman American River Kangaroo Island 1870 Memorial 121/245

WILLSON, Thomas [the Elder] sheepfarmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1881 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

WILLSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Yankalilla but now of Hog Bay, Kangaroo Island 1893 Application 22600

WILLSON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Hog Bay 1894 Application 22670

WILLSON, Thomas the Younger sheepfarmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 10 County Carnarvon

WILLSON, Thomas and Charles Danford farmers Kangaroo Island 1901 Application 24331

WILLSON, Thomas the Elder Esquire Lincoln Cottage Hog Bay Kangaroo Island, died c1901. Husband of Ellen Willson. Father of Thomas Willson the Younger, Charles Danford Willson and Martin Willson. Grandfather of Amy Rosalind HIBBART. T Willson owned much farmland near Yankalilla and on Kangaroo Island. He also owned a hotel near Yankalilla which he leased to John DEENEY in the 1880s-1890s. Great friends with John Woods CLAYTON storekeeper Yankalilla Memorial 8/444

WILLSON, Thomas farmer Willson's River, died 2/10/1907 Lincoln Cottage, near Hog Bay, of pneumonia, aged 62. He had a daughter called Grace Willson Application 25514

WILLSON, Thomas farmer Willson River Kangaroo Island, died 2/10/1907 Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Husband of Mary Ann Willson. Father of Albert Edward Willson farmer KI, Lincoln Willson farmer KI, Thomas Tingey Willson, Harold Valentine Willson (Big Grain Store Hog Bay), and Julia Harriet Neave wife of Samuel Francis NEAVE farmer Kangaroo Island, Maria Willson, Sarah Hibbart BLACKLER, Grace Willson, and Edith Julienne Willson Memorial 144/459

WILLSON, Thomas family 1911 - his widow Mary Ann Willson of Willson River Kangaroo Islandd; daughters Julia Harriet NEAVE married woman near Hog Bay, Kangaroo Island; Maria WILSON nee Willson married woman Blackford near Kingston S-E; Sarah Hibbart BACKLER married woman Kingston S-E; Grace Willson and Edith Zulienne Willson spinsters Willson River Kangaroo Island Memorial 146/464

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WILLSON, Thomas Tingey farmer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island grandson of Thomas Willson 1901 Memorial 187/442

WILLSON, Thomas Tingey farmer near Hog Bay Kangaroo Island 1935[-1936] 1912 Grant Book 11 Page 19 County Carnarvon