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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

A*

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*

I*

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 ]

Named Beginning 'Wilm*' to 'Wy*'

WILMOT, James of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 397/25

No 1

WILMOT, Sarah Ann spinster Payneham 1856 Memorial 406/95

WILMOT, Sarah Anne spinster formerly of Payneham 1860 now of Campbelltown 1874 Application 13915

WILMOTT, William farmer Mintaro 1852[-1861] Memorial 25/45

WILMSHURST, Alfred Henry cutter Adelaide probably a former employe of the late George Crooks SHIERLAW formerly clothier Adelaide but now deceased 1903 Memorial 50/448

WILMSHURST, CH storekeeper North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 107/354

No 1

WILMSHURST, William labourer Thebarton 1840[-1857] Application 10736

WILMSHURST, William formerly labourer 1840 but now sawyer Thebarton 1870 Application 10736

WILMSHURST, William sawyer Thebarton, bought his land from Maria Gandy in 1840 and still lived in the township 1882 Application 19251

WILMSHURST, William formerly sawyer now out of business Thebarton 1900, declared that he had lived in Thebarton since c1840, except for a year when he lived on South Road, but still visited Thebarton at least once a week Application 24072

WILSCH, Con A clerk Adelaide 1927 Memorial 181/496

WILSDON, Charles John farmer Tarcowie 1907 Memorial 152/457

WILSDON, George brickmaker Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 194/61

No 1

WILSDON, John farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousies

WILSDON, John, George John Wilsdon, Harry Wilsdon, and John James Wilsdon farmers Yarrowie 1896 Memorial 194/429

WILSEN, Henry licensed victualler Angaston 1885 Memorial 46/373

WILSMORE, Samuel carter Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

No 1

WILSON, A Sergeant of Police Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 249/52

No 2

WILSON, A clerk to Charles MANN solicitor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 29/381

WILSON, A clerk to MANN & Co of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 16/403

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, A assistant storekeeper Robe 1887 Memorial 249/386

WILSON, A store manager Innamincka 1897 Memorial 154/433

WILSON, AE labourer Bucknall Rd, Glanville 1920 Memorial 76/480

No 1

WILSON, Albert Edward engineer 18 Tyson St, Ashford Trustee Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (Employees) Adelaide District 1957 Application 29246

WILSON, Albert Edward engineer 18 Tyson St, Ashford 1957 Memorial 98/531

No 1

WILSON, Alexander master mariner ship Norah, died Calcutta 11/9/1869. He had bought land on Le Fevre Peninsula near Pt Adelaide when he came to SA in 1853. The deeds became illegible after going down with the vessel in 1861 on a voyage from Newcastle (which one?) to Hongkong. Caroline Wilson widow gave this information when she visited SA in 1870 Application 11005

No 2

WILSON, Alexander labourer Blackford near Kingston S-E 1911 Memorial 146/464

WILSON, Alexander Fraser blacksmith Nairne 1884 Application 20355

WILSON, Alex Graham accountant to the BHP Broken Hill NSW 1907 Memorial 156/457

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

WILSON, Alfred Herbert Montgomery wheelwright Darlington on the Sturt 1902 Memorial 167/446

WILSON, Alfred Herbert Montgomery coach builder Glenelg, died 22/4/1915 Perth WA. Trustees: Bertram Alfred coach builder Darlington, Norman Wilson motor mechanic Parkside; Bertram Howard Wilson civil servant Gilberton. Bertram Alfred Wilson to get real estate at Darlington. Stella Maria SPENCER married woman WA and Rose Doris Wilson minor WA to get the money from an insurance policy each. The rest of the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst Bertram Alfred Wilson, Stella Maria SPENCER, Norman Wilson motor mechanic Parkside, Cecil Sturt Wilson coach painter of parts beyond the sea and Clifford Harold Wilson farmer Edwardstown. Estate worth £600 1922 Application 27075

WILSON, Alfred Herbert Montgomery blacksmith Darlington 1925 Application 27386

No 1

WILSON, Algernon Theodore King solicitor Adelaide (Pirie St) 1901 Memorial 186/443

WILSON, Algernon Theodore King solicitor Pirie St, Adelaide 1913, declared that he was born 7/8/1863 Kensington Application 26111

WILSON, Algernon Theodore King solicitor Adelaide 1923 Application 27063

No 1

WILSON, Allen farmer Woodside and Ellen McLeod Wilson his wife 1856 Memorial 260/113

WILSON, Allen and his wife, Ellen McCloud Wilson, came to live on Section 3730 Hundred of Macclesfield in 1847. In 1862, they moved to Section 3729 Hundred of Macclesfield (which they had owned from 1847), and leased out Section 3730 Hundred of Macclesfield. John Paltridge out of business Mt Barker gave this information in 1902 Application 24405.

WILSON, Allen gentleman East Tce, Adelaide, died 6/1/1890, of chronic rheumatism, valvular heart disease and paralysis, aged 73. His widow, Ellen McCloud Wilson, died 21/4/1901 Mt Barker, of tuberculosis, aged 74 Application 24404

No 1

WILSON, Andrew farmer Gumeracha 1858 Memorial 123/154

WILSON, Andrew farmer formerly of Gumeracha but now of Horsham Vic 1886 Application 20910

No 1

WILSON, Archibald master mariner Adelaide 1849 Memorial 141/17

WILSON, Maria Mills widow 14 The Woodlands, Birkenhead, Co Cheshire, England, widow of Archibald Wilson master mariner Adelaide 1869 He had bought 4 acres of land (lots 104-107) in York township, about half way between the Port and the City of Adelaide in 1849. He left all his estate to her, after he died 10/10/1867 New York USA Application 10058

WILSON, Archibald Ballantyne salesman Dulwich 1888 Application 21414

WILSON, Archibald Graham farm labourer Clement Gap. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

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

WILSON, Arthur Henry farmer near Kapunda 1914 Memorial 68/470

WILSON, Arthur Henry labourer Kapunda 1956, declared that he had been born on 20/3/1891 and had lived at Kapunda for some 30 years Application 29164

WILSON, Arthur Henry labourer Adelaide Rd, Kapunda 1957, declared that he had been born on 20/3/1891 and had lived in Kapunda for 30 years Application 29250

No 1

WILSON, ATK clerk to E Pariss NESBIT solicitor Adelaide 1886 Memorial 136/380

WILSON & ROWLEY solicitors Adelaide ( Pirie Chambers, Pirie St) 1894 Application 22695

WILSON, ATK solicitor Adelaide 1899 Memorial 149/439

WILSON, ATK solicitor Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) and Willunga 1910 Memorial 36/463

No 1

WILSON, Benjamin brickmaker Adelaide 1845 Memorial 460/6

WILSON, Benjamin labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 279/36

No 2

WILSON, Benjamin brewer Hindmarsh 1848 Memorial 94/12

WILSON, Benjamin brewer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 443/34

No 3 - miscellaneous; may be linked with further research

WILSON, Benjamin labourer Noarlunga 1850[-1859] Memorial 254/25

WILSON, Benjamin labourer Bowden 1853 Memorial 239/54

WILSON, Benjamin farmer Kapunda. Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 130 County Light

WILSON, Benjamin farmer Kapunda 1857[-1860] Memorial 137/126

WILSON, Benjamin farmer Hundred of Walloway 1885[-1892] Memorial 58/372

WILSON, Benjamin farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

WILSON, Bertram Alfred coachbuilder Darlington on the Sturt linked with Bertram Howard Wilson civil servant Gilberton and Norman Wilson motor mechanic Parkside linked with the estate of the late Alfred Herbert Montgomery Wilson formerly wheelwright Darlington on the Sturt now deceased 1917 Memorial 2/476

WILSON, Bertram Howard civil servant Gilberton 1922 Application 27075

WILSON, Catherine spinster Beck St, Kapunda, died 29/7/1941. Beneficiaries - Hector Harcus Wilson clerk 192 Grote St, Adelaide, Kathleen Dorothy Wilson and Gilbert Bruce Wilson Memorial 28/516

No 1

WILSON, Charles licensed victualler formerly of Kingston S-E but now of Mt Gambier 1875 Memorial 61/283

WILSON, Charles innkeeper Mt Gambier 1876[-1878] Memorial 192/292

WILSON, Charles publican Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 32/313

WILSON, Charles gentleman Mt Gambier, about to depart the province for England for some time, power of attorney to James Bradshaw RIDINGS bank manager Mt Gambier, to manage his SA business affairs 6/5/1879 Deposit 121/1879

No 1

WILSON, Charles Algernon gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 21159

WILSON, CA clerk to Samuel SMART gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 242/46 Clerk to Messrs SMART & WILSON solicitors Adelaide 1839[-1842] Memorial 222/47 Clerk to Thomas Wilson solicitor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 194/36 Clerk of Court Adelaide 1853 Memorial 256/48

WILSON, CA Clerk to Messrs Smith & Wilson solicitors Adelaide 1840 Application 21494

WILSON, Charles Algernon clerk to Thomas Wilson solicitor both of Hindley St, Adelaide 1843 Memorial 182/3

WILSON, Charles Algernon Esquire Adelaide 1852 Memorial 149/40

WILSON, CA Registrar of Probates Adelaide 1880 Application 19399

WILSON, Matilda of Mootiparinga Farm Victor Harbor. Executrix under the will of the late CA Wilson 1871 Memorial 32/253

WILSON, Charles John farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 1

WILSON, Charlotte widow Gawler 1848[-1853] Memorial 347/12 Widow Gawler River 1854 Memorial 496/68

WILSON, Charlotte widow North Adelaide linked with George Wilson farmer Gawler River 1860. Margaretta Wilson mentioned but not described Memorial 315/166

WILSON, Charlotte widow of the late William WILSON farmer Gawler River 1859 Application 874

WILSON, Charlotte widow North Adelaide 1863. Perhaps relict of William Wilson farmer Gawler River?? Application 4736

WILSON, Charlotte widow formerly of Gawler 1846 but now of North Adelaide 1865. Linked with a James Wilson carpenter Pine Forest in the 1840s Application 6327

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILSON, Christopher and WILSON, James Senr farmers Pt Gawler 1864 Application 5666

WILSON, Christopher farmer Pt Gawler 1876[-1878] Memorial 130/288

WILSON, Christopher farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

WILSON, Christopher and James the Younger farmers Two Wells 1887 Memorial 115/386

WILSON, Daniel butcher Gawler 1875 Memorial 237/281

No 1

WILSON, David farmer formerly of Two Wells 1861 but now of Pt Gawler 1866 Application 7783

WILSON, David farmer Flat Farm near Barabba 1881[-1882] Memorials 103 & 104/338

No 2

WILSON, David cab proprietor Gilberton 1876[-1877] Memorial 62/294

WILSON, David labourer Gilberton 1879 Memorial 56/318

WILSON, David labourer Gilberton 1884 Application 20143

WILSON, David carter Gilberton 1897 Application 23292

No 3

WILSON, David farmer Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

No 4 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, David farmer The Bremer. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 312 County Sturt

WILSON, David farmer near Harrogate. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 288 County Sturt

WILSON, David farmer near Monarto. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 290 County Sturt

WILSON, David farmer Round Waterhole [near Harrogate?] 1887 Memorial 33/385

WILSON, David farmer Monarto 1891 Memorial 217/407

No 5

WILSON, David chair caner Hindmarsh 1890 Application 21809

No 1

WILSON, Edmund Major and Theodore Augustus Greenell gentlemen Kensington 1860 Memorial 240/165

WILSON, Edmund Major gentleman near Williamstown linked with Theodore Augustus Greenell Wilson gentleman near Pt Augusta 1873 Memorial 59/270

WILSON, Edmund Major farmer Williamstown had died by 1911 Application 25794

WILSON, Edward clerk Adelaide 1876. He had links with the John HART merchant family of Glanville Hall, Semaphore Application 22412

WILSON, Edward Arthur carpenter Pt Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 178/34.

No 1

WILSON, Edward Percival of the Hundred of Finniss. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1885[-1886] Grant Book 58 Page 42 County Sturt

WILSON, Edward Percival farmer near Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

ILSON, Edwin Gordon farmer Clement Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

WILSON, Edwin James butcher Railway Town Broken Hill NSW linked with Walter George Wilson butcher Gawler trading as Wilson Bros butchers 1910 Memorial 112/463

No 1

WILSON, Eliza widow Adelaide 1855[-1859] Perhaps remarried to Thomas INSKIP Memorials 365/92, 182/179

No 2

WILSON, Eliza widow Adelaide 1889 Application 21738

No 3

WILSON, Eliza widow Rose Park 1891 Memorial 188/409

WILSON, Elizabeth licensed victualler Adelaide (Crown Inn Currie St) 1895[-1897] Memorial 213/429

No 1

WILSON, Elizabeth Hall spinster Adelaide 1861 Application 2055

WILSON, Elizabeth Hall spinster Kent Town 1868 Memorial 25/235

WILSON, Ellen McLeod widow Mt Barker 1891 Memorial 87/409

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, Eusebius contractor Payneham 1881 Memorial 192/328

WILSON, Eusebius gardener Mylor 1906[-1924] Memorial 17/456

WILSON, Ernest Walter builder Largs 1927 Application 27541

No 1

WILSON, Francis and Thomas Mills Wilson farmers Gawler Hill Road 1856[-1858] Memorial 110/96

No 2

WILSON, Francis merchant Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to sell certain of his lands in SA 13/5/1852 Deposit 19/OA

WILSON, Francis formerly of Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, England, but late of South Audley St, London, died 17/10/1857. James William FRESHFIELD the Younger, one of the executors of the will, died 19/5/1857 at Reigate, Surrey, England, aged 56. Edwin Freshfield gentleman 5 Bank Buildings, London, gave the information 25/8/1858 Deposit 431/1858

WILSON, Frederick out of business Belair and Ethelwyn Wilson publican Belair Hotel Belair his wife 1906 Memorial 84/456

No 1

WILSON, George sawyer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 113/16

No 2

WILSON, George farmer Gawler River; land grant section 57 Hundred of Munno Para £82/1/- 19/1/1849 Enrolment 33/7 Farmer Section 54 Gawler River 1850 Memorial 438/22

WILSON, George yeoman Section 54 near Gawler. St Paul Lutheran Chapel Buchsfelde trustee 1851. Enough land 'for the interment of the dead … further sufficient part as a glebe and as a site of a dwelling house and garden and other appurtenances for the Minister' [Pt Section 34 Hundred of Mudla Wirra] Memorial 208/40

WILSON, George farmer Gawler River 1853[-1855] Memorial 118/56

WILSON, George gentleman Adelaide 1854 [This person's movements are unclear - appeared to move between Adelaide and Gawler River] Memorial 249/71

WILSON, George farmer Gawler River linked with Charlotte Wilson widow North Adelaide 1860 Memorial 315/166

No 3 - is he to be identified as George Wilson farmer Gawler River as well?? [Application 4736]

WILSON, George merchant Adelaide 1855[-1865] Memorial 258/89

No 4

WILSON, George teacher Wellington on the Murray 1882 Memorial 45/343

No 5

WILSON, George saddler Robe 1887 Application 21222

No 6

WILSON, George of Inkerman South 1890 Memorial 43/403

No 7

WILSON, George of Murray Park, Magill 1897 Memorial 134/432

No 8

WILSON, George gardener East Payneham 1904 Application 24822

No 9

WILSON, George farmer Tarlee linked with James Wilson farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda. Catherine and Ellen Wilson spinsters Ross Creek also must belong to this family 1907 Memorials 7 & 48/458

No 10

WILSON, George and William farm labourers Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 54 County Chandos

WILSON, George Alfred labourer Ardrossan. Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1898 Grant Book 19 Page 287 County Fergusson

No 1

WILSON, George [Moore] farmer Merriton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 376 County Daly

WILSON, George Moore farmer Broughton Extension. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 378 County Daly

WILSON, George Moore farmer Clement Gap. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

WILSON, Gilbert M licensed landbroker Adelaide 1914 Memorial 33/471

WILSON, Gordon Horace farm manager Milang. Trustees of The Church of Christian Disciples West Milang 1945 Application 28427

WILSON, Harrold Cornelius of Warrow near Pt Lincoln 1889 Memorial 87/402

WILSON, Hector Alexander and Norman stockowners Horsham Vic. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 65 Page 78 County Not named

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, Henry labourer Adelaide 1845[-1850] Memorial 122/5

WILSON, Henry carrier Adelaide 1854 Memorial 282/68

WILSON, Henry labourer Adelaide 1857, died 1866. He left his entire estate equally absolutely to Elizabeth and Ellen CURGENVEN daughters of Samuel and Elizabeth Curgenven of Adelaide, and Jemima Sarah Avis JENKINS the ward of S & E Curgenven Memorial 176/315

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, Henry farmer Pt Gawler 1891[-1895] Memorial 53/409

WILSON, Henry farmer formerly of Two Wells but then of Brand Road, Prospect, died 29/2/1936. Father of Mary Jane Wilson spinster Prospect; Lucy Gertrude Wilson spinster Prospect; Alice Maud ROWE married woman Two Wells; Eva Ellen Rowe married woman Calomba; and Alfred Allen Wilson farmer Two Wells Memorial 58/510

No 2

WILSON, Henry, John, Thomas and William farmers and graziers Tantanoola. Tantanoola (formerly Lucieton Hundred of Hindmarsh) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 300 County Grey

No 2

WILSON, HE clerk Maitland 1887 Memorial 238/388

WILSON, Herbert Stanley fisherman Pt Lincoln 1953 Memorial 16/528

WILSON, HG clerk to Messrs MAGUIRE & BAGOT solicitors Adelaide 1851 Memorial 389/32

WILSON, HP manager of the Adelaide Exchange 1880 Memorial 15/325

WILSON, HR of Glenelg 1923 Application 27185

No 1

WILSON, Isaiah shoemaker Section 9 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853 Memorial 423/55

WILSON, Isaiah farmer New Tiers 1856 Memorial 53/103

WILSON, Isaiah bachelor married Fanny ? in 1834. The eldest son, Samuel Palmer WILSON teacher Woodchester was 26 in 1869, therefore born c1843. Isaiah Wilson died 1/5/1868 intestate at the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum. His widow, Fanny Wilson, lived at Mt Lofty in 1869 Application 9631

No 1

WILSON, James carpenter Adelaide 1838 Application 17581

WILSON, James carpenter Adelaide 1843[-1845] Memorial 350/9

WILSON, James carpenter Adelaide 1865 Application 6120

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, James Esquire Encounter Bay 1847. Linked with Charlotte Wilson widow Greenfield Memorial 320/8

WILSON, James machinist North Road. Son of Charlotte Wilson widow of the same address and the late William Wilson formerly of Adelaide but now deceased 1849 Memorial 128/17

No 3

WILSON, James labourer Mitcham 1848[-1849] Memorial 151/69

WILSON, James mason Mitcham 1850 Memorial 16/28

WILSON, James labourer Mitcham 1852 Memorial 142/55 Now pensioner Mitcham 1853 Memorial 5/56

No 4

WILSON, James farmer McLaren Vale 1849[-1876] Memorial 364/22 Hundred of Munno Para land purchase [Apparently as an investment - Is there a family link with George Wilson farmer Gawler River?] 1865 Memorial 170/202

WILSON, James farmer Willunga [Did James Wilson move to Willunga for a period? - definitely the same person] 1860 Memorial 31/163

WILSON, James and John farmers McLaren Vale 1874 Memorial 175/277

No 5

WILSON, James yeoman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 323/38

WILSON, James farmer Hindmarsh 1853[-1866] Memorial 63/53

WILSON, James labourer Hindmarsh 1867 Application 8396

WILSON, James labourer Hindmarsh 1874 Memorial 12/272

No 6

WILSON, James farmer Mt Pleasant near Adelaide 1854 Memorial 444/69

No 7

WILSON, James of Auburn 1855 Memorial 420/85

WILSON, James builder Auburn 1870 Application 10711

WILSON, James carpenter Auburn 1872 Application 12331

WILSON, James carpenter Auburn 1897 Memorial 214/431

No 8

WILSON, James farmer North Para River 1857 Memorial 158/129

WILSON, James farmer near Gawler [Did he move to Little Adelaide?] 1874 Memorial 173/275

WILSON, James farmer Gawler purchased land in Little Adelaide and went to live there c1873 Application 25806

WILSON, James gentleman Little Adelaide, died 13/4/1896. He left his entire estate to his wife, Eleanor Wilson. Estate worth £1,620. Mrs Wilson later remarried to Johann Martin SCHNEIDER gentleman Prospect Application 25806

No 9 - perhaps the same person; perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILSON, James farmer near Gawler 1858 Memorial 123/140

WILSON, James farmer The Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 134 County Light

WILSON, James farmer formerly of near Gawler but now of Ross Creek near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 295/156

WILSON, James farmer formerly of The Gawler 1858 but now of the Hundred of Kapunda 1864 Application 5270.

WILSON, James farmer near Kapunda 1903 Memorial 178/448

No 10 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WILSON, James farmer near Two Wells Pt Gawler 1861 Memorial 43/177

WILSON, James farmer Pt Gawler 1865[-1872] Memorial 292/206

WILSON, James the Elder farmer Two Wells 1869 Application 9921.

WILSON, James the Elder farmer Pt Gawler linked with Edmund Wilson farmer near Two Wells 1873 Memorial 225/265

WILSON, James the Elder farmer Pt Gawler 1878 Application 16735

WILSON, James the Younger farmer Two Wells 1891 Memorial 226/406

No 11

WILSON, James labourer Beautiful Valley 1885 Memorial 107/368

WILSON, James farmer Beautiful Valley 1887 Memorial 78/382

No 12

WILSON, James farmer formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Enfield 1885 Memorial 193/370

No 13

WILSON, James and Richard farmers Hundred of Brownlow 1887 Memorial 113/388

No 14

WILSON, James labourer Hundred of Joyce 1887[-1888] Memorial 69/386

WILSON, James farmer Joyce South 1891 Memorial 150/408

No 15

WILSON, James storekeeper Riverton 1894[-1895] Memorial 117/423

No 16 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, James the Younger farmer Petersburg Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1898 Grant Book 40 Page 48 County Kimberley

WILSON, James agent Petersburg 1916 Memorial 23/475

WILSON, James G accountant Commercial Bank Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 110/336

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WILSON, John labourer The Onkaparinga [probably in the vicinity of Hackham] 1844 Memorial 100/91

WILSON, John labourer Morphett Vale 1846 Memorial 120/7

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

WILSON, John farmer McLaren Vale 1888 Husband of Juliana Wilson. Parents of Frederick Beith Wilson, aged 12 years in 1888. The son inherited real estate under the will of James Beith Wilson deceased Application 21525

WILSON, John farmer McLaren Vale 1907 Application 25316

No 3

WILSON, John gardener Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 29/15

No 4

WILSON, John farmer Magill 1852 Memorial 393/42

WILSON, John gardener Magill 1897 Application 23442

No 5

WILSON, John blacksmith Pt Elliot 1853[-1864] Memorial 275/55

WILSON, John of Louisville near Pt Elliot 1859 Memorial 158/153

WILSON, John farmer Section 2289 Hundred of Goolwa 1857 Memorial 153/126

WILSON, John farrier Goolwa 1866 Memorial 269/209

No 6

WILSON, John farmer Pt Willunga 1853[-1858] Memorial 129/49

WILSON, John storekeeper Pt Willunga 1854 Memorial 289/70

WILSON, John farmer Pt Willunga 1857 Memorial 5/117

WILSON, John farmer Aldinga Plains 1853[-1857] Memorial 77/54

WILSON, John farmer formerly of Aldinga 1854 Memorial 287/70 Now farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 288/70

WILSON, John publican Pt Willunga and farmer Aldinga 1860, declared a bankrupt Application 25668.

No 7

WILSON, John farmer Black Forest and Mary Wilson his wife 1856 Memorial 70/253

No 8

WILSON, John labourer Munno Para 1858 Memorial 347/132

WILSON, John [formerly labourer Munno Para but now] farmer Mt Pleasant 1858 Memorial 344/175

No 9

WILSON, John farmer Peachey Belt 1858 Memorial 267/139

No 10

WILSON, John labourer Mt Gambier 1868[-1883] Memorial 222/229

No 11

WILSON, John shepherd Gottliebs Well Co Burra. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

No 12

WILSON, John gardener Millicent. Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 312 County Grey

WILSON, John gardener Millicent North. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1897 Grant Book 31 Page 206 County Grey

No 13

WILSON, John schoolmaster Goodwood West, a trustee of the Goodwood Presbyterian Church 1887 Memorial 250/385

No 14

WILSON, John farmer Up and Down Rocks Tantanoola. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1902 Grant Book 30 Page 207 County Grey

No 15

WILSON, John publican formerly of Adelaide but now of the General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1906 Memorial 28/456

WILSON, John licensed victualler General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1910 Memorial 110/462

No 16

WILSON, John of Blackford and Maria Wilson his wife received drought relief payments 1918 Memorial 147/476

WILSON, Maria married woman Blackford Kingston S-E, died 20/9/ 1927 intestate Memorial 183/498

No 1

WILSON, John Alexander master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 255/51

WILSON, John Alexander master mariner formerly of The Semaphore, but then of Jemalpore, Bengal, India, died 11/9/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Caroline Wilson, formerly of SA but then of 91 Devonshire St, Sydney NSW, to settle his estate. Mrs Wilson was still living in Sydney in 1884, when she authorised James Edwin DEMPSTER gentleman Pt Adelaide to do the SA work for her Memorials 222 & 223/364; Enrolment 83/53

WILSON, John Alexander master mariner Jemalpore, Bengal, died 11/9/1869 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Caroline Wilson, to settle his SA estate Deposit 121/1879

WILSON, Caroline widow at present of Pt Adelaide 1870, relict of the late John Alexander Wilson master mariner Pt Adelaide Application 11005

WILSON, Caroline widow Sydney, widow of Captain John Alexander Wilson, power of attorney to James Edwin DEMPSTER gentleman Pt Adelaide, to pay off the mortgage on her late husband’s property at Pt Adelaide and sell the property 3/10/1884 Deposit 35/1885

WILSON, John Kither butcher Broken Hill NSW 1911[-1928]. Linked with Walter George Wilson butcher Gawler 1928 Memorials 98/464, 74/500

WILSON, John S bank officer Adelaide 1934 Memorial 181/507

No 1

WILSON, John Thomas salesman Balmoral 1885 Memorial 197/371

WILSON, John Thomas salesman Houghton 1890 Application 21832

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILSON, John William farmer Gawler Hills 1853[-1854] Memorial 332/56

WILSON, John William farmer now or formerly of the Gawler Hills 1860 Memorial 156/166

WILSON, John William farmer Gilbert River 1857[-1861] Memorial 252/133

WILSON, John William Section 511 Hundred of Gilbert 1860 Memorial 276/167

No 2

WILSON, John William baker Kadina. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 102 County Daly

No 3

WILSON, John William gentleman North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 229/226

WILSON, John William agent North Adelaide 1882 Memorial 147/341

WILSON, Johnson of Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 347/94

No 1

WILSON, Joseph blacksmith Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 417/47

WILSON, Joseph farmer South Road 1855 Memorial 369/83

WILSON, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide (Norwich Arms Flinders St) and Elizabeth Wilson his wife [was she a relative to Frederick GOLDNEY licensed victualler Adelaide?] 1858 Memorial 270/146

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

WILSON, Joseph dealer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1865 Memorial 308/205

WILSON, Joseph pawnbroker Destitute Asylum, died there 16/10/1881, of senile decay, aged 63. Husband of Elizabeth Wilson, a widow of Hammersmith 1888. The Wilsons had two children - Frederick Alfred Wilson born c1854, died unregistered death c1860; and Christina Wilson, born 24/7/1852, who married 5/12/1868 Morphett Vale to James KELLY , who lived at Waterloo 1888 Application 21381

No 3

WILSON, Joseph farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Gumbowie 1880 Memorial 121/325

WILSON, Keith Cameron solicitor Adelaide (Selbourne Chambers, Pirie St) 1926 Memorial 18/496

WILSON, Lewis carpenter Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 69/93

WILSON, Lewis shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 16/98

WILSON, Lewis licensed victualler Shipwright's Arms Le Fevre Peninsula. [The hotel directly faced the harbour. W Wilson appeared to own quite a bit of land] 1856 Memorial 176/99

WILSON, Lewis shipwright Le Fevre Peninsula 1857[-1858] Memorial 216/117

WILSON, LC draper Riverton 1895 Memorial 239/423

WILSON, Martha Rita Mary retired schoolteacher Venables St, Macclesfield 1954 Memorial 182/528

No 1

WILSON, Matthew Wesleyan Methodist Minister Kooringa 1857 Memorial 57/129

WILSON, Matthew Wesleyan Methodist Minister Clarendon 1860 Memorial 180/165

WILSON, Matthew Wesleyan Methodist minister Strathalbyn 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

WILSON, Michael labourer Lower Mitcham 1860 Application 1760

No 1

WILSON, Nehemiah Wyman gardener Mt Lofty Hundred of Maitland land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 101 County Fergusson

WILSON, Nehemiah Wyman farmer near Maitland trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

WILSON, Nehemiah Wyman farmer Yorke Valley trustee unnamed School Maitland township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 476 County Fergusson

WILSON, Nehemiah Wyman farmer Maitland linked with Samuel Palmer Wilson teacher Uraidla 1886 Memorial 84/380

WILSON, Norman Victor farmer Mt Crawford. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1940 Grant Book 2 Page 57 County Adelaide

WILSON, Oscar Stirling draper Adelaide 1889[-1890] Memorial 9/398

No 1

WILSON, P acting clerk District Council of Campbelltown 1921 Memorial 4/484

WILSON, Percival Pugh clerk of the Campbelltown District Council 1923 Application 27150

WILSON, Percy Major Graham farmer Adelaide, died 17/2/1938 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

No 1

WILSON, Peter labourer The Sturt 1852 Memorial 32/46

No 2

WILSON, Peter blacksmith Pewsey Vale Wiltshire Special Survey 1863 Memorial 76/189

No 3

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

No 4

WILSON, Peter farmer Merriton 1888[-1894] Memorial 199/390

WILSON, Peter farmer Merriton Co Victoria. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1879[-1894] Grant Book 14 Page 372 County Daly

WILSON, Peter farmer near Redhill. Redhill township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 498 County Daly

WILSON, Peter farmer Merriton near Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WILSON, Ralph carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 112/79

WILSON, Ralph farmer Mt Charles 1862 Memorial 30/184

WILSON, Ralph and William Walker Wilson farmers near Mt Charles 1863 Memorial 316/189

WILSON, Ralph formerly farmer Mt Charles 1863 but now storekeeper Nairne 1873 Application 13036

WILSON, Reginald Victor formerly Senator Adelaide but now company director Cathcart House, Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW. Likely that his private residence was at Neutral Bay NSW 1930 Memorials 16 & 20/504

WILSON, Richard farmer Hundred of Brownlow. David Wilson mentioned but not described 1886 Memorial 156/374

No 1

WILSON, Richard Trowsdell shepherd Strathalbyn 1855[-1859] Memorial 148/110

WILSON, Richard Trowsdell [formerly shepherd Strathalbyn but now] farmer near Balaklava 1876 Memorial 89/293

No 1

WILSON, Robert farmer Balhannah 1856[-1881] Memorial 246/336

WILSON, Robert farmer Balhannah 1892 said that he had bought Section 4014 in the Mt Barker Special Survey during June 1856, and that the house he bought in that year remained standing until after the year 1892 Application 22254

WILSON, Robert farmer Balhannah, died 19/6/1918. Husband of Eliza Wilson. Father of Jane Wilson, and Eliza WENZEL widow of the late Frederick Theodore Wenzell labourer Langhorne Creek. Step-father to Hannah MOUNT of Balhannah. Grandfather of August Henry Wenzel farmer Langhorne Creek. Estate worth £3,300 Memorial 69/477

No 2 - probably the same person

WILSON, Robert grocer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 112/181

WILSON, Robert grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1868[-1878] Memorial 75/243

No 3

WILSON, Robert farmer Smithfield 1866 Memorial 220/214

No 4

WILSON, Robert labourer Mt Gambier 1871[-1885] Memorial 47/255

No 5

WILSON, Robert farmer McLaren Vale Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 339 County Fergusson

No 6

WILSON, Robert farmer Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 225/362

No 7

WILSON, Robert labourer Mt Gambier 1900 Application 23952

No 8

WILSON, Robert farmer Bakara. Hundred of Bakara land grant 1908 Grant Book 3 Page 72 County Albert

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, Robert Fraser blacksmith Gawler 1866 Memorial 146/215

WILSON, Robert Fraser farmer Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 438 County Fergusson

WILSON, Robert Fraser farmer Curramulka 1884 Memorial 76/359

WILSON, Robert Fraser of Curramulka trustee cemetery Curramulka Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

WILSON, Robert Hastings farmer Truro Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

WILSON, Robert Herd grazier Gawler 1927, and Hilda Mary Wilson his wife Application 27609

WILSON, Robert John out of business Elm Grove, Magill. St George's Woodforde vestryman 1946 Memorial 171/520

No 1 - probably the same person

WILSON, Robert Murray farmer Arnella near Smithfield 1868[-1877] Memorial 128/229

WILSON, Robert Murray farmer Pinda 1884 Memorial 40/363

WILSON, Roy farmer Robe S-E 1920 Memorial 73/480

No 1

WILSON, Samuel carpenter Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 33/19

WILSON, Samuel builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 195/68

WILSON, Samuel carpenter Queenstown 1853[-1862] Memorial 378/56

WILSON, Samuel builder Queenstown 1863[-1869] Memorial 244/188

WILSON, Samuel builder Queenstown linked with Walter William Wilson carpenter Queenstown 1872 Memorial 183/258

No 2

WILSON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1860[-1865] Memorial 307/180

WILSON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1864 Application 4998

WILSON, Samuel farmer Two Wells 1872 Application 12288

WILSON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler 1873 Application 12546

WILSON, Samuel farmer Pt Gawler. Hundred of Grace land grant 1877 Grant Book 27 Page 43 County Gawler

WILSON, Samuel chaff merchant Prospect and James Wilson gentleman Prospect 1888 Application 21346

WILSON, Samuel the Elder gentleman Prospect, died 23/10/1891. Estate worth £440. Husband of Jane Wilson. Father of Henry Wilson farmer Two Wells, William Wilson farmer Dublin, John Wilson farmer Mallala, Samuel Wilson the Younger carrier Hamilton on the Light, Susannah Oliver ARNOLD wife of George Arnold of Dublin, Mary Ann NICHOLLS wife of Samuel Nicholls mason Two Wells, Miriam SANDERY wife of Joseph Sandery labourer Two Wells. Grandfather of William Henry Sandery Memorial 249/411

WILSON, Samuel the Elder gentleman Prospect, died 23/10/1891. Henry Wilson no description an executor. £200 legacy to William Wilson farmer formerly of Mallala but now of Swan Hill Vic 1892 Memorial 41/414

WILSON, Jane widow Prospect 1892 relict of the late Samuel Wilson gentleman Prospect, who died 23/10/1891. Probably mother of Miriam SANDERY wife of Joseph Sandery labourer Two Wells and Henry Wilson farmer near Two Wells 1892 Memorial 113/415

No 1

WILSON, Samuel Palmer teacher Woodchester 1868 eldest son and heir at law of the late Isaiah Wilson shoemaker formerly of Section 9 Hundred of Onkaparinga 1853 Application 9631

WILSON, Samuel Palmer teacher Uraidla 1883[-1902] Memorial 219/352

WILSON, Samuel Rupert mining engineer Adelaide 1889 Memorial 45/399

WILSON, Stephen Thomas and Zacharias farmers Hundred of Clinton 1891 Memorial 194/411

WILSON, Susanna spinster Adelaide lent money out on mortgage 1866[-1872] Memorial 56/212

No 1

WILSON, Thomas merchant Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, England, land grants in Survey D, Survey E and Co Light 1839 Enrolments 22-24/23

WILSON, Thomas merchant Jeffreys Square, London, Middlesex, power of attorney to John MORPHETT Esquire Adelaide, to sell certain of his lands in SA 13/5/1852 Deposit 27/OA

No 2

WILSON, Thomas solicitor Adelaide 1841 Memorial 151/1

WILSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1841 Memorial 202/2

WILSON, Thomas of Hindley St, Adelaide 1843 Memorial 51/3

WILSON, Thomas gentleman near O’Halloran Hill 1843. Husband of Elizabeth Wilson Memorial 166/3

WILSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 454/3

WILSON, Thomas gentleman Reedbeds 1846 Memorial 20/42

WILSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 355/57

WILSON, Thomas barrister Supreme Count Kensington 1861, declared that in 1840, he was in partnership as a solicitor with Samuel SMART. Application 1879.

No 3

WILSON, Thomas farmer The Sturt 1851 Memorial 40/42

WILSON, Thomas farmer Wardang Sturt River 1854 Memorial 98/62

WILSON, Thomas gentleman The Sturt and his first wife, Sophia nee PULLEN, lived on Old Kent Road, Camberwell, London, next to the family of William Charles MARKS now farmer Macclesfield, born April 1812. The Thomas Wilsons married 1820 at Camberwell Church. Their eldest son, Thomas Alfred Wilson, born 1821, now farmer The Sturt. William Marks and Thomas Wilson the Younger were playmates together in childhood. Later, Thomas Wilson the Elder married the widowed mother of William Charles Marks Declaration 1857 Application 16691

No 4

WILSON, Thomas farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 335/164

WILSON, Thomas farmer Victoria Creek near Williamstown 1868 Memorial 15/231

No 5

WILSON, Thomas corn agent Yankalilla 1861 Application 2331

No 6

WILSON, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1866 Memorial 199/209

WILSON, Thomas farmer Kapunda 1875 Memorial 194/280

No 7

WILSON, Thomas miller Mt Gambier 1873 Application 12866

WILSON, Thomas farmer formerly of McLaren Vale 1874 but then of Prospect, died c1892. Husband of Elizabeth Wilson. Estate worth £479 Memorial 235/412

No 8

WILSON, Thomas farmer Grace Plains. Hundred of Grace land grant 1874 Grant Book 27 Page 64 County Gawler

WILSON, Thomas farmer Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

No 1

WILSON, Thomas Alfred farmer The Sturt 1848 Memorial 284/13

WILSON, Thomas Alfred sheep farmer formerly of the Sturt but now of Pt Lincoln 1864[-1865] Memorial 9/195

WILSON, Thomas Alfred agent Adelaide 1884 Application 20099

WILSON, Thomas Mills farmer Gawler Hills 1858[-1860] Memorial 238/145

No 1

WILSON, Thomas Stewart chartered accountant Yester Ave, Brighton and Maud Evelyn Wilson his wife 1942 Memorial 63/516

WILSON, Thomas Stewart chartered accountant Yester Ave, Brighton, died 2/9/1957 Memorial Hospital North Adelaide. Born at Hamley Bridge. Married aged 35. One son. Died of a duodenal ulcer, chronic lymphatic leukemia and congestive heart failure, of many years duration Memorial 64/532

WILSON, Maud Evelyn widow Yester Ave, Brighton 1963, relict of the late Thomas Stewart Wilson accountant, who died 2/9/1957. He was the executor for the estate of the late Cora Ann MENKINS of Kensington Gardens, who was probably a relative Application 28367

WILSON, Walter carpenter Auburn 1867 Memorial 179/224

WILSON, Walter Broughton farmer Clement Gap. Trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

No 1

WILSON, Walter George butcher Gawler linked with John Kither Wilson butcher Broken Hill NSW 1928 Memorial 74/500

WILSON, Walter George butcher Gawler, died 18/7/1930. Executor; Edwin James Wilson out of business Gawler Memorial 183/505

WILSON, Walter William carpenter Portland Estate 1875 Application 14150

WILSON, WG town clerk Pt Pirie 1901 Memorial 5/444

No 1

WILSON, William labourer Adelaide and Mary Wilson his wife 1848 Memorial 178/13

No 2

WILSON, William storekeeper Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 459/69

WILSON, William storekeeper Smith Creek 1854 Memorial 112/76

WILSON, William licensed victualler Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 82/87 Declared a bankrupt in 1855 Memorial 104/91

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WILSON, William licensed victualler Wallaroo 1866 Memorial 250/216

No 4

WILSON, William farmer Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 317/109

WILSON, William farmer Pt Gawler 1858 Memorial 153/141

No 5

WILSON, William mariner Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 125/95

No 6 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, William barman Auburn 1866 Memorial 77/211

WILSON, William formerly barman Auburn 1866 but now labourer New Auburn 1870 Application 10497

No 7

WILSON, William teamster Mintaro 1878[-1882] Memorial 159/310

No 8

WILSON, William minister of religion Kadina. Trustee Institute Kadina 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

WILSON, William farmer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1878 Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

WILSON, William farmer German Flat. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1879 Grant Book 30 Page 199 County Grey

WILSON, William farmer Dublin. Pt Prime (Hundred of Dublin) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 27 Page 453 County Gawler

WILSON, William plasterer Adelaide (Gilbert St) 1881 Memorial 198/333

WILSON, William plasterer Adelaide, died 8/11/1891. Husband of Sophia Wilson. Father of Ellen LORD wife of Arthur Austin Lord saddler Goodwood and Elizabeth SKETHEWAY wife of John Davidson Sketheway carpenter Broken Hill NSW. Executors: the widow and John MEATHEREL plasterer Malvern Memorial 232/411

No 9

WILSON, William the Elder gardener Penola 1887, died c1892. Father of Robert Wilson gardener Penola and William Wilson the Younger labourer Penola Memorial 196/500

No 10

WILSON, William farmer McLaren Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 241 County Gawler

WILSON, William labourer Petersville near Ardrossan 1885 Memorial 117/363

No 11 - perhaps the same person or linked in the same family

WILSON, William saddler Robe 1891[-1905] Memorial 65/408

WILSON, William farmer Oodlawirra 1893 Memorial 41/417

No 12

WILSON, William chaircaner Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22284

No 13

WILSON, William storekeeper Mt Gambier 1897, executor of the will of the late John Wilson farmer Mt Gambier. Husband of Mary Wilson Application 23391

WILSON, William storekeeper Mt Gambier 1913 Memorial 169/468

WILSON, William out of business Mt Gambier 1930 Application 27809

WILSON, William formerly storekeeper but now out of business Mt Gambier 1934 Application 27949

No 14

WILSON, William gentleman Morphett Vale 1900 Application 24101

No 15

WILSON, William clothier Adelaide 1912 Memorial 8/466

WILSON, William Allardyce clockmaker formerly of 3 Angas St, Kent Town but now of 88 Barnard St, North Adelaide, and Juanita Wilson his wife, aged 36 years and 33 years respectively 1962 Application 29445

WILSON, William D mason, died from drowning when the steamer Gothenburg was wrecked on a voyage from Palmerston to Melbourne on 24/2/1875, unmarried, without heirs and intestate. He had shares in the Union and Lady Alice Gold Reefs in the Northern Territory and New Zealand, plus money in the Royal McDonall Lodge at Franklin St, Adelaide and other banks in SA, the Northern Territory and New Zealand. His mother, Ann SHERIFF/SHIREFF formerly Wilson wife of William Sheriff labourer Constrandburn??, Saline, Co Fife, Scotland, appointed Robert Morrison of Little Gilbert St, Adelaide, as her attorney to settle her son's estate Memorial 228/283

WILSON, William Daniel yeoman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 12/92

WILSON, William Herbert chaff and grain merchant Darlington on the Sturt 1926 Application 27504

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WILSON, William R cornfactor Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 154/276

WILSON, William Robert agent Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 288 County Victoria

WILSON, William Robert commission agent Pt Augusta 1880[-1881] Memorial 102/320

WILSON, William Robert agent Pt Augusta. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 665 County Frome

WILSON, William Robert general agent Pt Pirie. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 390 County Victoria

WILSON, William Robert merchant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 178/346

WILSON, William Walter builder Portland Estate 1875 Application 14729

No 1

WILSON, William Stephen carpenter and storekeeper Adelaide (Grenfell St) and Mary Wilson his wife 1852 Memorial 187/114

WILSON, William Stephen carpenter Adelaide 1855 Memorial 191/82

WILSON, Mary widow Adelaide 1857[-1870] Memorial 244/118

WILSON, Mary widow Adelaide (Grenfell St), died c1875 [Relict of WS Wilson] Memorial 237/289

WILSON, William Skinner stonemason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 176/46

No 1

WILSON, William Walker farmer Mt Charles 1867[-1873] Memorial 191/221

WILSON, William Walker of Nairne, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 77/386

WILSON, William Wilfred solicitor Gawler 1851[-1858] Memorial 132/40

WILSON, Wyman farmer Yorke Peninsula 1876. He had links with Mt Lofty Application 15183

No 1

WILSONE, David Henry gentleman Adelaide 1839 Application 20605

WILSONE, David Henry Esquire [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Port Phillip Vic 1839 Memorial 335/23

WILSONE, David Henry physician and a bachelor [formerly of Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland but then of] NSW now deceased 1849. His only surviving brother, George Ross Wilsone merchant, formerly of Glasgow, then lived in Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland. The only other brother to DH Wilsone had died in infancy Memorial 77/20

No 1

WILSTEAD, Christian farmer Adelaide 1860 [Bought pt Section 4096 Hundred of Onkaparinga] Memorial 9/162

WILSTEAD, Christian storekeeper Grünthal 1870[-1876] Memorial 5/246

WILSTEAD, Christian of Pt Section 4096 Hundred of Onkaparinga at Grünthal 1881 Application 18885

No 1

WILTON, Christopher James linked with Section 166 Hundred of Cunningham Co Fergusson 1882 Memorial 220/344

WILTON, Christopher James farmer Kulpara Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

WILTON, Christopher James farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 175/390

WILTON, CR journalist Mt Barker 1886 Memorial 136/379

WILTON, George Herbert of Adelaide 1906 Memorial 193/454

WILTON, Hubert Harrold accountant Adelaide 1923 Application 27140

No 1

WILTON, Israel gardener Havering 1852 Memorial 82/39

WILTON, Israel gardener Campbelltown 1857 Memorial 174/122

WILTON, Israel gardener Campbelltown 1859 Application 359

WILTON, Israel gardener Marden 1881 Application 18600

No 1

WILTON, James Keeper of the Public Offices Adelaide 1848 Memorial 220/10

No 2

WILTON, James miner Moonta. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 107 County Daly

No 1

WILTON, John farmer Brompton 1853 Memorial 232/49

WILTON, John farmer Bowden and Susannah Wilton formerly Susannah DAWE his wife 1854 Memorial 236/77

WILTON, John farmer Peachey Belt 1858[-1870] Memorial 267/139, Application 11153

WILTON, Susan widow Peachey Belt 1878 Application 16668

WILTON, Richard labourer Hundred of Comaum. Hundred of Comaum land grant 1886 Grant Book 50 Page 79 County Robe

WILTON, William tanner Adelaide 1866 Application 7119

WILTSHIRE, David Edgar hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Bowden 1911 Memorial 79/464

WILTSHIRE, George Thomas farmer Kringin. Trustee Kringin Hall 1926 Grant Book 12 Page 261 County Chandos

No 1

WILTSHIRE, Henry farmer Greenock Creek 1857 Memorial 84/129

WILTSHIRE, Henry mason Victorville 1862 Memorial 31/186

WILTSHIRE, Henry 32 mason Greenock Creek (Father: Richard Wiltshire) married Elizabeth CADD 22 Nuriootpa (Father: Thomas Cadd) on 17/9/1858 at DIENHOFF's home at Nain near Greenock. Minister: William BROWN. Witnesses: Henry JONES mason Nain and Ruth Jones of Nain. Henry Wiltshire mason Greenock, died 12/5/1868 intestate, of consumption, aged 44. His widow, Elizabeth Wiltshire 35 Greenock remarried to Gottlieb GOTTWALD the Younger 55 widower Greenock (Father: Gottlieb Gottwald Senr). Gottlieb Gottwald died c1898 Greenock intestate. Both husbands died without any possessions Application 25849

WILTSHIRE, James of Darlington 1877 Application 16082

WILTSHIRE, James Doughty schoolmaster the Sturt 1855 Memorial 151/89

No 1

WILTSHIRE, John saddler Green Hill Creek 1844 Enfield Primitive Methodist Chapel and school trustee Memorial 410/3

WILTSHIRE, John saddler Adelaide 1846 Memorial 499/6

WILTSHIRE, John saddler Kooringa 1850 Memorial 303/20

WILTSHIRE, John saddler Adelaide 1851 Memorial 195/37

WILTSHIRE, JL store assistant McLaren Vale 1915 Memorial 51/473

WILTSHIRE, Joseph William storekeeper McLaren Vale 1913 Memorial 156/469

WILTSHIRE, Raymond James commercial traveller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

WILTSHIRE, Robert bootmaker Clare 1857 Memorial 57/129

No 1

WILTSHIRE, Thomas storekeeper Blyth. Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 215 County Stanley

WILTSHIRE, Thomas storekeeper Blyth 1885[-1900] Memorial 212/367

No 1 FIND CHECK INITIALS

WILTSHIRE, William Primitive Methodist Minister Enfield 1854[-1858] Memorial 414/77

WILTSHIRE, William formerly Primitive Methodist Minister Enfield but now schoolmaster Mt Barker Springs 1858 Memorial 165/141

WILTSHIRE, William Primitive Methodist Minister Willunga 1869 Application 9842

WILTSHIRE, William Thomas Primitive Methodist minister Mt Barker 1894 Application 22734

WIMMER, Carl miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 257/157

WINALL, CH clerk North Adelaide (Childers St) 1885 Memorial 195/371

WINCEY, Arthur Weaver grazier and pastoralist Pt Lincoln 1931 Memorial 84/504

WINCEY, Henry draper Adelaide 1859 Memorial 280/167

No 1

WINCEY, William accountant Adelaide 1847 Memorial 385/71

WINCEY, William clerk to Alfred ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 443/93

WINCEY, William clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1858[-1859] Memorial 82/133

WINCEY, William gentleman North Adelaide, died c1857. He left the whole of his estate to his wife, Frances Eleanor Wincey absolutely Memorial 104/122

No 1

WINCEY, William Faulkner merchant Gawler with James PEARCE merchant Kapunda and Thomas PADMAN merchant Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Pearce, Wincey & Co 1864 Memorial 140/199

WINCEY, William Faulkner merchant Gawler 1867[-1878] Memorial 243/232 Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

WINCEY, William Faulkner merchant Gawler 1868 Application 9207

WINCH, Frederick Henry farmer Islington 1900 Memorial 62/441 

No 1

WINCH, John storekeeper Queenstown 1856 Memorial 500/95

WINCH, John storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1858[-1871] Memorial 126/144

No 2

WINCH, John labourer Queenstown 1862[-1865] Memorial 222/184

WINCH, John shepherd Harrogate. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 118 County Sturt

No 3

WINCH, John yeoman Tungkillo 1864 Memorial 173/196

No 4

WINCH, John formerly carpenter and carter 1866 but now publican Pt Adelaide 1870 Application 10640

WINCH, Mary Matilda widow Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Henry Dermett REYNOLDS gentleman Halifax St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 2/5/1882 Deposit 35/1885

WINCH, Mary Matilda formerly of Nailsworth but now of Rose Park 1891. Widow of John Winch [formerly publican Pt Adelaide but then] gentleman Nailsworth Application 22021

WINCH, John William carrier Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

WINCH, Philip John de la Fontaine gentleman Hynam North 1885[-1888] Memorial 217/371

WINCH, Robert Varley retired policeman 66 East Parade, Kensington, aged 66 in 1955, declared that he had lived in the municipality of Kensington and Norwood for over 40 years Application 29123

WINCH, William sawyer Little Para Special Survey 1847[-1853] Memorial 6/8

WINCHCOMBE, John Phillimore assayer Reedbeds 1849 Memorial 143/16 Assayer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 220/38

WINCHESTER, Claude company secretary Adelaide 1924 Memorial 75/226

WINCKEL, Friedrich Ernst bis farmer Loos changed his name to Ernest Frederick Winckel 1920. Born 30/3/1857 Gawler River Memorial 23/480

No 1

WINCKLER, Augustus Robinson master mariner 16 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, Middlesex, England 1877 Memorial 80/303

WINCKLER, Augustus Robinson Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1880 Memorial 226/327

WINCKLER, Augustus Robinson master mariner London 1880[-1882] Memorial 232/326

WINCKLER, Ernst restaurant keeper Adelaide (Pt TA 202 King William St) 1882 Memorial 174/340

WINCKLEY, Thomas Walter carrier Sandergrove near Strathalbyn. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Strathalbyn 1869 Memorial 186/242

WINDEBANK, Clara Hedwig Bertha married woman Hamilton on the Light 1909 Memorial 165/460

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

No 1

WINDIBANK, Henry farmer Happy Valley. Trustee Bible Christian Chapel South Road The Sturt 1858[-1861] Memorial 221/138

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

WINDIBANK, Henry farmer formerly of Happy Valley but now of Laura 1876[-1899] Memorial 152/323

WINDIBANK, Henry farmer Booyoolie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 150 County Victoria

WINDEBANK, Henry farmer formerly of Happy Valley but now of Booleroo 1885 Application 20697

WINDIBANK, Henry William the Younger of Laura Co Victoria. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

No 1

WINDEBANK, James farmer Upper Sturt 1851 Memorial 82/29

WINDEBANK, James farmer Light River 1853 Memorial 39/50

WINDEBANK, James farmer Waterloo Plains 1854 Memorial 268/7

WINDEBANK, James farmer Waterloo Plains. Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 362 County Light

WINDEBANK, James farmer near Hamilton on the Light 1861 Application 2089

WINDEBANK, James farmer Hamilton on the Light 1869[-1877] Memorial 233/241

No 1

WINDEBANK, Robert clerk of the district council of Hamilton, aged 57 in 1915, possibly came to Hamilton when he was about 7 years old Application 26462

WINDEBANK, Robert district clerk Hamilton 1917, declared that he had lived in the district for 50 years Application 26614

WINDEBANK, Thomas farmer Hamilton on the Light 1898, came to the district in 1852 Application 23602

WINDEL, Sarah Sister of Mercy Mt Gambier 1893[-1896] Memorial 224/419, Application 23249

WINDERLICH, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1853[-1856] Memorial 197/50

WINDERS, Charles farmer Burra 1896 Memorial 72/427

WINDERS, Charles Thomas teamster Baldina and Mary Jane Winders his wife 1901 Memorial 86/444

WINDERS, Edward labourer Mt Bryan linked with Harry Winders out of business Broken Hill NSW and John Richard Winders engine driver Broken Hill NSW. HJ Winders shop assistant Broken Hill NSW mentioned 1923 Memorial 77/489

WINDERS, George Alfred labourer Kooringa 1908 Memorial 94/459

WINDERS, Mary Jane married woman Baldina, died 15/2/1919. Mother of Roy William Winders and Robert Stanley Winders farmers Baldina and Dora Minnie Moss BAYNES married woman Kooringa 1923 Memorial 35/489 & RPS Search 611

WINDERS, William labourer Unley 1857[-1864] Memorial 17/114

WINDLE, John George engineer Adelaide (off Chancery Lane) 1888 Memorial 46/395

WINDOW, Elizabeth widow Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 293/103

WINDOW, Matilda spinster North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 248/29

No 1

WINDOW, Samuel plasterer Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 306/15

WINDOW, Samuel plasterer Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 34/41

WINDOW, Samuel plasterer Hindmarsh and Mary Window his wife parents of their eldest son John Daniel Window shoemaker Hindmarsh 1870 Memorial 15/250

WINDOW, Mary wife of Samuel Window plasterer Hindmarsh, died 7/8/1877, of erysipelas aged 59 Application 19610.

WINDOW, Samuel plasterer Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18644

No 1

WINDSCHEID, Friedrich Otto publican Tanunda 1853[-1854] 4 year lease on the Tanunda Hotel at £60 a year Memorial 411/55

WINDSCHEID, Friedrich Otto gentleman Tanunda 1855 7 year lease of the Angaston Hotel at £273 a year from Nicholas PLAYER licensed victualler Angaston Memorial 349/89

WINDSCHEID, Otto clerk to Carl von BERTOUCH land agent Tanunda 1858 Memorial 187/147

WINDSHEID, F Otto clerk Gawler 1859 Memorial 272/154

WINDSCHEID, Friedrich Otto auctioneer's clerk formerly of Angaston but now of Gawler 1859 Memorial 155/156

WINDSCHEID, Otto auctioneer Nuriootpa 1869 Memorial 206/237

WINDSCHEID, F Otto agent Nuriootpa 1876 Memorial 241/294

WINDSCHEID, Amalie Henriette widow Riverton 1885 Links with the late Friedrich Otto Windscheid Application 20412

WINDSCHEID, MA clerk Nuriootpa 1877 Memorial 127/299

WINDSOR, Charles gardener Penwortham 1867 Memorial 55/224

WINDSOR, EC agent Union Bank of Australia Gawler 1859 Memorial 263/148

No 1 - probably the same person

WINDSOR, John farmer Gawler Plains 1851[-1852] Memorial 309/33

WINDSOR, John farmer Little Para 1854 Memorial 384/84

No 1

WINDSOR, William farmer Mt Crawford 1856 Memorial 251/111

WINDSOR, William farmer South Rhine 1869 Memorial 156/237

No 2

WINDSOR, William farmer Tam O'Shanter Plains 1863 Memorial 117/192

No 3

WINDSOR, William labourer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1901[-1908] Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra

No 1

WINDSOR, William Ogilvie gentleman North Adelaide 1871[-1873] Memorial 245/250

WINDSOR, WO clerk to Messrs WRIGHT Bros agents Adelaide 1873 Memorial 34/268

No 1

WINDUS, Edward Ernest gentleman Adelaide 1855 Memorial 482/79

WINDUS, Edward Ernest gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 336/117

WINDUS, Edward Ernest gentleman, late of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Thomas POWELL land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 26/3/1857 Deposit 22/1881

WINES, James labourer The Finniss 1859 Memorial 338/153

WINFIELD, Edmund James Blackeby butcher Yackamoorundie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WINFIELD, Edmund James Blackeby butcher Yackamoorundie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Yacka Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WINFIELD, Edmund James Blackeby butcher Yacka. Trustee Institute Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WINFIELD, Edmund James Blackeby dairyman Magill 1892[-1896] Memorial 217/415

No 1

WINFIELD, James sawyer Magill 1841[-1846] Memorial 307/26

WINFIELD, James farmer Section 272 Survey B 1846 Memorial 239/6

WINFIELD, James farmer 1850 Memorial 24/183

WINFIELD, James farmer Magill, died c1854. He left his whole estate in trust to John GOODWIN, John TOWNSEND and John GRIGG, to invest and manage for the support of his six children during their infancy - Mary Ann Winfield, Joseph Winfield, John Winfield, Lydia Zillah Winfield, Adah Elizabeth Winfield, Clementina Hannah Baker Winfield, and Edmund James WINFIELD. All children to receive their share absolutely in remainder expectant as they turned 21 or the daughters married. Application 13438.

WINFIELD, James farmer Magill, died c1854. He instructed his executors and trustees, John GOODWIN farmer Magill, John TOWNSEND carpenter Kensington and John GRIGG carpenter Adelaide, to sell his entire personal estate, and add the proceeds to the money already part of the estate. The trustees had to set up a trust fund to provide an income for James Winfield's children until the eldest child turned 21. Then the real estate to be sold and added to the trust fund. The fund to be distributed equally amongst his children as they reach 21 years old - Mary Ann Winfield, Joseph John Winfield, Lydia Lillah Winfield, Ada Elizabeth Winfield, Clementine Hannah Baker Winfield, and Edmund James Berkely Winfield Application 23287

WINFIELD, James farmer Magill and his wife, Hannah BLACKEBY. James Winfield formerly of Crawley, Oxon, England, married 9/3/1840 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide, Hannah BLACKEBY formerly of Stoke Newington, Middlesex, England. She was a sister to Mrs John GOODWIN farmer Magill. James WINFIELD died 6/4/1854 at Magill. Mary Ann MUNDY, (born 29/3/1841 Magill) wife of Henry Mundy farmer Magill, was the eldest child of the marriage Deposit 106/1862

WINFIELD, Mary Ann born 29/3/1841 Magill, eldest daughter of James Winfield farmer, formerly sawyer, and Hannah nee BLACKEBY. MA Winfield later married Henry MUNDY farmer Brownhill Creek. John GOODWIN gardener Adelaide was an executor for James Winfield's will 1871 Application 13438

No 1

WING, Joseph licensed victualler North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 159/31

WING, Joseph yeoman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 163/35

No 1

WING, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1838 Application 18644

WING, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1892 Application 22210

WING, Richard fellmonger Howard St, Hindmarsh and Hannah Wing his wife 1893 Memorial 20/418

No 1

WINGARD, William shunter Pt Lincoln 1926 Application 27487

WINGARD, William milk vendor Pt Lincoln 1949 Application 28681

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WINGATE, William labourer Kensington 1840 Application 6285

WINGATE, William farmer Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 330/9

WINGATE, William farmer Gawler River 1851[-1865] Memorial 138/35

WINGATE, William yeoman Bridham Farm Gawler River 1855 Memorial 158/81

WINGATE, WIlliam the Elder farmer Gawler River 1862[-1875] Memorial 80/184

WINGATE, William of near Gawler, about to marry Mary Anne FOLLAND spinster Barossa Hills, marriage settlement, certain lands which MA Folland owned in the Barossa Special Survey, in trust to her use for life, then to his use for life, then to the children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant 9/4/1863. Trustees Charles French Folland farmer Enfield and William David SCOTT Esquire Adelaide. By 19/11/1864, the marriage was over and Mary Anne Wingate lived at Enfield. Her husband promised not to take her inheritance from her, and to take action against anyone who said anything against her Deposits 100/1863, 143-145/1876

WINGATE, William farmer near Gawler and Mary Ann Wingate his wife formerly Mary Ann FOLLAND 1876 Memorial 100/293

WINGATE, William the Elder farmer Gawler River, died 18/12/1881. He left his estate to his son, William Wingate the Younger farmer Gawler River. Estate worth £220 Application 19665

WINGATE, Mary Ann widow Enfield aunt to Ellen WILLIAMS no description 1890 Memorial 25/405

WINGATE, William farmer Gawler 1892 Application 22366

WINGFIELD, James farmer Magill 1852 Memorial 438/39

WINGROVE, Edmund Walter merchant formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies but now residing in the city of London, Middlesex, England 1856[-1863] Memorial 324/100

WINGROVE, Walter Frederick of Calcutta, British India, died 19/7/1847. By 1878, his widow, Elizabeth Lucy Wingrove lived at 22 Grove Tce, Kentish Town, Middlesex, England his eldest son and heir at law Edmund Walter Wingrove formerly merchant Calcutta but then gentleman South End House, Twickenham, Middlesex, England 1878 Memorial 145/310

WINKEL, Friedrich Ernst Bis farmer Gawler River 1907 Memorial 239/457

No 1

WINKELMANN, Heinrich Julius Gustav farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 152/77

WINKELMANN, Heinrich Julius Gustav formerly farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 but now shoemaker Hamilton Vic 1870 Application 10761

FIND check spelling

WINKENWERDER, Carl Christian Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 486/35

WINCKELWERDER, Carl Christian Heinrich farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 64 County Adelaide

WINKLER, Alfred Siegmund farmer Gumbowie 1887 Memorial 14/384

No 1

WINKLER, August Christian farmer Greenock Creek 1855 Memorial 12/95

WINKLER, August Christian farmer Saddleworth 1873 Memorial 229/264

WINKLER, Johann Samuel farmer Blumberg 1853[-1855] Memorial 258/47

No 1

WINKLER, Robert Louis mounted constable Yankalilla 1896 Memorial 116/429

WINKLER, Robert Louis mounted constable Normanville 1898 Memorial 247/435

WINKLER, Siegmund miller Gladstone. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 314 County Victoria

No 1

WINKLEY, Thomas Walter farmer Finniss Vale 1856 Memorial 73/113

WINKLEY, Thomas Walter coach proprietor Strathalbyn 1866 Memorial 202/216

WINKLEY, Thomas Walter farmer Tarlee 1880 Memorial 201/325

WINKLEY, Thomas Walter dairyman Enfield. Enfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1894 Application 27786

WINKLEY, Thomas Walter farmer formerly of Finniss Vale but now of Enfield 1897 Application 23478

No 1

WINKLEY, Walter farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Memorial 100/65

WINKLEY, Walter carter Willunga 1856 Memorial 105/97

No 1

WINKLEY, Walter Baxter dairyman Enfield 1898[-1902] Memorial 214/434

WINKLEY, Walter Baxter farmer Collins St, Enfield 1922, declared that he had lived in the district for 30 years and knew the area well Application 26931

No 1

WINN, Richard farmer Upper Sturt 1858 Memorial 62/135

WINN, Richard farmer Coromandel Valley 1883 Memorial 121/353

WINN, Richard died 17/2/1904. Father of Oliver Winn butcher Coromandel Valley, Walter William Winn farmer Coromandel Valley, Sarah Jane Winn spinster Coromandel Valley and Herbert John Winn farmer Coromandel Valley Memorial 134/451

WINN, Richard farmer Coromandel Valley died 17/2/1904. His estate worth £2,500. Bequests to his son Oliver Winn butcher Coromandel Valley who lived on pt Section 865 Hundred of Noarlunga, to his son Herbert John Winn farmer Coromandel Valley, to his daughter Sarah Jane Winn (married Richard James TAPLEY 43 out of business Tapley Hill (Father: James Marford Tapley) on 2/8/1904 John SAUERBIER home Brighton Rd, Brighton)s, to his daughter Flora Jane NORRIS wife of William Norris farmer Smithfield Application 27563

No 1

WINN, Walter grocer and baker Coromandel Valley 1901 Memorial 152/442

WINN, Walter baker Coromandel Valley 1902 Memorial 50/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WINNALL, Charles A clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 10/421

WINNALL, Charles Herbert licensed land broker Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1904 Application 24789

WINNALL, Charles HA hotelbroker Adelaide 1923 Memorial 79/489

No 1

WINNALL, John draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856 Memorial 4/72

WINNALL, John linendraper Adelaide 1856 Memorial 239/103

WINNALL, John commission agent Adelaide 1859 Memorial 246/152

WINNALL, John commission agent Kooringa 1859 Memorial 76/160

WINNALL, John draper Kooringa Co Burra. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 105 County Daly

WINNALL, John storekeeper Kooringa and Mary Ann Winnall his wife 1864 Memorial 59/253

WINNALL, John draper Adelaide 1870 Application 10528

WINNALL, Mary Ann widow Glenelg 1877[-1883] Memorial 163/308

WINNALL, Mary Ann widow formerly of Glenelg but then of North Adelaide, died 26/7/1906. Her family as of 1912 - John Edward Hyde Winnall solicitor Kooringa, Charles Herbert Winnall agent Adelaide, and Mary Elinor HILL married woman Sydney NSW Memorial 26/467

No 1

WINNALL, John Edward Hyde articled law clerk North Adelaide 1894 Memorial 211/420

WINNALL, JEH solicitor Kooringa 1895[-1897] Memorial 145/423

WINNALL, John Edward Hyde solicitor Kooringa 1900 Memorial 29/442

WINNALL, John Edward solicitor formerly of Kooringa 1897 but now of Adelaide 1925 Application 26925

WINNALL, John Edward solicitor formerly of Kooringa but then of 52 Third Ave, St Peters, died 21/5/1925. Husband of Jessie Harriet Winnall. Estate worth £2,750 Memorial 139/493

WINNALL, John Edward Hyde [formerly] solicitor Kooringa, died 21/5/1925 Application 27553

WINNALL, John Edward Hyde solicitor Kooringa 1916. He died 21/5/1925 Third Ave, St Peters, of gout, arteriosclerosis and syncope, aged 60. Born at Burra, he had married at 32; 4 sons and 2 daughters living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. He had been a trustee of the Kooringa Freemasons' Lodge Applications 27647 & 27690

WINNALL, Ruth Catherine married woman North Adelaide 1913 Memorial 152/469

WINNALL, William Austin farmer Black Rock near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 417 County Dalhousie

WINNECKE, Adolph farmer Melrose. Hundred of Appila land grant 1879[-1882] Grant Book 24 Page 498 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WINNECKE, Carl of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 50/27

WINNECKE, George Carl Alexander cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 223/42 Cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 369/50

WINNECKE, George Carl Alexander cabinetmaker Adelaide 1855[-1862] Memorial 169/80

WINNECKE, George Carl Alexander of Norwood 1855 Memorial 53/89

WINNECKE, Carl gentleman Norwood 1873 Memorial 93/272

WINNECKE, George Alexander Carl the Elder gentleman Norwood, died 9/3/1891. Father of GAC Winnecke the Younger and Auguste Wilhelmine Louise Winnecke Memorial 114/410

WINNECKE, Charles George Alexander surveyor Adelaide 1899 Application 23816

WINNER, Elizabeth Annie married woman Medindie 1927 Application 27603

WINNING, Theodor blacksmith Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 183/75

WINRIGHT, Thomas farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 366/50

WINSER, Cyril Leigh private secretary Adelaide 1924, and Agnes Dorothy Mayura Winser his wife Application 27245

No 1

WINSKER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Sheaoak Log 1856 Memorial 232/104

WINSKER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Walton near Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 58/145

WINSKER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Walton 1861 Application 274

WINSKER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 263/178

WINSLOW, William of Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 263/108

WINSOR, Albert Alfred farmer Penfield. His wife, Ada Winsor, daughter of Lewis Fidge and Elizabeth nee Winsor, died 18/11/1929 RPA Search 1963

WINSOR, Winter Leslie farmer Salisbury and BURDETT, Louisa widow 38 Statenborough St, Leabrook, children of Mary Ann Winzor widow Deal Court near Salisbury, who died 13/4/1923 1 Application 28587

No 1

WINSPEAR, Jonathan of Echunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 194/38

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer Lower Finniss. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 266 County Sturt

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer Lake Alexandrina. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1861 Grant Book 58 Page 345 County Sturt

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer Brinkley. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1864[-1884] Grant Book 58 Page 346 County Sturt

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer Mulgundawar Lake Alexandrina. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1866 Grant Book 58 Page 351 County Sturt

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer Mulgundawar 1879[-1882] Memorial 93/315

WINSPEAR, Jonathan farmer formerly of Echunga but now of Langhorne Creek 1890 Memorial 238/400

No 1

WINSTANLEY, Isaac farmer Dry Creek 1857[-1867] Memorial 268/124

WINSTANLEY, Isaac engineer Dry Creek 1863 Memorial 255/191

WINSTANLEY, Isaac gentleman Prospect 1897 Application 23298

WINSTANLEY, Joseph Henry contractor Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

WINSTANLEY, Reuben Henesey sawyer East Auburn 1856[-1857] Memorial 188/107

WINSTON, William Henry labourer Stepney 1911 Application 25996

WINTER, Alfred Edwin farmer Pt Clinton. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1937 Grant Book 14 Page 148 County Daly

WINTER, August farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 64/216

WINTER, Augustus teacher Balhannah 1865 Memorial 58/206

WINTER, Augustus William post office clerk formerly of Bowden but now of Molesworth St, North Adelaide. His wife, Mary Jane Winter, died 19/10/1910 Memorial 9/464

WINTER, Bernhard farmer Kapunda 1926 Application 27449

No 1

WINTER, Carl Friedrich August farmer Balaklava. Trustee Public School Balaklava Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1875 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

WINTER, August farmer Frys Flat near Dalkey. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

No 1

WINTER, Carl Friedrich August farmer Hundred of Lindley. Hundred of Lindley land grant 1886 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

WINTER, Carl Friedrich August farmer Morgan 1888 Memorial 43/390

WINTER, Carl Oswald farmer Bethel 1885 Memorial 245/368

No 1

WINTER, Charles & George PUZEY aerated water manufacturers Adelaide 1849 Memorial 212/18

WINTER, Charles & George PUZEY soda water manufacturers Morphett St, Adelaide 1850[-1851] [George Puzey is also noted as George Winter in some records] Memorial 225/21, 371/31

WINTER, Charles Bassell Bank of Australasia manager Adelaide 1901 Memorial 132/444

WINTER, Frederick publican Adelaide (Selborne Hotel Pirie St) 1895 Memorial 85/424

WINTER, Fritz baker Adelaide 1856 Memorial 464/95

No 1

WINTER, George baker North Adelaide (Pt TA 865 corner shop of O'Connell St and Tynte St) 1850[-1851] Memorials 390/22, 229/32

No 2

WINTER, George cabinetmaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 369/31

No 3

WINTER, George butcher Bowden 1854 Memorial 96/69

No 4

WINTER, George farmer Ardrossan Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 285 County Fergusson

WINTER, Henry Scaife miner Kadina. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

No 1

WINTER, James carpenter Portland Estate 1877 Application 16204

No 2

WINTER, James market gardener Kingston S-E 1897 Memorial 131/430

WINTER, James gardener Kingston S-E, died 27/5/1904, of paralysis, aged 61. He had been a Trustee of the Lacepede Bay Institute Application 28146

WINTER, James Powell labourer North Adelaide 1868 Memorial 75/235

No 1

WINTER, John farmer Brighton 1859[-1869] Memorial 260/152

WINTER, John farmer Brighton. New Glenelg Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1862 Memorial 158/241

No 1 - probably the same person

WINTER, Robert farmer Hurtle Vale 1842 Memorial 342/2

WINTER, Robert Dowie gentleman Morphett Vale 1843[-1846] Memorial 25/3

WINTER, Robert Dowie farmer Hurtle Vale 1849 Memorial 273/16

WINTER, Sinai Catherine spinster Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 135 County Daly

WINTER, Thomas Henry farmer Curramulka 1883 Memorial 230/347

No 1

WINTER, William farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850 Memorial 324/133

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WINTER, William labourer Brownhill Creek 1866 Memorial 15/213

WINTER, William gardener Crafers 1877 Application 16473

No 3

WINTER, William clerk Bowden and Mary Jane Winter his wife 1886 Memorial 226/375

No 1

WINTERBOTHAM, Lindsay Percy tanner and wool merchant Hindmarsh linked with Frederick and Lindsay D Winterbotham solicitors Stroud, Glos, England 1887 Memorial 184/385

WINTERBOTHAM, Lindsay Percy farmer and wool merchant Hindmarsh 1891 Memorial 164/409

WINTERBOTHAM, Lindsay Percy wool merchant Hindmarsh 1897 Memorial 177/430

No 1

WINTERFIELD, John farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 63/184

WINTERFIELD, John farmer MacDonnell Bay. Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 35 County Grey

WINTERS, John farmer Adelaide, about to depart the province, power of attorney to Arthur CHAPMAN estate agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs for him 3/2/1880 Deposit 55/1880

WINTLE, John furrier and taxidermist Adelaide (Hindley St) 'being the shop a room lately occupied as a watchmaker's shop by one JJ DAVIES' directly to the west of the Theatre Royal Hotel 1877 Memorial 43/300

WINTON, Alfred farmer Collinsfield. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 358 County Daly

WINTON, Alfred labourer Lyndoch Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 226 County Victoria

WINTON, Captain farmer Lyndoch Valley 1864 Application 5603

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

No 1

WINTON, George farmer Lyndoch Valley. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

WINTON, George farmer Lyndoch Valley 1889 Memorial 8/400

WINTON, George farmer Woodlands near Lyndoch, died c1906. Father of Matilda TWELL wife of Samuel Richard Twell farmer Lyndoch and Walter Winton. [Likely also other children in this family] Memorials 242, 243/463

WINTON, Henry civil servant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 156/410

WINTON, HJ clerk Adelaide 1901[-1904] Memorial 134/444

No 1

WINTON, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 322/37

WINTON, John farmer Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 314/97

WINTON, John married Lucy nee ? in Feb 1807 Kent, England. Children - Sarah Winton born June 1813; Thomas Winton born Aug 1816; George Winton born March 1819; Silas Winton born June 1824; Mary Winton born May 1827. The family emigrated to SA. John Winton died 25/12/1864 intestate Section 1727 Sandy Creek. Thomas Winton farmer Lyndoch, his eldest son, inherited at heir at law. He died 17/4/1874 Lyndoch intestate, leaving a widow, Elizabeth Winton Application 13857

No 2

WINTON, John out of business 9 Victoria St, Payneham, died 23/12/1928. Father of William Alexander Winton surveyor 9 Victoria St, Payneham and Wirra Jean Winton no description Memorial 110/501

No 1

WINTON, Thomas of Adelaide 1840 Application 16917

WINTON, Thomas yeoman Adelaide 1842. Memorial 284/1 Farmer Cowandilla 1845 Memorial 285/5

WINTON, Thomas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851[-1867] Memorial 291/41

WINTON, Elizabeth widow Lyndoch Valley linked with Lucy Winton widow Sandy Creek 1874 Memorial 132/277

WINTON, Elizabeth widow Lyndoch Valley 1881 Application 18622

WINTON, Elizabeth widow Lyndoch Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 298 County Victoria

WINTON, Silas farmer Hundred of Pirie. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pt Pirie Hundred of Pirie land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 296 County Victoria

WINTON, William farmer near Gawler 1861 Memorial 310/179

No 1

WINWOOD, William Weston ironmonger Norwood 1859 Application 640

WINWOOD, William Weston, John DUNGEY and William Alfred WOOD booksellers trading under the style or firm of Dungey, Winwood & Wood 1879 Memorial 44/315

WINWOOD, William Weston bookseller and stationer Adelaide (84 Hindley St), declared a bankrupt at a meeting held at Eagle Chambers King William St, Adelaide on 7/7/1882 Memorial 220/345

WINWOOD, William Weston bookseller Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1896 Memorial 167/427

WINWOOD, William Weston agent Hyde Park 1898 Memorial 242/435, Application 23656

No 1

WINZER, Edward farmer Kalkabury. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

WINZER, Edward farmer Wallaroo. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 415 County Daly

No 1

WINZER, Philip bricklayer and plasterer Norwood 1858 Memorial 324/139

WINZER, Philip plasterer Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 105 County Daly

No 1

WINSOR, Albert Alfred farmer Penfield 1905 Memorial 198/452

WINZOR, Albert Alfred grazier Deal Court near Salisbury, died c1913 Memorial 104/469

WINZOR, Albert Alfred gentleman 3d Ave, St Peters, died 3/7/1913, of heart failure and 3 days' meningitis, aged 46. Born at Salisbury, he married aged 21. 1 son and 1 daughter living Application 29152

WINZOR, Emma spinster Adelaide (Angas St) 1869 Memorial 187/238

WINZOR, John farmer Lagoon Farm, Glenelg 1852 Memorial 171/39.

WINZOR, Frank Lovelock university lecturer 59 Stanley St, Erindale 1949[-1956] Memorial 14/524

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WINSOR/WINZOR, John farmer Lagoon Farm near Glenelg 1846[-1852] Memorial 73/6 Farmer Little Para 1847[-1854]. He leased a section for 12 years at £20 a year from James GAYWOOD licensed victualler Currie St. Memorial 323/9

WINSOR, John farmer Deal Court Little Para 1855[-1856] Memorial 455/85

WINZOR, John the Younger farmer Little Para 1874 Memorial 138/275

WINZOR, John died 31/8/1904. Family by 1905 included; Albert Alfred Winzor farmer formerly of Penfield but now of Deal Court near Salisbury, Winter Leslie Winzor farmer Strowan near Salisbury, and Louisa BURDETT wife of John Burdett the Younger grazier Bolivar Memorial 14/454

WINZOR, John the Younger farmer Deal Court near Salisbury, died 31/8/1904. His estate worth £12,400. Bequests and life interests in real estate to his wife, Mary Ann Winzor. Bequests to his children - Albert Alfred Winzor farmer Penfield, Winton Leslie Winzor, Louisa BURDETT wife of John Burdett the Younger. Life interest in Salisbury allotments to Mrs PALMER wife of Thomas Palmer carpenter Salisbury. John Winzor was a good friend of Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN solicitor Eagle Chambers, King William St, Adelaide, who was one of the executors of the will Application 29152

WINZOR, Mary Ann widow Salisbury, died c1923. Executors; Winter Leslie Winzor of Salisbury and Louisa BURDETT widow Grant Ave, Toorak Memorial 176/489

WIRSING, Christoph farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 82/66

No 1

WIRTH, Carl yeoman Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 98/119

WIRTH, Carl labourer Hahndorf 1867 Application 8501

WIRTH, Carl mason Hahndorf 1867 Application 8697

WIRTH, Carl farmer Hahndorf 1869 Application 9730

WIRTH, Carl no description surrendered lease land near Hahndorf 1875 Memorial 202/283

WIRTH, Carl farmer Bletchley owned land in Hahndorf 1875 Application 14196

WIRTH, Carl of Hahndorf 1876 Application 15147

WIRTH, Carl formerly yeoman but then farmer Hahndorf 1883 Memorial 106/354

WIRTH, Carl mason Hahndorf 1882 Application 19503

No 1

WIRTH, Heinrich gardener Brownhill Creek 1849 Memorial 356/19

WIRTH, Heinrich of Brownhill and Emilie Wirth his wife 1854 Memorial 459/72

WIRTH, Emilie widow Brownhill Creek 1854, relict of the late Heinrich Wirth of Brownhill Creek deceased Memorial 145/74

WIRTH, Leslie Franz Carl agent Galga 1952 Memorial 1/527 

No 1

WISDOM, George carpenter and joiner Adelaide (Wright St) 1848 Memorial 57/11

WISDOM, George builder Adelaide 1856 Memorial 31/109

WISDOM, George [probably of Adelaide] and Catherine Wisdom his wife 1969 Memorial 162/317

No 1

WISDOM, James publican Kapunda 1849 Memorial 258/14

WISDOM, James licensed victualler Section 1103 Light River 1850 Memorial 125/21

WISDOM, John licensed victualler formerly of the Young Queen Inn Adelaide but now of the Flagstaff Hotel near the Sturt River 1864 Memorial 72/223

WISDOM, John Nicholas carpenter Adelaide 1875[-1882] Memorial 126/283

WISDOM, Nicholas mine manager Adelaide, power of attorney to George LIGHTBODY gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/1/1897 Deposit 1/1897

WISE, Albert William farmer Gumeracha 1900 Memorial 99/441

WISE, Arthur farmer Normanville 1924 ,declared that he had lived in the district for 70 years Application 27236

WISE, Charles Robert gardener North Adelaide. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1922 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

WISE, Elliott driver Copperhouse near Kooringa 1915[-1924] Memorial 44/472

WISE, Elliott Stanley White contractor Copperhouse near Kooringa 1922 Memorial 94/486

WISE, Frank M clerk Beetaloo 1888 Memorial 12/391

WISE, George miller Gawler West 1877 Application 16505

WISE, George Gordon clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorials 456/24 & 259/28

No 1

WISE, John farmer Parkhurst Meadows Special Survey 1851[-1853] Memorial 240/34 Hundred of Waitpinga land grant 1854 Memorial 219/67

WISE, John stockholder Yankalilla died c 1854. Husband of Anne Wise. His eldest son and heir at law called William Wise, an infant of the age of 4 years Memorial 317/79

WISE, John 33 married Ann WILSON 24 on 3/5/1850 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Witnesses: Thomas and Janet Jackson. The Wises settled at Parkhurst near the Meadows. Two sons - William Wise born 19/2/1851 and Arthur Wise born 28/8/1853. John Wise stockholder, died 11/6/1854 intestate, of concussion of the brain, aged 35. His eldest son, William Wise, inherited as heir at law. He died 23/4/1867 Tonquililla, of typhoid fever, aged 14, leaving Arthur Wise later land owner Palperipa near Normanville as the new heir at law 1908 . Ann WISE nee Wilson 27 widow remarried to Robert ROBERTSON 24 bachelor farmer on 13/7/1855 Holy Trinity Church, North Tce Adelaide. Witnesses: Thomas and Janet Jackson. The bride could not write. Application 25446

WISE, Ann widow Yankalilla, relict of the late John Wise formerly farmer Yankalilla but now deceased 1856 Memorial 240/101

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WISE, John carpenter Gawler 1865 Application 6858

WISE, John carpenter Auburn 1868[-1872] Memorial 66/231

WISE, John carpenter formerly of Auburn 1868 but now of Wallaroo 1873 Application 13017

No 3

WISE, John farmer Cartapo near Hallett 1883 Memorial 154/354

WISE, John farmer Hallett and Susannah Margaret Wise his wife 1893 Memorial 19/420

WISE, John farmer Kooringa 1902 Kooringa Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

WISE, John farmer Kooringa 1903[-1907] Memorial 11/450

WISE, John Wise farmer Hallett and Susannah Margaret Wise his wife 1912 Application 26148

WISE, John formerly farmer Kooringa but now gentleman Prospect 1917 Memorial 135/475

WISE, John of Prospect, died c1928. Father of Elliot Stanley White Wise formerly of Braemar via Hallett but now dairy farmer Jervois 1929 Memorial 172/502

WISE, Robert gardener Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

No 1

WISE, Samuel farmer Booleroo. Trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

WISE, Samuel farmer Hallett Co Burra. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 623 County Frome

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WISE, William bachelor Launceston, Cornwall, England married Flora GARTON spinster on 12/7/1835 St Mary Magdalene parish church. The Wise family emigrated to SA 1837 Catherine Stewart Forbes. One child born in England - Elizabeth later wife of William GIDDINGS the Younger farmer Penwortham. Eldest son, William Wise the Younger, born 14/9/1839 Adelaide, in 1898, farmer Gumeracha. Richard Wise, born 24/1/1842 and died in infancy in Adelaide. Another Richard Wise born 8/8/1845 Gumeracha who also died in infancy at Gumeracha. John Wise, born 9/6/1846, now 1898 farmer Hallett near Kooringa. Samuel Wise born 7/11/1849 Gumeracha, now 1898 farmer Gumeracha. William Wise the Elder died 1/1/1861 Gumeracha. Flora Wise died 15/1/1878 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, of senile decay and brain disease, aged 70. Elizabeth Wise 24 married William Giddings 22 farmer Gumeracha (Father: William Giddings) on 6/2/1864 Kenton Valley Baptist Chapel. Minister: Henry Lewer TUCK. Witnesses: William Wise farmer Gumeracha, Jesse MEWETT labourer Chain of Ponds . William LILLECRAPP a neighbour of the Wises for 34 years at Gumeracha, and also fellow passenger, gave much of the above information Application 23641.

WISE, William carpenter & joiner Adelaide 1839 Application 2262

WISE, William carpenter Western Sources of the Torrens River 1847 Memorial 188/8

WISE, William carpenter Kenton Valley Enon Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1853 Memorial 102/52

WISE, William the Elder Gumeracha, died 1/1/1861. He left his carpenter's tools to his son, William Wise the Younger, and the rest of his estate in trust to his unnamed wife for life and then to be distributed equally amongst his unnamed children Memorial 299/170

WISE, William carpenter Gumeracha, died 1/1/1861. His estate to his children, who by 1875 were situated thus: John and Samuel Wise farmers Hallett near Kooringa and Elizabeth GIDDINGS nee Wise wife of William Giddings the Younger farmer Penwortham Memorial 74/285

WISE, William the Elder of Gumeracha, died 1/1/1861. His wife died 15/1/1878. When she died, the children were disposed as follows: John Wise farmer Hallett, Samuel Wise farmer Hallett, Elizabeth GIDDINGS wife of William Giddings the Younger farmer Penwortham, and William Wise the Younger farmer Gumeracha Memorial 174/306

WISE, William carpenter Kenton Valley. Kenton Valley Particular Baptist Chapel trustee 1891 Memorial 116/409

WISE, William J farmer Hallett 1891 Memorial 98/410

No 1

WISEMAN, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 312/39

WISEMAN, Henry formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1866 Memorial 30/209

WISEMAN, Henry fisherman formerly of Queenscliffe Vic but now of Glanville SA 1880 Application 18180

No 1

WISEMAN, James shopkeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1848 Memorial 7/11

WISEMAN, James fishmonger Adelaide (King William St) 1851 Memorial 244/37

WISEMAN, James general dealer 226 Swanston St, Melbourne Vic father of Henry Wiseman fish agent Queenscliffe Vic 1877 Memorial 229/304

WISEMAN, Nicholas brickmaker Bowden 1855 Memorial 351/89

No 1

WISEMAN, William mason Hindmarsh 1838 Application 17440.

WISEMAN, William bricklayer and brickmaker Bowden 1851. He had left for Victoria by 1859. An unnamed sister lived on the allotment next door to him in Bowden Application 22048

WISEMAN, William brickmaker Bowden 1851[-1854] Memorial 200/30

WISEMAN, William brickmaker Brompton 1855 Memorial 281/94

WISEMAN, William brickmaker formerly of Bowden but now residing in the colony of Victoria 1859 Memorial 185/159

No 2

WISEMAN, William farmer Tapley Hill 1858 Memorial 54/142

WISEMAN, William farmer Rapid Bay 1861 Memorial 209/179

No 3

WISEMAN, William labourer Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20469

No 4

WISEMAN, William undertaker's assistant Buton?? near Clare 1884 Application 24041

No 1

WISEMAN, William George blacksmith Penong. Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

WISEMAN, William George carpenter Penong. Trustee Institute Penong Penong (Hundred of Burgoyne) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 41 Page 13 County Kintore

No 1

WISHART, Alexander stone mason Adelaide 1840. By 1853, he was a stone mason at Angaston 1914 Application 26398

WISHART, Alexander stone mason German Pass 1846 Memorial 103/7

WISHART, Alexander stone mason Mexican Vale near Angaston and Lilias Wishart his wife 1850 Memorial 77/25

WISHART, Alexander stone mason Angaston 1853 Memorial 461/48

WISHART, Alexander stonemason Angaston and Lilias Wishart his wife 1858 Memorial 314/132

WISHART, Alexander stonemason Angaston, surviving his wife, Lilias Wishart 1883 Application 19843

WISHART, Lilias wife of Alexander Wishart gardener Angaston, died 12/6/1883, of hepatitis with gastric complication and abscess of the lungs, aged 73. Informant James WISHART undertaker Angaston Application 12044.

No 2

WISHART, Alexander stone mason Thebarton 1855 Memorial 449/94

WISHART, David Hay cabinetmaker Adelaide 1852 Memorial 469/40 Cabinetmaker formerly of Adelaide now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 226/70

No 1

WISHART, James bootmaker Adelaide 1845[-1853] Memorial 249/5

No 2

WISHART, James carpenter Angaston 1855[-1868] Memorial 243/84

WISHART, James the Younger carpenter formerly of Morgan but now of Angaston 1911 Memorial 118/465

No 3

WISHART, James gardener near Gawler 1890 Application 21817

No 4

WISHART, James out of business near Auburn and Sarah Fussell Wishart his wife 1901[-1910] Applications 24175, 25875

WISHART, James Llewellyn outfitter Rainbow Vic. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

No 1

WISHART, John mason Angaston 1853 Memorial 185/62

No 2

WISHART, John shepherd Strangways Springs 1864 Memorial 37/195

No 3

WISHART, John contractor Adelaide 1881[-1891] Memorial 56/333

WISHART, John contractor Adelaide, power of attorney to Leanna Judah DAVIES contractor Adelaide, to manage his business affairs in the Australian colonies 8/10/1886 Deposit 62/1891

WISHART, John contractor North Adelaide 1905 Memorial 190/453

WISHART, John the Elder contractor Suva Fiji and Mill Tce, North Adelaide, (with his sons John Wishart the Younger and James Baillie Wishart also of Suva, trading as timber merchants and contractors under the style or firm of John Wishart & Sons), died 20/7/1906. Father of John Wishart the Younger, James Baillie Wishart, Henry Walter Wishart ironmonger Perth WA and Jessie Janet Wishart spinster Mill Tce, North Adelaide. Estate worth £3,162/5/7 Memorial 179/497

WISHART, John contractor and timber merchant formerly of Suva Fiji but then of Mill Tce, North Adelaide, died 20/7/1906 in Suva. He left his daughter, Jessie Janet Wishart, his furnishings in his Mills Tce house, and £1,000. The rest of his estate to his sons, John Wishart and James Baillie Wishart timber merchants Fiji, and Henry Walter Wishart ironmonger Perth WA, including a chance to purchase their father's third share in the business of John Wishart & Sons of Suva. Estate valued at £3,162/5/7 Application 27665

No 4

WISHART, John farmer Yaranyacka 1885 Memorial 134/368

WISHART, John farmer Yaranyacka. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Yaranyacka land grant 1891 Grant Book 179 Page 207 County Flinders

WISHART, JH farmer Warratta 1908 Memorial 101/459

WISHART, Wilfred Percy clerk Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

WISHART, William formerly of Adelaide but now sheep owner Murray River 1846 Memorial 189/7

WISLANG, Johann Gottlob labourer Nuriootpa 1865 Application 6341

WISNIEWSKI, John Theopil engine driver Kapunda 1923 Memorial 132/488

WISSANGER, James Paul teacher probably of Yankalilla 1866 Memorial 122/217

WISSENDORF, Christian salesman Windsor Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 19 Page 487 County Fergusson

WITCHEN, Thomas farmer Hill River 1864 Application 5778

WITCOMB, George John farmer Clinton 1883 Memorial 187/348

No 1

WITCOMB, George eating house keeper Anama. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 56 Page 108 County Stanley

WITCOMB, Sarah Trafford widow Yacka. Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1876[-1878] Grant Book 56 Page 110 County Stanley

WITCOMB, Sarah Trafford widow Yacka 1886 Memorial 55/379

WITCOMBE, Charles cabinetmaker Adelaide 1878 Application 25699

WITCOMBE, George cabinetmaker Adelaide 1875 Application 24018

No 1

WITCOMBE, John gardener Adelaide (Rundle St) 1852 Memorial 358/45

WITCOMBE, John cordwainer Plympton 1854 Memorial 116/73

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WITCOMBE, Jonah cabinetmaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1861[-1862] Memorial 127/180

WITCOMBE, Jonah assistant registrar of births, deaths and marriages Adelaide 1879 Application 17950.

WITCOMBE, Jonah Deputy Registrar Births, Deaths and Marriages Adelaide 1879 Application 20986

WITCOMBE, Learf cabinetmaker Adelaide 1875 Application 21605

WITHALL & WELLS architects Adelaide (Rundle St), Adelaide 1888, designed the new Bank of New Zealand Building 86 King William St, Adelaide. Pt Town Acre 141. A ground floor auction mart featured in this plan. SYMON, BAKEWELL & Symon were the Bank's Adelaide solicitors Deposit 115/1888

No 1 - probably the same person

WITHERICK, John blacksmith North Adelaide 1872 Memorial 201/261

WITHERICK, John coachbuilder Adelaide 1887[-1892] Memorial 141/382, Application 21143

WITHERICK, William mariner Adelaide 1849[-1851] Memorial 341/16

WITHEROW, Joseph Locksley miller Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 320/82

WITHERS, Edmund carpenter Norwood and Marian Withers his wife 1855[-1857] Memorial 282/122

WITHERS, HG bank officer Wilmington 1934 Application 27940

No 1

WITHERS, James labourer Magill 1842 Memorial 199/16

WITHERS, James sawyer Penwortham 1849[-1858] Memorial 296/15

WITHERS, James formerly sawyer near Penwortham but now miner Indigo Creek, Beechworth Vic 1858 Memorial 233/145

WITHERS, James formerly sawyer Penwortham, but now miner Indigo Creek, Beechworth Vic, power of attorney to Alfred ATKINSON Esquire Adelaide, to sell his land (pt Section 148 Hutt River Special Survey) and settle his other SA business affairs 27/9/1858 Deposit 333/OA

No 1

WITHERS, Peter bootmaker Adelaide and WITHERS, John bootmaker Adelaide his son 1848 Memorial 214/11

WITHERS, Peter bootmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 337/50

WITHERS, Peter shoemaker Hahndorf 1853[-1870] Memorial 123/64

WITHERS, Peter shoemaker Hahndorf. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel Hahndorf 1862 Memorial 62/184

WITHERS, Peter shoemaker formerly of Hahndorf 1853 but now of Adelaide 1870 Application 10967

WITHERS, Agnes widow Adelaide 1872, relict of the late Peter Withers shoemaker Adelaide. She could not write Application 12278

No 1

WITHERS, Thomas of Gawler 1874 Application 13731

WITHERS, Thomas of Gawler and Julia Withers his wife formerly Julia SUMMERTON daughter of the late Edward Summerton formerly farmer Gawler Hill now deceased 1877 Memorial 22/299

No 1

WITKOWSKI, Jacob turner and joiner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/25

WITKOWSKI, Jacob of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 274/49

WITKOWSKI, Jacob dealer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 31/81

WITKOWSKI, Jacob yeoman Kent Town 1857 Memorial 96/125

WITKOWSKI, Jacob auctioneer Adelaide 1862 Memorial 232/186

WITKOWSKI, Jacob auctioneer Kent Town 1863 Memorial 238/192

WITKOWSKI, Jacob dealer Adelaide 1875[-1882] Memorial 197/281, Application 19200

WITKOWSKI, Jacob formerly dealer Adelaide but then gentleman Kent Town, died 1885. He left his entire estate to his wife, Beate Witkowski, absolutely Memorial 148/368

WITKOWSKI, Jacob farmer Adelaide formerly of Prussia, aged 39, in SA three years, naturalised 15/4/1850. He died. His widow, Beata Witkowski lived at Kent Town 1885 Application 20783

No 1

WITMITZ, Gustave Hermann Ludwig labourer Robe 1897 Memorial 126/432

WITMITZ, Gustav Hermann Ludwig labourer Robe 1903 Application 24562

WITMITZ, Gustave Hermann Ludwig farmer Keith. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1906 Grant Book 7 Page 28 County Buckingham

No 1

WITMITZ, Harry Hugh formerly schoolteacher Pine Hill but now a member of the RAAF 1944 Memorial 121/518

WITMITZ, Harry Hugh schoolteacher formerly of Pine Hill but now of Sherlock 1947 Memorial 54/521

No 1

WITMITZ, Henry Charles farmer near Robe and Elizabeth Margaret Witmitz his wife 1904 Memorial 18/451

WITMITZ, Henry Charles and William John Charles Witmitz farmers Robe S-E 1920 Memorials 74 & 75/480

WITMITZ, Henry Charles Council foreman Robe 1937 Application 28103

WITMITZ, Henry Charles retired labourer Robe S-E, died 15/1/1944 Mt Gambier Memorial 54/518

WITMITZ, William John Charles grazier Robe S-E, died 27/1/1941 Woodside. Husband of Rose Martha Witmitz Memorial 36/516

No 1

WITT, James George licensed victualler Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 415/45

WITT, James George seedsman Adelaide (Rundle St) linked with Walter James Witt draper North Adelaide and Selina Witt spinster Adelaide. Selina Witt was the aunt of Caroline WILTON spinster Adelaide still under the age of 21 years 1861[-1862] Memorials 41/178, 52/188

No 1

WITT, Walter James draper Kingston S-E 1883 Memorial 76/349

WITT, Walter James draper Kingston S-E about to marry Ann MCDONALD widow Kingston S-E 1882 Memorial 76/349

WITT, Walter James gentleman Kingston S-E 1900 Memorial 214/441

WITT, Walter James draper Kingston S-E, died 15/11/1920, of senile decay, aged 88. Born in Hants, England, he had lived 77 years in SA. Remarried aged 50. One daughter deceased Application 28193

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

WITT, Friedrich August shoemaker near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 108/147

WITTBER, Carl August teacher Dulwich 1894 Application 22805

No 1

WITTE, Arendt cabinetmaker Adelaide Co Adelaide. Section 4418 Hundred of Macclesfield Co Hindmarsh land grant 112 acres 1853 Memorial 73/57

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

WITTE, Arend farmer near Littlehampton Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 121 County Sturt

WITTE, Arendt farmer Littlehampton, died late 1860s-early 1870s. He left his entire estate in varying proportions according to instructions in his will - to his wife, Catharine nee BASTIAN, and his three sons, Carl, Heinrich and Gustav Adolph Witte. His real estate included properties in the Hundreds of Macclesfield and Monarto, and houses in Grenfell St, Adelaide Memorial 129/269

No 1

WITTE, Carl Arndt farmer Blakiston 1894 Memorial 112/420

WITTE, Carl Arndt farmer Blakiston 1896 Application 23088

WITTE, Carl Arndt farmer Blakiston linked with Gustav Adolph Witte sawyer Balhannah 1895 Memorial 209/425

WITTE, Gustav Adolph formerly sawyer but now out of business Balhannah 1923, declared that he was a brother to Carl Arndt Witte farmer Blakiston. CA Witte bought allotments 44-46 in Gilleston from Mary Ann ADDISON widow and storekeeper Balhannah, to operate a bark mill there in 1894. Mrs Addison had used the property for grazing her horses, and issued a licence to a Mr THRUPP to cut wattle bark. CA Witte sold the site to his brother, GA Witte, in 1896, who built a house on the site immediately (where he had lived ever since) and operated a sawmill there between 1896-1905 Application 27168

WITTE, Heinrich Leopold and THRUPP, Alfred Lennox bark merchants Balhannah 1888 Application 21526

WITTIG, Carl tailor Adelaide 1852[-1862]. When he leased premises in Rundle St during 1862, he had to agree not to operate as a 'bagnio keeper, slaughterhouse keeper, fellmonger, nightman, scavenger, melter of tallow, soapmaker, tobacco- & pipemaker, sugar baker, butcher, distiller or any other offensive trade or business' Memorials 45/43, 232/181

WITTIG, Carl August agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1899 Memorial 168/437

No 1

WITTIG, Franz cabinetmaker Adelaide. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1849[-1850] Grant Book 1 Page 31 County Adelaide

WITTIG, Franz cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850[-1855] Memorial 181/21

WITTIG, Franz farmer near Tanunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 275/66

WITTIG, Franz farmer Sheaoak Log Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1868 Grant Book 2 Page 52 County Adelaide

No 1

WITTKE, Gottfried farmer Lobethal 1853[-1859] Memorial 306/53

WITTKE, Gottfried farmer near Lobethal 1862 Application 3232

No 1

WITTKE, Johann miner Lobethal 1853 Memorial 203/49

WITTKE, Johann farmer near Lobethal 1862 Application 3231

WITTKE, Johann farmer Lobethal had a fire break out in his home on Lot 10 of Section 5176, Lobethal, on 15/8/1855. The flames destroyed the house and furniture and the said Johann Wittke repeatedly expressed his sorrow at losing thereby his conveyance Statement 2/7/1862 by Freidrich Ehrhard Julius SCHLEIN and Johann George PIETSCH farmers Lobethal Application 3231

No 1

WITTON, Henry James music master Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1851] Memorial 407/18

WITTON, Henry James Professor of Music Adelaide 1850 Memorial 464/21

WITTON, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 475/46

WITTS, Hannah of Cox Creek 1862 Memorial 78/189

No 1 – the Elder

WITTWER, Friedrich Wilhelm flour miller pt Section 3810 Mt Barker District 1853 He purchased the 12 acres of land and 'the windmill and buildings erected thereon' for £320 from Walter PATERSON farmer Mt Barker Memorial 431/55

WITTWER, Friedrich Wilhelm flour miller Section 3810 Mt Barker District 1854 Memorial 61/73

No 2 – the Younger

WITTWER, Friedrich Wilhelm [the Younger] miller Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 347/56

WITTWER, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Hahndorf. Hahndorf. Trustee Hahndorf Land, Building & Investment Society 1857 Deposit 118/1857

WITTWER, Friedrich Wilhelms miller Hahndorf. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1857 Memorial 59/141

No 1

WITTWER, Gustav Adolph farmer Robertstown 1889[-1893] Memorial 33/399

WITTWER, Gustav Adolph farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 1925Grant Book 12 Page 9 County Chandos

WITTWER, Heinrich Gottlieb miller Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1899[-1906] Application 28657

WITTWER, Hermann Theodor farmer Parrakie. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 125 County Chandos

WITTWER, Johann Friedrich Albert bank officer Adelaide changed his name to John Ashley WALTON. Son of FA Wittwer and Anna Caroline nee GALLASCH, born 27/10/1885 Memorial 97/474

No 1

WITTWER, Johann Gottfried farmer Point Pass 1877[-1882] Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

WITTWER, Johann Gottfried farmer Robertstown 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 172 County Eyre

No 1

WITTY, George Joseph baker Thebarton 1850 Memorial 49/24

WITTY, George Joseph baker formerly of Thebarton but now of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 341/91

WITTY, George Joseph dairyman Adelaide 1859 Memorial 70/152

WITTY, John rate collector Norwood 1912, declared that he had begun working for the Corporation of Kensington and Norwood in 1883, as rate collector from the start Application 26515

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN
WITTY, Joseph baker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 10/86

WITTY, Joseph farmer Hundred of Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

WITTY, Joseph storekeeper Paratoo Co Herbert. Hundred of Yongala land grants 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 201 County Dalhousie

WITTY, J rate collector Norwood 1896 Memorial 187/428

WITTY, Lock and Emily Jane Witty his wife boarding house keepers Durham Cottage, 10 Durham St, Glenelg 1927 Memorial 50/498

WITTY, William dairyman Mile End 1859 Memorial 71/152

No 1

WIVELL, Edward James professor of calisthenics Adelaide (Rundle Place off North Tce) 1881 Memorial 151/334

WIVELL, Edward James and Sarah BLACKLER restaurant keepers Adelaide (25 Rundle St) 1885 Memorial 139/366

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WIVELL, Robert farmer Adelaide bought a lot in Robert St, Hindmarsh, in partnership with Robert WOOLLEY 1838. He sold his half share in the property to R Woolley for £6 and then went to Vic, and then VDL, where he died a bachelor in Hobart before Robert Woolley died in 1866 Application 17862

WIVELL, Robert farmer Mt Horrocks near Penwortham 1864 Memorial 27/195

WIX, Edward clerk lot 96 Fuller St, Walkerville 1839. He must have died 1839-1840, because in 1840, Edward Wix Clerk in Holy Orders The Vicarage, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England, appointed Robert HESLEDON gentleman Section 400 near Adelaide, to sell the Edward Wix estate, which he had acquired by inheritance. It is likely, though, that this is the same person, who went back to Britain Application 22490

No 1

WODEHOUSE, Edward Thornton married Thornwillia Diana Rockingham Thornton, daughter of Thomas Thornton and Priscilla Dennis, on 10/11/1838 at St James Westminster, Middlesex, England. The Hon ET Wodehouse retired Admiral in the Royal Navy Witton Park, North Walsham, Norfolk, died 17/3/1874, from injury to the neck because the deceased cut it with a razor whilst in unsound mind, aged 72. Inquest held 19/3/1874. His executors were the Right Hon John Baron Wodehouse and Bertram Wodehouse CURRIE banker 29 Cornhill, London. They had to pay the income from the estate to the children in equal shares during the life of their mother, and then the children to receive control of their estate in equal shares after her death. Some of his real estate was preliminary land grants in Survey D Hundred of Myponga, south of Adelaide, in SA, which he bought in 1840 while still a naval captain. His wife, a resident of London, died 13/3/1884 at 9pm at Mentone, Maritime Alps, District of Nice, France, aged 68. No cause of death given. Parents of Albert Thornton Wodehouse, born 5/2/1840, Cecilia Thornton Wodehouse born 1845 married 24/7/1870 Baron Ferdinand von Liliencron (in 1891 living at Dresden, Kingdom of Saxony); Laura Elizabeth Ann Thornton Wodehouse, born 1847 still unmarried (in 1891 living at 35 Beaufort Gardens, Brompton, Middlesex, England); Mary Diana Thornton Wodehouse born 1850 married 4/4/1878 to Charles Conway Thornton (Berne, Switzerland). Trustees for Mrs Thornton’s marriage settlement in 1878 were the Right Hon John Earl of Kimberley, Bertram Wodehouse Currie Esquire 67 Lombard St, London, Charles Algernon Whitmore Esquire 4 Ovington Gardens, Brompton, Middlesex, and William Walter Whitmore Esquire 4 Ovington Gardens, Brompton. The family’s SA attorney was George WARREN of Gawler. Horatio Noble PYM of the firm of Tathams and Pym 3 Fredericks Place, Old Jewry, London, who had been the solicitors for the Wodehouse family for some 70 years ie since c1820 Application 22084

WODEHOUSE, Edward Thornton Admiral in the RN of Witton Park, North Walsham, Norfolk, died 17/3/1874. He had bought Sections 519, 520 Hundred of Myponga, Co Hindmarsh as land grants 15/5/1841 when he was a captain in the Royal Navy. His wife, Thomvillia Diana Rockingham Thornton Wodehouse to receive all his personal property and £1,000 absolutely. The rest of the estate in trust to the Earl of Kimberley (then the Right Hon John Baron Wodehouse) and Bertram Wodehouse CURRIE (Esquire 67 Lombard St, London), to pay out the profits of the estate in equal shares to each of the children during the lifetime of their mother. The widow died 13/3/1884. Four children survived to inherit the estate absolutely in remainder expectant - Albert Thornton Wodehouse (who got extra property under his parents’ marriage agreement), Cecilia Baroness von Liliencron (wife of Ferdinand Baron von Liliencron of Dresden, Saxony) , Laura Elizabeth Ann Thornton Wodehouse (spinster 35 Beaufort Gardens, Brompton, Middlesex), and Mary Diana Thornton (wife of Charles Conway Thornton residing at Berne, Switzerland). Charles Algernon Whitmore and William Walter Whitmore also involved with the estate. Power of attorney to George WARREN licensed surveyor Gawler, to sell the SA estate after placing it under the RPA 6/2/1888 Deposit 33/1892

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WOELCKE/WÖLCKE/WOLCKE, Johann Carl Christian sailmaker Adelaide (Roper St) 1854[-1861] Memorial 11/134

WOELCKE/WÖLCKE/WOLCKE, John tobacconist Adelaide (71 Rundle St) 1885 Memorial 28/366

WÖHLCKE, Johann Cord Christian 59 widower tobacconist Adelaide (Father: Johann Jürgen Wöhlcke) married Julia Ann TRELOAR 35 widow Adelaide (Father: John TURPIN) on 3/2/1881 Maria Turpin's residence, Eliza St, Adelaide. Minister: Burnet Patch MUDGE. Witnesses: John TANNER cabinetmaker Waymouth St, Adelaide and Maria Turpin of Eliza St, Adelaide Application 24892

WOERNER, George storekeeper Aberdeen near Kooringa [His premises were next to the Aberdeen Hotel] 1875 Memorial 234/281

WOGDEN, William labourer Armagh near Clare 1902[-1921] Memorial 177/445, Application 26419

No 1

WOHLERS, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1847[-1874] Memorial 418/7

Farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 177/26

WOHLERS, Heinrich gardener formerly of Adelaide but now of Houghton 1854 Memorial 358/76

WOHLERS, Heinrich farmer formerly of Adelaide 1850 but now of Hope Valley 1863 Application 4481

WOHLFEIL, Gottlieb farmer Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 20/81

WOHLGEMUTH, Christian farmer near Kapunda Hundred of Bagot land grant 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

WOHLHERR, Joseph assigned the lease of Section 67 Hundred of Moockra Co Newcastle 1885 Memorial 52/367

WOHLING, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Morgan Co Eyre. Sherlock (Hundred of Sherlock) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 121 County Buccleuch

No 1

WOHLING, Johann Andreas farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 404/68

WOHLING, Johann Andreas farmer near Gawler 1854 Memorial 15/69

WOIDT, Ernst Otto plasterer Petersburg. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 211 County Dalhousie

WOIDT, Heinrich Gottlieb farmer Quorn 1887 Memorial 112/384

WOIDT, Johann Friedrich blacksmith Stockwell 1861 Memorial 333/175

WOITE, Johann August farmer Rowlands Flat 1857[-1858] Memorial 321/118

No 1

WOITHE, Johann August farmer Hundred of King linked with Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Woithe farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 23/375

WOITHE, Johann August farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1890 Memorial 230/404

WOITHE, Johann Friedrich Hermann labourer Lobethal 1915 Application 26431

No 1

WOITHE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm of Government Well 1882 Memorial 189/345

WOITHE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Neales Flat 1885[-1892] Memorial 42/365

WOITHE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm and Johann Hermann Gustav Woithe farmers Neales Flat 1889 Memorial 127/400

WOITHE, Johann Gottfried farmer Government Well Co Eyre. Hundred of King land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 93 County Burra

WOLF, Friedrich Hermann farmer Rosenthal. St Martin's Lutheran Church Rosenthal trustee 1929 Memorial 19/502

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

WOLF, Johann Christoph farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856 Memorial 16/109

WOLF, Johann Christoph the Younger farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1858[-1862] Memorial 290/138, Application 3072

WOLF, Johann Christoph farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley but now of near Tanunda 1867 Memorial 147/222

WOLF, Johann Christoph the Younger farmer Moorooroo 1862

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOLF, Johann Friedrich farmer formerly of Stockwell 1857 now of Lyndoch Valley 1862, linked with Friedrich Wilhelm NITSCHKE carpenter Nain [Was he the founder of the Stockwell Nitschkes?] Application 3218

WOLF, Johann Friedrich farmer Sandy Creek 1889 Application 21656

No 1

WOLF, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of English 1885 Memorial 242/368

WOLF, Johann Gottlieb farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

WOLFF, Aaron licensed victualler Adelaide (Blenheim Hotel Hindley St). He leased the hotel, the adjoining dining room 'at present in the occupation of Messrs KELSEY and CHURCH' and 2 bedrooms 'over The Times Newspaper office' for 7 years at £700 a year from Henry DOWNER from 1854[-1855] Memorial 449/64

No 1

WOLFF, Wilhelm cabinetmaker Stepney 1851 Memorial 246/29

WOLFF, Johann Wilhelm cabinetmaker Stepney 1854 Memorial 128/66

WOLF, Johann Wilhelm carpenter Adelaide 1861 Memorial 276/176 Builder Kent Town 1861 Memorial 277/176

WOLLACOTT, William teamster Kooringa 1860 Memorial 200/164

WOLLASTON, Donovan Hyde farmer Mt Barker 1923 Memorial 170/488

WOLLASTON, Edward gentleman Balhannah 1849[-1850] Memorial 307/18

No 1

WOLLASTON, George Gledstanes manager Lake Hamilton 1869[-1876] Memorial 138/240

WOLLASTON, George Gledstanes station manager Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

WOLLASTON, George station manager Lake Hamilton 1886 Memorial 150/373

WOLLASTON, George Gledstanes grazier Lake Hamilton 1888 Memorial 184/392

WOLLASTON, Herbert opal merchant Pt Lincoln 1909 Application 25650

No 1

WOLLASTON, Herbert Charles dairy farmer Pt Lincoln 1910 Memorial 24/463

WOLLASTON, Herbert Charles grazier Pt Lincoln 1915[-1927] Memorial 31/475, Application 27594

No 1

WOLLASTON, John Ramsden farmer Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 48 Page 102 County Musgrave

WOLLASTON, John Ramsden of the Hundred of Way 1887 Memorial 183/382

WOLLASTON, John Ramsden sheepfarmer Lake Hamilton and Ann Margaret Wollaston his wife 1897 Memorial 169/430

WOLLASTON, Mary Amelia widow Mt Gambier, died 1874. She left her entire estate to Sophia Charlotte MANN wife of Gilbert Hill Cheek Mann telegrapher Mt Gambier Memorial 21/273

WOLLEM, John farmer Hundred of Stanley 1857 Memorial 136/170

WOLRULE, George storekeeper Canowie 1868 Memorial 130/232

WOLTER/WOELTER/WÖLTER, Adolph Ludwig Wilhelm of Goolwa 1869 Memorial 88/276

No 1

WOLTER/WOELTER/WÖLTER, Max Eduard Otto hotelkeeper Angaston 1883 Memorial 213/351

WOLTER, Max Eduard Otto innkeeper formerly of Angaston but now of Adelaide 1884 Memorial 37/360

No 1

WOLTMANN, Carl Heinrich Julius miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 199/34 Carter Adelaide 1853[-1859] Memorial 405/58

WOLTMANN, Carl Heinrich Julius licensed victualler Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 196 County Fergusson

WOLTMANN, Carl Heinrich Julius out of business Stepney Co Adelaide. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 373 County Victoria

WOOD, Agnes widow Balaklava 1898 Memorial 219/433

No 1

WOOD, Alexander builder Adelaide 1849 Memorial 9/17

WOOD, Alexander builder Adelaide (Pirie St) 1852 Memorial 500/42

WOOD, Alexander mason Adelaide 1852 Memorial 437/43

WOOD, Alexander farmer Yankalilla 1855[-1860] Memorial 402/83, Application 129

WOOD, Alexander formerly mason Adelaide 1852 but now farmer Yankalilla 1868 Application 9186

WOOD, Alexander surveyor Yankalilla 1872[-1884] Memorial 130/266

WOOD, Alexander surveyor Yankalilla, died 11/9/1906. Executrix; Augusta Elise Wood Memorial 138/456

No 1

WOOD, Alexander Sinclair gentleman Mt Gambier 1877 Memorial 51/305

WOOD, Alexander Sinclair Steamship Company manager Beachport. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 254 County Grey

No 1

WOOD, Alfred farmer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 26 Page 237 County Gawler

No 1

WOOD, Alfred of Unley 1881 Memorial 112/335

WOOD, Andrew carpenter Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 275/100

WOOD, Anithea storekeeper Norwood 1865 Memorial 147/203

WOOD, AM accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 108/339

No 1

WOOD, Ann widow Seaton North Kensington 1887 Memorial 216/383

WOOD, Ann widow Seaton North Kensington relict of the late Gilbert Wood formerly merchant Adelaide now deceased. Peter Wood merchant Adelaide (in partnership with James GARTRELL) trading under the style or firm as G Wood Son & Co appears to belong to this family 1890 Memorials 216/401 & 74/402

WOOD, Ann widow Kensington 1893 Memorial 141/418

OOD, Augusta Cecilia and Katrena Elise spinsters Woodvale near Yankalilla 1890 Memorial 44/402

WOOD, Augusta Elise widow Yankalilla probably mother of Katrena Elise Wood spinster Yankalilla, Emma Alexandrina Wood spinster Smith St, Highgate Hill Perth WA and Augusta Cecilia WEYLAND married woman of Highgate Hill (probably wife of Gilbert Hartley Weyland orchardist Yankalilla 1921 Memorials 153 & 154/483

No 1

WOOD, Benjamin cooper Adelaide (Gilles St) 1854[-1856] Memorial 150/63

WOOD, Benjamin formerly cooper Adelaide (Gilles St) but now inmate HM Lunatic Asylum, Adelaide, for 18 years 1875 Application 14427

No 1

WOOD, Benjamin Lawrence storekeeper Thebarton 1851 Memorial 492/36 Dealer formerly of Thebarton but now of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 316/52

WOOD, Benjamin Lawrence gentleman Norwood 1864[-1867] Memorial 285/197

WOOD, Benjamin Lawrence formerly general dealer Adelaide (Carrington St) but then of Beulah Rd, Norwood, died 18/6/1868. His widow, Agnes Wood, died 19/9/1891. Children left included - Anne Wood, Ellen Wood, Agnes Caroline Wood, William Edward Wood, Catherine Wood and Emma Maule Wood Memorial 224/411

WOOD, Agnes widow of Benjamin Laurence Wood gentleman Beulah Road, Norwood, died 19/9/1891, of Bright's disease, aged 69 Application 22222

No 1

WOOD, Betsy widow Gilbert River 1858 relict of the late John Wood farmer deceased Memorial 63/143

WOOD, Betsy widow Riverton 1859 Memorial 337/157

WOOD, Betsy widow near Saddleworth 1869 Memorial 181/244

WOOD, Betsy widow Saddleworth, died 12/1/1871. By 1897, her three daughters were situated thus - Emma Wood spinster Booleroo, Mary Jane OTTAWAY of Wilcannia NSW, and Catherine Thurza AIKEN wife of Hugh James Aiken of Booleroo Memorial 245/429

WOOD, Betsy widow Saddleworth, died 12/1/1871. Mother of Emma Wood, Mary Jane Wood and Catherine Thurza Wood spinsters Saddleworth. Executors; John James SWINDEN of Riverton and Thomas CORNISH of Saddleworth. Emma Wood spinster formerly of the Hundred of Willowie but then of Booleroo Whim, died 10/1/1917. Sister to Mary Jane OTWAY widow Wilcannia NSW and Catherine Thurza AIKEN wife of Hugh James Aiken farmer formerly of the Hundred of Willowie but now of Booleroo Whim. Catherine Thurza Aiken died 18/11/1917 Booleroo Centre intestate. Estate worth £370 Memorials 120-123/477

WOOD, Betsy widow of Saddleworth, died 12/1/1871. She left three daughters, who by 1893, were Emma Wood spinster Willowie, Catherine Thurza AIKEN wife of Hugh James Aiken, and Mary Jane OTTAWAY/OTWAY widow of Thomas Ottaway no description (who died c1892) Application 22510

WOOD, Bridget widow near Gawler 1883 Memorial 226/351

WOOD, Charles gardener Felixstow, aged 52, had lived in the vicinity for about 40 years ie since c1852. An island existed in the Torrens River, abutting the northern boundary of Section 307 Survey B, until a huge flood washed the island away in 1863. afterwards, a low bed of gravel replaced the island, and the Torrens River flooded some portion of the gravel each year, up to 250' wide in some years. About 9pm on 16/4/1889, an unusually great flood came down and washed over the banks of the river. It took about 15 hours before the floods had subsided about noon on 17/4/1889. A great pile of silt was left against the Torrens River northern bank, which caused the water to run further south permanently 1896 Application 23215

WOOD, Charles Henry storekeeper Balaklava Balaklava township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 26 Page 215 County Gawler

No 1

WOOD, Daniel labourer Saddleworth 1852[-1855] Memorial 88/81

WOOD, Daniel labourer Mt Remarkable 1859 Memorial 83/159

No 1

WOOD, Edward brickmaker Thebarton 1851 Memorial 206/34

WOOD, Edward brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Hundred of Goolwa land purchase Memorial 148/38

WOOD, Edward brickmaker formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Pt Elliot 1852[-1855] Memorial 10/42 Farmer Pt Elliot 1854[-1856] Memorial 323/81

WOOD, Edward brickmaker Pt Elliot 1858 linked with Gerard Wood farmer Pt Elliot Memorial 29/140

WOOD, Edward and Gerard farmers Pt Elliot 1855[-1857] Memorial 3/83

WOOD, Edward and Gerard farmers Hindmarsh Valley Pt Elliot 1868 Memorial 91/264

WOOD, Edward and Gerard farmers and brickmakers near Pt Elliot 1886 Memorial 214/376

WOOD, Edward and Gerard brickmakers Pt Elliot 1886 Memorial 86/379

WOOD, Edward and Gerald farmers Pt Elliot 1887 Application 21137

WOOD, Edward gentleman Pt Elliot 1909 Application 25656

No 1

WOOD, Eli labourer Salisbury 1872 Memorial 222/257

WOOD, Eli brickmaker formerly of Salisbury but now of Bowden 1893 Memorial 148/419

WOOD, Eli out of business Salisbury, died 15/10/1909. Father of Charles Wood, John Wood, Mary ILLIDGE wife of George William Illidge printer Adelaide, Annie WHITTLESEA and Henry Wood. Other bequests to James HOLLIS, Margaretta Whittlesea, Elizabeth LEACH and Jane Leach (children of the late James Hollis) and also the unnamed children of William Hollis Memorial 38/462

WOOD, Eli William labourer 36 Morgan Ave, Mitcham Park. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1

WOOD, Emma and Mary Jane spinsters Saddleworth linked with Catherine AITKEN wife of Hugh Aitken of Saddleworth [Mrs Aitken was a sister to Emma and Mary Wood] 1876 Memorial 77/295

No 2

WOOD, Emma spinster formerly of Adelaide but then of Smith St, Perth WA, died 5/10/1923. Daughter of the late Alexander Wood of Woodvale Yankalilla and Auguste Wood his wife. Friend of Hilda Githa WEYLAND spinster Smith St, Perth WA Memorial 44/509

No 1

WOOD, Foster farmer Eudunda Co Eyre. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

WOOD, Foster and William farmers Hundred of Whyte Co Victoria. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1883 Grant Book 40 Page 44 County Kimberley

WOOD, Foster farmer Terowie 1887 Memorial 132/382

WOOD, George Edward farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1892 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

WOOD, Frederick bootmaker Clarendon 1857[-1868] Memorial 332/122, Application 3259

WOOD, Frederick Arthur farmer Wild Horse Plains Co Gawler. Hundred of Peake land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

WOOD, Frederick George farmer Barabba Co Gawler. Hundred of Price land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 82 County Buccleuch

No 1

WOOD, Frederick Metham plasterer Adelaide 1853[-1855] Member of the SA Temperance Freehold Land and Building Society Memorial 139/57

WOOD, Frederick Metham formerly plasterer Adelaide 1853 but now mason North Adelaide 1867 Application 8241

WOOD, Frederick William dairyman Sturt Co Adelaide. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

WOOD, FW JP of North Adelaide 1906 Memorial 131/455

No 1 - likely to be the same person; perhaps the Elder

WOOD, George watchmaker Rundle St, Adelaide 1846. His daughter Eliza Jane Wood, was about to marry William Robinson stockholder Rivoli Bay Memorial 382/6

WOOD, George jeweller Adelaide 1848 Memorial 239/11

No 2 – the Younger

WOOD, George the Younger clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 275/162

WOOD, George the Younger clerk to Walter Vernon HERFORD solicitor Adelaide 1862 Memorial 49/183

WOOD, George clerk to Messrs BAKEWELL & SCOTT solicitors Adelaide 1865 Memorial 323/202

WOOD, George law clerk Adelaide 1868 Memorial 230/232

WOOD, George law clerk Adelaide probably clerk to Frederic Oberlin BRUCE solicitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 124 &125/344

No 3

WOOD, George farmer Upper Wakefield 1857[-1866] Memorial 83/117

WOOD, Mary Maria widow Greens Plains. Hundred of Wiltunga land grant [Mrs George Wood nee MM ARMES] 1892 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

No 4

WOOD, George farm labourer Grace Plains. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

No 1

WOOD, George Edward farmer Crystal Brook 1886 Memorial 233/375

WOOD, George Edward farmer Bute 1890 Memorial 246/400

WOOD, George Edward farmer Crystal Brook 1892 Memorial 184/412

WOOD, George Stanley clerk Adelaide 1906 Memorial 141/454

WOOD, Georgina Catherine of Norwood 1888 Memorial 182/392

WOOD, Gerard farmer Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 178/92

No 1

WOOD, Gilbert grocer Adelaide 1864[-1876] Memorial 1/195

WOOD, Gilbert grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1872 Memorial 20/262, Application 12037

WOOD, Gilbert grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1873 Memorial 4142/268

WOOD, Gilbert importer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874 Memorial 43/282

WOOD, Gilbert wholesale and retail grocer Adelaide 1875[-1881] Memorial 193/283

WOOD, Gilbert merchant Adelaide 1880 Application 18358

WOOD, Gilbert grocer Adelaide and FRASER, James farmer Tothill Creek owned 369-acre Section 190 Hundred of Waterloo as tenants in common 1883 Application 19703

WOOD, Gilbert merchant Magill Road, died 24/9/1886, of heart disease, aged 58 Application 22114

WOOD, Harry Charles farmer Mt Torrens 1877 Memorial 109/302

No 1

WOOD, Henry storekeeper Adelaide (Rundle St) 1851 Memorial 458/38

No 2

WOOD, Henry farmer South Richmond 1852 Equitable Building and Land Company Memorial 308/44

WOOD, Henry farmer South Richmond 1853[-1855] Memorial 249/54

No 3

WOOD, Henry butcher Strathalbyn 1891 Memorial 111/409

No 1

WOOD, Henry Alfred accountant Adelaide 1862[-1867] Memorial 13/219

WOOD, HA clerk to the ES & AC Bank Adelaide 1869 Memorial 165/241

WOOD, Henry Alfred curator of intestate estates for SA Adelaide 1861[-1873] Memorial 135/258

WOOD, Henry Alfred accountant Adelaide 1875 Memorial 69/282

WOOD, Henry Alfred accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1876 Grant Book 50 Page 26 County Robe

WOOD, Horace E clerk Kooringa 1885 Memorial 139/369

WOOD, Jabez William farmer Grace Plains. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 233 County Gawler

No 1

WOOD, James mason Hindmarsh 1853 linked with William Wood mason Adelaide Memorial 96/54

WOOD, James mason Hindmarsh 1855[-1858] Memorial 263/80

No 2

WOOD, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1856[-1857] Littlehampton allotment purchase Memorial 391/95

WOOD, James farmer Littlehampton 1856 Memorial 32/112

WOOD, James farmer Spring Garden Mt Barker, became a bankrupt in 1866 Memorial 122/212

WOOD, James farmer Mt Barker declared bankrupt 3/3/1866 Application 20125

No 3

WOOD, James licensed victualler Port Road [York] 1858 Memorial 85/141

WOOD, James formerly licensed victualler Port Road but now of Kent Town 1860 Memorial 47/192

No 4

WOOD, James carpenter Yankalilla 1866 Application 7534

No 5

WOOD, James undertaker Pt Pirie 1888 Application 24841

WOOD, James Parker farmer Dutton near Truro 1930 Memorial 188/502

WOOD, James William fisherman Goolwa 1920[-1933] Memorial 186/479, Application 27892

WOOD, Jessie Louise married woman Angas St, Adelaide 1916 Memorial 34/474

No 1

WOOD, John labourer Thebarton 1841 Application 10736.

WOOD, John labourer Thebarton 1842 Memorial 409/49

No 2

WOOD, John splitter The Tiers 1850[-1851]. Husband of Mary Ann Wood. Perhaps a family link with William Wood labourer Bowden 1859??? Application 6704.

WOOD, John sawyer near Adelaide 1852 Memorial 404/44

WOOD, John sawyer Companys Tiers 1855 Memorial 398/85

WOOD, John farmer Companys Tiers 1855 Memorial 68/94

WOOD, John the Elder, Robert George Wood and Henry Charles Wood farmers Hundred of Tungkillo 1859 Memorial 212/154

WOOD, Mary Ann wife of John Wood near Mt Torrens, died 12/10/1889, of natural decay, aged 79 Application 23004

No 3

WOOD, John farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 147/20

WOOD, John farmer Section 627 Aldinga Plains 1855 Memorial 296/80

WOOD, John farmer Aldinga Plains 1854 Hundred of Yankalilla land grant Memorial 207/78

WOOD, John farmer formerly of Aldinga Plains but now of Rapid Bay 1856 Memorial 57/113

WOOD, John farmer Rapid Bay 1863[-1865] Memorial 60/188

No 4

WOOD, John and Thomas farmers Gawler River 1853 Memorial 260/49

No 5

WOOD, John carrier Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 125/82

WOOD, Lavinia widow Adelaide 1871 relict of the late John Wood carrier Adelaide Application 11284.

No 6

WOOD, John carpenter North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1858 Grant Book 56 Page 123 County Stanley

No 7

WOOD, John sawyer Kincraig 1862[-1867] Memorial 332/188

No 8

WOOD, John importer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

WOOD, John ironmonger and importer Adelaide 1874 Memorial 223/271

WOOD, John storekeeper Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 134 County Fergusson

No 9

WOOD, John farmer Gumbowie 1888[-1905] Memorial 145/392

No 10

WOOD, John of Norwood. Perhaps linked with Georgina Catherine Wood of Norwood 1888 Memorials 181 & 182/392

No 11

WOOD, John stableman Mitcham. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1892 Grant Book 2 Page 24 County Adelaide

WOOD, John Armes farmer Wiltunga 1899 Memorial 141/439

WOOD, John Frederick winegrower Evandale [near Keyneton] 1861 Memorial 144/173

No 1

WOOD, John Henry of Beltana 1888 Memorial 137/391

WOOD, John H of Beltana a director of the Beltana Black Knob Syndicate 1888 Memorial 196/394

WOOD, John Rutherford, Willliam Wood and Isabella Wood all of Pt Pirie, executors under the will of the late William Wood no description now deceased 1902 Memorial 66/445

No 1

WOOD, Joseph blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 194/21

WOOD, Joseph blacksmith St Marys on the Sturt 1851[-1855] Memorial 258/65

WOOD, Joseph blacksmith South Road near Adelaide and Rebecca Wood his wife 1855 Memorial 381/81

WOOD, Joseph blacksmith St Marys, South Road declared insolvent on 4/6/1856 Memorial 73/108

WOOD, Joseph formerly blacksmith but now out of business Main South Road, St Marys on the Sturt and Rebecca Wood his wife 1876 Memorials 60 & 61/291

WOOD, Joseph out of business St Marys, died 17/6/1882. Value of the estate £200. His widow, Rebecca Wood, who usually lived in Adelaide, relict of the late Joseph Wood blacksmith St Marys, died 23/2/1888 Kapunda, of senile decay, aged 80. Her grandson, HA DAW of Kapunda, notified her death Application 25910

No 1 - possibly the same person

WOOD, Joseph gentleman Kooringa 1851 Memorial 283/38

WOOD, Joseph storekeeper Redruth 1858 Memorial 52/139

No 1

WOOD, Joshua labourer Prospect 1850 Memorial 262/20 Clothmaker Prospect 1851 Memorial 210/30

WOOD, Joshua clothier Leeds married Harriet FAWCETT spinster Leeds on 12/7/1825 Leeds parish church. Three children of the marriage - George Wood born 1834, Sarah Wood (later wife of John LEMAR farmer Macclesfield 1879), William Wood born 1843. The family had emigrated to SA by 1842, when Joshua Wood was a limeburner of Prospect. Joshua Wood labourer Prospect, died 5/8/1857 intestate, of pneumonia, aged 66. Estate worth £100. His son, William Wood labourer Upper Dry Creek, died 23/10/1861, of typhus, aged 18. His widow, Harriet Wood, died 7/12/1878 Shady Grove Macclesfield, of abdominal and spasms with vomiting, aged 40 years 6 months. His son, George Wood, had left for the Vic goldfields in 1852, and must have died soon afterwards, because his only surviving sister failed to trace him after extensive search Application 17253

WOOD, Harriett widow formerly of Prospect, later of Macclesfield, died 1879. She was a very old colonist Application 18332

WOOD, Julian E articled clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 216/325

WOOD, Katrene Elise spinster formerly of Yankalilla but now of Millswood 1933 Memorial 37/509

No 1

WOOD, Mary widow South Richmond 1858 Memorial 330/140

WOOD, Mary widow South Richmond executrix of the estate of the late Henry Wood of South Richmond now deceased, became a bankrupt in 1862 Memorial 68/187

WOOD, Mary Jane married woman Kersbrook, died 1/3/1942 Lockleys. Mother of Elsie Maud Wood spinster 46 Aroona Road, Kilkenny, and Emily Alice HOBBY Memorials 150 & 158/516

WOOD, Mary Marie widow Greens Plains 1892 Memorial 60/413

WOOD, PB secretary FJ ANTHONY & Co Ltd of 151 Payneham Road, St Peters 1949 Memorial 37/524

No 1

WOOD, Perry of Kooringa 1851 Memorial230/36

WOOD, Perry farmer Kooringa 1854 Memorial 65/71

WOOD, Perry yeoman of The Wakefield 1855 Memorial 58/85

No 1 - perhaps the Elder

WOOD, Peter merchant Adelaide 1881 Application 18657

WOOD, Peter and James GARTRELL merchants Adelaide trading as G WOOD Son & Co 1895 Memorial 28/424

WOOD, Peter, James GARTRELL & William Douglas TAYLOR merchants in co-partnership Adelaide trading under the style or firm of G Wood & Co Ltd 1902 Memorial 87/447

WOOD, Peter and James GARTRELL merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of G Wood Son & Co 1907[-1910] Memorial 176/457

No 2 - perhaps the Younger

WOOD, Peter merchant Adelaide 'about to join HM Forces for the purpose of the present European war' linked with William Arthur Wood viticulturalist Ulimba near Clare 1915 Memorial 197/472

No 1

WOOD, Richard farmer Macaw Creek near Hope Valley [near Riverton??] 1859[-1864] Memorial 96/154

WOOD, Richard farmer near Riverton 1861[-1864] Memorial 287/194

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WOOD, Richard farmer Macaw Creek Co Light. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 26 Page 225 County Gawler

WOOD, Richard farmer Hundred of Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1866 Grant Book 26 Page 228 County Gawler

WOOD, Richard farmer Dalkey Plains, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 169/219

No 3

WOOD, Richard blacksmith North Adelaide 1904 Memorial 8/451

No 1

WOOD, Robert farmer Gawler 1849 Memorial 81/19

WOOD, Robert yeoman Gawler 1850[-1859] Memorial 475/22

WOOD, Robert farmer Gawler River 1856 Memorial 66/101

WOOD, Robert farmer Gawler River 1864 Application 4894

WOOD, Robert farmer Gawler River, died 3/1/1878. He left his real estate to his wife, Bridget Wood, for life, then to his children and his wife's son in equal shares. In 1903, Bridget Wood and her family agreed to transfer the real estate to the children; George BUTLER sometimes known as George Wood railway guard Petersburg; Robert James Wood railway signalman Huddlestone; Thomas Wood moulder Gawler; Mary BLOFFWITCH wife of John Bloffwitch faggot furnaceman Gawler 1903 Application 24669

WOOD, Robert James formerly railway signalman Huddleston now retired 43 Johns Rd, Prospect 1936, declared that he was born on 29/6/1866 in a cottage on Section 8 Hundred of Mudla Wirra. His father, Robert Wood, died in 1879. His mother, Bridget Wood, died 24/3/1905. He had a half-brother called George BUTLER (sometimes known as George Wood), a brother called Thomas Wood, and a sister called Mary BLOFFWITCH Application 28027

No 1

WOOD, Robert George of Mt Torrens 1887 Memorial 56/386

WOOD, Robert George farmer Mt Torrens, died 20/8/1916 Mt Pleasant. Husband of Amelia Ann Wood. Parents of Walter Edwin Wood born in 1869 and a farmer Mt Torrens by 1927 Application 27584

WOOD, Rose boarding house keeper Pt Elliot 1895 Application 22985

No 1

WOOD, Samuel clocksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 154/133

No 2

WOOD, Samuel carpenter Queenstown 1855 Memorial 218/89

WOOD, Samuel carpenter Alberton 1857[-1859] Memorial 247/124

WOOD, Samuel carpenter [formerly of Alberton but now of] Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 180/199

No 3

WOOD, Samuel farmer Eyre Flat 1854 Memorial 437/63

WOOD, Samuel farmer Eyre Flat. Eyre Flat Bible Christian School trustee 1855[-1857] Memorial 426/86

No 4

WOOD, Samuel farmer Clarendon leased Section 93 in the Hundred of Onkaparinga 1855 Memorial 295/94

No 1

WOOD, Temperance widow Adelaide 1904 Memorial 162/450

WOOD, Temperance widow Islington 1918 Memorial 15/477

No 1

WOOD, Thomas stockholder Maria Creek 1848 Memorial 367/12

WOOD, Thomas stockholder Co Robe 1861 Memorial 304/176

WOOD, Thomas stockholder Murrabinna near Maria Creek 1858 Memorial 206/142

WOOD, Thomas stockholder formerly of Maria Creek but now of Robe 1853 Memorial 122/141

WOOD, Thomas formerly stockholder Murra Binna Station South-East District but now of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 389/160

WOOD, Thomas of Robe Guichen Bay 1860 Memorial 46/161

WOOD, Thomas of Robe Guichen Bay, died 10/1/1862. Husband of Rebecca Wood who remarried 9/5/1862, Charles SMITH RPA Search 117

WOOD, Thomas gentleman Robe, laid out the township of Honeyton on Sections 220 and 221 Hundred of Robe (GRO Plan 261/1858). He died 10/1/1862 intestate and without heirs. His widow, Rebecca Wood, obtained letters of administration for his estate. By 1883, she had remarried to William Follett TRIPP accountant Adelaide Application 19819

WOOD, Rebecca widow near Robe 1862 Memorial 201/183

No 2

WOOD, Thomas labourer Beverley 1853 Memorial 336/47

No 3

WOOD, Thomas bookkeeper Kensington 1853 Memorial 225/47

WOOD, Thomas storekeeper Norwood 1856[-1861] Memorial 462/95

WOOD, Thomas gentleman Norwood 1869 Application 9739

WOOD, Thomas builder Norwood 1877 Memorial 47/302

WOOD, Thomas builder Norwood 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 7 County Eyre

No 4 - possibly a continuation of No 3

WOOD, Thomas builder East Adelaide 1882 Memorial 235/345

No 5 - perhaps the same person

WOOD, Thomas bootmaker Aldinga 1860 Application 1403

WOOD, Thomas bootmaker Aldinga Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 77 County Fergusson

WOOD, Thomas farmer Myponga 1862 Application 3542

No 6 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WOOD, Thomas railway clerk Gawler West 1863 Memorial 104/188

WOOD, Thomas traffic manager Gawler West 1865 Memorial 263/203

WOOD, Thomas Senr clerk Gawler West 1865 Application 6530

WOOD, Thomas the Elder clerk Gawler 1867 Application 8628

WOOD, Thomas the Elder traffic manager Gawler West 1866 Application 7444

WOOD, Thomas the Younger railway clerk Gawler 1867 Application 8078

WOOD, Thomas clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide 1854 but now of Gawler 1875 Application 14286

WOOD, Thomas railway overseer Gawler South 1876 Memorial 46/442

No 7

WOOD, Thomas salt merchant Lake Fowler Coobowie township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 446 County Fergusson

WOOD, Thomas farmer Lake Fowler near Yorketown 1896 Memorial 238/429

WOOD, Thomas farmer Lake Fowler Hundred of Melville land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 87 County Fergusson

No 1

WOOD, T Neville accountant SAB Company Robe 1866 Memorial 183/211

WOOD, TN manager Bank of SA Narracoorte 1877 Memorial 70/308

WOOD, Thomas Neville bank manager Narracoorte 1877[-1880] Memorial 27/297

WOOD, T Neville Bank of SA manager Narracoorte 1878[-1882] Memorial 87/306

WOOD, Turner Albert of Penola 1863 Memorial 16/189

No 1

WOOD, William of Adelaide 1840 Application 21888

WOOD, William [formerly of Adelaide but now] labourer Payneham 1859 Memorial 103/156

WOOD, William gardener Payneham, died 5/1/1862 Payneham, of consumption, aged 58 Application 21888

WOOD, Catherine and Charles of Payneham sister and brother 1890. Probably children of William Wood labourer Payneham, who was already in SA by 1840 Application 21888

No 2

WOOD, William locksmith formerly of Adelaide 1846 but now of Clifton [Pt Section 290 Survey B] 1865 Application 6712

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WOOD, William clerk to William WALKER solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1852] Memorial 440/37

WOOD, William broker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 378/75

No 4

WOOD, William mason Adelaide late 1852 Memorial 417/45

WOOD, William mason Bowden 1852[-1855] Memorial 110/39

WOOD, William labourer Bowden 1855 Memorial 300/93

WOOD, William stonemason formerly of Beverley 1860 but now of Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5850

No 5

WOOD, William Incumbent All Saints Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 204/40

WOOD, William Minister of St Mark's Penwortham 1855[-1857] Memorial 5/86

WOOD, William Minister of the Gospel formerly of Penwortham but now of Sydney NSW 1863 Memorial 114/192

WOOD, William Minister of the Gospel formerly of Penwortham but now of Parramatta NSW 1864 Memorial 346/200

No 6

WOOD, William yeoman Littlehampton 1852 Memorial 307/41

WOOD, William farmer Mt Barker District 1854[-1863] Memorial 141/73

No 7

WOOD, William of Pt Lincoln 1852 Memorial 84/46

WOOD, William mason Pt Lincoln, died 4/4/1875, bequeathed his soul to God, his body to Earth and his worldly possessions (5 head of horned cattle, 1 light bay mare, and 2 cottages and half acre of ground on which they stand) to his wife, Elizabeth Wood, who, by the end of the year her husband died, had moved to Wellington on the Murray Application 14401

WOOD, Elizabeth widow formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Wellington 1875, relict of the late William Wood mason Pt Lincoln, who died 4/4/1875 Application 14401

No 8

WOOD, William yeoman formerly of Hindmarsh but now of Kooringa 1854[-1855] Memorial 25/67

No 9

WOOD, William farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 54/144

WOOD, William farmer late of Nuriootpa but now of Kapunda 1861. He was illiterate Application 2526.

No 10

WOOD, William of Mt Barker 1864 Application 4809

WOOD, William draper Mt Barker and Lydia Wood his wife 1866 Memorial 282/208

WOOD, William draper Mt Barker, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Lydia WOOD, to manage his SA business affairs 17/1/1866 Deposit 15/1866

WOOD, William draper formerly of Mt Barker but now absent therefrom linked with William Alfred Wood draper Mt Barker 1866 Memorial 305/208

No 11

WOOD, William storekeeper Yankalilla 1870 Application 10587.

WOOD, William storekeeper Pt Pirie. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 477 County Victoria

WOOD, William storekeeper Yankalilla 1874 Application 13806

WOOD, William storekeeper Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 283 County Victoria

WOOD, William and Oliver William Wood storekeepers Pt Pirie. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 60 Page 431 County Victoria

WOOD, Wiliam storekeeper formerly of Yankalilla but now of Pt Pirie 1886 Application 27726

WOOD, William general storekeeper Pt Pirie 1877[-1886] Memorial 37/301

WOOD, William and William OLIVER of Pt Pirie trading under the style or firm of Wood & Oliver 1886[-1887] Memorial 241/374

WOOD, William JP of Pt Pirie 1886 Memorial 141/378

WOOD, William merchant Pt Pirie 1895[-1896] Memorial 108/424

WOOD, William timber merchant Pt Pirie, died 26/7/1900, of embolism of a cerebral artery and liver disease, aged 67 Application 24841

WOOD, William of Pt Pirie, had died by 1901. Executors – Isabella Wood widow Pt Pirie, William Wood farmer Pt Pirie and John Rutherford Wood timber merchant Pt Pirie Grant Book 60 Page 303 County Victoria

No 12

WOOD, William builder Yankalilla 1880 [W Wood the storekeeper had alreadly left for Pt Pirie by 1877] Application 18249

No 13

WOOD, William farmer near Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 55 County Victoria

WOOD, William farmer Hundred of Whyte 1886 Memorial 35/376

WOOD, William farmer Hundred of Whyte Co Victoria. Hundred of Gumbowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 40 Page 47 County Kimberley

No 14

WOOD, William insurance superintendent Croydon 1922 Memorial 52/487

WOOD, William Frederick farmer Upper Wakefield 1860 Memorial 296/165

No 1

WOOD, William James of Pt Wakefield 1866 Application 7525.

WOOD, William James gentleman formerly of Pt Wakefield but now temporarily of Unley before leaving for parts beyond the sea for a period 1893 Memorial 22/419

WOOD, William John farmer Gumbowie 1888 Memorial 147/392

WOOD, William Samuel draper Adelaide (16 Hindley St) 1884 Memorial 17/365

WOOD, William Wordsworth Hosken saddler Pt Lincoln 1902[-1903] Memorial 45/447, Application 24532

WOODARD, Joseph Henry mariner Hindmarsh Island 1884 Application 20269

No 1

WOODARDS, Darcy George Beach of 28 Partridge St, Glenelg, Secretary of the RC Church Endowment Society of West Tce, Adelaide 1898 Application 23597

WOODARDS, Darcy George Beach secretary 28 Partridge St, Glenelg Secretary of the Roman Catholic Church Endowment Society Inc West Tce, Adelaide 1956 Application 29189

WOODCOCK, Frank John agent Currie St, Adelaide 1903 Application 24660

WOODCOCK, George farmer Kensington 1855 Memorial 303/87

WOODCOCK, George Henry mason Dimboola St, Kensington 1913 Memorial 127/491

No 1

WOODCOCK, Hanson butcher North Adelaide 1871[-1876] Memorial 92/252, Application 15552

WOODCOCK, Hanson butcher Adelaide 1882 Memorial 113/345

WOODCOCK, Hanson butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1884 Memorial 131/361

No 1

WOODCOCK, Henry horse dealer North Kensington 1877 Memorial 196/301

WOODCOCK, Henry stock dealer Kensington Park 1877[-1879] Memorial 36/304

WOODCOCK, Henry gentleman Unley 1880 Application 18359

WOODCOCK, Henry auctioneer Adelaide 1883 Memorial 224/346

WOODCOCK, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1883 Application 19810

WOODCOCK, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 198/357

WOODCOCK, Henry agent Adelaide 1885[-1897] Memorial 70/379, Application 20538

WOODCOCK, Henry agent Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1886 Application 20955

WOODCOCK, Henry agent Adelaide and Frances Elizabeth Woodcock his wife 1888 Application 21447

WOODCOCK, Henry agent Adelaide 1899 declared that he had spent his boyhood in Kensington Application 23918

WOODCOCK, Henry land agent Adelaide 1908 Memorial 152/458

WOODCOCK, Henry land agent Adelaide 1911 Application 26023

WOODCOCK, Harry land agent Glen Osmond 1917[-1918] Memorial 200/476, Application 26671

WOODCOCK, Henry agent Adelaide and Norwood, died 22/5/1924 William St, Norwood. Step-father to Laura Edith BATEMAN married woman Sunnyside and Emma Louisa SAINT spinster Sunnyside. He left estate to his clerk, Henry James MARTIN, to his chauffeur Rowland Augustus Frederick TREADREA of Adelaide, to his collector George James CANT of Adelaide, to his carpenter George James CANT of Adelaide Memorial 162a/496

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOODCOCK, Joseph of Normanville 1862 Memorial 232/183

WOODCOCK, Joe farm labourer Yankalilla 1865 Application 5889.

WOODCOCK, Joseph farmer Yankalilla 1870 Application 10833

WOODCOCK, Joe labourer Yankalilla 1884[-1888] Memorial 12/357

WOODCOCK, Joe labourer Yankalilla 1888 Memorial 199/393

WOODCOCK, Joseph council clerk Yankalilla 1898 Memorial 128/435

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOODCOCK, Luke Biddick clerk to Messrs HARDY, JAMES & James solicitors Adelaide 1853 Memorial 66/60

WOODCOCK, Luke of Kapunda 1858[-1859] Memorial 301/133

WOODCOCK, Luke gentleman Adelaide 1860 Application 1949

WOODCOCK, Luke Inspector of Police Mt Gambier 1885 Application 20475

WOODCOCK, Luke bailiff of the Mt Gambier Local Court, died 24/10/1913. He lived with his sister, Louisa Grace Woodcock spinster Mt Gambier, for many years and who was with him when he died. He left his sister his entire estate, including land at Robe which he had owned between 1872-1913 Application 25919

No 1

WOODCOCK, William John Clerk in Holy Orders North Adelaide 1851 North Adelaide Land & Building Investment Association Trustee WOODCOCK, Mary widow Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Charles MARRYAT Archdeacon of Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 11/3/1879 Deposit 190/1879  Memorial 187/34

WOODFORDE, Frank Dudley land agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hall land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 219 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOODFORDE, George bank clerk National Bank of Australasia Narracoorte 1874 Memorial 21/292

WOODFORDE, George accountant Melbourne Vic 1883[-1888] Memorial 71/348

WOODFORDE, George accountant Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to WJ OLDHAM and FD WOODFORDE gentlemen Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/2/1883 Deposit 103/1883

WOODFORDE, George Guy banker's clerk Hindmarsh and Edith Adelaide Woodforde his wife 1917 Application 26568

No 1

WOODFORDE, James Edward private tutor Kooringa 1855[-1857] Memorial 222/92

WOODFORDE, James Edward gentleman near Clare 1855[-1856] Memorial 202/89

WOODFORDE, James Edward gentleman formerly of Clare then of Woodforde now in parts beyond the seas 1869 Memorial 159/241

WOODFORDE, John Esquire Adelaide 1844[-1854] Memorial 302/4

WOODGATE, Alfred Joseph Septimus carter Echunga 1901 Application 24227

WOODGATE, Decimus gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 427/96

No 1

WOODGATE, Herbert clerk of the District Council of Hallett 1878 Memorial 236/311

WOODGATE, Herbert contractor Copperhouse and Marie Louise Sophie Woodgate his wife 1911 Memorial 249/464

WOODHEAD, Ambler Father linked with Section 112 Hundred of Arkaba Co Hanson 1887 Memorial 136/385

No 1

WOODHEAD, Henry Alfred farmer Bowden 1855[-1858] Memorial 145/89

WOODHEAD, Henry Alfred farmer South Richmond 1858 Memorial 330/140

WOODHEAD, Henry Alfred farmer Richmond 1882 Application 18823.

WOODHEAD, Henry Alfred farmer Hilton 1883 Application 19804

No 1

WOODHEAD, John farmer Plympton 1849[-1853] He owned Section 2033 Survey B, 'together with the mill, messuage or tenement, fencing and other erections and buildings thereon erected … ' He had borrowed money from Michael FEATHERSTONE in 1849 possibly to finance the above improvements Memorials 166/16, 490/53

WOODHEAD, John farmer Plympton 1876 Memorial 39/293

WOODHEAD, John farmer Plympton, died 5/8/1876. His widow, Sibyl Woodhead, died 10/4/1880. Their son, Joseph Woodhead, was a farmer at Golden Grove by 1895 Memorial 69/426

WOODHEAD, John farmer Plympton, died 5/8/1876. His wife, Sibyl Woodhead, died 10/4/1880. They had a son, Joseph Woodhead 1907 Application 25318

WOODHEAD, Sybil widow Plympton, died 10/4/1880, of bronchial

affection, aged 67. Her daughter, Lucy Woodhead 29 Plympton (Father: John Woodhead) married Charles Henry MARTIN 27 carpenter Adelaide (Father: John Martin) on 13/5/1880 the bride's residence, Plympton. Minister: Charles MANTHORPE. Witnesses: Joseph Woodhead farmer Brighton and AW MARSHALL music seller Adelaide Application 18040

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WOODHEAD, Joseph farmer Plympton 1879 Memorial 121/315

WOODHEAD, Joseph farmer formerly of Plympton but now of Lower Light 1885 Memorial 235/369

WOODHEAD, Joseph farmer Golden Grove and Sophia Jane Woodhead his wife. J Woodhead was a brother to Mrs William FISK of Parkside nee Sarah Ann Woodhead 1895 Memorial 107/425

No 1

WOODHEAD, Robert farmer South Richmond 1852[-1853] Memorial 189/42

WOODHEAD, Robert farmer Mintaro 1859 Memorial 258/157

WOODHEAD, Robert innkeeper Mintaro 1859 Memorial 55/160

WOODHEAD, William Esquire Adelaide 1878 Memorial 166/305

No 1

WOODHEAD, William Birkett farmer Mintaro 1859 Memorial 269/158 Miller Mintaro 1859 Memorial 55/160

WOODHEAD, William Birkett farmer Green Hill Farm near Linwood 1878 Memorial 249/306

WOODHEAD, William Birkett farmer Stockport 1901 Memorial 120/444

No 1

WOODHOUSE, Henry Thomas farmer near Clare 1911 Memorial 244/464

WOODHOUSE, Henry Thomas drover Snowtown, died 24/12/1928 Adelaide. Executor; Ernest Woodhouse linesman 25 May Tce, Kensington Park Memorial 85/501

WOODHOUSE, Samuel farmer Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 470 County Daly

No 1

WOODHOUSE, William groom Clare 1866 Memorial 36/209

WOODHOUSE, William groom Clare, died 17/6/1876 Condowie intestate. His widow, Jane Woodhouse, remarried to James Arthur BARNETT on 25/1/1882. By 1911, Jane Barnett was a widow of Snowtown. Linked with Henry Thomas Woodhouse farmer near Clare 1911 Memorial 244/465

WOODHOUSE, Jane widow Condowie Co Stanley. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

WOODING, Jane spinster Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 189/41

No 1

WOODING, Joseph carter Adelaide 1853[-1864] Memorial 170/55

WOODING, Joseph labourer Prospect 1858[-1877] Memorial 292/134

WOODING, Joseph formerly labourer Prospect 1858 but now gardener Mt Lofty 1876 Application 15183

No 1

WOODING, William butcher Macclesfield 1856[-1864] Memorial 253/98

WOODING, William farmer Macclesfield 1860 Memorial 121/162

WOODING, William formerly farmer 1860 but now butcher Macclesfield 1867. He could not write Application 8837

WOODING, William butcher Macclesfield 1868 Memorial 105/232

WOODING, William farmer Macclesfield and Mary Ann Wooding his wife. Children mentioned but not named 1876 Memorial 151/294

No 2

WOODING, William labourer Bowden on the Hill 1877[-1881] Memorial 108/329

No 3

WOODING, William 70 widower retired Glenelg (Father: Joseph Wooding. Born in Hastings, England) remarried to Rosetta GRAY 70 widow home duties North Adelaide (Father: JS BAGSHAW) on 11/3/1911 James LE POIDEVIN home Kermode St, North Adelaide. Rosetta Wooding wife of William Wooding gentleman Carter St Prospect, died 23/2/1918, of heart dilation, aged 77 Application 27628

WOODING, Rosetta married woman Prospect formerly Rosetta GRAY widow Campden West Tce, Adelaide. William Wooding mentioned but not described 1916 Memorial 182/473

WOODINGS, John shoemaker Macaw Creek 1858 Macaw Creek Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 161/138

WOODINGS, William shoemaker Macaw Creek 1859 Memorial 62/162

No 1

WOODLAND, Henry farmer Bugle Ranges 1863 Memorial 213/187

WOODLAND, Henry farmer near Mt Barker, died 23/7/1888. Husband of Eliza Woodland Memorial 89/395

WOODLAND, Eliza widow Bugle Ranges, died 22/2/1901 Application 24259

WOODLAND, Eliza widow Bugle Ranges, died 22/2/1901. Mother of John Woodland labourer Mt Barker Memorial 44/443
No 1

WOODLAND, James farmer Mt Barker 1901 Application 24259

WOODLAND, James farmer Bugle Ranges 1919 Application 26779

WOODLAND, John labourer Mt Barker 1901 Application 24259

No 1

WOODLANDS, George labourer Payneham 1852 Memorial 327/43

WOODLANDS, George labourer Kensington 1853 Memorial 267/57

WOODLANDS, George yeoman formerly of Payneham but now of Kensington 1855 Memorial 490/85

WOODLANDS, George labourer Norwood 1854 Memorial 134/75

WOODLANDS, George the Elder and George Woodlands the Younger his son labourers Norwood 1855 Memorial 192/87

WOODLANDS, George labourer formerly of Norwood but now of Sevenhill 1859 Memorial 2/151

WOODLANDS, George farmer Penwortham 1859 Memorial 85/159

WOODLANDS, George labourer formerly of Norwood 1854 but now of near Clare 1865 Application 6052

WOODLANDS, John roadman Penwortham 1868 Application 9370

No 1

WOODLEY, James gardener Crafers 1886 Memorial 133/374

WOODLEY, James labourer Piccadilly and Jane Ellen Woodley his wife 1914 Memorial 60/471

WOODLEY, Jane Ellen widow Woodbury Crafers, died 4/7/1948 Royal Adelaide Hospital, North Tce, Adelaide. Mother of Mary Jane PAULEY married woman Stirling West Memorial 21/525

No 1

WOODLEY, Thomas gardener Crafers took out a 14-year lease at £60 a year of pt Section 1042 situated in the New Tiers, 'to pay rates and taxes to keep the premises in good condition and repair to keep the creek running through the said demised land and the banks thereof in good repair and condition Not to carry away or remove stone or sand To keep as a garden such part of demised premises as was then used as a garden And to keep the same in a proper state of cultivation To replace all fruit and other trees and vines during the same year that might die or become decayeed Not to allow any cattle horses goats pigs or other animals to graze or depasture on the said garden To insure the dwelling house and erections … in the sum of £200' 1883 Memorial 222/352

WOODLEY, Thomas gardener Crafers 1900 Application 24044

No 1

WOODLEY, William Matthew Esquire lately of Adelaide, but about to quit the said province to reside in Great Britain, power of attorney to William Henry NEALE auctioneer Franklin St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/4/1840 Application 10056

WOODLEY, William Matthew Esquire Adelaide, about to quit the province to live in Great Britain, power of attorney to William Henry NEALE gentleman Franklin St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/4/1840 Deposit 668/1855

WOODLEY, William Matthew Esquire formerly of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 264/86

No 1

WOODMAN, Alfred John carpenter Kapunda 1858 Memorial 12/144

WOODMAN, Alfred John carpenter Gawler 1879 Memorial 150/317

No 1

WOODMAN, Caroline widow Adelaide 1853 Memorial 352/59

WOODMAN, Caroline native of Kilkenny, Ireland, married woman, lately from the ship Hindoo, admitted 18/5/1864 Dunedin Hospital, New Zealand, with acute bronchitis. Died 4/6/1864, aged 36. Mother of Alfred Henry Woodman school teacher Wahgunyah Vic 1883. See Town Acres for further informations Applications 19648 & 19649

WOODMAN, CJ chemist Kensington 1903 Memorial 196/449

WOODMAN, Edward John labourer Thames St, Burra linked with Herbert Roy Woodman station hand Murkaby Station east of Burra 1951 Memorial 103/526

WOODMAN, George Albert labourer Kooringa 1926 Memorial 101/496

WOODMAN, Handy farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Ardrossan 1882[-1883] Memorial 202/338

No 1

WOODMAN, Henry George cabinetmaker Gawler 1858 Memorial 202/141

WOODMAN, Henry George carpenter Gawler 1868 Memorial 152/231

WOODMAN, Henry George builder Gawler 1870 Application 11164

WOODMAN, Henry George builder Gawler 1874 Memorial 206/272

WOODMAN, Henry George farmer Gawler Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 284 County Fergusson

No 1

WOODMAN, Herbert Roy contractor Kooringa linked with Rupert Woodman station hand Kooringa 1919 Memorial 185/478

WOODMAN, Herbert Roy station hand Murkaby Station east of Burra 1937 Memorial 165/511

WOODMAN, Joseph music seller Adelaide (34 Rundle St) 1879. By 1892, he had also acquired the lease of No 32 Rundle St. In 1892, J Woodman assigned his lease to James MARSHALL & Co drapers of No 30 Rundle St, for £3,000 Memorials 80/320, 179/413

No 1

WOODMAN, Leonard Edward and Charles Edward STOKES merchants Pt Augusta, trading as AD TASSIE & Co, became bankrupts in 1886 Memorial 38/377

WOODMAN, Leonard Edward commercial traveller Adelaide Co Adelaide. Bookabie (Hundred of Magarey) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 41 Page 1 County Kintore

WOODMAN, Rupert station hand Kooringa 1917 Memorial 175/475

WOODMAN, William George farmer Saddleworth 1893 Application 26604

WOODRIDGE, Charles sawyer Wirrabara. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

No 1

WOODROFFE, Edward tide waiter Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 81/29

WOODROFFE, Edward waterman Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 438/52

WOODROFFE, Edward labourer Pt Adelaide, died 23/3/1862 accidental death, aged 56. James GROSSE storekeeper Pt Adelaide knew him well Application 8304

No 1

WOODROFFE, EA spinster Dashwood Gully 1873 Memorial 192/266

WOODROFFE, Elizabeth Ann spinster near Wellington on the Murray 1885 Memorial 80/365

WOODROFFE, Elizabeth Ann spinster Wellington on the Murray, died 28/10/1895 intestate. Sybil MILDRED no description linked with her estate Memorial 64/473

No 1

WOODROFFE, William teamster Wilmington Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881[-1885]s Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

WOODROFFE, William farmer Willochra. Hundred of Woolundunga land grant 1886 Grant Book 23 Page 140 County Frome

WOODROFFE, JS clerk Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 284/180

WOODRUFF, George boundary rider Pt Lincoln Co Flinders. Sheringa (Hundred of Way) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 48 Page 103 County Musgrave

WOODRUFF, Richard William shoemaker Kensington 1851 Memorial 121/35

WOODRUFF, William shoemaker Norwood 1851[-1853] Memorial 68/34

WOODROW, Alan Tennyson departmental manager Westbourne Park 1943 Memorial 157/517

WOODROW, Herbert Harry labourer Woodside 1923 Application 27201

No 1

WOODROW, John fisherman Milang linked with Walter Woodrow the Younger fisherman Milang 1920 Memorial 126/480

WOODROW, John motor boat proprietor Milang 1943 Memorial 122/517

WOODROW, John F clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 34/299

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WOODROW, Walter fisherman Point McLeay and Agnes Woodrow his wife formerly Agnes HENDERSON daughter of John Anderson of Cook Plains 1884 Memorial 64/359

WOODROW, Walter fisherman Milang 1886 Memorial 116/380

WOODROW, Walter fisherman formerly of Wellington on the Murray but then of Milang, died 16/7/1922. Husband of Jane Woodrow Memorial 105/486

WOODROW, Walter fisherman Milang, died 16/7/1922. Husband of Agnes Woodrow now widow Milang 1926 Memorial 85/494

WOODROW, Walter the Elder fisherman formerly of Wellington but then of Milang, died 16/7/1922. His widow, Agnes Woodrow, of Milang, died 23/3/1943. Mother of James Woodrow carpenter Hendon and Walter Woodrow the Younger fisherman Milang. 4 children mentioned but only 2 described Memorials 47 & 52/517

WOODROWE, John law clerk Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 97/351

No 1

WOODRUFF, Richard William cordwainer Adelaide (Sturt St) 1850 Memorial 377/20

WOODRUFF, Richard William cordwainer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 45/51

No 1

WOODS, Alfred Thomas surveyor Adelaide 1876 Memorial 227/287

WOODS, Alfred Thomas surveyor Adelaide, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant, and failing him, Walter GOOCH gentleman both of Adelaide, to manage his affairs in case of absence or death 23/11/1877 Deposit 58/1879

WOODS, Arthur Maclure accountant Adelaide 1888[-1889] Memorial 66/395

WOODS, Charles the Younger labourer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

No 1

WOODS, CW agent Adelaide 1901 Memorial 44/442

WOODS, CWG hotelbroker Adelaide 1902[-1920] Memorial 159/445

WOODS, CWG agent Adelaide 1903 Memorial 12/449

No 1 – perhaps the same person

WOODS, David storekeeper Mutooroo Mine Out of Hundreds. Saltash (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 229 County Not named

WOODS, David clerk Norwood 1924 Memorial 155/491

WOODS, Douglas Griffin Tenison director John McGrath Ltd of North Tce, Adelaide 1933 Memorial 150/506

No 1

WOODS, Frederick James farmer Yanyarrie 1897 Memorial 56/431

No 2

WOODS, Frederick James contractor Adelaide 1907 Memorial 57/458

WOODS, Frederick Lindsay labourer Robe 1879[-1889] Memorial 218/318

WOODS, George JP medical practitioner Clarendon 1907 Memorial 197/457

WOODS, Hedley R of Coobowie 1886 Memorial 228/379

No 1

WOODS, Henry Alfred accountant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 138 County Daly

WOODS, Henry Alfred curator of intestate estates Adelaide 1868 Memorial 118/229

WOODS, Henry Roy contractor 13 Alma St, Fullarton linked with Horace Bruce Woods contractor Parkside 1932 Memorial 87/505

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOODS, Isaac farmer North Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 228/64

WOODS, Isaac farmer near Freeling 1864 Application 4879

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WOODS, Isaac gentleman Kent Town 1874 Application 13524

WOODS, Isaac gentleman Young St, Kent Town 1886 Memorial 158/376

No 1

WOODS, James blacksmith Gawler 1857 Memorial 165/181

WOODS, James blacksmith and wheelwright Willaston 1866 Application 7779

No 2

WOODS, James hawker Terowie Co Kimberley. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

No 1

WOODS, James Dominic Adelaide Waterworks manager 1859[-1860] Memorial 222/152

WOODS, James Dominic out of business 87 George St, Norwood 1922, declared that he had been clerk of the Burnside District Council between 1879-1913 Application 27080

WOODS, James Edgar electrician Largs Bay 1912 Memorial 163/467

WOODS, Jane Eliza spinster Kyre Ave, Kingswood, died 6/6/1926 of heart failure, aged 73. Born in Gawler Application 27778 WOODS, Jane Sophia spinster Moorak 1864[-1865] Memorial 194/200

WOODS, JE Tenison RC priest Penola 1866 Memorial 48/209

WOODS, JE clerk to Messrs ANDREWS & BONNIN solicitors Adelaide 1876 Memorial 173/295

WOODS, Jessie married woman formerly of Windsor Ave, Kilkenny but now of Currency Creek 1934 Memorial 104/507

No 1

WOODS, John baker Kensington. Foundation Magill Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1850 Memorial 57/22

WOODS, John baker Kensington 1854 Payneham Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 254/65

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

WOODS, John baker Norwood 1851 Memorial 245/35 Gawler River farm land purchase 1852. He borrowed money from Ann WILLIAMS widow Norwood Enrolment 64/24

WOODS, John farmer formerly of Norwood but now of Gawler River 1855 Memorial 119/84

WOODS, John baker formerly of Norwood but now of Gawler River 1858 Memorial 154/144

WOODS, John farmer North Stoneham near Gawler 1853 Memorial 150/82

WOODS, John farmer Pt Gawler 1856 Memorial 214/119

WOODS, John farmer Stoneham Farm Gawler River 1857[-1862] Memorial 215/119, Application 2943

WOODS, John farmer Northstoneham Farm Gawler River 1865 Memorial 294/200

No 3 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

WOODS, John quarryman William St, Norwood 1865 Memorial 58/201

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

WOODS, John farmer Norwood Co Adelaide. Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

WOODS, John of Coobowie 1883 Memorial 157/352

WOODS, John farmer Hundred of Melville, died 30/5/1885. Executors: Mary Woods widow Coobowie, William Richard Woods farmer Coobowie and James CALDWELL the Younger farmer Honiton Yorke Peninsula Memorial 236/377

No 5

WOODS, John farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1903[-1918] Memorial 210/448, Application 26781

No 1

WOODS, John Crawford clerk [in holy orders] Adelaide 1869 Memorial 21/241

WOODS, John Crawford clerk formerly of Adelaide but now of College Town 1869 Application 10210.

No 1 - possibly the same person

WOODS, John J Railways Department clerk Norwood 1893 Memorial 51/416

WOODS, John Joseph retired Norwood, aged 73 in 1939, declared that he had lived at Norwood for 66 years Application 28183.

WOODS, JS governess Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 175/206

WOODS, Julian E articled clerk to W DEARMAN solicitor Adelaide 1881[-1884] Memorial 30/331

WOODS, Michael labourer Terowie 1882 Memorial 17/340

WOODS, Patrick farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

WOODS, Peter labourer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 113 County Robe

No 1 - probably the same person

WOODS, Samuel blacksmith Adelaide 1848 Memorial 437/16

WOODS, Samuel yeoman Prospect 1849 Memorial 162/17

WOODS, Samuel yeoman Gawler 1850 Memorial 409/21

WOODS, Samuel blacksmith Evanston 1855 Memorial 301/80

No 2

WOODS, Samuel farmer Goodwood 1854 Memorial 461/62

WOODS, Samuel farmer near Clarendon 1854 Memorial 217/67

WOODS, Samuel farmer Blackwood Farm near Clarendon 1855 Memorial 496/92

No 3

WOODS, Samuel labourer Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 744 County Frome

WOODS, Samuel farmer Willowie. Hundred of Willowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 743 County Frome

No 4

WOODS, Samuel storekeeper Yorketown 1929 Memorial 36/502

WOODS, Terence Albert station master and telegraph officer Penola 1861 Memorial 112/180

WOODS, Thomas clerk Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 212/61

WOODS, Walter labourer Alberton 1846 Memorial 165/7

No 1

WOODS, William of Pt Lincoln 1852 Memorial 84/46

No 2

WOODS, William of Kapunda 1854 Memorial 147/75

WOODS, William farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 153/150

No 3

WOODS, William farmer Clarendon 1856[-1863] Memorial 86/97

No 4 - perhaps the same person

WOODS, William labourer Gawler took a 14-year lease on Pt Section 2033 Hundred of Stanley 1857 Memorial 136/170

WOODS, William labourer Clare 1882 Memorial 125/338

No 5

WOODS, William labourer Gawler 1858 Memorial 38/142

WOODS, William cottage owner Queen St Gawler Co Gawler. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

WOODS, William out of business Gawler 1876 Application 15488.

WOODS, William formerly labourer 1858 but now cottage owner Gawler 1877 Application 15760.

No 6

WOODS, William labourer Kangarilla 1882 Memorial 16/341

WOODS, William contractor Kangarilla 1886 Memorial 74/379

WOODS, William Henry wheelwright Willaston Co Gawler. Broughton township [later called Redhill] allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

WOODS, William Richard farmer Salt Creek. Hundred of Melville land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 83 County Fergusson

WOODS, William Rowland station hand near Mintaro 1901[-1903] Memorial 125/442

WOODWARD, Charles butcher North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 393/17

No 1 – perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WOODWARD, Francis farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

WOODWARD, Francis the Younger farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1891 Grant Book 14 Page 247 County Daly

WOODWARD, George gentleman Findon 1856 Memorial 11/99

No 1

WOODWARD, George William gentleman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 423/5

WOODWARD, George William master mariner London, Middlesex, England 1848 Memorial 201/13

WOODWARD, George William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1849 Memorial 194/19 Master of the ship Sophia Moffatt Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 408/29

WOODWARD, George William master mariner formerly of London now of Pt Adelaide and Sarah Woodward his wife 1853 Memorial 83/54

WOODWARD, George William master mariner Woodville and Sarah Woodward his wife 1855 Memorial 114/81

WOODWARD, John fisherman Goolwa 1903 Application 25436

No 1

WOODWARD, Samuel Sandbatch farmer Tiparra 1896[-1903] Memorial 88/428

WOODWARD, Samuel Sandbatch farmer Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1903[-1908] Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

WOODVALE, George land owner Woodvale near Penwortham 1859 Memorial 56/158

WOOF, Francis James farmer Hundred of Davenport Co Frome 1887 Memorial 3/386

WOOF, Robert George farmer Yongala 1886 Memorial 40/375

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOOF, Simeon blacksmith One Tree Hill at the Sources of the Little Para 1860[-1866] Memorial 325/170

WOOF, Simeon farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

WOOF, Simeon farmer Yongala 1885[-1888] Memorial 34/373

No 1

WOOLACOTT, Catherine Frances Carnatic married woman Redruth 1901[-1907] Memorial 67/443

WOOLLACOTT, Catherine Frances Carnatic widow Burra North, died 6/10/1939. Mother of Thomas Henry Woollacott contractor formerly of Aberdeen 1939 but now of Sixth Ave, St Peters 1955, Joseph Young Woollacott grocer Malvern 1938[-1955]. Aunt to Vincent Charles RYAN land agent 35 Fifth Ave, East Adelaide 1938[-1955], Elizabeth Young HARRIS, and Stanley James Woollacott farmer Burra North. Sister to Bessie YOUNG, and James John Henry Young of Tyabb Vic Memorials 172 & 173/531

WOOLACOTT, Joseph Young storekeeper Unley 1928 Application 27669

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WOOLACOTT, Thomas Henry the Younger builder Aberdeen near Kooringa 1921 Memorial 36/483

WOOLACOTT, Thomas Henry contractor Aberdeen near Kooringa 1927 Memorial 172/496

WOOLACOTT, Thomas Henry builder Aberdeen near Kooringa 1932 Memorial 19/506

WOOLLACOTT, TH mayor of Burra 1933 Memorial 48/507

WOOLLACOTT, Thomas Henry builder formerly of Aberdeen near Kooringa but now of Fourth Ave, St Peters 1954 Memorial 136/529

No 1

WOOLLACOTT, William teamster Kooringa 1860 Memorial 224/164

WOOLLACOTT, William contractor Aberdeen 1867[-1868] Memorial 27/227

WOOLLACOTT, William John farmer Aberdeen near Kooringa 1929 Memorial 57/502

No 1

WOOLBERT, John Henry Esquire Brussels, Belgium 1842[-1858] Memorial 168/10

WOOLBERT, John Henry Esquire Brussels, Belgium, power of attorney to Christian Ludwig MEYER agent Adelaide, to complete the sale of Section 427 Survey C to William GOSSE of Adelaide, for £200 10/1/1857. Woolbert bought a number of Sections as land grants in that region in the late 1840s Deposit 356/1857

WOOLCOCK, James Gilbert out of business Reynella 1939 Memorial 69/514

WOOLCOCK, Jane widow Fifth Creek 1901 Memorial 52/444

WOOLCOCK, John miner Moonta 1877 Memorial 222/302

WOOLCOCK, Nicholas miner Reedy Creek 1851[-1864] Memorial 372/49

WOOLCOCK, Richard of Dublin. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1884 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

WOOLCOCK, William farmer Fifth Creek and Jane Woolcock his wife 1886[-1890] Memorial 21/375

WOOLCOCK, William Henry gardener Fifth Creek linked with Jane Woolcock widow Fifth Creek 1898 Memorial 225/435

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Woodville linked with William Richard Wooldridge licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 310/200

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris sheep farmer and stockowners Gawler Ranges 1867 Memorial 225/219

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris formerly sheep farmer Parla Streaky Bay but now gentleman Adelaide 1869 Memorial 167/236

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Goodwood 1873 Memorial 216/267

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Wattleville near Adelaide 1874 Memorial 216/274

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris sheepfarmer Glen Osmond Co Adelaide. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris sheep farmer Adelaide 1877 Memorial 218/299

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris sheep farmer Unley 1877[-1882] Memorial 224/300, Application 19508

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 152 County Manchester

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Unley Park Co Adelaide. Hundred of Ward land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 10 County Musgrave

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris stockholder Unley Park 1879 Memorial 219/317

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris stockholder Adelaide 1883[-1884] Memorial 41/347

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew sheep farmer Bellavista Unley 1884 Application 20283

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris sheepfarmer Bellevista Goodwood Park 1884 Memorial 152/492

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris squatter Goodwood Park 1886[-1888] Memorial 8/381

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris no description had become a bankrupt by 1889. Linked with Caroline Wooldridge spinster Queenstown Memorial 8/398

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris 48 widower gentleman Belle Vista, Goodwood Park (Father: William Wooldridge) married Maria Matilda MALLEN 32 spinster Lower Mitcham (Father: Charles Mallen) on 24/7/1890 St Mary's South Road. Minister: WS MOORE. Witnesses: FW BURCHELL engineeer Adelaide and WOOLDRIDGE of Queenstown. By 1895, the Wooldridges were living at Hyde Park Application 22875

WOOLDRIDGE, Mary Matilda married woman Hyde Park, formerly Mary Martilda MALLEN brewer Mitcham 1893 Application 22595

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Adelaide linked with Horace Burnett Wooldridge formerly of Adelaide but now farmer South Africa 1893 Memorial 43/420

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Hyde Park linked with Mabel Louisa Wooldridge spinster Belle Vista Hyde Park, Charles William Wooldridge architect Hyde Park and Horace Burnet Wooldridge of parts beyond the seas 1896 Memorial 186/429

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Mitchell St, Goodwood Park father of Mabel Mary Louisa Wooldridge spinster of the same address. This family had an interest in the Railway Hotel, Lipson St, Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 115/447

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman, Andrew Percy gentleman, Charles William architect, and Horace Burnet farmer all of Hyde Park 1902 Memorial 149/447

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Mitchell St, Goodwood Park, and Maria Matilda Wooldridge his wife parents of Mabel Mary Louisa Wooldridge spinster of the same address 1902 Memorials 150 & 151/447

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Mitchell St, Goodwood Park linked with Horace Burnett Wooldridge farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of South Africa 1903 Memorial 52/449

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris gentleman Hyde Park father of Mabel Mary Louisa GUINAND wife of Paul Guinand doctor of medicine Murray Bridge 1904 Memorial 116/450

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris retired pastoralist Bella Vista Goodwood Park, died 28/11/1925. Part owner of the Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide. Husband of Maria Matilda Wooldridge. Father of Howard Burnett Wooldridge. Father of Andrew Percy Wooldridge out of business Bella Vista Goodwood Park, who died 3/5/1924 intestate and a bachelor (His estate worth £1,500) Memorial 61/496

WOOLDRIDGE, Andrew Morris retired pastoralist Mitchell St Goodwood, died 28/11/1925, of 5 years' senile arterio sclerosis and 7 days' hypostatic pneumonia, aged 84. Born in Adelaide, remarried at 50 years. 2 sons and 4 daughters living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. He owned the Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide, during the 1860s, which apparently he inherited from his father William Wooldridge licensed victualler Pt Adelaide . His first wife, Louisa Jane Wooldridge, died 20/6/1889 Mitchell St, Goodwood Pk, of cirrhosis of the liver, aged 45. His daughter, Mabel Wooldridge 27 of Hyde Park married Paul GUINAND 34 bachelor doctor of medicine Murray Bridge (Father: John Guinand) on 27/4/1901 St Augustine's Unley. Witnesses: AM Wooldridge gentleman Hyde Park and RA ANDERSON accountant North Adelaide. Horace Burnet Wooldridge (pastoralist Hoffmann via Yarloop WA 1927) and Andrew Percy Wooldridge (turned 21 on 19/8/1900) were also children of AM Wooldridge (4 children altogether) Application 27548

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles labourer Islington 1846 Memorial 26/265

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles farmer Hundred of Barossa 1860 Memorial 191/165

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles William architect Mitchell St, Goodwood 1893 Memorial 100/419

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles William architect Adelaide but soon to sojourn in New Zealand 1893 Memorial 42/420

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles William architect formerly of Mitchell St, Goodwood but at present in New Zealand 1894 Memorial 155/422

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles William architect Adelaide, Burnet Wooldridge gentleman formerly of Adelaide but at present sojourning in Africa and Andrew Morris Woodridge gentleman Belle Vista Goodwood Park 1893. Links with the LITCHFIELD family Memorial 36/426

WOOLDRIDGE, Charles William architect Glenelg, aged 60 in 1927, declared he was a son of Andrew Morris Wooldridge retired pastoralist Bella Vista Goodwood Park, who died 28/11/1925. The AM Wooldridges also had a daughter - Mabel Mary Louisa GUINAND nee Wooldridge married woman 13 Redan Rd, Caulfield Vic, aged 53 in 1926 Application 27544

WOOLDRIDGE, Emily Georgina widow Glenelg 1910, declared that she had lived in St Marys between 1852-1880 Application 25910

WOOLDRIDGE, George blacksmith Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1900 Grant Book 55 Page 43 County Stanley

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, Henry bricklayer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 437/22

No 2

WOOLDRIDGE, Henry surgeon North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 18/23

WOOLDRIDGE, Horace Burnett farmer formerly of Adelaide but presently in South Africa 1900 Memorial 158/441

WOOLDRIDGE, Mabel Mary Louisa spinster Mitchell St, Goodwood 1894 Memorial 168/422

WOOLDRIDGE, Morris sheep farmer Goodwood 1882 Memorial 121/340

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 315/28

WOOLDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Pt Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 387/32

WOOLDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died 14/3/1857. His estate in trust to permit his wife, Mary Wooldridge, to live in a certain cottage in Queenstown and to enjoy an annuity of £200 for life from the income of the Railway Hotel, Pt Adelaide, then being constructed. The trustees also had to raise £4,000 from the sale of W Wooldridge's personal estate and if necessary, some of his freehold real estate to provide £1,000 trust funds for each of his four daughters for life, with their children inheriting the capital in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after their respective mother's death. The real estate not disposed of to provide the income for the maintenance and education of William Wooldridge's two sons, who would inherit the trust fund in equal shares once the youngest son had turned 21. AM Wooldridge purchased the real estate (land in Pt Adelaide) offered for auction, including the Railway Hotel (pt Lot 48 on the corner of Lipson St and St Vincent St. Pt Adelaide), for £550 on 9/5/1866 (date of transfer; not the auction) to help raise the money to pay out his sisters. Their mother, Mary Wooldridge, died 12/3/1890 Application 27548

WOOLDRIDGE, William licensed victualler Pt Adelaide, died 14/3/1857. All his personal estate to his unnamed wife absolutely. She was also to get £200 from the income of the hotel being erected near the Pt Adelaide railway station, and live rent free for life in a cottage at Queenstown, the testator had just purchased from Mr Cox. The rest of the freehold real estate to be sold at the trustees’ discretion, and the profits placed in a trust fund, to raise £4,000, to set up £1,000 trust funds for each of his four daughters for life, with their children inheriting the capital in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant after their respective mother's death. Trustees: David BOWER timber merchant, George SINCLAIR draper, John WALD watchmaker all of Pt Adelaide. The trustees sold certain leasehold and freehold properties of the real estate at public auction in Messrs Townsend, Botting and Kay’s auction rooms Adelaide, in 21 lots in early October 1863 Enrolment 96/32

WOOLDRIDGE, Mary widow Queenstown relict of the late William Wooldridge formerly hotelkeeper but then deceased, died 12/3/1890 Memorial 154/492

No 1

WOOLDRIDGE, William Richard gentleman Exeter and Mary Wooldridge his wife. Probable children - Mary Wooldridge, Elizabeth Wooldridge, Rosina Wooldridge, Garbut Thomas Wooldridge and Ernest Alfred Wooldridge all of Exeter. WP Wooldridge law student mentioned. The family owned the Lord Exmouth Hotel at Waterville which was leased out to various publicans 1894 Memorial 32/420

WOOLDRIDGE, William Richard gentleman Exeter and Mary Wooldridge his wife 1899. Children - Mary Wooldridge, Elizabeth Wooldridge, Rosina Wooldridge spinsters Exeter, Garbut Thomas Wooldridge assayer Exeter and Ernest Alfred Wooldridge mining student Exeter Memorial 121/438

WOOLDRIDGE, William Richard gentleman Exeter and Mary Wooldridge the Elder his wife 1918. Their family included - Mary Wooldridge the Younger, Elizabeth Wooldridge, Rosina Wooldridge, Ernest Alfred Wooldridge assayer and William Phillips Wooldridge solicitor all of Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula Memorial 51/477

WOOLDRIDGE, William Richard gentleman Whyte St, Peterhead, died 3/10/1918, of mitral regurgitation, and heart failure, aged 82. Born in Devonport, Devonshire, England, he emigrated to SA 78 years ago. Married aged 25 years. 2 sons and 3 daughters living; 1 son and 1 daughter deceased. He was a son of William Wooldridge and a brother to AM Wooldridge Application 27548

WOOLDRIDGE, Mary the Elder widow of the late William Richard Wooldridge, parents of Mary Wooldridge the Younger, Elizabeth Wooldridge and Rosina Wooldridge spinsters, Ernest Alfred Wooldridge assayer and Wiliam Phillips Wooldridge solicitor all of Exeter 1926. Another child of Mary Wooldridge the Elder, Garbut Thomas Wooldridge sulphuric acid plant manager Broken Hill NSW, died 30/4/1910 Alberton private hospital, of 3 weeks' typhoid fever and 10 hours' pneumonia, aged 35. Born at Pt Adelaide. Married aged 33. No family. Mrs Wooldridge was a sister to William Garbut DAVIES licensed victualler Lefevre Peninsula (died 28/2/1879), who left his business, the Lord Exmouth Hotel at Waterville on Lefevre Peninsula to his mother, Elizabeth Davies (died 12/10/1887). In turn, Mrs Davies left the Lord Exmouth Hotel, to her daughter, Mary Wooldridge the Elder, and grandchildren. The hotel was worth £9,000 when the Wooldridge family placed the site under the RPA in 1926 Application 27437.

WOOLDRIDGE, Rosina spinster and Ernest Alfred Wooldridge assayer both formerly of Exeter 1957 but then of 22 Whyte St, Peterhead 1958, declared that the other members of their family had died - William Phillips Wooldridge died 14/2/1934, Elizabeth Wooldridge 10/3/1934 and Mary Wooldridge died 4/6/1941 Applications 29265 & 29303

WOOLFE, Sophie Marie widow 3 Erskine St, Goodwood Park (not Parkside) 1943 Memorial 87/517

WOOLFITT, Alfred James farmer Strathalbyn 1930 Application 27821

WOOLFITT, Benjamin David Moses fisherman Milang 1916 Application 26549

No 1

WOOLFITT, Frederick Alfred fisherman Milang 1910 Memorial 211/462

WOOLFITT, Frederick Alfred and George William fishermen Milang 1911 Memorial 145/464

WOOLFITT, George baker Milang 1906 Memorial 49/455 

WOOLFITT, George William fisherman Milang 1918 Memorial 129/477

WOOLFITT, John farmer Strathalbyn 1919 Application 26759

No 1

WOOLFITT, Moses farmer Strathalbyn 1877 Memorial 213/300

WOOLFITT, Moses innkeeper Strathalbyn 1896 Memorial 131/429

No 1

WOOLFORD, Joseph farmer Wirrabara. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

WOOLFORD, Joseph farmer Wirrabara 1894 Memorial 240/421

No 1

WOOLFORD, Nathaniel farmer Hundred of Barossa and Winifred Woolford his wife 1885 Memorial 17/367

WOOLFORD, Nathaniel labourer Barossa Goldfields. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1901 Grant Book 2 Page 51 County Adelaide

WOOLFORD, Winifred married woman Hundred of Barossa 1903 Memorial 168/448

No 1

WOOLFREY, Henry Norbert RC priest Gawler 1850 Memorial 328/27

WOOLFREY, William Odillon RC clergyman Gosford, Brisbane Water NSW and William Xavier JOHNSON RC clergyman St Mary’s Priory, Sydney, power of attorney to Henry Norbert WOOLFREY RC clergyman Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 16/7/1852 Deposit 66/OA

WOOLFREY, Henry Norbet and William Odillon Woolfrey ministers of the Gospel Gawler 1853. Another colleague in the town at the same time was William Xavier JOHNSON Memorial 25/52

WOOLFREY, Henry Norbet and William Odillon Woolfrey Ministers of the Gospel Gawler 1855 Memorial 474/84

WOOLLACOTT, Stanley James farmer Burra North, aged 61 in 1958, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 29313

WOOLLACOTT, William teamster Swansea Vale Burra Burra. Hundred of Kingston land grant 1859 Grant Book 8 Page 89 County Burra

WOOLLARD, Robert Clarence commercial traveller Edward St, Norwood 1921 Application 26796

WOOLLARD, Walter out of business Norwood 1922. While still a traveller, his wife, Elizabeth Sarah Dacon Woollard, died 19/3/1914, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 51. Born in Norwood, the only child of Mrs Mary PRITCHARD (died 3/4/1896), of Edward St, Norwood she had marred at 26 years. 2 sons and 1 daughter living. 1 son deceased. Living children - Robert Clarence Woollard commercial traveller, Edward St, Norwood, Alice MC Woollard, and Harold Woollard Application 26796

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WOOLY/WOOLLEY, Abraham butcher Stepney 1850 Memorial 184/23

WOOLLEY, Abraham butcher Norwood and Eliza Woolley his wife 1851[-1861] Memorial 481/29

WOOLLEY, Abraham butcher Norwood 1853[-1865] Memorial 309/50

WOOLLEY, Abraham the Elder butcher Stepney father of Abraham Woolley the Younger no description 1860 Memorial 193/162

WOOLLEY, Abraham butcher Stepney, declared a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 340/168

WOOLLEY, Abraham butcher Norwood 1866 Application 7439

No 1

WOOLLEY, Benjamin carrier Hindmarsh 1841 Labourer Bowden 1842 72Application 12171

WOOLLEY, Benjamin yeoman Brompton 1850[-1853] Memorial 223/26

WOOLLEY, Benjamin carter Bowden 1852[-1853] Memorial 335/44

WOOLLEY, Benjamin yeoman Bowden 1841 He died 10/11/1854 intestate, as a carter, of delirium tremens, aged 51. Husband of Ann Woolley. Daughters - Elizabeth Woolley, Eliza Woolley. Sons - RBG Woolley, Philip Woolley, William Woolley. His eldest son Robert Benjamin George Woolley carter Hindmarsh inherited as heir at law. He was born at Bowden on 7/5/1840, when his father was a labourer. John PACKHAM publican Hindmarsh, said that he had lived at Bowden since c1840, and knew Benjamin Woolley well Application 8795

WOOLLEY, Benjamin yeoman Bowden 1841. He died 10/11/1854 intestate. His eldest son, Robert Benjamin George Woolley carter Hindmarsh, born 17/5/1840 Bowden, inherited his estate as heir at law 1867 Application 8795

No 1

WOOLLEY, Frank accountant Adelaide 1892 Memorial 6/415

WOOLLEY, Frank Herbert Moore Secretary to the Queensland Investment & Land Mortgage Company Ltd Morialta Chambers, Adelaide 1892 Application 22364

WOOLLEY, Frank Herbert accountant formerly of Pirie Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide but now of Currie St, Adelaide 1914 Memorial 120/470

No 1

WOOLLEY, John farmer Mt Barker 1855 Memorial 100/104

WOOLLEY, John farmer Kanmantoo 1858[-1866] Memorial 138/145

No 1

WOOLLEY, John Maude HM Customs officer Queenstown 1856[-1857] Memorial 201/108

WOOLLEY, John Maude gentleman Guichen Bay 1858 Application 180

WOOLLEY, John Maude Inspector of Scab Sheep Penola 1859 Memorial 11/161

WOOLLEY, John M HM Customs Pt Blanchetown 1870 Memorial 224/247

No 1

WOOLLEY, Robert carrier Bowden 1842 Memorial 417/84

WOOLLEY, Robert yeoman Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 224/4

WOOLLEY, Robert farmer Adelaide bought a lot in Robert St, Hindmarsh in partnership with Robert WIVELL. R Woolley built a cottage on the site and lived there 1838 Robert Woolley (Father: Philip Woolley) married Catherine Edwards (Father: Richard Edwards) 17/5/1852 All Saints Hindmarsh. The Robert Woolleys left in 1853 for the Victorian diggings, where Robert Woolley died the end of 1866 on the Queen's Gully Diggings intestate. His eldest son, Benjamin Robert Isaac Woolley, born 26/2/1856, inherited his estate as heir at law. BRI Woolley had a sister called Catherine Woolley who lived in Gouger St, Adelaide in 1880. BRI Woolley was a labourer at Lower Light in 1880. Robert Woolley's widow, Catherine Woolley, had also returned to Adelaide by 1880 [Lived Gouger St?] Application 17862

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WOOLLEY, William baker Magill 1857 Memorial 270/126

WOOLLEY, William baker Kapunda 1858 Application 179

No 2

WOOLLEY, William dealer Walkerville 1875[-1882] Memorial 17/284, Application 19194

No 3

WOOLEY, William farmer Glensloy near Littlehampton 1882 Application 19089

WOOLLEY, William died c1897. Father of Fanny Sophia COPPIN wife of Henry Coppin farmer Littlehampton, Alice DUNCAN wife of Alexander Harry Livingston Duncan railway station master Gladstone, Mabel Emma Eleanor Woolley spinster Glensloy near Mt Barker Junction, George William Woolley, Amos John Woolley and Hedley Allan Woolley all farmers Glensloy near Mt Barker Junction, as disposed in 1904 Memorial 46/451

WOOLLEY, William farmer Glensloy near Mt Barker Junction, died 14/11/1897. His widow, Sarah Woolley, died 8/4/1903. George William Woolley, Amos John Woolley and Hedley Allan Woolley farmers Glensloy were the sons. Fanny Sophia COPPIN, Alice DUNCAN, and Mabel Emma Eleanor Grace Woolley were the daughters of the marriage. George Woolley farmer Glensloy gave this information in 1914 Application 26376

No 1

WOOLLEY, William John Moore of the surveying firm of DOSWELL, WOOLLEY & Co Eagle Chambers 1 Pirie St, Adelaide 1884 Application 200854

WOOLLEY, William John Moore gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 166 County Not named

WOOLLVEN, John baker Lower Thames St, Kooringa 1859 Memorial 310/153

No 1

WOOLMAN, Henry sailmaker Pt Adelaide 1849[-1854] Memorial 304/14

WOOLMAN, Henry waterman Pt Adelaide 1860[-1875] Memorial 109/352, Application 12919

WOOLMAN, Philip fireman Alberton 1874 Application 13742

WOOLMINGTON, John labourer Dalkey. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1885 Grant Book 26 Page 245 County Gawler

No 1 - the Elder

WOOLNOUGH, Robert pilot Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 3805

WOOLNOUGH, Robert pilot Pt Adelaide 1864[-1872] Memorial 5/197

WOOLNOUGH, Robert pilot Le Fevre Peninsula 1872[-1875] Memorial 200/257, Application 14107

WOOLNOUGH, Robert gentleman Semaphore 1889 Application 22201

WOOLNOUGH, Robert agent Woodville, died 22/10/1895 Le Fevre Peninsula Application 26560.

WOOLNOUGH, Robert the Elder master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula, died 22/10/1895. He had built a wooden cottage on the corner of Woolnough Rd and Harris St in 1854. Here, his son, Robert Woolnough the Younger, by 1913 formerly commercial clerk Pt Adelaide now commercial manager Adelaide, was born on 16/11/1855. Some years later, Robert Woolnough the Elder then built a stone home on the corner of Woolnough Rd and Martini St, where he lived until he died. The family rented out the wooden cottage to various tenants. Ann Woolnough, widow of Robert Woolnough the Elder, died 26/9/1912 Exeter, of 16 years' diabetes mellitus and senile decay. Born in London, England, she had been 58 years in SA. She had married age 25. 3 sons and 4 daughters living - 2 daughters called Emily and Edith Woolnough no address Application 26180

No 1 - the Younger

WOOLNOUGH, Robert agent Woodville 1896 Memorial 215/429

WOOLNOUGH, Robert clerk Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23443

WOOLNOUGH, Robert of Warrawee Sheffield St, Adelaide 1919 Memorial 58/478

WOOLSTON, FW storekeeper Morgan 1915 Memorial 139/474

WOOLSTON, George Henry gardener Fifth Creek 1868 Application 8986

WOON, Richard wheelwright Moonta 1883 Memorial 9/350

WORALL, James licensed victualler Bowden 1854 Memorial 159/67

WORBY, Charles Spencer labourer Mintaro 1919 Memorial 187/477

WORDEN, Francis Martin and John farmers Mallala 1885 Memorial 67/367

No 1 - the Elder

WORDEN, George farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 496/29

WORDEN, George the Elder farmer Gawler Plains, died 2/2/1854. His widow, Jane Worden, of Peachey Belt, died 10/5/1860, of typhus debility, aged 63. Parents of George Worden the Younger farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1886 Application 20881

No 2 - the Younger

WORDEN, George farmer Peachey Belt 1854 Memorial 128/64

WORDEN, George farmer Peachey Belt and Matilda Worden his wife nee Matilda CHIVELL 1871 Memorial 69/257

WORDEN, George farmer Penfield 1871[-1886] Memorial 249/288

WORDEN, George farmer Penfield died c1887. Linked with John Worden farmer Penfield 1904 Application 24759

No 1 - possibly mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WORDEN, John farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 389/61

WORDEN, John and William farmers Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 136/93

WORDEN, John farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 194/205

WORDEN, John of Mallala 1882 Memorial 39/337

WORDEN, John farmer Penfield 1906 Application 25095

WORDEN, John farmer Angle Vale. Angle Vale Methodist Church trustee 1909 Memorial 245/463

WORDEN, Lancelot Leslie George farmer Angle Vale, aged 54 in 1943, declared that he had lived in Angle Vale all his life Application 28349

WORDEN, Thomas formerly farmer Smithfield but now out of business Mary St, Unley 1926 Application 27524

No 1

WORDEN, Thomas Grose farmer near Strathalbyn 1867 Memorial 80/224

WORDEN, Thomas Grose miner Rheole Vic 1891 Memorial 239/411 & RPA Search 1658

WORDEN, Thomas Grose farmer formerly of near Strathalbyn but now of Rheola Vic 1896 Memorial 40/427

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WORDEN, William farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 388/61

WORDEN, William farmer Gawler Plains, Jane Worden widow and relict of the late George Worden the Elder formerly farmer Gawler Plains, and George Worden the Younger labourer Gawler Plains 1854. Mrs Worden had a life interest, under varying conditions, in her late husband's estate until her death or remarriage Memorial 452/67

WORDEN, William farmer Peachey Belt Gawler Plains 1856[-1865] Memorial 52/99

WORDEN, William farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 2798.

WORDEN, William farmer Penfield 1871 Application 11517.

WORDEN, William farmer Penfield near Smithfield 1873 Application 12841

WORDEN, Elizabeth Jane daughter of William Worden farmer Gawler Plains, died 20/5/1888, of chronic Meningistis, aged 28 Application 23959

WORDEN, William farmer Gawler Plains, died 11/5/1899. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Elizabeth Worden, for life or until her remarriage, then in trust to his daughter, Elizabeth Worden, for life, then to the remainder of his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Other children appeared to be William George Worden farmer Angle Vale Thomas Warden farmer Angle Vale, and John Worden farmer Angle Vale 1900 Application 23959

WORDEN, William George farmer Angle Vale 1899[-1905] Memorial 13/439

WORDIE, Robert blacksmith Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 437/69

No 1

WORGAN, James labourer Penola 1873 Memorial 153/272

WORGAN, James labourer Penola and Johanna Worgan his wife 1884 Memorial 85/355

WORK, Frank Lindsay solicitor Kooringa 1938 Memorial 132/512

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

WORK, James carpenter Clare 1869[-1876] Memorial 64/239

WORK, James timber merchant Clare 1872 Memorial 24/262

WORK, James the Younger carpenter Clare 1875 Memorial 57/293

WORK, John Scott farmer Finniss Point 1896 Memorial 199/431

WORMALD, Henry ironmoulder Norwood 1885 Application 20461

WORKMAN, Alexander Talbot manager Close St, Sandwell [Peterhead] 1919 Memorial 102/478

No 1

WORMLEIGHTON, John builder Adelaide leased Pt TA 314 in Grote St for his business premises 1867 Memorial 154/228

WORMLEIGHTON, John and Daniel ROSS builders Adelaide (Grote St) carrying on business under the style or firm of Wormleighton & Ross, became bankrupt in 1868 Memorial 112/234

WORMS, Anton Theodor labourer Penola. His wife, Elizabeth Worms, died 5/4/1908. Parents of Theodore Worm (Fred) labourer Elverton WA, Alexander Worms no description, Mary VEARS, Elizabeth Worms (Tissie). Estate worth £100. Included a horse called Roger Memorial 91/475

WORMS, Anton Theodore labourer Millicent 1917 Memorial 139/475

WORMWOLD, Joshua Royal Sapper and Miner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 215/39

No 1

WORNER, George Albermarle wholesale saddler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1879 Memorial 110/329

WORNER, George Albermarle gentleman [formerly of Adelaide but now of] 5 Genoa Road, Averley, Surrey, England and Louisa Worner his wife 1894 Memorial 97/420

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WORNER, James labourer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 230/31

WORNER, James farmer Watervale 1856[-1887] Memorial 142/103, Application 21189

WORNER, James wood splitter Watervale 1857 Watervale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 139/128

WORNER, Matilda Constable widow North Yelta 1891[-1892]. Relict of the late James Warner formerly farmer Watervale but now deceased. His estate worth £5 Memorial 186/413, Application 22275

WORNUM, Alfred Nicholson pianoforte manufacturer 16 Store St, Bedford Square, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to William John LAWRENCE, Nathaniel Alexander KNOX and Leonard William THRUPP solicitors Adelaide, practising as Lawrence, Knox and Thrupp, to manage his SA business affairs 3/4/1865 Deposit 15/1872

No 1

WORNUM, Conrad Nicholson gentleman Adelaide (Leigh St) 1853 Memorial 236/48

WORNUM, Conrad Nicholson chemist Adelaide (pt TA 78 King William St) 1856 Memorial 204/137

WORNUM, Conrad Nicholson gentleman Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 467/66

No 1

WORRALL, Brierly labourer Willaston 1859[-1875] Memorial 89/160

WORRALL, Brierly gentleman Kent Town, died c1895. He left his entire estate to Rowland Augustus CLIFFORD warehouseman Parkside absolutely Memorial 241/425

WORRALL, Brierly gentleman Kent Town, died 23/8/1895 intestate. Uncle to Ernest JEPHCOTT railway signal fitter Murray Bridge. Estate worth £620 Memorial 223/426

WORRALL, Brierly of SA died. His niece and nephew in Paterson, New Jersey USA, James WORRALL silk weaver (344 Tyler St, Paterson, New Jersey USA), and Hannah PARKER wife of Joseph Parker silk weaver (268 Goodwin St, Paterson, New Jersey USA), appointed Walter Henry WADEY, Edwin John COX solicitors Adelaide, to represent their interests in the estate 19/6/1897 Deposit 37/1898

WORRELL, Daniel Cartwright carpenter Mt Bryan. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

WORRELL, Daniel Cartwright eatinghouse keeper Mt Bryan. Hallett (Hundred of Hallett) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 8 Page 280 County Burra

No 1

WORRALL, Ellis labourer Bowden 1872 Application 11904

WORRALL, Ellis labourer Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25271

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

WORRALL, James hawker and pedlar Bowden 1849[-1850] Memorial 314/24

WORRALL, James innkeeper Bowden 1851[-1866] Memorial 71/36 Husband of Emma Worrall 1854 Memorial 233/67

WORRALL, James storekeeper Bowden 1855[-1856] Memorial 99/100

WORRALL, James licensed victualler Bowden and Emma Worrall his wife 1856 Application 21535

WORRALL, James innkeeper Bowden 1863 Application 4365

WORRALL, James Worrall gentleman Bowden and Emma Worrall his wife 1866 Application 7919

WORRALL, James licensed victualler Bowden, died 16/5/1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Emma Worrall Memorial 168/395

WORRALL, Emma widow Bowden 1871 Application 11212

WORRALL, James striker Sixth St, Bowden 1888 Memorial 192/392

WORRALL, James striker formerly of 6th St Bowden but now of East St, Brompton 1895 Application 22987

No 1

WORROLL, James farmer Dry Creek 1858 Memorial 116/140

WORROLL, James farmer Highercombe 1881 Memorial 93/334

WORROLL, James farmer Hope Valley 1904[-1907] Memorial 7/451

WORROLL, James farmer formerly of the Dry Creek now of Hawthorn 1913 Application 26213

No 1

WORSNOP, Thomas baker Pt Elliot 1854 Memorial 301/75

WORSNOP, Thomas baker formerly of Pt Elliot but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 274/125

WORSNOP, Thomas storeman Adelaide 1859 Application 383

WORSNOP, Thomas storeman Adelaide 1860 Memorial 30/166

WORT, Charles labourer McLaren Vale, bought Section 508 District C for £9 in 1845 from William Langtry Bell merchant Green House near Ballyclare, Co Antrim, Ireland. As Mr Wort was a bachelor and had no relatives in the colony, his next-door neighbour William PEARN labourer McLaren Vale, used to care for him. In 1864, shortly before his death, Charles Wort gave William Pearn the deeds to the land in gratitude for all that he had done for him Application 24666

WORTH, Frank Lindsay solicitor Kooringa 1934 Memorial 189/507

No 1

WORTH, Horace apiarist Pt Lincoln 1924-1933 Application 29222

WORTH, Horace apiarist Pt Lincoln 1956 Application 29222

WORTH, Sarah spinster Hindmarsh 1844[-1848] Memorial 189/4

WORTHEY, Richard Collin dealer Port Road, Brompton 1902 Application 24453

WORTHING, Charles labourer Unley 1850 Memorial 36/26

No 1

WORTHINGTON, Charles farmer Woodside 1861[-1864] Memorial 260/174

WORTHINGTON, Charles labourer near Woodside and Sarah Worthington his wife 1882 Memorial 201/344

WORTHINGTON, Sarah widow pt Section 529 Hundred of Onkaparinga Mansetown [Manxtown?], died 10/6/1892. Aunt of Stephen SHARLEY engine driver Gladstone Rd, Prospect Memorial 50/414

No 1

WORTHINGTON, Frederick Henry surgeon Payneham, about to go on a voyage to New Zealand, power of attorney to his wife, Sophia Worthington, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 21/1/1842 Deposit 366/1857

WORTHINGTON, Frederick Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Rosewicke near Auckland New Zealand 1842. He had moved to Korrorarika in New Zealand by 1847 Application 8188

WORTHINGTON, Frederick Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Society Islands 1846 Memorial 368/7 FIND

WORTHINGTON, Frederick Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Konorarika New Zealand 1847 Memorial 31/8 Now of the Society Islands 1849 Memorial 220/18

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WORTHINGTON, George solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorials 45/27; 442/32

WORTHINGTON, George the Elder solicitor Adelaide had a son, George Worthington the Younger also of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 388/53

WORTHINGTON, George Esquire Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 335/67

WORTHINGTON, George SM Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 235/127

WORTHINGTON, George the Younger clerk to George Worthington the Elder solicitor Adelaide 1861 Memorial 100/179

WORTHINGTON, George barrister at law Melbourne Vic and Ann Worthington his wife 1867[-1886]. They owned land in the Hundreds of Noarlunga, Oneunga and Strathalbyn and the Mt Barker Special Mineral Survey Memorial 246/219

WORTHINGTON, George barrister at law formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of 40 Nottingham Place, Middlesex, England, and Ann Worthington his wife (perhaps nee BOSWORTH?). Mary Russell Worthington spinster also mentioned 1898 Memorial 116/435

WORTHINGTON, Ann widow of George Worthington Judge of Victoria Pale Towers, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, died 31/1/1911, of 1 year 11 months' carcinoma and 2 days 18 hours paralysis of the left arm, aged 84. Her daughter, Mary Russell Worthington, the only child of the marriage, was present at the death. Ann Worthington was the daughter of Richard BOSWORTH Esquire Prior's Court, Noarlunga. Her brother, John Bosworth stockholder Campbelltown 1913 gave some of the above information Application 26190

WORTHINGTON, Henry butcher Penrice near Angaston 1855 Memorial 467/82

No 1

WORTHINGTON, Isaac of Adelaide 1839 Memorial 333/52

WORTHINGTON, Isaac farmer Encounter Bay 1840 Application 8776

WORTHINGTON, Isaac accountant Adelaide 1844 Memorial 17/3

WORTHINGTON, Isaac accountant formerly of Chorlton upon Medlock near Manchester, Lancs, England but now of Adelaide 1844 Links with William SOWDEN merchant Chorlton Memorial 107/52

WORTHINGTON, Isaac apparently lived at Encounter Bay at the time or shortly before his death. William Worthington commission agent Manchester, Lancs, England, helped to settle I Worthington's SA affairs 1848 Memorial 341/45

WORTHINGTON, Isaac accountant Adelaide, formerly of Chorlton upon Medlock, near Manchester, Lancs, England, died c1844. All his real and personal estate at Encounter Bay, to Matthew MOORHOUSE Protector of the Aborigines Adelaide, to sell and keep in trust for his uncle, William FOWDEN merchant Chorlton upon Medlock Enrolment 93/18

WORTHLEY, Robert Henry farmer Findon. Findon Methodist Church trustee 1923 Memorial 14/487

No 1

WOTHERSPOON, John of Adelaide 1840[-1843] Memorial 345/74

WOTHERSPOON, John gentleman Hindley St, Adelaide 1843 Memorial 149/3 Solicitor Grenfell St 1845[-1848] Memorial 271/5 Managing Director of the SA Marine, Fire and Life Assurance Co Grenfell St, Adelaide 1845 Memorial 322/4

WOTHERSPOON, John Esquire Adelaide (Grenfell St), died c1850 He left his entire estate to his trustees to sell. The proceeds to go to his sister, Charlotte Bruce Wotherspoon Memorial 437/73

WOTHERSTON, Alexander mail contractor Wellington on the Murray 1854 Memorial 168/71

WOTLING, Charles labourer Unley 1850 Memorial 36/26

WOTTON, Andrew gardener New Tiers 1876 Memorial 14/289

No 1

WOTTON, George hotelkeeper Narracoorte Hotel and Ethel Clarice Wotton his wife 1936 Memorial 122/510

WOTTON, George and his wife, Ethel Clarice Wotton, owned the Naracoorte Hotel. George Wotton retired from running the hotel on 10/9/1931 and Ethel Clarice Wotton continued until 13/1/1937. The Wottons sold the hotel to the SA Brewing Co on that date. The hotel faces Ormerod St, Naracoorte, and has the Naracoorte Creek at the back. George Wotton built a concrete swimming pool in the creek during c1929 Application 29414

No 1

Wotton, Henry Rendell surgeon Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, England, Director of the Australian Mining Co, with interests in the Reedy Creek Special Survey 'within the limits or in the neighbourhood of the Hundred of Tungkillo, and whereas the township of Palmer has been or is proposed to be laid out or otherwise appropriated within the boundaries of the said Reedy Creek Special Survey … the said Company deem it for their advantage… to vest in their attorney [Samuel DAVENPORT] power to sell the lands of the said township … Deposit 120/1873

Wotton, Henry Rendell Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Licentiate in Medicine, died 15/6/1875 13 Mongague Place, Bloomsbury, of general atrophy and exhaustion, aged 64. His son, Henry Wotton, also a doctor, of 62 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, was present when he died Deposits 97 & 99/1880

No 1

WOTTON, John farmer Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 228/265

WOTTON, John labourer Yankalilla 1867 Memorial 151/236

WOTTON, John Henry labourer Mannum. Pt Mannum (Hundred of Finniss) township allotment land grant 1914 Grant Book 58 Page 387 County Sturt

No 1

WOTTON, William wood splitter Kensington 1857 Memorial 258/129

WOTTON, William yeoman New Tiers 1861 Memorial 133/179

WOTTON, William gardener New Tiers 1876 Memorial 4/288

WOTTON, William gardener New Tiers 1882 Application 19030

WRAIGHT, John yeoman Unley 1849[-1855] Memorial 3/19

No 1

WRAIGHT, Moses brickmaker Littlehampton 1852 Memorial 399/41

WRAIGHT, Moses butcher Littlehampton 1859 Application 797

WRAIGHT, Moses butcher Littlehamton 1868 Memorial 247/229

WRAIGHT, Moses gentleman near Littlehampton 1869 Memorial 196/242

WRAIGHT, Sarah widow Littlehampton 1877, relict of the late Moses Wraight Application 16360

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

WRAY, Benjamin farmer Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 104/30

WRAY, Benjamin shoemaker South Creek [Smith Creek??] Gawler Plains 1851 Memorial 277/37

WRAY, Benjamin farmer Smith Creek Hundred of Munno Para Co Adelaide 1857 Memorial 14/154

WRAY, Benjamin farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains but now of The Bremer 1857 Memorial 307/114

WRAY, Benjamin farmer of the Bremer near Harrogate 1865 Application 6152

WRAY, Benjamin the Elder farmer Wetwang House near Harrogate, died 19/10/1874. He left his entire estate (including Sections in the Hundreds of Kanmantoo and Monarto) in trust to his wife, Mary Pennock Wray, for life or until her remarriage. Mary Wray died 24/6/1913, still a widow. The 5 sons to inherit the land absolutely in remainder expectant in a complicated arrangement - William Wray, Joseph Wray (Farmer Aldgate 1913), Benjamin Wray (Farmer Magill 1913), Thomas Wray and Marmaduke Wray. Daughters to get £10 each - Mary Ann HILL wife of William Hill; Susannah JOEL wife of Samuel Joel; Harriet Wray and Lydia Wray. Estate worth £1,600 Application 26282

WRAY, Benjamin farmer Wetwang House near Harrogate [Sections 1798-1800 Hundred of Kanmantoo], died early 1870s. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary PENNOCK or Wray, for life, then in specific bequests absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons, William Wray, Joseph Wray, Benjamin Wray, Thomas Wray and Marmaduke Wray Memorial 169/277

WRAY, Mary widow of Benjamin Wray the Elder formerly farmer Harrogate but now deceased 1890 Application 21818

WRAY, Benjamin formerly the Younger and William farmers Hundred of Mobilong 1886 Memorial 166/380

WRAY, Benjamin formerly the Younger farmer Murray Bridge 1890 Application 21818

WRAY, Benjamin formerly the Younger farmer Harrogate, died c1913. Father of Benjamin Wray the Third farmer Magill and Joseph Wray farmer Aldgate Memorial 26/470

WRAY, Edwin Thomas farmer Tower Tce Vermont Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bews land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

WRAY, Frank Gustavus stores manager Fullarton Estate 1915 Memorial 112/533

WRAY, Frederick of Adelaide 1888[-1889] Memorial 170/392

WRAY, Harold Dixon labourer Callington 1947 Memorial 66/521

WRAY, John Francis licensed victualler Robe 1861 Memorial 325/179

WRAY, Joseph of Harrogate 1875 Memorial 52/284

No 1

WRAY, Marmaduke boot repairer Callington on the Bremer 1922 Memorial 173/485

WRAY, Marmaduke formerly bootmaker but then out of business Callington on the Bremer, died 24/11/1940. Husband of Rebecca Wray. Father of Harold Dixon Wray labourer Callington Memorials 74 & 102/515

WRAY, Spencer William farmer Meadows 1929 Application 27777

WRAY, Thomas farmer Harrogate Co Sturt. Hundred of Peake land grant 1912 Grant Book 6 Page 55 County Buccleuch

WRAY, William farmer Hundred of Mobilong 1886[-1890] Memorial 166/380

WREFORD, Henry draper's assistant Prospect 1875 Application 14078.8181

No 1

WREN, Abraham labourer Hindmarsh 1842 Application 6727

WREN, Abraham miller Thebarton 1844 Memorial 75/4

WREN, Abraham publican Kooringa 1849[-1850] Memorial 335/15

WREN, Abraham spirit merchant Adelaide (Hindley St), in partnership ‘for some time’ with John Barnett CAREY, as Carey and Wren 1851. Enrolment 84/19

WREN, Abraham formerly labourer Adelaide but now of Launceston VDL 1857 Memorial 320/121

WREN, Abraham miller and engineer formerly of Adelaide but now of Bridge St, Sandhurst Vic 1878 Memorial 107/307

WREN, Charles now of Kangaroo Island 1898 Memorial 47/435

No 1

WREN, CW clerk English, Scottish Bank, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 91/296

WREN, CW of College Town 1877 Memorial 223/305

WREN, Charles William bank clerk Adelaide 1879[-1880] Memorial 235/313

WREN, CW bank accountant Adelaide 1884[-1889] Memorial 218/359

WREN, Charles William accountant Adelaide 1885 Application 20604

WREN, Charles William Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1893 Memorial 250/412

WREN, Charles William accountant and Acting Inspector of the ES&A Bank Ltd Collins St, Melbourne Vic 1994 Memorial 119/421

WREN, Charles William general manager ES&A Bank 388 Collins St, Melbourne Vic 1930 Memorial 7/504

No 1

WREN, William John clerk to Bartley, Bakewell & Stow solicitors Adelaide 1850 Application 21141

WREN, William John clerk to Messrs BARTLEY & BAKEWELL solicitors Adelaide  1852[-1853] Memorial 190/39 Clerk to Messrs BARTLEY, BAKEWELL & STOW solicitors Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 254/69

WREN, William John solicitor Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 337/165

No 1

WRESSEL, Jonathan farmer Lyndoch Valley 1850[-1855] Memorial 79/26

WRESSEL, Jonathan died c1865. He left estate under various trusts to his wife, Mary Ann Wressel and his adopted daughter, Mary Ann KINGSTON generally known as Mary Ann Wressel Memorial 88/208

WRESSELL, Jonathan farmer Lyndoch Valley made his will 1/10/1859. To his adopted daughter, Mary Anne KINGSTON, his farm Section 487 Hundred of Barossa, in trust until she inherits absolutely at age 21 years. His wife, Mary Anne Wressell, to get all the farming stock dead and alive absolutely. Profits from the farm to go towards the upkeep of MA Kingston. On 30/71863, at the Pirie St Wesleyan Methodist manse, the Rev’d John WATSFORD married her to Charles MONTEN both of Lyndoch Valley. By 1866, the Montens had moved to Diggers’ Rest near Melbourne Vic, where Charles was still a farmer Application 10395

WRESSEL, Jonathon of Lyndoch. All the farming stock dead and alive, I give to my wife, Mary Ann Wressel. To my adopted daughter, Mary Ann Kingston heretofore known as Mary Ann Wressel, I bequeath Section 487, which she shall have when she comes of age. The wife to get a life interest in all the other property, which then goes to Mary Ann Kingston. John Button farmer Lyndoch Valley and John Ayling Minister of the Gospel Lyndoch Valley to be the executors. 1/10/1859. Wressel could not write Deposit 71/1866

FOREMAN, Mary Ann widow Lyndoch Valley formerly wife of Jonathan WRESSELL farmer Lyndoch Valley, died 25/9/1879. Mary Ann MONTON (formerly Mary Ann Wressell KINGSTON) wife of Charles Monton of Narandera NSW, knew her well 1888 Application 21412

WRESTLE, Thomas farmer Blackfellow Creek near Meadows 1855 Memorial 127/84

WRIDE, William dairyman Yatala township nr Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20708

WRIGHT, A carpenter Gawler South 1891 Application 26670

WRIGHT, Agnes Eliza widow Glenelg 1875 Memorial 178/281

WRIGHT, Albert Edward gentleman Glenelg 1889[-1898] Memorial 44/397, Application 23667

No 1

WRIGHT, Alfred drainer Rendelsham. Rendelsham (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 322 County Grey

WRIGHT, Alfred farmer Rendelsham. Hundred of Rivoli Bay land grant 1882 Grant Book 31 Page 257 County Grey

No 2

WRIGHT, Alfred butcher Bowden 1885 Application 20640

WRIGHT, Alfred Edmond gentleman Magill Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 239 County Gawler

No 1

WRIGHT, Arthur James gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 464/53

WRIGHT, Arthur James gentleman Adelaide linked with Edmund William Wright gentleman Adelaide and Agnes Jane Wright his wife 1854 Memorial 192/72

WRIGHT, Arthur James land agent Adelaide 1860 Application 1217

WRIGHT, Arthur James gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Frederick WRIGHT Manager of the Bank of Australasia, and in case of need to Stephen Peltro Henry WRIGHT gentleman both of Adelaide 28/8/1860 Deposit 214/1860

WRIGHT, Arthur James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1863 Memorial 67/204

WRIGHT, Arthur James gentleman Melbourne Vic 1866[-1896] Enrolment 78/46

WRIGHT, Arthur James agent for the Imperial Fire Insurance Co Ltd, for the colonies of Vic, SA, WA, Northern Australia, Queensland, NSW, New Caledonia and the Islands known as New Zealand 1878 Memorial 11/309

No 1

WRIGHT, Charles gardener Kapunda 1861 Memorial 177/177

No 2

WRIGHT, Charles labourer North Woodside 1863 Application 4416

WRIGHT, Charles labourer Woodside 1885 Application 20737

No 3

WRIGHT, Charles gardener Bay Road 1867 Application 8355

No 4

WRIGHT, Charles labourer Lake Wangary. Hundred of Lake Wangary land grant 1882 Grant Book 179 Page 256 County Flinders

No 5

WRIGHT, Charles of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 214/354

WRIGHT, Charles Edward gardener Pt Elliot and Louie Evelyn Wright his wife 1947 Memorial 171/521

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, CJ law clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 210/358

WRIGHT, Charles Joseph Harvey articled clerk to Messrs WALLACE & MACDIARMID solicitors Pt Adelaide 1887 Application 21292

WRIGHT, Charles Harvey law clerk Pt Adelaide 1887 Memorial 41/387

WRIGHT, CJH [Charles Joseph Harvey] solicitor Pt Adelaide 1893 Memorial 83/416

WRIGHT, CJH GPO solicitor Adelaide 1896 Application 23262.

WRIGHT, Charles Joseph Harvey solicitor Pt Adelaide Town Hall or GPO Adelaide 1901 Application 24191

WRIGHT, Charlotte widow formerly of East Adelaide but then of Semaphore, died 19/1/1920. Mother of Joseph Gibbons Wright draper Semaphore, Marcus Horne Wright storekeeper Two Wells, Charlotte Elizabeth MUNNS, Mary Jane MOORE, John George Wright and Albert Robert Wright Memorial 55/480

WRIGHT, Christopher licensed victualler Jamestown Co Victoria. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 8 County Blachford

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, David blacksmith Adelaide 1850 Memorial 440/22

WRIGHT, David farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 11/47

No 2

WRIGHT, David of Second Valley, Rapid Bay 1850 Memorial 220/23

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

WRIGHT, David labourer Bull Creek 1853 Memorial 154/137

WRIGHT, David gardener The Meadows 1886 Application 20914

WRIGHT, David farmer Meadows, died 3/8/1902 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Ann Wright 1903.She could not write Application 24535

WRIGHT, David farmer Meadows South, died 3/8/1902 intestate. Husband of Ann Wright. Estate worth £1,750 Memorial 192/447

No 4

WRIGHT, David gardener Mt Compass 1915 Memorial 44/473

WRIGHT, David formerly gardener Mt Compass near Willunga but then out of business Encounter Bay, died 5/6/1934. Executor; Charles LIPSON agent Willunga Memorial 89/508

WRIGHT, E shop assistant Kapunda 1882 Application 21691

No 1

WRIGHT, Edmund William architect Adelaide 1850 Memorial 96/25

WRIGHT, Edmund William and Arthur James Wright gentlemen Adelaide 1853[-1879] Memorial 390/57

WRIGHT, Edmund William gentleman Adelaide linked with Arthur James Wright of Melbourne Vic Hundred of Hall land grant 1864 Grant Book 56 Page 216 County Stanley

WRIGHT, Edmund William architect formerly of Adelaide 1865 now of Home Park, Magill 1872 Application 12034

WRIGHT, Edmund William architect Adelaide 1886 Application 21130

No 1

WRIGHT, Edward the Younger clerk to George MORPHETT solicitor Adelaide 1848 Memorial 273/10

WRIGHT, Edward the Younger Esquire Adelaide (South Tce) 1849[-1853] Memorial 15/26

WRIGHT, Edward the Younger of Gresham St, Adelaide 1854[-1860] Memorial 89/66

WRIGHT, Edward the Younger of Gresham St, Adelaide next to the Union Bank 1855 Memorial 377/90

WRIGHT, Edward gentleman Adelaide 1860 Application 1685

WRIGHT, Edward land and estate agent Adelaide (Gresham St) 1861 Application 2464

WRIGHT, Emily Malvenia Cameronia of Bombay, India, wife of Edward Wright the Younger [in Adelaide during the 1840s-1850s] 1879 Memorial 24/320

No 2

WRIGHT, Edward labourer Norwood 1863 Application 4587

No 3

WRIGHT, Edward farmer and gardener Cherry Gardens 1891 Memorial 88/409

WRIGHT, Edward retired farmer 440 Cross Roads, Clarence Park, died 18/2/1947 Adelaide. Linked with Henrietta Wright spinster 440 Cross Roads, Clarence Park Memorials 93 & 94/522

No 1

WRIGHT, Edward Amand agent Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

WRIGHT, Edward Amand land agent Adelaide 1853 Memorial 23/454

WRIGHT, Edward Amand gentleman Adelaide 1863 Memorial 112/524

WRIGHT, Edward Amand a member of the firm of Wright Brothers agents Adelaide, local attorneys for George MORPHETT Esquire of parts beyond the sea. George Morphett had formerly been local attorney for Henry WRIGHT Esquire Halifax, Yorks, England. When G Morphett left SA, Edward Wright the Younger became Henry Wright's local attorney 1874 Application 13887

WRIGHT, Edwin mason Thebarton 1874 Application 13960

No 1

WRIGHT, Frank stonemason Goolwa 1859 Memorial 222/160

WRIGHT, Frank stonemason formerly of Goolwa but now of Pt Pirie 1896 Application 23189

WRIGHT, Frank mason formerly of Goolwa but now of Pt Pirie 1900 Memorial 127/440

No 1

WRIGHT, Frederick clerk in the Bank of SA 1849 Memorial 454/15

WRIGHT, Frederick Manager of the Adelaide branch of the National Bank of Australasia 1860 Memorial 224/165

WRIGHT, Frederick Esquire formerly of the Bank of Australia in Adelaide but now Manager National Bank of Australasia in Adelaide 1863 Memorial 84/191

WRIGHT, Frederick gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now residing in London 1864 Memorial 209/195

WRIGHT, Frederick banker London, Middlesex, England and Frances Jane Wright his wife formerly FJ nee O'HALLORAN 1871 Memorial 213/254

WRIGHT, Frederick formerly Manager of the National Bank in Melbourne Vic but now of Adelaide 1872 Memorial 168/260

WRIGHT, Frederick of Gresham Chambers, Adelaide 1874 Memorial 35/276

WRIGHT, Frederick clerk to Messrs FENN & HARDY solicitors Adelaide 1873[-1874] Memorials 25/271 & 19/277

WRIGHT, Frederick of 24-25 Exchange Buildings, Pirie St, Adelaide 1892 Memorial 186/414

WRIGHT, Frederick and SCOTT, Henry gentlemen Adelaide, local attorneys for Peter Dowding PRANKERD Esquire formerly of Adelaide, now of parts beyond the sea 1896 Application 23134

No 1

WRIGHT, George of Adelaide 1839 Application 9583

WRIGHT, George yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 15/12

WRIGHT, George of Greenfoot Black Forest 1851[-1853] Memorial 208/35

WRIGHT, George farmer Greenfoot Farm Black Forest [poss Section 89 Survey B], died 2/12/1863. Estate worth £100. Husband of Margaret Dugald Wright. Father of Margaret TELFER wife of Francis Telfer farmer Chain of Ponds, Catherine ROBERTSON nee Wright widow Black Forest (relict of the late James Robertson), Ann ROGERS wife of William Rogers gentleman Sandergrove and Strathalbyn, Mary DRYSDALE wife of David Drysdale boardinghouse keeper London, Middlesex, England, Jane MURRAY wife of William Murray gardener Glen Osmond and James Wright farmer near Plympton [locations as of 1868] Application 9583

WRIGHT, Margaret Dugald widow Greenfoot Marion Road, died 29/2/1868 of atrophy, aged 85. Relict of the late George Wright. Helen Wright of Marion Road gave this information - was she the wife or daughter of James Wright? Application 9583

No 2

WRIGHT, George farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 222/66

WRIGHT, George farmer Hundred of Nangkita 1856 Memorial 185/97

WRIGHT, George farmer Sandall Cottage Nangkita 1858 Memorial 254/133

No 3

WRIGHT, George yeoman Adelaide 1852 Memorial 226/42

WRIGHT, George [formerly yeoman but now] stonemason Adelaide 1853 Memorial 225/57

WRIGHT, George and John stonemasons West Milang 1858 Memorial 265/136

WRIGHT, George stone mason Goolwa 1860 Application 1083

WRIGHT, George contractor Saddleworth 1872 Memorial 99/260

WRIGHT, George teamster Saddleworth 1872 Application 12032

No 4

WRIGHT, George yeoman Littlehampton 1853 Memorial 111/54

WRIGHT, George teamster Littlehampton 1855 Memorial 374/92

WRIGHT, George labourer Littlehampton 1859 Memorial 348/158

No 5

WRIGHT, George labourer Unley 1870 Application 10973

No 6

WRIGHT, George brickmaker Bowden 1873[-1877] Memorial 77/281

No 7

WRIGHT, George miller Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16075

No 8

WRIGHT, George farmer Meningie. Hundred of Bonney land grant 1880 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

WRIGHT, George Edward Henry 24 bachelor civil servant Adelaide (Father: Adkisson James Wright) married Mary DAWSON 29 spinster Parkside (Father; Henry Dawson) on 8/9/1892 St Oswald's Parkside. Minister; Samuel FRENCH. Witnesses: Charlotte E Wright Adelaide, Jean Ruth Dawson Parkside, Charles Theodore Wright Adelaide Application 24967

No 1

WRIGHT, George Main farmer Hundred of Pirie 1893 Memorial 2/417

WRIGHT, George Main farmer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1900 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

No 1

WRIGHT, George Speller civil servant Adelaide 1899[-1902] Memorial 200/438

WRIGHT, George Speller Inspector-General of the State Bank of SA Adelaide 1902[-1904] Application 24497

WRIGHT, George Speller State Bank Inspector-General Adelaide 1919, declared that he had lived in Woodville between 1874-1894 Application 26812

WRIGHT, George Speller gentleman Adelaide 1926 Memorial 127/495

WRIGHT, George Wentworth and Agnes Wright married 19/3/1855. Mrs Wright had been living apart from her husband for a year on 26/9/1884, and earned her living by conducting a general store at West Thebarton. The husband acknowledged no claim to his wife’s business Deposit 178/1884

No 1

WRIGHT, Gertrude married woman Pt Lincoln 1939 Memorial 190/513

WRIGHT, Gertrude married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of 49 Salisbury Crescent, Reade Park 1947 Memorial 114/521

WRIGHT, Harriet Endor widow Holdfast Bay guardian to John KAVANAH/KAVANAGH her son, an infant under the age of 21 1857 Memorial 214/116

No 1

WRIGHT, Harold Stephen Robert Esquire usually of Glenorchy Tas but at present residing temporarily in Adelaide 1893 Memorial 3/418

WRIGHT, Harold Stephen Robert Esquire temporarily residing in Adelaide, of Glenorchy Tas, power of attorney to Henry Dunkin O’HALLORAN Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/5/1893 Deposit 66/1893

WRIGHT, Marian Lucy spinster formerly of Pt Adelaide, but now of Glenorchy Tas, power of attorney to George Le Messurier GRETTON and Charles Sydney LEADER solicitors Adelaide, to complete her purchase of 4 sections of Crown Land in the Hundred of Dalkey 21/8/1880 Deposit 178/1880

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, Harry farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 155/44

WRIGHT, Harry labourer Goolwa 1866 Memorial 57/214

WRIGHT, Harry Archibald cleaner Peterborough. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 215 County Dalhousie

No 1

WRIGHT, Henry gentleman Halifax, Yorks, England 1840 used Edward Wright the Younger gentleman Adelaide as his local attorney to look after his SA business affairs in the 1860s. E Wright the Younger had left SA by 1874 Application 13887

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, Henry farmer Strathalbyn 1852[-1856] Memorial 50/45

WRIGHT, Henry of Kondoparinga 1856[-1859] Memorial 15/100

WRIGHT, Henry farmer near Meadows Hundred of Kondoparinga and Matilda Wright his wife. He died 1874-1875 Memorial 222/286

WRIGHT, Henry farmer formerly of Section 3314 The Meadows 1874 late Wentworth NSW, died 14/10/1875, of 2 years’ dropsy, aged 47. Born in London, (Father unknown, but a carpenter) he emigrated to SA, where he married Matilda RHODES in Adelaide, when he was 31. H Wright could not write. His widow, Matilda Wright, died 1886. She left children (not sure if they were Wrights - Elizabeth GURNEY of Wentworth, Samuel Rhodes of Adelaide, Martha HORRIDGE late JONES of Wentworth, and Harriot PEARCE of Normanton. Application 20914

No 3 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, Henry labourer Salisbury, linked with George Wright labourer Two Wells, Charles Wright labourer Greens Plains and Jane Wright spinster Salisbury 1875 Memorial 99/280

WRIGHT, Henry farmer Burton near Salisbury 1907 Memorial 167/456

No 4

WRIGHT, Henry of Glenelg 1879 Memorial 113/317

No 5

WRIGHT, Henry licensed victualler Pt Lincoln Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 48 Page 40 County Musgrave

No 1

WRIGHT, Henry Harvey carpenter Glenelg 1884 Application 20140

WRIGHT, Henry Harvey carpenter and also Councillor for St Leonards Ward for the Corporation of Glenelg 1905, declared that he had lived in St Leonards since c1850 Application 25041

WRIGHT, Hephzibah Ellen spinster Glenelg 1888 Application 21520

WRIGHT, Herbert ironworker Kingscote Kangaroo Island and Lucy Ellen Wright his wife 1924 Memorial 52/490

WRIGHT, Herbert George telegraph station clerk William St Norwood linked with Richardson John Wright mason of the same place 1893 Memorial 121/419

WRIGHT, Herbert George civil servant formerly of Williams St Norwood but now of Young St Wayville 1910 Application 25830

WRIGHT, Herbert Henry labourer Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 74/469

No 1 - perhaps Hubert Charles Wright

WRIGHT, HC clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 159/408

WRIGHT, HC accountant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 28/410

WRIGHT, Hubert Charles clerk Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Thomas Luscombe Wright of Dashwood Gully and William Henry Wright sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1891 Memorials 177 & 179/411

WRIGHT, HC agent Adelaide 1899[-1920] Memorial 51/438

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

WRIGHT, Hubert Charles agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1909[-1912] Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

WRIGHT, Hubert Charles agent Marleston South Road 1909[-1913] Memorial 17/461

WRIGHT, Hubert Charles agent Adelaide 1920 Application 26867

No 1

WRIGHT, Isaac of Yankalilla 1857 Memorial 197/122

WRIGHT, Isaac farmer Yankalilla, died 19/8/1914. His whole estate to his only daughter, Lucy TAVERNER wife of George Taverner mason Yankalilla Memorial 18/474

WRIGHT, Isaac pensioner Yankalilla, died 19/8/1914, of senility and bronchitis, aged 91. Born in Bristol, England. In SA 73 years. Married at 20 years. 4 daughters living. 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. Father-in-law of GF TAVERNER of Yankalilla Memorial 153/515

WRIGHT, Isaac pensioner Yankalilla, died 19/8/1914, of senility, aged 91. Born in Bristol, England. 73 years in SA. Married aged 20. 4 daughters living; 1 son and 2 daughters deceased. GF TAVERNER was a son-in-law Application 28362

No 1

WRIGHT, James labourer Adelaide 1838 Of Hindmarsh 1844 Application 13263

WRIGHT, James of Hindmarsh 1844 Memorial 429/91

No 2

WRIGHT, James brickmaker Adelaide 1839 He had links with Payneham. No further record of his movements Application 13603

No 3 - son of George Wright

WRIGHT, James yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 15/12

WRIGHT, James formerly yeoman Adelaide 1848 but now farmer near Marion 1863. He could not write. Application 4480

No 4

WRIGHT, James policeman Adelaide 1840 Memorial 224/1

WRIGHT, James gentleman George St off Gilles St, Adelaide, died c1853. He left his personal estate to his wife, Jane Wright, absolutely. His real estate in trust to his wife for life then to his nephew and niece, John and Annie HENDERSON in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If they died before his wife, the real estate to go in equal shares absolutely to his two illegitimate children, James and Mary Ann Wright. Exectors and trustees - Perry Phillips MACKAY carpenter Adelaide and John NEILSON farmer Worthing near Adelaide Memorial 236/56

No 5

WRIGHT, James shoemaker Clare 1849[-1864] Memorial 353/13 Formerly of Clare but now gentleman Adelaide 1864 Memorial 253/193

WRIGHT, James storekeeper Clare 1853[-1854] Memorial 400/59

WRIGHT, James licensed victualler Clare 1858 Memorial 77/139

WRIGHT, James gentleman Clare - Clare Presbyterian Church member 1863 Memorial 272/191

WRIGHT, James shoemaker formerly of Clare 1850 but now of Adelaide 1868 Application 9011

No 6

WRIGHT, James butcher Penwortham 1851[-1853] Memorial 453/35

WRIGHT, James labourer Penwortham 1852[-1857] Memorial 10/49

WRIGHT, James of Melbourne Vic 1860. He could not write Application 1932

No 7

WRIGHT, James yeoman Clare 1854 Memorial 110/73

WRIGHT, James yeoman formerly of Clare but now of Forest Creek Vic 1856 Memorial 306/106

WRIGHT, James yeoman Auburn 1854[-1855] Memorial 24/78

WRIGHT, James gentleman formerly of Auburn but now of Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 475/88

WRIGHT, James farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Holcomb Hill Glenlyon near Castlemaine Vic 1859 [This J Wright was at Clare and Auburn before leaving for Vic c1855] Deposit 286/1859 & Memorial 244/157

No 8

WRIGHT, James mason Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 212/52

No 9

WRIGHT, James coachmaker Adelaide 1854 linked with Thomas Wright wheelwright Clarendon Memorial 132/74

No 10

WRIGHT, James saddler Black Forest 1854 Memorial 237/61

WRIGHT, James saddler formerly of the Black Forest 1849 but now of Marion 1877 Application 15852

No 11

WRIGHT, James gardener North Adelaide purchased land in the Hundred of Moorooroo 1854 Memorial 209/69

No 12

WRIGHT, James of Angas St, Adelaide 1864 Application 4807

No 13

WRIGHT, James engineer Queenstown 1879 Application 17287

No 14

89WRIGHT, James farmer Pt Pirie 1881 Application 18749

No 15

WRIGHT, James farmer Narracoorte 1885 Memorial 30/366

No 16

WRIGHT, James clerk Clarendon 1897 Application 23275

WRIGHT, James district council clerk Clarendon 1902[-1909] Memorial 19/447

WRIGHT, James clerk Clarendon, died 12/1/1912 Memorial 125/471

WRIGHT, James Dougal farmer Hundred of Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 302 County Victoria

No 1

WRIGHT, James Henry gardener Marion 1909 Memorial 122/461

WRIGHT, James Henry fruitgrower Marion on the Sturt 1928 Memorial 121/500

WRIGHT, James Henry fruitgrower Marion Road, Marion on the Sturt, died 6/11/1938. Husband of Mary Wright Memorial 121/513

WRIGHT, James Richard labourer Mt Gambier 1917 Memorial 78/475

WRIGHT, JL butcher Queen St, Kensington 1894 Application 22735

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, John labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 366/7

WRIGHT, John farmer Hurtle Vale 1848[-1850] Memorial 191/11

WRIGHT, John farmer Hurtle Vale near Reynella, died 28/9/1859 intestate, of enteritis exhaustion, aged 41. His only son, Alfred Wright, born 7/3/1851 Hurtle Vale, formerly labourer Reynella but now bushman The Hummocks 1885 inherited his estate as heir at law. John Wright’s wife was Mary nee PAMMONT Application 20521

No 2

WRIGHT, John storekeeper Macclesfield 1852[-1853] Memorial 422/41.

No 3

WRIGHT, John labourer Norwood 1853[-1885] Memorial 106/58

WRIGHT, John mason William St, Norwood 1874 Memorial 120/179

WRIGHT, John mason Norwood and Jane Wright his wife 1885 Memorial 26/370

WRIGHT, John labourer Norwood, died 9/12/1890 Adelaide intestate. His wife, Jane Wright, took out letters of administration to finalise the estate, worth £50 Application 22248

No 4

WRIGHT, John mason West Milang 1857 Memorial 186/121

WRIGHT, John formerly of West Milang but now baker Goolwa 1881 Memorial 141/336

WRIGHT, John baker Goolwa 1884 Application 20078

WRIGHT, John formerly labourer but now baker Goolwa 1896 Application 23126

No 5

WRIGHT, John carrier Glenelg 1862 Memorial 274/185

No 6

WRIGHT, John miller Portland Estate 1876 Memorial 144/288

No 7

WRIGHT, John coachbuilder Kensington 1881 Memorial 111/335

No 8 – likely to be the same person

WRIGHT, John farmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

WRIGHT, John market gardener Fearn Hill Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1897 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

No 1

WRIGHT, John George of Hindmarsh Secretary to A EDMEADES & Co Ltd of Hindmarsh, registered and incorporated on 23/11/1881. An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders of the Company, held at the Kangaroo Brewery on 25/3/1884 resolved to declare the company bankrupt. Government Gazette 27/3/1884. JG Wright had been the company secretary from its foundation, and later acted as secretary to the liquidators Application 22921

No 2

WRIGHT, John George licensed victualler Pt Vincent 1885 Memorial 179/373

WRIGHT, John George licensed victualler Pt Wakefield, power of attorney to John HENDERSON aerated water manufacturer Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 23/9/1885 Deposit 17/1886 FIND – which comes first

No 1

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Primitive Methodist Minister formerly of Kooringa but now of Adelaide 1860 Memorial 49/167

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Primitive Methodist Minister Mt Barker 1862[-1868] Memorial 147/304

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Primitive Methodist Minister Kadina 1875 Application 14285

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Primitive Methodist minister Sydenham Rd, Norwood 1880 Memorial 75/327

WRIGHT, John Gibbon minister of religion Redruth 1882 Memorial 64/345

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Primitive Methodist Minister Adelaide 1898 Application 23588

WRIGHT, John Gibbon Methodist minister formerly of Kooringa but now of East Adelaide 1903. He died c1904. Husband of Charlotte Wright Memorials 147/450 & 114/451

WRIGHT, John Kyme hotelkeeper Adelaide (Theatre Royal Hotel Hindley St) 1896 Memorial 179/426

No 1

WRIGHT, Joseph of Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 347/35

WRIGHT, Joseph mariner Pt Adelaide, died at the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum in July 1853 intestate, aged 39. His second son, Peter Harvey Wright, born Pt Adelaide 31/8/1839 [baptised Holy Trinity North Tce 25/9/1839 by the Rev’d CB Howard Colonial Chaplain], inherited his estate as heir at law. The eldest son, Joseph Fowler Wright, was born 11/6/1836 Mousehole, St Paul’s parish, Cornwall, England, and died 1/2/1846 Pt Adelaide. Joseph Wright Senr married 22/11/1835 St Paul’s parish church, St Paul’s, Cornwall, to Arabella nee [possibly Fowler]. Early in SA, Joseph Wright Senr was a fisherman and pilot at Pt Adelaide 1839. Joseph Wright Senr had 8 acre allotment 57 at Prospect which he rented ouot to Henry BALL. Mrs Wright rented the land to Messrs HARLAND & JENKINS. After Joseph Wright Senr died in 1853, his wife, Arabella Wright, remarried to Thomas HILL mariner Pt Adelaide. James HARRINGTON lime burner Prospect said that he had lived in Prospect since 1849 and knew Joseph Wright well Application 3117

No 2

WRIGHT, Joseph yeoman McLaren Vale 1861 Memorial 159/176

No 3 – perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, Joseph labourer Mt Gambier. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 226 County Grey

WRIGHT, Joseph wheelwright Mt Gambier 1885[-1900] Memorial 72/367

WRIGHT, Joseph Gibbon draper Semaphore and Marcus Horne Wright storekeeper Two Wells 1920 Memorial 18/481

WRIGHT, Joseph Richard merchant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 306/123

WRIGHT, Lawrence carpenter Mt Barker 1901 Application 18481

WRIGHT, Leslie Hubert farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

WRIGHT, Marcus Horne commercial traveller Norwood 1893 Application 22498

WRIGHT, Margaret spinster Adelaide purchased land in Kensington 1840. She married 27/3/1845 Adelaide, Francis TELFER farmer aged 35. Mrs Telfer was 38 at the time of her marriage Memorial 230/21 & Application 26011

WRIGHT, Maria widow The Sturt 1866 Memorial 166/215

WRIGHT, Marian Lucy spinster Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 226 County Gawler

WRIGHT, Martha widow Adelaide 1849[-1852]. Perhaps a family link with John Speller Wright of North Adelaide 1845 Memorial 124/17

WRIGHT, Mary Ann widow formerly of Mann St, Brompton but now of Second St, Brompton 1911 Memorial 112/465

No 1

WRIGHT, Mary Emily spinster Marryatville 1863 Memorial 287/205

WRIGHT, Mary Emily spinster formerly of near Adelaide but now deceased 1867 Memorial 148/226

WRIGHT, Mary Emily spinster Marryatville, died 7/6/1867. Estate worth £200. Executors and trustees - Edward LAUGHTON cattle salesman Adelaide and Edward CHEETHAM gentleman Adelaide. All real estate and personal estate not money to be sold and added to the money to create a trust fund. Her mother, Emily Hallack, to get the income for life, then to her half-sister, Sarah Hallack, absolutely in remainder expectant once she reached 21 years. If she died under 21, all the half-brothers Hallack to inherit equally under the same conditions once they turned 21 Application 20407

WRIGHT, Norman Waring steamship manager Pt Lincoln 1926[-1930] Memorial 34/496, Application 27794

WRIGHT, PE veterinarian Nile St, Pt Adelaide 1897 Application 23458

WRIGHT, Paul Thomas publican Gawler 1848 Memorial 470/12

No 1

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey shoemaker Pt Adelaide 1861[-1867] Memorial 200/177, Application 8926

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey shoemaker Pt Adelaide, son and heir at law of Joseph Wright mariner Pt Adelaide 1862 Application 3117

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey agent Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18623

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey cordwainer Pt Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1884 Application 20393

WRIGHT, Peter bootmaker Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20422

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey agent Pt Adelaide 1909, likely to have had family links with Charles Joseph Harvey Wright solicitor Mintaro Application 25658

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey formerly bootmaker and agent Pt Adelaide but then veterinarian Enfield, died 16/2/1916. Husband of Selina Elizabeth Wright. Father of Charles Joseph Harvey Wright solicitor Mintaro Railway and Amelia Ellen Wright spinster Enfield Memorial 117/476

WRIGHT, Peter Harvey bootmaker and agent latterly veterinarian formerly of Pt Adelaide late of Enfield, died 16/2/1916. His estate, worth £1,600, to his wife, Selina Elizabeth Wright. Mrs Wright died 12/2/1920. Her estate, worth £3,000, to her four children in equal shares - Charles Joseph Harvey Wright formerly solicitor Pt Adelaide, later solicitor and farmer Mintaro railway post office, now solicitor Adelaide 1920, Charlotte Elizabeth Arabella GRAHAM, Amelia Ellen Wright and Ida Jane JOHNS Application 26894

WRIGHT, Selina Elizabeth widow Enfield [relict of the late Peter Harvey Wright formerly of Pt Adelaide but then of Enfield], died 12/2/1920. Mother of Charles Joseph Harvey Wright solicitor and farmer Merildin (at one time called Mintaro Railway), Charlotte Elizabeth Arabella GRAHAM, Amelia Ellen Wright and Ida Jane JOHNS Memorial 6/489 & Application 26894

WRIGHT, Reginald William agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1884 Grant Book 8 Page 98 County Burra

No 1

WRIGHT, Richard farmer near Millicent. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1891 Grant Book 30 Page 203 County Grey

No 2

WRIGHT, Richard storekeeper Sutherlands. Hundred of Neales land grant 1900 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

WRIGHT, Richard James of SA 1858 Memorial 177/143

WRIGHT, Richard Joseph merchant Adelaide 1856[-1859] Memorial 324/115

No 1

WRIGHT, Richardson John mason Norwood 1885 Memorial 24/370

WRIGHT, Richardson John mason William St, Norwood 1893 Memorial 121/419

No 1

WRIGHT, Robert setting out for SA aboard the Anna Robertson 1839 to be the attorney for Samuel THWAITE Esquire Halifax, Yorks, to sell his land to Robert BEVAN Esquire of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England. Also attorney for William Townend gentleman Lime St, London, to sell his SA lands to Robert Bevan Deposits1 & 3/OA

WRIGHT, Robert Esquire Adelaide 1840[-1842] Memorial 115/193

WRIGHT, Robert married Emily nee WILKIN at Soham, Co Cambridge, England on 1/4/1839. The family emigrated to SA. Two daughters born: Mary Emily Wright born 12/1/1840 Adelaide; Frances Anne Wright born 24/11/1841 Currency Creek. Robert Wright died 3/3/1842 intestate. Emily Wright remarried to William Hallack, by 1867 of Marryatville Deposit 119/1867

WRIGHT, Frances Ann born 24/11/1841 baptised 20/9/1843 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Parents; Robert Wright farmer Kensington and Emily Wright. FA Wright died 29/4/1863 Marryatville of phthisis, aged 21 Deposit 118/1867

WRIGHT, Mary Emily born 12/1/1840 baptised 17/9/1840 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Parents; Robert Wright landholder Grenfell St and Emily Wright. Died 7/6/1865 Marryatville, of phthisis, aged 25 Deposit 118/1867

WRIGHT, Frances Ann spinster Marryatville, died 29/4/1863 intestate, of phthisis, agd 21. Her only sister, Mary Emily Wright, inherited her estate absolutely as heir at law. Edward Hedley HALLACK Adelaide Hospital Secretary 1885 declared that the Wright sisters were the daughters of Robert Wright and step-sisters [half sisters] to EH Hallack Application 20407

No 2

WRIGHT, Robert engineer Aldinga 1857 Memorial 336/129

WRIGHT, Robert engineer Aldinga 1862 Application 3542.

No 3 - perhaps to be identified with No 2

WRIGHT, Robert gentleman Carrickalinga 1859 Memorial 5/155

WRIGHT, Robert farmer Carrickalinga 1860 Memorial 311/162

No 4

WRIGHT, Robert gardener Stirling 1862 Memorial 75/182

WRIGHT, Robert woodcutter Crafers 1876 Memorial 28/288

WRIGHT, Robert wood carter Crafers 1878 Memorial 148/312

WRIGHT, Robert the Elder gardener Stirling and his wife, Louisa Wright, had 6 children - Robert Wright the Younger carrier Crafers, David Wright gardener Stirling East, Ann LEATCH widow Stirling East, Anna WELFARE widow Prospect, Frances RASMUSSON widow Pt Adelaide, and Henry WRIGHT publican Bramfield (deceased) by 1892. Robert Wright the Elder gardener Stirling East, died 10/11/1868 near the Crafers blacksmith shop, instantaneous accidental death from fracture of the spine between the 2nd and 4th cervical vertebraes, just above the origin of the phrenic nerve, aged 61. He left his estate to his wife, Louisa Wright, for life or until her remarriage, then to his children in equal shares as tenants-in-common, except that the two youngest children, Robert and Frances Wright, were to get £10 each in addition. Louisa Wright widow of the late Robert Wright Stirling East, died 25/9/1892, of hypostatic pneumonia, mitral heart disease and asthma, aged 77 Application 22433

No 1

WRIGHT, Robert Quested, Thomas William and Septimus farmers Dry Creek 1846[-1853] Memorial 254/13

WRIGHT, Robert Quested farmer Caracalinga 1892 Application 22372

No 1

WRIGHT, Samuel gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 26/32

WRIGHT, Samuel gentleman North Adelaide, died 29/12/1867, of apoplexy, aged 63 Application 23790

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, Samuel merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 192/108

WRIGHT, Samuel of Grey St, Adelaide 1865 Application 5886

No 1

WRIGHT, Septimus and Thomas William farmers Section 1596 Dry Creek 1846 Memorial 240/7

WRIGHT, Septimus farmer Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 43/90

No 1

WRIGHT, Stephen Peltro Henry land agent Adelaide 1858 Application 11

WRIGHT, Stephen Peltro Henry gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Hobart Tasmania 1866 Application 7815

WRIGHT, Sydney Charles Grenville law clerk Adelaide 1923 Memorial 28/487

No 1

WRIGHT, Thomas publican Gawler 1848 Memorial 470/12

WRIGHT, Thomas licensed victualler Salisbury 1849[-1856] Memorial 230/14

WRIGHT, Thomas dealer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 65/53

WRIGHT, Thomas gentleman Salisbury 1853 Memorial 145/51

WRIGHT, Thomas the Elder [formerly licensed victualler but then] blacksmith Salisbury, died 1/2/1870. Thomas Wright the Younger died 2/2/1870 a bachelor. Surviving family of Thomas Wright the Elder in 1875 included; Sarah FROST wife of Elias Frost labourer Salisbury (married 1/1/1866), Henry Wright labourer Salisbury, George Wright labourer Two Wells, Charles Wright labourer Greens Plains and Jane Wright spinster Salisbury Memorial 99/280

WRIGHT, Thomas the Elder blacksmith Salisbury, died 1/2/1870, of a bladder disease, aged 59. He had been a publican Salisbury in 1852. His eldest son, Thomas Wright the Younger, died at 2.30pm at Marden on the same day, where he had gone on a visit. The father and son were buried together in the Salisbury Cemetery. Sarah FROST wife of Elias Frost labourer Grand Junction Road, and Henry Wright omnibus proprietor Hindmarsh, surviving children of Thomas Wright the Elder, gave this information in 1875. Henry Wright had been at Naracoorte on the day his father and brother died. Application 14091.

No 2

WRIGHT, Thomas the Elder of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 497/37

WRIGHT, Thomas the Elder yeoman formerly of Kooringa but now absent from the said province 1853 Memorial 253/55

No 2

WRIGHT, Thomas blacksmith Adelaide 1852 Memorial 141/39

WRIGHT, Thomas blacksmith North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 324/44

WRIGHT, Thomas formerly blacksmith Adelaide but now stockholder Melbourne Vic 1855 Memorial 244/92

No 3

WRIGHT, Thomas carpenter Clarendon 1853[-1884] Memorial 83/47

WRIGHT, Thomas undertaker Clarendon 1881 Application 23275

WRIGHT, Thomas undertaker Clarendon 1883 Application 20601

WRIGHT, Thomas clerk Clarendon 1884 Application 20265.

WRIGHT, Thomas Clerk of the District Council of Clarendon 1886 had held the position since 1857 Application 21114.

.No 4

WRIGHT, Thomas labourer Penola 1865 Memorial 80/204

WRIGHT, Thomas [formerly labourer but now] baker Penola declared a bankrupt 1873 Memorial 62/272

WRIGHT, Thomas formerly labourer 1865 but now baker and storekeeper Penola, declared a bankrupt in 1874 Application 13317.

No 5

WRIGHT, Thomas hawker Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 172/216

WRIGHT, Thomas hawker formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Millicent 1874 Memorial 58/273

No 6

WRIGHT, Thomas baker Adelaide 1867 Memorial 73/218

No 7

WRIGHT, Thomas gardener Kangarilla 1908 Memorial 125/459

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WRIGHT, Thomas baker Norwood purchased land in Kent Town 1856 Memorial 232/112

WRIGHT, Thomas Elijah baker Kent Town 1865 Memorial 321/202

No 1

WRIGHT, Thomas John tailor Adelaide 1849 Memorial 191/18

WRIGHT, Thomas John farmer Sections 30 & 31 Hundred of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 430/22

WRIGHT, Thomas John licensed victualler Hand and Heart Inn South Road 1853[-1856] Memorial 327/51

WRIGHT, Thomas John licensed victualler South Road 1855[-1857] Farrier's Arms Hotel on the Sturt purchase for £800 Memorial 342/80

WRIGHT, Thomas John licensed victualler South Road near Adelaide, died perhaps c1859. He appointed Alfred MONK of Becksley near Marion and Robert PATTERSON farmer Green Tree Hill in the Gawler Hills as executors Memorial 114/211

WRIGHT, Thomas John farmer The Sturt 1860 Application 2011

WRIGHT, Thomas John formerly licensed victualler Hand & Hart Inn, South Road near Adelaide 1856 but now farmer The Sturt 1863 Application 4341

WRIGHT, Thomas Luscombe of Dashwood Gully 1891 Memorial 178/411

No 1

WRIGHT, Thomas William and Septimus gentlemen Section 1596 Dry Creek 1846. Edward WRIGHT the Younger gentleman Adelaide also mentioned Memorial 240/7

WRIGHT, Thomas farmer Mersham near Dry Creek 1851[-1854] Memorial 491/49

WRIGHT, Thomas William of Mersham (Sections 1590, 1596 Dry Creek Special Survey of 156 acres) Upper Dry Creek 1858. He had died by 1865 possibly intestate, leaving his eldest son, John William Wright of Norwood as heir at law. Katherine Elizabeth Wright of Norwood was the son's guardian Memorials 308/142, 202/208

WRIGHT, Thomas William gentleman Highercombe 1860 Memorial 178/161

WRIGHT, Thomas William Lived first at Beefacres on the Torrens by 1842. Shifted to Mersham (Upper Dry Creek) later in the 1840s, to a farm on Sections 1595, 1596, 1590. He m 20/7/1852 St John Halifax St Adelaide to Katharine Elizabeth Macnie 17. Witnesses: Edward Wright, Elizabeth Wright, Ann Macnie. Daughter Annie Wright was the 1st born; she was overseas by 1881. Next child was John William Wright, heir at law, born 31/10/1855 Mersham. Thomas William Wright died 29/1/1862 Upper Dry Creek, of congestion of the lungs, aged 39. Katherine Wright died 13/3/1879. William Wilkins BLYTH Corporation Officer North Adelaide said that he had known TW Wright well both before and after his marriage. WW Blyth was overseas at the time TW Wright married. Thelisma AUBERT wine and spirit merchant Adelaide knew TW Wright in 1840, when he lived at Beefacres Deposit 145/1881

WRIGHT, John William of Norwood eldest son and heir at law of the late Thomas William Wright formerly farmer Mersham Dry Creek now deceased. JW Wright under the guardianship of Katherine Elizabeth Wright of Norwood 1866 Memorial 202/208

No 1

WRIGHT, William yeoman Walkerville 1848[-1849] Memorial 62/25 Memorial 88/14 Trustee of the funds of the Prince of Wales Lodge, which met at the Black Lion Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 88/14

WRIGHT, William Overseer of Roads Walkerville 1849 Memorial 398/15 Prominent Wesleyan Methodist. Farmer 1849 Memorial 1/19 Road Surveyor Walkerville 1850 Memorial 246/23 He bought land near Gumeracha 1849 Memorial 61/25

WRIGHT, William land owner Walkerville, power of attorney to George Walker JOHNSON farmer Glen Osmond, to manage his SA business affairs 24/6/1850 Enrolment 52/9

WRIGHT, William formerly of Walkerville but now of NSW, and Eliza Wright his wife 1850 Memorial 389/26

WRIGHT, William gentleman now of Adelaide but about to proceed to the Colony of Victoria 1857 Memorial 18/208

WRIGHT, William formerly Government overseer Walkerville but now absent from the colony 1865 Memorial 73/208

WRIGHT, Eliza of Walkerville wife of William Wright formerly of Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1857 Memorial 208/118

No 2 - perhaps the same person

WRIGHT, William joiner Hindmarsh 1839 Application 22266.

WRIGHT, William carpenter and joiner Chain of Ponds 1854 Memorial 135/83

WRIGHT, William carpenter Chain of Ponds 1861 Application 2721.

No 3

WRIGHT, William miner O'Halloran Hill 1854 Memorial 223/69

WRIGHT, William miner and labourer O'Halloran Hill 1861 Memorials 215 & 218/179

WRIGHT, William overseer of works O'Halloran Hill 1881 Memorial 56/332

WRIGHT, William farmer O’Halloran Hill 1883 Application 19877.

WRIGHT, William farmer O’Halloran Hill 1888 Application 21364.

No 4

WRIGHT, William engineer Nuriootpa 1852[-1854] Memorial 318/43, Application 18182

WRIGHT, William miller Nuriootpa 1854[-1857] Memorial 315/69

No 5 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger; or perhaps the same person - land owned adjacent

WRIGHT, William farmer Upper Wakefield 1865 Memorial 299/201

WRIGHT, William Junr farmer Skilly Creek 1870 Application 10629.

No 6

WRIGHT, W of Goolwa 1875 Memorial 132/283

WRIGHT, W agent Goolwa 1886[-1887] Memorial 199/379

WRIGHT, William agent Goolwa. Possibly family links with Harry and Mary Wright of Goolwa 1883 Application 19906.

WRIGHT, William bookkeeper Goolwa 1883 Application 19907.

No 7

WRIGHT, William farmer Willochra Co Frome. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 6 County Newcastle

WRIGHT, William farmer Richman Creek. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

WRIGHT, William farmer Bruce. Trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Willochra. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 8

WRIGHT, William storekeeper Inglewood 1880 Application 18349.

WRIGHT, William farmer Inglewood 1894 Memorial 45/422

WRIGHT, William farmer Inglewood linked with George Wright farmer of near the Stockade at Yatala 1895 Application 22956

No 9

WRIGHT, William farmer Houghton 1882 Memorial 215/347

WRIGHT, William farmer The Hermitage 1883 Memorial 213/347

No 10

WRIGHT, William labourer Price Price township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 20 Page 28 County Fergusson

No 11 – William Wright

WRIGHT, W clerk to the Public Trustee Adelaide 1889 Memorial 176/395

WRIGHT, W chief clerk to the Public Trustee Adelaide 1892 Memorial 230/413

WRIGHT, William chief clerk to the Public Trustee Adelaide 1896 Memorial 1/429

WRIGHT, William of Adelaide Public Trustee of SA 1904 Application 24797

No 12

WRIGHT, William farmer Pt Broughton. Trustee a Chapel prob at Pt Broughton 1892 Grant Book 14 Page 215 County Daly

No 13

WRIGHT, William machinist Gawler South 1896 Application 23178

No 14

WRIGHT, William farmer Northfield 1897 Application 23298

No 15

WRIGHT, William machinist Gawler South and Mary Ramsay Wright his wife 1901 Application 24170

No 16

WRIGHT, William shipping agent formerly of Pt Pirie and then of Broken Hill NSW, died 1/7/1909, a widower and intestate. Father of John Henry Wright mining clerk South Broken Hill NSW. Estate worth £230 Memorial 38/466

WRIGHT, WH draper's assistant Balaklava 1882 Memorial 3/338

No 1

WRIGHT, William Henry gentleman Salisbury 1887 Memorial 171/381

WRIGHT, William Henry sharebroker Adelaide (Pirie St) 1889 Memorial 177/411

WRIGHT, William Henry stockbroker Pirie St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Hubert Charless WRIGHT clerk Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 9/10/1889 Deposit 105/1891

WRIGHT, William Henry [formerly of Adelaide but now] of parts beyond the seas 1891 Memorial 179/411

No 1

WRIGHT, William John waterman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 38/89

WRIGHT, William John waterman Le Fevre Peninsula, and Elizabeth Ann Wright his wife 1884 Memorial 219/400

WRIGHT, William John waterman Le Fevre Peninsula, died 24/5/1896. Estate worth £40. He left his whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Ann Wright 1910 Application 25748

WRIGLEY, Frederick H JP of Pt Wakefield 1881 Memorial 89/332

WUNDERSITZ, Caroline widow (incorrectly referred to as Ernestine Caroline Wundersitz) formerly of Hartley but now of Croydon 1926[-1931] Memorial 96/496

WUNDERSITZ, Friedrich August gentleman Victor Harbor 1954 Application 29032

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WUNDERSITZ, Friedrich Carl farmer Section 3860 north of the Three Brothers Special Survey 1853[-1855] Memorial 316/58

WUNDERSITZ, Johann Friedrich Carl farmer near Mt Torrens 1862 Application 2824.

No 1

WUNDERSITZ, Gustav Ferdinand farmer Callington. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 121 County Sturt

WUNDERSITZ, Gustav Ferdinand farmer Hartley 1891 Memorial 89/407

WUNDERSITZ, Wilhelm Ferdinand farmer Murray Bridge. Holy Cross Evangelican Lutheran Church Murray Bridge trustee 1925 Memorial 48/493

WUNDKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Snowtown Co Daly. Hundred of Everard land grant 1891 Grant Book 56 Page 397 County Stanley

No 1

WUNDKE, Johann Gottfried farmer Friedrichstadt 1850 Memorial 304/26

WUNDKE, Johann Gottfried farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt but now of Neu Mecklenburg 1876 Application 15224.

WUNDKE, Johann Gottfried farmer Snowtown Co Daly. Hundred of Blyth land grant 1891 Grant Book 56 Page 366 County Stanley

WUNDKE, Wilhelm farmer Woodside 1868 Memorial 109/232

No 1

WUNNENBERG, HF miller Stockport 1866 Memorial 208/216

WUNNENBERG, Hermann Friedrich of Stockport on the Gilbert. His wife, Rebecca Wunnenberg, died 8/5/1910. Mother of Mary Ann Wunnenberg Memorial 101/463

No 1

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Friedrich farmer Hope Valley 1854[-1857] Memorial 193/77

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Friedrich farmer Hope Valley. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 69 County Adelaide

No 1 - probably the same person

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Gottfried farmer Hope Valley 1852[-1854] Memorial 83/45

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Gottfried farmer Pt Gawler 1859 Application 962.

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Johann August farmer Bute 1887 Memorial 248/387

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Johann August Wurfel farmer Klemzig and Emma Caroline Auguste Wurfel his wife 1916 Application 26555.

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, Johann Lewis Wilhelm of Norwegian Vic 1891 Memorial 171/410

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, John farmer Pt Gawler Co Gawler. Bute township allotments land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 396 County Daly

WUERFEL/WURFEL/WÜRFEL, John Lewis William farmer Lincolnsfield. Hundred of Wiltunga land grant 1895 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

WUNDERSITZ, Hermann Reinhold farmer Monarto Co Sturt. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1884[-1903] Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WURM, Friedrich Wilhelm Carl Heinrich and Louis Friedrich Wurm merchants Adelaide trading under the style or firm of H Wurm and Co 1858 Memorial 259/144

WURM, Friedrich Heinrich commission agent Curramulka. Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 147 County Fergusson

WURM, Gustav Adolph agent Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WURM, Louis Friedrich flour and grain factor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 116/238

WURM, Friedrich corn dealer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 98/263

WURM, Louis Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1873 Memorial 182/276

WURM, Louis Friedrich flour and grain factor Adelaide, had recently built a corn and flour store and weighbridge in Hindmarsh Square (TA 102) by 1876 but had given these assets up almost immediately Memorial 190/288

WURM, Louis Frederick confectioner Adelaide Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 134 County Fergusson

WURM, Louis Friedrich storekeeper Stansbury Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 197 County Fergusson

WURM, Louis Frederick timber merchant Stansbury trustee Institute Stansbury township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 463 County Fergusson

WURM, Louis Friedrich timber merchant Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 136 County Fergusson

WURM, Louis timber merchant Stansbury trustee Cemetery Stansbury Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

WURM, Friedrich miller Stansbury 1878[-1884] Memorial 249/305

WURM, Louis Friedrich merchant Stansbury 1886 Memorial 71/376

WURM, GA auctioneer Stansbury 1907 Memorial 189/456

WURM, Louis of Eudunda 1885[-1888] Memorial 242/368

WURST, Carl Gottlob Ernst farmer Friedrichswalde near Tothill Creek 1867 Application 8400

No 1

WURST, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1878[-1896] Memorial 149/309, Application 16602

WURST, Ernst Wilhelm farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light, died c 1896. Executors: Heinrich ECKERMANN farmer Waterloo and Hermann SCHMERL farmer Leasingham Memorial 137/429

WURST, Johann Gustav of Belvidere Hundred of Gilbert Vestryman of St Philip's Marrabel 1910 Memorial 215/462

No 1

WURST, Karl brickmaker Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 319/156

WURST, Karl Gottlob Ernst brickmaker Nuriootpa 1861 Memorial 120/172

WUTTKE, Alfred Heinrich farmer Woodside. Trustee Woodside Institute 1950 Application 28770

No 1

WUTTKE, Carl Anton farmer near Hahndorf [known as Anton Wuttke] 1847 Memorial 484/8

WUTTKE, Carl Anton farmer Mt Barker [probably Grünthal Mt Barker District]. He had already preferred to be known as Carl rather than Anton Wuttke. CA Wuttke purchased Section 1782 Mt Barker Special Survey in partnership with Carl Eduard REIMANN and Eduard Wilhelm SCHROEDER 1850 Memorial 187/28

WUTTKE, Carl Anton farmer Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 314/48

WUTTKE, Carl Anton farmer Balhannah 1860 Memorial 106/169

No 1

WUTTKE, Carl August and Julius Theodor labourers Eudunda 1886 Memorial 197/378

No 2

WUTTKE, Carl August farmer Echunga. Member St Michael Lutheran Church Ambleside (formerly Hahndorf) 1931 Application 27837

WUTTKE, John William Robert agent Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1915 Grant Book 3 Page 6 County Albert

No 1

WUTTKE, Julius Theodor labourer Greenock 1900 Memorial 66/441

WUTTKE, Julius Theodor formerly labourer but now farmer Greenock 1900 Application 24110

WUTTKE, Paul Hermann labourer Point Pass 1904 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

WUTTKE, Wilhelm farmer Palmer. Hundred of Finniss land grant 1884[-1886] Grant Book 58 Page 41 County Sturt

No 1

WYATT, Adolphus Valentine farmer near Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 231/71

WYATT, Adolphus Valentine gentleman Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 18/79

WYATT, Adolphus Valentine storekeeper Port Road near Adelaide, died 26/12/1862. By 1880, his widow, Sarah Eliza Wyatt, had remarried to John Henry COBB contractor Glenelg. The Wyatt farmily included - William Wyatt chemist Hindmarsh, Agnes JONES nee Wyatt wife of Robert Francis Jones coach maker North Adelaide, and Albina, Matilda and Annie Wyatt spinsters Glenelg Memorial 145/321

WYATT, Adolphus Valentine storekeeper Port Road near Adelaide, died c1863. His widow, Sarah Eliza Wyatt, remarried 7/12/1867 to John Henry COBB. Six children of AV Wyatt - William Wyatt, Agnes JONES nee Wyatt wife of Robert Francis Jones, Albina Wyatt, Matilda BARUH nee Wyatt wife of Louis Albert Eduard Baruh insurance agent Good Hope St, Sydney NSW, Annie Wyatt and Eliza SMITH nee Wyatt wife of Edward Smith 1887 Memorial 200/387

WYATT, Sarah Eliza widow of Adolphus Valentine Wyatt, remarried to John Henry COBB contractor Glenelg Enrolment 63/54

No 1

WYATT, Charlotte spinster Walkerville 1855 Memorial 338/81

WYATT, Charlotte spinster formerly of Walkerville 1857 Memorial 10/346

No 1

WYATT, Frank A articled clerk Adelaide 1890 Memorial 218/403

WYATT, Frank Addison schoolmaster College Town linked with Louisa Wyatt widow College Town 1906 Memorial 56/456

WYATT, George farmer Burton near Salisbury 1907 Memorial 167/456

No 1

WYATT, George Benjamin and Joseph Henry engineers Adelaide 1854 Memorial 150/79

WYATT, George Benjamin and Joseph Henry engineers Adelaide 1861 Application 2182

WYATT, George Benjamin iron founder Adelaide 1869 Application 10220

WYATT, Louisa widow College Town, about to visit England and other parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Harry Sutton WYATT solicitor and Richard WHITFIELD clerk both of Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 4/3/1887 Deposit 4/1888

No 1

WYATT, George Francis of Moonta 1865 Memorial 229/201

WYATT, George accountant Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1870 Grant Book 14 Page 75 County Daly

WYATT, George F accountant Moonta Mines 1871[-1872] Memorial 181/251

WYATT, George Francis accountant Moonta Mines.Trustee an unnamed Cemetery 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 92 County Daly

No 1

WYATT, HS articled clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 18/332

WYATT, HS clerk to GJ DOWNER solicitor Adelaide 1882 Memorial 110/342

WYATT, Harry Sutton solicitor Adelaide (Albion Chambers, Waymouth St) 1889 Application 21604

WYATT, Harry Sutton solicitor Adelaide 1891[-1894] Memorial 61/411, Application 22709

No 1

WYATT, Jane widow Belalie Co Victoria 1887 Memorial 11/384

WYATT, Jane widow Jamestown nee Jane STAKER 1896 Memorial 25/428 FIND HUSBAND’S NAME

No 1

WYATT, John engineer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 15/6

WYATT, John miller Adelaide 1855 Memorial 451/83

WYATT, John millowner Adelaide 1873 leased out the Light Square Steam Mill on TA 195 in Waymouth St: 'and all other erections thereon with the wheels, stones, gear, tackle and machinery thereto belonging … top floor elevator for taking wheat to smutter with pulley for driving wheat screw with three blocks metre wheel and trough short shaft with metre wheel and pulley leather belt for driving screw from elevator hoisting tackle chain sheave and fork shaft with barrel driving pulley frame and bearings with friction wheel … Engine room horizontal engine connected to boiler with steam guage, water guage, test cocks, safety valve steam pipe and stop valve feed pipe and cheek valve damper and fire bars complete … ' Memorial 148/271

WYATT, John gentleman Adelaide, died 12/8/1877 Memorial 8/303

No 2 - possibly the Younger

WYATT, John blacksmith Brompton 1857[-1859] Memorial 78/125

WYATT, John blacksmith Modbury 1861[-1870] Memorial 139/176

No 3 - possibly the Younger; possibly a continuation of No 2

WYATT, John farmer Glasslewin Farm [near Pt Adelaide?] 1872 Memorial 144/271

No 4 - possibly a continuation of No 3

WYATT, John the Younger probably of Balaklava 1877 Memorial 195/303

WYATT, John farmer Hundred of Balaklava. Hundred of Balaklava land grant 1880 Grant Book 26 Page 113 County Gawler

WYATT, John farmer South Balaklava 1881 Memorial 91/365

WYATT, Joseph Henry engineer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 9/78

WYATT, Josiah farmer Wandearah West 1886 Memorial 161/374

No 1

WYATT, Osmond Arthur Esquire Troy House, Monmouth, Co Monmouth, England, purchased land grants in the Light River Special Survey and the township of Victoria near Kapunda 1842 Enrolment 3/20

WYATT, Osmond Arthur Esquire Troy House, Monmouth, Co Monmouth, England, power of attorney to Thompson Scott PAGE Esquire Adelaide, and in case of need, William Snell CHAUNCEY engineer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 7/11/1849 Deposit 140/OA

No 1

WYATT, Sydney Josiah undertaker Pt Lincoln 1928 Application 27639

WYATT, Sydney Josiah building contractor Pt Lincoln 1956, declared he had lived in the town since 1920 Application 29222

No 1

WYATT, Sydney Light bank manager formerly of Agra but then of Bombay, British India, husband of the late Marion Ella Wyatt daughter of the late Friedrich Carl Bayer formerly surgeon Adelaide now deceased 1898 Memorials 26 & 34/437

WYATT, Sydney Light bank manager Agra, British India 1905 Memorial 59/453

No 1

WYATT, William Esquire Adelaide 1843 Memorial 375/2

WYATT, William Esquire Karrulta 1864 Memorial 336/196

WYATT, William surgeon formerly of Adelaide (Grenfell St) but now of Kurralta 1876 Memorial 14/293

WYATT, William of Greenhill near Adelaide 1866 Memorial 223/219

WYATT, William Inspector in Chief of Schools Adelaide. His department made over, School Brook, pt Section 121 within the Pt Elliot & Goolwa District Council area, as a 'gift for the purposes of Education', to a group of trustees 1870 Memorial 221/244

No 2

WYATT, William of Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 11/50

WYATT, William farmer Kapunda. Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 130 County Light

WYATT, William labourer Allen Creek 1858 Memorial 153/133

No 3 - possibly a continuation of No 2

WYATT, William farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6069

WYATT, William farmer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 245/223

No 4

WYATT, William yeoman Littlehampton 1859 Memorial 237/152

WYATT, William formerly yeoman Littlehampton 1859 but now miner Wallaroo 1865 Application 6825

No 5

WYATT, William chemist Hindmarsh 1871 Memorial 116/272

WYATT, William chemist Hindmarsh linked with Eliza SMITH nee Wyatt wife of Edward Smith engraver Adelaide 1883 Memorial 150/427

No 6 - perhaps the same person

WYATT, William farmer near Salisbury 1878 Memorial 118/305

WYATT, William farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 324 County Daly

WYATT, William JP of Greens Plains West 1885 Memorial 35/366

WYATT, William farmer Greens Plains East. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

WYATT, William the Elder of Greens Plains 1892 Memorial 236/413

No 7

WYATT, William of Macclesfield and Hannah Wyatt his wife, daughter of the late Joseph MOTT farmer Macclesfield 1895 Application 23081

No 1 - likely to be the same person

WYATT, William Henry 23 farmer Blyth Plains (Father: William Wyatt) married Jane STAKER 21 spinster Mt Allen (Father: Francis Staker) on 1/6/1872 Primitive Methodist Chapel Kapunda. Minister, Rev'd Samuel RAYMOND. Witnesses: Alfred Staker farmer Mt Allen, Fanny Staker spinster Kapunda, Robert Wyatt farmer Blyth Plains Application 14588

WYATT, William Henry farmer Blyth Plains Co Stanley. Hundred of Appila land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 494 County Frome

WYATT, William Henry farmer Greens Plains East 1887 Memorial 121/383

WYBORN, John travelled from Pt Augusta to Hindmarsh on his way to Pt Lincoln c1854. He laid unsuccessful claim to property in Robert St, Hindmarsh Application 17862

WYCHERLEY, George Arthur journalist Dunedin New Zealand, together with Edith and Minnie Wycherley spinsters 7 Perth St, Prahran Vic 1924 beneficiaries under the will of the late Richard TAPLEY, who died 1/12/1874. The three beneficiaries renounced all benefits Memorial 8/492 & RPA Search 50

WYETT, Charles Edmund Town Clerk Corporation of Thebarton 1918 Application 26692

WYETT, Charles Edmund Town Clerk Northcote St, Torrensville 1926, declared that he had been Town Clerk of the Corporation of Thebarton for 14 years Application 27507

WYETT, Edmund Charles Town Clerk Thebarton 1935, declared he had been Town Clerk for 21 years Application 27989.

No 1

WYER, Charles Sempronius gentleman Adelaide took out a 7-year lease of the Royal Oak Inn Pt TA 865 North Adelaide at £5/10/- a week 1855 Memorial 34/93

WYER, Charles Sempronius publican North Adelaide 1858 Memorial 204/140

WYER, Charles Sempronius gentleman Walkerville and Emma Wyer his wife 1867 Memorial 196/226

No 1

WYETT, Ephraim farmer Angas Park 1850 Memorial 94/23

WYETT, Ephraim farmer formerly of Angas Park but now of Melbourne Vic 1851 Memorial 185/38.

No 1

WYLD, George Charles builder Hindmarsh purchased land in Gawler 1852 Memorial 281/46

WYLD, George Charles licensed victualler Old Spot Hotel Gawler 1854[-1855] Memorial 86/73

WYLD, George Charles licensed victualler Gawler 1856 Memorial 476/99

WYLD, George Charles [probably of Gawler] expelled by Supreme Court order from a property in Murray St, Gawler, which he leased from Thomas Martin 1860 Memorial 150/165

WYLD, George Charles formerly of Gawler but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 350/170

No 2

WYLD, George Charles licensed victualler Modbury Hotel Modbury 1914 Memorial 115/471
WYLD, George Charles hotelkeeper Modbury Hotel Modbury presented the hotel and business to his wife Gertrude Adelaide Wyld 1915 Memorial 29/473

No 1

WYLDE, Charles draper Adelaide 1851[-1879] Memorial 287/38

WYLDE, Charles gentleman Glenelg 1880 Application 18345

WYLDE, Charles formerly of Glenelg but now out of business in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 81/351

WYLDE, Charles gentleman formerly of Parkside but now of Glenelg 1891 Memorial 79/407

WYLDE, Charles formerly draper but now out of business Glenelg 1896 Memorial 93/429

WYLDE, Charles of Glenelg, died 13/6/1901. His widow, Josephine Elizabeth Wylde, lived at 10 Rasen Lane, Lincoln, Lincs, England by 1906 Memorial 71/455

WYLDE, George Charles hotelkeeper Modbury Hotel Modbury 1913 Memorial 21/470

No 1

WYLDE, Robert Tracey surgeon North Adelaide 1873[-1875] Memorial 87/269

WYLDE, Robert Tracey surgeon North Adelaide (Archer St), a trustee of The Convalescent Hospital established on pt Section 1048 Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 234/297

WYLDE, Robert Tracey medical practitioner Semaphore 1895 Memorial 103/424

WYLDE, Robert Tracey surgeon Semaphore, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to the Executor Trustee ad Agency Co of SA Ltd, to manage his SA business affairs, especially BHP shares 6/4/1895 Deposit 22/1895

WYLES, Arthur c/- Messrs James MARSHALL & Co drapers Rundle St, Adelaide 1896 Application 23133

No 1

WYLES, John clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 189/335

WYLES, John accountant Adelaide 1884[-1886] Memorial 128/355

WYLES, John land agent Adelaide 1884[-1898] Memorial 42/363

WYLES, John agent Adelaide 1889 Memorial 218/395

WYLES, John agent Adelaide 1894 Application 22731

WYLES, John land and estate agent Adelaide (Pirie St) 1898 Memorial 49/434

WYLES, John land and financial agent Adelaide 1901 Memorial 85/443

WYLES, John land and estate agent Adelaide 1902 Memorial 67/447

WYLES, Thomas Andrew estate agent Adelaide Secretary to the Rostrevor Estate Ltd whose registered office was at 14 Grenfell St, Adelaide 1919 Application 26750

WYLEY, Jabez hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1885 Memorial 203/364

WYLEY, Philip James Nesbit master mariner Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 210/61

No 1

WYLIE, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 446/1

WYLIE, Benjamin farmer Strathalbyn 1851[-1863] Memorial 9/30 Hundred of Murray land grant 1856 Memorial 220/109

WYLIE, Benjamin farmer Strathalbyn 1862 Application 3138

WYLIE, Benjamin farmer near Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4357

WYLIE, Benjamin farmer Strathalbyn linked with John Wylie farmer near Wellington on the Murray 1863 Memorial 59/188

WYLIE, Benjamin farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn and Euphemia Wylie his wife 1867[-1874] Memorials 87/225 & 91/226

WYLIE, Euphemia widow near Strathalbyn 1902 Memorial 169/446

WYLIE, Euphemia widow Long Valley near Strathalbyn (relict of the late Benjamin Wylie), died 4/11/1903. Grandmother of Margaret Ann GRIFFIN, Ellen ROBERTS, Euphemia SHILTON and Harriet STIRLING. Aunt to Robert WYLIE Memorial 157/450

No 1

WYLIE, Charles Stewart accountant Wilmington 1895 Memorial 250/424

WYLIE, Charles Stewart storekeeper Bordertown. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 7 Page 98 County Buckingham

No 1

WYLIE, David farmer Tranmere 1842 Memorial 256/2

WYLIE, David gentleman Tranmere 1849 Memorial 6/17

WYLIE, David schoolmaster Tranmere 1851 Memorial 319/35

WYLIE, David Master of Arts Magill 1846 Memorial 12/81

WYLIE, David gentleman Magill 1852 Memorial 442/45

WYLIE, David MA gentleman Tranmere near Magill and Elizabeth Wylie his wife 1854 Memorial 105/63

WYLIE, David BA formerly of Tranmere, later of Alberton, died 8/8/1853. His personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Wylie absolutely, who also got the real estate in trust for life and then to the children absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors; William Scott gentleman Pt Adelaide and Joseph Yates Ashton gentleman Adelaide Deposit 549/1855

WYLIE, Elizabeth widow of David Wylie, rented pt Section 273 near Adelaide 1877 Application 16419

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WYLIE, Edward L blacksmith Lower Light 1872 Application 19559

WYLIE, Edward Leslie farmer Lower Light and Mary Annie Wylie his wife 1893 Application 22487

No 1

WYLIE, Henry William of SA 1852 Memorial 104/44

WYLIE, Henry William bootmaker North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 81/51

WYLIE, Henry William bootmaker Saddleworth 1854 Memorial 494/63 Bootmaker Auburn 1854[-1855] Memorial 56/70

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

WYLIE, John farmer Lake Alexandrina. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1859 Grant Book 57 Page 268 County Sturt

WYLIE, John farmer Wellington on the Murray 1863 Memorial 59/188

WYLIE, John farmer Lake Alexandrina. Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1863[-1866] Grant Book 58 Page 364 County Sturt

WYLIE, John farmer Mulgundawar 1875 Memorial 114/283

WYLIE, John the Elder farmer Langhorne Creek, died 1876. He left his estate in a mixture of absolutely and in trust to his wife, Mary Wylie nee PORTER, his children, William Wylie, John Wylie the Younger, Jane Wylie, Margaret Wylie [not in birth order] and Mary Elizabeth Wylie, and his nephew William Wylie son of his late brother, Robert Wylie Memorial 146/290

WYLIE, John the Elder farmer Langhorne Creek, died 21/4/1876, of consumption, aged 59. Father of John Wylie the Younger farmer Mulgundawar Application 22875

WYLIE, John labourer Langhorne Creek 1888 Memorial 204/392

No 1

WYLIE, John Bartley blacksmith Wirrabara. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Wirrabara. Wirrabara (Hundred of Appila) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

WYLIE, John Bartley blacksmith Wirrabara. Trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Appila land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

WYLIE, John Bartley farmer Wilson [also known as Kanyaka Siding] trustee Cemetery Hundred of Cudlamudla. Hundred of Cudlamudla land grant 1889 Grant Book 49 Page 120 County Newcastle

WYLIE, Kenneth Charles storekeeper Bordertown. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

WYLIE, Robert storekeeper Mt Barker 1904 Memorial 180/450

WYLIE, Robert Scott saddler Auburn 1872[-1887] Memorial 143/260

No 1

WYLIE, William yeoman New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1855[-1856] Memorial 23/82

WYLIE, William farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1881 Grant Book 31 Page 199 County Grey

WYLIE, William Herbert engineer Hilton 1954 Application 29075

WYLLIE, Edmund Esquire Adelaide 1857[-1859] Memorial 320/123

No 1

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper North Adelaide 1854[-1863] Memorial 176/77

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper Brownhill Creek linked with Thomas Warburton Wyly clerk Beltana 1877 Memorial 104/305

No 2

WYLY, Alexander gentleman Mernmerna 1875 Memorial 83/281

WYLY, Alexander 24 storekeeper Kanyaka (Father: Robert Wyly) married Elizabeth BUTLER 17 Kanyaka (Father: William Butler) on 29/8/1866 A Wyly residence. Minister: William RICHARDS. Witnesses: Thomas W Wyly storekeeper Kanyaka and Emma Butler of Kanyaka. Elizabeth Wylie wife of Alexander Wyly storekeeper Mt Lofty, died 10/7/1898 Wright St, Adelaide, of morbus Brightii, uraemia and mitral stenosis, aged 47. Children of this marriage listed in this application Application 26524

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper of SA and Elizabeth Wyly his wife linked with Thomas Warburton Wyly and William Louis Wyly clerks Adelaide 1876 Memorial 206/296

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 1 County Not named

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper Farina Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 65 Page 86 County Not named

WYLY, Alexander storekeeper Government Gums Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1881[-1884] Grant Book 65 Page 88 County Not named

WYLY, A of The Walnuts, Crafers 1881 Application 18923.

No 1

WYLY, Alexander Peel acountant Kapunda 1882 Memorial 128/337

WYLY, Alexander Peel accountant Kapunda 1883[-1885] Memorial 203/348

WYLY, Alexander Peel accountant Adelaide 1889[-1894] Memorial 14/401

WYLY, Alexander Peel accountant formerly of Kapunda but now of Adelaide 1902 Memorial 18/445

WYLY, Alexander Peel gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1912 Memorial 231/466

FIND DATE

WYLY, Robert Francis accountant Adelaide Memorial 106/447

WYLY, Thomas storekeeper Beltana Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 72 County Not named

No 1

WYLY, William Louis accountant Kapunda and Bessie Wyly his wife 1886 Memorial 1/381

WYLY, WL clerk to Messrs CC KINGSTON & HALL solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 103/402

WYMAN, Francis Westcoat gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 87/84

No 1 - perhaps the same person

WYMAN, John farmer near Mt Crawford sold land at Kensington 1850 Memorial 27/21

WYMAN, John carpenter Payneham 1850 Memorial 324/24

WYMAN, John gardener Campbelltown 1856[-1858] Memorial 57/103

WYMAN, Joseph Frederick labourer Sevenhill 1952 Application 28852

No 1

WYMAN, Robert of Adelaide 1853 Memorial 362/51

WYMAN, Robert wheelwright Adelaide 1857 Memorial 11/130

No 1

WYMAN, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1841 Memorial 134/62

WYMANN, Samuel labourer Adelaide 1842 Enrolment 35/19

No 1

WYMER, John of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 8/50

WYMER, John blacksmith Adelaide 1853 Memorial 323/55

WYNDHAM, Edward Sanford gentleman Kapunda 1866 Grant Book 17 Page 54 County Eyre

No 1

WYNDHAM, George (Colonel) of Petworth, Sussex, England, became Baron Leconfield of Leconfield, Yorks, England, on 14/4/1859. He died 10/3/1869, leaving his SA real estate to his second son, the Hon Percy Scawen Wyndham MP Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England. Colonel Wyndham had purchased some of the land on behalf of George AYLIFFE surgeon, later Adelaide, who died 1844, and left his real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Ayliffe. Apparently, Wyndham’s heir was at first reluctant to recognise this situation Application 20034

WYNDHAM, George born 5/6/1787, the natural son of the 3d Earl of Egremont. Colonel in the Army. Became the 1st Baron LECONFIELD in 1859. m 1815 Mary Fanny Blunt only daughter of the Rev'd William BLUNT of Crabbtree, Sussex. She died 1863. Lord Leconfield died 8/3/1869, leaving a family of 3 sons and 6 daughters. From Debrett's Peerage 1881, pp379-380. He owned land in SA which he handed on to his heir. His son, Henry Wyndham, born 31/7/1830, succeeded to the title. Educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, Oxon, entered the 1st Life Guards 1849; and retired as Captain 1867; Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant for Sussex. MP for West Sussex 1854-1869 Application 27028.

WYNDHAM, George Colonel of England, landowner in the village of Armagh near Clare. GREEN & Co land agents Adelaide, the SA attorney for Col Wyndham 1915 [likely to be an outdated title and the date should be prior to Col Wyndham's death in 1869] Application 26419

WYNDHAM, Percy Scawen Hon MP 44 Belgrave Square, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to George GREEN and George Dutton GREEN land agents Adelaide, to manage his 9 Sections of land in the Hutt River Special Survey for lease 13/2/1873 Deposit 225/1873

No 1

WYNES, Escott farmer Narracoorte 1889 Memorial 44/398

WYNES, Escott farmer Hynam 1892 Memorial 39/414

WYNES, James the Elder farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1891 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

WYNES, Job contractor Narracoorte 1892 Memorial 36/415

WYNES, Nun farmer Naracoorte. Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1899 Grant Book 50 Page 117 County Robe

WYNES, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1875 Application 14394

WYNES, W Anstey articled law clerk Adelaide 1927 Memorial 131/498

WYNN, Richard farmer Coromandel Valley 1876 Memorial 97/291

WYNNE, John of Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 347/94

No 1

WYTKIN, Lorenz farmer Arkaba 1885 Memorial 63/368

WYTKIN, Lorenz formerly farmer Sevenhill but now miner Broken Hill NSW and Johanna Wytkin his wife 1892 Memorial 129/469

No 1

WYTKIN, Thonas farmer Sevenhill. Hundred of Clare land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 36 County Stanley

WYTKIN, Thomas farmer Clare 1869 Memorial 57/242

WYTKIN, Thomas farmer Sevenhill Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 119 County Victoria

WYTKIN, Thomas farmer Sevenhill 1876[-1878] Memorial 97/293

WYTKIN, Thomas farmer Sevenhill. Husband of Antonia Wytkin. He died 16/5/1880, leaving £50 to each of his children - Lorenz Wytkin, Susanna Wytkin 20 who married Franz Gottlieb KIRCHNER 25 farmer Condowie (Father: Gottlieb Kirchner) on 15/10/1879 St Aloysius Sevenhill. Witnesses: Donato MORRISON farmer Condowie and Ottilie Kirchner spinster Condowie. Susannah Kirchner died 21/11/1880 Condowie Plains, of child birth, aged 21; Veronika Wytkin 20 Belalie married James COBIAC 22 farmer Appila (Father: Joseph Cobiac) on 21/9/1875 St James’s Jamestown. Witnesses: Laurence Wytkin farmer Belalie and Johanne GOTTWALD Sevenhill; Therese Wytkin; Franz Wytkin; Michelina Lina Witkin 22 Sevenhill married Carl KOZLOWSKI 25 shoemaker Sevenhill (Father: John Kozlowski) on 12/1/1870 St Aloysius Sevenhill. Witnesses: Michael RUCIAK farmer Penwortham and Mary Pawelski of Hill River Application 19174

No 1

WYVELL, Robert labourer Penwortham 1853 Memorial 45/48

WYVELL, Robert farmer Penwortham 1860 Application 1088

WYVILL, Peter labourer Tiatucka Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Louth land grant 1882 Grant Book 21 Page 7 County Flinders

WYVILL, Robert Esquire Pt Lincoln, died 1869. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Agnes Wyville, for life then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his two sons, John and Peter Wyvill Memorial 112/244 FIND DATE OF DEATH

WYVILL, Robert farmer Pt Lincoln. Hundred of Louth land grant 1884 Grant Book 21 Page 13 County Flinders