Extracts from SA General Registry Office (GRO) Information

The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014. 

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

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

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Ba* - Bec*

Bed* - Bow*

Box* - By*

Ca* - Cha*

Che* - Com*

Con* - Cu*

Da* - Dic*

Die* - Dy*

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Fa* - Fl*

Fo* - Fy*

Ga* - Gol*

Gom* - Gy*

Ha* - Han*

Har* - Hel*

Hem* - Hof*

Hog* - Hy*

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La* - Lev*

Lew* - 'Ly*

Ma* - Maz*

McA* - McW*

Me* - Mom*

Mon* - My*

N*

O*

Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

X*, Y*,  Z*

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

Names Beginning  'J*'

No 1

JACK, Alexander mason Kapunda 1858 Memorial 18/140

JACK, Alexander mason Kapunda 1864 Application 5694

No 1

JACK, James farmer near Ayliffe’s Hundred of Alma. Hundred of Alma land grant 1859 Grant Book 26 Page 58 County Gawler

JACK, James of Alma 1883 Memorial 158/347

No 1

JACK, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1854 Memorial 22/76

JACK, Thomas farmer Rapid Bay 1857 Memorial 16/131

JACK, Thomas licensed victualler Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 228/139

JACK, William L local manager Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co Ltd of 71 King William St, Adelaide 1893 Memorial 16/417

JACKA, Clement Belmore formerly brewer Melrose but then of the 3d Light Horse Regiment in the AIF, died 18/3/1919 Port Said, Egypt, of heart failure, aged 29. Son of Sarah Ann Jacka widow Melrose. Brother to William Josiah Slee Jacka brewer Melrose Memorial 1/480

JACKA, Dudley Thomas carpenter Burra 1950 Memorial 29/525

JACKA, Edgar law clerk Islington and Rosetta Jacka his wife 1902 Memorial 144/454

JACKA, Fred Melrose retired manager Wattle Ave, Brighton 1947 Memorial 33/521

No 1

JACKA, FW clerk Melrose 1885 Memorial 148/369

JACKA, FW brewer Melrose 1893 Memorial 179/419

JACKA, Frederick Walter district council clerk Mintaro, died 8/8/1932 Clare. Father of Thomas Edgar Jacka contractor Mintaro and Percival Coombe Jacka farmer Mintaro; also Lancelot Ernest Jacka and Harold Greadon Jacka not described Memorial 95/506

JACKA, John Edward born 9/12/1860, son of William Jacka farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla and Elizabeth nee BICE Application 22251

No 1

JACKA, Joseph blacksmith Mt Templeton 1877[-1883] Memorial 181/301

JACKA, Joseph farmer Mt Templeton 1887 Memorial 13/384

No 1

JACKA, Joseph Henry and William John brewers Auburn carrying on business under the style of Jacka Brothers 1876 Memorial 170/304

JACKA, Joseph Henry brewer Melrose and Sarah Ann Jacka his wife linked with William John Jacka brewer Melrose and Sarah Jacka his wife 1882 Memorial 100/343

JACKA, Joseph Henry and William John brewers Melrose 1885 Memorial 27/365

JACKA, Joseph Henry brewer Melrose and Sarah Jacka his wife linked with WJ Jacka brewer Sydney NSW 1887 Memorial 247/385

JACKA, Joseph Henry Jacka brewer Melrose and Sarah Ann Jacka his wife 1893 Application 22612

JACKA, Joseph Henry trading under the name of Jacka Bros brewers Melrose 1894 Application 22689

JACKA, Joseph Henry brewer Melrose 1895 Memorial 100/425

No 1

JACKA, Phillip miner Kapunda 1860[-1862]. Bible Christian member. Enrolment 33/42

JACKA, Philip miner Moonta 1866 Memorial 136/225

JACKA, Philip storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1872 Application 12029

JACKA, Philip storekeeper formerly of Kapunda but now of Moonta 1872[-1877] Memorial 44/259

JACKA, Philip formerly miner Kapunda but now farmer Willowie 1885 Memorial 162/368

JACKA, Philip Oates and William James Jacka storekeepers Willowie 1896 Memorial 153/428

JACKA, Richard miner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 280/19

No 1

JACKA, Sarah Ann brewer Melrose 1909 Memorial 157/461

JACKA, Sarah Ann widow Melrose trading as Jacka Brothers brewers Melrose 1910 Memorial 193/462

JACKA, Thomas Edgar contractor Mintaro 1927 Memorial 22/497

No 1

JACKA, Walter miner Kapunda 1847 Memorial 486/9

JACKA, Walter miner Salisbury 1853 Memorial 276/51

JACKA, Walter miner Balhannah 1856 10 year lease of the Balhannah Inn at £100 a year from Alexander COCK draper Adelaide Memorial 24/98

JACKA, Walter publican Adelaide (Golden Rule Hotel, Pirie St) 1883 Memorial 210/350

JACKA, Walter labourer Callington 1926 Application 27529

No 1 - probably mixture of Elder and Younger

JACKA, William miner Callington Co Sturt 1853[-1854] Hundred of Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh land purchase Memorial 264/47

JACKA, William farmer formerly of Callington but now of Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 149/84

JACKA, William farmer Yankalilla 1855 Memorial 420/93

JACKA, William yeoman Callington on the Bremer 1857[-1860] Memorial 184/126

JACKA, William engineer Callington - Callington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1861 Memorial 237/177

JACKA, William miner Moonta 1870 Memorial 76/244

JACKA, William the Elder miner Moonta Mines 1883. He probably came from Callington originally Application 19941

JACKA, William the Elder died. By 1882, his widow, Elizabeth Jacka, had remarried to Hugh Fergusson BARR farmer Minlacowie. Family included - William Jacka the Younger and John Edward Jacka (he turned 21 on 9/12/1881) farmers Minlacowie, Elizabeth Bice WOOLCOCK nee Jacka wife of John WOOLCOCK agent Hackney and formerly widow of the late William Jackson PARKER formerly confectioner Adelaide now deceased, Mary Ann Jacka spinster Kadina, Sarah Frances Jacka spinster Semaphore, and Emily Jacka spinster Minlacowie Memorial 180/343

JACKA, William licensed victualler Hammond linked with William John Jacka brewer formerely of Melrose but now of Pyremont near Sydney NSW and Sarah Jacka his wife of Melrose 1885 Memorial 148/369

No 2

JACKA, William baker Auburn 1866 Application 7417

JACKA, William baker Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

JACKA, William brewer Auburn 1870 Application 10999

JACKA, William James storekeeper Willowie Willowie township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 577 County Frome

No 1

JACKA, William John and JACKA, Joseph Henry trading as Jacka Brothers brewers Melrose 1883 Application 19929

JACKA, William John brewer Melrose and Sarah Jacka his wife 1893 Application 22612

No 1

JACKA, William Josiah Slee brewer Melrose, became a bankrupt in 1935 Memorial 92/512

JACKA, William Josiah Slee company manager 12 Price Crescent, Hawthorn, aged 68 in 1947, declared that he had lived in Melrose until 1937. He was a grandson of Josiah SLEE of Melrose and his wife, nee Elizabeth REED, a daughter of Ann Reed Application 28572

JACKEL, Erdmann carpenter Tanunda 1851 Memorial 138/32

JACKEL, Erdmann carpenter Gawler 1853 Memorial 412/57

JACKEL, Erdmann farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 413/57

No 1

JACKEL, Johann Gottlieb linked with Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo 1852 Memorial 358/44

JACKEL, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Angaston 1859 Memorial 102/153

JACKEL, Johann Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1872 Application 12445

JACKETT, Clarence James Rowe miller Adelaide linked with William Jackett out of business Adelaide 1922 Memorial 147/486

JACKETT, Francis Perry miller Eudunda 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

No 1 – perhaps the same person

JACKETT, John and William millers Mintaro trading under the style or firm of Jackett Bros 1889 Memorial 58/399

JACKETT, John miller Morgan Co Eyre. Trustee unnamed Church and School Co Young 1900 Grant Book 65 Page 289 County Young

JACKLING, Joseph farmer Goolwa 1862 Application 3168

JACKMAN, Alexander Samuel accountant Adelaide 1907[-1909] Memorials 165/456, 88/462

No 1

JACKMAN, Arthur Joseph out of business Glenelg linked with James Wheaton Jackman land agent Glenelg and Sidney Jackman architect Glenelg 1927 Memorial 121/497

JACKMAN, Arthur Joseph out of business Glenelg 1929 Memorial 61/502

JACKMAN, Charles John horticulturalist Mt McKenzie 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JACKMAN, E caterer Adelaide (King William St) 1876 Memorial 201/295

JACKMAN, Ebenezer storekeeper Burnside. Joseph Jackman the Younger mentioned but not described 1886[-1887] Memorial 10/379

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JACKMAN, James labourer Willunga 1843[-1844] Memorial 144/3

JACKMAN, James stonemason Gawler 1849[-1850] Memorial 419/16 Builder Gawler 1850[-1855] Memorial 146/28 He apparently established the Greenock Arms, Greenock 1850 Memorial 147/28

JACKMAN, James publican Greenock Creek 1854 Sale of the public house know as the Greenock Arms to Martin H SHUTT storeeeker Tanunda for £850 'to be paid whenever the said Jackman shall be able to make a good title and shall tender the same to the said Shütt'. In the meantime, Schütt had to pay £32/10/- a quarter in lieu of either rent or interest. The point of contention with the title concerned 'so much of the land thereto attached as lies on the west side of the road usually travelled in front of the said house containing about 2 acres. The words 'road in front of the said House' is meant to be understood the substitute road usually travelled and not the Government Road which is at preset closed up' Memorial 150/75

JACKMAN, James storekeeper Greenock 1855 Memorial 467/83

JACKMAN, James builder Gawler 1855 Greenock land sale Memorial 300/84

JACKMAN, James innkeeper Greenock, made his will before leaving for New Zealand early in 1855. He left his estate to his wife, Aviss Jackman nee WEBB, in trust for life, then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Dr Dean of Angaston told him shortly before his departure that he was consumptive and had only a couple of years at the most to live. The family never heard from their husband and father again, despite advertising in the newspapers etc. A John HOGAN of Portland Vic said 15/1/1864 that he would give information upon payment of £2, but said no more when solicitor Charles MANN became suspicious of his intentions 'his letter was an attempt to obtain money for information which would turn out to refer to some other person altogether'. James Jackman's widow said that a Mr WHITTAKER said that her husband died shortly after his arrival in New Zealand, but Mr Whittaker drowned in the wreck Admella. Aviss Jackman full age North Adelaide (Father: George WEBB) remarried to James LANTHOIS carver Bowden (Father: James Lanthois) on 9/11/1863 George LOCKWOOD home North Adelaide (Minister John KITHER). Witnesses: George Lockwood upholsterer North Adelaide and Agnes CROSS of Brompton. Aviss Lanthois wife of Jame Lanthois wood carter Adelaide, died 19/2/1870 cancer of the womb, aged 52. Only one child survived the mother - Sarah Jane HOUSE wife of William HOUSE butcher William House Tynte St North Adelaide. Sarah Jane Jackman born 13/4/1846 Little Para, where her father was a stone mason. Her only sister, Caroline Jackman, died 7/6/1866 Adelaide, of typhoid fever, aged 16. Charlotte BACKHOUSE wife of Joseph Backhouse storeman Archer St North Adelaide, said that she had known the Jackman family since 1846 Application 14655

No 1

JACKMAN, Joseph bootmaker Stepney 1857[-1859] Memorial 270/115

JACKMAN, Joseph bootmaker Norwood 1861[-1864] Memorial 207/173

JACKMAN, Joseph bootmaker The Parade Norwood 1866 Memorial 51/210

JACKMAN, Joseph bootmaker Magill Road 1862 Memorial 134/186

JACKMAN, Joseph bootmaker formerly of Stepney 1857 but now of Norwood 1864 Application 4935

No 2

JACKMAN, Joseph accountant Tarrawatta near Angaston 1868 Memorial 221/234

No 3

JACKMAN, Joseph the Younger caterer Adelaide 1874 Application 13899

JACKMAN, Joseph the Younger caterer Adelaide Stansbury township allotment land grant 1875[-1876] Grant Book 19 Page 462 County Fergusson

JACKMAN, Joseph the Younger caterer Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Fanny Jackman, and Ebenezer JACKMAN grocer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/2/1877 Deposit 125/1877

JACKMAN, Joseph the Younger dining room proprietor Adelaide 1881 Memorial 140/335, Application 18897

JACKMAN, Joseph the Younger caterer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 95/345

No 4

JACKMAN, Joseph the Elder farmer Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 184 County Sturt

JACKMAN & TRELOAR solicitors Bank of Australasia Chambers 75 King William St, Adelaide 1949 Application 28645

JACKMANN, Johann Carl farmer Morgan Co Eyre. Hundred of Lindley land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 192 County Burra

JACKOWSKY, Ludwig bricklayer Norwood 1854 Memorial 309/61

No 1

JACKSON, Alexander blacksmith Kensington 1850[-1863] Memorial 19/27

JACKSON, Alexander blacksmith Kensington and Mary Jackson his wife 1867 Memorial 178/265

JACKSON, Alexander formerly of Bridge St, Kensington now deceased linked with Frederick Jackson blacksmith and Jane Jackson spinster both of Kensington 1873 Memorial 56/268

No 2

JACKSON, Alexander farmer Hawker Co Blachford. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 138 County Not named

No 1

JACKSON, Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 237/102

JACKSON, Alfred Union Bank of Australia branch manager Otago, New Zealand 1857 He owned land in Beaumont Memorial 35/130

No 2

JACKSON, Alfred hotelkeeper Vine Inn Glen Osmond 1904 Memorial 142/450

JACKSON, Ann widow Salisbury 1882 Application 19555

JACKSON, Arthur Levett accountant Kapunda 1861 Memorial 261/173

No 1

JACKSON, Benjamin yeoman Bowden 1854[-1855] Memorial 72/63

JACKSON, Benjamin yeoman Section 3028 Hundred of Yatala 1858 Memorial 260/137

JACKSON, Benjamin Thomas wheelwright Gawler 1877[-1886] Memorial 240/299, Application 21009

No 1

JACKSON, Charles Henry William diver Murray Bridge 1878 Memorial 74/306

JACKSON, Charles Henry William diver formerly of Murray Bridge now of Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16853

JACKSON, Clarice Myrtle spinster Strathalbyn 1916 Memorial 53/474

JACKSON, Dora Elizabeth Huntington widow Gawler East also referred to as of Finnis St, Gawler 1954 Memorial 49/529

No 1

JACKSON, Edward Frederick labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 339 County Daly

JACKSON, Edward Frederick farm labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1915 Grant Book 14 Page 340 County Daly

JACKSON, Ellen Sophia widow Henley Beach Road, Mile End 1912 Memorial 155/467
No 1

JACKSON, Enoch Algernon farmer Lyndoch Valley 1843 Memorial 426/2

JACKSON, Enoch Algernon teamster Mintaro 1856[-1857] Memorial 272/112

JACKSON, Enoch Algernon licensed victualler Salisbury 1857[-1878] Memorial 106/128

JACKSON, Enoch Algernon licensed victualler Salisbury, died 23/6/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Ann Jackson widow Salisbury 1883 to settle his £400 estate Memorial 131/346

No 1

JACKSON, Francis Lean butcher Nairne 1910 Memorial 206/462

JACKSON, Francis Lean butcher Nairne and Margery Ann Jackson his wife 1927 Application 27601

JACKSON, Francis Lean butcher Nairne , died 5/2/1933 Woodside. Father of Frank Farrington Jackson butcher Nairne. Estate worth £3,642 Memorial 17/517

JACKSON, Francis Lean butcher Nairne, died 5/2/1933. He left his real estate in trust for life for his wife, Margery Ann Jackson, then to their son, Frank Farrington Jackson butcher Nairne absolutely in remainder expectant. Margery Ann Jackson died 29/1/1940 Magill Application 28314

JACKSON, Frank Farrington butcher Nairne 1938 Memorial 111/512

No 1

JACKSON, Frederick blacksmith Kensington linked with Emily Jackson spinster Kensington 1873[-1876] Memorial 56/268

No 2

JACKSON, Frederick Clerk in Holy Orders Newton upon Rawcliffe North Riding Yorks, England, power of attorney to Joseph James STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/9/1894 Deposit 84/1894

JACKSON, Sarah Ann wife of Frederick Jackson Clerk in Holy Orders Newton upon Rawcliffe North Riding Yorks, England, power of attorney to Joseph James STUCKEY solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 18/11/1891 Deposit 22/1892

No 1

JACKSON, Frederick Gleduille life insurance agent Pt Lincoln 1932[-1942] RPA Search 316

JACKSON, Frederick Gleduille formerly life insurance agent Pt Lincoln but now storekeeper Pulteney St, Adelaide 1942 Memorial 184/516

No 1

JACKSON, George yeoman in the vicinity of the Sturt River 1849 Memorial 210/14

No 2

JACKSON, George storekeeper Cradock Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 28 Page 27 County Granville

JACKSON, George storekeeper Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 10 County Blachford

JACKSON, George and Thomas Dennis general storekeepers Waukaringa and Wonoka under the style or firm of Jackson Bros 1880. Apparently linked with William Jackson of Willunga, who died 1859. His widow, Jane Jackson, was still living at Willunga in 1880. Jane A ROWE witness no description could be a member of this family?? Memorials 47 & 144/325

No 3

JACKSON, George farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 235 County Gawler

No 1

JACKSON, Henry chemist Kapunda 1868 Application 9451

JACKSON, Henry chemist Main St, Kapunda Co Light. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 318 County Victoria

JACKSON, Henry chemist Kapunda 1880[-1882] Memorial 111/325

JACKSON, Henry chemist Kapunda, died 12/10/1912. Father of Ida Violet KNOX widow Kapunda Memorial 129/468

No 2

JACKSON, Henry wellsinker Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 154 County Manchester

No 1

JACKSON, Henry Farrington butcher Nairne 1881 Memorial 241/330

JACKSON, Henry Farrington butcher Nairne, died 19/5/1891. Executor; his son John Brokelbank Jackson butcher Strathalbyn. His widow, Sarah Ann Jackson of Nairne, died 10/12/1909. Mother of Inkerman Farrington Jackson grazier Mt Barker and John Brokelbank Jackson auctioneer Strathalbyn Memorials 167 & 168/462

JACKSON, Herrick Edmunds hotelkeeper Salisbury 1950 Application 28762

No 1

JACKSON, Hugh saddler Narracoorte 1871 Memorial 100/255

JACKSON, Hugh and Douglas MCLEOD saddlers Narracoorte formerly trading under the style or firm of Jackson & McLeod 1874 Memorial 153/277

No 2

JACKSON, Hugh carpenter Robe 1903 Application 24562

JACKSON, Hugh coffee palace proprietor Robe S-E 1919 Memorial 128/479

JACKSON, Hugh carpenter Robe S-E, died 29/10/1921 Millicent intestate. Husband of Martha Christiana Jackson Memorial 36/491

JACKSON, Inkerman butcher Strathalbyn 1883[-1884] Memorial 108/351

JACKSON, Inkerman Farrington of Mt Barker, died 26/10/1924 intestate. Husband of Florence Catherine Jackson. Father of Ida Florence Pearl CHAPMAN married woman Mt Barker, Cecil Farrington Jackson spinster Mt Barker, Inkerman Farrington Bruce Jackson butcher Mt Barker, and Harry Max Farrington Jackson motor car driver M t Barker. Florence Catherine Jackson died 28/10/1946. Mother-in-law of Jack Dudley Chapman business manager Mt Barker Memorials 72 & 73/523

JACKSON, Irene Alberta spinster Strathalbyn 1916 Memorial 41/475

No 1

JACKSON, James founder Mt Barker. Trustee Congregational Chapel Mt Barker 1857 Memorial 128/120

JACKSON, James formerly of Mt Barker but then founder Melbourne Vic by 1884 Application 20190

No 2

JACKSON, James surgeon Mt Gambier 1871[-1875] Memorial 24/257

JACKSON, James surgeon Mt Gambier Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1886 Grant Book 30 Page 280 County Grey

No 1

JACKSON, James Girling gentleman Macclesfield 1842[-1844] Memorial 292/2

JACKSON, James Girling farmer Macclesfield linked with Mary Ann Jackson widow Woodside Farm near Macclesfield 1861 Memorial 230/178

JACKSON, James G accountant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Memorial 103/383

JACKSON, Jane widow Willunga 1881 Memorial 189/331

No 1

JACKSON, John Master of the barque Somersetshire now lying at anchor at Pt Adelaide 1839. He bought 6 allotments of land at Kensington, which he sold again in 1847, his address then being Copenhagen Place, Limehouse, St Anne’s parish, Middlesex, England Application 21996

JACKSON, John master mariner Copenhagen Place, Limehouse, St Anne's parish, Middlesex, England, sold land in Kensington 1847 Memorial 257/9

No 2

JACKSON, John gentleman Radcliffe Tce, Goswell Road, Middlesex, England 1841[-1853] Deposit 135/1854

JACKSON, John gentleman late of Radcliffe Tce, Goswell Road, Middlesex, England, but now of Kew, Surrey, England, power of attorney to Thomas MCLAREN draper Hindley St, Adelaide, to sell various allotments in the township of Noarlunga 15/11/1853 Deposit 159/OA

No 3

JACKSON, John cabinetmaker North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 310/61

No 4

JACKSON, John labourer Magill 1862 Memorial 99/183

JACKSON, John labourer Magill 1864 Application 5133

No 5

JACKSON, John farmer Salisbury 1866[-1874] Memorial 22/210

JACKSON, John builder Salisbury 1869 Memorial 245/238

JACKSON, John storekeeper Salisbury 1871 Memorial 175/252

JACKSON, John builder Salisbury 1876 Application 15417

JACKSON, John formerly of Salisbury but then of Fullarton, died c 1894. Father of John James Jackson builder Fullarton and Benjamin Jackson builder Goodwood Memorial 238/422

JACKSON, John of Fullarton, died 17/9/1894. Executors: John James Jackson builder Frewville and Benjamin Jackson builder New Hindmarsh Memorial 197/426

No 6

JACKSON, John, Robert and William farmers St Kitts Hundred of Belvidere land grant 1866 Grant Book 44 Page 28 County Light

JACKSON, John farmer near Truro Chairman of the Belvidere District Council 1882 Application 18971

No 7

JACKSON, John clerk Pt Pirie 1887 Memorial 35/385

No 1

JACKSON, John Alexander Colonial Secretary Adelaide, and Marie Anne, his wife 1842. Memorial 170/1 Memorial 407/10

JACKSON, John Alexander Esquire barrister at law formerly of Adelaide but now of the Middle Temple, London, England 1851 Memorial 349/51

No 1

JACKSON, John Brokelbank butcher Strathalbyn 1891[-1899] Application 22147

JACKSON, John Brokelbank auctioneer Strathalbyn 1902[-1910] Memorial 114/446

JACKSON, John Brokelbank auctioneer and butcher Strathalbyn 1919 Application 26759

JACKSON, Sarah widow Strathalbyn, died 9/10/1940. Mother of John Reginand Jackson licensed bookmaker and Clarice Myrtle STIRLING married woman both of Strathalbyn Memorial 43/515

JACKSON, John Henry mason Adelaide (Wirriga House, Rundle St) 1913 Memorial 127/491

No 1

JACKSON, John James builder Adelaide 1876 Application 15160

JACKSON, John James builder Fullarton and JACKSON, Benjamin builder Goodwood 1894 Application 22804

JACKSON, John James builder Frewville 1896 Memorial 74/428

JACKSON, John James builder Fullarton Estate 1896 Memorial 225/428

JACKSON, John William tailor Petersburg Hundred of Yongala land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 205 County Dalhousie

JACKSON, Joseph miner Gawler Plains 1848[-1854] Memorial 223/13

JACKSON, Margery Ann of 6 Wellington Road, Maylands, died 29/1/1940 Memorial 112/514

JACKSON, Mary Elizabeth spinster Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 355 County Victoria

JACKSON, Norman manufacturer Adelaide 1910 Memorial 157/463

No 1

JACKSON, Peleg Whitford gentleman Adelaide, co partner with Henry HILL, Jasper Bingham MEIGS, and William Benjamin ROUNSEVELL mail contractors, coach proprietors, livery stable keepers Adelaide, sale to Henry Robert FULLER Esquire MP Adelaide, of his share of the business 18/8/1868 Deposit 196/1868

JACKSON, Peleg Whitford gentleman Melbourne Vic about to marry Anna CHAMBERS spinster Adelaide, daughter of the late James Chambers formerly sheep farmer Adelaide now deceased 1869 Memorial 142/243

JACKSON, Peleg Whitford gentleman North Brighton and Anna Jackson his wife nee CHAMBERS. Probably a family link with Hugh Chambers auctioneer Adelaide 1891 Memorial 22/411

No 1

JACKSON, Richard of Kensington 1854 Memorial 460/63

No 2

JACKSON, Richard shoemaker Portland Estate 1859 Memorial 83/161

No 3

JACKSON, Richard Methodist minister McLaren Vale 1912[-1915] Memorial 199/467, Application 26429

No 4

JACKSON, Richard carpenter Lameroo. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 35 County Chandos

No 1

JACKSON, Robert of Mt Barker 1862 Application 3636

No 2

JACKSON, Robert and William farmers Truro 1864[-1869] Memorial 143/196

JACKSON, Robert farmer near Government Well 1885 Memorial 136/364

JACKSON, Robert farmer Government Well Hundred of Neales 1885 Memorial 75/368

JACKSON, Robert farmer Neales Flat 1887 Memorial 56/387

JACKSON, Robert farmer Hundred of Neales 1890 Memorial 240/404

JACKSON, Robert of Broken Hill NSW 1889 Memorial 224/398

JACKSON, Robert farmer Sutherlands Hundred of Neales land grant 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

JACKSON, Robert Gardner wool sorter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 132/5 Of Walkerville 1846 Memorial 199/6

No 1

JACKSON, Rose widow Kilkerran, relict of the late Samuel Jackson no description 1880 Memorial 75/326

JACKSON, Rose of Kilkerran [Mrs Samuel Jackson nee Rose CLEARY} Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 168a County Fergusson

No 1

JACKSON, Samuel Somerville gentleman Macclesfield, died c1862 intestate. His family included his widow, Mary Ann Jackson of Woodside Farm near Macclesfield and his eldest son and heir at law, James Girling Jackson farmer Macclesfield Memorial 90/184

JACKSON, Mary Ann widow formerly of Woodside near Macclesfield Hundred of Macclesfield land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 368 County Hindmarsh

JACKSON, Mary Ann widow and JACKSON, James Girling farmer Macclesfield, relict and eldest son respectively of the late Samuel Somerville Jackson gentleman Woodside Farm near Macclesfield 1865 Application 6257

No 1

JACKSON, Thomas of Haggerston married Harriet BARTON of Hackney on 10/1/1832 at St Mary’s Haggerston. He was a naval officer in the East India Company Service, at least later, when their son, Samuel Jackson, was born 16/2/1834 at Colabah, Bombay Presidency,, and baptised in the Anglican Church there on 25/5/1834 by Chaplain D Young. He must have been the second son. The eldest son, Thomas Barton Jackson farmer Leighton Grove Kentish Town, Middlesex, died 23/11/1857, of 4 years’ diabetes, aged 25. Their father, Thomas Jackson Jackson, Officer in the East India Service retired, now of 50 St Augustine Road, Camden New Town, found dead 28/11/1867 intestate, of asphyxia from covering the face with the bed clothes, aged 76 1881 Application 18761

No 2

JACKSON, Thomas the Elder married Elizabeth nee ? on 19/1/1843 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. The Jacksons settled at Payneham, where their eldest son and heir, Thomas Francis Jackson the Younger, was born 6/7/1846. No other children survived infancy. Thomas Jackson the Elder made a trip to England in 1853, taking the deeds to his Payneham land with him, which he lost. Thomas Jackson the Elder died 22/3/1880 Destitute Asylum intestate, Adelaide. By 1891, Thomas Francis JACKSON the Younger was a carter of Dean near Ballarat Vic. His mother, Elizabeth Jackson, remarried to George Shipton farmer Dean and later Clunes near Ballarat Vic Application 21999

JACKSON, Thomas labourer Payneham and his infant son Thomas Francis Jackson 1847 Memorial 183/8

JACKSON, Thomas farmer Payneham 1874 Memorial 205/271

JACKSON, Thomas Francis carter Clunes Vic but at present on a visit to Adelaide owned land at Payneham 1881 Memorial 192/328

No 3

JACKSON, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1849 Memorial 479/14

JACKSON, Thomas of Tam O'Shanter Land 1853 Memorial 256/83

JACKSON, Thomas yeoman Tam O'Shanter Belt 1854 Memorial 264/64

No 4

JACKSON, Thomas hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) 1861 Memorial 319/177

JACKSON, Thomas of 25 Rundle St, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 37/201

JACKSON, Thomas the Elder farmer Windsor 1880 Memorial 23/321

JACKSON, Thomas formerly of Windsor but now of Kent Town 1887 Memorial 64/388

JACKSON, Thomas formerly hairdresser Adelaide (Rundle St) but now out of business Kent Town 1886 Memorial 72/384

No 5

JACKSON, Thomas wheelwright Gawler 1877 Memorial 240/299

No 6 - probably the same person

JACKSON, Thomas Dennis storekeeper Waukaringa 1878 Memorial 214/310

JACKSON, Thomas JP storekeeper Cradock 1881 Memorial 86/334

JACKSON, Thomas Dennis storekeeper Cradock 1881 Memorial 189/331

No 1

JACKSON, Thomas Jackson gentleman 5 Lonsdale Tgce, Barnes, Surrey, power of attorney to Messrs Atkinson & Andrews solicitors King William St, Adelaide, to manage his farms and other estates at Pt Gawler and the North Arm 23/2/1857 Deposit 291/0A

JACKSON, Thomas Jackson gentleman 33 Leighton Grove, Kentish Town, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Ray BOUCAUT Esquire Sarnia House, near Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs, mostly in the Pt Gawler and North Arm regions 10/5/1860. He had put his son, Samuel Jackson, in charge in 1859 Deposit 315/0A

JACKSON, Walter gardener Kangarilla 1935 Application 27996

No 1

JACKSON, William labourer Brompton 1851 Memorial 303/36

No 2

JACKSON, William labourer Noarlunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 341/38

JACKSON, William farmer Willunga 1852 Memorial 277/41

JACKSON, William farmer The Grange near Willunga Hundred of Willunga, died c1859. He left his entire estate in trust to hs wife, Jane Jackson, for life or during her widowhood. Then the estate to be sold and distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the children of W Jackson Memorial 109/159

JACKSON, William died 14/10/1859. In 1878, his widow, Jane Jackson, lived at Willunga. Children - Thomas Dennis Jackson storekeeper Waukaringa eldest son and heir at law, John Philipson Jackson livery stable keeper Jamestown, Jane Ann ROWE widow Willunga, Charles Jackson farmer Wandearah, Joseph Jackson contractor Wellington East, Agnes SROUT wife of Thomas Strout farmer Meningie, George Jackson storekeeper Winnininnie, Sarah PORTER wife of John Warwick Porter police trooper Winnininnie, and Isabella ROWE wife of Henry Rowe teamster Kadina 1878 Memorial 214/310

JACKSON, William farmer The Grange Willunga, died c1859. His wife, Jane Jackson, to have his estate in trust for life, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant if she died or remarried. Mrs Jackson said that none of her children had married when her husband died. In 1887, Thomas Dennis Jackson had turned 52 in January 1887, John Phillipson Jackson had turned 51 in June 1886, Jane Anne Jackson had turned 48 in December 1885, Charles Jackson had turned 46 in June 1886, Joseph Jackson had turned 44 in February 1887, Agnes Jackson had turned 42 in November 1886, George Jackson had turned 38 in June 1886, Sarah Jackson had turned 37 in March 1887, and Isabel Jackson had turned 34 in November 1886. In 1878, Thomas Denis Jackson and George Jackson had traded as storekeepers under the style or firm of Jackson Bros at Waukaringa and Wonoka Application 21123

No 3

JACKSON, William farmer Macclesfield 1853[-1858] Memorial 490/48

JACKSON, William labourer near Macclesfield 1860 Application 1520

No 4

JACKSON, William watchmaker Willunga 1855 Memorial 235/131

JACKSON, William watchmaker Willunga. Hundred of Willunga land grant 1855 Grant Book 1 Page 275 County Adelaide

No 5

JACKSON, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 399/90

JACKSON, William labourer Queenstown 1856 Memorial 34/98

JACKSON, William carter Portland Estate 1857 Memorial 233/126

JACKSON, William carter Queenstown 1858 Memorial 111/145

JACKSON, William formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 82/161

No 6

JACKSON, William and JACKSON, Robert farmers Truro 1865 Application 6205

No 7 – probably the same person

JACKSON, William contractor Lowrie Range Co Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1865 Grant Book 50 Page 22 County Robe

JACKSON, William farmer Guichen Bay 1870 Application 11096

No 8

JACKSON, William farmer Magpie Creek Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

JACKSON, William farmer Koolunga 1886 Memorial 69/376

No 9

JACKSON, William farmer near Mannum 1885 Memorial 149/365

No 10

JACKSON, William farmer Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1891 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

No 11

JACKSON, William butcher Adelaide 1901 Memorial 215/443

No 12

JACKSON, William drainage ganger Malaya Tce, Berri, aged 67 in 1960, declared that he was the son of Mortimer Theophilos Jackson of Salisbury Application 29387

JACKSON, William Henry gentleman Mintaro 1854 Memorial 245/71

JACKSON, William Samuel railway labourer North Kensington 1870 Application 10889

JACKWAY, Charles Edward of Currency Creek 1856 Memorial 126/112

No 1

JACKWAY, Enoch farmer McLaren Vale 1853[-1856] Hundred of Goolwa land grant Memorial 354/67

JACKWAY, Enoch farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Pt Elliot 1856 Memorial 299/112

JACKWAY, Enoch of Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 112/444

No 1

JACOB, Andrew labourer Adelaide 1839 Yeoman Adelaide 1849 Application 27433

JACOB, Andrew yeoman Adelaide 1849 Memorial 500/18

JACOB, Ann spinster Hutt River 1849 Memorial 193/14 Likely to be a relative of William Jacob Esquire Moorooroo 1850 Memorial 471/22, Application 21071

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JACOB, Carl farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 61/112

JACOB, Carl Gottlob Gustav mason Stockwell 1859 Memorial 332/160

JACOB, Carl Gottlob Gustav formerly farmer Tanunda 1856 but now mason Stockwell 1866 Application 7436

JACOB, Charles farmer near Nairne 1890 Application 21927

No 1

JACOB, James tanner New Hamburgh 1856[-1879] Memorial 257/98

JACOB, James farmer New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn 1863[-1890] Memorial 216/187

JACOB, James farmer New Hamburg 1894 Application 25003

JACOB, James tanner New Hamburgh near Strathalbyn, died 31/10/1895 Memorial 60/452

JACOB, James yeoman Strathalbyn 1895 Memorial 23/425

JACOB, Johanne Henriette widow Siegersdorf near Tanunda 1860 Memorial 112/165

No 1

JACOB, John and Joseph KEYNES Esquires Woodlands 1850 Memorial 356/29

JACOB, John Esquire The Woodlands Co Stanley 1850[-1853] Memorial 471/22

JACOB, John stockholder Woodlands near Penwortham 1851 Memorial 484/56

JACOB, John Esquire Penwortham 1853 Memorial 123/162

JACOB, John Esquire Woodlands near Penwortham Co Stanley 1854 Memorial 377/64

JACOB, John Esquire Hutt River 1860 Memorial 39/162

JACOB, John gentleman Woodlands near Penwortham 1862 Application 3193

JACOB, John JP Woodlands Sevenhill 1863 Memorial 194/187

JACOB, John sheep farmer formerly of the North Rhine 1854 but now of Woodlands 1864. He appeared to be in partnership with Joseph KEYNES of the North Rhine Application 5305

JACOB, John Esquire North Adelaide, in partnership with Joseph KEYNES sheep farmer North Rhine, power of attorney to Arthur KING Esquire Watervale, to manage his SA business affairs 2/10/1865 Deposit 54/1866

No 2

JACOB, John manager ES & A Bank Quorn branch 1880 Memorial 198/327

JACOB, John the Younger bank manager Kapunda 1895 Memorial 81/424

JACOB, John the Younger Secretary to Bagot, Shakes and Lewis 8 King William St, Adelaide 1901 Application 24307

No 3

JACOB, John of Mt Gambier linked with William Jacob and Mary Elizabeth Jacob formerly Mary BAGOT 1881 Memorial 3/342

JACOB, John clerk of the local court Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 41/381

JACOB, John gentleman formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 71/399

No 4

JACOB, John labourer Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 75/370

No 5

JACOB, John the Younger accountant Adelaide 1902 Memorial 176/446

JACOB, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1854 New Hamburgh allotment purchase Memorial 118/78

No 1

JACOB, William Esquire Moorooroo Creek 1846 Memorial 282/27

JACOB, William Esquire Moorooroo 1854 Memorial 30/73

JACOB, William Esquire Morooroo and his wife Mary Elizabeth nee Bagot, had the following family - Charles Bagot Jacob died 30/10/1873, aged 29, Mary Jacob (Still alive 1887), John Christopher Jacob Esquire Mt Gambier (still alive 1887), and another male child which died in infancy 1886 Application 21071

No 1

JACOB, William Edwards police trooper Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1887 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

JACOB, William Edwards licensed victualler Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 255 County Daly

No 1

JACOB, William Frederic auctioneer Terowie 1883 Memorial 10/351

JACOB, WIlliam Frederic agent formerly of Terowie but now of Adelaide 1888 Memorial 201/394

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JACOB, William Frederic accountant Adelaide 1890[-1906] Memorial 51/403, Application 22805

JACOB, WF accountant Osborne St, Hackney and Rosa Sarah Jacob his wife 1908 Application 25529

JACOB, William F accountant Hackney 1914 Memorial 183/473

JACOB, William Frederic accountant Adelaide (Pirie St) 1921 Memorial 59/484

JACOB, William Frederic accountant Hackney and Rosa Sarah Jacob his wife 1925 Memorial 165/494

JACOBI, Albert farmer Sevenhill Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 621 County Frome

JACOBI, F clerk to JT BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 330/85

No 1

JACOBI, Frederick yeoman Section 112 near the Sturt River 1850 Memorial 210/21

No 2

JACOBI, Friedrich merchant Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 42/20

JACOBI, Wilhelm Hermann farmer Culburra. Hundred of Coneybeer land grant 1913 Grant Book 6 Page 11 County Buccleuch

JACOBS, Alexander shepherd Adelaide 1861. He could not write Application 2089

JACOBS, Alfred Caesar farmer Willowie linked with Charles William Jacobs farmer Willowie 1895 Memorial 215/425

JACOBS, Andrew farmer Waterloo Plains near Kapunda 1855[-1857] Memorial 187/93

JACOBS, Carl Gottlieb Gustav mason Stockwell Co Light. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

No 1

JACOBS, Charles clothier Adelaide (Hindley St) 1845 Memorial 382/5

JACOBS, Charles [formerly clothier Adelaide but now] storekeeper Gawler 1850[-1853] Memorial 370/19

JACOBS, Charles storekeeper formerly of Gawler but now of Adelaide 1858 Memorial 254/136

JACOBS, Charles storekeeper Adelaide 1852[-1855] Memorial 86/44 Co Light land purchase 1854 Memorial 167/66

JACOBS, Charles merchant Adelaide 1857 Memorial 129/129

JACOBS, Charles importer Adelaide 1859 Application 773

JACOBS, Charles of Adelaide leased No 17 Rundle St, Adelaide 1864 Memorial 64/196

JACOBS, Charles storekeeper North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 142/208

No 2

JACOBS, Charles mason Gawler 1859[-1861] Memorial 326/151

JACOBS, C mason Gawler 1865 Application 6680

JACOBS, Charles and Michael Charles gentlemen Adelaide 1877 Memorial 165/301

No 3

JACOBS, Charles farmer Woodside and Elizabeth Jacobs his wife, formerly Elizabeth HAWKINS widow of the Onkaparinga 1878. Mention of a Henry Jacobs no description Application 16975

JACOBS, Charles farmer Woodside 1919 Application 26749

No 4

JACOBS, Charles woodcarter Stirling East 1906 Memorial 22/455

JACOBS, Charles formerly labourer but then out of business Stirling West, died 28/3/1950 Memorial 54/525

No 1

JACOBS, Edward farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

JACOBS, Edward farmer Wandearah. Trustee Institute Wandearah Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1894 Grant Book 60 Page 328 County Victoria

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

JACOBS, Edward farmer Hundred of Wandearah son of the late James Jacobs and Harriet Jacobs his wife still surviving 1899 Memorial 28/437

JACOBS, Egmond farmer Hundred of Eba 1891 Memorial 28/411

JACOBS, Ellen Jane married woman Molong NSW, died c1895 Memorial 242/424

JACOBS, Frederick boilermaker Willaston and Sophia Elizabeth Jacobs his wife 1918 Application 26670

JACOBS, George Walker printer and stationer Adelaide trading under the style or firm of JH SHERRING & Co 1904 Memorial 41/452

No 1

JACOBS, George Henry bacon curer Mt Barker. Trustee Dunn Memorial Methodist Church Mt Barker 1922 Application 27087

JACOBS, George Henry bacon curer Mt Barker, aged 58 in 1936, declared that he had lived in the district all his life Application 28052

No 1

JACOBS, Heinrich Burchard Theodor farmer Lyndoch Valley 1852[-1853] Memorial 434/40

JACOBS, Heinrich Burchard Theodor farmer Gnadenfrei 1862 Application 3213

JACOBS, Heinrich Burchard Theodor farmer Apoinga 1873 Memorial 110/270

No 1

JACOBS, Henry farmer Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 284/54

JACOBS, Henry yeoman Hay Valley 1854[-1856] Memorial 231/69

No 2

JACOBS, Henry farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1857 Memorial 251/120

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JACOBS, Henry farmer Cherry Gardens Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 39 Page 82 County Jervois

JACOBS, Henry the Elder farmer Clarendon 1889 Memorial 29/397

JACOBS, Henry farmer Cherry Gardens 1893[-1897] Memorial 137/419

No 1 - probably mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JACOBS, Isaac labourer Cherry Gardens 1841 Application 8134

JACOBS, Isaac stonemason Morphett Vale 1842 Memorial 107/2

JACOBS, Isaac farmer Cherry Gardens 1848[-1859] Cherry Gardens Wesleyan Methodist trustee Memorial 152/13

JACOBS, Isaac the Elder Clarendon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee resigned his trusteeship 1873 Applications 13995/14016

JACOBS, Isaac farmer Thorngate Farm Clarendon member; Kangarilla Wesleyan Methodist Church 1878 Application 16596

JACOBS, Isaac Oliver clerk to the District Council of Lincoln Pt Lincoln 1918 Application 26672

JACOBS, Isabella Cameron widow Mt Compass 1924 Memorial 28/490

No 1

JACOBS, Ivern Anthony quarryman Willunga 1891 Memorial 133/407, Application 22056

JACOBS, Ivern Anthony quarry manager Mintaro 1903 Memorial 130/448

JACOBS, Ivern Anthony quarryman formerly of Willunga now of Mintaro 1906 Application 25199

JACOBS, Ivern Anthony formerly quarryman Willunga then quarry manager Mintaro, died 22/1/1922 Clare. Husband of Isabella Cameron Jacobs. Estate worth £400. By May 1922, Mrs Jacobs had removed to Leederville WA Memorials 188/484 & 102/485

No 1

JACOBS, James quarryman Willunga 1880 Memorial 72/322

JACOBS, James quarryman Beltunga Gully near Willunga, died 11/6/1888. Estate worth £250. He left his estate to his wife, Sarah Jacobs, in trust for life, or until her remarriage, then to his three sons, Ivrne Anthony Jacobs, Lilini Inkerman Jacobs and Jacob Sydney Jacobs, in equal shares. By 1893, Sarah Jacobs had remarried to John Short YOULTON quarryman Willunga Application 27776

JACOBS, John the Younger well sinker Kooringa (Father: John Jacobs the Elder) 1865 Application 26546

No 1

JACOBS, John Andrew sawyer The Tiers 1854 Memorial 39/69

JACOBS, John Andrew (commonly known as John Jacobs) carpenter Stirling East, died 31/7/1874. Father of John Andrew Jacobs labourer Frewville and Charles Jacobs woodcarter Stirling 1906 Memorials 241/454 & 22/455

JACOBS, John William engineer Sydney NSW accepted £325 from Annie ROWLANDS (her share in the estate of her maternal grandfather James CRABBE of North Adelaide) in settlement of a mortgage which George ROWLANDS had taken out with JW Jacobs. Power of attorney to Richard Nevile COLLEY financial agent Morialta Chambers Victoria Square, Adelaide, to ensure that the money is transferred to the account of JW Jacobs 12/10/1886 Deposit 163/1886

No 1

JACOBS, Joseph farmer Echunga 1898 Memorial 46/436

JACOBS, Joseph farmer formerly of Echunga but now of near Bolivar 1908 Memorial 220/458

JACOBS, Joseph farmer of Salisbury, sometimes also described as of near Bolivar 1911 Application 25928

JACOBS, Joseph Francis carrier Melrose 1882 Memorial 123/338

No 1

JACOBS, Keith Errol clerk Pt Lincoln 1927 Memorial 166/496

JACOBS, Keith Errol Elder Smith & Co branch manager Pt Lincoln, aged 44 years in 1951, declared that he had been born in Pt Lincoln and had lived there all his life. In his boyhood, he lived in Liverpool St, Kirton Point Application 28808

JACOBS, Keith Errol Sydney licensed valuer Kadina 1953, declared hat he had been born on 30/3/1906 at Koppio near Pt Lincoln. He lived in Pt Lincoln between 1907-1952. Since 1935, he had worked for Elder Smith & Co Ltd and had much to do with Pt Lincoln allotments and their value. He was good friends with William Kenneth ROBERTSON of the Pt Lincoln Times, who left Pt Lincoln in 1937. KES Jacobs left Pt Lincoln in June 1952 Application 28915

JACOBS, Leslie George labourer 18th St, Gawler West, aged 46 in 1950, declared that he had lived in the area for 46 years Application 28754

JACOBS, M Pt Elliot District Council Chairman 1948 Memorial 41/523

No 1

JACOBS, Michael merchant Adelaide 1876 Memorial 61/289

JACOBS, Michael Charles merchant Adelaide Lucindale (Hundred of Joyce) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 132a County Robe

JACOBS, Michael Charles merchant Adelaide Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 216 County MacDonnell

JACOBS, Michael Charles merchant Adelaide 1881 Application 18671

JACOBS, Michael Charles gentleman Adelaide linked with SJ Jacobs merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 46/410

JACOBS, Norman Vernon accountant Pt Lincoln 1961, a son of the late Isaac Oliver Jacobs, who used to lend out money, and who died 12/12/1954 Application 29420

JACOBS, Samuel Joseph merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 208/406

No 1

JACOBS, SJ solicitor Adelaide 1880 Memorial 107/324

JACOBS, Samuel Joshua merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 36/380

JACOBS, Samuel Joshua of Adelaide 1901. Director of the SA Brewing Company Ltd Application 24251

JACOBS, Samuel Joshua merchant Victoria Square, Adelaide 1908, official liquidator of the Wheal Barton Mining Company, Sections 404, 405 Co Eyre Application 25402

JACOBS, Samuel Joshua merchant Adelaide (Victoria Square) official liquidator of the Wheal Barton Mining Co 1907 Memorial 164/457

JACOBS, Simon labourer Pt Pirie. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 286 County Victoria

JACOBS, True farmer Mt Gamber 1863 Memorial 230/196

JACOBS, Walter butcher Nairne 1909[-1920] Memorial 76/462

No 1

JACOBS, William butcher Aberdeen 1851 Memorial 315/117

No 2

JACOBS, William labourer Stepney 1855 Memorial 240/84
No 3

JACOBS, William splitter and fencer Hynam Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1878 Grant Book 29 Page 253 County MacDonnell

No 4

JACOBS, William farmer Echunga 1879 Memorial 197/315

JACOBS, William farmer Franklin Harbour Cowell (Hundred of Playford) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 39 Page 83 County Jervois

JACOBS, William farmer Cowell trustee School Hundred of Miltalie Hundred of Miltalie land grant 1892 Grant Book 39 Page 134 County Jervois

JACOBS, William farmer formerly of Echunga but now of Franklin Harbour 1885 Memorial 198/372

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

JACOBS, William labourer East Payneham, died 1885. He left his estate in trust for life to his wife, Frances Jacobs, during her lifetime, then to his daughter, Sarah WATKINS and his daughter-in-law, Sarah Jacobs, equally absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 210/390

JACOBS, William labourer East Payneham, died 30/5/1885. His widow, Frances Jacobs, died 18/3/1888. Their daughter, Sarah WATKINS, died 14/11/1890 intestate. Sarah Jacobs widow Norwood was the relict of W Jacobs' unnamed son Memorial 168/407

JACOBS, William labourer East Payneham, died 1885. His estate to his wife, Frances Jacobs, in trust for life, then to his daughter, Sarah WATKINS and his son's wife, Sarah Jacobs, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If both people died before he did, the property to go to the children of Sarah Jacobs. Frances Fanny Jacobs died 20/3/1888, of senile decay, aged 80. Sarah WATKINS washerwoman Norwood, died 13/11/1890 Adelaide Hospital, of leg ulcer, exhaustion and asthenia aged 57 Application 26314

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JACOBSEN, John labourer Alberton 1848 Memorial 116/12

JACOBSEN, John Jacob labourer Alberton 1849 Memorial 198/19 Labourer Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 124/20

JACOBSEN, John Jacob yeoman Alberton 1852 Memorial 264/44

No 1

JACOBSEN, John William shipwright Pt Adelaide 1852[-1859] Memorial 107/43

JACOBSEN, John William [formerly shipwright but now] storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 244/162

JACOBSEN, Johann Wilhelm storekeeper Pt Adelaide 1863 Application 4407

JACOBSEN, William contractor Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 17012

JACOBSON, Charles merchant Adelaide 1855. Enrolment/

JACOBSON, Heinrich of near Tanunda, died 1875 in the Adelaide Hospital. He left his entire estate to Johann SANDER of Tanunda, the executor of the will Memorial 247/283

JACOBY, Daniel restaurant keeper Adelaide (TA 77, 78 Hindley St) 1871[-1879] Memorial 174/256

No 1

JACQUES/JAQUES, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1856[-1876] Memorial 2/98

JACQUES, Joseph builder Adelaide Co Adelaide. Wallaroo (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 4 County Daly

No 1

JACQUES, Robert formerly mason Adelaide 1839 but now builder Thebarton 1876 Application 15363

JACQUES, Robert mason Light’s Village near Adelaide 1839 Application 20942

JACQUES, Robert stone mason Adelaide and Ann Jacques his wife 1847 Memorial 369/9 Of Light’s Village near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 444/12 Bricklayer Thebarton 1849 Memorial 218/15

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JACQUES/JAQUES, Robert labourer Adelaide 1845 Memorial 485/4

No 1

JACQUES, Thomas mason Mt Barker 1839 Mason Encounter Bay 1840 Application 22770

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

JAQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Thebarton 1860 Application 1035

JACQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Thebarton 7-year lease at £100 a year for the Black Lion public house at Hindmarsh from Isaac Hall publican Hindmarsh 1861 Memorial 259/178

JACQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Black Lion Hotel Hindmarsh 1865. The Hindmarsh Oddfellows Lodge met in a room adjacent to the hotel Memorial 161/207

JACQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Black Lion Hindmarsh, died 1873. Husband of Sarah Jacques. Father of Elizabeth Ann DENCH and Mary Jane MOODY. Grandfather of Tom Jacques Moody. Uncle to Jane ARMOUR of Thebarton. Executors; George Mason PEARSON butcher Thebarton (who died before the testator) and George DEW baker Thebarton Memorial 122/264

JACQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Hindmarsh, died 1873. He left his entire estate in varying amounts to his wife, Sarah Jacques, his children, Elizabeth Ann DENCH and Mary Jane MOODY, and his niece, Jane AMOUR of Thebarton Memorial 122/264

JACQUES, Thomas licensed victualler Hindmarsh, died 19/1/1873. By 1878, the family was disposed thus; Sarah Jacques widow of Thomas Jacques lived at Thebarton. Mary Jane MOODY and her husband, David Moody carter lived at Hindmarsh, and Elizabeth Ann Dench and her husband Thomas Dench gentleman who also lived at Hindmarsh Memorial 122/306

JAQUES, Thomas and Sarah nee ? were married 29/6/1840 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide. They had 5 children - Mary Jane Jaques born 26/4/1842 (married 4/11/1860 to David MOODY); Matthew Stephen Jaques born 28/8/1844 died 21/11/1857; Sarah Ann Jaques born 20/7/1846 died 3/6/1848; Elizabeth Ann Jaques born 20/7/1848 (married 10/1/1866 Thomas DENCH); and Louisa Sarah Jaques born 20/7/1851 died 1/12/1851. Thomas Jaques licensed victualler Hindmarsh, died 19/1/1873. He left an estate worth £500. His niece Jane ARMOUR of Thebarton to inherit allotments 120, 121 at Thebarton. The executors to sell the rest of the estate and invest the money in mortgage properties. Daughters Mary Jane Jaques and Elizabeth Ann Jaques to have a £50 trust fund each from the money to draw the income until the estate was wound up. The rest of the money to be invested to raise money for the widow Sarah Jaques for life. She could also choose what she wanted from the personal estate to use for the rest of her life. Then the whole estate to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally for the benefit of the children. The widow, Sarah Jaques, died 18/4/1894. By 1902, Elizabeth Ann Dench wife of Thomas Dench formerly wool sorter Hindmarsh now of Kalgoorlie WA, her sister Mary Jane MOODY widow Hindmarsh, and the latter's son Tom Jaques MOODY advertising agent Glen Osmond Rd, Fullarton, had fallen out over the division of the estate, which the Supreme Court had to settle on 23/6/1902. David Moody labourer Wright Court off Wright St, Adelaide, had died 13/7/1887, of rheumatism, several years' heart disease and epilepsy, aged 45 Application 24470

JAQUES, Sarah widow Richard St, Hindmarsh, died 18/4/1894. Mother of Elizabeth Ann DENCH of Kalgoorlie WA wife of Thomas Dench woolsorter Hindmarsh and Mary Jane Moody widow Hindmarsh. Tom Jaques Moody advertising agent's clerk Glen Osmond Rd, Fullarton, belonged to this family 1902 Memorial 106/446

JACQUES, Sarah widow Hindmarsh 1882, had arrived in SA during 1838. Amongst her earliest new friends in the colony were Elias HALL and his wife. Her husband had been the publican of the Black Lion Inn, Hindmarsh Application 19251

No 1

JACQUES, William teamster Auburn 1856 Memorial 3/106

No 2

JACQUES, William labourer Hope Valley 1858 Memorial 241/141

JACQUIER, Albert Arthur John driver Alberton and Daisy May Jacquier his wife 1927 Memorial 93/533

No 1

JACQUIER, John Henry labourer Alberton 1911 Memorial 108/464

JACQUIER, John Henry labourer Alberton, died 17/1/1912 intestate. Estate worth £170. Husband of Amy Geraldine Jacquier Memorial 198/466

JACQUIER, John Henry labourer King St, Alberton, died 17/1/1912 intestate and insolvent. His widow, Amy Geraldine Jacquier, died 4/7/1925 Parkside. Probably parents of Albert Arthur John Jacquier driver Alberton (and Daisy May Jacquier his wife) 1927. AAJ Jacquier motor driver 76 King St, Alberton, died 16/5/1948 of a cerebral haemorrhage, aged 56. Born at Alberton. Married at age 21. 2 sons and 2 daughters living. 1 daughter deceased. Daisy May Jacquier widow 76 King St, Alberton, died 18/10/1960 Albert Park Memorials 68/498, 95 & 97, 99/533

JADE, John builder Kent Town Co Adelaide. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 13 County Blachford

No 1

JAECKEL/JÄCKEL, Erdmann carpenter Tanunda 1851[-1853] Memorial 138/32 Carpenter Gawler 1853 Memorial 412/57 JAECKEL/JÄCKEL, Erdmann formerly of Gawler but now farmer Tanunda 1853 Memorial 413/57

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JAECKEL/JÄCKEL, Johann Gottlieb of Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo 1852 Memorial 358/44

JAECKEL/JÄCKEL, Johann Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1858[-1859] Memorial 206/138

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JAEKEL, Gottlieb farmer South Rhine 1863 Memorial 241/189

JAEGER, Adolf saddler Mt Gambier 1862[-1865] Memorial 268/186

JAEGER, Friedrich Harold Emil labourer Kapunda 1957, declared that he had been born on 21/6/1894 and had lived in the town for 17 years Application 29246

JAEGER, Heinrich linked with Sections 121-123 Hundred of Brownlow, Co Eyre 1889 Memorial 198/400

No 1

JAEGER/JAGER/JÄGER, Johann Christian farmer near Tanunda 1856 Memorial 420/97

JAEGER/JAGER/JÄGER, Johann Christian farmer formerly of Tanunda but now of Bethel 1863 Application 3876

JAEGER/JAGER/JÄGER, Johann Friedrich farmer near Truro 1893 Application 22476

JAEHNE/JAHNE/JÄHNE, Ernst farmer Troubridge trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

No 1

JAEHNE/JAHNE, Johann Traugott greengrocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1853 Memorial 474/58

JAEHNE/JAHNE, Johann Traugott farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1856 Memorial 347/100

JAEHNE/JAHNE, Johann Traugott wheelwright Neukirch 1859 Application 1014

JAEKEL/JAKEL/JÄKEL, August farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

JAENISCH, Friedrich Ernst farmer Forster. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1911[-1912] Grant Book 3 Page 4 County Albert

No 1

JAENSCH, Christian the Elder butcher and farmer Hahndorf 1853[-1863] Memorial 74/60

No 2

JAENSCH, Christian the Younger independent means Main St Hahndorf, died 11/10/1917, of broncho-pneumonia and nephritis, aged 90 years Application 27837

No 3 – son of Erdmann Jaensch

JAENSCH, Christian blacksmith Greenock 1908 Application 25503

JAENSCH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Murray Bridge Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 58 Page 217 County Sturt

No 1 – Johann Gottlob Jaensch the Elder and the Younger

JAENSCH, Gottlob farmer Friedrichstadt near Hahndorf 1853 Memorial 476/46

JAENSCH, Gottlob farmer Bremer 1854[-1877] Memorial 24/79

JAENSCH, Gottlob farmer Woodchester. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

JAENSCH, Johann Gottlob [probably the Younger] farmer Murray Bridge 1885 Memorial 8/368

JAENSCH, Gottlob the Elder farmer Hartley 1889 Memorial 205/400

No 1

JAENSCH, Gottlob butcher Hahndorf. Trustee St Michael Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1931 Application 27837

No 1

JAENSCH, Johann Christian Erdmann butcher Hahndorf 1853[-1854] Memorial 74/60

JAENSCH, Johann Christian Erdmann [formerly butcher Hahndorf but then] farmer Nain near Greenock 1863 Application 4140

No 1

JAENSCH, Johann Friedrich Traugott farmer The Bremer 1855 Memorial 5/91

JAENSCH, Johann Friedrich Traugott farmer near Callington Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

JAENSCH, Johann Gottlob farmer Murray Bridge Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 219 County Sturt

JAENSCH, Victor Albert labourer Greenock 1952, declared that the cottage he lived in on Allotment 65 was c90 years old. He had a vegetable garden and poultry run. VA Jaensch had already grubbed out many of the old, unproductive 50-year old fruit trees, but had retained the almonds Application 28790

JAESCHKE, Carl Heinrich and Eduard Jaeschke farmers Appila Yarrowie 1886 Memorial 137/387

No 1

JAESCHKE, Eduard of Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1882[-1885] Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

JAESCHKE, Eduard farmer and grazier Appila Yarrowie, Belton and Eurilpa, declared a bankrupt on 11/11/1892 Memorial 28/418

JAESCHKE, Ernst Johannes farmer Taplin 1942 Memorial 137/516

No 1

JAESCHKE, Johann August farmer Hundred of Younghusband 1886 Memorial 82/378

JAESCHKE, Johann August farmer Sections 42, 51, 52 (1,000 acres) Hundred of Younghusband linked with Johann Samuel Jaeschke farmer Appila Yarrowie 1887 Memorial 156/384

JAESCHKE/JASCHKE/JÄSHCKE, Johann August farmer Hundred of Younghusband Hundred of Younghusband land grant 1891 Grant Book 54 Page 157 County Russell

No 1

JAESCHKE, Johann Dienegott farmer Grünthal 1849[-1852] Memorial 1/34

JAESCHKE, Johann Dienegott farmer Hahndorf 1853 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 63/65

JAESCHKE, Johann Dienegott farmer Hahndorf 1854 Memorial 259/70

JAESCHKE, Johann Dienegott farmer Nain near Greenock 1856[-1862] Memorial 145/111, Application 3126

JAESCHKE, Johann Dienegott farmer Nain near Greenock. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

No 1

JAESCHKE, Johann Friedrich farmer Parrott Hill Hundred of Appila land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 497 County Frome

JAESCHKE, Johann Friedrich wood and coal dealer Adelaide 1881 Memorial 144/335

No 1

JAESCHKE, Samuel farmer Hahndorf 1849. He bought land grant Section 1701 Hundred of Nuriootpa Memorial 311/14

JAESCHKE, Samuel farmer Sections 290 and 315 Moorooroo 1853 Memorial 415/51

JAESCHKE, Samuel farmer Parrot Hill near Angaston 1856 Memorial 335/111

JAESCHKE, Samuel farmer Duck Ponds 1868 Memorial 12/230

JAESCHKE, Johann Samuel farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1877[-1890] Grant Book 24 Page 492 County Frome

JAESCHKE, Johann Samuel farmer Yarrowie Hundred of Appila land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

No 1

JAFFARY, George miner Bowden 1851 Memorial 229/35

JAFFARY, George miner formerly of Bowden but now of Maldon Vic 1866 Memorial 76/209

No 1

JAFFARY, James miner Bowden 1851 Memorial 230/35

JAFFARY, James miner formerly of Bowden but now of Maldon Vic 1866 Memorial 180/219

JAFFERS, John labourer Gawler 1865 Memorial 80/206

No 1

JAFFREY, Adam and Archibald merchants Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851[-1853] Memorial 57/38

JAFFREY, Adam merchant Richmond Road, Barnbury Park, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Archibald Jaffrey merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/8/1853 Deposit 115/OA

JAFFREY, Adam draper formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas 1854 Memorial 438/77 Merchant Richmond Road, Barnsbury Park, London, England 1854 He gave Archibald Jaffrey merchant Adelaide power of attorney over his SA business affairs Memorial 447/77

JAFFREY, Adam merchant Adelaide 1860 Application 1480

JAFFREY, Adam Esquire formerly merchant London, Middlesex, England but now of Enfield 1865 Memorial 249/201

JAFFREY, Adam gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1855 but now of Enfield 1871 Application 11625

JAFFREY, Adam gentleman Adelaide 1889 Application 21673

No 1

JAFFREY, Alexander of pt Section 56 Great South Road. His family included - Catherine Maxwell Jaffrey, Charlotte Jaffrey, Edith Maria Jaffrey and Herbert John Jaffrey 1876 Memorial 155/289

JAFFREY, Alexander gentleman Edwardstown came to live on pt Section 55 Hundred of Adelaide in 1865. Daughter - Catherine Maxwell Jaffrey 31 married Eustace Reveley MITFORD 33 farmer Edwardstown (Father: Eustace Reveley Mitford) on 2/12/1876 St Mary’s Sturt. Witnesses: John S Jaffrey and Charlotte Jaffrey Norwoo. Daughter - Charlotte Jaffrey 25 Edwardstown m Henry Edward Mitford 28 Edwardstown (Father: Eustace Reveley Mitford) on 30/4/1877 St Luke’s Whitmore Square. Daughter - Edith Maria Jaffrey 22 Edwardstown married Henry WHITE widower farmer Fullarton (Father: Charles White) on 15/11/1883 St Mary’s South Road. Witnesses: Fanny GALL ad ER Mitford Edwardstown. By 1885, the ER Mitfords were still farmers Edwardstown, but the Henry Mitfords had moved to farm at Baroota Application 20720

No 1

JAFFREY, Archibald draper Adelaide 1849 Application 19119

JAFFREY, Archibald draper Adelaide 1853 Memorial 257/59

JAFFREY, Archibald merchant Adelaide 1855 Linked with John Smart Jaffrey and William Jaffrey drapers Adelaide Memorial 273/105

JAFFREY, Archibald Esquire formerly draper Adelaide 1854, but now of parts beyond the sea 1857. Enrolment 67/33

JAFFREY, Archibald gentleman Parkside and JAFFREY, Adam gentleman Enfield 1860 Application 1158

JAFFREY, Archibald Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Brighton, Sussex, England and Mary Jaffrey his wife 1873 Memorial 3/300

JAFFREY, Archibald Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England 1876 Memorial 65/292

JAFFREY, Archibald, died 16/3/1893. His family by 1901 was disposed thus; Francis Jaffrey MRCS 8 Queens Ride, Barnes, Surrey, Norman Parr Jaffrey solicitor 8 Queens Ride, Barnes, Surrey, Ida Florence FARR wife of Ernest Farr gentleman St Helliers, Uxbridge Road, Ealing, Middlesex and Lilian Beatrice SMITH wife of Percy Stansfeld Smith member of the London Stock Exchange 4 Ulva Road, Putney, Surrey Memorial 3/444

JAFFREY, Archibald Esquire merchant Adelaide 1854 late Fern Lea 8 Queen's Drive, Barnes, Surrey, England, died 16/3/1893, leaving his estate to his wife, Mary Jaffrey, and his four children in various bequests - Francis Jaffrey MRCS Barnes Surrey, Norman Parr Jaffrey BA and LLB Barnes, Surrey, Ida Florence FARR nee Jaffrey wife of Ernest Farr of Ealing, in England, and Lilian Beatrice SMITH nee Jaffrey wife of Percy Stanfeld Smith stockbroker Putney [his father, William Henry Smith was dead, a former solicitor] The solicitors Henry and Frank RYMILL of Exchange Buildings, Adelaide, were the Jaffrey family's SA attorneys 1899 Application 23862

No 1 – Archibald Fisher Maxwell Jaffrey

JAFFREY, Archibald Maxwell auctioneer Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 29 County Newcastle

JAFFREY, Archibald Fisher Maxwell farmer Quorn 1914 Memorial 81/471

JAFFREY, Archibald Fisher Maxwell farmer Quorn linked with AM Jaffrey estate agent Quorn 1915 Memorial 63/472

No 1

JAFFREY, EA gentleman Wellington East 1870 Memorial 132/248

No 2

JAFFREY, EA of Aberdeen 1876 Memorial 122/289

No 1

JAFFREY, Elias cattle dealer Browhill Creek 1851 Memorial 48/46 Stockholder Brownhill Creek early 1852 Memorial 421/41 Farmer Smith Creek late 1852 Memorial 456/45

JAFFREY, Elias farmer Smith Creek near Gawler 1853 Memorial 326/50

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JAFFREY, Elias cattle dealer Plympton 1853 Memorial 232/57

No 1

JAFFREY, George miner SA 1851 Memorial 98/38

JAFFREY, George miner formerly of Kapunda but now in Victoria 1855 Memorial 197/107

JAFFREY, George miner formerly of Adelaide but now of Sandhurst Vic 1865 Memorial 237/201

No 1

JAFFREY, Henry agent Adelaide 1891 Application 22179

JAFFREY, Henry clerk Adelaide 1892 Application 22252

JAFFREY, Henry clerk Adelaide 1892 Memorial 30/413

JAFFREY, Henry agent Adelaide linked with John Smart Jaffrey gentleman Wattle St, New Parkside 1894 Memorial 48/423

No 1

JAFFREY, John Smart gentleman Adelaide 1872 Application 12363

JAFFREY, John Smart draper Adelaide 1872 Application 12219

JAFFREY, John Smart merchant Unley 1890 Memorial 174/405

JAFFREY, John Smart gentleman Payneham 1891 Application 22038

JAFFREY, John Smart gentleman formerly of Unley but now of Payneham 1903 Memorial 65/449

JAFFREY, Norman Parr gentleman Cliff Lawn, Fowey, Cornwall, England, died 7/4/1920 Memorial 32/482

No 1

JAFFREY, Stephen stockholder Callendale Co Robe 1867 Memorial 38/220

JAFFREY, Stephen sheep farmer Lake Eliza and Mary Jaffrey his wife. S Jaffrey was in partnership with Henry Alfred WOOD Esquire Adelaide carrying on a sheep and cattle farmers under the style and title of Jaffrey and Wood 1875 Memorial 64/281

JAFFREY, Stephen sheep farmer Lake Eliza 1876 Memorial 131/289

JAGGER, Frank Arthur labourer Mt Gambier 1911 Application 25909

No 1

JAGGER, Godfrey slater Adelaide 1853 Memorial 372/57

JAGGER, Godfrey slater Hindmarsh 1853[-1861] Memorial 209/55

JAGGER, Godfrey slater Hindmarsh 1862 Application 2790

JAGGER, Godfrey slater formerly of Adelaide 1853 but now of Hindmarsh 1884 Application 20259

No 1

JAGGER, Matthew farmer Encounter Bay 1843[-1853] Memorial 112/3

JAGGER, Matthew [He could not write] and JAGGER, William farmers Waitpinga 1862 Application 3632

JAGGER, Matthew farmer Cartworth Farm, Encounter Bay 1871 Memorial 132/252

JAGGER, Matthew the Younger labourer Encounter Bay 1874 Application 13913

JAGGER, Matthew the Elder farmer Encounter Bay, died c1876. He could not write. He left many sections of land to his sons, Jim Jagger farmer Mt Gambier and Robert Jagger landholder Encounter Bay. His wife, Jane Jagger, received the house and furnishings, and £50 a year, all for her lifetime. The children of the late William Jagger - Mary Jagger, Matthew Jager, and Willie Jagger - got £100 each when they turned 21. Ann Jane Jagger to get £26 a year after she turned 21. Certain Jagger relatives in Glossop, Co Derby, England to get £50 each. Other people in Yorkshire to get legacies as well. £50 each to the Anglican and Congregational Churches in Victor Harbor. William SENIOR and Ellen GRIBBLE nee Senior to get £100 each. The residue of the estate to William Jagger absolutely Application 18591

JAGGER, Matthew farmer Encounter Bay. Jim Jagger and Robert Jagger mentioned but not described 1876 Memorial 29/290

No 1

JAGGER, Robert farmer Encounter Bay 1853[-1888] Memorial 288/73

JAGGER, Robert farmer Encounter Bay 1900 Application 24076

JAGGER, Robert farmer and JAGGER, Robert Brook sheep farmer both of Encounter Bay 1910 Application 25901

JAGGER, Robert farmer Encounter Bay 1911 Application 25909

JAGGER, Robert farmer Encounter Bay, died 4/6/1914 Victor Harbor. Husband of Martha Jagger. Children - Matthew Jagger farmer Pimpinio Vic, Thomas Senior Jagger farmer Pimpinio Vic and Robert Brook Jagger farmer Encounter Bay, Susan ROGERS, the late Ellen FISHER Memorial 28/472

JAGGER, Robert Brook sheepfarmer Encounter Bay, died 2/7/1953. Father of Buxton Hope Jagger sheepfarmer Encounter Bay, Edith Madgte BARCLAY wife of Aubrey James Keith Barclay dairyfarmer Myponga, Ellen Suse MAYFIELD, Joan Mary Jgger and Nancy Margaret HARKER Memorial 151/528

JAGGER, Thomas Senior farmer Piminio Vic 1934 linked with the estate of the late Robert Jagger formerly farmer Encounter Bay now deceased. Robert Jagger's son, Matthew Jagger farmer Dimboola Road, Horsham Vic, died 27/1/1925 Memorials 1 & 2/508

No 1

JAGGER, William farmer Waitpinga 1865 Memorial 323/201

JAGGER, William farmer Waitpinga, died 22/11/1865. Husband of Julia Jagger formerly Julia GLOVER. Father of Mary Jagger, Ann Jane Jagger, Matthew Jagger and Willy/Willie Jagger. Executors; Robert Jagger and William DEPLEDGE of Encounter Bay. Ann Jane Jagger spinster lived at 34 Frederick St, Unley by 1925 Memorials 19, 20/493

JAGGER, William farmer Waitpinga, died 22/11/1865. Executors: his brother Robert Jagger and also William DEPLEDGE of Encounter Bay. A Section of land each to his four children - Mary Jagger, Ann Jane Jagger, Matthew Jagger and Willy Jagger. His wife, Julia Jagger nee GLOVER, to get the personal estate and the rents from the real estate for life to rear the four children. However, if she remarried, the trustees to take responsibility for the children, and the widow to get £100 (whether as an annual payment or as a lump sum, is not clear). Estate worth £1,282. Julia Jagger 34 widow Encounter Bay (Father: Robert Glover) remarried to Richard THOMPSON 35 widower farmer Waitpinga (Father: Robert Thompson) on 13/90/1870 Victor Harbor Congregational Tabernacle Encounter Bay. Minister: Charles Hodge. Witnesses: John HIGGINS clerk Encounter Bay and Edward TRUELOVE storekeeper Encounter Bay Application 22842

JAGGER, William farmer Waitpinga, died 22/11/1865, of consumption, aged 32. His widow, Julia Jagger 34 Encounter Bay (Father: Robert GLOVER) remarried to Richard THOMPSON 35 widower farmer Waitpinga (Father: Robert Thompson) on 13/9/1870 Cogregational Tabernacle Encounter Bay Minister: Charles HODGE. Witnesses: John HIGGINS clerk Encounter Bay and Edward TRUSLOVE storekeeper Encounter Bay. By 1906, Julia Thompson was a widow of 106 Archer St, North Adelaide. Other people linked with this family in 1906 included Mary JAGGER spinster Marrabel ad Willie JAGGER farmer Waitpinga Application 25243

JAGGER, Willie of Waitpinga Encounter Bay son of Julia THOMPSON of North Adelaide the executrix of the estate of the late Richard Thompson 1903 Memorial 148/449

JAGGER, Willie farmer Waitpinga 1922 Application 27134

No 1

JAGO, Digory storeman Hindmarsh 1855[-1856] Memorial 257/83

JAGO, Digory carrier Black Springs 1864 Memorial 230/192

No 1

JAGO, Henry Wedge farmer Black Springs near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

JAGO, Henry Wedge of Uroonda Co Granville 1886 Memorial 131/385

JAGOE, James carpenter Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 190 County Dalhousie

JAGOE, Minerva a minor The Semaphore Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 294 County Victoria

No 1 - the Elder

JAGOE, Richard the Elder cabinetmaker Adelaide 1865 Application 6057

No 2 - the Younger

JAGOE, Richard the Younger Register shipping reporter Pt Adelaide 1860 Application 1332

JAGOE, Richard the Younger mail agent Semaphore 1875 Application 14106

JAGOE, Richard shipping reporter The Semaphore 1878 Memorial 84/306

JAGOE, Richard gentleman The Semaphore 1879 Grant Book 18 Page 18 County Eyre

JAGOE, Richard shipping reporter Le Fevre Peninsula 1883 Application 20033

JAGOE, Vaughan gas inspector Maylands 1929 Application 27732

JAHN, Adolph Franz Marten hotelkeeper Adelaide (Austral Hotel, Rundle St) 1913 Memorial 43/469

JAHN, Conrad Ludwig Johann August civil servant Adelaide 1882 Application 19275

No 1

JAHN, Heinrich shoemaker Hahndorf 1858 Memorial 328/140

JAHN, Heinrich shoemaker Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

JAHN, Heinrich licensed victualler Blumberg 1862 Memorial 247/185

JAHN, Heinrich [formerly shoemaker Hahndorf but then] licensed victualler Blumberg by 1863 Application 4293

JAHN, Heinrich licensed victualler Adelaide, died c1885. Father of Conrad Jahn telegraph clerk Norwood Memorial 206/430

JAHN, Regina widow Adelaide (Rundle St), died 8/11/1896 Memorial 205/430

JAKOB, Carl farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 61/112

No 1

JAKOWSKY, Carl Ludwig bricklayer Norwood 1854[-1855] Memorial 82/69

JAKOWSKY, Carl Ludwig mason formerly of Marienburg, West Prussia but now of Adelaide 1857 Memorial 76/119

JALEINE, EM articled law clerk Adelaide 1889 Memorial 197/395

JAMES, Abel farmer Balaklava Co Gawler Hundred of Hall land grant 1892 Grant Book 56 Page 224 County Stanley

No 1

JAMES, Alfred licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1879 Memorial 20/315

No 2

JAMES, Alfred gentleman Norwood linked with Charles Pugh James merchant usually of Broken Hill NSW but now of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 75/416

No 3

JAMES, Alfred clerk Adelaide 1897 Memorial 213/430

JAMES, Alfred Warren of the Northern Territory 1876 Memorial 2/289

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, Arthur labourer Yatala township and Martha James his wife 1866[-1877] Memorial 14/212

JAMES, Arthur Absolom labourer Yatala 1877 Application 15914

JAMES, Arthur Stewart station master Stockport on the Gilbert 1929 Application 27751

No 1

JAMES, Artland George agent Yankalilla, aged 65 in 1962, declared he had lived his whole life in the region Application 29495

JAMES, Artland George retired grazier Yankalilla, aged 77 years in 1973, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. He used to spend a geat deal of time as a young man in his early 20s with a Mr SQUIRES, a fisherman who built a cottage on the eastern side of a large sandhill at Normanville. The back door was almost directly against the Bungala Creek, 'where the water was not fit for human consumption, being brackish, but was used to water our livestock'. Geraniums and grey bush grew on the bank. This cottage became a popular place for people to gather around an open fire to spin yarns. 'It was common then for boundaries of farming properties to be taken to be at the centre of a creek and in fact still is in Yankalilla and Normanville areas Application 29899

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, Benjamin labourer Adelaide (South Tce) 1852 Memorial 1/41

JAMES, Benjamin labourer Adelaide 1856 Hundred of Bremer land grant Memorial 153/114

JAMES, Benjamin formerly labourer Adelaide 1856 but now farmer Wattle Gully near Milang 1863. He could not write Application 4017

JAMES, Benjamin farmer near Milang Hundred of Bremer land grant 1871 Grant Book 36 Page 43 County Hindmarsh

JAMES, Benjamin farmer Milang Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 42 County Buckingham

No 2

JAMES, Benjamin gentleman Glenelg 1870 Memorial 35/251

JAMES, Bennett Johns of SA 1851 Memorial 23/31

JAMES, Bennett Johns miller Willunga 1854 Memorial 6/65

No 1

JAMES, Charles yeoman near Clare 1855[-1864] Memorial 428/81

JAMES, Charles labourer Clare 1870 Application 10695

No 2

JAMES, Charles commercial traveller Payneham linked with Thomas James market gardener East Marden 1884 Memorial 91/361

JAMES, Charles commercial traveller East Marden linked with Thomas James gardener East Marden 1887 Memorial 41/385

JAMES, Charles formerly storeman Payneham but now horticulturalist Marden 1904 Memorial 102/452

JAMES, Charles, Charles Grundy James, Thomas White James and William Wearne James gardeners Marden East 1902 Memorial 96/445

JAMES, Charles accountant Payneham Road 1887 Memorial 208/387

JAMES, Charles commercial traveller East Marden 1893[-1897] Memorial 98/418

JAMES, Charles farmer East Marden 1905 Memorial 227/452

JAMES, Charles commercial traveller and viticulturalist Lannydrock East Marden, died c1906. Husband of Emma Trevenen James. Father of Charles Gundy James horticulturalist East Marden, Emma Trevenen PITT, Eliza Gundry DRIDAN, Annie Rowe James, and Lillian Susan Trevenen James Memorial 15/455

JAMES, Emma Trevenen, widow of the late Charles James fruitgrower James St, East Marden, died 6/1/1909, of heart disease, aged 70. Born in St Hilery, Cornwall, England, she had been in SA for 43 years. Married aged 26. 1 son and 3 daughters living; 3 daughters deceased Application 28374

JAMES, Charles Gundry horticulturalist James St, East Marden 1944 Application 28374

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, CWJ clerk Adelaide (Rundle St) 1876 Memorial 112/295

JAMES, CWJ accountant Adelaide 1885 Memorial 88/370

JAMES, Daniel labourer Yatala near Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15736.

No 1

JAMES, David labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 384/40

JAMES, David labourer formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857 Memorial 288/123

No 2 - perhaps the same person

JAMES, David farmer The Sturt late 1852[-1853] Memorial 453/45

JAMES, David farmer Hundred of Munno Para 1853[-1862] Memorial 119/46, Applications 3753

JAMES, David farmer Morn Hill Hundred of Light. He sold land in Section 164 to the trustees (including himself) for the erection of a Morn Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel 1876 Memorial 108/290

No 3

JAMES, David mason Gawler West 1858 Memorial 329/144

JAMES, David mason Gawler 1860 Applications 3723

No 4

JAMES, David farmer Templers Hundred of Light land grant 1861 Grant Book 44 Page 176 County Light

No 5

JAMES, David smelter Dawesley 1867 Memorial 239/223

JAMES, David smelter formerly of Dawesley 1867 but now of Bendigo Vic 1871 Application 11187

No 6

JAMES, David farmer Willaston 1881 Application 18436

No 7

JAMES, David gentleman Kapunda 1885 Application 20764

JAMES, David gentleman Kapunda 1893 Memorial 86/419

JAMES, David Ludwig returned soldier Kapunda 1923 Memorial 131/488

No 1

JAMES, Edward miner Adelaide took over the remainder of a 11-year lease of the City Bridge Hotel Hindley St 1852 Memorial 220/45

JAMES, Edward miner formerly of Adelaide but now of the colony of Victoria [probably Castlemaine] assigned the lease of the City Bridge Hotel Hindley St 1853 Memorial 154/59

JAMES, Edwin gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 242/61

JAMES, Elizabeth widow Parkside 1896 Memorial 37/428

JAMES, Emma Rebecca Richardson married woman Kooringa 1917 Application 26589

No 1

JAMES, Evan merchant Kapunda and Catherine Elizabeth James his wife 1898 Application 23638

JAMES, Evan contractor Kapunda 1901 Application 24294

JAMES, Evan merchant Kapunda 1902 Memorial 126/446

JAMES, Evan iron and timber merchant Kapunda 1906 Application 25208

JAMES, F clerk Adelaide 1893 Memorial 58/418

JAMES, Fletcher Bowman and Stanley Marden horticulturalists Kersbrook 1935 Application 27974

No 1

JAMES, Francis Thomas of Templers. Ashwell Institute Trustee 1883 Application 19957

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JAMES, Francis Thomas dairyman Morphettville and Rebecca Helena James his wife 1903 Memorial 224/448

JAMES, Francis Thomas dairyman Morphettville 1905 Memorial 173/454

No 1

JAMES, Frederick painter Adelaide 1845 Memorial 423/5

JAMES, Frederick painter and glazier Adelaide 1846 Memorial 144/7

No 1

JAMES, Frederick Alexander gardener and wholesale packer East Marden linked with Thomas James gardener East Marden 1916 Memorial 21/475

JAMES, Frederick Alexander fruitgrower Berri linked with Alfred Charles James solicitor Adelaide 1930 Memorial 176/503

No 1

JAMES, Frederick William civil servant Adelaide linked with Stephen James engineer of WA 1902 Memorial 120/447

JAMES, Frederick William civil servant Murray Bridge 1904 , brother of Stephen James engineer Murchison United Gold Mine Lawlers WA Application 24832

No 1

JAMES, George labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 19659

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JAMES, George labourer Magill 1852 Memorial 344/40

No 3

JAMES, George innkeeper Norfolk Arms, Adelaide 1853 Memorial 295/54 Licensed victualler Adelaide (Rundle St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 308/71, Application 11894

JAMES, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1863[-1874] Memorial 148/191

JAMES, Grace widow Fullarton 1851 Memorial 238/36

No 1

JAMES, H secretary to the Imperial Permanent Building and Investment Society 1880 Memorial 192/322

JAMES, H land broker Adelaide 1881 Memorial 233/332

JAMES, H licensed land broker Adelaide 1883 Application 19858

JAMES, H licensed land broker Adelaide 1886 Memorial 23/378

JAMES, H agent Adelaide 1888[-1892] Memorial 55/389

JAMES, H Garfield secretary Drew & Crewes Ltd of Commercial St, Kooringa 1912 Memorial 100/467

JAMES, Hampson storeman Kooringa 1883 Memorial 145/354

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, Hannibal engineer Adelaide 1861[-1868] Memorial 106/177

JAMES, Hannibal engineer Yelta Mine near Moonta 1871 Memorial 230/253

No 1

JAMES, Hatton Green engine fitter Fullarton 1879[-1894] Memorial 76/320

JAMES, Hatton Green engineer Adelaide 1888 Memorial 191/390

JAMES, Hatton Green engineer Fullarton 1902 Application 24838 JAMES, Hatton Green engineer Fullarton, died 4/5/1902. Husband of Christian James. Father of Frederick William James civil servant formerly of Adelaide but now of Murray Bridge and Stephen James engineer Western Australia Memorial 247/445

No 1

JAMES, Henry cabinetmaker Adelaide (Queen St) 1849[-1855] Memorial 491/17

No 2

JAMES, Henry blacksmith Tiers Forest near the Crafers Hotel 1852 Memorial 128/42

JAMES, Henry blacksmith Section 964 near Crafers 1856 Memorial 213/99

JAMES, Henry publican Section 1204 near Crafers 1856. He borrowed £500 from Arthur HARDY to erect an inn on the site Enrolment 146/1858

JAMES, Henry blacksmith The Tiers near Crafers 1857 Memorial 281/123

JAMES, Henry innkeeper formerly of Section 964 near Crafers but now of the Black Swan Hotel, Adelaide 1858 Memorial 145/139

JAMES, Henry licensed victualler Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Mary James, and Charles MENDS solicitor Adelaide 21/8/1858 Deposit 332/1858

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JAMES, Henry mason Redruth 1857 Memorial 166/128

JAMES, Henry smelter Redruth 1860 Memorial 118/164

JAMES, Henry and Mary James of Broken Hill NSW relinquished a lease of the Cutana Flux Quarries 'about five miles south-east of Cutana Siding' 1891 Memorial 99/409

No 4

JAMES, Henry farmer Mt Torrens 1912 Memorial 96/466

JAMES, Henry farmer Charleston 1928 Application 27646

No 1

JAMES, Henry Brandram solicitor Adelaide 1851[-1861] Memorial 23/36, Application 16564

JAMES, Henry B solicitor Wallaroo 1871 Memorial 69/257

JAMES, Henry B solicitor Kadina 1877[-1882] Memorial 9/301

3131JAMES, Henry Brandram solicitor Kadina 1878 Application 16626

No 1

JAMES, HG secretary Drew & Crewes Ltd of Commercial St, Kooringa 1912 Memorial 27/468

JAMES, Henry Garfield accountant Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 171/494

JAMES, Henry Hartley licensed land broker Adelaide 1938 Application 28136

No 1 – perhaps the same person

JAMES, Henry John farmer Yatina. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 5 County Dalhousie

JAMES, Henry John butcher Beautiful Valley. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 535 County Frome

JAMES, HR wholesale warehouseman Adelaide (Stephens Place) linked with Alfred Charles James solicitor Adelaide, Charles Gundry James horticulturalist East Marden, Mary Jane James married woman East Marden and Sololmon Rowe James fruitgrower Marden 1912 Memorial 111/466

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, Henry Thomas publican Cavan Arms Dry Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 247/49

JAMES, Henry licensed victualler Dry Creek 1855 Memorial 374/88

JAMES, Henry William mercantile clerk Hindmarsh 1912 Memorial 100/466

No 1 - perhaps the same person
JAMES, Herbert Secretary to the Imperial Permanent Building and Investment Society Adelaide 1887 Application 21160

JAMES, Herbert accountant Adelaide 1891[-1892] Memorial 65/407

JAMES, Herbert died 25/2/1893 Memorial 165/417

JAMES, Herbert Jarrett Esquire Spanish Town, Jamaica, apparently died c1840 Memorial 490/54

No 1

JAMES, Hugh farmer Millicent 1885 Memorial 82/370

No 2

JAMES, Hugh clerk Glenelg and May James his wife probably linked with Henry James butcher South Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorials 65 & 67/409

JAMES, Hugh clerk South Broken Hill NSW and May James his wife 1891 Memorial 89/409

JAMES, Jacques steward Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 16/206

No 1

JAMES, James gentleman Adelaide and Ludovina James his wife 1863 Memorial 338/187

No 2

JAMES, James storeman Portland Estate 1872 Memorial 22/261

JAMES, James storeman Portland Estate 1885 Application 20509

No 3

JAMES, James assayer Adelaide 1877[-1897] Memorial 226/297

No 4

JAMES, James clerk Burra office of the SA Mining Association 1881 Memorial 5/337

JAMES, James clerk to the SA Mining Association Adelaide 1883 Memorial 193/353

JAMES, James accountant Adelaide 1909, declared that he had worked for Sir Henry Ayers from 1855 to 1/9/1893, after which he worked for Messrs HL and AE Ayers and still does up to 1909 Application 25350

No 5

JAMES, James farmer Oladdie had Wesleyan Methodist associations 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 337 County Dalhousie

No 6

JAMES, James and William Wearn James of Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 56/358

JAMES, James John farmer and grazier Tonto Yankalilla, died 25/3/1929. Husband of Janet James. Father of Wilfred John James farmer and grazier Tonto Yankalilla, Artland George James stock agent Yankalilla, Joseph Keith James, Elsie Matilda James, Melvie Janet James, Doris Irene, James and Daphne Jean James. The family business firm called JJ James & Son Memorial 32/503

JAMES, Jinifer storekeeper Willunga 1869 Memorial 47/240

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JAMES, John bullock driver of the Wakefield 1851 Memorial 298/33

JAMES, John formerly bullock driver of the Wakefield 1851 but now farmer Manoora 1875 Application 14040

No 2

JAMES, John baker Noarlunga 1853 Memorial 10/60

JAMES, John auctioneer Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 8/71

No 3

JAMES, John farmer Glen Osmond 1854[-1856] Memorial 4/78

JAMES, John formerly farmer Glen Osmond but now greengrocer Kadina 1867 Memorial 77/219

No 4

JAMES, John farmer Mintaro 1854 Memorial 76/74

JAMES, John farmer Mintaro 1881 Application 18651

JAMES, John teamster Mintaro 1881 Application 18872

No 5

JAMES, John farmer Unley Park 1857 Memorial 325/124

No 6

JAMES, John miner Kapunda 1857 Memorial 64/137

JAMES, John miner formerly of Kapunda 1857 but now of Moonta 1866 Application 7573

No 7

JAMES, John innkeeper Willunga 1867 Memorial 71/218

JAMES, John licensed victualler Willunga, 7-year lease at £130 a year for the Alma Inn, from William TOLL gentleman Willunga 1867 Memorial 247/225

No 8 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

JAMES, John licensed victualler Gawler 1871 Application 11199

No 9 - perhaps a continuation of No 8

JAMES, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Duke of Edinburgh Hotel Hindley St) 1877 Memorial 117/304

JAMES, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Blenheim Hotel Hindley St) 1879 Memorial 227/315

No 10

JAMES, John contractor Stirling East 1884 Memorial 129/358

JAMES, John the Elder labourer Stirling East 1903 Application 24598

No 11

JAMES, John no description [perhaps Farmer Hundred of Nackara?], died 21/6/1885 Memorial 35/376

No 11

JAMES, John farmer Woodside 1885 Application 20737

JAMES, John farmer Woodside 1886 Memorial 182/376

No 12

JAMES, John farmer Normanville 1900 Application 23973

No 13 - perhaps the same person

JAMES, John grocer Hindmarsh 1903 Brompton Methodist Church trustee Application 28475

JAMES, John storekeeper's traveller Robert St, Hindmarsh 1908, declared that he had lived in Hindmarsh since c1878 Application 25440

No 1

JAMES, John Vidal and Richard Boucher James Esquires Toolougha/Toolonga Inman River 1843 Memorial 41/3

JAMES, John Vidal Esquire Tooloungha Inman River 1843. By 1853, farmer McLaren Vale Enrolments 78 & 96/16

JAMES, John Vidal Esquire McLaren Vale 1853 Memorial 81/48

JAMES, John Vidal miller The Horseshoe Mill Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 179/64

JAMES, John Vidal Esquire formerly of Inman Valley but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 338/66

JAMES, John Vidal and Richard Boucher James millers The Horseshoe Noarlunga 1855 Memorial 212/82

JAMES, John Vidal, Richard Boucher James and William Rhodes James gentleman Adelaide 1841. Sons of Herbert Jarrett James formerly of Spanish Town, Jamaica, but then of Clifton, near Bristol, Glos, England, who died 3/4/1840. Estate worth £10,000. The testator's mother, Rachel Allen James, survived her son and lived in Clifton. HJ James made his will in 1836. Husband of Jane Caroline James. Father of Eliza Coss nee James, wife of Weston COSS Esquire, as well as the above three sons - John Vidal James, Richard Boucher James and William Rhodes James. Trustees; The testator's brother William Rhodes James of Suffolk, and a friend, Robert HATHORN merchant London for the British estate; his friend John Gale VIDAL of Spanish Town Jamaica, to be trustees for his Jamaica estate. The sons to get the SA land and £1,500 each when they turn 23,, together with a life annuity. HJ James had also spent a lot of money equipping his sons for emigration to SA. Extensive property in Britain and Jamaica, and shares in the USA and Britain. Trust fund for the testator's mother, wife and daughter to receive life annuities, which his daughter’s children, his brother and some nephews, would inherit absolutely in remainder expectant, after all the life annuitants had died. A number of smaller bequests to be fulfilled at the time of the testator's death Enrolments 96/16, 9 & 14/17

No 1

JAMES, Johnson of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 155/402

JAMES, Johnson engineer East Adelaide 1920 Application 26860

No 1

JAMES, Joseph miller Cox Creek 1854 Memorial 470/68

JAMES, Joseph farmer Old Tiers Hundred of Noarlunga near Crafers 1856 Memorial 230/103

JAMES, Joseph miller Stirling 1867 Memorial 32/222

JAMES, Joseph wine dealer Grünthal, died 28/10/1894 Stirling. Executors: Mary Ann James widow Grünthal and Sampson James farmer Grünthal Memorial 25/425

No 2

JAMES, Joseph storekeeper Kooringa 1859 Memorial 328/157

No 3

JAMES, Joseph labourer near Salisbury 1860 Application 1130

JAMES, Joseph labourer Salisbury 1889 Application 21702

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

JAMES, Joseph farmer Para Plains 1866 Memorial 129/209

JAMES, Joseph farmer Para Plains 1870 Application 10467

No 1

JAMES, Joseph Charles storekeeper Johnburgh Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 28 Page 112 County Granville

JAMES, Joseph Charles storekeeper Johnburgh 1888 Memorial 249/395

JAMES, Joseph Frederick shoemaker Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 117/137

No 1

JAMES, Joseph Henry farmer Salisbury 1910 Application

25780

JAMES, Joseph Henry farmer Salisbury Plains. Salisbury Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 245/465

JAMES, Joseph Henry farmer Salisbury Plains 1913 Memorial 164/468

JAMES, JW of the Burra Burra Office, Adelaide 1886 Memorial 5/383

No 1 - probably the same person

JAMES, Louisa Jane of Blinman. William Henry James mentioned but not described 1887 Memorial 46/388

JAMES, Louisa Jane widow Ware St, Kooringa, died 3/10/1919. Mother of Ethel Banfield James shop assistant Kooringa and Lillian Coles James Memorial 34/493

JAMES, Mary spinster Adelaide 1860[-1863] Memorial 207/163

JAMES, Mary Jane married woman Marden 1914. Probably a relative of Harry Reginald James warehouseman Adelaide Application 26337.

JAMES, Morris Victor sand merchant Walkerville 1948 Memorial 105/523

No 1

JAMES, Nicholas the Younger accountant Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 415/50

JAMES, Nicholas the Younger sold his 108-acre farm called Chingford 1855 Memorial 68/81

JAMES, Nicholas the Younger accountant Adelaide ( King William St) 1853[-1855] Application 20294

JAMES, Nicholas the Younger accountant Adelaide 1857 Glen Osmond Silver Lead Mining Co trustee Memorial 102/127

JAMES, Norrell drover Kooringa 1924 Memorial 54/491

JAMES, Philip and Walter blacksmiths Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Sherlock land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 33 County Buccleuch

No 1

JAMES, Richard miner Aberdeen 1851 Application 18071

No 2

JAMES, Richard sheep farmer Watervale 1852 Memorial 462/40

No 3

JAMES, Richard labourer Cowandilla 1853 Memorial 423/57

No 4

JAMES, Richard farmer The Onkaparinga 1856 Memorial 454/99

JAMES, Richard farmer formerly of Noarlunga but now of Wallaroo 1890 Application 21886

No 5

JAMES, Richard gentleman Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 81 County Daly

No 6

JAMES, Richard labourer Wallaroo 1882 Application 19358

No 7

JAMES, Richard farmer Charleston 1894 Application 22810

No 1

JAMES, Richard Boucher Esquire Tooloungha Inman River 1843. By 1853, formerly farmer of Encounter Bay, but now flour miller of Noarlunga Enrolments 77 & 96/16 & 10/17

JAMES, Richard Boucher miller The Horseshoe Mill Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 179/64

JAMES, Richard Boucher James Esquire formerly of Inman Valley but now of Adelaide and Mary James his wife 1854 Memorial 480/66

JAMES, Richard Boucher sheep farmer Canowie, power of attorney to Joseph DARWENT merchant Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs during his absence 14/12/1863. A business partnership between James and Hon Abraham SCOTT, Martinus Peter HAYWARD and Johnson Frederick HAYWARD, about to be dissolved. 3/6/1869, RB James Esquire lived at 2 Redland Green, Bristol, England. He appointed Henry and Frank RYMILL gentlemen Adelaide, as his attorneys. By 22/9/1904, he was living at Bideford, Devon, England, and still appointed the Rymills as his attorneys. Deposits 211/1865, 227/1869, 47/1906

JAMES, Richard Boucher Esquire Inman River, but then of parts beyond the sea, appointed Joseph DARWENT merchant Grenfell St Adelaide, as his local attorney Darwent statement 9/10/1865 Application 6182

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JAMES, Richard Boucher sheep farmer Canowie. He did business in partnership with the Hon Abraham SCOTT, Martimus Peter HAYWARD and Johnson Frederick Hayward, an association about to be dissolved 1865 Memorial 314/205

JAMES, Richard Boucher Esquire formerly of Canowie but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 100/210

No 3 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JAMES, Richard Boucher and Harry Robert GRAHAM stockowners no address trading under the style or firm of Sanders, James & Co 1889 Memorial 18/398

JAMES, Richard Boucher Esquire of Bideford, Devon, England 1904 Memorial 132/455

JAMES, Richard Boucher the Younger and William Herbert James sheep farmers Eudunda 1886 Memorial 20/376

No 1

JAMES, Richard Poole farmer Kooringa 1853[-1868] Memorial 137/48

JAMES, Richard Poole miner Kooringa 1855 Memorial 357/80

JAMES, Richard Poole publican Kooringa 1856 Memorial 291/99

JAMES, Robert Bath ironmonger Helston, Cornwall, England and Sarah Jane James his wife 1913 Memorial 149/469

No 1

JAMES, Sampson storeman Kooringa 1883 Memorial 145/354

JAMES, Sampson labourer Kooringa, died 8/12/1888. Husband of Louisa Jane James. Brother to Richard Thomas James of Broken Hill NSW Memorial 67/410 & RPA Search 437

No 1

JAMES, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1849[-1857] Memorial 480/15

No 2

JAMES, Samuel gardener Unley 1852 Memorial 349/41

JAMES, Samuel Vivian gardener Kersbrook 1926 Memorial 32/495

No 1

JAMES, Sarah Eugenie hotelkeeper Adelaide (Tattersalls Hotel Hindley St) 1911 Memorial 204/465

JAMES, Sarah Eugenie married woman Adelaide (Tattersall's Hotel Hindley St), died c1913 Memorial 38/470

JAMES , Solomon farmer Wisanger Kangaroo Island. Emu Bay (formerly Maxwell Hundred of Menzies) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 11 Page 50 County Carnarvon

JAMES , Solomon Joshua labourerer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1911 Grant Book 11 Page 65 County Carnarvon

No 1

JAMES, Solomon Rowe gardener Marden 1876 Memorial 43/293

JAMES, Solomon Rowe vine grower Marden and Mary Jane James his wife nee Broad, the only child of Henry BROAD gentleman Marden 1881 Memorial 155/336

JAMES, Solomon Rowe vine grower Marden and Mary Jane James his wife 1914 Memorial 164/470

No 1

JAMES, Stapleton farmer near Kooringa 1868 Memorial 236/235

JAMES, Stapleton farmer Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1876 Grant Book 8 Page 26 County Burra. Farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1878 Grant Book 9 Page 9 County Burra

JAMES, Stephen outfitter Adelaide 1887[-1890] Memorial 51/387

JAMES, Sydney Hobart science and arts teacher near Kapunda 1915 Application 26438

No 1

JAMES, Thomas of Rapid Bay 1855 Memorial 53/97

No 2

JAMES, Thomas labourer Belair 1871 Memorial 74/256

No 3

JAMES, Thomas gardener East Marden 1882 Memorial 175/339

JAMES, Thomas gardener East Marden 1882 Application 19228

JAMES, Thomas fruitgrower East Marden 1893[-1894] Memorial 94/419

JAMES, Thomas farmer East Marden 1900 Application 24071

JAMES, Thomas gardener East Marden linked with William Charles James and Frederick Alexander James gardeners and wholesale packers East Marden. Perhaps linked with AC James solicitor Adelaide 1910 Memorial 133/462

JAMES, Thomas formerly gardener East Marden but now out of business Royston Park 1914 Memorial 198/471

JAMES, Thomas formerly gardener East Marden but now of Royston Park. Linked with AC James solicitor Adelaide 1920 Memorial 22/481

JAMES, Thomas out of business Royston Park, died 21/11/1926. Husband of Emily James. Father of Frederick Alexander James fruitgrower Berri , Mary Ann Vibert James spinster Royston Park, Elsie Maud BRAY wife of Horace Turner Bray fruitgrower Campbelltown, Edith Gertrude BECK wife of William John Wilberforce Beck linotype operator Rugby, and William Charles James no description. Was Alfred Charles James solicitor Adelaide related to this family? Estate worth £5,350 Memorial 24/497

No 4

JAMES, Thomas farmer Mannanarie trustee Black Rock Plain cemetery 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

No 5

JAMES, Thomas farmer Ardrossan 1888 Memorial 189/389

No 1

JAMES, Thomas George blacksmith Salisbury 1906[-1913] Memorial 37/456

JAMES, Thomas George formerly blacksmith but now gardener Salisbury 1943 Application 28306

JAMES, Thomas Henry Chambers linked with Section 46 Hundred of Winninowie Co Frome 1885 Memorial 170/365

JAMES, Timothy farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 1/42

JAMES, Trevor E clerk to A ATKINSON solicitor Adelaide 1852 Memorial 351/41

JAMES, Walter Burton of Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 19/4/1950. Husband of Myrtle Lillian Morgan James Memorial 124/525

JAMES, Weeks out of business Willunga 1917 Memorial 122/475

No 1

JAMES, William m Elizabeth ?1844. Enrolment 87/11

JAMES, William Esquire Adelaide. Shareholder and perhaps Trustee Seaside and Rural Building Association 1849 Memorial 330/14

JAMES, William solicitor Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 121/55 Husband of Elizabeth James 1856 Memorial 167/100

JAMES, William Esquire Adelaide and Elizabeth James his wife 1857 Memorial 21/127

JAMES, William gentleman Woodville, died 9/9/1858. The trustees sold some of his real estate, the Cumberland Hotel, on Le Fevre Peninsula, at auction on 20/1/1877 Memorial 193/297

JAMES, William gentleman Woodville, died 9/9/1858. W WADHAM conducted a sale of his real estate in the Cumberland Hotel, Le Fevre Peninsula, on Saturday 20/1/1877 at 3pm Application 26999

JAMES, William the Elder Woodville, died 9//9/1858. He left his entire estate in trust for his two sons, William John James and Edmund James, to claim absolutely when they turned 21. His executor and trustee: Anthony HALL Esquire Woodville Enrolment 63/52

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

JAMES, William gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 210/54

JAMES, William merchant Alberton 1855 Memorial 112/85

No 3

JAMES, William farmer One Tree Hill Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 446/43

No 4

JAMES, William miner Callington 1857 Memorial 342/140

JAMES, William miner and engine driver formerly of Callington 1857 but now of Kadina 1870 Application 10990

No 5

JAMES, William mining agent Burra 1857 Memorial 48/144

JAMES, William mining agent Burra 1859 Memorial 330/149

No 6

JAMES, William carpenter Willunga 1871 Memorial 120/253

No 7

JAMES, William miner Kadina and Alice James his wife 1876 formerly Alice BAKER widow of the late George Baker formerly labourer Brighton then of Plympton, who died 10/6/1873 Memorial 48/293

No 8

JAMES, William smith and wheelwright Adelaide 1875 Memorial 185/279

No 9

JAMES, William builder Adelaide and Mary Elizabeth James his wife 1885 Memorial 100/367

No 10

JAMES, William postmaster Belton 1887 Memorial 41/383

No 11

JAMES, William agent Adelaide 1913 Memorial 172/469

JAMES, William Brandram Esquire Adelaide 1853. Enrolment/

JAMES, William Burton farmer Baldina 1920 Application 26860

JAMES, William Charles gardener East Marden 1912 Application 26139

JAMES, William Edward draper Adelaide (Currie St) 1850 Memorial 202/28

No 1

JAMES, William Francis Bible Christian minister Kooringa 1886 Memorial 5/383

JAMES, William Francis Bible Christian minister Goodwood West. His circuit included the Happy Valley Bible Christian Chapel 1889 Memorial 6/401

JAMES, William Francis Methodist minister Aberdeen near Kooringa 1903 Memorial 147/450

JAMES, William Francis Methodist minister Gumeracha 1912 Memorial 96/466

JAMES, William Hartley licensed land broker Adelaide 1923[-1927] Memorial 185/487, Application 27188

No 1

JAMES, William Henry of Blinman. Trustee Methodist Church Hundred of Carr Hundred of Carr land grant 1883 Grant Book 59 Page 3 County Taunton

JAMES, William Henry JP of Blinman 1888 Memorial 102/391

No 2

JAMES, William Henry drover Leigh Creek Out of Hundreds. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 253 County Not named

No 2

JAMES, William Henry of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 177/411

No 3

JAMES, William Henry miner Woodside 1891 Memorial 187/411

JAMES, William Henry engine driver Mansetown [Manxtown?] near Woodside 1892 Memorial 50/414

JAMES, William Henry miner Woodside 1899 Application 23777

JAMES, WJ JP warehouseman Broken Hill NSW 1916 Memorial 32/474

JAMES, William John Esquire Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, son of Elizabeth JONES widow of Frederick Jones Esquire, and step-daughter of EIS TRIMMER late of 75 Cambridge Tce, Hyde Park, Middlesex, England, claimed an inheritance. EIS TRIMMER died 15/1/1882. He left his estate in SA in trust to Frederick TRIMMER Esquire Adelaide and Edmund TRIMMER Esquire Pt Adelaide, to sell and divide the profit into three. The sale realised £10,000. Three shares of £3,333/6/8. One third to WJ James of Canada, one third to Elizabeth Jones, one third to her other son, Edmund JAMES Esquire New Zealand. WJ James appointed Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to send him his share of the estate 27/5/1882 Deposit 279/1882

JAMES, William Parry architect and surveyor Adelaide 1846 Memorial 122/6

JAMES, William Rhodes gentleman Adelaide 1841. Brother to John Vidal James and Richard Boucher James. Enrolment 96/16

JAMES, William Wearn of Ardrossan 1883[-1887] Memorial 56/358

No 1

JAMES, William Worrell labourer Baldina 1907 Memorial 92/457

JAMES, William Worrell labourer formerly of Baldina but now of Aberdeen near Kooringa  1932 Memorial 38/505

JAMESON, Creighton E of Woodside 1862 Application 20196

JAMESON, Peter Henderson shippingand customs agent Largs, died 13/8/1935 Wolverton Hospital Esplanade, Semaphor, of 4 days' acute lobar pneumonia, aged 48. A bachelor. Born Sandwell in SA Application 28315

JAMESON, Sarah widow Bay Road 1871 Application 11744

No 1

JAMESON, William blacksmith Bay Road 1869[-1880] Memorial 194/242

JAMESON, William blacksmith formerly of the Bay Road but now of South Road 1873 Memorial 147/267

No 1

JAMIESON, Alexander master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 280/54

JAMIESON, Alexander master mariner Yatala Plains, died 1/8/1868. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Helen Jamieson, during her widowhood, and then to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst his children absolutely in remainder expectant. Executors: Matthew Henry HODGE Dissenting Minister Yatala Plains and John MAIN clerk Adelaide Memorial 16/233

JAMIESON, Alexander master mariner Yatala township, died 1/8/1868. Linked with Colin Brodie Jamieson sheep farmer in New Zealand in 1884 Memorial 231/357

JAMIESON, Alexander master mariner Yatala Plains, died 1868. He left his real estate in trust for his wife, Helen Jamieson, for life, then to his childen absolutely in remainder expectant as the will directed. Trustees of the Jamieson Estate by 1902 included John Ralph Hasford WARD gentleman Yatala near Pt Adelaide and Colin Brodie Jamieson sheep farmer New Zealand Application 24394

No 3

JAMIESON, Alexander the Younger of Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 415 County Dalhousie

No 4 - perhaps mother and son? Perhaps connected with Alexander Jamieson? FIND STILL A PUZZLE - WJ Jamieson too young to be A Jamieson's son.

JAMIESON, Mrs widow Alberton 1883 Application 19831

JAMIESON, William John minor Yatala, aged 6 years 1877 Application 16365

No 1

JAMIESON, Alexander James bank manager Wallaroo. Moonta (Hundred of Wallaroo) township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 14 Page 102 County Daly

JAMIESON, Alexander James bank manager Wallaroo Bay 1866[-1868] Memorial 58/218

JAMIESON, Alexander James bank manager Wallaroo Hundred of Seymour land grant 1867 Grant Book 54 Page 112 County Russell

JAMIESON, Alexander James gentleman formerly of Wallaroo but now of Adelaide 1869 Memorial 24/241

JAMIESON, Colin Brodie of Yatala 1867 Memorial 101/225

No 1

JAMIESON, George Traill gentleman Adelaide 1917 Application 26605

JAMIESON, George Traill station overseer retired Clifford St, Prospect, died 21/8/1920, of senile decay, aged 80. He was a bachelor, born in Scotland, and in SA for 71 years Application 27100

No 1

JAMIESON, James gentleman Adelaide 1843 Memorial 456/2

JAMIESON, James gentleman Adelaide 1843 Application 17581

No 2

JAMIESON, John farmer Meadows 1876 Application 15006

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

JAMIESON, John farmer Barunga 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 464 County Daly

No 4

JAMIESON, John farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

JAMIESON, John farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880[-1894] Grant Book 13 Page 105 County Dalhousie

JAMIESON, John farmer Black Rock Plain 1884[-1896] Memorial 168/358

JAMIESON, James farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1887[-1901] Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

JAMIESON, John farmer Black Rock near Kooringa trustee Baptist Church Black Rock 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

No 2

JAMIESON, John farmer Barunga. Melton (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1902 Grant Book 14 Page 480 County Daly

No 1

JAMIESON, Margaret widow Adelaide 1855 Memorial 34/82

No 2

JAMIESON, Margaret widow Wallaroo 1864 Memorial 199/199

JAMIESON, Thomas Bushby sheep farmer Mildura SA, power of attorney to Hugh JAMIESON sheep farmer Mildura, to sell his sheep stations called Mildura and Mt Murchison in SA ‘and each and every other station in SA and in the colonies of NSW, Vic and Qld’ 25/3/1862. The Jamiesons were in partnership with some sheep stations, and not with others Deposit 6/1863

No 1 – the Elder

JAMISON, Frank farmer Nairne 1862 Application 3701

JAMISON, Frank farmer Blakiston 1867 Memorial 72/225

JAMISON, Frank farmer Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1876 Grant Book 14 Page 362 County Daly

JAMISON, Elizabeth widow Collinsfield. Hundred of Redhill land grant [formerly Mrs Robert HARROWFIELD nee Elizabeth SIVIOUR] 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 374 County Daly

No 1

JAMISON, George Edward teller Union Bank of Australia Ltd Adelaide branch 1886 Memorial 104/379

JAMISON, George Edward bank clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 111/438, Application 23879

JANE, D mining captain Sliding Rock 1872 Memorial 63/264

No 1

JANEWAY, George of Strathalbyn 1859 Application 975

JANEWAY, George farmer formerly of the Bremer 1853 but now of Poltalloch near Wellington 1864 Application 5085

JANETZKI, Johann George farmer Hahndorf 1852[-1856] Memorial 417/44

JANEWAY, Charles farmer Strathalbyn 1852 Memorial 394/46

JANEWAY, George farmer The Bremer 1854[-1857] Memorial 332/67

JANEYAN, Frederic August cabinetmaker Adelaide (Morphett St) 1854[-1855] Memorial 206/83

JANSEN, Friedrich Wilhelm merchant Adelaide 1849[-1852] Memorial 379/51

JANSEN, Carl Gerhard shop manager Point Pass 1939 Application 28233

No 1

JANSEN, George of Point Pass 1882 Memorial 50/346

JANSEN, George farmer Point Pass 1883 Memorial 104/359

JANSEN, George storekeeper Point Pass, died 21/11/1884 . He left his entire estate to his wife, Louise Pauline Emilie Jansen Memorial 161/365

No 1

JANSON, George John farmer Franklyn Hundred of Wonna land grant 1886 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

JANSON, Theodor carrier Adelaide 1850. Good friends with Heinrich NOLTENIUS Esquire Adelaide Enrolment 64/12

JANSON, Thomas Plesterd farmer Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Wonna land grant 1878 Grant Book 40 Page 70 County Kimberley

No 1

JANTKE, Christian farmer Klemzig near Adelaide 1842 Memorial 318/2

JANTKE, Christian farmer Siegersdorf near Tanunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 171/49

JANTKE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Black Hill trustee unnamed Church Hundred of Ridley Hundred of Ridley land grant 1896 Grant Book 58 Page 155 County Sturt

No 1

JANTKE, Samuel farmer Friedrichstadt 1850 Memorial 319/27

JANTKE, Samuel farmer formerly of Friedrichstadt but now of Mt Torrens 1853 Memorial 45/57

JANTKE, Samuel farmer Mt Torrens Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 122 County Sturt

No 1

JANTZEN, Friedrich Heinrich Anton of Marion 1854 Memorial 372/77

JANTZEN, Friedrich Heinrich Anton shoemaker Marion by 1854 died 8/2/1858 intestate, of phthisis, aged 39. He left a widow Amalie Caroline Jantzen, and 5 children. His heir at law, eldest son, Friedrich Heinrich Anton Jantzen brickmaker Marion, died 28/11/1872, and left a will. His money owing to him from creditor to his mother. Brother John to get his shares in the Glenelg and Adelaide Railway. Savings Bank of SA money to brother Henry. Mare, saddle and bridle to brother George. Estate worth £100 Application 20605

JANTZEN, Wilhelm labourer Blumberg 1860. He could not write Application 1220

No 1

JANZEN, August Friedrich carpenter Adelaide 1848 Memorial 244/12 Of Kensington 1849 Memorial 287/14 Carpenter Norwood 1850 Memorial 3/23

JANZEN, August Friedrich carpenter Norwood 1853 Memorial 166/48

JANZEN, Friedrich August cabinetmaker Adelaide 1866 Memorial 38/210

JANZEN, Friedrich Christian August builder Adelaide 1882 Memorial 190/341

JAQUES, Joseph labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 462/55

No 1

JARED, Horace Pomery farmer Noarlunga 1919 Memorial 176/478

JARED, Horace Pomery farmer Rhine Villa and Edith May Jared his wife 1922 Application 27085

JARED, Horace Pomery farmer Noarlunga linked with Lance Reginand Jared cellarhand Noarlunga 1950 Memorial 130/524

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JARED, John farmer Willunga 1855 Memorial 469/84

JARED, John farmer Clear near Pt Onkaparinga 1868 Memorial 134/234

JARED, John farmer Pt Noarlunga 1906, declared that he had farmed in the district for 42 years Application 25206

No 1 - probably the same person

JARED, John William farmer Noarlunga Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

JARED, John William farmer Gulnare 1877 Memorial 207/297

JARED, John William farmer Noarlunga 1884[-1902] Memorial 241/355

JARED, John William farmer Noarlunga 1913 Application 26182

JARED, John William gentleman Hyde Park 1921 Application 27025

JARED, John William formerly farmer Old Noarlunga now retired Hyde Park 1934, declared that he had lived at Noarlunga between 1879-March 1913, when he shifted to Hyde Park. He had at least one son, William Hedley Jared of Noarlunga and a daughter, Laura Grace CLIFF married woman Korunye [near Two Wells], who had taken over her father's business affairs many years previously. In March 1890, his cousin, James Jared, left Old Noarlunga to settle in Broughton near Nhill Vic. J Jared had since died Application 27939

JARED, Lance Reginald retired Hall Crescent, Noarlunga, aged 62 in 1973, declared that he had lived in Noarlunga for 61 years Application 29893

No 1

JARED, William Hedley farmer Noarlunga 1912 Memorial 188/466

JARED, William Hedley farmer Noarlunga 1925 Application 27432

No 1

JARICK, Christian farmer Peter's Hill, Hundred of Gilbert 1866 Application 7232

JARICK, Christian farmer Peter's Hill near Riverton 1868 Memorial 79/231

No 1

JARMAN, Charles Tillotson orchardist White Hut near Clare 1919 Memorial 10/479

JARMAN, Charles Tillotson orchardist White Hut 1919 White Hut Methodist Church trustee Application 26817

No 1

JARMAN, David Tillotson stockkeeper Clare 1861 Memorial 327/173

JARMAN, David Tillotson overseer Clare 1861 Memorial 287/178

JARMAN, David Tillotson contractor of public works Clare 1865 Memorial 49/218

JARMAN, David Tillotson butcher Rhynie 1866[-1867] Memorial 162/211

No 1

JARMAN, JJ builder Kingston S-E 1880 Memorial 151/325

JARMAN, John Jones builder Kingston S-E 1885 Memorial 124/371

JARMAN, John Jones general merchant Kingston S-E 1897[-1913] Memorial 131/430

JARMAN, John Jones timber merchant Kingston S-E and Annie Jarman his wife 1900[-1915] Memorial 1/443

JARMAN, John Jones storekeeper Kingston S-E 1902 Application 24390

JARMAN, Annie 66 widow of John Jones Jarman merchant Kingston S-E (born in Llandrindod, Wales; Father: Samuel GOODWIN), married widower George EDWARDS 73 retired Kingston (Born in Rhayader, Wales; Father: Oliver Edwards) on 18/10/1922 in the Kingston Methodist Manse. Llewellyn Price Rees Jarman grazier Kingston was a son of JJ Jarman and Annie Jarman 1936 Application 28015

No 2 - possibly linked with No 1

JARMAN, John Jones Orizaba store assistant Kingston S-E 1915[-1935] Memorial 45/472

JARMAN, John Jones Orizaba storekeeper Kingston S-E 1937[-1937] Memorial 100/511, Application 28095, Application 28167

JARMAN, John William Goodwin store assistant Kingston S-E 1915[-1935] Memorial 48/472

No 1

JARMAN, Llewellyn Price Rees storekeeper's assistant Kensington Co Adelaide. Sherlock (Hundred of Sherlock) township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 121 County Buccleuch

JARMAN, Llewellyn Price Rees store assistant Kingston S-E 1923 Memorial 147/487

JARMAN, Llewellyn Price Rees storekeeper Kingston S-E 1925 Memorial 192/492

No 1

JARMAN, Robert Samuel George storekeeper Kingston S-E, turned 62 on 26/3/1947, declared he had lived in Kingston all his life. He was a son of John Jones Jarman who bought Kingston's old Presbyterian Church on Lot 65 some years after an earthquake badly damaged the building in 1897. In 1902, he had the church demolished and the remains removed from the site Application 28524

JARMAN, Robert Samuel George grazier Kingston S-E. Kingston Methodist Church trustee 1948 Memorial 41/523

JARMAY, JJ JP timber merchant Kadina 1893 Memorial 28/419

No 1

JARMYN, Albert farmer Korunye 1933 Memorial 120/506

JARMYN, Albert farmer Korunye, died 17/6/1936. Husband of Mary Day Jarmyn. Father of Edward Arundel Jarmyn, Siebert Allan Day Jarmyn and Mary Day Jarmyn, Kenneth Albert Clifton Jarmyn and Muriel Daphne Jarmyn. Estate worth £4,796 Memorial 26/510

JARMYN, Edward Arundel farmer Korunye, died 9/9/1951. Brother to Kenneth Albert Clifton Jarmyn Memorial 56/527

No 1

JARMYN, George farmer Peachey Belt 1868 Memorial 211/229

JARMYN, George farmer Peachey Belt, died 10/5/1877. By 1880, his widow, Eliza Jarmyn, lived at Virginia, as did his son, George Clarke Jarmyn farmer Memorial 233/320

No 2

JARMYN, George farm labourer Mallala 1881 Memorial 58/330

JARMYN, George farm labourer Mallala Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

JARMYN, George Clarke labourer Virginia, died 20/6/1904. His widow, Mary Jane Jarmyn, lived at Kent St, Alberton by 1915 Memorial 82/473

JARMYN, Henry out of business Prospect and Eliza Jane Jarmyn his wife linked with William Jarmyn farmer Mallala and Melina Jarmyn his wife. Family link with Alfred John Buttle and Hannah Elizabeth Buttle 1914 Memorial 145/471

JARMYN, James and Percival Thomas farmers Mallala 1938 Application 28137

JARMYN, Kenneth Albert Clifton aircraft mechanic Two Wells 1952 Memorial 52/527

JARMYN, Roy Edmund storeman Virginia, aged 58 years in 1963, declared that he had lived in the area all his life. RE Jarmyn was a son of Arthur Jarmyn who died 30/12/1932. Bessie Priscilla Jarmyn was a daughter Application 29506

No 1

JARMYN, William labourer Peachey Belt 1862 Memorial 1/493

JARMYN, William farmer Mallala, died 23/8/1903. His wife, Lucy Jarmyn, had already died. Father of Henry Jarmyn farmer Mallala, Emily FORBY wife of George Forby, and Rosina Jarmyn. Grandfather of Edith Jarmyn. Estate worth £610 Memorial 176/492

JARMYN, William farmer Mallala, died 23/8/1903. Executors: George Clarke Jarmyn labourer Virginia and Henry Jarmyn farmer Mallala Memorial 217/450

JARMYN, William farmer Mallala, died 23/8/1903. He left his wife, Lucy Jarmyn, all his personal estate in the house, as well as the crops growing on his farm at the time he died, plus £100, and a horse and cart which she could select. All the rest of his personal estate and the farm equipment to be sold to set up a trust fund. His farm land to be leased and all income from the farm and trust fund to go to his wife for life or until her remarriage. Upon her death or remarriage, the farm to be sold and the money added to the trust fund. All the children to receive an equal share of the proceeds, except that if George FORBY wife of his daughter Emily Forby was still alive, then she was to receive only the interest of her share until he died. If Emily Forby died before her husband, the money to be kept in trust for their children until he died. William Jarmyn's daughter, Rosina Jarmyn, also mentioned, as well as his grand-daughter Edith Jarmyn who lived with her grandfather. Estate worth £610. His son, Henry Jarmyn, also mentioned by name. Probably William Jarmyn's son, George Clare Jarmyn farmer Virginia, died 20/6/1904 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Jane Jarmyn, by 1915 of Kent St, Alberton. Estate worth £20 Application 27328

JAROSLAFSKY, Franz Anton farmer Willunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1862 Grant Book 2 Page 97 County Adelaide

No 1

JARRAD, William of McLaren Vale 1859 Memorial 242/150

JARRAD, William gentleman McLaren Vale 1883 Application 20004

JARRAD, Mary Ann widow McLaren Vale 1893 Application 22605

No 2

JARRAD, William farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1885 Grant Book 31 Page 201 County Grey

JARRED, Christina spinster formerly of Noarlunga late of Prospect, died 13/11/1940 Application 28601

No 1 – Edward David Jarred

JARRED, Edward farmer Point Sturt 1873 Memorial 223/265

JARRED, Edward David farmer Willunga 1856[-1875] Memorial 184/108

JARRED, Edward David farmer Milang Hundred of Binnum land grant 1881 Grant Book 29 Page 147 County MacDonnell

JARRED, Edward David farmer Frances Hundred of Binnum land grant 1885 Grant Book 29 Page 149 County MacDonnell

JARRED, Edward David farmer Milang Hundred of Binnum land grant 1887 Grant Book 29 Page 149a County MacDonnell

JARRED, James farmer near Milang Hundred of Binnum land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

JARRED, John mason Pt Pirie Hundred of Telowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 774 County Frome

No 1

JARRED, Robert labourer Aldinga 1854 Memorial 426/62

JARRED, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1858 Memorial 258/138

No 1

JARRETT, Aaron farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1858 Application 11943

JARRETT, Aaron and Matthew farmers Tam O'Shanter Belt 1860 Memorial 225/165

JARRETT, Aaron gardener Stirling 1865 Memorial 121/205

JARRETT, Aaron formerly farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1858 but now gardener Carey Gully 1872 Application 11943

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

JARRETT, Aaron farmer Maitland 1888[-1891] Memorial 19/393

JARRETT, Aaron gardener formerly of Stirling but now of Maitland 1906 Memorial 17/456

JARRETT, Charles carter Fisherville Semaphore 1895 Application 22867

No 1 - probably the same person

JARRETT, Edward labourer Findon 1852[-1854] Memorial 286/41 Yeoman Findon 1856 Memorial 134/108

JARRETT, Edward farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1858 Memorial 49/140

JARRETT, Edward and Thomas farmers Section 399 Survey B 1858 Memorial 87/138

JARRETT, Edward and Matthew farmers Section 399 Survey B 1882 Memorial 192/341

JARRETT, Edwin carter Findon 1870 Memorial 65/249

JARRETT, George yeoman Kent on the Bremer 1857 Memorial 10/129

JARRETT, Henry labourer Woodville 1895 Application 22981

No 1

JARRETT, Matthew farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1877 Memorial 139/313

JARRETT, Matthew farmer Hindmarsh 1882 Application 19148

JARRETT, Matthew farmer Tam O’Shanter Belt 1886 Application 21106

JARRETT, Matthew farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1892[-1893], died 28/2/1893. Father of Emma Jarrett and grandfather of Eva May Jarrett the daughter of Matthew Jarrett's daughter Mary Elizabeth PRATER wife of George Prater. Also father of Edith Prater wife of Isaac Prater. Executors; Thomas SAUNDERS butcher Hindmarsh and Robert LINN gentleman New Hindmarsh Memorials 159 & 160/417

JARRETT, Richard farmer The Tiers 1856 Memorial 97/103

JARRETT, Robert the Elder gardener Carey Gully 1883 Application 19771

JARRETT, Sarah widow Findon 1897 Application 23430

No 1

JARRETT, Thomas of Findon 1853 Memorial 289/53

JARRETT, Thomas labourer Findon 1854[-1857] Memorial 196/68

JARRETT, Thomas farmer Port Road 1860[-1869] Memorial 28/165

JARRETT, Thomas formerly labourer Findon 1854 but now market gardener Carey Gully 1878 Application 16627

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JARRETT, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister North Adelaide 1866 Memorial 240/217

JARRETT, Thomas Primitive Methodist Minister Kensington 1870 Memorial 35/251

JARRETT, Thomas minister of the gospel Laura 1880 Memorial 240/325

JARRETT, Thomas minister of the gospel Freeling 1886 Memorial 163/375

JARRETT, Thomas minister of the gospel Freeling 1920 Memorial 18/481

No 3

JARRETT, Thomas wheelwright Langhorne Creek, died 5/8/1903. He left his estate to his wife, Eliza Jarrett nee DALTON, in trust for life, then equally in trust to his unmarried daughters, who had to give up their access to it upon their marriage. When all the daughters had married, the estate to be sold and the funds distributed equally absolutely amongst all the children. Estate worth £200. Allan Thomas Jarrett of Naracoorte to be the executor 1912 Application 26113

JARRETT, Thomas farmer Langhorne Creek, died 5/8/1903. By 1909, his family was situated thus - his widow, Eliza Jarrett, still lived at Langhorne Creek. Allan Thomas Jarrett wheelwright Narracoorte; Marian Elizabeth GARDNER wife of Thomas Gardner blacksmith King St, Norwood, Edward Robert Garrett miner Moonta Mines; Mary Louisa FUSS wife of Hermann Fuss landowner Fullarton; Herbert Everard Jarrett miner Moonta Mines; Charlotte Emma Tidesley HAMDORF wife of Walter Hamdorf blacksmith Pt Wakefield and Annie Crittenden Jarrett spinster Fullarton Memorial 236/461

No 1

JARRETT, William farmer Findon 1853[-1856] Memorial 114/65

JARRETT, William farmer Findon, died 11/8/1870. He left his entire estate in trust for life to his wife, Eliza Jane Jarrett; then the farm house and homestead at Findon to his son, Jonathan Bush Jarrett, and land at York township to his daughter, Julia Eliza Jarrett, absolutely in remainder expectant. The farm stock to be sold and the proceeds divided equally absolutely between the son and daughter Memorials 56 & 80/249

JARRETT, William Henry resident Manager of the Commercial Union Assurance Co, of London Ltd, Melbourne VIC, power of attorney to Abraham Briscoe SPEEDING insurance agent Grenfell St, Adelaide, to be the company’s representative in SA 19/1/1893 Deposit 9/1893

No 1

JARROLD, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 235/188

JARROLD, John mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1865[-1876] Memorial 156/205

JARROLD, John mariner formerly of Pt Adelaide 1863 but now of Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 16063

JARROLD, Elizabeth widow Semaphore Road, Exeter 1901 Application 24197

JARVIS, Ann widow Brompton 1894 Application 22771

JARVIS, Daniel land owner Cox Creek 1851[-1857] Memorial 477/35

No 1 - possibly the same person

JARVIS, Ebenezer keeper of the Government Farm near Adelaide 1866[-1873] Memorial 87/215

JARVIS, Ebenezer overseer Belair linked with George Jarvis farmer Oura Oura near Wagga Wagga NSW 1868 Memorial 30/235

JARVIS, Ebenezer gentleman Adelaide 1871[-1893] Memorial 166/322

JARVIS, Ebenezer gentleman Government Farm 1876 Application 14822

JARVIS, Ebenezer government messenger Adelaide 1877[-1885] Memorial 42/302

JARVIS, Ebenezer messenger Adelaide 1885 Application 20814

JARVIS, Ebenezer gentleman North Kensington, died 16/5/1897. Estate worth £10,000. Executors: Henry HALL gentleman Tea Tree Gully and William Kingsworth MALLYON bank manager Pt Pirie Memorial 230/431

No 1

JARVIS, Elijah farmer near Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] 1879 Memorial 30/320

JARVIS, Elijah farmer Belvidere [near Strathalbyn]1884 He could not write Application 20191

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JARVIS, George labourer Strathalbyn 1849 Memorial 328/18

JARVIS, George labourer Strathalbyn 1852. In that year, he left SA, and his wife, Catherine Jarvis, who stayed in Strathalbyn, knew by 1860 that he had died in either Vic or NSW. Mary Ann TREGILGIS widow Strathalbyn 1894 gave this information Application 22643

No 2

JARVIS, George carrier Bowden 1850[-1854] Memorial 234/24

JARVIS, George yeoman Bowden 1853 Memorial 349/46

JARVIS, George farmer Bowden 1853 Memorial 368/60

JARVIS, George formerly of Bowden but now of Pt Elliot 1855 Memorial 83/82

JARVIS, George currier formerly of Bowden but now of Middleton 1863 Memorial 109/189

JARVIS, George formerly farmer Pt Elliot 1856 now currier Brompton 1877 Application 16222

JARVIS, George currier and farmer Bowden 1870 Memorial 229/244

No 3

JARVIS, George farmer Glen Osmond 1852 Memorial 184/40

JARVIS, George yeoman the Old Tiers 1853[-1854] Memorial 440/55

JARVIS, George farmer Cox Creek and Fanny Jarvis his wife 1853[-1854] Memorial 158/57

JARVIS, George farmer Balhannah 1854[-1855] Memorial 93/65

JARVIS, George farmer Hudson Vale near Balhannah 1859 Memorial 124/151

JARVIS, George farmer Oakbank 1879 Memorial 210/315

JARVIS, George farmer Balhannah 1880 Application 18053

JARVIS, George gardener formerly of near Oakbank but then of Parkside, died 26/4/1883 Memorial 73/350 & RPA Search 2461

No 4

JARVIS, George farmer Walkerville. Bought Willaston allotments 1856 Memorial 28/112

JARVIS, George stockholder formerly of Willaston but now of the Far North 1863 Memorial 314/187

No 5

JARVIS, George farmer near Strathalbyn 1871 Memorial 184/253

No 6

JARVIS, George clerk Yatala township 1880 Memorial 36/322

JARVIS, Henrietta married woman Brompton 1912 Application 26119.

No 1

JARVIS, Henry Kingsworth cattle holder Adelaide 1848 Memorial 340/12 Stockholder Walkerville 1849[-1855] Memorial 266/15 Linked with Stephen Jarvis yeoman Walkerville 1853 Memorial 1/49

JARVIS, Henry Kingsworth gentleman Walkerville 1856[-1857] Memorial 196/96

JARVIS, Henry Kingsworth gentleman of Walkerville, died 12/2/1859 Donnybrook, of general debility, aged 67. He was born in Woodchurch, England, the son of Stephen Jarvis and Dinah nee Kingsworth. He married at Tenterden, Kent, England (wife called Selina), and emigrated to Australia - 7 years in NSW, 14 years in SA. Children - Rebecca 40, Henry 38, George 36, Selina 34, Stephen 30, Alfred 23, William 21. Selina Jarvis widow Walkerville, died 27/10/1859 debility, aged 67. Application 9227

JARVIS, Henry Kingsworth gentleman Walkerville died12/2/1859. £1/5/- a week to his wife, Selina, for her life or until her remarriage. After that, the estate to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children, after the youngest child has turned 21 - Henry Jarvis farmer Yass NSW, Stephen Jarvis farmer Walkerville, George Jarvis farmer Walkerville, Alfred and William Jarvis of Walkerville, Rebecca MALLYON wife of William Mallyon Gawler, and Selina MEAURANT wife of Albert Meaurant of NSW Deposit 101/1868

JARVIS, George farmer of Cowra?? near Wagga Wagga NSW, a son of the late Henry Kinsworth Jarvis gentleman formerly of Walkerville 1868 Application 9227

No 1

JARVIS, John farmer near Strathalbyn 1871 Memorial 183/253

No 2

JARVIS, John builder Unley. Unley Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee 1892 Memorial 109/413, Application 22271

1892

JARVIS, John Duffield labourer near Mt Barker 1866[-1878] Memorial 73/210

No 1

JARVIS, Joseph brickmaker Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 443/59

JARVIS, Joseph mason Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 132/122

JARVIS, Joseph bricklayer Morphett Vale and Sarah Jarvis his wife 1862 Memorial 241/228

JARVIS, Sarah widow Morphett Vale relict of the late Joseph Jarvis mason Morphett Vale, died 1876. She left her entire estate to Robert BAIN farmer Morphett Vale Memorial 133/292

No 1

JARVIS, Joshua farmer Encounter Bay 1859 Memorial 69/151

JARVIS, Mary Ann widow Inman Valley Hundred of Coonatto land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 805 County Frome

JARVIS, Richard carpenter Gawler 1856 Memorial 124/108

No 1

JARVIS, Robert carpenter Hindmarsh 1857 Memorial 318/124

JARVIS, Robert wheelwright Hindmarsh 1870 Application 11068

JARVIS, Robert wheelwright Hindmarsh 1872[-1879] Memorial 164/258

JARVIS, Robert blacksmith Hindmarsh 1880 Application 18311

JARVIS, Robert coach builder and wheelwright Hindmarsh, became bankrupt c25/11/1885 Application 23860

No 2

JARVIS, Robert farmer McLaren Vale 1898 Application 23577

No 1

JARVIS, Stephen yeoman Walkerville 1849 Memorial 212/17

JARVIS, Stephen stockholder Walkerville 1854[-1862] Memorial 135/70

JARVIS, Stephen farmer Willaston 1854[-1856] Memorial 71/64 Linked with George Jarvis farmer Walkerville 1856 Memorial 28/112

No 1

JARVIS, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1854 Memorial 240/64

JARVIS, Thomas formerly farmer Strathalbyn now labourer Sandhurst Vic 1862. He could not write Application 3278

No 2

JARVIS, Thomas groom Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 470/37

No 1

JARVIS, William ginger beer manufacturer Adelaide (Currie St) 1849[-1852] Memorial 59/19

No 2 - perhaps the same person

JARVIS, William gentleman Unley 1851[-1858] Memorial 94/32

JARVIS, William gardener Unley 1873 Memorial 131/266

No 3

JARVIS, William farmer Bletchley Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 190 County Stanley

JARVIS, William farmer Snowtown 1884 Memorial 76/360

JARVIS, William farmer Snowtown. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 476 County Daly

JARVIS, William of Snowtown Co Daly Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1885 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

No 1

JASCH, Ernst August turner Lobethal 1859 Application 307

JASCH, Ernst August of Lobethal, died 1872. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Johanne wilhelmine Jasch nee STABERNACH, for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children, Friedrich August George Jasch and Pauline Hermine Agnes Jasch Memorial 164/262

JASCH, Paul farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 151/80

JASPER, Amos George prospector Morchard 1940 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

No 1

JASPER, Richard police constable Thebarton 1847 Memorial 419/8 Police constable Adelaide 1848 Memorial 397/13

No 2 - likely to be a continuation from No 1

JASPER, Richard labourer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 287/64

JASPER, Richard farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 8/106

JASPER, Richard farmer Smithfield 1866 Memorial 226/209

JASPER, Richard farmer formerly of Smithfield but now of Auburn 1866 Memorial 185/214

No 2

JASPER, Richard contractor Morchard, died 27/1/1934. The Public Trustee administered his estate 1935 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

No 1

JASPER, William labourer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

JASPER, William of Crystal Brook 1900 Memorial 148/441

JAUNCEY, Keith student 47 Barton Tce East, North Adelaide linked with George Eric Macdonnell Jauncey Physics Department University of St Louis, Missouri USA , Leslie Cyril Jauncey of Palmer School of Chiropractic Davenport, Iowa USA and Cecil Ronald Jauncey of Watalia Bondi Beach NSW1921 Memorials 181-183/488

JAY, Edward miller Mt Torrens 1858 Memorial 125/138

No 1

JAY, Gerald clerk Adelaide 1873 Memorial 76/270

JAY, Gerald secretary to the SA Brewing Malting and Wine and Spirit Co Ltd 1888 Memorial 14/393

JAY, Gerald wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1884 Memorial 219/436

JAY, H bank agent Millicent 1881 Memorial 2/332

No 1

JAY, JJ clerk to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 500/71

JAY, JJ clerk to Charles Brown FISHER solicitor Adelaide 1855 Memorial 350/87

JAY, James Joseph clerk North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 137/90

JAY, JJ clerk to Messrs BELT & WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide 1856 Memorial 196/112

JAY, JJ clerk to Messrs HERFORD & BOUCAUT solicitors Adelaide 1860 Memorial 129/166

JAY, JJ clerk to BAGOT & LABATT solicitors Adelaide 1869 Memorial 8/238

JAY, James Joseph gentleman Norwood 1869 Memorial 131/240

No 1

JAY, Richard Gardiner doctor and apothecary Hindmarsh 1849 Memorial 350/15 Trustee All Saints Church 1850. Enrolment 82/7

JAY, Richard Gardiner doctor of medicine Willunga 1853[-1855] Memorial 327/54

JAY, Richard Gardiner surgeon Willunga 1860 Application 1402

JAY, Richard Gardiner surgeon Willunga about to marry Susan COLTON widow McLaren Vale 1875 relict of the late Thomas Colton who died 26/7/1873 Memorial 184/281

JAY, Richard Gardiner 61 widower surgeon Willunga (Father: Edward Jay) married COLTON, Susan widow McLaren Vale (Father; John BOND) on 4/11/1874 McLaren Vale Independent Chapel manse. Minister: James HOWIE. Witnesses: Gerald Jay clerk Adelaide and Alex C KELLY MD McLaren Vale 1903 Application 24555

JAY, Samuel miller Penwortham 1865 Memorial 336/202

JAY, William miller Chain of Ponds Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 142 County Fergusson

JEALOUS, Isaac and James farmers Hundred of Barossa 1855[-1860] Memorial 301/81

No 1

JEANES, Alfred of Kensington Park 1888 Memorial 63/391

JEANES, A of Mannahill 1889 Memorial 38/400

JEANES, Isaac draper Pt Adelaide 1880[-1884] Memorial 159/325

JEANES, James labourer Littlehampton 1881 Application 20430

No 1 - probably the same person

JEANES, John contractor Alberton 1867 Application 8922

JEANES, John contractor Woodville 1876 Application 15413

No 1

JEANES, William Henry Clerk to the Woodville District Council 1910 Application 26200

JEANES, William Henry Town Clerk Glenelg 1919 Application 26777

JEANS, John George gentleman Lockleys, died 1885. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Jeans, during her widowhood, then according to his will, to his daughters, Jane Flora PEARCE/TEARCE wife of John Chapman Tearce and Olivia Mary Eliza Jeans spinster absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 233/369

No 1

JEANSON, Theodor yeoman Adelaide 1844 Memorial 58/4

JEANSON, Theodor yeoman formerly of Adelaide but now residing in the Kingdom of Sweden 1853 He owned land in the Sources of the Rhine and the Gawler Rivers Memorial 226/51

JEFFERICE, James of Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1881 Application 18832

JEFFRIES, Clement Francis out of business 34 Park St, Sefton Park, turned 70 on 14/5/1950. He came with his family to live first in the district at Second Ave, Sefton Park, when he was 7 years old Application 28639

JEFFERIES, Elizabeth Hall spinster Bowden 1851[-1861] Memorial 48/112

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JEFFERIES, John farmer Grace Plains 1866 Memorial 80/209

JEFFERIES, John farmer Tickera 1885[-1891] Memorial 6/364

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JEFFERIES, John Anthony farmer formerly of Crystal Brook but then of Section 96 Hundred of Tickera, became a bankrupt by 1883. Linked with John Jefferies farmer Mallala Memorial 145/351

JEFFERIES, John A contractor Mallala 1885 Memorial 64/368

No 1 - John Athay Jefferies

JEFFERIES, John Athay farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 231 County Victoria

JEFFERIES, John farmer Alford. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel prob at Alford 1887 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

JEFFERIES, John Athay farmer Alford. Trustee Primitive Methodist Chapel prob at Alford 1887 Grant Book 15 Page 2 County Daly

No 1

JEFFERIS, James Independent minister Adelaide 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 428 County Daly

JEFFERIS, James Minister of the Gospel North Adelaide 1870 Memorial 109/249

JEFFERIS, James Minister of the Gospel Adelaide 1873 Memorial 213/267

JEFFERIS, James minister of religion formerly of North Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1883 Memorial 211/349

JEFFERIS, James minister of the gospel Sydney NSW 1886 Memorial 19/378

JEFFERIS, James minister of the gospel formerly of Sydney NSW but now in parts beyond the seas 1893 Memorial 235/416

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JEFFERIS, James Doctor of Divinity North Adelaide 1911 Memorial 246/464

JEFFERS, James commission agent Narracoorte 1881 Memorial 3/332

No 1 - probably the same person

JEFFERS, John saddler Narracoorte 1873 Memorial 128/264

JEFFERS, John saddler Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

JEFFERS, John saddler Narracoorte 1883 Application 19953

JEFFERS, John clerk Narracoorte 1897 Memorial 17/430

JEFFERS, JT bank clerk Maitland [probably Union Bank of Australia Ltd] 1897 Memorial 86/433

JEFFERSON, Thomas Dixon farmer Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JEFFERSON, William H of the Bank of SA Orroroo 1884 Memorial 167/360

JEFFERSON, William H bank clerk Orroroo 1887 Memorial 4/386

JEFFERSON, William Harry of Pt Augusta 1890 Memorial 147/403

JEFFERSON, William H bank manager Millicent 1903 Memorial 211/449

JEFFERY, Christian Jago spinster Echunga 1875[-1881] Memorial 232/285

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JEFFERY, Edward farmer Yankalilla 1854 Linked with William Jeffery Esquire Mark Lane, London, Middlesex, England Memorial 196/73

JEFFERY, Edward farmer Harcourt 1860 Memorial 298/170

JEFFERY, Edward gentleman formerly of near Warnambool Vic but now of Adelaide 1866 Memorial 12/212

JEFFERY, Edward of Melbourne Vic [formerly of Yankalilla?] 1890 Memorial 70/404

JEFFERY, Edward formerly farmer Yankalilla but now Methodist missionary Williamstown Vic 1904 Memorial 151/450

No 2

JEFFERY, Edward farmer near Lake Eliza Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1869[-1870] Grant Book 50 Page 24 County Robe

No 1

JEFFERY, Edwin gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 428/64

JEFFERY, Edwin formerly farmer Adelaide 1854 now gentleman Geelong Vic 1867 Application 8439

No 2

JEFFERY, Edwin bootmaker Hindmarsh and Catherine Jeffery his wife nee ROBERTS 1882 Application 19412

JEFFERY, Edwin bootmaker Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1897. Husband of Catherine Jeffery, who had known the Hindmarsh area since 1/1/1857 Application 23461

JEFFERY, Catherine widow Bacon St, Hindmarsh 1906 Application 25222

No 1

JEFFERY, Elias stockholder Brownhill Creek 1847 Memorial 289/9 Cattle dealer Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 420/25 Farmer Smith Creek 1851[-1853] Memorial 22/39

JEFFERY, Elias cattle dealer Browhill Creek 1851 Memorial 48/46 Stockholder Brownhill Creek early 1852 Memorial 421/41 Farmer Smith Creek late 1852 Memorial 456/45

JEFFERY, Elias cattle dealer formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of Smith Creek 1852 Memorial 210/42

JEFFERY, Elias farmer Gawler Plains 1852 Memorial 51/46

JEFFERY, Elias farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 65/55

JEFFERY, Elias farmer Smith Creek near Gawler 1853 Memorial 326/50

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

JEFFERY, Elias cattle dealer Plympton 1853 Memorial 232/57

No 1

JEFFERY, Emanuel carpenter Robert St, Hindmarsh and Margaret Jane Jeffery his wife 1897 Memorial 116/433

JEFFERY, Emanuel of Robert St, Hindmarsh and Margaret Jane Jeffery his wife 1901 Memorial 57/443

JEFFERY, Emanuel carpenter Robert St Hindmarsh 1901 Memorial 20/448

JEFFERY, Margaret Jane wife of Emanuel Jeffery carpenter Robert St, Hindmarsh, died 24/10/1907. Estate worth £700. Executors were George Jeffery carpenter West Croydon and Percy Daniel Jeffery of Hindmarsh. Her husband to inherit 'all my property and furniture all and every sum and sums which may be in my house or about my person orde to me at the time of my decease.' The smaller of her two houses in Robert St to be sold when all her children had turned 21, and both Ruby Marion Jeffery and Thelma Margaret Jane Jeffery had married. If her husband remarried, the smaller house to become the property of her children alone. If the larger house were ever sold, the husband and children to receive equal share of the proceeds. All real estate and furniture which remained unsold when Emmanuel Jeffery died to be sold then and the proceeds to go to all the children equally. Emanuel Jeffery 54 widower carpenter Hindmarsh (Father: Samuel Jeffery) born in Dunolly Vic, remarried, to Agnes Blanche UREN 49 widow Kapunda (Father: Frank TREVERTON), born Kapunda, on 15/4/1911 George Jeffery home John St, Hindmarsh. Minister: Thomas HOPE. Witnesses: G Jeffery carpenter Hindmarsh and E Jeffrey Hindmarsh Application 27057

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JEFFERY, George gentleman Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 477/56

JEFFERY, George farmer Yankalilla 1855[-1857] Memorial 394/94

JEFFERY, George farmer Waitpinga and Mary Jeffery his wife 1865[-1870] Memorial 208/203

JEFFERY, Mary daughter of the late John TONKIN formerly farmer Yankalilla but then deceased, died 1870, leaving 10 children. By 1895, the family was situated thus: Jane BROWN wife of Alfred Frederick Brown farmer near Laura, Martha SMITH wife of James Smith baker Laura, William John Jeffery teamster Laura, Charles Gidley Jeffery teamster Esperance Bay WA, James Jeffery teamster Esperance Bay WA, Catherine WALTER wife of Gottlieb Ephraim Walter miller Laura, Alice ROENNFELDT wife of Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Roennfeldt saddler Laura, Albert Jeffery teamster Laura and George JEFFERY farmer Pt Victor. The family came from Waitpinga Memorial 160/426

JEFFERY, George formerly farmer Pt Victor 1895 but now harbour master Tumby Bay 1922 Application 27140

No 2

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

No 3

JEFFERY, George and Thomas builders Hyde Park 1898 Memorial 242/435, Application 23656

No 4

JEFFERY, George gentleman Henley Beach 1922, declared that he was a brother to Emanuel Jeffery carpenter Adelaide, and uncle to his children, Percy Daniel Jeffery civil servant West Croydon, William Strang Jeffery carpenter Hindmarsh, Ruby Marion stanford wife of Reginald Bowen Stanford of Fulham, and Thenna Margaret Jane GUIGNION wife of Edward Gordon Guignion of the black forest Application 27057

No 1

JEFFERY, Grace widow Echunga 1853[-1866] Memorial 115/55

JEFFERY, Grace widow Echunga 1856 Echunga Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 333/101

No 1

JEFFERY, Josiah miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 228/144

JEFFERY, Josiah miner Kadina 1869 Memorial 179/243

JEFFERY, Josiah farmer Kadina 1896[-1902] Memorial 11/427

JEFFERY, Richard farmer Myponga 1860 Application 1709

No 1 – the Elder

JEFFERY, Robert of near Kapunda 1860 Application 1593

JEFFERY, Robert miner Kapunda 1875 Application 14411

JEFFERY, Robert farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

No 2 – the Younger

JEFFERY, Robert the Younger teamster Murraytown Hundred of Wongyarra land grant 1899 Grant Book 23 Page 54 County Frome

JEFFERY, Roy Joseph agent Burra, aged 58 in 1955, declared that he had lived in Burra for more than 50 years Application 29124

No 1

JEFFERY, Samuel labourer Mitcham 1855 Memorial 415/82

JEFFERY, Samuel labourer Mitcham 1859 Memorial 76/151

JEFFERY, Samuel labourer Mitcham 1860 Application 1992

No 1

JEFFERY, Stephen farmer Guichen Bay 1860 Memorial 207/166

JEFFERY, Stephen stockholder Lake St Clair 1882 Memorial 52/346

No 2

JEFFERY, Stephen farmer Echunga 1880 Application 18227

JEFFERY, Stephen miner Echunga 1885 Son of Grace Jeffery The family had lived in Echunga since at least 1861 Application 20442

JEFFERY, Stephen miner Echunga 1883 Memorial 184/350

JEFFERY, Stephen miner Echunga 1895 Application 22888

JEFFERY, Thomas painter Goodwood 1923 Application 27147

No 1

JEFFERY, Thomas Frederick painter Gladstone Co Victoria. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1878[-1886] Grant Book 66 Page 152 County Manchester

JEFFERY, Thomas Frederick painter Gladstone Co Victoria. Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 689 County Frome

No 1

JEFFERY, William of the Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 98/377

No 2

JEFFERY, William of Laura 1888 Memorial 91/394

No 3

JEFFERY, William the Younger farmer Lameroo trustee Methodist Church Bews Bore 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

JEFFERY, William Thomas farmer Booboorowie 1926 Memorial 160/494

JEFFRESS, Emma spinster Semaphore 1927 Application 27560

JEFFREY, Thomas Jago gold digger Echunga Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1862 Grant Book 58 Page 362 County Sturt

No 1

JEFFRIES, Alfred dairyman Cheltenham 1866 Memorial 92/216

JEFFRIES, Alfred farmer Cheltenham 1871 Memorial 110/251

JEFFRIES, Ann [apparently relict of the late Samuel Jeffries] of Bowden, died 22/9/1885. She had several children - Elizabeth Hall Jeffries m Stephen BIGGS (she died 12/9/1871 and he had died by 1885), and Joshua Schofield Jeffries saddler Bowden, aged 44 in 1885 [Apparently the Jeffries family had come to live in Bowden c1850] Application 20730

JEFFRIES, Charles Edward wood merchant Nailsworth 1890 Memorial 30/401

JEFFRIES, Charles Henry farmer Hundred of Tickera 1888 Memorial 1/390

JEFFRIES, Edward farmer Strathalbyn 1883 Memorial 70/363

No 1

JEFFRIES, Henry Sturton Gawler Plains 1876 Memorial 107/295

JEFFRIES, Henry farmer Peachey Belt 1877 Memorial 214/303

JEFFRIES, Henry farmer Salisbury 1883 Application 19626

JEFFRIES, Henry farmer Sturton near Salisbury linked with Johnson Jeffries farmer Salisbury and Robert Nelson Jeffries farmer Salisbury linked through the will of the late John Jeffries formerly farmer Peachey Belt now deceased 1893 Memorials 181-183/416

JEFFRIES, Henry farmer Salisbury Plains 1906[-1913] Memorial 37/456

No 1

JEFFRIES, James minister of the gospel North Adelaide 1873 Application 12732

No 1

JEFFRIES, James farmer Penfield 1856 Memorial 145/105

No 1

JEFFRIES, Jeffrey blacksmith Strathalbyn 1851[-1856] Memorial 224/30 Farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 36/116

JEFFRIES, Jeff farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1858] Memorial 291/101

JEFFRIES, Jeff farmers Angas Plains 1858 Memorial 308/139

JEFFRIES, Jeff licensed victualler Belvidere 1865 Memorial 111/206

JEFFRIES, Jeff farmer Belvidere 1874 Memorial 95/277

JEFFRIES, Jeffrey farmer Belvidere, died c1881. Husband of Ann Jeffries. Edward Jeffries licensed victualler Nuriootpa 1886 eligible to inherit some of the testator's estate Memorial 68/379

JEFFRIES, Ann McLean widow Strathalbyn formerly Ann McLean LESLIE widow Strathalbyn 1902, widow of Jeffrey Jeffries farmer Belvidere, who died 7/2/1881, of stomach cancer, aged 59. Jeffrey Jeffries 22 labourer married Ann LESLIE 28 widow on 13/2/1851 Holy Trinity North Tce, Adelaide. Minister: James Farrell. Wirtnesses: James KEATING and Margaret Keating (She could not write). Mrs Jeffries had some daughters (unnamed) and one son, Edwin Jeffries, licensed victualler Stepney Application 24396

No 1

JEFFRIES, John labourer Adelaide (Light Square) 1845 Memorial 332/4

JEFFRIES, John farmer Brighton 1850[-1853] Memorial 3/25

No 2

JEFFRIES, John farmer Gawler Plains 1852[-1860] Memorial 217/41

JEFFRIES, John farmer Salisbury 1853 Memorial 81/59

JEFFRIES, John farmer Sturton Farm Gawler Plains 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee [pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para] Memorial 49/103

JEFFRIES, John farmer Munno Para 1857 Memorial 119/332

JEFFRIES, John farmer Gawler Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1863 Grant Book 27 Page 28 County Gawler

JEFFRIES, John farmer Peachey Belt, died 10/6/1881. Husband of Susannah Jeffries (who remarried to a Mr STUCKEY). Father of Charles Edward Jeffries wood merchant Nailsworth and Henry Jeffries no description 1890. John Jeffries owned Section 4042 Hundred of Munno Para, 'commonly called the Wood Section' Memorial 30/401

JEFFRIES, John farmer Peachey Belt, died 10/6/1881. He left money to his daughters, Susan RIDLEY, Elizabeth BRIGGS, Rachel DIMENT, and Mary Frances HILL Application 19626

JEFFRIES, John farmer Peachey Belt died. His widow, Susannah Jeffries, remarried to John STUCKEY broker Adelaide. She died 9/1/1893 Gawler Plains, of heart disease, aged 75. By that time, her second husband had also died. Her son, Henry Jeffries of Gawler Plains, registered his mother's death Deposit 16/1893

No 1

JEFFRIES, Johnson farmer Sturton near Salisbury 1878 Memorial 167/307

JEFFRIES, Johnson formerly of Sturton near Salisbury but now of Penfield 1896 Application 25320

JEFFRIES, Johnson farmer Salisbury 1900 Memorial 25/440

JEFFRIES, Johnson farmer Salisbury 1904 Application 24848

No 1

JEFFRIES, Norman Wilfred Charles agent Kapunda 1947 Memorial 163/521

JEFFRIES, Norman Wilfred Charles labourer Kapunda 1958 Application 29280

JEFFRIES, Robert Nelson farmer Salisbury 1893 Application 22471

No 1

JEFFRIES, SW articled clerk to LW BAKEWELL solicitor Adelaide 1907 Memorial 164/457

JEFFRIES, SW solicitor Adelaide 1918 Memorial 145/477

JEFFRIES, Shirley Williams solicitor Adelaide 1925 Application 27205

No 1

JEFFRIES, William minister of the gospel Kent Town President of the SA Methodist Conference 1904 Memorial 32/451

JEFFRIES, William minister of the gospel formerly of Brisbane Qld and then of Broken Hill NSW by 1900 His wife, Mercy Jeffries, died Kent Town c1903. Parents of Shirley Williams Jeffries formerly articled clerk Parkside but now solicitor Adelaide. William Jeffries had died by 1944 Memorial 31/518

JEFFS, Charles gardener Marden 1914 Application 26337

JEFFS, James Daniel mail contractor Yatina trustee Yatina Hall committee 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

No 1

JEFFS, John farmer Victoria township near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 78/143

JEFFS, John engineer Kapunda 1865 Application 6767

JEFFS, John engineer Kapunda 1867 Memorial 170/226

JEFFS, John farmer formerly of Kapunda 1857 but now of Neales 1875 Application 14413

JEFFS, Thomas contractor Kapunda 1901 Application 24294

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JEFFS, William blacksmith of no address 1852 Memorial 249/43 Of Kapunda 1853 Memorial 191/54 Engineer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 119/94 Gentleman Kapunda 1859[-1866] Memorial 311/148

JEFFS, William and JEFFS, John farmers Kapunda 1859. By 1865, William Jeffs was a flour miller at Allendale and John Jeffs was an engineer of Kapunda Application 6910

JEFFS, William miller Allendale North 1867 Memorial 170/226

JEFFS, William miller Kapunda 1876 Memorial 52/292

JEFFS, William town clerk of Kapunda 1878 Memorial 235/305

JEFFS, William farmer Kapunda 1880 Memorial 196/322

JEFFS, William Town Clerk Corporation of Kapunda 1890 Application 21926

JEFFS, William clerk Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1898 Grant Book 44 Page 137 County Light

JEFFS, William Secretary to the Sir John Franklin Lodge Kapunda 1898 Application 23550.

JEFFS, William Town Clerk Corporation of Kapunda 1913, declared that he was born in Kapunda in 1851 Application 26094

JEFFS, William Town Clerk Kapunda since 13/10/1880, he declared in 1919 Application 26746

No 1

JELFS, Thomas carpenter Thebarton 1839 Application 159

JELFS, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Currie St) 1842 Application 159

JELFS, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1845 Memorial 136/7

JELFS, Thomas gentleman Melbourne Vic 1856 Application 15988

No 1

JELLETT, Frederick farmer near Horsham Vic. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 13 County Buckingham

JELLETT, Frederick farmer near Bordertown 1884[-1890] Memorial 17/359

No 1

JELLETT, James labourer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 64/59

JELLETT, James labourer Adelaide 1883 Application 19258

No 2

JELLETT, James farmer Para Plains 1853 Memorial 386/53

JELLETT, James farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 273/68

JELLETT, James farmer formerly of Para Plains but now of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 457/69

JELLETT, James farmer Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 19/69

JELLETT, James and Thomas farmers Adelaide 1855 Memorial 179/92

JELLETT, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1860 Memorial 172/167

JELLETT, James gentleman Adelaide 1874 Memorial 129/276

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

JELLETT, Thomas the Younger of Adelaide 1850 Memorial 363/21

JELLETT, Thomas butcher Adelaide 1856 Memorial 163/113

JELLETT, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Angas St) 1858 Memorial 70/132

JELLETT, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1859 Memorial 139/153

JELLETT, Thomas licensed victualler Melrose 1864 Memorial 104/195

JELLETT, Thomas farmer Goolwa and Hindmarsh Island 1866 Application 7576

No 1

JELLETT, William and Eli farmers Adelaide 1853[-1854] Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 401/58

No 1

JELLETT, William labourer Norwood 1891 Application 22089

JELLY, John Mecrow carpenter Alberton Co Adelaide. Clinton (Hundred of Clinton) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 14 Page 121 County Daly STILL UNSATISFACTORY FIND

JELLY, John farmer Alma Plains. Hundred of Alma land grant 1864 Grant Book 26 Page 41 County Gawler

JELLY, John carter Queenstown 1874 Memorial 231/271

JELLY, John carter Queenstown 1874 Application 13783

JELLY, John labourer Alberton 1894 Application 22818

JELLY, Joseph storeman Queenstown 1871 Application 11692

No 1

JELLY, Thomas baker Alberton 1855[-1861] Memorial 287/93

JELLY, Thomas baker Pt Adelaide 1872 Memorial 182/258

JELLY, Thomas baker formerly of Alberton 1857 but now of Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15677

JELLY, Thomas baker formerly of Alberton 1859 but now of Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16665

JELLY, Thomas the Elder gentleman Pt Adelaide 1881 Application 18513

No 1

JEMISON, Mary Jane Walton and Hannah Jemison spinsters Pt Elliot 1900 Memorial 238/440

JEMISON, Mary Jane Walton spinster Pt Elliot 1901[-1946] Memorial 170/442

JEMISON, Mary Jane Walton spinster formerly of Goolwa but then of Pt Elliot, died 19/7/1953. Aunt to Howard Leslie SHIPWAY out of business Pt Elliot Memorial 136/528

No 1

JEMISON, Robert labourer Pt Elliot 1860 Application 1363

JEMISON, Robert boardinghouse keeper Pt Elliot 1894[-1896] Memorial 17/421, Application 23200

JEMISON, Robert lodginghouse keeper Pt Elliot, died c 1898. Husband of Mary Jemison. Father of Hannah Jemison and Mary Jane Walton Jemison Memorial 245/435

JEMPSON, Ann spinster Norwood 1859 Memorial 284/150

JEMSON, William schoolmaster Brighton 1859 Application 8867

JENE, Joseph hotelkeeper Adelaide 1885[-1902] Memorial 122/369

No 1

JENFELDT, Amandus carpenter Mannum 1884 Memorial 127/356

JENFELDT, Amandus Johann Heinrich cabinetmaker Mannum 1887 Memorial 126/385

JENFELDT, Amandus formerly of Mannum but now of Broken Hill NSW 1890 Memorial 82/402

JENKE, Johann farmer Ebenezer Plain near Stockwell 1858 Memorial 11/137

JENKIN, Alfred and William Alfred miners Adelaide 1863 Memorial 137/187

No 1

JENKIN, Edward labourer Edwardstown 1850 Memorial 466/26

JENKIN, Edward farmer Black Forest 1854 Memorial 124/64

JENKIN, Edward farmer formerly of the Black Forest but now of Pt Gawler 1855 Memorial 473/84

JENKIN, Edward farmer formerly of the Black Forest 1854 but now of Pt Gawler 1865 Application 5945

JENKIN, Edward farmer Virginia Gawler River 1859 Memorial 138/148

JENKIN, E farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 56/207

JENKIN, Edward farmer Two Wells 1869 Application 9929

JENKIN, Edward farmer near Two Wells 1875 Memorial 219/282

JENKIN, Gordon Keith labourer 56 Maesbury St, Kensington 1949 Application 28629

No 1

JENKIN, Henry miner Fullarton 1847 Memorial 224/9

JENKIN, Henry (born c1814, son of Henry James Jenkin miner Moyan) married Louisa nee GARD? (born c1813), on 27/10/1838 Cambourne parish church, Cornwall, England. Two daughters and one son of the marriage. The daughters died in infancy, leaving the son, John Henry JENKIN, born 28/8/1843 near Illogen (baptised 290/9/1844 Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Roseroggen). The Jenkins family emigrated to SA, settling first at Fullarton, where Henry was a miner. He bought land in Kensington 1847, from a miner friend George PROUT also of Fullarton. Henry Jenkin died 3/7/1849 intestate at Kensington, leaving his only son as heir at law. Louisa Jenkin remarried to John GUBBINS bailiff Kensington Application 8588

No 1 - apparently the same person

JENKIN, James engineer Norwood 1855 Memorial 40/87

JENKIN, James dairyman Norwood 1855 Memorial 489/92

JENKIN, James cowkeeper Kent Town 1864 Memorial 48/194

JENKIN, James storekeeper Rundle St, Kent Town 1866 Memorial 173/213

JENKIN, James engineer Kent Town 1867 Memorial 29/219

JENKIN, James formerly dairyman Norwood 1855 but now gentleman Kent Town 1870 Application 10578

No 1

JENKIN, John miner Kanmantoo Mine 1849[-1850] Memorial 94/17

No 2

JENKIN, John miner Kooringa 1876[-1887] Memorial 133/287

JENKIN, John labourer Kooringa, died 27/1/1905. Husband of Catherine Jenkin. Father of Mary Barritt?? wife of John Barritt of Brompton, Elizabeth Vivian GEAKE wife of William Geake hawker Kooringa, Emily Ann BATCHELOR wife of William George Batchelor customs officer Pt Adelaide and Catherine and Edith Louisa Jenkin spinsters Kooringa. Catherine Jenkin widow Kooringa, died 13/5/1909, of diarrhoea, aged 82. Born in Redruth, Cornwall, England. In SA 57 years. Married aged 25. 5 daughters living. 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased Memorials 90 & 91/515

No 3

JENKIN, John coach builder Adelaide (Blyth St) and Louisa Jenkin his wife 1894 Application 22814

No 4

JENKIN, John farmer Willunga 1900[-1902] Memorial 12/441

JENKIN, John Grenfell Methodist minister Kapunda 1921 Memorial 197/483

JENKIN, John Grenfell Methodist Minister Prospect 1931 declared that he was the President of the SA Methodist Conference Application 27786

JENKIN, John Henry carter Kensington 1867, heir at law of his late father Henry Jenkin miner Fullarton [There by 1847] Application 85880

No 1

JENKIN, William miner Kooringa 1859 Application 297

No 1 - probably the same person

JENKIN, William Primitive Methodist Minister Gawler 1865 Memorial 56/208

JENKIN, William Primitive Methodist Minister Norwood 1872 Memorial 27/265

JENKIN, William minister of the gospel Kooringa 1879 Memorial 145/316

JENKIN, William Primitive Methodist Minister Norwood 1880 Memorial 75/327

No 2

JENKIN, William farmer Greens Plains. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1876[-1885] Grant Book 14 Page 230 County Daly

JENKIN, William farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1898 Grant Book 14 Page 248 County Daly

No 1

JENKIN, William Alfred refiner Pt Pirie 1898[-1899] Memorial 78/436

JENKIN, William Alfred formerly refiner Pt Pirie but now water works caretaker Crystal Brook 1913 Application 26160

JENKINS, Ada May married woman Salisbury 1927 Application 27620

No 1

JENKINS, Alfred George and Robert Henry farmers Woodville 1888 Memorial 25/391

JENKINS, Alfred George farmer Hanson Rd, Woodville, died 3/7/1915. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Teresa Jenkins, for life or until her remarriage, then to their children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Estate worth £5,250. Mrs Jenkins still alive in 1948. Her son, Horace George Jenkins carrier Torrens Rd, Woodville, aged 55. His two sisters, Eileen Dorothy Jenkins and Eleanor Emily Jenkins spinsters, lived at 12 Leslie St, Woodville. The SA Housing Trust had purchased the Jenkins farm land in Hanson Rd Application 28550

JENKINS, Alfred George farmer Woodville, died 3/7/1915. Husband of Mary Teresa Jenkins. Father of Horace George Jenkins carrier Woodville. Other children mentioned but not named. Estate worth £5,250 Memorial 85/522

FIND - STILL A PUZZLE CHECK INFO

JENKINS, Archibald Walter gardener Salisbury, aged 80 in 1961, declared he had lived in Salisbury all his life. His grandfather, a Mr FENTON/FENTEN, had owned the land. The Jenkins family grew citrus and pear trees on their property Application 29419

No 1

JENKINS, Arnold Godfrey fruit grower Salisbury 1908 Application 25439

JENKINS, Arnold Godfrey pastoralist Salisbury and Mary Myrtle Jenkins his wife 1920 Memorial 112/480

JENKINS, Bronte Frederick gardener Salisbury, aged 45 years in 1961 , declared that he had lived in Salisbury for his whole life Application 29419

No 1

JENKINS, Charles clerk Adelaide 1851 Memorial 232/34

JENKINS, Charles auctioneer Adelaide 1854[-1864] Memorial 436/69

JENKINS, Charles auctioneer Cowandilla and Elizabeth Jenkins his wife 1868 Memorial 247/232

JENKINS, Charles auctioneer Cowandilla, died c1868. He left his whole estate to his wife, Elizabeth Jenkins and made her guardian of his infant children. She later remarried to a Mr THOMAS Application 26189

JENKINS, Elizabeth widow Cowandilla 1877[-1882] Memorial 69/303

JENKINS, Elizabeth widow Cowandilla about to marry Wiliam Richard Fox THOMAS gentleman Adelaide. Charles Stephen Jenkins and William Harding Jenkins clerks Cowandilla the trustees for the marriage settlement 1882 Memorial 232/353

No 2

JENKINS, Charles mason Bowden 1854 Memorial 44/78

JENKINS, Charles mason Bowden Hundred of Gilbert land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 66 County Light

JENKINS, Charles mason Adelaide 1866 Memorial 144/225

JENKINS, Charles mason The Gilbert 1869 Memorial 163/241

JENKINS, Charles farmer near Rhynie 1865 Memorial 13/202

JENKINS, Charles farmer near Riverton 1871 Memorial 144/252

JENKINS, Charles mason formerly of Bowden 1854 but now of Rhynie 1874. He could not write Application 13773

JENKINS, Charles farmer near Riverton 1874 Application 13936

JENKINS, Charles farmer near Riverton, died 3/11/1878. Husband of Elizabeth Jenkins. Father of Marina? THOMSON widow of James Thomson, Grace COTTLE wife of Richard Cottle, Samuel Jenkins farmer Riverton and William Jenkins farmer Booleroo 1897 Memorial 242/430 & RPA Search 835

JENKINS, Charles farmer near Riverton, died c1878. Husband of Elizabeth Jenkins. Father of William Jenkins farmer near Riverton. Friend of John KELLY farmer Sulby Farm near Riverton Memorial 20/473

JENKINS, Charles farmer formerly Bowden late Riverton, died 3/11/1878. He left his wife, Elizabeth Jenkins, an annuity for life; she died 22/5/1896. Daughters Marina THOMPSON widow of James Thompson, and Grace NOTTLE wife of Richard Nottle farmer formerly Riverton late Lochiel, received £250 each from the estate. Grace Nottle died 10/4/1896. Samuel Jenkins farmer Riverton and William Jenkins wee other family members 1897 Application 23422

JENKINS, Elizabeth widow near Riverton 1891 Memorial 15/409

No 3

JENKINS, Charles waterworks turncock Portland Estate 1896 Application 23156

No 1

JENKINS, Charles Stephens clerk Cowandilla 1909 Application 25599

JENKINS, Charles Stephens clerk Cowandilla near Hilton 1911 Memorial 148/464

JENKINS, Charles Stephens out of business Cowandilla 1924 Application 27211

JENKINS, Charles Stephens clerk Hilton 1926 Memorial 127/496

No 1

JENKINS, Daniel yeoman Kapunda 1865 Memorial 267/203

No 2

JENKINS, Daniel farmer Birdwood 1921 Application 26989

JENKINS, Daniel James miller Blumberg 1902 Memorial 173/445

JENKINS, David Samuel bookseller and agent Victoria Square, Adelaide, about to depart for Vic to supervise estate in that colony, power of attorney to John Greely JENKINS importer Victoria Square, Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/3/1882 Deposit 221/1883

JENKINS, Edmund farmer Two Wells 1885 Application 20436

JENKINS, Elizabeth hotelkeeper Somerset Hotel, Flinders St, Adelaide 1911[-1912] Memorial 247/465

No 1

JENKINS, Evan limeburner Walkerville 1865 Memorial 267/204

JENKINS, Evan of Nailsworth 1867 Memorial 61/224

JENKINS, Francis stockholder Adelaide 1847 Memorial 451/8

JENKINS, Francis formerly stockholder Adelaide 1847 but now of Buckingbong NSW 1871 Application 11675

No 1

JENKINS, George labourer The Tiers 1842 Memorial 234/13

No 2

JENKINS, George farmer Allendale 1867 Memorial 238/218

No 3

JENKINS, George clerk to Messrs STOW, BRUCE & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1868 Memorial 116/234

No 4

JENKINS, George draper Lancelot 1886[-1890] Memorial 35/376

JENKINS, George of Lancelot Co Kimberley 1887 Memorial 170/388

No 5

JENKINS, George shipwright Birkenhead 1886 Memorial 69/378

No 1

JENKINS, George Coryton grazier near Balhannah 1893 Memorial 12/419

JENKINS, George Coryton grazier Vernon Park Section 4058 Hundred of Onkaparinga near Balhannah 1893 Application 22567

No 1 – George Kirkhouse Jenkins

JENKINS, George farmer Terowie. Trustee School Hundred of Terowie Hundred of Terowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 40 Page 3 County Jervois

JENKINS, George farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

JENKINS, George Kirkhouse farmer Terowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1898 Grant Book 60 Page 57 County Victoria

No 1
JENKINS, George Ley shipwright Birkenhead 1886 Memorial 69/378

JENKINS, George Ley shipwright Birkenhead 1886 Application 20985

JENKINS, George Ley shipwright Pt Adelaide 1901 Memorial 149/442

JENKINS, George Ley shipwright Pt Adelaide 1908, declared that he, together with Ann Maria URLWIN, Isabel Lyle HARRIS, Eliza Jane BALL, Ida May MCPHERSON, and Mercy  JENKINS, were all children of the late Samuel Jenkins shipbuilder Birkenhead Application 25522

JENKINS, HE clerk Adelaide 1904 Memorial 87/451

JENKINS, Hugh farmer Angaston 1849 Memorial 425/14

JENKINS, Isobel Lyle spinster Birkenhead 1886 Application 20985

No 1

JENKINS, James carter Unley Park 1876 Memorial 167/289

JENKINS, James carter Upper Sturt 1880 Memorial 175/327

JENKINS, James carter Unley Park 1881 Memorial 60/336

No 2

JENKINS, James horse trainer Hilton 1879 Memorial 240/315

JENKINS, James trainer Gawler 1883 Application 19943

JENKINS, James Firmin architect Pt Pirie 1918 Memorial 64/477

JENKINS, Jeremiah of Kooringa 1857 Memorial 179/130

No 1

JENKINS, John yeoman in the vicinity of the Sturt River 1850 Memorial 359/22

JENKINS, John yeoman Edwardstown 1851 Memorial 408/31

No 2

JENKINS, John saddler Woodside 1852[-1853] Memorial 55/39

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JENKINS, John carrier Robe 1861 Memorial 65/197

JENKINS, John publican Robe 1866 Memorial 188/214

No 4

JENKINS, John blacksmith Kapunda 1865 Memorial 220/205

No 5

JENKINS, John dairyman Queen St, Alberton 1893 Application 22593

JENKINS, John Henry carter Kensington. Kensington Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1883[-1901] Memorial 35/354

JENKINS, JH station manager Point Sturt 1920 Memorial 125/480

No 1

JENKINS, Leonard farmer Riverton 1917 Memorial 12/475

JENKINS, Leonard farmer Riverton, died 7/7/1950. Husband of Emma Louisa Jenkins. Father of Norman Stanley Jenkins Memorial 137/529

JENKINS, Leslie William Francis out of business Salisbury 1923 Application 27224

No 1

JENKINS, Luke labourer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 1247/111

JENKINS, Luke mason Salisbury 1856 Memorial 117/127

JENKINS, Luke farmer Salisbury 1857 Memorial 198/118

JENKINS, Mary Ann Ellen widow Kapunda 1878 Memorial 128/309

No 1

JENKINS, Samuel baker Bowden 1853 Memorial 268/46

No 2

JENKINS, Samuel shipwright Pt Adelaide 1862[-1890] Memorial 250/181

JENKINS, Samuel shipwright Pt Adelaide 1867[-1890] Application 8247, Application 21803

No 3

JENKINS, Samuel farmer Fourth Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 163/41

No 4

JENKINS, Samuel farmer near Riverton linked with William Jenkins farmer Booleroo and Elizabeth Jenkins widow near Riverton 1891[-1892] Memorial 15/409

JENKINS, Samuel farmer near Riverton 1903 Memorial 45/448

JENKINS, Samuel farmer formerly of Riverton but now of Unley 1915 Memorial 53/484

JENKINS, Samuel formerly farmer Riverton but now out of business 23 Opey Ave, Unley linked with Leonard farmer Riverton 1916 Memorial 12/475

JENKINS, Samuel died 15/12/1916. His widow, Ann Jenkins (not Ellen Jenkins as wrongly recorded elsewhere), of Opey Ave, Unley, died 29/3/1918 The Semaphore. Probably parents of Leonard Jenkins farmer Riverton. Executors; Elizabeth Ann SAGE widow The Semaphore, Sarah Ann HOSKING wife of Ernest Richard Hosking bookseller Malvern, and George COLWELL out of business Prospect Memorial 193/476

No 5

JENKINS, Samuel farmer Unley Park 1909 Application 25615.

No 1

JENKINS, Thomas blacksmith Belalie near Canowie. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 132 County Victoria

JENKINS, Thomas gentleman Jamestown. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

JENKINS, Thomas blacksmith Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 123 County Victoria

No 2

JENKINS, Thomas farmer Brighton Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1879[-1883] Grant Book 26 Page 342 County Gawler

No 3

JENKINS, Thomas director of the Sons of Temperance Benefit Society of Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 105/392

JENKINS, Verna gardener Salisbury 1902 Application 24357

No 1

JENKINS, William farmer Nailsworth 1845[-1847] Memorial 174/51

JENKINS, William water carrier Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 334/20

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

JENKINS, William farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 175/48

JENKINS, William farmer Prospect 1862 Application 3099.

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

JENKINS, William farmer Nailsworth, died 8/8/1887. Executors: George Lindsay COOPER printer Nailsworth and John WILLIAMS the Younger machinist Little Adelaide Memorial 85/387

No 4

JENKINS, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1855] Memorial 416/53

No 5 - perhaps the same person

JENKINS, William mason Marrabel on the Dirty Light and Sarah Jenkins his wife nee Sarah GAYLARD 1875 Memorial 68/285

JENKINS, William farmer near Riverton 1880[-1881] Memorial 79/330

No 6

JENKINS, William farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 238 County Daly

No 7

JENKINS, William farmer Melrose 1900[-1902] Memorial 53/440

JENKINS, William A dairyman Fullarton 1885 Application 20624

JENKINS, William Alfred refiner Pt Pirie 1906 Memorial 156/454

JENKINS, William Edwin carter Nailsworth, died 1878 intestate. Letters of administration to William Jenkins farmer Nailsworth to settle his £208 estate Memorial 9/310

JENKINS, William Harding timber mill manager Hewitt Ave, Rose Park, died 7/12/1908, of 8 months' gastric and intestinal catarrh and 1 month diarrhoea, aged 51. He was married aged 30 and had three sons living Application 25599

No 1

JENKINS, William James dairyman Fullarton 1882 Memorial 159/344

JENKINS, William James and LAMB, George dairymen Fullarton 1883 Application 19826

JENKINSON, Alfred farmer Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1888 Grant Book 2 Page 94 County Adelaide

JENKINSON, Edward Henry engineer 27 Great George St, Westminster, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to his friend Arthur Robert LUNGLEY iron founder Adelaide, to administer and sell the SA estate of Joseph William JENKINSON civil engineer late of 27 Great George St, Westminster, Middlesex, England, brother to EH Jenkinson, who died 10/3/1885 Pernabuco, Brazil, a bachelor, intestate and without parents 2/7/1885 Deposit 148/1885

JENKINSON, Oliver returned soldier Littlehampton 1922 Memorial 120/486

No 1

JENKINSON, Roy Harold contractor Harrogate, Harrogate Methodist Church trustee 1945 Application 28410

JENKINSON, Roy Harold builder Harrogate 1947 Memorial 30/521

No 1

JENKINSON, William carpenter Adelaide 1852 Memorial 479/39

JENKINSON, William builder Adelaide 1854 Memorial 299/78

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JENKINSON, William no description died. Linked with Alfred Jenkinson farmer Echunga and Gaythorn Jenkinson labourer Echunga 1916 Memorial 170/474

JENKINSON, William Travers bootmaker Adelaide 1906 Memorial 48/456

No 1

JENKYNS, Richard labourer Hindmarsh 1839 Application 22301

JENKYNS, Richard Adelaide 1841 Application 14851

JENKYNS, Richard of Adelaide 1841 Memorial 65/118

JENKYNS, Richard timber dealer The Tiers 1841 Application 21364

JENKYNS, Thomas farmer Pennon Farm, Dublin 1876 Application 15667

JENNER, David farmer Penwortham 1894 Application 22625

No 1

JENNER, George blacksmith Section 120 Survey B 1854 Memorial 432/63

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JENNER, George mechanist Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 17/157

JENNER, George wheelwright Strathalbyn 1859 Memorial 128/155

JENNER, George wheelwright formerly of Strathalbyn, but now of Adelaide 1863 Application 4240

No 3

JENNER, George clerk Pt Adelaide 1886 Memorial 23/380

No 1

JENNER, Henry Castleden wheelwright Strathalbyn 1857[-1864] Memorial 121/120

JENNER, Henry Castleden wheelwright Adelaide 1864 Memorial 285/199

JENNER, Joshua farmer Currency Creek 1861[-1869] Memorial 230/177

JENNER, Lucy Catherine widow Sevenhill 1952 Application 28852

No 1

JENNER, Vincent Joshua farmer Mintaro and May Jenner his wife 1947 Memorial 136/521

JENNER, Vincent grazier Mintaro 1962, declared that he had been born on 3/7/1900. He lived in Sevenhill until 1946 when he moved to Mintaro Application 29455

JENNINGS, Charles gardener Hilsley/Kilsley on the Third Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 496/52

JENNINGS, Cornelius James dairyman Hargrave St, Largs Bay, died c1917. Brother to Maud Hamilton Jennings, Ruby Myrtle Lambert BENSON and Nellie Parkinson FAWK. Horace William Fawk and Stanley James Fawk received the dairying assets Memorial 54/476

No 1

JENNINGS, Edward Napleton gentleman Kapunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 107/69

JENNINGS, Edward N licensed victualler North Kapunda 1856 Memorial 326/110

JENNINGS, Edward Napleton publican Sir John Franklin Hotel, North Kapunda 1858 9-year lease at £9 a week rent from James WHITTAKER gentleman Norwood the owner. Possible family link with HN Jennings of Melbourne Vic Memorial 318/139

No 1

JENNINGS, Edward Thomas gentleman Penola 1869 Memorial 130/242

JENNINGS, Edward Thomas gentleman formerly of Penola but now of Queenscliffe Vic 1875 Memorial 24/284

No 1

JENNINGS, George fruit grower Norton Summit 1920 Application 26860

No 2

JENNINGS, George labourer Kingston S-E 1927 Memorial 5/497

JENNINGS, George labourer Kingston S-E 1939 Application 28152

No 1

JENNINGS, Henry farm labourer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1867 Grant Book 30 Page 118 County Grey

No 2

JENNINGS, Henry of independent means Hadham Road, Bishop Stortford, Herts, England, died 4/1/1889, of pneumonia, aged 70. Executor of the Da Costa Estate in England and elsewhere Deposit 34/1891

JENNINGS, Henry Napleton gentleman Melbourne Vic. Possible family link with EN Jennings of Kapunda 1857 Memorial 124/290

JENNINGS, Henry Stephen carpenter Norwood 1855[-1856] Memorial 263/93

No 1

JENNINGS, James farmer Mt Torrens 1851 Memorial 240/161

No 2

JENNINGS, James Presbyterian minister Mt Barker 1881 Application 18367

No 1

JENNINGS, James William of Walkerville 1851 Memorial 411/36

No 2 - probably a continuation of No 1

JENNINGS, James William ginger beer maker Hindmarsh 1855 Memorial 401/80

JENNINGS, James William carpenter Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 299/108

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JENNINGS, John teamster Upper Wakefield 1854[-1863] Memorial 57/70

JENNINGS, John farmer near Watervale 1856 Memorial 102/101

JENNINGS, John licensed victualler Farrell Flat Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 4 County Dalhousie

JENNINGS, John farmer near Black Springs near Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

No 2

JENNINGS, John carpenter Norwood 1857[-1866] Memorial 153/124

JENNINGS, John builder Norwood Co Adelaide. Broughton (later Redhill Hundred of Redhill) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 497 County Daly

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JENNINGS, John labourer Magill 1867 Application 8857

JENNINGS, John late of Third Creek, Hundred of Adelaide now deceased 1870, brother to Charles Jennings and father of Rebecca MILLINGTON (wife of Joseph Millington) and Caroline Jennings Memorial 53/250

No 4

JENNINGS, John the Younger gardener Magill 1882[-1886] Memorial 66/338

No 5

JENNINGS, John farmer Yongala 1884 Memorial 17/362

No 6

JENNINGS, John farmer Millicent 1888 Memorial 232/393

No 7

JENNINGS, John farmer Mayurra Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1899 Grant Book 31 Page 235 County Grey

No 1

JENNINGS, John Hocking cabinetmaker Norwood 1860 Application 1237

JENNINGS, John Hocking carpenter Norwood 1860 Application 1853

JENNINGS, John Hocking cabinetmaker Norwood 1862 Memorial 120/180

JENNINGS, John Hocking carpenter Norwood 1865 Memorial 34/237

No 1

JENNINGS, Joseph Gellibrand Esquire Launceston, Van Diemen's Land 1853 Memorial 181/57

JENNINGS, Joseph Gellibrand Union Bank of Australia manager Launceston Van Diemen's Land 1854[-1861] Memorial 192/73

JENNINGS, Joseph Gellibrand National Bank of Australasia Manager Adelaide Branch 1898 Application 23679

JENNINGS, Maud Hamilton spinster formerly of Stanley St, Kilkenny but then of Meningie, died 10/2/1932. Bequests to Kathalen Ruby BENSON, Stanley Cornelius Frank Benson, and Ellen Parkinson JAMES. Executor; Stanley James FAWK out of business Hanson Road, Woodville [husband of Lily Fawk ??]. Estate worth £3,173 Memorial 111/505

No 1

JENNINGS, Robert gentleman Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 252/70

JENNINGS, Robert corn dealer Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 230/81

JENNINGS, Robert farmer Morphett Vale 1859 Application 330

JENNINGS, Robert formerly gentleman Morphett Vale 1854 but now storekeeper Tarlee 1870 Application 10673

JENNINGS, Robert storekeeper Tarlee 1871 Memorial 24/252

No 1

JENNINGS, Sophia spinster Hilton 1854[-1859] Memorial 496/69

JENNINGS, Sophia of Hilton near Adelaide 1859 Application 228

JENNINGS, Stephen carpenter Norwood 1856 Memorial 288/101

JENNINGS, Walter miner Moonta Co Daly. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 200 County Dalhousie

JENNINGS, William Gordon formerly storekeeper Kangarilla but then dairy farmer The Point near Murray Bridge, died 15/4/1962. Husband of Lillian Elma Jennings. Children mentioned but not named Memorial 18/534

No 1

JENNISON, Horton Joseph Barraclough tyre repairer Kooringa 1929 Application 27762

JENNISON, Horton Joseph Barraclough tyre repairer Kooringa 1933 Memorial 51/507

JENNISON, Horton Joseph Barraclough garage proprietor and WOOLACOTT, Stanley James farmer both of Burra North 1953, declared that they had both lived in Burra for over 30 years Application 28924

JENNISON, Horton Joseph Barraclough garage proprietor Burra, aged 57 in 1956, declared that he had known Burra for more than 30 years Application 29150

JENNOWAY, Charles farmer Strathalbyn 1848[-1851] Memorial 329/10

No 1

JENS, Johann Matthias licensed victualler Pt MacDonnell and Anastasia Jens his wife formerly Anastasia QUIGLEY 1873 Memorial 15/270

JENS, Johannes Matthias hotelkeeper Pt MacDonnell Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

JENS, JM publican MacDonnell Bay 1879 Memorial 32/313

JENS, JM hotelkeeper Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 121/378

JENS, Johannes Matthias hotelkeeper Mt Gambier 1905 Application 25051

No 1 - possibly the same person

JENSEN, A agent Tanunda 1882 Memorial 143/340

JENSEN, August land agent Adelaide 1903 Memorial 76/449

JENSEN, August agent formerly of Tanunda but now of Adelaide 1896 Application 23220

No 1

JENSEN, Arvid Antone shipwright Milang 1898 Application 23617

JENSEN, Arvid Antone carpenter Milang 1910 Memorial 47/463

JENSEN, Arvid Antone carpenter Milang 1911 Application 25938

JENSEN, Arvid Antone builder Milang 1914 Application 26317

JENSKE, Friedrich farmer German Flat trustee unnamed School Hundred of Hindmarsh Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1872 Grant Book 30 Page 198 County Grey

JENZEN, Adolphine Eleonore Lydia of Melville 1886 Memorial 184/376

JENZEN, Joachim farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

JEPHCOTT, Ernest railway signal fitter formerly of Murray Bridge now of Pt Darwin NT 1896. Administrator of the estate of the late Brierly WORRALL gentleman Kent Town Application 23201

JEPP, Hurtle James of Noarlunga died 26/1/1919. His widow, Jane Jepp 1940, was a sister to Richard FERRIS of Noarlunga, who had lived there for 55 years Application 28191

JEPP, Joseph of Flinders St, Kent Town 1882 Application 19151

No 1

JEPSON, James gentleman Adelaide (perhaps in partnership with Benjamin WALKER as storekeepers Pt TA 59 in Hindley St] 1849[-1851] Memorial 1330/17

JEPSON, James storekeeper Salisbury 1852[-1857] Memorial 217/45

JEPSON, James postmaster Salisbury 1857 Memorial 94/118

JEPSON, James storekeeper formerly of Salisbury but now of Angaston 1862 Memorial 36/184

JEPSON, James storekeeper Angaston 1869 Memorial 238/241

JEPSON, James storekeeper Angaston 1869. Bankrupt. Enrolment 86/49

JERGENS, Carl August sawyer Kent Town. Member of the Permanent Equitable Building and Investment Society 1864 Memorials 296 & 346/197

No 1

JERGER, Henry jeweller Adelaide 1877 Memorial 4/306

JERGER, Henry watchmaker Norwood Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 693 County Frome

JERGER, Henry watchmaker Norwood Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

JERGER, Henry jeweller Norwood 1884 Application 20043

No 1

JERICHO, August Herman farmer near Pt Victoria linked with Johann Friedrich Jericho farmer near Dutton 1886 Memorial 67/376

JERICHO, August Hermann farmer Pt Victoria Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 227 County Fergusson

No 1

JERICHO, Friedrich Heinrich farmer Hundred of Tiparra linked with Johann Friedrich Jericho farmer St Kitts 1885[-1903] Memorial 235/368

JERICHO, Friedrich Heinrich farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 426 County Daly

JERICHO, Friedrich Joseph farmer Cummins 1929 Memorial 121/501

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JERICHO, Johann Friedrich farmer St Kitts Creek Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 220 County Fergusson

JERICHO, Johann Friedrich farmer St Kitts Creek 1885 Memorial 200/366

JERICHO, Johann Friedrich of Dutton 1887 Memorial 45/383

JERICHO, Johann Friedrich the Younger farmer Florieton 1887 Memorial 159/387

JERICHO, JF JP grazier Florieton 1893 Memorial 28/417

JERICHO, Johann Friedrich the Younger grazier Florieton 1896 Memorial 173/427

JERICHO, Johann Hermann farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 12 County Chandos

JERNINGHAM, Edmund William banker, dealer and chapman 6 Henrietta St, St Paul Covent Gardens, Middlesex, England, became a bankrupt. Detailed list of creditors 1841 Application 6566

JERRED, Edward farmer Point Sturt 1873 Memorial 223/265

JERRERD, James Richard labourer Pine Forest 1850 Memorial 34/21

JERVIS, John farmer near Mt Barker 1862 Memorial 86/186

JERVIS, Thomas farmer near Mt Barker 1862 Memorial 445/179

JERVOIS, Arthur Allan Gordon grazier Adelaide and Normanville 1938 Application 28157

No 1

JERVOIS, George Arthur station manager near Wellington 1902, declared that the Wellington Estate in the Hundred of Brinkley had been in existence for 40 years and more. The founding partners sold the property at auction on 10/1/1881 to Francis William STOKES. He sold the property again on 18/3/1881 to Sir William Francis Drummond JERVOIS, who kept the estate until his death on 17/8/1897. Since that time, his executors, Edward Hanson PASKE, William Henry Hammond JERVIOS and Leonard Gilbert BROWNE, had held the estate in trust. GA Jervois became manager for Sir William Jervios on 1/1/1884, and then also acted as the trustees' attorney in the running of the station, because they lived overseas Application 24463

JERVOIS, George Arthur station manager Wellington Lodge Station East Wellington and Susanna Hector Jervois his wife 1909 Memorial 169/460

JERVOIS, George Arthur station manager Wellington Station 1910, declared that he had been in that post since 1883. That property was on the opposite bank of the Murray River from Wellington Lodge, the home of the Allan MCFARLANES Application 25865

jervois, William Francis Drummond (Sir) Lt-General in HM Army, Governor of SA, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to Francis William STOKES, John CURRIE, and John Jervois Esquires Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 8/1/1883 Deposit 34/1883

JERVOIS, William Henry Hammond clerk in holy orders St Mary Magdalen's Clergy House, Osnaburgh St, Middlesex, died c1907 Memorial 75/457

No 1

JESSELL, Joachim Christoph of Norwood 1851 Memorial 485/34

JESSEL, Joachim Christoph labourer Norwood 1852[-1855] Memorial 190/46 Cart owner Norwood 1853[-1854] Memorial 481/48

JESSER, Charles farmer Baroota 1898 Memorial 142/436

JESSER, William publican Royal Exchange Hotel Aberdeen near Kooringa 1914 Memorial 183/471

No 1

JESSOP, CL notary public Adelaide linked with Lewis Angelo Jessop insurance manager Adelaide 1913 Memorial 155/469

JESSOP, CL solicitor Adelaide 1915 Memorial 111/473

JESSOP, Frederick Henry farm labourer Bowmans Co Gawler. Hundred of Bews land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

JESSOP, George the Elder labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 6349

No 1

JESSOP, Henry of North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 206/58

JESSOP, Henry plasterer North Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 52/89

No 1

JESSOP, Lewis Angelo agent Adelaide 1884 Memorial 16/361

JESSOP, Louis Angelo gentleman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1891 Memorial 4/412

JESSOP, Lewis Angelo Esquire Adelaide, appointed Manager of the local branch of the Alliance Assurance Company of Barthlomew Lane, London, England 22/6/1892 Deposit 2/1893

JESSOP, Lewis Angelo insurance agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1895 Memorial 228/424 Manager of the Alliance Assurace Companies 1895[-1896] Memorial 15/425

JESSOP, Lewis Angelo insurance manager Adelaide linked with Amy Isabel Jessop and Dorothy Frances Jessop spinsters North Adelaide 1914 Memorial 168/471

No 1

JESSUP, G clerk to Messrs MANN & FOSTER solicitors Adelaide 1880 Memorial 23/323

JESSUP, G law clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 203/339

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JESSUP, William farmer O'Halloran Hill 1853[-1854] Memorial 443/55

JESSUP, William yeoman Happy Valley 1855 Memorial 62/88

No 1

JESSUP, William builder and surveyor Mintaro 1859 Memorial 174/156

No 1

JESSUP, William Nash butcher Hindmarsh 1843 Application 17573

JESSUP, William Nash butcher Hindmarsh 1843[-1844] Memorial 70/3 Yeoman by 1849 Memorial 243/15 Brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 318/28

JESSUP, William Nash farmer Hundred of Pt Adelaide 1857 Memorial 311/116

JESSUP, William Nash labourer Hindmarsh 1858 Memorial 73/146

JESSUP, William Nash farmer Hindmarsh 1860 Memorial 180/164

JESSUP, William Nash butcher Hindmarsh 1865 Memorial 327/200

JESSUP, William Nash 73 widower Hindmarsh (Father: not stated) married Phoebe Ann COATES 77 widow Hindmarsh (Father: Jesse TROW) on 26/6/1878 Bridegroom’s daughter’s residence Alberton (probably a Best family). Witnesses: Susan and Lettice Best. Phoebe Ann Jessup wife of William Nash Jessup labourer Hindmarsh, died 27/12/1883, of senile decay, aged 83. Already a widow, Phoebe Ann WELLS 58 Reedbeds, had remarried to John COATES 58 farmer Reedbeds (Father: William Coates) on 9/6/1858 Mrs Wells’ home the Reedbeds. Witnesses: James GRIFFIN labourer Glenelg and ? NEALE of South Richmond (Both witnesses could not write). She was probably the widow of John Wells farmer Reedbeds, who died 18/3/1856, of typhoid fever, aged 54. His son, Robert Wells labourer Reedbeds registered the death. J Wells had at least two other sons - John Wells farmer Condale Vic and William Wells miner Wood’s Point Vic 1884 Application 20200

JESSUP, William Nash formerly butcher Hindmarsh 1876 Application 15328

JETTNER, Charles farmer Templers Co Gawler. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

JEW, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 271/55

JEWELL, Frederick labourer Callington 1874 Memorial 236/277

JEWELL, James Wheeler labourer Bowden 1852 Memorial 491/45

No 1

JEWELL, John contractor Norwood 1861 Memorial 397/179

JEWELL, John Esquire Norwood 1862[-1864] Memorial 286/182

JEWELL, John gentleman Norwood 1862 Memorial 13/186

JEWELL, John gentleman Norwood, died 20/7/1891 Application 25169

JEWELL, John gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 20/7/ 1891. Husband of Rachel Jewell nee Edwards. Brother-in-law of Francis EDWARDS. Brother to Martha CLIFTON and Mary WILLIAMS of Helston, Cornwall, England and Alice Ann CARVOSSO of Adelaide. Walter Lindsay JOHNSTON who lived with the Jewells to be treated as a blood brother of the deceased Memorial 119/410

JEWELL, Rachel widow of John Jewell gentleman Norwood 1892 Application 22304

JEWELL, Rachael widow Norwood, died 11/10/1905. Sister to Francis EDWARDS no description. Executors; Walter Lindsay JOHNSTON civil servant New Parkside and William Benjamin BOWPEE schoolteacher Cherry Gardens Memorial 60/454

No 1

JEWELL, Peter groom Adelaide 1850 Memorial 223/22

JEWELL, Peter livery stable keeper Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 393/68

JEWELL, Peter livery stable keeper Unley 1863 Application 4057

JEWELL, Peter and William NICHOLLS trading under the style or firm of Jewell & Nicholls took out a 7-year lease of the Criterion Stables leading off a private street at the back of the Criterion Hotel Adelaide 1874 Memorial 113/285

No 1

JEWELL, Richard lodging house keeper Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 59/205

JEWELL, Richard boardinghouse keeper Pt Adelaide and Ann Jewell his wife 1869 Memorial 14/248

JEWELL, Richard the Elder boarding house keeper [in Quebec St, the New Port] Pt Adelaide, died 26/11/1869. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Jewell. Estate worth £60. Children of the marriage as at 1898 - Thomas Jewell wharf labourer Pt Adelaide; Mary Ann Sidoli wife of John Sidoli blacksmith Exeter; Richard Jewell the Younger wharf labourer Pt Adelaide. Ann Jewell 35 boarding house keeper Pt Adelaide (Father: Daniel O'BRIEN) remarried to George ELLIS 33 bachelor sailor Pt Adelaide (Father: John Ellis) on 8/8/1870 Austin Friars Pt Adelaide. Minister: James A NOWLAN OSA. Witnesses: Arthur MILLAN watchmaker Pt Adelaide and Margaret Millan (neither could write). The bride could not write either. The Ellises had a daughter called Edith Ellis. Ann Ellis died 31/3/1898. She left the boarding house to her husband, George Ellis, for life, then to all her children in equal shares in remainder expectant Application 23669

JEWELL, Ann widow Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 154/251

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JEWELL, Richard farmer Kincraig Hundred of Hynam land grant 1880 Grant Book 29 Page 166 County MacDonnell

JEWELL, Richard farmer Kincraig Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1880 Grant Book 50 Page 114 County Robe

JEWELL, Richard the Elder farmer Narracoorte and Richard Jewell the Younger of Wirrega 1884 Memorial 80/363

JEWELL, Richard the Younger farmer Naracoorte Co Robe. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1886 Grant Book 7 Page 45 County Buckingham

No 1

JEWELL, Thomas of Bowden 1854 Memorial 111/77

JEWELL, Thomas farmer Mundulla. Hundred of Wirrega land grant 1886[-1889] Grant Book 7 Page 45 County Buckingham

JEWELL, Thomas farmer Wirrega 1889 Memorial 182/397

No 1

JEWELL, William miner North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 481/73

JEWELL, William miner formerly of North Adelaide but now of White Hills near Sandhurst Vic 1877 Memorial 184/303

No 1

JEWELL, William John police constable Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Pekina (Hundred of Pekina) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 14 County Dalhousie

JEWELL, William John police constable Sliding Rock Out of Hundreds. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 69 County Not named

JEWITT, John Henry fishmonger Dunedin New Zealand had interests in land at Pt Adelaide 1880 Memorial 44/324

JEYNES, Charles A clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 144/361

JICK, James sheepfarmer Summerhill near Mt Gambier 1895 Memorial 186/425

JILLICK, Simon gentleman near Angaston 1875 Memorial 13/285

JINKS, James Murray trader Milang 1877[-1889], died 16/10/1889. Husband of Catharine Jinks, still living at Milang in 1906. Other members of the family at this time included- William Jinks master mariner Morgan, Annie Jinks and Emmily Maud Jinks spinsters Milang, Edward James Jinks railway employe Leederville WA and Eliza DUNK wife of Ernest Arthur Dunk engineer Milang Memorial 18/455

JINKS, Jane widow Woodchester 1883 Memorial 200/350

JOASS, Thomas mariner Pt Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 378/39

JOB, Albert, Alexander and Joseph farmers Sheaoak Log 1900 Memorial 161/439

No 1

JOB, Alfred blacksmith near the Sturt 1856 Memorial 315/108

JOB, Alfred blacksmith formerly of near the Sturt but now of Sheaoak Log 1856 Memorial 290/109
JOB, Alfred blacksmith Sheaoak Log. Sheaoak Log Public School trustee 1856 Memorial 287/110

JOB, Alfred blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1859[-1869] Memorial 324/148

JOB, Alfred blacksmith Sheaoak Log linked with William Job farmer Sheaoak Log 1862 Memorial 223/182

JOB, Alfred and William the Elder farmers Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 143/125

JOB, Alfred farmer Sheaoak Log 1863[-1877] Memorial 35/191

JOB, Alfred blacksmith Sheaoak Log 1869 Memorial 22/244

JOB, Alfred farmer Sheaoak Log, died 10/9/ 1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Job, to settle the estate Memorial 7/322

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOB, John, JOB, Albert, JOB, Joseph, JOB, Joseph and JOB, Alexander farmers Sheaoak Log 1902 Application 24392

JOB, John farmer near Gawler 1913 Memorial 77/468

No 1 - likely the Elder and the Younger

JOB, William blacksmith Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 19 County Adelaide

JOB, William blacksmith Adelaide 1850[-1854[ Hundred of Adelaide land grant Memorial 369/46

JOB, William blacksmith The Sturt 1852 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 181/85

JOB, William farmer Sheaoak Log 1853[-1887] Memorial 144/139

JOB, William the Younger blacksmith Adelaide 1858 Memorial 85/135

JOB, William Junr farmer Sheaoak Log 1860 Application 1323

JOB, William died 1874. His widow, Eliza Job, still lived at Sheaoak Log in 1900 (She could not write). Linked with John Job, Albert Job, Joseph Job, James Job and Alexander Job farmers Sheaoak Log Memorial 161/439

JOB, Elizabeth widow King’s Belt 1882 Application 19052

JOBBINS, Edward grazier Nanamah near Yass NSW 1842 Memorials 147 & 148/198

No 1

JOBLING, John farmer Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 483/43

JOBLING, John carpenter Mt Barker 1859 Memorial 192/154

JOBLING, John carpenter Stephens St Mt Barker 1859. He had become a bankrupt by 1872 Memorial 28/154, Application 12067

JOBLING, John carpenter formerly of Mt Barker but now of Mt Gambier 1861 Memorial 230/180

JOBLING, John cabinetmaker Mt Gambier 1889 Memorial 174/399

JOBSON, Charles Henry carter Reynella 1896 Memorial 26/427

JOBSON, Edward licensed victualler Bowden 1879 Memorial 107/320

No 1

JOBSON, Thomas Augustus pianoforte maker Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 4849/18

JOBSON, Thomas Augustus carpenter Unley 1853 Memorial 193/58

No 1

JOCEY, Thomas William warehouseman Kent Town 1860 Application 1644

JOCEY, Thomas William storekeeper Adelaide 1867 Memorial 73/218

JOCHINKE, Carl Heinrich farmer near Point Pass 1883[-1885] Memorial 205/351

JOCHINKE, Christian mason Point Pass 1886 Memorial 68/373

JOCHINKE, Gottfried farmer near Stockwell 1859 Application 981

JOENSEN/JÖNSEN, Arthur Andrew carrier Kapunda linked with Edwin Reinhold Jönsen farmer Hamilton on the Light 1940 Memorial 98/514

JOERGENSEN/JÖRGENSEN, Christian Emanuel farmer near Greenock eldest son and heir at law of the late Christian Seidler Jörgensen who died 31/7/1864 Memorial 203/229

JOERGENSEN/JÖRGENSEN, Christian Seidler farmer near Greenock 1858 Memorial 283/138

JOHANSEN, Carl Johann carpenter Kapunda 1888[-1907] Memorial 208/390, Application 23494

JOHANSEN, Elvira Josephine spinster Kapunda 1956, declared that she had been born on 5/2/1889 and had lived in Kapunda for some 30 years Application 29151

JOHANSEN, Grace Gullekson formerly TAYLOR widow of the late William Taylor no description. William Henry Taylor of Kulpara belonged to this family 1890 Memorial 156/403

JOHANSEN, J proclaimed bank manager Kapunda 1930 Memorial 55/503

JOHINKE, Christian farmer Point Pass 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

JOHINKE, Gottfried farmer Stockwell Hundred of English land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

JOHINKE, Gottlieb farmer Point Pass 1883 Grant Book 17 Page 171 County Eyre

JOHN, Arthur Bernard mercantile clerk Adelaide 1909 Memorial 2/462

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHN, Benjamin and Wilhelm farmers Light Pass 1854 Memorial 15/71

JOHN, Benjamin farmer near Angaston 1884 Memorial 83/361

JOHN, Christian Paul carpenter Angaston 1889 Application 21720

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHN, Johann Carl Friedrich blacksmith Light Pass 1852 Memorial 479/41

JOHN, Carl Friedrich farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 64/216

JOHN, Johann Gotthold carpenter Greenock 1902 Application 24431

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 82/66

JOHN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1855[-1860] Memorial 235/93

JOHN, Johann Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1872 Memorial 216/258

JOHN, Maximilian Edward Louis storeman Pt Adelaide 1875[-1879] Memorial 20/285

JOHN, Michola railway porter Portland Estate 1875 Application 14457

No 1

JOHNCOCK, George James and William of Gilleston 1881 Application 18724

JOHNCOCK, George James the Elder gardener Balhannah 1915 Application 26459

JOHNCOCK, John Austin formerly sawyer but now out of business Balhannah 1923, declared that he had lived at Gilleston Balhannah for 68 years Application 27162

JOHNCOCK, Vincent Herbert blacksmith's assistant Kingscote KI 1922 Memorial 186/486

JOHNCOCK, William labourer Balhannah 1878[-1881] Memorial 168/308

No 1

JOHNES, Charles publican Halfway House Hotel York township on the Port Road March 1854-March 1855 Application 22071

JOHNES, Charles licensed victualler Halfway House on the Port Road from Adelaide and Charlotte Johnes his wife 1855 Memorial 238/82

JOHNES, Charles gentleman Kensington 1855[-1860] Memorial 309/91

JOHNES, Charles formerly licensed victualler Port Road but now out of business Kensington 1866 Memorial 70/215

JOHNES, Charles gentleman formerly of Kensington but now of Osmond Tce, Norwood 1885 Application 20377

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOHNS, Ann widow Allendale North linked with John Johns farmer Boolunda 1883 Memorial 138/354

JOHNS, Ann widow Chapple St, North Broken Hill NSW (daughter of William Kelly the Elder carpenter Allen Creek), died 26/4/1900 Memorials 78 & 82/482

JOHNS, John (grandson of William Kelly the Elder carpenter Allen Creek) formerly of Allen Creek near Kapunda, but then engine driver Broken Hill NSW, died 15/2/1902 Broken Hill & District Hospital Memorials 79 & 82/482

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

JOHNS, Arthur gardener Houghton 1922 Application 27048

No 1

JOHNS, Arthur Leslie nurseryman Houghton 1920 Memorial 192/480

JOHNS, Arthur Leslie orchardist Houghton 1946 Application 28457

No 1

JOHNS, Augustus labourer Houghton 1876[-1885] Memorial 187/292

JOHNS, Augustus farmer Houghton 1887 Application 21016

No 1

JOHNS, Bennett builder North Adelaide 1876 Memorial 198/288

No 2

JOHNS, Bennett butcher Stawell Vic eldest son and heir at law of the late Edward Johns formerly carrier Adelaide but then deceased intestate 1880 Memorial 156/348

JOHNS, Cecil Warren gardener Leasingham 1959 Application 29335

No 1

JOHNS, Charles clerk to WH BUNDY solicitor Adelaide 1868[-1869] Memorial 119/230

JOHNS, Charles clerk to Messrs MANN & BUNDEY solicitors Adelaide 1870[-1871] Memorial 29/249

JOHNS, Charles clerk to Messrs BUNDEY & DASHWOOD solicitors Adelaide 1875[-1878] Memorial 211/286

JOHNS, Charles law clerk Adelaide Co Adelaide. Farina (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 76 County Not named

JOHNS, Charles clerk to Messrs BUNDEY, DASHWOOD & HAWKER solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 199/334

JOHNS, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1901 Memorial 24/444

JOHNS, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1916 Application 27404

JOHNS & ADCOCK solicitors Adelaide 1927 Application 27555

No 1

JOHNS, David gardener Second Creek 1857 Memorial 291/134

JOHNS, David nurseryman Second Creek 1858 Memorial 248/138

JOHNS, David gardener Bridgewater Nursery Section 48 Cox Creek and his wife Frances Johns. Their youngest daughter was named Caroline Louisa Johns 1864 Memorial 98/300

JOHNS, David gardener formerly of Second Creek but now of the Onkaparinga 1870 Memorial 240/246

JOHNS, Frances wife of David Johns nurseryman Bridgewater Nursery Bridgewater, died 2/4/1869 of opoplexy from debility, aged 64. Her daughter, Caroline Louise Johns 23 spinster Cox Creek married Frederick Jared WATTS 26 gardener Cox Creek (Father: Jared Watts) on 5/10/1869 Young St Chapel Adelaide Minister: James ASHTON. Witnesses: D Johns nurseryman Adelaide and CF HAWSES carpenter Adelaide. The nursery most likely was on Lot 48 in Bridgewater township Application 17739

No 2

JOHNS, David smelter Scott Creek smelting works near Nairne 1862 Application 3186

JOHNS, David smelter Scott Creek near Dawesley 1864 Memorial 136/312

JOHNS, David smelter Scott Creek near Nairne father of John Johns smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1866 Memorial 163/208

JOHNS, David smelter Dawesley 1875 Application 14512

JOHNS, David smelter formerly of Scott Creek 1863 but now of Dawesley 1876 Application 14954

JOHNS, David of Dawesley, died 1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Louisa Johns, to settle the estate. John Johns licensed victualler Kadina probably a member of this family Memorial 181/311

JOHNS, David gentleman Scott Creek Smelting Works, died 9/9/1878 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Louisa Johns widow Dawesley Memorial 211/315

JOHNS, Louisa widow Dawesley 1883 Application 19560

No 3

JOHNS, David labourer Nairne 1897 Memorial 1/430

JOHNS, Douglas James stationmaster Gawler 1954 Memorial 37/529

JOHNS, Edward farmer Adelaide 1849. Norwood Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Enrolment 17/10

No 3

JOHNS, Edward miner Margaret St, North Adelaide Memorial 246/28

JOHNS, Edward [formerly miner but now] mason North Adelaide 1856[-1858] Memorial 101/103

JOHNS, Edward butcher Hindmarsh 1863 Application 4362

No 1

JOHNS, Edwin miner Reedy Creek Mine 1850[-1853]. Land grant Section 1567 Allen Creek £81/1/- 27/8/1850. Memorial 350/33

JOHNS, Edwin miner Tungkillo Mine 1851. He sub-divided Section 1567 at Allen Creek into 10-acre blocks to sell to ex-miners from Tungkillo. He called the place Appleton Memorial 428/35

No 1

JOHNS, Edwin miller Willunga 1854 Memorial 6/65

No 2

JOHNS, Edwin mason North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 200/107

No 1

JOHNS, Ezekiel farmer Gawler River 1866[-1875] Memorial 247/212

JOHNS, Ezekiel farmer Virginia 1883 Application 19588

JOHNS, Ezekiel farmer Virginia 1886 Memorial 96/378

No 1

JOHNS, Francis mason North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 199/200

JOHNS, Francis labourer SA 1851 Memorial 99/38

JOHNS, Francis of North Kapunda 1858 Memorial 96/141

JOHNS, Frederick Charles assayer Broken Hill NSW 1928 Memorial 53/500

JOHNS, Frederick William Stephen clerk formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Alberton 1937 Memorial 50/511

No 1

JOHNS, George farmer Black Hill near Kanmantoo 1863 Memorial 104/304

No 2

JOHNS, George of Peela Weela 1881 Memorial 141/331

JOHNS, George Cole labourer near Harrogate Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 119 County Sturt

JOHNS, George Moyle constable Adelaide 1893 Memorial 138/418

No 1

JOHNS, Henry farmer Upper Finniss 1865 Application 5969

No 2 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Henry teamster Terowie 1883 Memorial 10/351

JOHNS, Henry farmer Gumbowie 1886 Memorial 61/376

JOHNS, Isaac carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 84/6

No 1

JOHNS, James labourer Angaston 1855 Memorial 449/94

No 2

JOHNS, James miner Kooringa 1857[-1882] Memorial 262/123

No 3

JOHNS, James farmer Pine Forest 1859 Memorial 271/201

JOHNS, James farmer Dry Creek 1866 Memorial 6/210

No 4

JOHNS, James of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

No 1

JOHNS, John gentleman Adelaide 1842 Memorial 464/55

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JOHNS, John labourer Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 304/33

JOHNS, John miner Section 1561 Allen Creek 1854 Memorial 180/63

JOHNS, John the Elder carrier Allendale, died 1875. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Ann Johns, during her widowhood, then absolutely in remainder expectant to his son, John Johns the Younger farmer Allendale Memorial 2/284

JOHNS, John enginedriver Broken Hill NSW, died 15/2/1902. Estate worth £500. Father of Frederick Charles Johns assayer Broken Hill NSW, Matthew Ernest Johns no description, also; Julia Maud Johns and Ethel May Johns spinsters Chapple St, Kapunda. Brother of Edith Ann Johns. Ethel May Johns 22 domestic duties Chapple St, North Broken Hill NSW married William Clunie BEATTIE letter carrier 93 Chloride St, Broken Hill NSW on 2/1/1912 at Chapple St (Methodist ceremony) 1928 Memorials 43 & 44/499

No 2

JOHNS, John farmer Templers 1855 Memorial 491/86

No 3

JOHNS, John farmer near Angaston 1862 Application 3263

No 4

JOHNS, John smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1865 Memorial 189/205

JOHNS, John innkeeper Nairne 1872 Memorial 167/262

JOHNS, John formerly smelter Scott Creek but now licensed victualler Kadina 1876 Application 14954

JOHNS, John formerly smelter Scott Creek SA, then publican Wentworth NSW, died 16/8/1881 Adelaide intestate. Letters of administration to his widow Mary Ann Johns of Wentworth. Estate worth £380, including some blocks of land at Dawesley Application 19617

No 5

JOHNS, John eatinghouse keeper Charlton Mines near Crystal Brook 1868 Memorial 125/228

JOHNS, John farmer Charlton near Mt Remarkable 1872 Memorial 12/262

JOHNS, John eatinghouse keeper Charlton. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1872 Grant Book 60 Page 452 County Victoria

JOHNS, John farmer formerly of Charlton near Mt Remarkable 1872 but now of Laura 1875 Application 14647

JOHNS, John farmer near Laura 1873 Memorial 45/269

JOHNS, John farmer Laura Co Victoria. Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 523 County Frome

JOHNS, John farmer near Laura. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 156 County Victoria

JOHNS, John formerly eating house keeper Charlton Mine 1868 later farmer Section 456, Hundred of Booyoolie, died 26/8/1883. James SPICER auctioneer Laura 1885 was a good friend Application 20554

JOHNS, John farmer Hundred of Booyoolie, died 1883. Beneficiaries included his wife, daughter and grandchildren - none mentioned by name. Catherine COOK no description then living on the testator's farm to receive the livestock and farming implements and a lease of the farm for 2 years. Executors - Simeon Nathaniel WALTER miller Laura and Edward MATTHIESSEN farmer near Laura Memorial 66/354

No 6

JOHNS, John auctioneer Farrell Flat 1876 Memorial 190/291

No 7

JOHNS, John farmer near Angaston Hundred of Alma land grant 1878 Grant Book 26 Page 101 County Gawler

No 8

JOHNS, John the Younger engine driver Broken Hill NSW, died 15/2/1902. He left the following children - Frederick Charles Johns, Julia Maud Johns spinster Broken Hill NSW, Ethel May Johns (m 2/1/1912 , William Clunie BEATTIE), Matthew Ernest Johns, and Reginald Arnold Johns. His eldest son, Frederick Charles Johns assayer formerly of Chapel St, Broken Hill NSW now of Bay Rd, Glenelg, had to settle the estate, which included 15 acres of land near Kapunda formerly belonging to John John's father, John Johns the Elder labourer Allendale North Application 27711

JOHNS, John Albert Walter farmer Clement Gap trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Joseph farmer Hamley Bridge 1887 Memorial 90/386

JOHNS, Joseph farmer Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 32 County Albert

JOHNS, Maximilian EL storeman Queenstown 1880 Application 18277

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Nanny widow Adelaide relict of the late Edward Johns formerly carrier Adelaide but then deceased intestate 1880 Memorial 156/348

JOHNS, Nanny widow Hundred of Moockra 1888 Memorial 249/393 Widow [but then of?] Adelaide 1888 Memorial 250/393

No 1

JOHNS, Nicholas husbandman Bowden 1846 Memorial 254/7

No 2

JOHNS, Nicholas farmer Lyndoch Valley 1851[-1890] Memorial 291/41

JOHNS, Nicholas Union Chapel Lyndoch Valley foundation trustee 1854. He resigned as trustee in 1864 Application 5698

JOHNS, Nicholas farmer Lyndoch Valley and Elizabeth Johns his wife, formerly widow of Charles SMITH farmer Victoria Creek 1876 Application 15454

JOHNS, Nicholas farmer Lyndoch, died c1892. His sons, William Henry Johns farmer Tickera, and Robert Johns farmer Lyndoch to be the executors. Robert Johns to get all the domestic and farming personal estate. The rest of the estate to be sold and added to the money already in the estate, to set up a trust fund to pay the interest to the testator's wife, Elizabeth Johns, for life. Then the fund to be divided equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all the Johns children, except Robert Johns Application 22758

JOHNS, Nicholas farmer Lyndoch, died 15/6/1892. Husband of Elizabeth Johns. Father of William Henry Johns farmer Tickera and Robert Johns farmer Lyndoch. Other children referred to but not names Memorial 57/415

JOHNS, Elizabeth widow of the late Nicholas Johns farmer Lyndoch, died 15/10/1897, of heart action failure for a length of time, aged 84. Sons included William Henry Johns farmer Tickera and JOHNS, Robert farmer Lyndoch Application 23506

No 3

JOHNS, Nicholas miner Kapunda 1865 Memorial 219/206

JOHNS, Nicholas miner Kapunda, died 3/2/1904. Husband of Johanna Johns, who died before him. Daughters Belinda Johns had married HT CHRISTOPHERS railway guard Petersburg and Eveleen Johns had shifted to Petersburg by 1906 Memorials 88 & 91/456

JOHNS, Nicholas miner Kapunda, died 3/2/1904. He left his £100 estate to his wife, Johanna Johns, for life, then to his two daughters equally in remainder expectant - Belinda Shannon JOHNS and Eveleen JOHNS. Johanna Johns wife of Nicholas Johns died 9/11/1886 of phthisis, aged 49. She predeased her husband. Their daughter Belinda Johns married Henry Thomas CHRISTOPHERS 23 bachelor saddler Kapunda (Father: William Christophers) on 24/3/1887 Nicholas Johns' home, Kapunda. Minister: Thomas LLOYD. Witnesses: CC Christophers grocer Kapunda and E Johns of Kapunda Application 27849

No 4

JOHNS, Nicholas railway porter Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14079

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Paul linked with Section 334 Hundred of Pirie Co Victoria 1883 Memorial 9/356

JOHNS, Paul farmer Crystal Brook 1891[-1895] Memorial 144/409

JOHNS, Paul farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1902 Grant Book 60 Page 238 County Victoria

JOHNS, Percy butcher Main St, Henley Beach 1929 Memorial 30/502

JOHNS, Rebecca Langman spinster Glynde Road, Payneham, died 8/5/1923 Memorial 52/489

JOHNS, Reynell Eveleigh Esquire Geelong Vic, power of attorney to Walter REYNELLL and Charles Augustus REINECKE land agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/10/1885 Deposit 212/1885

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Richard carpenter Mt Barker 1849 Memorial 277/14

JOHNS, Richard carpenter and builder Nairne 1849 Memorial 24/173 Farmer Nairne 1854 Memorial 25/173

JOHNS, Richard carpenter & builder Nairne 1861 Application 2462

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNS, Samuel farmer Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1849[-1854] Memorial 13/19

JOHNS, Samuel yeoman Nairne 1854 Memorial 251/75

JOHNS, Samuel labourer Goolwa 1859 Memorial 72/153

JOHNS, Samuel labourer Goolwa, died c1872. His estate to go equally to his unnamed brothers and sisters. Executors; Samuel Goode Junr and Marc Richards both of Goolwa Memorial 178/262

JOHNS, Sidney dairyman North Walkerville 1909 Application 25642

JOHNS, Sydney Gordon licensed victualler Adelaide (Bijou Rundle St) 1912[-1920] Memorial 129/466

No 1

JOHNS, Thomas 1838 and Nicholas labourers Adelaide 1839 These men were brothers and lived together at Bowden between 1841-1847, when they moved to adjoining properties at Lyndoch Valley. Thomas Johns died date unknow. James Bryant Johns the eldest son and heir at law became 21 on 20/12/1855. Application 9975

JOHNS, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838. He had died by 1858. His eldest son and heir at law, James Bryant Johns, was a labourer at Lyndoch Valley in 1858 Application 9975

No 2

JOHNS, Thomas labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 304/35

No 3

JOHNS, Thomas farmer Bower trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Neales 1895 Grant Book 17 Page 201 County Eyre

No 1

JOHNS, Walter miner Kapunda 1860 Application 1961

JOHNS, Walter of Kapunda 1861 Memorial 344/173

JOHNS, Walter miner formerly of Kapunda 1861 but now of Wallaroo 1869 Application 10107

No 1 - a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JOHNS, William carpenter Adelaide 1848 prominent Wealeyan Methodist. Enrolment 19/4

JOHNS, William builder Kensington and his wife Hannah Johns formerly the widow of the late Joshua FISHER storekeeper Morphett St, Adelaide deceased 1857. Mother of Joseph Fisher gentleman Adelaide and his sister, Elizabeth GARSED nee Fisher wife of William Garsed of Norwood. Joseph Fisher was the only son and heir at law of the late Joshua Fisher gentleman Halifax, Yorks, England. [and later Adelaide]. The Fishers owned land in Robert St, Hindmarsh Memorials 76/122 & 77/122

JOHNS, William the Younger builder Adelaide 1854[-1871] Memorial 213/78

JOHNS, William the Younger carpenter Kent Town 1876 Memorial 123/295

JOHNS, William builder Adelaide 1863 Memorial 69/188

No 2

JOHNS, William butcher Hindmarsh 1869[-1873] Memorial 10/237

No 3

JOHNS, William farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1891[-1901] Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

No 4

JOHNS, William groom Woodville 1897 Memorial 8/430

No 1

JOHNS, William Henry farmer Condowie trustee Cemetery Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

JOHNS, William Henry farmer Lyndoch Valley Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1878 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

JOHNS, William Henry farmer Condowie Plains trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

No 2

JOHNS, William Henry farmer Lyndoch Valley Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 35 County Stanley

JOHNS, William Henry farmer Kanaka 1892 Memorial 207/412

No 1

JOHNS, William L clerk to FW BULLOCK & Co land agents Adelaide 1893 Memorial 82/417

JOHNS, William Langman clerk to FW BULLOCK & Co land agents Adelaide 1895 Memorial 25/426

JOHNSON, Albert Edward soapmaker Hindmarsh 1907 Application 25277

JOHNSON, Albert Harold dairy farmer 12 King St, Gawler, aged 64 in 1957, declared that he had lived in the area for 62 years Application 29242

JOHNSON, Alexander police officer New Port near Adelaide 1841 Farmer 81Kensington 1851 Application 17832

No 1

JOHNSON, AC clerk to Messrs MANN, THORNTON & HAY solicitors Adelaide 1884 Memorial 88/355

JOHNSON, AC clerk to Charles MANN solicitor to the SA Commissioner of Railways 1888 Memorial 122/389

JOHNSON, A Campbell clerk to Messrs CC KINGSTON & HALL solicitors Adelaide 1890 Memorial 39/404

JOHNSON, Alexander Campbell civil servant Adelaide 1906 Memorial 97/457

JOHNSON, Alexander Hammond vigneron McLaren Vale 1950 Application 28751

No 1

JOHNSON, Anders Peter stevedor Portland Estate 1875 Memorial 244/281

JOHNSON, Anders Peter labourer Pt Adelaide 1883 Application 19954

No 1

JOHNSON, Andrew accountant Adelaide 1850. Involved professionally with Wesleyan Methodist Church affairs Enrolment 17/10

No 2

JOHNSON, Andrew mud pincher Exeter 1881 Application 18837

No 3

JOHNSON, Andrew clerk Pt Pirie 1885 Memorial 186/367

No 1

JOHNSON, Archibald stockholder Mt Muirhead near Mt Gambier 1850[-1870] Memorial 36/27

JOHNSON, Archibald stockholder Mt Muirhead Hundred of Penola land grant 1860[-1861] Grant Book 29 Page 10 County Grey

JOHNSON, Archibald sheep farmer formerly of Mt Muirhead but now of Jahara Vic 1873 Memorial 5/267

JOHNSON, Archibald formerly sheep farmer Mt Murchison but now Esquire Toorak Vic 1881 Memorial 174/331

JOHNSON, Arthur William caretaker Gawler 1923, declared that he had lived in Gawler since 1854 and had been a member of St Andrew's Presbyterian Church since 1874 Application 27101

JOHNSON, Catherine widow Pt Wakefield 1909 Application 25677

JOHNSON, Catherine Marie widow Kooringa, died 21/10/1909 intestate. Administratrix; Eileen Olive Kenyon GOTTSCHALK wife of Percy Gottschalk Commonwealth public servant Kooringa Memorial 159/462

No 1

JOHNSON, Charles mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1852 Memorial 285/41

JOHNSON, Charles mariner Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 224/43

JOHNSON, Charles mariner Kangaroo Island 1855 Memorial 398/86

JOHNSON, Charles mariner Alberton 1856 Memorial 397/100

JOHNSON, Charles formerly mariner 1856 late licensed victualler Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 now mariner Alberton 1868 but absent from the province Application 9194

No 1

JOHNSON, Charles Henry clerk Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19145

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JOHNSON, Charles Henry formerly mercantile clerk Kensington Gardens but now retired merchant Kensington Park 1938 Application 28172

JOHNSON, Charles James farmer Skilly near Watervale, died 15/6/1898. Linked with Edward Adam Scott Johnson butcher Blyth Memorial 50/436

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOHNSON, Charles Lewis mariner Alberton 1854 Memorial 238/62

JOHNSON, Charles Lewis Augustus labourer Fisherville Le Fevre Peninsula and Fanny Johnson his wife 1878 Application 16843

JOHNSON, Charles Richard painter Nile St, Exeter 1913 Application 26248

No 1

JOHNSON, Daniel labourer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 239/33

JOHNSON, Daniel farmer Section 2204 near the Sturt 1852 Memorial 315/41

JOHNSON, Daniel farmer Upper Sturt 1852[-1853] Memorial 359/42

JOHNSON, Daniel farmer Coromandel Valley 1862[-1880] Memorial 271/183

JOHNSON, Daniel farmer formerly of Section 2204 near the Sturt 1852 but now of Coromandel Valley 1875 [Likely to be the same address] Application 14507

JOHNSON, Daniel gentleman Coromandel Valley 1881 Application 18474

JOHNSON, Daniel gentleman Belair 1879 Memorial 183/319

JOHNSON, Daniel gentleman Blackwood 1882 Application 19343

No 2

JOHNSON, Daniel farmer Belalie. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 159 County Victoria

No 1

JOHNSON, David farmer Kapunda 1851[-1856] Memorial 332/35

No 2

JOHNSON, David farmer Kensington 1853 Memorial 292/47

No 3

JOHNSON, David farmer Salisbury 1863 Memorial 107/188

JOHNSON, David farmer formerly of Salisbury 1863 but now of Greenock Creek 1866 Application 7264

JOHNSON, David farmer Greenock 1867 Memorial 104/223

No 1

JOHNSON, Edward of SA purchased land at Willunga 1857 Memorial 262/131

JOHNSON, Edward farmer Myponga Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

JOHNSON, Edward Adam Scott butcher Blyth 1898 Application 23682

No 1

JOHNSON, Edward Angas Doctor of Medicine, formerly of Adelaide, but now of London, England m Margarethe Friedericke Charlotte KLEVESAHL of Adelaide c1901 Deposit 41/1902

JOHNSON, Edward Angas doctor of medicine Adelaide 1902 Application 24497

JOHNSON, Edward Angas medical practitioner Adelaide and Margarethe Friedericke Charlotte Johnson his wife 1916 Memorial 187/474

JOHNSON, Edward Edley soap manufacturer 8 Morgan St, West Hindmarsh 1930 Memorial 74/503

No 1

JOHNSON, Elizabeth (daughter of the late Joseh THYER of Mt Pleasant, who died 1/2/1889), died c1908. Her children included - Sarah Johnson spinster formerly of Mt Pleasant but now of Toowoomba Qld, Ellen Eliza Goode wife of James Goode farmer Jamestown, and Rose Millicent CARLE wife of George James Eustace Carle clerk 4th Ave, East Adelaide Memorial 160/459

No 2

JOHNSON, Elizabeth widow of near Angaston 1911 Application 25995

JOHNSON, Emma Mary spinster formerly of Angaston but now in parts beyond the seas 1877 Memorial 132/298

No 1

JOHNSON, Frederick farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856[-1872] Memorial 101/154

JOHNSON, Frederick farmer Skillogolee Creek 1871. He could not write Application 11628

JOHNSON, Frederick farmer Watervale, died 31/10/1889 Skillogolee Creek. Husband of Albinia Johnson, who died 15/8/1857. Father of Charles James farmer Skillogolee Creek, Frederick William Johnson farmer Kadina, Edward Adam Scott Johnson butcher Blyth, Elizabeth Margaret HYWOOD nee Johnson wife of John Morphett Hywood labourer Terowie, Henrietta Janet Johnson spinster Skilly, and Christiana Anvent BARTLETT wife of William Arthur Bartlett overseer Watervale 1890 Memorials 174/401 & 15/402

JOHNSON, Frederick farmer Watervale died 31/10/1889. Estate to be divided into 6 equal parts and distributed to his children - Frederick William Johnson farmer Kadina; Edward Adam Scott JOHNSON butcher Blyth; Elizaeth Margaret HYWOOD wife of John Morphett HYWOOD labourer Terowie; Henrietta Janet JOHNSON spinster Skilly; Christiana Anvert BARTLETT wife of William Arther BARTLETT overseer Watervale; Charles James JOHNSON farmer Skilly 4/3/1890. Children to receive £100 each Deposit 33/1890

No 2

JOHNSON, Frederick labourer Sharps Well 1885 Memorial 38/371

JOHNSON, Frederick Ernest salesman Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1

JOHNSON, Frederick James painter Kapunda 1902 Memorial 176/446

JOHNSON, Frederick James painter Kapunda, died c1925. Husband of Harriet Annie Johnson Memorial 198/494

No 1

JOHNSON, George yeoman Pewsey Vale Barossa Range 1845 Memorial 309/5

JOHNSON, George sheep farmer formerly of Pewsey Vale, now of the Eastern Sources of the Torrens 1850[-1853] Memorial 457/19

No 2 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JOHNSON, George farmer The Hermitage 1853[-1855] Memorial 326/52

JOHNSON, George farmer Houghton 1853 Memorial 244/54

JOHNSON, George carpenter Houghton 1880 Application 18217

No 3

JOHNSON, George coachsmith Adelaide 1854[-1861] Memorial 451/76, Application 715

No 4

JOHNSON, George master mariner Goolwa 1864 Memorial 35/199

No 5 - probably the same person

JOHNSON, George the Younger farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 116 County Victoria

JOHNSON, George the Younger farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1889 Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

JOHNSON, George the Younger farmer Black Rock Plain Co Dalhousie 1886[-1889] Memorial 172/373

JOHNSON, George farmer Black Rock near Kooringa trustee Baptist Church Black Rock 1893 Grant Book 13 Page 447 County Dalhousie

No 6

JOHNSON, George market gardener and fruitgrower near Brighton, brother to Henry Johnson farmer formerly of New Brighton but now of Kadina 1901. They were sons of Thomas Johnson, who died c1870. Thomas Johnson's wife died in February 1902 Application 24201

JOHNSON, George fruiterer Brighton, aged 71 in 1906. He was a son of the late Thomas Johnson the Elder farmer Brighton Application 25190

No 1

JOHNSON, George Walker timber merchant Adelaide 1842[-1843]. He was one of the trustees for the marriage settlement between John DALTON account Adelaide and Emma BLAKELEY spinster Adelaide 1850. Farmer Section 1077 Glen Osmond adjoining the Great Eastern Road 1850 Memorial 6/29 He leased other sections for grazing from Arthur HARDY Memorial 7/29

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer Glen Osmond Road near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 359/27

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer Section 1077 [Glen Osmond] 1850 Memorial 6/29

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 3/56

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 21 County Adelaide

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer formerly of Glen Osmond but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 205/62

JOHNSON, George Walker farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Kyneton Co Dalhousie Vic 1856 Memorial 289/100

JOHNSON, George Walker formerly builder Adelaide 1839 but now gentleman Melbourne Vic 1863 Application 4114

JOHNSON, Gilbert Edwin hotelkeeper Kent Town Hotel Kent Town 1923 Memorial 47/488

JOHNSON, Hannah Thewlis spinster Ellemere Lodge, The Park, Cheltenham, England, power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON gentleman Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 23/6/1894 Deposit 69/1894

JOHNSON, Harriet domestic duties Kilkenny 1888 Memorial 39/441

JOHNSON, Harriet Annie widow Kapunda, aged 64 in 1942, declared that she had lived in the Kapunda district for 39 years Application 28306

JOHNSON, Heinrich farmer Klemzig 1850 Memorial 263/172

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSON, Henry gentleman Grove End Road, Regents Park, Middlesex, England, about to depart for SA (deed dated 6/8/1840) Enrolment 73/6

JOHNSON, H solicitor Adelaide 1844 Memorial 292/48

JOHNSON, Henry of Leigh St, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 56/10

JOHNSON, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 497/68

JOHNSON, Henry solicitor Adelaide 1854 Memorial 188/73

JOHNSON, Henry solicitor formerly of Adelaide, but now of Geelong Vic. He had sold his practice to WM SANDFORD (date uncertain) 1870 Application 10648

No 2

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Gumeracha 1849 Memorial 392/34

JOHNSON, Henry of Gumeracha 1853, died c1856. He left Sections 6201 and 6324 Hundred of Talunga to Thomas William TYNAN the Younger farmer Gumeracha to be handed over ten years after the testator died. If T Tynan died in the meantime, the land to go to Daniel Tynan. If D Tynan should die beforehand, the real estate to go to Ellen MCKEY and the surviving children of Thomas Tynan the Elder in equal shares. Thomas Tynan the Elder and Thomas YETMAN the executors for the estate Memorial 249/217

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSON, Henry builder Cranbourne near Kensington 1851 Memorial 255/34

JOHNSON, Henry carpenter The Parade Norwood 1853 Memorial 35/53

No 4

JOHNSON, Henry licensed victualler Norwood 1854[-1881] Memorial 74/63 Coach & Horse Inn Norwood 1859. Enrolment 35/39

JOHNSON, Henry publican Coach and Horse Inn, Norwood 1863 Memorial 38/188

No 5

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Wickham Park 1863 Memorial 20/191

No 6

JOHNSON, Henry storekeeper Willaston 1871 Memorial 18/255

No 7

JOHNSON, Henry farmer New Brighton 1873 Memorial 16/271

No 8

JOHNSON, Henry auctioneer Pt Augusta 1877 Memorial 140/300

No 9 – perhaps the same person

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Kadina trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Kadina 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 239 County Daly

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Kadina 1893 Memorial 171/419

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 249 County Daly

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Kadina, had died by 1905. Executrix – Mary Maria Johnson widow Kadina Grant Book 14 Page 252 County Daly

No 10

JOHNSON, Henry farmer Wintanerta? 1893 Memorial 95/416

No 11

JOHNSON, Henry labourer Portland Estate 1900 Application 23943

No 1

JOHNSON, Henry Cryer of Norwood 1863, eldest son and heir at law of the late George Johnson blacksmith Norwood Application 4505

JOHNSON, Henry Cryer the only child of George Johnson and his first wife, Martha, nee CRYER. HC Johnson was born 30/8/1840 Canning St, Manchester, Lancs, England. George Johnson coachsmith Manchester m Martha Cryer on 15/9/1839 Manchester Collegiate and Parish Church. Not known when Martha Johnson died. George Johnson remarried in London - new wife called Louisa - she knew him a long time before she married him. The family lived in Camden Town, Middlesex, where George was a blacksmith. They emigrated to SA c1854, when HC Johnson was c14. George Johnson died 16/7/1863 Norwood. By 3/10/1863, HC had shifted to Mortlake in Victoria Deposit 132/1863

JOHNSON, Hubert storekeeper Winnaminna 1879 Memorial 164/313

JOHNSON, Jabez farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1854[-1859] Memorial 494/72

No 1

JOHNSON, Jacob farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 484/71

No 2

JOHNSON, Jacob labourer Reynella lived in a cottage in Reynella, but he vanished forever in the late 1850s-early 1860s. His widow and family continued to live in the cottage until she died in 1895. Her son, William Johnson, had to sell the cottage to pay for her funeral expenses and debts. A friend, James Whittaker, bought the cottage and took his widowed mother to live there until her death in 1912. Afterwards, in 1918, his brother Charles Whittaker and his wife, came to care for him, because he was in poor health. The cottage had a sizable garden of almond trees and vegetables. James Whittaker gave him the property for looking after him until his death in 1922 Application 28236

No 1

JOHNSON, James gentleman Plymouth, Devon, England, about to proceed to SA, power of attorney with ANGAS, JH and RODDA, Richard and RANDALL, David gentlemen Adelaide, to represent the Barossa Range Mining Company 1847 Memorial 481/12

No 2

JOHNSON, James labourer and JOHNSON, Joseph druggist both of Kooringa 1851 Memorial 152/30

No 3

JOHNSON, James labourer Alberton 1853 Memorial 365/56

JOHNSON, James labourer Beverley 1855 Beverley Primitive Methodist chapel trustee Memorial 131/94

No 4

JOHNSON, James labourer Queenstown 1857[-1858] Memorial 96/135

No 5

JOHNSON, James storekeeper Queenstown 1860 Application 1516

JOHNSON, James grocer Queenstown 1875 Application 14249

JOHNSON, James storekeeper Queenstown 1879 Memorial 68/313

No 6

JOHNSON, James farmer near Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 236/205

No 7

JOHNSON, James carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1876[-1882] Memorial 91/287, Application 19147

No 8

JOHNSON, James farmer Two Wells 1881[-1904] Memorial 117/331

No 9

JOHNSON, James storekeeper Hoyleton Hundred of Hall land grant 1881 Grant Book 56 Page 213 County Stanley

No 10

JOHNSON, James hotelkeeper Salisbury and Frances Johnson his wife 1901 Memorial 11/442

No 1

JOHNSON, James A clerk Angaston 1861[-1863] Memorial 69/209

JOHNSON, James Angas accountant Lindsay Villa near Angaston Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1870 Grant Book 19 Page 30 County Fergusson

JOHNSON, James Angas gentleman Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 157/326, Application 19199

JOHNSON, James Angas gentleman Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 9 County Carnarvon

JOHNSON, James Angas gentleman Angaston 1884 Memorial 138/358

JOHNSON, James Angas Esquire Adelaide, probably a relative to Emma Johnson widow Fern Lea Highfield Hill, Upper Norwood, Surrey England, who died 7/2/1885 Memorial 6/372

JOHNSON, James Angas financial agent Adelaide 1887[-1899] Memorial 196/383, Application 23766

JOHNSON, James Angas agent Adelaide, linked with Anne Johnson widow Oak Hurst Alderwasley, Co Derby, England, Herbert Alfred Johnson iron manufacturer Bradford Iron Works Bradford near Manchaster and Ernest Johnson also of the Bradford Iron Works 1896 Memorial 189/429

JOHNSON, James Angas financial agent Adelaide, died 19/5/1902. Father of Lisle Gardner Johnson accountant Adelaide and Edward Angas Johnson surgeon formerly of London but now of Adelaide Memorial 37/449

JOHNSON, James Angas financial agent formerly of Angaston, late of Prospect, died 19/5/1902 1915. FW Bullock sold his real estate at auction on 2/3/1904 at the Adelaide Town Hall Auction Room Application 26422

No 1

JOHNSON, James Lisle civil servant Pt Lincoln 1945 Memorial 184/518

JOHNSON, James Lisle civil servant formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of 6 Marlborough St, St Peters 1949 Application 28685

No 1 - likely to be the same person; dealt with Mitcham land

JOHNSON, Jesse brickmaker Hindmarsh 1852 Memorial 10/44

JOHNSON, Jesse formerly of Adelaide but now of Bendigo Vic 1854 - could be mis-interpreted; perhaps simply of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 360/63

JOHNSON, Jesse labourer Mitcham 1856 Took up a 7 year lease of the Park Gate Inn at Goodwood for 30/- a week for the 1st 3 years and 40/-a week for the remainder Memorial 150/97

JOHNSON, Jesse formerly brickmaker Hindmarsh 1852 but now of Upper Goulbourn Vic 1862 Application 3417

JOHNSON, Jesse of Upper Goulburn Vic, formerly licensed victualler Adelaide1862. He had owned land at Mitcham. Friend of William Trivett DALWOOD sheep farmer Goodwood Application 3417

JOHNSON, Johanna Caroline widow near Australia Plains 1886 Memorial 52/378

No 1

JOHNSTON, John farmer Adelaide linked with James MITCHELL farmer Adelaide Hundred of Blanche land grant 1858 Grant Book 30 Page 53 County Grey

No 2

JOHNSON, John labourer Mudla Wirra 1868 Application 9498

No 3

JOHNSON, John labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1877] Memorial 136/276

JOHNSON, John labourer Portland Ward, Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20835

No 4

JOHNSON, John farmer Curramulka. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Curramulka township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 368 County Fergusson

JOHNSON, John farmer Curramulka. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 19 Page 434 County Fergusson

No 5

JOHNSON, John gardener Mt Lofty 1879 Memorial 248/317

No 6

JOHNSON, John farmer Binnum 1887 Memorial 10/383

No 7

JOHNSON, John farmer Hundred of Mobilong 1890 Memorial 92/401

No 8

JOHNSON, John assistant colonial surgeon Mt Gambier 1903 Memorial 174/451

JOHNSON, John doctor of medicine Mt Gambier 1914 Application 26351

JOHNSON, John Barker linked with Section 137 Hundred of Wonoka Co Blachford 1885 Memorial 52/370

JOHNSON, John Ernest farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1934 Grant Book 12 Page 57 County Chandos

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSON, JH articled clerk to Messrs SYMON, BAKEWELL, STOW & PIPER solicitors Adelaide 1895 Memorial 242/423

JOHNSON, John Herbert accountant Adelaide 1938 Memorial 55/513

No 1

JOHNSON, John Thewlis manufacturer of parts beyond the seas 1890 Memorial 84/401

JOHNSON, John Thewlis iron manufacturer, wire drawer and galvaniser Oak Hurst, Alderwasley, Co Derby, England, and of Broughton House, Higher Broughton near Manchester, Lancs, died 15/1/1896 at Oak Hurst. Anne Johnson widow Oak Hurst, Alderwasley, Co Derby; Herbert Alfred JOHNSON iron manufacturer The Bradford Iron Works Bradford near Manchester, Lancs; Ernest JOHNSON iron manufacturer The Bradford Iron Works Bradford near Manchester, Lancs; Frederick PLATT-HIGGINS Esquire MP Holmleigh Bowden, Co Chester, England; executors and trustees for the estate of JT Johnson. Power of attorney to James Angas JOHNSON agent Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate 31/7/1896 Deposit 70/1896

No 1

JOHNSON, Joseph of the Reedbeds 1841 Memorial 212/398

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire Reedbeds 1843 Memorial 38/3 He remained at the Reedbeds during the entire 1840s; money lender. Husband of Eleanor Johnson 1845 Memorial 151/5 Estate called Frogmore by 1847 Memorial 51/10

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire Reedbeds 1852 Memorial 212/46

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire Frogmore Reedbeds 1853[-1855] Memorial 455/60

JOHNSON, Joseph gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1861 Memorial 3/171

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire formerly of the Reedbeds but now in parts beyond the seas 1861[-1868] Memorial 320/171

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire formerly of the Reedbeds 1846 now of Cheltenham, England 1874 Application 13855

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire formerly of Frogmore near Adelaide 1855 now of parts beyond the seas 1875 Application 14056.

JOHNSON, Joseph wheatbuyer formerly of Pt Adelaide now of Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 14937.

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire Berkeley Court, Cheltenham, Glos, England, died 15/1/1877, of vesical disease, aged 72. He had lived at the Reedbeds in SA, where he bought Sections 412, 413 Survey B in the late 1840s from absentee English speculators - 268 acres he called St James Farm. He later returned to England, and left the property in trust to his wife, Eleanor Johnson, for life, then in absolutely in remainder expectant to Edward John KEELE licensed surveyor Sydney. Trustees were Joseph Johnson’s good friends, the solicitors, George EADES (lived in The Abbey, Evesham) and George Lavender Eades, of Evesham, Co Worcester, England. Eleanor Johnson died 11/10/1882 19 St Thomas’s Square, Newport, Isle of Wight, of chronic hepatitis and valvular heart disease, aged 74. Her nephew, George KERANS, of Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, Ireland, was present when she died. When George Keele placed the land under the RPA in 1889, he was living in Melbourne. His tenant was Edward LAUGHTON salesman Adelaide. Keele sub-divided the land, which he called St James’s Park Application 21585

JOHNSON, Joseph Esquire Berkley Court, Cheltenham, Glos, England, owned St James Farm Sections 412 and 413 Reedbeds near Adelaide, an estate of 268 acres. James LEASON of the Reedbeds was his tenant in 1875. Joseph Johnson died 27/2/1877, leaving the income from rents for the farm to his wife Eleanor Johnson, for life. Mrs Johnson died 11/10/1882 St Thomas Square Newport Isle of Wight, Hants, England. The English executors and trustees handed the property over to Edward John KEELE licensed surveyor Sydney NSW. Henry and Frank RYMILL agents Adelaide, the Johnson family's local attorneys. SA estate worth £6,000 Memorial 92 & 115/354

JOHNSON, Eleanor widow Berkeley Court, Cheltenham, Glos, England, power of attorney to Henry and Frank RYMILL land agents Adelaide, to administer the SA estate of her husband Joseph JOHNSON lately deceased, dated 12/6/1877 Deposit 197/1877

No 2

JOHNSON, Joseph yeoman Black Forest 1850 Memorial 57/25

No 3

JOHNSON, Joseph mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 153/203

JOHNSON, Joseph mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Application 6020.

JOHNSON, Joseph master mariner formerly of Le Fevre Peninsula 1868 but now of Pt Wakefield 1869 Application 9835

No 4 - continuation of No 3 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JOHNSON, Joseph master mariner Pt Wakefield 1869 Memorial 79/243

JOHNSON, Joseph storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1872. He bought his business from John STYLES in that year Application 12152

JOHNSON, Joseph storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1873[-1885] Memorial 230/264

JOHNSON, Joseph general storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 168/289

JOHNSON, Joseph gentleman Pt Wakefield 1876 Memorial 160/293

JOHNSON, Joseph merchant Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 62 County Daly

JOHNSON, Joseph merchant Pt Wakefield Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 281 County Fergusson

JOHNSON, Joseph storekeeper Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 135 County Daly

JOHNSON, Joseph the Younger of Pt Wakefield 1889 Memorial 104/397

JOHNSON, Joseph merchant Pt Wakefield 1891 Application 22086

JOHNSON, Joseph corn merchant Pt Wakefield 1893 Application 22606

JOHNSON, Joseph farmer and storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1896[-1911] Memorial 43/429

JOHNSON, Joseph shipping agent Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1901 Grant Book 14 Page 139 County Daly

JOHNSON, Joseph merchant Pt Wakefield 1903 Memorial 31/449

JOHNSON, Joseph the Younger storekeeper Pt Wakefield Co Gawler. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1907 Grant Book 14 Page 140 County Daly

JOHNSON, Joseph farmer Pt Wakefield had died by 1911. Executors – George DOWLING woolbroker Adelaide and Patrick John WALSH hotelkeeper Balaklava Grant Book 14 Page 143 County Daly

JOHNSON, Joseph sheepfarmer Pt Wakefield, died 12/1/1909. Executors; George DOWLING woolbroker Gilberton and Patrick John WALSH out of business Malvern 1918 Memorial 169/477

JOHNSON, Joseph the Elder sheep farmer gentleman Pt Wakefield, died 12/1/1909. His estate worth £13,000. His wife, Catherine Johnson, to receive his personal estate absolutely. His estate to go into trust to provide an income for his wife, for life, then the trust to be wound up and the children to receive an equal share absolutely in remainder expectant in the distribution Application 26901

No 5

JOHNSON, Joseph gentleman Pt Adelaide 1882 Application 19172

No 6

JOHNSON, Joseph engineer Hectorville and Catherine Johnson his wife formerly Catherine MARTIN wife of Thomas Martin labourer Hectorville 1904 Memorial 43/452

No 1

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis Esquire Adelaide (Insurance Chambers, Pirie St) 1882 Application 19212

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis journalist Adelaide 1882 Memorial 150/338

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis journalist Adelaide 1883 Memorial 16/354 Agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 17/354

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis gentleman Adelaide 1887[-1889] Memorial 139/385

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis Johnson gentleman Adelaide son of Wilhelmina Colquhoun of College Park 1886 Memorial 238/377

JOHNSON, Joseph Colin Francis gentleman Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1899 Application 23810

No 1

JOHNSON, Joseph James storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1909 Application 25677

JOHNSON, Joseph James grocer Pt Wakefield 1914[-1937] Memorial 109/471
No 1

JOHNSON, Josiah farmer Kensington 1855[-1862] Memorial 304/87

JOHNSON, Josiah builder North Kensington 1862 Application 2978

JOHNSON, Josiah formerly farmer Kensington 1855 but now bricklayer North Kensington 1869 Application 9975

JOHNSON, Lionel Patrick storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1921[-1950] Memorial 143/482

No 1

JOHNSON, Lisle Gardner accountant Adelaide 1899[-1912] Memorial 110/439, Application 24497

JOHNSON, Lisle Gardner gentleman North Adelaide and Marjorie McMillan Johnson his wife 1913 Application 26187

JOHNSON, Margaret married woman Penrice 1911 Application 25995

No 1

JOHNSON, Martin station labourer Warrow Station near Pt Licoln 1892 Memorial 231/414

JOHNSON, Martin livery stable keeper Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 68/461 Agent Pt Lincoln 1909 Memorial 4/462

No 1

JOHNSON, Morris gardener Carey Gully 1884 Application 20253

JOHNSON, Morris gardener Carey Gully 1885 Memorial 76/369

JOHNSON, Mostyn George orchardist Wirrabara 1956 Application 29207

JOHNSON, Norman David John merchant's salesman Pt Lincoln 1927 Application 27561

No 1

JOHNSON, Peter labourer Portland Estate 1867 Application 8562

JOHNSON, Peter labourer Portland Estate 1878 Application 16977

JOHNSON, Peter Alfred labourer Queenstown 1897 Application 23436

JOHNSON, Peter Christian labourer Arkaba Co Hanson. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

JOHNSON, R barman Balaklava (probably to PJ WALSH publican Balaklava) 1913 Memorial 158/469

JOHNSON, Reginald Barker storekeeper 28 Breaker St, St Morris 1949 Application 29492

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOHNSON, Richard leather cutter Adelaide 1874 Memorial 130/273

JOHNSON, Richard of Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 156/310

JOHNSON, Robert of the Hundred of Coglin 1887 Memorial 155/383

JOHNSON, Robert Wiliam Hudson grocer Queenstown 1880 Application 18201

No 1

JOHNSON, Rosetta French Lindsay House Flaxman Valley 1849 Memorial 97/16

JOHNSON, Rosetta French Lindsay House Angaston widow of the late James Johnson Esquire 1849[-1855] Memorial 365/14

JOHNSON, Rosetta French widow Tarrawatta near Angaston 1856 about to marry the Rev'd John HANNAY Minister of the Gospel Angaston Memorial 144/100

No 1

JOHNSON, Samuel farmer Chellaston 1853 Memorial 35/54

No 2

JOHNSON, Samuel farmer St Marys 1853[-1854] Memorial 367/54 Husband of Hannah Johnson 1854 Memorial 107/62

No 3

JOHNSON, Samuel the Elder gentleman near Balhannah 1889 He could not write Application 21549

No 4

JOHNSON, Samuel the Younger and JOHNSON, Daniel labourers near Balhannah 1889 Application 21549

No 1

JOHNSON, Sarah Ellen spinster Alberton 1893 Application 22459

JOHNSON, Sarah Ellen spinster Alberton 1901 Memorial 247/441

No 1

JOHNSON, Thomas now or late commander of the merchant ship Recovery 1842 Memorial 482/1

JOHNSON, Thomas master mariner Arbour Tce, Commercial Rd, Middlesex, England, died 24/2/1847 Bombay, East Indies. He owned real estate in Pt Lincoln, which he bought in 1844; also real estate in the city of Adelaide and along the Murray River Memorials 155 & 156/393 & Deposit 87/1888

JOHNSON, Thomas master mariner of Arbour Tce, Commercial Road, Middlesex, England, died 24/2/1847 Bombay East Indies. Personal effects to his friend John ALLAN merchant Leadenhall St, London, and his daughter Eliza Allan. John Allan and Thomas Chapman of Leadenhall St, to sell Thomas Johnson’s land, sheep farming stock and utensils, and shares in the brig Sea Horse; money in trust for the children of his sister Isabella Batson nee Johnson, wife of Thomas Richard BATSON banker Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to receive absolutely in remainder expectant when they have all turned 21. In the meantime, the money to be used for the upkeep of the children. English property worth £20 Deposit 88/1888

No 2

JOHNSON, Thomas farmer Brighton Plains 1844 Memorial 46/39

JOHNSON, Thomas farmer Brighton 1855[-1857] Memorial 423/86

JOHNSON, Thomas the Elder of Brighton 1875 Memorial 20/286

No 3

JOHNSON, Thomas labourer Prospect 1853 Memorial 306/49

No 4

JOHNSON, Thomas gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 24/77

No 5

JOHNSON, Thomas bootmaker Adelaide 1855 Memorial 369/88

JOHNSON, Thomas boot and shoe importer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 140/211

No 6

JOHNSON, Thomas labourer Reynella 1859 Memorial 219/151

No 7

JOHNSON, Thomas carter Redruth 1867 Memorial 26/227

JOHNSON, Thomas carter Kooringa. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1868 Grant Book 8 Page 118 County Burra

JOHNSON, Thomas miner Kooringa 1868 Memorial 201/227

JOHNSON, Thomas miner Redruth 1871 Memorial 68/252

JOHNSON, Thomas teamster Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra

No 8

JOHNSON, Thomas member of the House of Assembly Adelaide Co Adelaide. Cadnia East (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 65 Page 27 County Not named

JOHNSON, Thomas merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 169/351

No 1

JOHNSON, Thomas Andrew labourer Martina St, Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula, died before 7/10/1922. Husband of Eliza Johnson of Alberton, who died 7/10/1922. Father of George Thomas Johnson shoemaker Alberton Memorial 93/487

JOHNSON, Thomas Andrew labourer Martini St, Exeter, died 9/3/1901. His widow, Eliza Johnson, died 7/10/1922 Victoria St, Queenstown, of 3 weeks' cerebral apoplexy, aged 77. 3 sons and 1 daughter living; 2 daughters deceased. By 1922, the sons included George Thomas Johnson shoemaker Exeter (died 5/2/1936 Semaphore); Joseph Patrick Johnson labourer Alberton; and Albert Andrew Johnson seaman Alberton (died c1927 Pt Adelaide) Application 27134

JOHNSON, Thomas Augustus pianoforte maker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 484/18

JOHNSON, Thomas Benedict gentleman Adelaide 1884 Memorial 27/357

No 1

JOHNSON, Thomas Henry mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 334/207

No 2

JOHNSON, Thomas Henry teacher Brighton. St Jude's Anglican Church trustee 1921[-1931] Memorial 168/504

JOHNSON, Thomas Henry teacher Brighton Trustee St Jude's Anglican Church Brighton 1931 Application 27841

No 1

JOHNSON, William the Elder married twice - a son and a daughter by his 1st marriage; two sons and a daughter by his 2nd marriage. In 1837, William Johnson moved to North Shields, Co Northumberland, where he died 1850, a widower. William JOHNSON the Younger, the eldest son of the second marriage, emigrated to SA 1849. He died c1863 publican Tea Tree Gully (widow Emma Johnson), leaving his brother, Andrew Henderson Johnson engineer formerly of North Shields but now of South Shields, as heir at law 1876 Application 14354

No 1

JOHNSON, William labourer Bowden 1851 Memorial 116/33

No 2

JOHNSON, William printer Nailsworth 1851[-1853] Memorial 334/35

No 3

JOHNSON, William engineer Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 130/48

No 4 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSON, William Adelaide Hospital clerk Adelaide 1857[-1858] Memorial 162/130

JOHNSON, William clerk Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1868 Application 9412

No 5

JOHNSON, William sawyer East Auburn 1858 Memorial 21/135

JOHNSON, William formerly sawyer East Auburn 1857 now of Kapunda 1871 Application 11407

No 6

JOHNSON, William baker Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 207/212

No 7

JOHNSON, William clerk Norwood 1871 Application 11599

JOHNSON, William of Osmond Tce, Norwood 1875 Memorial 165/281

No 8

JOHNSON, William bootmaker Glen Osmond 1874 Application 13815

JOHNSON, William bootmaker Glen Osmond 1877 Memorial 183/298

No 9

JOHNSTON, William merchant Adelaide Hundred of Light land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 198 County Light

No 10

JOHNSTON, William farmer Pt Gawler 1866 Memorial 34/211

JOHNSTON, William farmer formerly of Pt Gawler late of Dublin, died 16/11/1883 intestate. Uncle to Henry RICHARDSON farmer formerly of Lower Light but now of Gilles Plains 1904 Application 24740

JOHNSTON, William farmer Dublin, died 16/11/1883 intestate Memorial 160/367

JOHNSTON, William farmer Dublin, died c1883 intestate. Letters of administration to Joseph RICHARDSON farmer Pt Gawler, his brother and heir at law, to settle his £350 estate Memorial 77/367

No 11

JOHNSTON, William seaman Milang 1882 Memorial 163/341

JOHNSTON, William farmer Milang 1883 Memorial 51/350

JOHNSTON, William seaman Milang 1888 Memorial 128/389

No 1

JOHNSON, William carter Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 20923

JOHNSON, William out of business Pt Adelaide 1903 Application 24640

JOHNSON, William Alfred farmer Mt Gambier 1945. Mt Gambier Lutheran Church trustee Application 28421

No 1

JOHNSON, William Henry full age storekeeper Hackney (Father: Henry Johnson) married Jessie MACDONALD full age Paradise (Father: Alexander MacDonald) on 7/6/1873 St Peter's College Chapel, Rev'd GH FARR. Witnesses: JOT Johnson clerk and WC JOHNSON of Hackney Application 18143

JOHNSON, William Henry storekeeper Bull Creek and Jessie Johnson his wife formerly Jessie MACDONALD 1873 Memorial 5/270

JOHNSON, William Henry storekeeper Bull Creek 1873[-1877] Memorial 49/266

No 1

JOHNSTON, Alexander farmer Coromandel Valley 1850 Memorial 210/26

JOHNSTON, Alexander farmer formerly of Coromandel Valley then of the Little Para but now of the province of Victoria 1856 Memorial 498/99

No 1

JOHNSTON, Alexander farmer Kensington late 1850 Memorial 184/27

No 2

JOHNSTON, Alexander gardener Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 417/51 Formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of Unley 1853[-1858] Memorial 418/51

No 3

JOHNSTON, Alexander gentleman Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Henry GILBERT solicitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 30/11/1853 Deposit 351/1856

No 4

JOHNSTON, Alexander shepherd Tarcowie. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 49 County Dalhousie

JOHNSTON, Alexander farmer Tarcowie 1887 Memorial 249/383

No 5 - perhaps the Elder and the Younger

JOHNSTON, Alexander fruit grower Wroxton Grange near Angaston 1888 Application 21453

JOHNSTON, Alexander grazier near Angaston 1935. His sons, Ronald Keith Johnston Lyall Neill Johnston and Reginald Lancelot Johnston farmers near Angaston, aged 50, 49 and 48 years old respectively in 1954, declared that they had lived near Angaston all their lives Application 29073

No 6

JOHNSTON, Alexander accountant East Adelaide 1915 Application 26429

No 1

JOHNSTON, Alexander Campbell vigneron McLaren Vale 1892 Application 22328

JOHNSTON, Alexander Campbell vigneron McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

JOHNSTON, Alexander Grahame clerk Adelaide 1894[-1895] Memorial 78/423

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSTON, A clerk to the Advocate-General 1845 Memorial 29/5

JOHNSTON, Andrew accountant Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 384/15

JOHNSTON, Eliza widow Adelaide, relict of the late Andrew Johnston now deceased 1851 Memorial 24/31

No 2

JOHNSTON, Andrew and William millers Strathalbyn 1897 Memorial 70/432

No 3

JOHNSTON, Andrew Esquire of Forest Lodge Woodford Green, Essex, England but temporarily sojourning at Adelaide 1901 Memorial 59/442

JOHNSTON, Arthur and William farmers Clare 1880[-1901] Memorial 193/329, Application 24241

JOHNSTON, Arthur Laurence departmental manager Henley Beach 1929 Memorial 30/502

JOHNSTON, AD brewer Oakbank 1895 Memorial 178/424

No 1

JOHNSTON, Athol Bertram solicitor Adelaide 1933 Memorial 113/506

JOHNSTON, Athol Bertram solicitor 139 Allinga Ave, Glenunga, between June 1926-July 1946 Managing Clerk to and between July 1946-Nov 1957 a member of the firm of MOULDEN & Sons solicitors, 44 Grenfell St, Adelaide, aged 65 in 1962 Application 29492

JOHNSTON, Catherine widow Barker Ave, Findon, died 26/6/1944 Northfield. Executor; John BELL shop assistant Payneham Road. Bequest to Robert Victor MARTIN no description Memorial 174/519

JOHNSTON, Catherine Marie licensed victualler Kooringa 1908 Application 25443

No 1

JOHNSTON, Charles solicitor Adelaide 1838 Memorial 155/1

JOHNSTON, Charles solicitor Adelaide ( Hindley St) 1839 Application 20994

JOHNSTON, Charles gentleman Adelaide 1840 Application 4452

No 2

JOHNSTON, Charles labourer Le Fevre Peninsula 1866 Memorial 165/208

No 3

JOHNSTON, Charles publican Adelaide 1873 Memorial 51/266

JOHNSTON, Charles licensed victualler [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Kulpara 1874 Memorial 214/276

No 2

JOHNSTON, Charles farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1879 Grant Book 50 Page 112 County Robe

JOHNSTON, Charles farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Joyce land grant 1884 Grant Book 51 Page 10 County Robe

No 1

JOHNSTON, David yeoman Stepney 1852 Memorial 171/42

No 2

JOHNSTON, David tailor Adelaide 1869 Memorial 101/237

JOHNSTON, David tailor Norwood 1877[-1882] Memorial 86/299

JOHNSTON, David tailor formerly of Adelaide 1869 but now of Norwood 1878 Application 16762

No 3

JOHNSTON, David farmer Yackamoorundie Hundred of Yackamoorundie land grant 1881[-1883] Grant Book 56 Page 96 County Stanley

No 1

JOHNSTON, Eliza widow Allen Creek near Kapunda 1863 Memorial 217/190

JOHNSTON, Eliza widow formerly of Allen Creek near Kapunda but now of the Family Hotel Adelaide (Currie St) 1866 Memorial 59/212

No 1

JOHNSTON, Francis labourer North Adelaide 1867 Memorial 95/227

JOHNSTON, Francis out of business Evandale linked with John Johnston gardener Evandale 1890 Memorial 233/400

JOHNSTON, Frederick farmer Skillogolee Creek 1856 Memorial 91/102

JOHNSTON, Frederick Warren artesian well borer Adelaide 1921 Application 26973

No 1

JOHNSTON, George yeoman Adelaide 1840 He bought land in Alberton Still yeoman Adelaide 1856 Application 8024

JOHNSTON, George yeoman Adelaide 1856 Memorial 270/96

No 2

JOHNSTON, George surgeon Adelaide 1841 Application 7066

JOHNSTON, George surgeon formerly of Ardeneave SA [possibly at the Sturt where he owned pt Section 64 Survey B], now of Upper Temple St, Dublin, Ireland 1848 Memorials 403 & 469/11

JOHNSTON, George medical doctor formerly of Ardeneave but now of Rutland Square, Dublin, Ireland appointed John Tuthill BAGOT barrister at law Clark Buildings, Adelaide, as his local attorney to look after his business affairs in SA 1867 Memorial 118/226

No 3

JOHNSTON, George farmer Little Para 1851 Memorial 130/31

JOHNSTON, George farmer One Tree Hill 1855[-1858] Memorial 248/84

JOHNSTON, George farmer Gould Creek 1870 Memorial 215/250

JOHNSTON, George farmer Curramulka 1886 Memorial 172/379

JOHNSTON, George farmer formerly of the Little Para but now of Curramulka, and Fanney Johnston 1895 Application 22857

JOHNSTON, George farmer formerly of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para but now of Curramulka, and Fanny Johnston his wife formerly Fanny BYERS spinster of the Little Para 1897 Memorial 22/431

JOHNSTON, George farmer Curramulka, died 29/6/1897, of senile decay, aged 80 years 5 months. His grandson, John HARVEY of Curramulka, was the informant Application 23942

No 2

JOHNSTON, George farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1875 Grant Book 55 Page 181 County Stanley

JOHNSTON, George farmer Blyth Plains Hundred of Redhill land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 359 County Daly

JOHNSTON, George farmer Snowtown, had died by 1913 intestate. Ellen Johnston widow Snowtown administered the estate Grant Book 14 Page 486 County Daly

No 3

JOHNSTON, George master mariner Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 275 County Daly

No 1 - George Bain Johnston the Elder

JOHNSTON, George shipowner Goolwa 1867[-1872] Memorial 1/227, Application 12167

JOHNSTON, George and Thomas shipowners Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustees 1868 Memorial 195/234

JOHNSTON, George master mariner Goolwa 1868 Application 9233

JOHNSTON, George master mariner Goolwa and Elizabeth Johnston his wife 1870 Application 10568

JOHNSTON, George Bain master mariner and steamboat proprietor Goolwa, died 28/5/1882. Husband of Elizabeth Johnston who was still living in 1905. Executors; Alexander Andrew SCOTT importer Adelaide and James Thompson TURNBULL merchant Adelaide (he had gone overseas by 1893). George Johnston master mariner Pt Pirie 1905 apparently a member of this family Memorials 191-194/452

JOHNSTON, Elizabeth widow Goolwa gave land free in Goolwa to Marianne CROOKS spinster Norwood 1906 Memorial 161/455

JOHNSTON, Elizabeth widow Goolwa. CJ Johnston mentioned but not described 1920 Memorial 58/480

JOHNSTON, Elizabeth widow Goolwa, died 25/9/1920. Mother of George Bain Johnston master mariner formerly of Pt Broughton but now of Blanchetown and John Bathgate Johnston accountant Pt Pirie Memorial 74/482

No 2 - George Bain Johnston the Younger

JOHNSTON, George Bains master mariner Goolwa Morgan township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 5 County Eyre

JOHNSTON, George master mariner Goolwa 1881[-1891] Memorial 247/331

JOHNSTON, George master mariner formerly of Goolwa but now of Pt Pirie and Peter George Johnston engineer Goolwa 1892 sons of the late George Bain Johnston master mariner and steamboat proprietor Goolwa who died 29/5/1882 Memorial 12/416

JOHNSTON, George Bain master mariner Blanchetown linked with John Bathgate Johnston accountant Pt Pirie 1921[-1922] Memorial 88/484

JOHNSTON, George Kean auctioneer 118 Bourke St East, Melbourne Vic and Eliza Johnston his wife formerly Eliza WICKHAM spinster Adelaide 1877 Memorial 8/302

No 1

JOHNSTON, James and William farmers Balhannah 1847 Memorial 157/128

JOHNSTON, James and William brewers Hope Bank [Oakbank??] 1853 Memorial 272/60

No 2

JOHNSTON, James blacksmith Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 39 County Adelaide

JOHNSTON, James blacksmith Gawler 1853. Section 737 Hundred of Barossa land grant £205. Enrolment 62/19

No 3

JOHNSTON, James blacksmith Angaston 1855[-1856] Memorial 208/82

JOHNSTON, James blacksmith Angaston, died 5/12/1892. His unnamed widow died 14/8/1916. Alexander Johnston farmer Angaston executor for the estate 1918 Memorial 96/477

JOHNSTON, Ellen widow of the late James Johnston blacksmith Wroxton Grange, near Angaston, died 14/8/1916, of stomach carcinoma and senility. Born Wexford, Ireland, and emigrated to SA 62 years ago, She married at 24. 3 sons and 2 daughters living. 3 sons deceased Application 26738

No 4

JOHNSTON, James and Richard farmers Mt Barker 1858 Application 21

No 5

JOHNSTON, James farmer near Clare 1861 Application 2192

JOHNSTON, James farmer Clare 1868 Application 9111

No 6

JOHNSTON, James farmer Springfield near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1869 Memorial 100/238

No 7

JOHNSTON, James grocer Queenstown 1876 Memorial 230/293

No 8

JOHNSTON, James storekeeper North-West Bend 1878[-1886] Memorial 195/308

JOHNSTON, James storekeeper Morgan trustee Cemetery Morgan 1883 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

JOHNSTON, James storekeeper Morgan 1888 Memorial 157/392

No 9 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSTON, James commission agent Adelaide linked with Margaret Johnston widow Adelaide 1883 Memorial 9/352

JOHNSTON, James land agent Adelaide 1887 Memorial 139/385

No 10

JOHNSTON, James farm labourer Bowmans 1929[-1939] Memorial 128/502, Application 28196

JOHNSTON, James Wilfred farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 58 County Chandos

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOHNSTON, John gardener Adelaide 1844 Memorial 375/59

JOHNSTON, John head gardener Adelaide 1853 Memorial 457/60

JOHNSTON, John gardener Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 460/90

JOHNSTON, John labourer Adelaide 1855 Memorial 389/81

No 2 - likely to be the same person

JOHNSTON, John labourer Company’s Tiers 1847 Memorial 276/30

JOHNSTON, John farmer Wild Goose Lodge Western Branch of the Onkaparinga 1852 Memorial 13/43.

JOHNSTON, John farmer Section 5182 Hundred of Onkaparinga near Woodside, died c1882 Memorial 58/342

JOHNSTON, Jane Savage wife of John Johnston farmer Western Branch near Woodside, died 15/7/1874, of exhaustion, aged 68. Her husband John Johnston formerly labourer Company’s Tiers 1847 now farmer Section 5182 Hundred of Onkaparinga, died 5/11/1881. Real estate to his sons, Alexander and George Johnston, both carters Woodside, as stipulated in the will, provided that they both pay their sister Mary Ann Johnston £15 each Application 19793

No 3

JOHNSTON, John tailor Adelaide 1851 Memorial 307/30 Perhaps related to James Johnston brewer Mt Barker District 1851 Memorial 307/30

JOHNSTON, John tailor Adelaide (Currie St) 1854[-1857] Memorial 430/64

JOHNSTON, John clothier and tailor Adelaide 1875 Memorial 181/283

JOHNSTON, John tailor Glen Osmond 1864 Memorial 71/200

JOHNSTON, John tailor Glen Osmond 1876 Memorial 112/293

JOHNSTON, John tailor Glen Osmond 1877 Application 15867

JOHNSTON, John tailor Adelaide 1883 Application 20002

JOHNSTON, John formerly tailor and clothier Adelaide (Currie St) but now gentleman Glen Osmond 1900 Memorial 203/440

No 4

JOHNSTON, John of Adelaide 1860 Application 24576

JOHNSTON, John [formerly of Adelaide but then] gardener Mt Gambier, died 24/5/1885. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Mary Johnston, for life then to his unnamed children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. If the testator's son, David Johnston, did not claim his share after the death of Mary Johnston, then that share to be distributed equally amongst the other siblings Application 24576

JOHNSTON, Mary widow of the late John Johnston gardener Mt Gambier, died 15/12/1901, of senile decay, aged 94 Application 24576

No 5

JOHNSTON, John farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1867 Memorial 214/224

JOHNSTON, John farmer Curramulka Yorke Peninsula 1879[-1882] Memorial 42/317

JOHNSTON, John farmer formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Curramulka 1881 Application 18489

No 6 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSTON, John farmer near Saddleworth 1868[-1883] Memorial 197/231

JOHNSTON, John farmer near Marrabel 1869 Application 9970.

JOHNSTON, John farmer Butcher Gap near Saddleworth 1892 Application 22242

No 7

JOHNSTON, John farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1873[-1881] Grant Book 14 Page 353 County Daly

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

JOHNSTON, John farmer Redhill Co Daly. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1895 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

No 8

JOHNSTON, John accountant Norwood 1882 Memorial 143/338

No 9

JOHNSTON, John grocer Kadina 1889 Memorial 120/398

No 10

JOHNSTON, John gardener Evandale 1894 Application 22748

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOHNSTON, JB clerk Adelaide 1899 Memorial 138/438

JOHNSTON, John Bathgate accountant Pt Pirie 1921 Memorial 74/482

No 1

JOHNSTON, John Byers farmer Golden Grove 1933 Memorial 172/506

JOHNSTON, John Byers retired grazier formerly of Golden Grove but now of Parramatta NSW 1938 Memorial 18/512

JOHNSTON, JMcL postmaster Woodside 1920 Memorial 136/480

JOHNSTON, Joseph storekeeper Pt Wakefield 1874 Application 13791

JOHNSTON, Joseph engineer Hectorville and Catherine Johnston his wife formerly Catherine MARTIN wife of Thomas Martin labourer Hectorville 1905 Memorial 201/452

JOHNSTON, Laurence Frederick solicitor Divett Chambers, Divett St, Pt Adelaide 1940 Application 28253

No 1 - could be two people involved

JOHNSTON, Lewis blacksmith Adelaide 1846 Memorial 224/7 blacksmith Gawler 1849[-1852] Memorial 80/19 Licensed victualler Old Bushman Gawler 1854[-1855] He leased the premises from John ELLIS Esquire Gawler River for 10 years at £120 a year Memorial 154/72 Licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Kapunda 1858[-1859] Memorial 54/143

JOHNSTON, Lewis farmer North Para River 1851[-1853] Memorial 21/37

JOHNSTON, Lewis blacksmith Gawler 1852 Memorial 347/44 Farmer North Para late 1852[-1855] Memorial 109/45

JOHNSTON, Lewis innkeeper Gawler 1855 Memorial 172/89

JOHNSTON, Lewis blacksmith Willaston 1854 Memorial 413/64

JOHNSTON, Lewis stockholder Gawler 1857 Memorial 1/122

JOHNSTON, Lewis formerly licensed victualler Old Bushman Inn Gawler but now stockowner Victoria Creek 1857[-1858] Memorial 220/131

JOHNSTON, Lewis liensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 176/149

JOHNSTON, Lewis licensed victualler Kapunda 1859 7-year lease at £100 a year of the Wheat Sheaf Inn at Kapunda together with 'the cottage situated on the said land now occupied by Mrs LEAN such land being known as The Paddock' from Walter William FARRER and Henry MARKS licensed victuallers Kapunda Memorial 7/158

JOHNSTON, Lewis licensed victualler formerly of Gawler but now of Allen Creek near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 182/163

No 1

JOHNSTON, Margaret widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Blythswood Legham Court Rd, Streatham, Surrey 1890 Memorial 201/401

JOHNSTON, Margaret widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Huntley, Co Aberdeen, Scotland 1893 Memorial 9/418

JOHNSTON, Margaret formerly of Adelaide but now of 38 St Vincent St, Toronto, Canada 1902 Memorial 82/445

JOHNSTON, Noel district clerk Gawler Clerk of the District Council of Munno Para East 1948, declared that he had taken up his job in December 1945 Application 28637

No 1

JOHNSTON, Robert farmer Balhannah 1849 Memorial 436/18

JOHNSTON, Robert farmer Balhannah linked with JOHNSTON, William and James farmers Oakbank 1851 Memorial 168/37

JOHNSTON, Robert licensed victualler Gumeracha 1861 Memorial 18/178

No 2

JOHNSTON, Robert engineer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 429/59

JOHNSTON, Robert engineer Strathalbyn 1854[-1858] Memorial 350/77

JOHNSTON, Robert miller New Hamburgh 1868[-1881] Memorial 6/232

JOHNSTON, Robert miller New Hamburg Hundred of Bremer land grant 1882 Grant Book 36 Page 44 County Hindmarsh

No 3

JOHNSTON, Robert farmer Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 48/94

No 1

JOHNSTON, Simon gentleman formerly of Sydney NSW, but at present in Adelaide 1850 Memorial 46/23

JOHNSTON, Simon Esquire Adelaide 1850 Memorial 82/28

JOHNSTON, Simon now residing in Melbourne Vic 1852 He owned land near Gawler River Memorial 384/52

JOHNSTON, Simon [formerly Esquire Adelaide but then] farmer Melbourne Vic, died 21/2/1853 intestate. Letters of administration in 1854 to his widow, Mary Ann Johnston of Currie St, Adelaide, to settle the estate. By 1883, Mrs Johnstone lived at Springfield Woodend Vic Memorials 92 & 250/349

JOHNSTON, Simon farmer formerly of Adelaide 1850, but then of Melbourne Vic, died 21/2/1853 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Mary Ann Johnston of Currie St, Adelaide. Estate worth £500. By 1883, Mrs Johnston was living at Springfield Woodend Vic Application 19781

No 1

JOHNSTON, Thomas farmer Brighton 1849 Memorial 279/15

No 2

JOHNSTON, Thomas labourer Stepney 1851 Memorial 364/38

JOHNSTON, Thomas miner formerly of Stepney but now of Sandhurst Vic 1856 Memorial 186/104

JOHNSTON, Thomas miner formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sandhurst near Bendigo Vic, power of attorney to Martin HACKETT policeman Adelaide, to sell his SA land and settle his business affairs 15/1/1856 Deposit 291/OA

No 3

JOHNSTON, Thomas farmer near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1869 Grant Book 56 Page 443 County Stanley

No 4

JOHNSTON, Thomas the Younger farmer Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

No 5

JOHNSTON, Thomas of Minburra 1885 Memorial 23/371

JOHNSTON, Thomas farmer Hundred of Minburra 1887 Memorial 155/383

JOHNSTON, Thomas of Dawson 1891 Memorial 123/410

JOHNSTON, Thomas farmer Coglin 1896[-1904] Memorial 62/428

No 1

JOHNSTON, Thomas Kidd merchant Pt Adelaide 1883 Memorial 23/348

JOHNSTON, Thomas Kidd sharebroker Adelaide 1888 Memorial 34/390

JOHNSTON, Thomas Kidd merchant Adelaide 1891 Memorial 46/409

JOHNSTON, Thomas Waddell manufacturer Adelaide 1930 Application 27818

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOHNSTON, William engineer Adelaide 1855 He took out a 5-year lease of Hancock's flour mill on South Road, Plympton at £150 a year Memorial 440/86

JOHNSTON, William miller Adelaide 1861 Memorial 198/171

JOHNSTON, William the Younger, son of William Johnston the Elder and his second wife, of the town of Berwick upon Tweed, England, emigrated to SA in August 1849. He died 21/5/1863 as a publican at Tea Tree Gully, intestate. Husband of Emma Johnston. His father, William Johnston the Elder, had died in 1850 at North Shields Co Northumberland, England, leaving another son, Andrew Henderson Johnston engineer South Shields, Co Durham, as heir at law to the estate of William Johnston the Younger 1875 Application 14354

No 2

JOHNSTON, William carter Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 64/144

No 3

JOHNSTON, William wine merchant Adelaide 1858 linked with James Johnston brewer Oakbank Memorial 84/144

JOHNSTON, William merchant Adelaide Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1860 Grant Book 27 Page 248 County Gawler

JOHNSTON, William wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1866 Memorial 27/211

JOHNSTON, William merchant Glenelg Hundred of Blyth land grant 1865 Grant Book 56 Page 376 County Stanley

JOHNSTON, William wine merchant Adelaide, trading under the style or firm of Johnston and Furness 1873 Memorial 126/265

JOHNSTON, William wine merchant Adelaide 1877 Application 15803

JOHNSTON, William wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, died 18/12/1879. Linked with John Johnston of Adelaide Memorial 21/401

JOHNSTON, William wine and spirit merchant Adelaide, died. His widow, Margaret Johnston, died 28/3/1907 Memorial 65/461

No 4

JOHNSTON, William farmer Lower Light Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

No 5

JOHNSTON, William miller Strathalbyn 1897[-1910] Memorial 70/432

JOHNSTON, William Galbraith company director Adelaide 1918, declared that he was the managing director of J & AG Johnston Ltd, incorporated on 31/3/1901. Johnston's gave pt Section 4014 Hundred of Onkaparinga, on 6/10/1936, to the Onkaparinga District Council as a public recreation ground to be known as Johnston Park. The area was formerly known as the Balhannah Cricket Ground Application 26641

JOHNSTONE, Alexander baker Narracoorte and Isabella Graham Johnston his wife 1888 Application 21474

JOHNSTONE, Annie spinster Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

JOHNSTONE, Christopher farmer Gawler 1854 Memorial 292/61

No 1

JOHNSTONE, Charles of Penola 1859 Memorial 253/158

JOHNSTONE, Charles farmer Penola 1871 Memorial 11/254

JOHNSTONE, Charles farmer near Narracoorte 1879 Memorial 152/313

No 1

JOHNSTONE, George master mariner Goolwa 1857 Memorial 184/131

No 2

JOHNSTONE, George commonly known as George SANGSTER plasterer Kent Town and Mary Ann Johnstone his wife. A relative, Emma JohnstonE, died 30/4/1894 Memorial 12/423

JOHNSTONE, George plasterer Kent Town and Mary Anne Johnstone his wife 1902 Memorial 77/447

No 1

JOHNSTONE, Hugh farmer Balaklava 1881 Memorial 148/334

No 2

JOHNSTONE, Hugh the Younger teamster Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

JOHNSTONE, James blacksmith Angaston 1859 Memorial 155/156

No 2

JOHNSTONE, James surveyor formerly of Adelaide, but now of Gapsted, Vic, power of attorney to Edwin Jackson GREEN gentleman Adelaide, to sell his land in Orroroo and also any stocks and shares in the province 9/6/1883 Deposit 157/1883

No 3

JOHNSTONE, James miner Black Rock 1886 Memorial 129/373

JOHNSTONE, James miner Black Rock Plain 1886 Memorial 131/375

JOHNSTONE, Malcolm labourer Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1897 Grant Book 14 Page 270 County Daly

No 1

JOHNSTONE, PE solicitor Adelaide (Currie St) 1900 Memorial 115/440

JOHNSTONE, PE solicitor Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1902 Memorial 162/446

JOHNSTONE, Percy Emerson solicitor Adelaide 1904[-1926] Application 24838

JOHNSTONE, Percy Emerson solicitor Adelaide, a partner in the firm of Messrs Johnstone, OLSSON & KRIEWALDT solicitors Steamship Buildings, Currie St, Adelaide 1928 Application 27642

JOHNSTONE, Percy Emerson solicitor Currie St, Adelaide 1923 Application 27224

JOHNSTONE, Thomas the Younger farmer Kangaroo Island 1887 Memorial 234/385

No 1

JOHNSTONE, William publican North Adelaide 1852 Memorial 79/44

JOHNSTONE, William licensed victualler North Adelaide, died 20/5/1860, of marasmus, aged 49 Application 16354

No 2

JOHNSTONE, William clerk to John CHERRY official assignee Adelaide 1872[-1879] Memorial 216/261

JOHNSTONE, William chief clerk to John CHERRY official assignee in insolvency for SA 1880[-1881] Memorial 35/325

JOHNSTONE, William clerk in HM Civil Service Adelaide 1878 Memorial 200/338

No 3

JOHNSTONE, William of Tea Tree Gully, died intestate. His only brother, Andrew Henderson Johnstone engineer formerly of North Shields Co Northumberland but now of South Shields, Co Durham, England, inherited his estate as heir at law. W Johnstone's widow, Sarah Emma Maria Johnstone, remarried to Robert HART who had now died leaving her surviving 1873 Memorial 99/281

JOHNSTONE, William died at Tea Tree Gully intestate. His estate, including a Tea Tree Gully hotel, came to his wife, Sarah Emma Maria Johnstone, who remarried to Robert HART of Tea Tree Gully. R Hart died before his wife. SEM Hart then died. She left her estate to her sister, Ann Matilda Wignell widow of Hohne, Hunts, England, and to her brother, Frederick NICHOLDS of Union St, Oxford St, London, Middlesex, and to her brother-in-law Andrew JOHNSTONE and her sister-in-law Jane JOHNSTONE. Andrew Henderson Johnstone engineer formerly of North Shields, Northumberland, but now of South Shields, Co Durham, brother to the late William Johnstone - power of attorney to John SAUNDERS brewer’s traveller and William James BAILEY spirit merchant both of Adelaide, to sell up the estate and remit the money to AH Johnstone 29/10/1873 Deposit 108/1875

JOLIT, Francis Henry managing clerk to Messrs James Morrison & Co 5 Philpot Lane, London, Middlesex, England, and Alexander McLAREN minster Manchester, Lancs, England, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL Esquire Inner Temple, London, Middlesex, England, about to proceed to SA, to manage their SA real estate 1/8/1870 Deposit 5/1871

No 1

JOLLEY, George farmer Magill 1850[-1853] Memorial 3/24

JOLLEY, George publican Adelaide (Elephant & Castle West Tce) 1860 Memorial 180/163

JOLLEY, George of West Tce, Adelaide 1887 Memorial 40/388

JOLLEY, George mine owner Avondale near Farina 1887 Memorial 169/388

JOLLY, Alfred Edward merchant Brougham Place, North Adelaide and the Northern Territory, about to leave SA for some time, power of attorney to Robert Joseph HAWKES bank manager Adelaide, and Harold Ethelbert HANCOCK shipping agent Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 3/4/1906 Deposit 30/1906

JOLLY, Beatrice Cecilia May married woman Point Sturt 1908 Application 25410

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOLLY, Charles farmer Morphett Vale 1857 Memorial 252/135

JOLLY, Charles farmer Yorke Peninsula 1875 Memorial 190/283

No 1

JOLLY, Francis labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 17420

JOLLY, Francis of Adelaide 1842 Memorial 396/85

JOLLY, Francis livery stable keeper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 68/37

JOLLY, Francis yeoman Adelaide 1850[-1851] Memorial 270/23

JOLLY, Francis farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 422/52

JOLLY, Francis farmer Cowandilla 1854[-1856] Memorial 162/65, Application 7976

JOLLY, Francis farmer Gumeracha 1857 Memorial 276/125

JOLLY, Francis farmer Chain of Ponds 1858 Memorial 222/135

JOLLY, Francis licensed victualler Maidstone 1865 Memorial 272/203

JOLLY, Francis labourer Chain of Ponds linked with Richard Jolly of the same place 1868 Memorial 127/471

No 2

JOLLY, Francis farmer Alma Plains Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

JOLLY, Francis farmer Moorowie trustee unnamed school Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

JOLLY, Francis farmer Moorowie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

JOLLY, Francis farmer Mt Rat trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Mt Rat Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 312 County Fergusson

No 3

JOLLY, Francis and William farmers Barndioota, power of attorney to Charles August REINECKE land agent Adelaide, to transfer certain leases in the Hundred of Barndioota, Co Blachford, to William COUMBE farmer Kamjaka 17/12/1885 Deposit 235/1885

No 1

JOLLY, Henry carpenter Mintaro 1856 Memorial 194/110

JOLLY, Henry joiner Mintaro 1857 Memorial 57/129

JOLLY, Henry carpenter Mintaro 1861 Application 2286

JOLLY, Henry builder Mintaro 1882 Memorial 52/342

JOLLY, Henry builder Mintaro, died 26/12/1888. His widow, Elizabeth Jolly, died 30/12/1897 Memorial 136/439

No 2

JOLLY, Henry blacksmith Moonta Mines Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

No 3

JOLLY, Henry farmer Jeparit Vic. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

No 1 - probably the same person

JOLLY, Henry Dickson carpenter Mintaro Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 2 County Dalhousie

JOLLY, Henry builder Mintaro Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 249 County Dalhousie

JOLLY, HD storekeeper Mintaro 1882 Memorial 5/347

JOLLY, Henry Dickson formerly storekeeper Mintaro but now sharebroker Adelaide 1899 Memorial 136/439

JOLLY, Herbert Harold hotelkeeper Adelaide (Aurora Hotel Pirie St) 1927 Memorial 2/499

No 1

JOLLY, James of Payneham and Henrietta Jolly his wife 1860 Application 1309

No 2

JOLLY, James licensed teacher Encounter Bay 1866 Memorial 19/493

JOLLY, John Buckingham labourer of near Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] linked with the late William Godolphin Jolly formerly gentleman Belvidere but now deceased 1877 Memorial 199/302

No 1

JOLLY, Joseph miner Burra Burra Mine 1850 Memorial 252/24

JOLLY, Joseph formerly miner Burra but now gentleman Adelaide (Hindley St) 1855 Memorial 421/84

No 2

JOLLY, Joseph farmer Chain of Ponds 1851 Memorial 469/30

No 3

JOLLY, Joseph flour miller Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Memorial 417/64 Application 15740

JOLLY, Joseph flour miller Mt Barker 1856 Macclesfield Wesleyan Chapel trustee Memorial 299/101

JOLLY, Joseph flour miller Mt Barker 1856 Ashbourne Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 209/102

JOLLY, Joseph formerly miller Mt Barker but then clerk Moonta Mines 1874 Application 15740

JOLLY, Joseph clerk Moonta Mines 1874 Memorial 245/272

JOLLY, Joseph of Moonta Mines. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 417 County Daly

JOLLY, Joseph clerk Moonta Mines Co Daly. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

No 4

JOLLY, Joseph gentleman Cypress St, North Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Hanson land grant 1871 Grant Book 56 Page 287 County Stanley

No 1

JOLLY, Richard labourer Adelaide 1841 Application 17420

JOLLY, Richard labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 396/85

JOLLY, Richard farmer Third Creek 1852[-1855] Enrolment 64/28

JOLLY, Richard farmer formerly of Third Creek but now of Chain of Ponds 1856 Memorial 91/96

JOLLY, Richard farmer Chain of Ponds 1856[-1857] Memorial 286/97

JOLLY, Richard farmer Para Wirra 1855 Memorial 216/88

JOLLY, Richard yeoman Jolly Town 1858 Memorial 22/143

JOLLY, Richard innkeeper Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 250/209

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOLLY, William labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 12836

JOLLY, William labourer Adelaide. He bought land in Penryn township [West Richmond] 1855 Memorial 330/86

JOLLY, William farmer Hundred of Barndioota 1885 Memorial 129/372

JOLLY, William storekeeper Wallaroo and Philippa Vivian Jolly his wife 1885. Was she the first wife or daughter of John ROWE of Callington? Application 20443

No 1

JOLLY, William Godolphin farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 300/42

JOLLY, William Godolphin farmer O'Halloran Hill 1866 Application 7132

JOLLY, William Godolphin gentleman near Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer], died 25/5/1877 intestate. Letters of administration to his eldest son, John Buckingham Jolly labourer near Belvidere to settle the estate. Estate worth £800 1891 Application 22038

No 1

JOLLY, William Henry sawyer Millbrook 1870 Application 10914

JOLLY, William Henry labourer Millbrook 1877 Application 15672

JOLLY, William Henry yeoman Millbrook 1879 Memorial 58/314

JOLLY, William Henry labourer Chain of Ponds 1889 Memorial 105/399

JONAS, Daniel carrier Portland Estate 1893 Application 22588

JONAS, Francis carter Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 226/288

No 1

JONAS, John labourer Goodwood 1850 Memorial 83/20

JONAS, John yeoman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/64

No 2

JONAS, John carter Pt Adelaide and Betsy Jonas his wife 1858 Memorial 285/161

No 3

JONAS, John farmer Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

JONAS, John farmer Emu Park near Clare 1861[-1867] Memorial 345/178

JONAS, John auctioneer Hanson Co Stanley. Yatina (Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 13 Page 3 County Dalhousie

JONAS, John auctioneer Hanson 1876 Memorial 116/289

JONAS, John auctioneer Hanson 1877 Application 16271

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

JONAS, John farmer formerly of Manannarie but then of Yongala, died 12/1/1880. His estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Jonas, during her widowhood, then under various conditions absolutely in remainder expectant to his sons, Philip Henry Jonas no description and William Jonas farmer Yongala [Could be other children in this family] Memorials 159/322 & 51/323

JONAS, John William Goodman secretary Pt Adelaide 1935 Memorial 127/509

No 1

JONAS, Peter James butcher Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

JONAS, Peter James butcher Mannahill Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 169 County Not named

JONAS, Peter James butcher Teetulpa Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1887 Grant Book 65 Page 170 County Not named

No 1

JONAS, R carter Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13516

JONAS, Robert contractor Pt Adelaide 1877 Memorial 220/297

JONAS, Robert contractor Pt Adelaide 1880 Application 18031

JONAS, Robert publican Pt Adelaid 1887 Application 21232

JONAS, Rose Eleanor Jane married woman Queenstown 1908 Application 25476

No 1

JONAS, William butcher Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

JONAS, William farmer Yongala 1880 Memorial 51/323

JONAS, William farmer Yongala. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

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

ONAS, William Goodman carter Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 227/288

JONES, Ada Annie and Asenath spinsters Redruth near Kooringa. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 120 County Burra

JONES, Albert George Tester lucerne grower Findon 1911 Memorial 173/464

JONES, Alexander Manson Rymer civil engineer Horsted Keynes, East Grimstead, Sussex, England and Mary Ann Ernestine Jones his wife daughter of the Rev'd Christopher Brown RODWELL clerk in holy orders Horsted Keynes. Christopher Rodwell BA of Kenilworth, Co Warwick mentioned 1872[-1879] Memorial 9/264

No 1

JONES, Alfred farmer The Finniss 1857 Memorial 201/118

JONES, Alfred farmer Goolwa 1863 Memorial 256/201

No 2

JONES, Alfred corn merchant Pt Adelaide 1876 Memorial 13/293

JONES, Alfred merchant Pt Adelaide 1878, linked with John Britten Jones sheepfarmer Booyoolie Application 16946

JONES, Alfred merchant Pt Adelaide Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

JONES, Alfred formerly merchant Pt Adelaide but now out of business Balhannah linked with John Britten Jones formerly sheepfarmer Booyoolie but now chaff merchant Pt Adelaide 1896 Memorial 178/426

JONES, Alfred gentleman Balhannah 1896[-1902] Memorial 237/428

No 3

JONES, Alfred merchant Adelaide 1877 Memorial 132/304

No 4

JONES, Alfred hay and corn merchant Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 386 County Victoria

JONES, Alfred chaff merchant Semaphore 1882 Memorial 235/341

No 5

JONES, Alfred gentleman Adelaide 1893 Application 22585.

JONES, Alfred gentleman Woodbury near Stirling West 1886 Memorial 35/374

JONES, Alfred gentleman Woodbury Stirling West, about to leave the province for a long period, power of attorney to Frederick Britten BURDEN newspaper proprietor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 5/2/1886 Deposit 22/1886

JONES, Alfred gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Crafers 1907 Application 25390

No 6

JONES, Alfred farmer Dublin Hundred of Dublin land grant 1886 Grant Book 26 Page 352 County Gawler

JONES, Allen Henry farmer Angle Vale 1931 Application 27836

No 1

JONES, Andrew and Thomas yeomen Adelaide 1853 Memorial 47/49

JONES, Andrew and Thomas pawnbrokers Adelaide 1854[-1857] Memorial 184/74

JONES, Andrew and Thomas pawnbrokers Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 217 County Adelaide

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, Andrew gentleman Adelaide 1867 Application 8463

JJONES, Andrew importer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1867 Grant Book 14 Page 69 County Daly

JONES, Andrew merchant Adelaide 1867 Memorial 245/222

JONES, Andrew importer Adelaide (Waymouth St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1867[-1868] Grant Book 14 Page 330 County Daly

JONES, Andrew importer Adelaide Hundred of Ayers land grant 1868 Grant Book 56 Page 202 County Stanley

JONES, Andrew wholesale baker and bread manufacturer formerly of Adelaide 1868 but now of parts beyond the sea 1869[-1872] Applications 9806, 11940

JONES, Andrew merchant formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas. Andrew Thomas Jones mentioned but not described 1870 Memorial 60/250 Now in England 1871 Memorial 216/250

JONES, Andrew gentleman Great Ness, Salop, England, died 20/4/1872. He advised his executors and trustees to trust 'John BULLOCK my present agent for my Australian property of whose management and uprightness I have the highest opinion, and advise that … they continue him in the said agency as long as they in their discretion think right. I also advise in like manner … that in any difficulty connected with my Australian property my executors and trustees should consult my friend Samuel TOMKINSON of Adelaide banker being assured for my sake he will give them the best advice' Memorial 125/264

JONES, Andrew merchant formerly of Adelaide but then of parts beyond the seas had died c1873 Application 12972

JONES, Andrew merchant formerly of Adelaide, died 20/4/1872 Great Ness, Salop, England. His widow, Rosina Jones, lived in Shelton House, Shrewsbury, Salop, by 1891 Memorial 184/407

JONES, Andrew merchant Adelaide, returned to England, to live in Great Ness, Salop, where he died 20/4/1872. His widow Rosina Jones, the Vicar Charles Orlando Kenyon, and Edward Burd doctor Shrewsbury, Salop, the executors of the will, power of attorney to John BULLOCK gentleman Adelaide, to manage the business affairs of the estate 23/9/1872. CO KENYON died 6/11/1890 Moreton, Salop. By 6/7/1916, Mrs Jones was living in Shelton House, Shrewsbury, Salop. She appointed FW BULLOCK estate agent Adelaide, as her attorney (he had acted in partnership with his father beforehand) Deposit 36/1869

No 3

JONES, Andrew blacksmith Gawler 1858 Memorial 43/147

JONES, Andrew blacksmith Gawler linked with John Jones storekeeper Gawler 1858 Memorial 59/148

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

JONES, Andrew ironfounder Adelaide 1894 Memorial 49/423

JONES, Andrew iron founder Adelaide 1894 Application 22733

No 6

JONES, Andrew engineer Adelaide 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 50 County Daly

JONES, Andrew engineer Adelaide Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 489 County Fergusson

JONES, Andrew machinist Adelaide Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

No 1

JONES, Andrew Pook millwright Adelaide 1854[-1892] Memorial 7/77

JONES, Andrew Pook ironfounder Augusta St Glenelg father of Sarah Elizabeth Jones spinster Glenelg 1892. Sarah Elizabeth Jones married 15/5/1895 Bride's father's residence Glenelg, Thomas Henry BRAIN traveller Adelaide Memorials 34/412, 151/435

JONES, Ann spinster Gawler 1868 Memorial 175/233

JONES, Arthur Lyndhurst grazier formerly of Narracoorte but now of Penfield 1907 Memorial 175/456, Application 25320

No 1

JONES, Britton James farmer Reedbeds son of Susan Jones widow Reedbeds 1875 Memorial 160/281

JONES, Britton James farmer Findon married Martha Bartlett TUCKER on 6/3/1877. He settled Section 411 Hundred of Yatala upon himself for life, then upon his wife for her lifetime, then to their children in equal shares as tenants-in-common. Trustees - Walter John Tucker and William KELLY the Younger. Mrs Jones died 29/1/1915. Trustee William Kelly died 21/4/1915. Children of the marriage 1921 - Nellie May Jones and Ethel Jane Jones spinsters Lockleys William Britton Jones farmer Findon, Annie May POULTON marrried woman Toorak, Edith Marian Jones spinster Lockleys and Evelyn Frances DAWKINS married woman Lockleys. The land had been leased continuously to market gardeners Application 27086

JONES, Britton James farmer Findon 1877[-1921] Memorial 238/298

JONES, Britton James gentleman Findon 1883[-1884] Memorial 15/351

JONES, Britton James grazier Findon 1909 Memorial 223/461

No 1

JONES, Britton Tasmania yeoman Little Para 1849 Memorial 268/53

JONES, Britton Tasmanian licensed victualler Gawler (Bushman’s Inn), sale of the hotel to WALLACE, Thomas mason Kooringa for £133/13/6 1849 Memorial 492/18 Sheep farmer Little Para 1851 Memorial 471/31

JONES, Bruce Maxwell farmer 176 Commercial St, Mt Gambier 1969 Application 29741

No 1

JONES, Charles labourer Fullarton 1853 Memorial 4/48

JONES, Charles yeoman Fullarton 1856 Memorial 114/111

No 2

JONES, Charles gentleman The Western Plains [perhaps the Freeling Plains? ] 1861 Application 2328

No 3

JONES, Charles of Pt Lincoln c1868[-1883]. On his deathbed, he made over his Pt Lincoln real estate to Mary Ann KING married woman Pt Lincoln who was still living in Pt Lincoln in 1896 Application 25784

No 4

JONES, Charles tailor Narracoorte 1876[-1888] Memorial 16/289, Application 18836

JONES, Charles formerly of Narracoorte but now of Rathmines Rd, Auburn Vic 1904 Memorial 204/451

No 5

JONES, Charles farmer Penwortham Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 83 County Dalhousie

No 6

JONES, Charles farmer North Rhine 1886[-1887] Memorial 81/373

No 7

JONES, Charles gardener Payneham 1900 Application 24071

JONES, Charles Rees storekeeper Narracoorte 1885[-1891] Memorial 46/367

No 1

JONES, Charles Robert general dealer Kooringa 1857 Memorial 264/122

JONES, Charles Robert butcher Kooringa 1860 Memorial 170/168

JONES, Charles Robert butcher Kooringa, power of attorney to Augustus Highmoor FORDER writing clerk Redruth, to manage his SA business affairs 25/8/1860 Deposit 230/1860

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, Charles Robert licensed victualler Strathalbyn 1871. Bankrupt. Trade trustee - William Knox SIMMS brewer Adelaide. Enrolment 13/51

JONES, Charles Robert licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1873[-1874] Memorial 96/264

JONES, Charles Robert licensed victualler Penfield 1879 Memorial 24/317

No 1

JONES, Christopher farmer Morphett Vale 1862[-1870] Memorial 176/185

JONES, Christopher the Elder farmer Morphett Vale died c1888. He left his real estate in trust to his wife, Mary Jane Jones, for life, then to his children in equal shares as tenants in common - John Henry Jones, Albert Fairchild Jones, Alexander Jones and Christopher Jones the Younger farmers Morphett Vale 1892 Application 22360

No 1

JONES, Clarence Carlyle land agent Glenelg 1916[-1917] Memorial 55/475, Application 26582

JONES, Clarence Carlyle licensed land broker Glenelg 1917[-1924] Memorial 134/475

JONES, Colin Henry Paget Lieutenant in the RN, formerly of Holyhead, Anglesea, Wales, but late of Dover, Kent, England, died 30/1/1854. Estate worth £8,000. His farm Byrn Palma, Llandissant, Anglesea, to his wife, Margaret Jones, in trust for life, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant. If no children, then to his brother, Charles Stanhope Jones, and also Archibald Hawksby GODDARD. Wife to have stocks and shares for life, then to children; if no children, then to his nieces, Fidelia Maturin, Mary Maturin, Harriott Maturin, Olivia Maturin, children of William and Eliza Maturin, in equal shares Deposit 2486/1865

No 1

JONES, David carpenter Pt Lincoln 1846 [Likely that he had been in the township since 1842] Memorial 126/7

No 2 - possibly a continuation of No 1

JONES, David carpenter possibly Robe 1847 Memorial 486/8

JONES, David carpenter Portland Vic 1848 Memorial 110/12

No 3

JONES, David gentleman Apoinga 1851[-1854] Memorial 235/31

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

JONES, David gentleman Adelaide 1854. He bought the Pt Elliot steam flour mill and 12 acres of land + broadacres, for £1,000, from HMOF BLAKE. Enrolment 66/24

JONES, David farmer Encounter Bay 1860 Application 1623

No 5

JONES, David livery stable keeper Adelaide 1851 Memorial 158/36

No 6

JONES, David labourer Mt Barker 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 337/63

JONES, David farmer Langhorne Creek 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

JONES, David farmer near Langhorne Bridge 1861 Application 2278

JONES, David formerly labourer Mt Barker 1853 but now farmer Bletchley near Langhorne Bridge 1864 Application 5633

JONES, David farmer Bletchley Hundred of Binnum land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 29 Page 144 County MacDonnell

JONES, David farmer Binnum Hundred of Lochaber land grant 1884 Grant Book 29 Page 254 County MacDonnell

No 7

JONES, David painter Kooringa 1896 Memorial 1/429

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JONES, David Roger plasterer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 169/96

JONES, David Roger farmer formerly of Payneham 1864 but now of Stepney 1866 Application 7498

No 1

JONES, David Thomas licensed victualler Norwood 1853 Memorial 113/57

JONES, David Thomas licensed victualler Pt Elliot 1857[-1859] Memorial 135/125

JONES, David Thomas of the Globe Inn Pt Elliot 1858 Memorial 344/142

JONES, David Thomas formerly publican Pt Elliot 1857 but now gentleman Goolwa 1864 Application 5105

JONES, David Thomas farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1866[-1867] Grant Book 36 Page 228 County Hindmarsh

JONES, David Thomas publican Currency Creek Hundred of Nangkita land grant 1866 Grant Book 37 Page 13 County Hindmarsh

JONES, David Thomas licensed victualler Currency Creek Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1876 Grant Book 36 Page 276 County Hindmarsh

JONES, Ellen licensed victualler Currency Creek Hundred of Goolwa land grant 1866 Grant Book 36 Page 202 County Hindmarsh

JONES, David Thomas farmer Currency Creek 1872 Memorial 63/261

JONES, David Thomas farmer Currency Creek mid-1870s Application 26401

JONES, Dewas Owen and Henry stockholders Binnum Binnum 1858 Memorial 110/136

JONES, DR labourer Aberdeen 1921 Application 27015

JONES, Edmond B storekeeper Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 252/40

No 1

JONES, Edward labourer Watervale 1851 Memorial 332/37

JONES, Edward yeoman Mintaro 1851[-1864] Memorial 166/38

JONES, Edward farmer Walkey Creek near Mintaro 1872 Application 11866

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JONES, Edward farmer Hundred of Nangkita 1854 Memorial 162/74

JONES, Edward farmer The Finniss 1856 Memorial 54/108

JONES, Edward farmer Lower Finniss 1866 Memorial 213/216

JONES, Edward the Younger farmer Point Sturt 1861 Memorial 53/178

No 3

JONES, Edward farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JONES, Edward Britten gentleman Adelaide 1905 Memorial 211/453

JONES, Edward Britten government valuator Adelaide 1908, declared he was 50 years old. His father, Thomas Parry Jones, who had owed land at Glenelg since 1859, died 6/11/1890 Application 25494

JONES, Edward Britten SA deputy Surveyor-General Adelaide 1917 Memorial 42/475

JONES, Edwin labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1907 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

JONES, Edwin B storekeeper Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 37/43

JONES, Edwin John labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1931 Grant Book 2 Page 108 County Adelaide

No 1

JONES, Eli carter Brompton 1862[-1897] Memorial 179/181

JONES, Eli carter Brompton, died 19/12/1898. His unmarried granddaughter, Florence MOLONEY, lived with him until he died. She bought his home out of the estate, then moved to Enfield and rented out the Brompton property to various tenants, including James HARRIS 1901. Storekeeper William Morris SMITH of Hindmarsh collected the rent for her Application 24271

No 2

JONES, Eli farmer Baldina 1883[-1892] Memorial 169/352

No 1

JONES, Elijah smelter Patent Copper Company Kooringa 1851 Memorial 257/36

JONES, Elijah smelter formerly of the Patent Copper Company Kooringa but now of Kapunda 1859 Memorial 197/156

No 1

JONES, Elizabeth widow North Kensington 1866. Enrolment 80/48

No 1

JONES, Esther Kate married woman Pt Lincoln 1913 Memorial 116/468

JONES, Esther Kate married woman formerly of Pt Lincoln but now of Monreith 1928 Memorial 61/499

No 1

JONES, Evan smelter Hampton 1857 Memorial 70/126

JONES, Evan carpenter Hampton near Kooringa and Ann Jones his wife 1900 Memorial 114/441

JONES, Evan gentleman Hampton near Kooringa, died c1905. Estate worth £30. Husband of Ann Jones, of Hampton near Kooringa, who died c1922. Parents of John Jones formerly of Petersburg but then boot business manager Broken Hill NSW, Lewis Jones, Sarah Ann ULLMANN wife of John Henry Ullmann farmer Mt Bryan, and Hester SIMMONS Memorial 68/488

JONES, Evan gentleman Hampton, Burra, died 21/2/1905. He could not write. He left his £30 estate to his wife Ann Jones. Executors: John Jones manager Petersburg and John Henry UHLMANN farmer Mt Bryan. Ann Jones died 22/3/1922 Burra. Her sons, John and Lewis Jones, to be executors. Estate worth £175. Her grandson, Lewis Henry BILLING to inherit all of his mother's personal effecs which his grandmother had stored in her house. Her daughters Sarah Ann UHLMANN and Hester SIMMONS to inherit all her household effects. The residue of the estate to be sold and the proceeds to be distributed equally amongst her 4 children Application 27856

No 1

JONES, Evan Frederick saddler Adelaide 1853[-1854] Memorial 478/61 Took out a 7 year lease of Gumpris's Hotel, McLaren Vale, at £175 per annum 1854 Memorial 320/67

JONES, Evan Frederick saddler formerly of Adelaide [where he was a trustee of the Albion Oddfellow's Lodge] but now of Nelson, New Zealand 1860[-1861] Memorial 46/164

JONES, Evan Frederick saddler Nelson, New Zealand, formerly of Adelaide, Trustee for the funds of the Albion Lodge of Oddfellows, power of attorney to Richard HICKS solicitor Adelaide, to perform his duties as a trustee 2/3/1859. 4/4/1861, EF Jones gave R Hicks power of attorney over his own general business affairs in SA - still in Nelson, New Zealand Deposits 84/1860 & 63/1861

JONES, Ezekial farmer Virginia 1901 Application 24200

JONES, FP ham shop keeper Pt Adelaide 1915 Application 26416

JONES, Frances Isabella spinster formerly of Riverton but now of Gilberton 1889 Memorial 117/398

No 1

JONES, Frances Mary widow Melrose linked with Thomas Parry Jones farmer Glenelg 1869 Memorial 147/243

JONES, Frances Mary widow Melrose 1870 Memorial 158/247

No 1

JONES, Francis labourer Watervale 1851[-1854] Memorial 332/37

JONES, Francis market gardener Watervale 1852 Memorial 68/47

JONES, Francis labourer and marketgardener Watervale, died 1/31866, aged 71 SA BDM

JONES, Elizabeth widow Watervale 1900, declared that William YOUNGHUSBAND MP for Stanley had presented her with allotment 5, of 2 acres, in the township of Watervale, as a gift in 1852, shortly before he left for abroad where he died before effecting a proper transfer of the land. Mrs Jones was the mother of Samuel John Jones miller Hawker Application 23998

No 1

JONES, Frederick and Henry merchants and copartners Adelaide 1842 Memorial 115/2

No 2

JONES, Frederick printer New Glenelg, changed his name to Frederick Jones BIDMEADE 1877 Memorial 164/302

No 3

JONES, Frederick of Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

JONES, Frederick Arthur carpenter Norwood 1884 Memorial 243/355

No 1

JONES, Frederick Brittain gentleman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 121/36

JONES, Frederick Brittain clerk Pt Adelaide 1859 Memorial 261/151

JONES, Frederick Brittain agent Pt Adelaide 1860 Memorial 10/171

JONES, Frederick Brittain shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 354/186

JONES, Frederick Brittain of Pt Adelaide, Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Building and Investment Society 1862 Application 2875

JONES, Frederick Brittain customs house agent Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9188

JONES, Frederick Brittain agent Kingston S-E Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 6 County MacDonnell

JONES, Frederick Brittain formerly licensed victualler Kingston S-E but now out of business Pt Adelaide 1879 Memorial 28/317

JONES, Frederick Brittain publican The Semaphore 1882 Application 19088

JONES, Frederick Brittain agent The Semaphore Co Adelaide. Custon (Hundred of Tatiara) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 76 County Buckingham

JONES, Frederick Brittain agent Pt Adelaide 1886 Application 21032

No 1

JONES, Frederick Thomas miner Kooringa 1858 Memorial 10/148

JONES, Frederick Thomas ironmonger and tinsmith Kooringa 1869 Memorial 104/240

JONES, Frederick Thomas ironmonger Kooringa and Elvena Jess Jones his wife formerly Elvena Jessie FRANCIS 1873[-1874] Memorial 132/267

JONES, Frederick Thomas brewer Kooringa 1875[-1876] Memorial 209/279

JONES, Frederick Thomas farmer Mongolata. Hundred of Mongolata land grant 1883[-1901] Grant Book 9 Page 119 County Burra

JONES, Frederick William Burrows mason Gawler 1876, linked with the late John Watson Jones mason Gawler Application 15488

JONES, Frederick William Caton gentleman Mosquito Plains Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 306 County Robe

No 1

JONES, George plumber and glazier Adelaide 1849 Memorial 381/16

No 2

JONES, George carpenter Fullarton 1853 Memorial 261/49

JONES, George formerly carpenter and joiner Fullarton but now deceased 1875. Henry labourer Fullarton, eldest son and heir at law Application 14355

No 3 - likely to be a continuation of No 2

JONES, George carpenter Hope Valley 1855 Memorial 43/80

JONES, George farmer Hope Valley 1856 Memorial 125/99

JONES, George 24 carpenter married Martha nee SMITH 24 spinster 29/5/1851 Bentham St Chapel Adelaide. Minister: Rev'd Thomas PLAYFORD. Witnesses: Margaret and David SMITH. George Jones butcher Hope Valley, died 12/9/1857 accident intestate, aged 28. Eldest son, Henry Jones labourer Fullarton, born 3/3/1853 Fullarton, inherited as heir at law. By 1875 he was Martha Jones remarried to Samuel HOBBS labourer Fullarton Application 14355

No 4

JONES, George confectioner Brompton 1855 Memorial 162/93

JONES, George confectioner Bowden 1857 Memorial 150/126

JONES, George married Mary Alice WRIGHT at Hereford, Co Hereford, England, in December 1841. Elizabeth EDWARDS wife of Cephas Edwards lime burner Prospect SA, declared 1866 that she was the eldest daughter, born 20/11/1843 Hereford, England, and her brother, Henry Jones baker Prospect, was the eldest son, born 14/11/1845 Hereford. The family emigrated to SA by 1855, when George Jones was a confectioner. George Jones baker Brompton, died 24/4/1864 Adelaide Hospital intestate, of kidney disease, aged 42. Application 7956

No 5

JONES, George labourer Aldinga 1856 Memorial 176/104

JONES, George and Thomas William farmers Aldinga 1877 Memorial 4/299

JONES, George farmer Aldinga, died 4/12/1889. Husband of Caroline Jones. Father of Thomas William Jones and Sarah Annie Jones Memorial 234/450

No 6

JONES, George police constable Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 92/147

JONES, George formerly police constable Pt Adelaide 1857 but now gentleman Adelaide 1864 Application 5249

No 7

JONES, George farmer Cape Jervis Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 338 County Fergusson

JONES, George farmer and butcher Stansbury Hundred of Ramsay land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 340 County Fergusson

No 8

JONES, George farmer Willowie 1885 Memorial 190/367

No 9

JONES, George and John Hammond Jones machinists Payneham 1892[-1898] Memorial 31/415

No 10

JONES, George labourer Hurtle Vale Reynella. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1894 Grant Book 2 Page 95 County Adelaide

No 11

JONES, George farmer near Wallaroo linked with Maria Jones widow near Kadina 1913 Memorial 44/468

No 12

JONES, George farmer Happy Valley 1914 Application 26256

JONES, George Edward gentleman Kensington 1851 Memorial 308/29

JONES, George William licensed victualler Adelaide (The Supreme Court Hotel formerly the Rainbow Inn Gouger St) 1878[-1879] Memorial 64/312

JONES, Gustav Albert farmer Hundred of Price. Hundred of Price land grant 1910 Grant Book 6 Page 82 County Buccleuch

JONES, Harold Osborne hotelkeeper Newmarket Hotel Pt Adelaide 1914 Memorial 79/470 

No 1

JONES, Heighway sheep farmer Tatiara Country 1851 Memorial 247/28

JONES, Heighway Esquire Mosquito Plains 1858 Memorial 42/143

JONES, Heighway stockholder formerly of Kirbyboloite [Kybybolite?] Mosquito Plains but now of Binnum Binnum 1859 Memorial 102/151

No 1

JONES, Henry and Frederick merchants co-partners Adelaide 1842 Memorial 323/2 By 1849, Henry Jones Esquire lived at Second Valley, near Rapid Bay Memorial 413/14

No 2

JONES, Henry pilot Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 252/45

JONES, Henry pilot Pt Adelaide had died by 1855. Husband of Sarah Jane Jones Memorial 197/84

JONES, Henry pilot Pt Adelaide died without issue. His widow, Sarah Jane Jones, remarried to Peter HARRISON waterman Pt Adelaide. Sarah Jane Harrison died 8/3/1874 Pt Adelaide intestate. Peter Harrison died 16/10/1886 Adelaide Destitute Asylum. Application 25269

JONES, Sarah Jane widow Pt Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 35/89

No 3

JONES, Henry grocer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/58

No 4

JONES, Henry miner Nonmus Mine Co Light 1853 Memorial 448/46

JONES, Henry miner of the Nonmus Inn Section 1079 Co Light 1853 Memorial 467/51

JONES, Henry overseer Nain 1861 Application 2638

No 5

JONES, Henry farmer Kooringa 1853[-1856] Memorial 196/61

No 6

JONES, Henry sheep farmer Tatiara District 1855 Memorial 312/80

JONES, Henry sheep farmer Tatiara district, Frances Eliza Jones his wife and Redmond Harry Owen Jones gentleman Tatiara district his son 1861 Memorial 261/176

JONES, Henry stockholder Tatiara Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 26 County Robe

JONES, Henry sheepfarmer Binnum Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1864 Grant Book 50 Page 308 County Robe

JONES, Henry stockholder Binnum Binnum Tatiara District 1869 Memorial 172/236

JONES, Henry stockholder Binnum Binnum Station linked with Derwas Owen Jones Esquire Pontisford near Shrewsbury,
England 1870 Memorial 169/244

JONES, Henry stockholder Binnum Binnum Station linked with Derwas Owen Jones Esquire Pontesford near Shrewsbury, England 1871 Memorial 96/255

No 7 – perhaps the same person

JONES, Henry mason Greenock Creek 1857[-1863] Memorial 34/129

JONES, Henry mason Nain 1859[-1864] Memorial 220/161

No 8

JONES, Henry yeoman Glendore 1860 Memorial 19/170

JONES, Henry wellsinker Glendore near Black Springs 1862 Memorial 132/186

JONES, Henry farmer Black Springs 1866 Memorial 36/219

JONES, Henry yeoman formerly of Glendore (Section 2031 Hundred of Stanley) but now of Hackney 1870 Memorial 8/250

No 9

JONES, Henry and John limeburners Walkerville 1865 Memorial 267/204

JONES, Henry and John limeburners Nailsworth 1867 Memorial 61/224

No 10

JONES, Henry baker Prospect 1866, heir at law of his late father George Jones confectioner Brompton 1857 Application 7951

No 11

JONES, Henry mason Gawler 1872 Memorial 128/263

No 12

JONES, Henry surveyor Wallaroo Bay 1873 Memorial 134/268

No 13

JONES, Henry licensed victualler Freeling Hotel Freeling Freeling (Hundred of Nuriootpa) township allotment land grant 1882[-1887] Grant Book 44 Page 311 County Light

No 14

JONES, Henry farmer Hundred of Menzies. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 59 County Carnarvon

JONES, Henry Britten gentleman Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 404/29

No 1

JONES, HD of Halbury 1881 Memorial 54/332

JONES, Henry D farmer near Halbury 1883 Memorial 8/351

JONES, Henry Daniel Morse and Leopold Richard of The Springs near Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 9/396

JONES, Henry Darlington clerk Redbanks Co Gawler Hundred of Hall land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 211 County Stanley

JONES, Henry Ireson Esquire Adelaide 1849 Memorial 313/19

JONES, Henry Martin labourer Clarendon. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1903[-1907] Grant Book 2 Page 99 County Adelaide

No 1

JONES, Henry Paget of HM Royal Navy, died 30/1/1854. Husband of Margaret Frances Jones. Brother to Charles Stanhope Jones no description. HP Jones had purchased Section 3026 Hundred of Barossa Co Adelaide as a land grant in 1849. Archibald Hawksley GODDARD was an executor of HP Jones' will. Mrs Jones inherited the real estate and leased it out through her local attorney Memorials 224/29, 279/206

JONES, Margaret Frances of the Town and Port of Dover, Kent, England, power of attorney to William Henry MATURIN gentleman Adelaide, to manage the business affairs in SA of her late husband, Henry Paget JONES, because he left real estate there to her in his will 17/7/1857 Deposit 245/1865

No 1

JONES, Horatio Thomas postmaster Kincraig 1861[-1863] Memorial 128/171

JONES, Horatio Thomas storekeeper Kincraig Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1862 Grant Book 50 Page 308 County Robe

JONES, Horatio Thomas storekeeper Kincraig 1863 Memorial 116/191

JONES, Horatio Thomas storekeeper Mosquito Plains, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 158/224

JONES, Horatio Thomas storekeeper Narracoorte 1869 Memorial 53/242

JONES, HT storekeeper Narracoorte 1863. On part of his property facing Ormerod St was a stone building put up especially to house the town's post and telegraph services. The front rooms were built back from the footpath so that low windows could give light to two underground rooms. HJ HORSFALL was the post and telegraph master 1863. Edward Robert PEAKE auctioneer and commission agent Naracoorte 1915 gave this information. He worked for HT Jones in the early 1860s Application 26442

No 2 - perhaps the same person

JONES, Horatio Tom storekeeper Second Valley 1905 Application 24905

JONES, HT station manager Myponga 1926 Memorial 121/532

JONES, Isaac farmer Hundred of Baldina 1887 Memorial 193/381

JONES, Jacob shepherd Canowie near Kooringa 1858[-1860] Memorial 152/134

No 1

JONES, James brickmaker Hindmarsh 1841 Application 13460

No 2 - the same person, but contradictory addresses

JONES, James labourer Black Forest near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 77/7

JONES, James farmer Black Forest purchased land in the Hundred of Willunga 1847. He had married the widow Ann HANCOCK [relict of the late John Hancock formerly of Allotment Memorials 263/9, 484/9

JONES, James farmer near the Onkaparinga River Co Adelaide 1850 Memorial 425/21

JONES, James farmer Noarlunga 1851[-1868] Memorial 385/30

JONES, James farmer Hundred of Willunga 1851[-1854] Memorial 337/29

JONES, James farmer Harriott Creek Hundred of Willunga 1856[-1859] Memorial 388/96

JONES, James farmer Pedlar Creek near Noarlunga 1872 Memorial 215/276

JONES, James farmer Pedlar Creek, near Noarlunga, power of attorney to William James MAGAREY merchant North Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/8/1872 Deposit 251/1876

JONES, James farmer Harriott Creek 1886 Application 21008

No 3

JONES, James water carrier Adelaide 1850[-1853] Memorial 380/22

JONES, James farmer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 241/36

JONES, James landholder Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 482/41 Husband of Ann Jones 1853 Memorial 9/54

JONES, James carter South Adelaide 1854 Memorial 129/73

JONES, James gentleman Gilbert St, Adelaide, about to depart for parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to his wife, Ann Jones, to manage his SA business affairs 23/2/1856 Deposit 29/1857

JONES, James gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the seas. Ann Jones his wife of Adelaide acted as her husband's local attorney 1857 Memorial 334/113

No 4 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JONES, James the Elder wheelwright Gawler 1851[-1856] Memorials 15/36 & 249/83

JONES, James the Elder farmer formerly of Gawler but now of Gawler River 1857 Memorial 44/123

JONES, James the Elder wheelwright Gawler linked with John Jones farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 249/83

JONES, James [perhaps the Younger?] wheelwright Gawler 1866, died date not stated. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Charlotte Jones, during her lifetime, then in equal parts absolutely in remainder expectant to his children - William Jones, John Jones, Andrew Jones, Mercy BOTHELL, Elizabeth WATSFORD, Priscilla BUTTSWORTH, Mary Ann HUTCHINSON, Celina MANKEY, Martha TREGILLAS and James Jones 1871 Memorial 148/252

JONES, Charlotte widow of the late James Jones wheelwright Gawler, died 12/4/1889, of senile decay, aged 92. James and John Jones machinists Gawler likely to be her sons 1889 Application 21732

No 5 – perhaps the same person

JONES, James farmer Fieldhurst Farm near Echunga leased his farm from Jacob HAGEN 1857[-1867] Memorial 178/116

JONES, James of Mt Barker 1876 Application 15367

No 6

JONES, James labourer Stirling 1857 Memorial 152/129

JONES, James labourer Stirling East, died 27/3/1875. He gave his estate in trust to his wife, Elizabeth Jones, for life, so long as she remained unmarried. Mrs Jones died 14/3/1887 Stirling East, of general debility from old age and also dropsy, aged 80. Her husband left Lot 24 Stirling to his son, William Jones labourer Stirling East, for his lifetime after Elizabeth Jones had died. William Jones died 1/5/1908 Adelaide Hospital, of cerebral haemorrhage, aged 64. He was born in Glamorganshire South Wales, and had been in SA for 56 years. He married, aged 25. Children - 1 male still alive and 1 female and one male dead. Daughter Elizabeth Mary Jones born 22/2/1875 died 25/4/1876, of meningitis, aged 14 months. Son James Jones born 16/2/1887. Died 10/3/1887. The only surviving child, Nigel Samuel Nathaniel Jones, born 17/11/1879, son of William Jones labourer Stirling East and his wife, Theresa nee COBBETT, inherited Lot 24 absolutely in remainder expectant according to the terms of his grandfather's will. By 1908, NSN Jones commercial traveller formerly of Stirling East was then living at Kadina Application 25533

JONES, James labourer Stirling East, died 27/3/1875. He left his real estate to his wife, Elizabeth Jones, in trust for life so long as she remained unmarried. After her death, the property to go in trust for life to her son, Rees Jones, then to his eldest child absolutely in remainder expectant. JONES, Rees 23 labourer Stirling East (Father: James Jones) married Margaret JENKINS 23 Crafers (Father: David Jenkins) on 9/6/1862 St James Blakiston. Minister: WB Andrews. Witnesses:William Rogers blacksmith and Sarah Ann Rogers his wife Crafers. Their eldest child was Elizabeth Ann Jones, born 29/6/1867. Mrs Elizabeth Jones died 14/3/1887. Rees Jones died 25/4/1908. Elizabeth Ann CARROLL wife of Thomas Carroll gardener Mt Lofty Station, inherited her grandfather's allotments 7 & 18 in Stirling East Application 25592

JONES, James labourer Stirling East, Hundred of Noarlunga, died 27/3/1874. All his personal estate to his wife, Elizabeth Jones in trust for life, or while she remained a widow. Then, certain allotments in Stirling East, District of Crafers, to go to each of his children, Rees Jones, William Jones, Rachael JAMES and Catherine EVANS for life, then entailed to their eldest child in perpetuity. £10 legacy to the children of the late Hannah MORGAN (probably a daughter of James Jones). Executors John HUNTER and Samuel KNIGHT gardeners Stirling East Deposit 83/1887

JONES, Elizabeth widow Stirling East 1884 Memorial 129/358

No 7

JONES, James farmer Gawler River 1858 Memorial 344/141

JONES, James and Robert farmer Gawler Plains Hundred of Stanley land grant 1859 Grant Book 56 Page 156 County Stanley

JONES, James farmer formerly of Gawler River but now of Auburn 1898 Application 23623

No 8

JONES, James farmer Gumeracha 1860 Application 1226

JONES, James farmer Maidstone 1863 Application 4384

No 9

JONES, James farmer New Auburn 1873[-1874] Memorial 140/268

No 10

JONES, James farmer Findon linked with Susan Jones widow Reedbeds 1877 Memorial 237/298

No 11

JONES, James of Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1880[-1883] Grant Book 29 Page 145 County MacDonnell

No 12

JONES, James farmer Belalie 1885 Memorial 232/370

JONES, James Alexander storekeeper Hoyleton 1891[-1896] Memorials 194/409, 98/415

JONES, James Edward farmer Hundred of Conmurra 1891 Memorial 150/408

JONES, James Henry Bryan civil servant Kent Town 1886 Application 21107

No 1

JONES, James Tambling cordwainer Gawler 1858[-1859] Memorial 62/138

JONES, James Tambling shoemaker formerly of Gawler but now of Saddleworth linked with Thomas Oliver Jones shoemaker Gawler 1865 Memorial 133/204

JONES, James William civil servant Adelaide 1913 Memorial 8/470

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

JONES, Jeremiah farmer Light River 1856 Memorial 169/103

JONES, Jeremiah farmer the Dirty Light Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1859 Grant Book 44 Page 319 County Light

JONES, Jeremiah farmer Light River Special Survey 1862 Memorial 166/187

JONES, Jeremiah farmer near Steelton 1863 Memorial 48/188

JONES, Jeremiah farmer near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 117/231

JONES, Jeremiah farmer Bagot Gap 1876 Memorial 107/288

No 1

JONES, John labourer Adelaide 1838 Memorial 360/30

JONES, John (formerly labourer Adelaide but then) fisherman Glenelg 1838 Memorial 361/30

JONES, John farmer Glenelg 1853[-1854] Memorial 458/57

JONES, John farmer Glenelg 1854 Memorial 221/64 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1854 Memorial 58/72

No 2

JONES, John joiner Adelaide 1840 Husband of Sophia Jones 1846 Application 6712

No 3 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JONES, John labourer Adelaide purchased land at South Richmond 1849 Memorial 310/18

JONES, John the Elder formerly labourer Adelaide 1849, later farmer South Richmond, died 6/3/1878. He left sons, John Jones the Younger, Thomas Jones, Samson Jones and Solomon Jones Application 20870

JONES, John the Elder farmer Richmond, died 6/3/1878. He left his entire estate in varying proportions to his three sons, John Jones the Younger farmer Richmond, Thomas Jones labourer (at Richmond in 1876 but at Cape Jervis by 1878), Samson Jones (labourer Yorke Peninsula by 1878) and Solomon Jones Memorial 77/310

JONES, John farmer South Richmond 1886 Memorial 125/374

No 4 – perhaps a continuation of No 3

JONES, John yeoman Hilton 1849 Memorial 466/18

No 5 - probably connected - Elder and Younger?

JONES, John miner Angas Park 1849 Memorial 78/17

JONES, John miner Angas Park linked with Robert Jones miner Allen Creek near Kapunda 1858 Memorial 296/147

JONES, John miner Allen Creek 1857[-1860] Memorial 18/137

JONES, John farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1860 Memorial 320/163

JONES, John miner formerly of Sandhurst Vic but now of Victoria township near Kapunda linked with Robert Jones miner Victoria township near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 238/201

No 6

JONES, John labourer Goodwood 1850 Memorial 83/20

No 7

JONES, John yeoman Adelaide Linked with JONES, Heighway sheep farmer Tatiara Country 1851 Memorial 247/28

No 8

JONES, John miner Kapunda 1851 Memorial 149/36

JONES, John miner formerly of Kapunda but now of Kadina 1870 Application 10906

No 9

JONES, John yeoman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 254/37

No 10

JONES, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1851 Memorial 241/39

JONES, John farmer Macclesfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 492/29

JONES, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1854[-1879] Memorial 104/70

JONES, John farmer Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

JONES, John farmer Bremerton near Langhorne Creek 1860 Memorial 185/169

JONES, John farmer Langhorne Creek Hundred of Binnum land grant 1876 Grant Book 29 Page 144 County MacDonnell

No 11

JONES, John wheelwright Gawler 1852[-1863] Memorial 40/43

JONES, John the Elder wheelwright Gawler 1864 Memorial 127/196

JONES, John machinist Gawler 1867 Memorial 243/232

JONES, John machinist Gawler. Gawler Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1877 Memorial 226/306

No 12

JONES, John farmer Mintaro 1853 Memorial 482/95

JONES, John farmer [formerly of Mintaro but now of] Yankalilla 1856 Memorial 48/102

No 13

JONES, John and WILLIS, John farmers Mt Barker 1854. By 1863, John Willis farmed beside the Bremer River at Langhorne Bridge. He could not write Application 4174

JONES, John farmer Langhorne Creek 1854 Memorial 448/78

JONES, John in New Zealand by 1862 Application 4670

No 14 – perhaps the same person

JONES, John farmer Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 80/75

JONES, John farmer Adelaide. Hundred of Pt Adelaide land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 217 County Adelaide

No 15

JONES, John greengrocer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1856 Memorial 7/102

No 16

JONES, John carter Adelaide 1856 Memorial 396/99

JONES, John cartman North Kensington 1856[-1860] Memorial 153/102, Application 1419

JONES, John carrier North Kensington 1861[-1868] Memorial 340/173

No 17

JONES, John mason Gawler 1857 Memorial 95/129

No 18

JONES, John farmer Hundred of Bremer 1857 Memorial 117/117

JONES, John farmer Belvidere [Hundred of Bremer] 1865[-1879] Memorial 111/206

No 19

JONES, John farmer Myponga 1858 Memorial 18/146

No 20

JONES, John blacksmith Angas Plains 1858 Memorial 30/148

JONES, John farmer Angas Plains 1859 Memorial 209/158

No 21

JONES, John miner Copperhouse 1859[-1860] Memorial 9/157

No 22

JONES, John storekeeper Kooringa 1859 Memorial 6/157

No 23

JONES, John labourer Rosewater 1864 Application 5825

No 24

JONES, John farmer Mt Barker 1864 Application 4809

No 25 – perhaps the Elder and the Younger

JONES, John the Elder wheelwright Gawler 1864 Application 5716.

JONES, John wheelwright Gawler 1864 Application 5847

JONES, John wheelwright Gawler Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 682 County Frome

JONES, John blacksmith Gawler South 1881 Application 18867

JONES, John the Elder wheelwright Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

JONES, John wheelwright Gawler 1894 Application 22682

JONES, John machinist Gawler 1895 Application 22891

JONES, John machinist Gawler 1896. William Henry GOME accountant Gawler said that he had known J Jones since 1855 Application 23095

No 26 - perhaps the same person; perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JONES, John farmer labourer Belalie East Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1877 Grant Book 13 Page 190 County Dalhousie

JONES, John farmer Canowie 1883 Memorial 218/348

JONES, John the Elder farmer Hundred of Erskine. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1884 Grant Book 13 Page 426 County Dalhousie

JONES, John the Elder formerly farmer Hundred of Erskine had died by 1898. Robert and Catherine Jones farmers Hundred of Erskine linked with the estate Memorial 4/434

No 27

JONES, John farmer McLaren Vale and Elizabeth Ann Jones his wife 1881 Memorial 193/333

JONES, John farmer formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Kaniva Vic and Elizabeth Ann Jones his wife 1886 Application 20953

No 28

JONES, John shoemaker Hampton 1882 Memorial 64/345

JONES, John shoemaker Redruth 1882[-1886] Memorial 107/344

JONES, John shoemaker Hampton. Redruth Methodist Church trustee 1903 Application 27966

No 29

JONES, John of Murray Bridge 1888 Memorial 167/389

No 30

JONES, John of the Wallaroo Mines 1888 Memorial 106/393

No 31 – perhaps the same person

JONES, John farmer Clarendon 1888[-1892]. E Jones mentioned but not described Memorial 119/393

JONES, John farmer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1902 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

No 32

JONES, John miner Prospect 1890 Memorial 115/402

No 33

JONES, John farmer Echunga 1894 Memorial 77/421

No 34

JONES, John farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

JONES, John farmer Kilkerran Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 279 County Daly

JONES, John farmer Kilkerran, had died by 1910. Executors – William Thomas Jones and John Jones farmers Kilkerran Grant Book 14 Page 282 County Daly

No 35

JONES, John farmer Willamulka. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 36

JONES, John labourer Hog Bay Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1908[-1915] Grant Book 11 Page 15 County Carnarvon

JONES, John Allan tailor George St, Sydney NSW bought allotments in Islington in 1846 from Terence FITZSIMMONS (no description) and sold them in 1848. Did either or both men ever live in SA? Memorial 83/11

No 1

JONES, John Britten stockholder Campbelltown Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873[-1882] Grant Book 60 Page 75 County Victoria

JONES, John Britten sheep farmer Booyoolie 1876 Memorial 12/293

JONES, John Britten and BURDEN, Philip Henry chaff merchants Adelaide 1885 Application 20471

JONES, John Britten [formerly sheep farmer but now] chaff merchant Pt Adelaide 1896 Memorial 178/426

No 1

JONES, John Edwin storekeeper Melrose Co Frome. Copley (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1892 Grant Book 65 Page 251 County Not named

JONES, John Edwin storekeeper Melrose Co Frome and Susanna Maria Jones his wife. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

JONES, John Edwin storekeeper Parachilna. Parachilna (Hundred of Nilpena) township allotment land grant 1895 Grant Book 59 Page 27 County Taunton

JONES, John Edwin storekeeper Blinman. Trustee Institute Blinman Hundred of Carr land grant 1908 Grant Book 59 Page 4 County Taunton

JONES, John Edwin storekeeper Blinman 1929 Application 27732

JONES, John Elias clerk Adelaide (Hindley St) 1887 Memorial 103/383

JONES, John Nelson chemist and druggist Kensington 1850 Memorial 316/23

JONES, John Probart agent Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 225/204

No 1

JONES, John Samuel printer Nailsworth 1850[-1861] Memorial 377/23

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, John Samuel schoolmaster Meadows 1867[-1874] Memorial 32/239, Application 8837

JONES, John Watson mason Gawler, died 1876. All the real estate to be sold, except property in Murray St, Gawler. His widow to receive the interest from a trust fund during her widowhood, as well as the use of the real estate in Murray St during her widowhood. Afterwards, the money and Murray St real estate to go to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Frederick William Burrows Jones mentioned as one of the children Memorial 206/293

No 1

JONES, John William yeoman Alberton 1849 Memorial 405/15

JONES, John William yeoman Alberton sailed for the Californian gold diggings in the ship Broad Axe during 1850. He was lost at sea which sailed from California some time after he arrived there from SA. Before he left Pt Adelaide, he gave the deeds to his home at Alberton to his friend Amiel LITHEL sawyer Alberton as a present. A Lithel in turn gave the deeds to his son, John Lithel tailor Alberton a short while afterwards. The family had occupied the land ever since Application 24628

No 2

JONES, John William mason Gawler 1867 Memorial 173/227

JONES, Jonah fisherman Milang 1862[-1863] Application 4670

No 1

JONES, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 497/3

No 1

JONES, Joseph Section 2086 District B 1849 Memorial 332/15

JONES, Joseph farmer The Sturt 1850[-1858] Memorial 31/20

JONES, Joseph farmer [formerly of The Sturt but now of] Clarendon 1858 Memorial 222/143

No 1

JONES, Joseph labourer Bremerton 1855 Memorial 459/83

JONES, Joseph farmer Langhorne Bridge 1856 Memorial 306/112

No 2

JONES, Joseph stonemason Auburn 1857[-1860] Memorial 283/120

No 3

JONES, Joseph the Younger farmer Binnum Hundred of Binnum land grant 1882[-1884] Grant Book 29 Page 148 County MacDonnell

JONES, Joseph Parker ironmonger Hyde Park 1914 Memorial 110/471

JONES, Joshua now of Adelaide, but about to proceed to the Northern Territory, power of attorney to Edward Andrew Devonshire OPIE, to manage his SA business affairs 23/9/1873 Deposit 32/1874

JONES, Josiah secretary to the Central Exchange Adelaide 1853 Memorial 408/56

No 1

JONES, JW of Silverton NSW 1888 Memorial 88/393

No 2

JONES, JW Public Works Officer Adelaide 1903 Application 24621

JONES, Leopold Richard of The Springs near Mt Gambier 1888[-1890] Harry Daniel Morse Jones mentioned but not described Memorials 9/396, 97/406

No 1

JONES, Lewis of Adelaide 1851 Memorial 361/32

JONES, Lewis draper Adelaide 1854 Memorial 171/65

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, Lewis of Mt Gambier 1855 Memorial 252/87

JONES, Lewis farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1867] Memorial 288/163

No 1

JONES, Leyshon labourer Kooringa 1853 Memorial 215/50

JONES, Leyshon copper refiner Kapunda 1858 Memorial 279/155

JONES, Leyshon copper refiner Kapunda 1860 Application 1862

JONES, Leyshon smelter Kapunda 1865 Application 6181

JONES, Leyshon formerly miner Kapunda 1858 but now smelter Wallaroo 1877 Application 16523

JONES, Ann the wife of Leyshon Jones, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON land agent Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 22/10/1873 Deposit 260/1873

JONES, Margaret Ann hotelkeeper Vine Inn Glen Osmond 1900 Memorial 57/442

JONES, Mary widow Hundred of Boolcunda 1887 Memorial 127/386

JONES, Michael Derras Goring gentleman Binnum Binnum Naracoorte (Hundred of Naracoorte) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 50 Page 305 County Robe

JONES, Michael Norman railway porter Mintaro and Mary Jones his wife 1900[-1901] Memorial 247/439

No 1

JONES, Morris smelter Dawesley near Nairne 1864[-1869] Memorial 33/200

JONES, Morris smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1866 Memorial 116/213

JONES, Morris smelter Dawesley near Nairne 1870 Memorial 175/246

JONES, Morris smelter Scott Creek near Nairne 1871 Application 11187

JONES, Morris farmer Scott Creek near Nairne 1880 Memorial 145/326

JONES, Morris smelter Dawesley near Nairne and Mary Jones his wife 1887 Application 21255

JONES, Morris gardener Dawesley and Mary Jones his wife 1887 Memorial 21/387

JONES, Mary widow Dawesley relict of the late Morris Jones formerly gardener Dawesley now deceased 1906 Memorial 247/455

ONES, Mary widow Nairne, formerly a Mrs BYRTH, died 22/8/1915. Estate worth £1,800. She left her whole estate to her son, Francis Byrth of near Nairne, provided he paid certain legacies to her other children - William Byrth bootmaker formerly Nairne now Mannum. Thomas Byrth butcher Pt Broughton; and Elizabeth BELL wife of John Bell of Pt Broughton Application 27952

JONES, Mary wife of Morris Jones gardener Dawesley, had two sons - Francis BYRTH and Thomas Byrth farmers Dawesley. She died 22/8/1915 Application 28246

No 1

JONES, Owen stone mason College Town 1851 Memorial 135/38

JONES, Thomas [son of Owen Jones] stone mason formerly of College Town 1851 but now of Footscray Vic 1877 Application 16067.

No 1

JONES, Percy bank agent Millicent 1885 Memorial 82/370

JONES, Percy agent Bank of SA Ltd Millicent 1886 Memorial 135/374

JONES, Percy bank agent Eudunda 1888 Memorial 53/391

No 1

JONES, Rees husbandman The Torrens 1850 Application 5667

JONES, Rees gardener Hindmarsh 1854 Memorial 295/71

JONES, Rees poundkeeper Hindmarsh 1859 Memorial 149/148

JONES, Rees formerly of the Torrens 1850 but now gardener Hindmarsh 1864 Application 5667

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, Rees labourer Stirling East 1868 Memorial 238/232

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JONES, Richard sheep farmer Watervale 1852 Memorial 462/40

JONES, Richard of Emu Belt 1859 Application 234

JONES, Richard farmer Emu Belt near Clare 1860 Memorial 294/163

JONES, Richard farmer near Watervale 1864 Application 4954

JONES, Richard sheep farmer Emu Belt Co Stanley 1855, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Jones, absolutely Memorial 96/207

JONES, Mary widow near Watervale 1866 Memorial 144/216

No 2

JONES, Richard of Swanport 1867 Memorial 162/222

No 3

JONES, Richard teamster Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 65 Page 226 County Manchester

No 1

JONES, Richard Casserly storekeeper’s manager Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 370 County Fergusson

JONES, Richard Casserly storekeeper Curramulka township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 19 Page 371 County Fergusson

JONES, Richard Casserly storekeeper Curramulka 1886[-1891] Memorial 228/374

JONES, Richard Casserly formerly storekeeper but now farmer Curramulka 1900[-1905] Memorial 214/440

No 1

JONES, Richard John licensed victualler Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1880 Grant Book 7 Page 8 County Buckingham

JONES, Ellen licensed victualler Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1881 Grant Book 7 Page 10 County Buckingham

No 1

JONES, Robert shoemaker Strathalbyn 1850 Memorial 442/24

JONES, Robert farmer Hughes Wells near Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 169/111

JONES, Robert farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1868[-1870] Memorial 102/229, Application 10741

No 2

JONES, Robert miner Allen Creek 1852 Memorial 264/39

JONES, Robert miner Kapunda 1856[-1859] Memorial 197/100

JONES, Robert miner Kapunda. Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1865 Memorial 275/206

JONES, Robert miner Kapunda Kapunda Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1875[-1876] Application 14751

No 3

JONES, Robert farmer Auburn 1866 Memorial 61/211

JONES, Robert formerly farmer Auburn 1866 but now gentleman Kent Town 1876 Application 14847

No 4

JONES, Robert barman Jamestown 1881 Memorial 108/336

No 5

JONES, Robert farmer Hundred of Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

No 6

JONES, Robert of Young St, Parkside 1881 Memorial 93/331

JONES, RZ clerk to the District Council of Black Springs 1876 Memorial 6/293

No 1

JONES, Samuel carpenter Salisbury 1856 Memorial 334/108

JONES, Samuel carpenter Salisbury, died c1874 [perhaps before] intestate Memorial 334/108

JONES, Samuel the Elder married Ann nee ? 5/2/1835 Sutton, Somerset, England. Family - Thomas Jones born 25/11/1838, now of Salisbury 1875; William Jones born 31/3/1841, now butcher Sturt St, Adelaide; Elizabeth Jones born 11/11/1843, now wife of William GOODGER brewer Pt Adelaide; Ann Jones born 29/10/1845 now wife of William BELL packer Mintaro; Samuel Jones the Younger born 7/2/1848 now butcher Clare; John Hammond Jones born 18/1/1850 now wheelwright Gawler; George Jones born 16/8/1852, now blacksmith Gawler. The family emigrated to SA. Samuel Jones the Elder carpenter Salisbury died 14/9/1869 intestate, of brain disease, aged 65. Application 14222

No 2

JONES, Samuel smelter Redruth 1857 Memorial 303/124

JONES, Samuel smelter Hampton Co Burra 1860 Memorial 45/166

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

JONES, Samuel shepherd Hamilton 1881 Application 18956

No 4 - perhaps a continuation of No 3

JONES, Samuel mounted constable Pt Augusta 1900 Application 23996

No 5

JONES, Samuel labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

No 1

JONES, Samuel Charles farmer Meadows Creek Hundred of Louth Hundred of Louth land grant 1881 Grant Book 21 Page 7 County Flinders

JONES, Samuel Charles farmer Hundred of Louth 1889 Memorial 104/396

JONES, Samuel John mill manager Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 18 County Blachford

JONES, Samuel Wilson of Hergott Springs 1886 Memorial 33/378

JONES, Stephen Price agent Adelaide 1914 Application 26320

No 1

JONES, Sydney hotelkeeper Adelaide (White Conduit North St) 1907-1910 Memorial 154/457

JONES, Sydney hotelkeeper Adelaide (Royal Oak Hindley St) 1911-?] Memorial 189/465

JONES, Sydney hotel manager Adelaide Co Adelaide. Peake (Hundred of Peake) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 6 Page 141 County Buccleuch

No 1

JONES, Thomas Sheriff’s Officer North Adelaide 1842 Memorial 496/1

JONES, Thomas yeoman North Adelaide 1842 Memorial 237/2

JONES, Thomas formerly sheriff's officer North Adelaide and Amelia Jones his wife 1843 Memorial 97/3

No 2

JONES, Thomas farmer Meadows Special Survey 1844[-1854] Memorial 37/4

JONES, Thomas farmer Meadows 1857[-1869] Memorial 338/130

JONES, Thomas farmer The Meadows. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 300 County Adelaide

JONES, Thomas farmer Spring Grove. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1858 Grant Book 1 Page 300 County Adelaide

JONES, Thomas farmer Spring Grove The Meadows 1862 Memorial 246/186

No 3

JONES, Thomas chairmaker Adelaide (South Tce) 1846[-1850] Memorial 338/157

JONES, Thomas chairmaker Fullarton 1850[-1861] Memorial 23/27

JONES, Thomas newsvendor Adelaide 1861 Application 2019.

No 4

JONES, Thomas builder Adelaide 1850 Memorial 281/24

JONES, Thomas builder Adelaide (Waymouth St) became a bankrupt in 1852. In partnership with James BOWLEY Memorial 98/211

JONES, Thomas and BOWLEY, James builders Waymouth St, Adelaide, insolvent 28/5/1852 Application 2932

No 5 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JONES, Thomas plasterer Glenelg 1853[-1854] Memorial 455/47

JONES, Thomas builder Glenelg 1855 Memorial 117/88

No 5

JONES, Thomas farmer Mintaro 1852[-1853] Memorial 172/43

No 7

JONES, Thomas butcher Adelaide (Franklin St) 1853 Memorial 106/49

No 8

JONES, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1854[-1873] Memorial 492/75

JONES, Thomas farmer Hillside Yankalilla 1878 Application 16810.

No 9

JONES, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 27/115

JONES, Thomas labourer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Brompton, died 21/3/1863 intestate. Husband of Elizabeth Jones. John Jones labourer Brompton, the eldest son and heir at law. He and his mother were still in Brompton by 1876 Memorial 57/414

JONES, Elizabeth, lived continuously on lot 104, corner of Second and West St, Brompton, from 1857 until her death on 6/10/1891. Mother of George Jones miner Brompton and Mary WELLS widow Second St, Brompton 1897 Application 23281

No 10 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JONES, Thomas Superintendent of the Tramway Goolwa 1857[-1858] Memorial 197/228

JONES, Thomas of Goolwa Superintendent of the Pt Elliot & Goolwa Tramway 1861 Application 2435

JONES, Thomas Superintendent of Railways Goolwa 1869 Application 10323.

JONES, Thomas formerly of Goolwa but now of Moonta 1885 Application 20634.

JONES, Thomas civil engineer Moonta, died 16/11/1892 Rose Park. Executors; James William Jones of Adelaide deputy surveyor-general of SA, and Luke Lidiard FURNER agent Adelaide Memorial 165/469
JONES, Thomas the Elder gentleman Osmond Tce, Norwood, died c1892. Husband of Elizabeth Jones. Father of Thomas Jones the Younger of Kensington (eldest son), James Jones, Philip William Jones, Joseph Benjamin Jones, John Paul Jones of Norwood (youngest son), Elizabeth GAZARD, Sarah Ann JARVIS, Ellen Louisa Jones, Hannah Jane Jones and Mary Jones Memorial 113/413

JONES, Thomas tramway manager Kensington Park [formerly the Younger] 1896 Memorial 18/430

JONES, Thomas (formerly the Younger) tramway manager Kensington Park 1910 Memorial 199/463

JONES, Thomas (formerly the Younger) formerly Tramway manager but now out of business Kensington Park 1911 Memorial 16/465

No 11

JONES, Thomas labourer Mt Barker 1858 Memorial 230/141

JONES, Thomas labourer Mt Barker Flat, died 26/7/1871. Estate worth £100. Husband of Sarah Jones, who was still living in Mt Barker 1882 Application 19085

No 12

JONES, Thomas labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1858 Deposit 298/1858

JONES, Thomas labourer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 332 County Light

JONES, Thomas farmer near Saddleworth Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1862 Grant Book 44 Page 331 County Light

JONES, Thomas farmer Saddleworth 1865 Application 6147

JONES, Thomas farmer formerly of One Tree Hill 1858 but now of Saddleworth 1875 Application 14059

No 13

JONES, Thomas labourer Kapunda 1864[-1865] Memorial 281/199

No 14

JONES, Thomas miner Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1869 Grant Book 14 Page 73 County Daly

No 15

JONES, Thomas farmer Gum Creek near Kooringa 1870[-1880] Memorial 54/247

No 16

JONES, Thomas of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

No 17

JONES, Thomas baker Pt Pirie 1874 Memorial 118/277

No 18

JONES, Thomas butcher Pt Pirie (with John WHITELAW. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 287 County Victoria

JONES, Thomas butcher Pt Pirie 1877 Memorial 218/297

No 19

JONES, Thomas gentleman Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 48 Page 42 County Musgrave

No 20

JONES, Thomas architect Moonta 1883 Application 19967

JONES, Thomas surveyor Moonta. Hundred of Kulpara land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 329 County Daly

JONES, Thomas surveyor Moonta 1885 Application 20744

No 21

JONES, Thomas farmer Willunga 1886 Memorial 79/374

No 22

JONES, Thomas farmer Bute 1890 Memorial 52/406

No 23

JONES, Thomas farmer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1902 Grant Book 2 Page 98 County Adelaide

No 24

JONES, Thomas gentleman Goolwa 1909 Application 25623

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JONES, Thomas Edward labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1911 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

JONES, Thomas Edward storekeeper Kangarilla Co Adelaide. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1943 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

JONES, Thomas F clerk Manoora 1873 Memorial 106/266

JONES, Thomas Francis carrier Gladstone 1883 Application 19948

JONES, Thomas Holley draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 117/143

No 1

JONES, Thomas Oliver shoemaker Enfield 1851[-1853] Memorial 66/31

JONES, Thomas Oliver bootmaker Pine Forest [probably Enfield] 1853 Memorial 212/55

JONES, Thomas Oliver farmer Enfield 1854 Memorial 118/63

JONES, Thomas Oliver bootmaker Gawler 1857 Memorial 347/128

JONES, Thomas Oliver importer Gawler, about to proceed to parts beyond the seas, power of attorney to James Parker JONES importer Gawler, to manage TO Jones’s mortgages which he has over certain properties with Edward CLEMENT auctioneer Gawler 6/4/1882 Deposit 104/1883

No 1

JONES, Thomas Parry farmer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 383/61

JONES, Thomas Parry farmer Glenelg 1857[-1881] Memorial 212/113, Application 6034

JONES, Thomas Parry stockholder Glenelg Co Adelaide. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 75 County Victoria

JONES, Thomas Parry stockholder Glenelg Co Adelaide. Pt Broughton township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 491 County Daly

JONES, Thomas Parry and John Britten stockholders Glenelg Co Adelaide. Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 571 County Frome

JONES, Thomas Parry merchant Pt Adelaide 1885. He had died by 1891. Husband of Harriette Jones Memorials 39/370, 121/408

JONES, Thomas Parry farmer Wilmington 1885 Application 20696

JONES, Thomas Parry farmer formerly of Glenelg but now of Wilmington 1879[-1887] Memorial 177/319

JONES, Thomas Parry farmer Wilmington. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 544 County Frome

JONES, Thomas stockholder Wilmington. Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 794 County Frome

JONES, Thomas gentleman Wilmington. Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 799 County Frome

JONES, Harriette widow Wilmington 1898 Memorial 206/435

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JONES, Thomas Rowlands publican Tanunda 1851[-1853] Memorial 73/36 Publican Alliance Hotel, Tanunda 1852 Memorial 460/39 Gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 266/78

JONES, Thomas Rowlands publican Kapunda 1862 Application 2892

JONES, Thomas Rowlands licensed victualler Kapunda father of Henry Rowlands Jones of Kapunda 1862 Memorial 347/180

JONES, Theopile Pauline widow from Morphett Vale took over the lease of the Blenheim Hotel Hindley St, Adelaide from Thomas WILLIAMS 1866 Memorial 85/212

No 1

JONES, Thomas Tolley draper Adelaide Hundred of Alexandrina land grant 1857 Grant Book 36 Page 8 County Hindmarsh

JONES, Thomas Tolley gentleman The Goolwa 1857 Memorial 26/128

JONES, Thomas Tolley draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 117/143

JONES, Thomas Tolley storekeeper formerly of Adelaide but now of Willunga 1858 Application 62

JONES, Thomas Tolley storekeeper Aldinga 1860[-1863] Memorial 342/168

JONES, Thomas William farmer Aldinga 1904 Memorial 121/451

No 1

JONES, Vickery Young and JONES, Zechariah Herbert drapers Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11420

JONES, Vickery Young and Zechariah Herbert Jones drapers Pt Adelaide 1877[-1889] Memorial 156/302

JONES, Vickery Young draper Pt Adelaide 1892[-1919] Memorial 77/413

JONES, Vickery Young and Zechariah Herbert Jones drapers Pt Adelaide, became bankrupts in 1898 Memorial 64/435

JONES, Vickery Young and Zechariah Herbert Jones drapers Pt Adelaide 1904[-1912] Memorial 35/451

JONES, Vickery Young out of business Woodville, died 17/6/1928. Husband of Myrtle Ruth Jones (second wife). Father of Elizabeth Emma UNDERWOOD wife of David Edward Underwood company manager Dulwich; Annie Louisa CUTTEN; Harold Osborne Jones hotelkeeper Rosewater; Robert Clair Jones; Eva Alice ARNOLD; Ethel HANSON, Harry Jones; Sydney Herbert Jones; Ivy Lillian STUMP and Collette Daphne Jones. Two sons alreay married died before their father - Ernest Vickery Jones and Frederick Hillier Jones Memorial 178/501

No 1

JONES, VP clerk Adelaide (24 Brookman's Building) 1903 Memorial 115/448

JONES, Victor Pickering company secretary Adelaide (Brookman Buildings, Grenfell St) 1911 Memorial 2/465

JONES, Walter Congregational minister Gawler 1884[-1890] Memorial 213/357

JONES, Walter Pickering licensed victualler Kincraig 1866 Memorial 215/217

No 1

JONES, William stonemason Gawler 1848[-1855] Memorial 294/13

JONES, William stone mason Gawler Co Gawler. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 34 County Adelaide No 2

No 2

JONES, William butcher Dry Creek 1849[-1857] Memorial 158/18

JONES, William farmer Dry Creek 1850 Memorial 330/25

JONES, William butcher formerly of Dry Creek but now of Salisbury 1857 Memorial 44/126

JONES, William farmer formerly of Salisbury 1864 now of Pt Gawler 1874 Application 14008

No 3 - perhaps the same person

JONES, William plumber Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 44/25

JONES, William plumber formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Kapunda, an insolvent debtor 1875 Memorial 175/280

No 4

JONES, William mail contractor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 412/19 Mail contractor Unley 1851 Memorial 478/29

JONES, William postmaster Unley late 1850[-1851] Memorial 285/27

JONES, William gentleman Unley 1853[-1859] Memorial 306/46

JONES, William contractor Unley 1853 Memorial 234/48

No 5

JONES, William labourer Brownhill Creek 1850 Memorial 156/26

JONES, William bricklayer formerly of Brownhill Creek but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 250/70

No 6

JONES, William cooper Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 208/35

JONES, William cooper Adelaide, died c1855. He left his estate in trust to Ann KIRKMAN commonly known as the wife of William Jones for the maintenance of her and his son, James Henry Bryan Jones, until the death of either of them, in which case the survivor inherited the estate absoluteley. The son also to inherit if Ann Kirkman remarried Memorial 123/108

No 7

JONES, William painter Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 408/37

JONES, William painter formerly of Mt Barker 1853 Memorial 338/50

JONES, William [formerly painter but now] farmer Adelaide, appointed Nelson LEAK farmer Yankalilla his SA attorney to manage his SA business affairs 1852 Application 11664

No 8 - perhaps a continuation of No 7

JONES, William yeoman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 28/70

No 9 - perhaps the same person

JONES, William farmer Gawler River 1852[-1874] Memorial 168/42, Application 13307

JONES, William farmer Munno Para 1865 Memorial 22/202

JONES, William farmer Gawler Plains 1864 Application 5556.

JONES, William farmer Peachey Belt 1864 Application 5219.

No 10 - perhaps the same person

JONES, William miner Allen Creek 1852[-1853] Memorial 263/39

JONES, William yeoman Kapunda 1858 Memorial 204/132

No 11 - perhaps the same person

JONES, William gardener Stepney 1856 Memorial 464/100

JONES, William gardener Glynde 1859 Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant Memorial 297/149

No 12

J0NES, William mason Unley 1858[-1861] Application 2053

No 13

JONES, William storekeeper Melrose 1862 Application 2874

JONES, William storekeeper Melrose [Perhaps links with Jones families in Gawler] 1863 Memorial 180/192

JONES, William of Melrose Mt Remarkable, died 21/1/1868. His widow, Frances Mary Jones, remarried 29/3/1873, to Benjamin Gilbart EDWARDS minister of the gospel Riverton . A daughter of the testator, Frances Isabella Jones, turned 21 on 31/7/1885. She lived with her mother and step-father in the Rectory at Riverton. Thomas Parry Jones gentleman Wilmington also a member of the testator's family Memorial 38/373

No 14

JONES, William agent Goodwood Park 1861 Memorial 176/176

JONES, William agent Goodwood Park, became a bankrupt in 1861 and 1867 Memorials 176/176, 183/222

No 15

JONES, William gentleman Pt MacDonnell Pt MacDonnell township allotment land grant 1863 Grant Book 29 Page 108 County Grey

No 16

JONES, William farmer Stirling East 1870[-1879] Memorial 126/249

JONES, William gardener Mt Lofty 1887 Application 21204.

JONES, William farmer Stirling East 1890 Application 21807

No 17

JONES, William farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1874 Grant Book 50 Page 103 County Robe

No 18

JONES, William merchant Kent Town 1875 Application 14578.

No 19

JONES, William wholesale fruiterer Adelaide 1876 Application 14929

JONES, William produce merchant Kent Town Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 232 County Daly

No 20

JONES, William farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 348 County Gawler

JONES, William of Wildhorse Plains 1884 Application 20051

JONES, William farmer Wild Horse Plains Hundred of Dublin land grant 1886 Grant Book 26 Page 351 County Gawler

No 21

JONES, William carter Wallaroo Bay 1887 Memorial 50/386

No 22

JONES, William farmer Petersburg 1890 Memorial 7/405

JONES, William farmer Gumbowie 1891 Memorial 187/409

JONES, William farmer Nackara 1891[-1896] Memorial 174/411

No 23

JONES, William the Younger labourer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1908 Grant Book 2 Page 100 County Adelaide

JONES, William the Younger sawyer Kangarilla. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1923 Grant Book 2 Page 105 County Adelaide

No 24

JONES, William formerly farmer Precolumb but now out of business Prospect 1913 Memorial 18/469

JONES, William Casserly storekeeper's manager Curramulka 1887 Memorial 137/386

JONES, William George storekeeper and wood merchant 91 Rundle St, Kent Town 1924 Application 27257

No 1

JONES, William Hammond carter Kingston near Pt Adelaide 1870 Memorial 5/245

JONES, William Hammond licensed victualler Middleton 1874 Memorial 122/274

JONES, William Harris John retired farmer Salisbury 1956 Memorial 199/530

No 1

JONES, William Henry plumber Hindmarsh 1849[-1850] Memorial 363/51

JONES, William Henry plumber Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 366/97

JONES, William Henry formerly of Kapunda and Pt Adelaide, now an imprisoned debtor 1861 Memorial 152/302

JONES, William Henry formerly glazier Pt Adelaide but now a bankrupt 1877 Memorial 153/302

No 2

JONES, William Henry the Younger farmer Blyth 1881 Memorial 126/335

No 3

JONES, William Henry carrier Goodwood 1910 Application 25732

JONES, William Henry Thomas labourer Morphett Vale 1922 Memorial 182/486

No 1

JONES, William Herbert clerk to Messrs LYONS & LEADER land agents Adelaide 1882[-1897] Memorials 174/341 & 175/357

JONES, William Herbert clerk Adelaide 1891[-1892] Memorial 163/407

JONES, William Herbert licensed land broker Adelaide 1913 Memorial 21/469

JONES, WR store assistant Snowtown 1887[-1889] Memorial 166/383

No 1

JONES, William Thomas Customs House officer Pt Wakefield 1855[-1856] Memorial 440/93

JONES, William Thomas postmaster Pt Wakefield 1859 Memorial 92/155

JONES, William Thomas gentleman Pt Wakefield 1867 Memorial 153/227

JONES, William Thomas customs house officer Queenstown 1859 Memorial 308/161

JONES, William Thomas gentleman MacDonnell Bay Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 273 County Grey

JONES, William Thomas Customs House officer formerly of Queenstown but now of Pt MacDonnell 1864 Memorial 87/198

JONES, William Thomas gentleman Pt MacDonnell 1872 Memorial 181/257

JONES, William Thomas customs house officer Pt MacDonnell 1875 Application 14756

JONES, William Thomas HM Customs House officer formerly of Pt Wakefield 1855 now of Pt MacDonnell 1877 Application 15723

No 2

JONES, William Thomas farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1894 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

JONES, William Thomas custom house officer Pt MacDonnell Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

JONES, WS clerk Cleve St, Pt Adelaide 1875 Memorial 24/283

JONES, Zechariah Herbert and JONES, Vickery Young drapers Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 14026

No 1

JONSON, Johann labourer Mulgundawa 1876 Memorial 3/295

JONSON, Johann farmer near Callington 1879 Memorial 185/315

JONSON/JÖNSEN, Johann Martin farmer Kapunda 1905 Application 24958

JONSON/JÖNSEN, Johannes Heinrich farmer Allendale North, sometimes described as Hamilton 1932 Application 27870

JONSON, John George c/- post office Carey Gulley 1881 Application 18403

JONSON, Jonas mariner Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 66 Page 160 County Manchester

JONSTON, Charles farmer Lucindale, became a bankrupt in 1884 Memorial 71/361

No 1

JOPE, John yeoman Unley 1852[-1860] Memorial 191/42

JOPE, John labourer Unley 1854 Memorial 183/65

JOPE, John farmer Unley, died 1865. He left his real estate to his wife, Eleanor Jope, and his daughter, Eliza Jope, daughter of his first wife, for life, then to the survivor, then to any children of theirs absolutely in equal shares. By 1904, Eliza Jope had married John TABOR farmer Goodwood 1904 Application 24726

JOPE, Eleanore widow Unley linked with Eliza Jope spinster Unley 1876 Memorial 142/292

No 1

JOPPICH, Ernst farmer Light Pass son and heir at law of the late Samuel Joppich formerly farmer Light Pass now deceased and his wife, Johanne Eleonore Jopphich now widow Light Pass 1865 Memorial 277/207

JOPPICH, Ernst Carl Samuel farmer near Waterloo Hundred of Appila land grant 1878[-1881] Grant Book 24 Page 493 County Frome

No 1

JOPPICH, Johann Samuel farmer Light Pass, died 10/12/1860 intestate. Husband of Johanne Eleonore Joppich. Eldest son, Ernst Joppich born 8/6/1844 and baptised 16/6/1844 places not mentioned, inherited real estate as heir at law Application 7060

JOPPICH, Johanne Eleonore widow Nuriootpa 1865 Application 6922

No 2 - Johann Samuel Joppich

JOPPICH, Samuel and Gottlieb farmers Light Pass 1852[-1860] Memorial 263/41, Application 1478

JOPPICH, Samuel farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 109/139

JOPPICH, Johann Traugott Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 506 County Frome

JOERGENSEN/JORGENSEN/JÖRGENSEN, Christian Emanuel farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882[-1883] Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JORASLAFSKY/JORASLASSKY, Franz Anton farmer Willunga 1851[-1853] Memorial 419/30

JORASLAFSKI, Franz Anton farmer Willunga 1884 Memorial 232/362

JORASLAFSKY, Julius of Koolywurtie 1887 Memorial 238/382

JORDAN, Albert H mercer Broken Hill NSW linked with Mary Jordan widow Kooringa 1912 Memorial 235/466

JORDAN, Charles farmer Thebarton 1846[-1856] Memorial 500/6

JORDAN, Eliza [probably a] widow, remarried c1870 John THOMPSON who died c1883. Mrs Thompson remarried c1884 Thomas KEAYS who died c1887. Mrs Keays died 3/10/1905 Pt Adelaide. Mother of Harry Jordan labourer Royal Park; William Henry Jordan railway official Peterhead and Elizabeth Ann MARTIN nee Jordan wife of Frederick Horace Martin labourer Portland Estate; also George Thompson labourer Royal Park 1910 Memorial 100/480 & RPA Search 2674

JORDAN, ES farmer Penwortham 1894 Application 22625

No 1

JORDAN, Francis cabinetmaker Adelaide 1860 Memorial 232/163

JORDAN, Franz cabinetmaker Adelaide Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1869 Grant Book 58 Page 288 County Sturt

JORDAN, Harry labourer Pt Adelaide 1908 Memorial 5/460

No 1

JORDAN, Henry farmer Hurtle Vale 1855 Memorial 423/93

JORDAN, Henry farmer Hurtle Vale and his wife, Sarah Jordan, went to the Victorian diggings c1859. He died April 1859, leaving his wife a life interest in his real estate, Section 512 Survey B at Hurtle Vale. Following her death, the property to go equally to the children - Mary Jordan (later wife of Jeremiah DOWLING labourer Victor Harbor), Henry Jordan, Harriet Jordan (later wife of George JACKSON labourer Crafers). Mrs Sarah Jordan remarried to Evan JENKINS labourer Crafers. The family sold the Jordan land to Walter REYNELL gentleman Reynella, who had leased the property for some years 1879 Application 17548

No 2

JORDAN, Henry Wesleyan Minister Mt Barker 1854 Memorial 234/157

No 1

JORDAN, John farmer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1854[-1859] Memorial 159/78

JORDAN, John farmer Adelaide, power of attorney to Alfred BONNIN Esquire Adelaide, to recover a debt over land borrowed on mortgage from John MADERN carrier Adelaide, sell the land and manage his SA business affairs 4/12/1858 Deposit 38/1859

No 2

JORDAN, John labourer Kapunda 1858 Memorial 121/134

JORDAN, John labourer Kapunda 1862 Application 2838

No 3

JORDAN, John farmer near Stockport on the Gilbert Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 250 County Gawler

No 4

JORDAN, John yeoman Macclesfield 1863 Memorial 219/191

JORDAN, John [probably labourer Macclesfield] father of Patrick William labourer Bundaleer 1899 Memorial 167/437

JORDAN, John labourer Macclesfield, died 4/11/1902. Father of Annie Agnes PEAKE wife of William Augustine Peake storekeeper Mt Barker and Nellie MACFARLANE wife of James Andrew MacFarlane labourer Mt Barker Memorials 52 & 53/454

No 5

JORDAN, John farmer Tantanoola 1893 Memorial 244/418

JORDAN, John Dawson watchmaker Kooringa 1888 Memorial 67/410

JORDAN, Margaret widow Macclesfield, died 23/11/1946. Executors; Howard Ernest John BARTLETT labourer Macclesfield and Martin Joseph MANSER labourer Macclesfield to Bequest Edward BURNS Memorial 101/521

No 1

JORDAN, Mary widow Penwortham 1855 Memorial 274/84

No 2

JORDAN, Mary widow Kooringa 1919 Memorial 82/478

No 1

JORDAN, Patrick farmer Carrieton linked with Susan Jordan widow Carrieton relict of the late Thomas Jordan of Carrieton 1890 Memorial 109/402

No 2

JORDAN, Patrick of Happy Valley 1896 Memorial 92/458

JORDAN, Patrick William labourer Bundaleer 1900 Memorial 64/440

JORDAN, Samuel farmer Penwortham 1856 Memorial 265/101

JORDAN, Susan spinster Eurelia 1887 Memorial 163/384

No 1

JORDAN, Thomas groom Adelaide 1862 Memorial 285/202

No 2

JORDAN, Thomas farmer near Edwardstown 1880[-1890] Memorial 202/325

No 3

JORDAN, Thomas farmer Yanyarrie and Carrieton, died 13/2/1885. He left estate to his mother, Susan Jordan, and brothers and sisters -Patrick Jordan, John Jordan, Joseph Jordan, Susan Jordan and Mrs M O'NEIL, and the RC Church at Carrieton. Estate worth £100 Memorials 67 & 121/403

JORDAN, Thomas Millington stockholder Adelaide 1874 Memorial 194/272, Application 13333

No 1

JORDAN, William watchmaker Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1853[-1855] Memorial 203/51

No 2

JORDAN, William saddler Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 141/318

No 1

JORDAN, William Edgar storekeeper Kooringa 1898[-1901] Memorial 182/434

JORDAN, William Edgar storekeeper formerly of Kooringa but now of Bowden on the Hill, and Mary Jordan his wife 1908 Memorial 95/459

JORDAN, William Henry railway official Peterhead 1920 Memorial 97/480

JORDAN, William Henry railway clerk Peterhead 1908, declared that he was 50 years old. He said that he was 4 years old when he went with his mother and sister to live at Caversham, Richard Tapley's home at Beverley. Mrs Jordan acted as Richard Tapley's housekeeper for 15 years until she remarried and her daughter continued to do the work after that. Richard Tapley treated the Jordans well and made them feel members of his family. WH Jordan used to plough the land and look after the Tapley horses. One of the Tapley neighbours was Captain MALCOLM Application 25467

No 1

JORGENSEN, Christian Seidler farmer Krondorf 1853[-1855] Memorial 120/53

JORGENSEN, Christian Seidler farmer near Tanunda 1854[-1857] Memorial 292/73

JORGENSEN/JÖRGENSEN, Christian Seidler farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Memorial 302/176

JORGENSEN/JÖRGENSEN, Christian Seidler farmer Greenock Creek, died 31/7/1864. Father of Christian Emanuel Jorgensen near Greenock Creek his heir at law 1868 Memorial 203/229

JORGENSEN, Fritz Peter accountant formerly of Semaphore but now of North Adelaide and Mary Jane Jorgensen his wife 1898 Memorial 33/435

JORY, William the Younger clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 52/411

No 1

JOSE, A married woman Callington 1911 Memorial 152/464

JOSE, Ann widow Callington on the Bremer relict of the late Robert Jose formerly miner Gilles St, Adelaide but now deceased 1915 Memorial 37/473

JOSE, AE wheelwright Hamilton on the Light 1901 Memorial 131/442

JOSE, Arthur publican Adelaide 1858 linked with William Jose farmer South Road Memorial 222/143

No 1

JOSE, Henry miner Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1851 Grant Book 1 Page 33 County Adelaide

JOSE, Henry miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 314/30

JOSE, Henry miner formerly of Kooringa but now residing in Victoria 1853 Memorial 11/60

No 1

JOSE, Jeremiah blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1878 Memorial 126/307

JOSE, Jeremiah blacksmith Hamilton 1906 Application 25103

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JOSE, Richard greengrocer Bowden 1871 Memorial 160/251

JOSE, Richard carrier Bowden 1882 Application 19271

JOSE, Richard carter Bowden, died c1904. Executors; John TINK greengrocer Brompton and Benjamin GOULD mercantile traveller Brompton Memorial 142/456

JOSE, Richard wood merchant Gibson St, Bowden, died 16/5/1905 Adelaide Hospital, of suicide through strychnine, aged 47 Application 25222

No 1

JOSE, Robert and William labourers Edwardstown 1854 Memorial 129/72

JOSE, Ann widow Adelaide 1853[-1854] [Probably mother of John, Robert and William Jose] Memorial 362/53

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

JOSE, Robert of Cape Jervis had an interest in BARRETT's Mine 1864[-1865] Memorial 50/200

JOSE, Sampson Mitchell and JOSE, Arthur farmers Edwardstown 1909 Application 25557

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JOSE, Thomas miner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 217/49

JOSE, Thomas farmer Chellaston 1869[-1872] Memorial 130/241

JOSE, Thomas farmer Edwardstown, died 18/9/1898. Father of Arthur and Sampson Mitchell Jose Memorial 177/438

JOSE, Mary Ann widow of the late Thomas Jose farmer Edwardstown (who had died 1898), died 30/7/1899, of morbus cordis and pulmonary embolism, aged 77 Application 25557

JOSE, Mary Ann widow of the late Thomas Jose farmer Edwardstown, died 30/7/1899, of morbus cordis and pulmonary embolism, aged 77. Her sons, Sampson Mitchell Jose formerly farmer Edwardstown now gardener Goodwood, and JOSE, Arthur formerly farmer now gardener Edwardstown 1922. A daughter, Julia HAINING formerly FYFFE nee JOSE widow 13 Musgrave, St, Goodwood, had the following children: Florence Hilda GRAY wife of Alfred Forsyth Gray mill forema Russell Tce, Woodville,; Mabel Beatrice Fyffe spinster Edwardstown; Henry Arthur Fyffe printer 36 Everard Ave, Keswick; Doris Muriel THURGARLAND wife of Charles Babington Thurgarland engineer's fitter Semaphore, and Winifred Jessie Haining spinster 13 Musgrave St, Goodwood 1922 Application 27178

JOSE, Thomas Chivell farmer Koolunga Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1881 Grant Book 55 Page 40 County Stanley

No 1

JOSE, William farmer South Road 1857 Memorial 203/128

JOSE, William farmer Edwardstown Co Adelaide Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 55 Page 189 County Stanley

JOSE, William farmer formerly of Edwardstown but now of the Broughton 1878 Memorial 65/308

JOSE, William Henry farmer Edwardstown Co Adelaide Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1882 Grant Book 55 Page 191 County Stanley

JOSE, Willie Clarence blacksmith Hamilton on the Light 1907[-1917] Memorial 65/457

No 1

JOSEPH, Louis draper Adelaide (Hindley St) 1845 Memorial 425/6

JOSEPH, Louis Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1856 Memorial 82/108

JOSEPH, Louis merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 205/163

JOSEPH, Louis formerly draper and merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) but then Esquire 3 Warrington Crescent, Maida Hill, Middlesex, England, died 22/5/1882. His only child, Julian Joseph, married Hattie AHPEL spinster 43 Brook St, Middlesex c1883, and died 28/6/1910. Mrs Hattie Joseph widow lived at Kensington Park Road, Kensington, Middlesex, England in 1921 Memorials 233/47 31/484

JOSEPH, Louis formerly draper and merchant Adelaide, late widower Esquire 3 Warrington Crescent Maida Hill, Middlesex, England, died 22/5/1882 intestate. Letters of administration to his son, Julian Joseph gentleman 6 Holland Park, Kensington, and of Oakwood Bexley, Kent and of 10 Draper's Garden, London. He died 28/6/1910, leaving his entire estate to his wife, Hattie Joseph, 34 Kensington Park Road, Kensington, London, England, absolutely Application 26453

JOSEPH, Louis Esquire 3 Maida Hill, Middlesex, England, formerly of Adelaide, died 22/5/1882. Executor Julian JOSEPH stock jobber, of the same address, appointed Henry Ayers Esquire Adelaide, to manage the SA estate 3/11/1882. Louis JOSEPH draper Adelaide, had already appointed Ayers his attorney on 28/11/1854 Deposit 292/1856

No 1

JOSEPHS, Joseph labourer Mt Torrens 1850 Memorial 233/21

JOSEPHS, Joseph farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 401/62

JOSHUA, Joshua engraver Adelaide (Freeman St) 1850 Memorial 134/26

No 1

JOSHUA, Michael merchant Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 86/44

JOSHUA, Michael merchant Adelaide linked with Joshua Michael Joshua and Moss Joshua general merchants and storekeepers Melbourne Vic 1865 Memorial 214/205

JOSHUA, Michael Esquire 9 Great Winchester St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Charles JACOBS gentleman Adelaide, to sell a Town Acre in Currie St, Adelaide, which said piece of ground and buildings are commonly called and known as Gilles Arcade 7/6/1877 Deposit 155/1877

JOSHUA, Michael Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of London, Middlesex, England 1881 Memorial 200/334

JOSHUA, Moss merchant Adelaide (Hindley St) 1849[-1853] Memorial 271/17

JOSKE, Alexander merchant Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 286/199

JOSLING, Alfred of Kooringa 1887 Memorial 95/388

JOSLING, David carpenter Gawler 1867 Memorial 17/222

No 1

JOUBERT, Jules Francois gentleman Adelaide and Florance Sarah Imlac Joubert his wife 1849[-1851] Memorial 71/19

JOUBERT, Jules Francois merchant Adelaide stayed at the Commercial Inn, Adelaide (James CLARK landlord), with Richard James TURNER miller Gawler, for some months until 5/2/1852, when both men sailed together for Melbourne with Captain Fell in the ship Reliance. Mr Joubert never returned to SA, but RJ Turner came back after spending some time in Melbourne, where he met JF Joubert on occasion. Turner’s statement 21/5/1853. JF Joubert merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide, had been inprisoned for debt in September 1851. William SAMSON and Frederic WICKSTEED’s application for him to repay a debt of £153/15/9, on 2/9/1851, which day he was also imprisoned. Application 3144

JOUBERT, Jules Francois merchant Grenfell St, Adelaide, became a bankrupt and committed to the Adelaide Gaol 28/8/1851, through failure to pay a debt of £143/19/- to William SAMSON and Frederic WICKSTEED. He left prison in September 1851 and stayed with Richard James TURNER miller Gawler in the Commercial Inn, Adelaide (Publican James CLARK) for some months when the two men left 5/2/1852 for Melbourne aboard the Reliance under Captain FELL. The vessel arrived Pt Phillip 15/2/1852 RJ TURNER saw Joubert several times in Melbourne, but the latter never returned to SA. The two men had been friends for about 18 months before travelling to Melbourne Application 14718

JOVELL, William Esquire Adelaide 1861 Memorial 44/173

JOWETT, Joseph of North Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 39/36

JOY, Andrew Alfred labourer Victor Harbor. Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1902 Grant Book 36 Page 93 County Hindmarsh

JOY, Charles bootmaker North Road. Purchased the Windmill Inn North Road 1851 Memorial 129/30

JOY, Elizabeth widow Mallala Co Gawler. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1881 Grant Book 60 Page 389 County Victoria

JOY, Henry coltbreaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 101/49

JOY, Thomas contractor Meningie. Hundred of Malcolm land grant 1898 Grant Book 54 Page 94 County Russell

No 1

JOY, William labourer Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 445/64

JOY, William labourer formerly of Hindmarsh 1851 but now of Dunolly Vic 1875 Application 14094

JOYCE, Edward farmer Hackham 1862 Memorial 301/182

No 1

JOYCE, Emmanuel farmer The Bremer 1856 Langhorne Creek Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 331/105

JOYCE, Emmanuel yeoman Littlehampton 1858 Memorial 227/132

No 1

JOYCE, Henry farmer Belalie about to marry Harriett COOPE widow East Auburn 1872 Memorial 247/270

JOYCE, Henry farmer Gumeracha Co Adelaide. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 121 County Victoria

No 1

JOYCE, James shoemaker Angaston 1848[-1854] Apparently a building called Franklin House erected on this land Pt Lot 83 and Lot 84 Memorial 361/11

No 2

JOYCE, James farmer near Tam O'Shanter Belt 1856 Memorial 122/106

No 1- likely to be the same person

JOYCE, Jane widow Kersbrook bought land in Gumeracha 1901 Memorial 58/444

JOYCE, Jane widow Gumeracha, died 14/1/1913. Estate worth £200. Sister to Elizabeth Joyce of Forest Range. Executor; Harry Wright NOSWORTHY district clerk Gumeracha Memorial 64/468

JOYCE, Jane widow Gumeracha, died 13/1/1913. She left her estate to her sister, Elizabeth Joyce married woman Forest Range 1913 Application 26210

JOYCE, John farmer Jamestown Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 542 County Frome

JOYCE, John Fuller stonemason Strathalbyn1862 Application 3540

No 1

JOYCE, John Lorimer hotelkeeper Ship Inn Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 158/398

JOYCE, John Lorimer licensed victualler Ship Inn Nelson St Pt Adelaide 1894[-1904] Memorial 242/422

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JOYCE, Joseph farmer Philp Town 1865 Memorial 116/202

JOYCE, Joseph and Thomas farmers Chain of Ponds 1866 Memorial 249/222

JOYCE, Joseph and Thomas farmers near Sandergrove 1867 Memorial 238/219

JOYCE, Joseph formerly farmer Philp Town but now gardener Chain of Ponds 1915 Memorial 106/473

JOYCE, Martin labourer Hackham 1858[-1861] Memorial 388/147

JOYCE, Michael farmer St John's near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 72/269

JOYCE, Patrick farmer Magill 1852 Memorial 405/39

No 1

JOYCE, Stephen farmer Strathalbyn 1856 Memorial 302/111

JOYCE, Stephen farmer Spring Valley near Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 247/136

JOYCE, Stephen farmer near Strathalbyn 1861 Application 2489.

JOYCE, Stephen farmer Strathalbyn trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Queens Own Town Queens Own Town (later Finniss Hundred of Kondoparinga) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 36 Page 472 County Hindmarsh

JOYCE, Stephen farmer formerly of Spring Valley 1855 now of near Strathalbyn [Could be the same address??] He could not write 1869 Application 10205

No 2

JOYCE, Stephen painter North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 372/94

JOYCE, Stephen painter North Adelaide (Kermode St) 1871 Memorial 57/254

JOYCE, Stephen the Elder painter North Adelaide 1875 Memorial 191/283

JOYCE, Susanna farmer Jamestown 1881 Memorial 108/336

No 1

JOYCE, Thomas in the Western Sources of the Torrens River by 1858. Linked with Henry Joyce no description 1858 Memorial 304/147

JOYCE, Thomas farmer Gumeracha 1865 Memorial 116/202

JOYCE, Thomas farmer Hundred of Wandearah. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Wandearah. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

JOYCE, Thomas farmer Yarcowie. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1882 Grant Book 60 Page 326 County Victoria

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

JOYCE, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1859 Memorial 286/152

JOYNER, Bertie Thomas retired company director Farrell St, Glenelg. His wife, Kate Joyner, died 16/5/1947. Trustees; Max Frederick Joyner solicitor Adelaide (17 Currie St) and Jane Elsie HAY married woman Lymington St, Glenelg Memorial 169/530

JOYNER, Edward Vaughan merchant Adelaide 1884 Application 20135

JOYNER, Edwin managing clerk Adelaide 1874 Memorial 127/273

No 1

JOYNER, FA articled clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 161/334

JOYNER, Frederick A articled clerk Adelaide 1882 Memorial 59/342

JOYNER, FA clerk Adelaide 1883 Memorial 220/349

JOYNER, FA solicitor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 12/445

JOYNER, William carpenter Goolwa 1856 Memorial 384/97

No 1

JUDD, Catherine widow Salisbury 1896[-1905] Memorial 243/428

JUDD, Catherine widow Salisbury, died c1908. Estate worth £3,500 Memorial 105/459

JUDD, Catherine widow Salisbury, died 23/1/1908. Her family included; George Judd farmer Salisbury, Henry Augustin Judd farmer Dublin, Elizabeth HEALY wife of George Healy farmer Kangaroo Flat and Mary Ann LUTT wife of William Lutt farmer Salisbury Memorial 22/460

JUDD, Catherine widow Salisbury, died 23/1/1908. She left a cottage on lot 11, corner of John St, Salisbury, to her son, George Judd farmer Salisbury. She also left a shop and cottage on lot 10 John St, Salisbury to her son, Henry Augustin JUDD farmer Dublin 1908 Applications 25523/25524

No 1

JUDD, Edwin storekeeper Salisbury 1876 Application 15417.

JUDD, Edwin storekeeper Salisbury 1882 Application 19418.

JUDD, Frank Thomas and Joseph Benjamin Judd farmers Smithfield 1927 Memorial 16/497

No 1

JUDD, George farmer Salisbury 1908 Memorial 128/459

JUDD, George farmer Salisbury 1916. A son of the late Catherine Judd widow Salisbury Application 26546

No 1

JUDD, James gentleman Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 22/361

JUDD, James watchmaker Broken Hill NSW [had links with Pt Adelaide] 1888 Memorial 222/394

No 1

JUDD, Jesse farmer near Salisbury 1868 Memorial 214/229

JUDD, Jesse farmer near Virginia 1875[-1880]  Memorial 103/285

JUDD, Jesse farmer near Dry Creek 1891 Memorial 208/407

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

JUDD, Joseph and Richard farmers Tusmore 1853 Para Plains land purchase Memorial 59/54

JUDD, Joseph farmer near Salisbury 1876[-1913] Memorial 173/288

JUDD, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1881 Application 18835

JUDD, Joseph farmer Smithfield 1882 Application 19203

JUDD, Joseph the Elder farmer Para Plains, died 16/8/1891. Father of Jane KESTER, Emily WHITE, Joseph Judd the Younger, Ann Judd, Thomas Henry Judd (farmer Salisbury), James Judd, and Jesse Judd Memorial 186/410

JUDD, Joseph farmer Para Plains near Salisbury, died 16/8/1891. His estate worth £500. Children mentioned in the will - James Judd, Jane KESTER, Emily WHITE, Joseph Judd, Ann Judd, Thomas Henry Judd, Jesse Judd. Generally, the sons inherited land and had to pay their sisters out. All the family shared equally in the sale of the estate not mentioned specifically in the will Application 27124

JUDD, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1899[-1910] Memorial 149/439

JUDD, Joseph farmer Salisbury Plains. Salisbury Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 245/465

JUDD, Joseph farmer Salisbury Plains 1913 Application 26223

JUDD, Joseph Benjamin of 19 Barker Rd, Prospect 1963, declared that he had been born on 6/8/1886 Application 29514

No 1

JUDD, Richard farmer Little Para 1857[-1860] Memorial 104/128

JUDD, Richard farmer Para Plains 1865 Memorial 94/204

JUDD, Richard farmer Little Para 1869 Memorial 245/238

JUDD, Richard farmer Salisbury 1882 Application 19203

JUDD, Richard farmer Salisbury, died 11/8/1893. Husband of Catherine Judd Memorial 203/418

No 1

JUDD, Robert farmer Salisbury 1899[-1919] Memorial 140/439

JUDD, Robert farmer Salisbury 1920 Application 26865

No 1

JUDD, William farmer Pt Gawler 1861 Memorial 273/172

JUDD, William farmer Pt Gawler 1867 Application 8510

No 1

JUDE, John contractor Adelaide 1882[-1885] Memorial 116/345

JUDE, John builder Adelaide 1886 Memorial 16/378

JUDE, John contractor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 194 County Not named

JUDE, John contractor Norwood, about to proceed to parts beyond the sea, power of attorney to John FITZPATRICK plumber Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 16/5/1893 Deposit 52/1893

JUDE, John contractor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

JUDE, Ethel A spinster High St, Glenelg, aged 49 in 1927, declared that she was a daughter of John and Mary Jude. Her parents leased the home from the trustees of the Estate of Mrs Mary Langman from 10/11/1912, until JW Pratton purchased the property, when Mrs Jude continued to lease the property from him from March 1926 Application 27500

No 1

JUDELL, Julius Victor of Perth WA linked with Ada Beryl Judell spinster and Theodora Judell widow both of Glenelg 1902 Memorial 150/446

JUDELL, Julius Victor accountant Perth WA linked with Ilma Muriel Judell spinster Glenelg 1906 Memorial 146/454

No 1

JUDELL, Leopold storekeeper Orroroo trustee Orroroo Institute 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 138 County Dalhousie

JUDELL, Leopold storekeeper Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

JUDELL, Leopold and Moritz Wolff storekeepers Orroroo trading under the style or firm of Judell Brothers 1882 Memorial 84/338

JUDELL, Leopold merchant Orroroo linked with Moritz Wolff Judell merchant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 35/344

JUDELL Brothers storekeepers Riverton 1886 Application 20863

JUDELL, Leopold and Moritz Wolff importers Adelaide 1887 Memorial 188/381

JUDELL, Leopold storekeeper Orroroo 1891[-1898] Memorial 34/408

No 1

JUDELL, Moritz Wolff merchant Adelaide 1883 Memorial 16/348

JUDELL, Moritz Wolff merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) Bankruptcy 12/4/1887 Enrolment 24/54

JUDELL, Moritz Wolff importer Adelaide 1888 Memorial 31/396

JUDELL, Moritz Wolff storekeeper Jamestown 1875 Memorial 215/288

JUDELL, Rebecca married woman Orroroo 1891 Memorial 228/407

No 1

JUDGE, Margaret schoolmistress Pt Lincoln 1863 Memorial 297/193

JUDGE, Margaret spinster schoolmistress formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Adelaide 1874 Application 13920

JUDSON, John Henry surgeon formerly of Ware, Herts, but now of Grace Hill, Henley, Oxon, England, died 11/8/1849, of cancer, aged 77. He left his consumable personal estate to his wife, Mary Ann Judson, absolutely, and fixtures to her for life, then equally to their children, Charles Bower Judson and Mary Ann Judson. His money and real estate to go to his wife for her lifetime, except for land grant Section 503 Survey C near Adelaide, which his two granddaughters, Ellen Grace Judson and Agnes Flora Judson, as tenants-in-common. Ellen Grace Judson minor of Parker’s Place, Cambridge, Co Cambridge, England married Joseph WENTWORTH Junr auctioneer Hill’s Road, Cambridge (Father: Joseph Wentworth) on 10/7/1855, St Andrew the Less, Cambridge. Witnesses: Edward KNOWLES, Agnes Flora Judson, and Martha Wentworth. Agnes Flora Judson minor Trellick Tce, Pimlico, Middlesex, married Robert ASHLING bachelor brewer Trellick Tce, Pimlico (Father: William Ashling) on 27/12/1855. Witnesses: Joseph Wentworth, Jane Judson and Margaret Eleanor Ashling. Ellen Grace Wentworth wife of Joseph Wentworth 23 St Andrew’s St, Cambridge, died 28/9/1874, of liver disease, aged 38. In 1858, the Ashlings sold their moiety in Section 503 to Joseph Wentworth. Joseph Wentworth Junr became a bankrupt 14/5/1878. She left her real estate in Adelaide and Ware (an inheritance from her grandmother, Mary Ann Judson) to her husband, who appointed Richard Bowen COLLEY to be his local SA attorney in 1862. From 1875, Richard Nevile Colley took over as local attorney. In the clean up after the Wentworth bankruptcy, Charles Andrew MITCHELMORE farmer McLaren Vale bought Section 503 in 1882 1882 Application 18993

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857[-1858] Memorial 60/118

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1858 Memorial 56/141

No 1

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann Carl George medical practitioner Pt Adelaide 1907 Memorial 165/456

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann Carl George medical practitioner Pt Adelaide and Harriet Jürs his wife 1908 Application 25526

No 1

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann mason Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann Heinrich mason Hahndorf 1860 Memorial 17/162

No 1

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann Joachim Heinrich farmer the Onkaparinga near Woodside 1852 Memorial 242/45

JUERS/JURS/JÜRS, Johann Joachim Heinrich of Lobethal 1864 Memorial 179/198

JUERS, Henrich Johann Joachim farmer Lobethal - appointed trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church at a congregational meeting held 19/5/1867 Application 8586

No 1

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, Franz tanner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 412/23

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, Franz farmer Tanunda 1854[-1858] Memorial 43/70

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, Franz tanner Tanunda 1874 Memorial 241/277

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, Franz of Tanunda, died c1890. Father of Johann Eduard Juttner, Franz Julius Eduard Juttner, Juliana Emma Juttner 'faithful services and good nursing during my illness', Wilhelmine Ida SPORN and Rosalie Hulda grosser Memorial 92/407

No 1

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, Harold G clerk Adelaide 1908 Memorial 14/460

JUETTNER/JUTTNER/JÜTTNER, HG broker's clerk Adelaide 1914 Memorial 157/472

JUKES, Edwin accountant Adelaide 1925 Memorial 77/494

No 1

JULIAN, Hannibal storekeeper Kooringa 1860 Memorial 149/162

JULIAN, Hannibal storkeeper Kooringa became a bankrupt in 1860 Memorial 227/168

JULIAN, James storekeeper Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1878 Grant Book 14 Page 233 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JULIAN, John sawyer Aberdeen 1851 Application 18071

JULIAN, John of Newton near Kadina 1874 Memorial 185/272

JUNCKEN, Hermann Wilhelm Conrad clerk North Adelaide changed his name to Coningsby JENKINS 1921 Memorial 23/484

JUNES, William farmer Chain of Ponds 1842 Memorial 308/59

JUNG, Auguste farmer Yorketown 1911 Memorial 84/465

No 1

JUNG, Friedrich farmer Lyndoch Valley 1856[-1861] Memorial 235/107

JUNG, Friedrich farmer near Williamstown Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1881[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

JUNG, Friedrich farmer formerly of Lyndoch Valley 1858 but now of Yorketown 1878 Application 16886

JUNG, Hermann Ernst Arnold storekeeper Nairne 1858 Memorial 1/140

No 1

JUNG, Johann Wilhelm August farmer Moorowie Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 36 County Fergusson

JUNG, Johann Wilhelm August farmer and pastoralist Yorketown 1912 Memorial 169/466

JUNG, Johann Wilhelm August farmer Yorketown 1921 Application 26949

JUNGE, Friedrich Ernst farmer Parrakie Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 127 County Chandos

No 1

JUNGE, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer near Eudunda 1879 Grant Book 17 Page 167 County Eyre

JUNGE, Heinrich labourer near Eudunda 1881 Grant Book 17 Page 169 County Eyre

JUNGE, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Schomburgk and Louise Auguste Junge his wife 1886 Memorial 222/375

JUNGFER, CT out of business Mintaro 1909 Application 25631

JUNGFER, Gordon Arthur foreman Pt Lincoln 1948 Memorial 31/523

JUNGFER, H clerk Angaston 1887 Memorial 95/382

JUNGFER, Rudolph labourer Moculta 1916 Memorial 133/474

JUNIS, William labourer Rosewater 1862 Memorial 226/186

No 1

JUPP, Edward of Adelaide 1852 Memorial 50/39

No 2

JUPP, Edward farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

No 1

JUPP, George builder Norwood 1881 Application 18627

JUPP, George mason Norwood 1884 Application 20108

No 1 - Likely to be the same person

JURECKY, August farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 1/45

JURECKY, Carl August farmer Light Pass 1854[-1861] Memorial 18/68

JURECKY, Carl August farmer Hundred of Anna 1883 Memorial 116/348

JURECKY, Carl Gottlieb machinist Sheaoak Log 1893[-1906] Memorial 130/417, Application 25122

No 1

JUREIT, Johann August licensed victualler Adelaide (Europe Hotel Grenfell St) 1868[-1874] Memorial 18/234

No 1

JUREIT, Johann Heinrich Christian licensed victualler Adelaide (likely Europe Hotel Grenfell St) 1869[-1874] Memorial 67/277

JUREIT, Johann Heinrich Christian licensed victualler Adelaide (Devon Arms Hanson St) 1881[-1882] Memorial 97/341

JURY, Caroline widow Woodforde near Magill 1871 Memorial 229/256

No 1

JURY, Edward farmer Plympton 1849 Memorial 481/14

JURY, Edward gardener Plympton, died c 1893. Bequests to Mary Jane Jury no description, and Henry and John Jury gardeners Plympton Memorial 103/417

No 2

JURY, Edward farmer Payneham 1857[-1887] Enrolment 78/39

JURY, George Alfred warehouseman New Glenelg 1902 Memorial 2/446

No 1

JURY, George Arthur accountant Adelaide 1882 Memorial 34/345

JURY, George Arthur of the firm of G & R WILLS of Adelaide 1893 Memorial 128/416

JURY, George Arthur merchant Adelaide 1894[-1906] Memorial 52/420, Application 24255

JURY, Henry market gardener Plympton, died 1/10/1903 Adelaide Hospital, of hepatic cirrhosis, aged 48. A bachelor, he lived with his sister, Mary Jane GRIMWOOD wife of Charles Grimwood bricklayer Glenelg, for all of his life. Possibly also a brother to John Jury labourer Plympton, who could not write 1906 Application 25332

No 1

JURY, Jabez Hector gardener Paradise 1912 Application 26139.

JURY, Jabez Hector gardener Paradise 1923, declared that he had lived in the area for at least 50 years Application 27150

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

JURY, James the Elder yeoman Adelaide 1841 Labourer Adelaide 1843 He eventually settled on land at St Bernards Application 22415

JURY, James farmer St Bernards 1848[-1882] Memorial 138/13

JURY, James farmer St Bernards linked with William Jury farmer East Payneham 1852 Memorial 468/41

JURY, James farmer St Bernards near Magill 1869[-1882] Memorial 19/241

JURY, James farmer St Bernards 1881 Application 18882

JURY, James the Elder died c1877, leaving his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Jury, in trust for life. The estate then had to be sold within a year of her death and distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant. His daughter Harriet Jury to get £50, his daughter Louisa Fanny Jury to get £100. James Jury the Younger and Mark Jury farmers St Bernards, sons of James Jury the Elder, to share the remainder of the estate, provided Mark Jury got £420 more than his brother James Jury the Younger. The brothers agreed between themselves not to sell their father's land, but to divide it up between them in a certain manner 1892 Application 22415

JURY, Sarah wife of James Jury Senr farmer St Bernards, died 15/8/1879, of fatal syncope , the result of debility and old age, aged 76 Application 22415

JURY, James the Younger gardener Magill 1883[-1890] Memorial 86/347

No 1

JURY, John labourer Section 276 near Magill 1851[-1855] Memorial 24/32

JURY, John farmer East Payneham 1855[-1856] Memorial 301/79

JURY, John farmer Magill married Caroline WHAYPOOL at St George Woodforde on 14/3/1853. Two sons and five daughters born to the marriage. Joseph John Jury, born 8/6/1856 and Godfrey William Jury born 16/7/1858. John Jury died 13/3/1862 intestate. Estate worth £60. His heir at law, Joseph John Jury out of business Magill, died 15/7/1889 intestate and a bachelor. Estate worth £60. Mrs John Jury administered both estates; by this time she had become Mrs ADAMS. Thomas GILBERT out of business Payneham, a close friend of John Jury Senr, gave much of the above information 1898 Application 23074

No 2

JURY, John stone mason Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1869 Memorial 74/244

JURY, John mason formerly of Adelaide (Wakefield St) 1869 but now of Norwood (Orange St) 1872 Application 12076

JURY, Mark linked with land at Finchley 1869 Memorial 55/250

No 1

JURY, Robert Hartup tailor Adelaide 1851[-1853] Memorial 313/35

JURY, Robert Hartup gentleman Kensington 1853 Memorial 210/49

JURY, Sarah widow Payneham 1850[-1856] Memorial 319/24

JURY, Thomas farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace land grant 1876 Grant Book 27 Page 65 County Gawler

No 1

JURY, William farmer Section 107 Survey B 1853[-1854] Memorial 356/48

JURY, William farmer Plympton 1853[-1854] Memorial 256/49

JURY, Mary Webster formerly MW WILKINSON spinster was the wife of William Jury labourer Plympton and probably a sister to Martha Ashton Wilkinson spinster Athelstone 1859 Memorial 274/149

No 2 - likely the Elder; or was this one person?

JURY, William farmer East Payneham 1852 Memorial 468/41

JURY, William labourer East Payneham, died 23/4/1866. His executors and trustees, James Jury the Younger and Mark Jury farmers St Bernards near Magill, to sell his real estate and divide the proceeds equally amongst his daughters, Sarah GILBERT, Louisa BRIDGLAND and his daughter-in-law, Caroline Jury, widow of his deceased son (name not mentioned) Application 7732

No 3 - likely the Younger; or a continuation of No 1

JURY, William labourer East Payneham 1853[-1854] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 197/67

JURY, William farmer Grace Plains 1876[-1891] Memorial 43/288

JURY, William farmer Grace Plains near Mallala 1880 Memorial 71/320

No 1

JURY, William Edward labourer Payneham 1851[-1861] Memorial 431/32

JURY, William Edward miner Hectorville 1875 Memorial 50/282

JURY, William Edward gardener Hectorville 1882[-1887] Memorial 248/340

JURY, William Edward gardener Hectorville and Mary Stevens Jury his wife 1887 Application 21164

JURY, William Edward Pederick farmer near Kilkerran 1885 Memorial 136/372

JURY, William James Member of the RAAF 27 Holbrook Rd, Underdale 1945 Application 28398

No 1

JURY, William John miner Adelaide 1845 .He bought land in Payneham Memorial 138/5

JURY, William John miner Adelaide, died 6/2/1847. Father of William Edward Jury labourer Payneham, his eldest son and heir at law 1851 Memorial 431/32

JURY, Sally widow of the late William Jury miner formerly of the Montacute Mine now deceased, had land in Payneham settled on her in trust for life, and then to her children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. John BAKER Esquire Adelaide a trustee 1848 Memorial 147/11

JURY, Sally of Payneham widow of William John Jury of Montacute, died 9/11/1884 Payneham, of lung inflammation, aged 83. Her son William Edward Jury of Hectorville registered the death Application 20423

JUST, Carl Friedrich farmer Truro 1911. He declared that he had come to live in Truro in 1868 Application 26004

JUST, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Dawson Hundred of Coglin land grant 1900 Grant Book 34 Page 86 County Herbert

No 1 - perhaps the same person

JUST, Carl Heinrich farmer Hundred of Light 1861 Application 2234.

JUST, Carl Heinrich farmer near Kapunda 1863 Application 4389

JUST, Carl Heinrich farmer Bethel 1880 Application 18052

JUST, Carl Heinrich farmer Terowie 1887 Memorial 14/388

JUST, Elizabeth Ann and John Charles RUSHTON artists Adelaide (Rundle St) 1882 Memorial 157/341 JC Rushton left the partnership in 1884 Memorial 60/357 EA Rushton assigned her business premises to Townsend DURYEA photographer in 1884 Memorial 42/362

JUST, Gustav Adolph retired Truro, aged 81 in 1964, declared that he had lived in Truro since 1911 Application 29543

JUST, Heinrich and Wilhelm farmers near the Light Scrub [at Kapunda] 1868 Application 9456

No 1

JUST, Heinrich Christian butcher North Adelaide (O'Connell St) 1881[-1902] Memorials 156/331,107/445

JUST, Heinrich butcher North Adelaide 1903 Application 24566

No 1 - likely to be the same person

JUST, John C agent The Exchange Adelaide 1887 Memorial 173/383

JUST, John C valuator Adelaide 1894[-1899] Memorial 93/423

No 1

JUST, John Thain merchant Adelaide 1853 Memorial 272/58

JUST, John Thain merchant Adelaide, died 21/4/1854 Application 24068

JUST, Marion Ann teacher Norwood 1873 Application 12521

JUST, Wilhelm farmer Bethel near Kapunda and Friedericke Christiane Henriette Just his wife 1869 Memorial 54/240

JUST, William and Henry butchers Adelaide (Gouger St) trading together under the style or firm of W & H Just 1907 Memorial 246/456

JUSTICE, Ferdinand labourer Portland Estate 1874[-1913] Memorial 229/276, Application 26208

JUSTIN, Richard Ewin and William Henry of Dingabledinga 1905 Memorial 123/453