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The following information was extracted basically 'as is' from Reg Butler's (Hahndorf Historian) unpublished computer working files as at c2014.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

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Pa* to Per*

Pes* to Py*

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Ra* - Roa*

Rob* - Rz*

Sa* - Sc*

Se*- Sl*

Sm* - Sq*

St* - Sy*

Ta* to Thr*

Thu* to Ty*

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Wa* - Wee*

Weg* - Will*

Wilm*- Wy*

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

Names Beginning  'K*'

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KABELITZ, Johann Andreas farmer North Para River 1856 Memorial 291/104

KABELITZ, Johann Andreas farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856[-1856] Memorial 3/103

KABELITZ, Johann Andreas farmer Rosenthal on the North Para 1860[-1891] Memorial 146/164

KABELITZ, Johann Andreas mason Rosenthal, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Georg Neindorf farmer Daveyston, to gradually sell his real estate in SA 5/2/1876 Deposit 28/1876

KABITZ, Eduard clerk Mannum 1887[-1888] Memorial 154/383

KADOW, Christian shoemaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 300/46

No 1

KADOW, Heinrich shoemaker Adelaide 1851 Memorial 208/29

KADOW, Johann Heinrich Christian shoemaker Adelaide 1852[-1854] Memorial 399/42

KADOW, Heinrich storekeeper Adelaide (Hindley St) and Johanna Kadow his wife 1864 Memorial 19/289

KADOW, Johanna widow Stepney 1877, relict of the late Johann Heinrich Christian Kadow formerly shoemaker Stepney 1862 Application 15908

KAEDING/KADING/KÄDING, Friedrich Wilhelm storekeeper Bower Hundred of Bower land grant as a site for a carpenter’s shop 1899[-1909] Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

KAEHNE/KÄHNE, Ferdinand wheelwright Rosenthal 1861 Memorial 31/179 Farmer Rosenthal 1864 Memorial 207/194

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Conrad Ben farmer formerly of Minippa but now of Lyndoch 1956 Memorial 76/531

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Gottlob of Nuriootpa, died 1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanne Dorothea Karger Memorial 162/278

No 1

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Herman John trolley driver Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 89/467

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Hermann Johann trolley driver and miner Broken Hill NSW 1928 Application 27706

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Johann Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1870 Memorial 244/247

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Johann Gottlieb farmer North Rhine 1861 Memorial 319/173

No 1 – wife and daughter of Fritz Kaerger

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Marie Louise Emma married woman Eurelia 1913 Book 13 Page 289 County Dalhousie

KAERGER/KARGER/KÄRGER, Elvera Dorothea spinster Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1936 Grant Book 13 Page 387 County Dalhousie

KAESKE, Erdmann Johanne Paul farmer Sedan Co Eyre 1881 Memorial 185/333

KAESKE/KASKE/KÄSKE, Hermon Hamilton carpenter Tea Tree Gully 1935 Memorial 47/509

No 1

KAESKE/KASKE/KÄSKE, Martin carpenter Tea Tree Gully and Anna Maria Kaeske his wife 1898 Memorial 3/434

KAESKE, Martin carpenter Tea Tree Gully, died 19/10/1926. His widow, Anna Maria Kaeske, died 4/4/1943. Probably parents of Friedrich Kaeske carpenter Tea Tree Gully Memorial 129/518

No 1

KAESLER/KÄSLER, Erdmann Johannes Paul farmer Sedan 1882[-1898] Memorial 153/344

KAESLER, Erdmann Johannes Paul trustee of the Zion Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church pt Sections 40 & 45 Hundred of Bagot 1888 Memorial 101/393

No 1

KAESLER, Paul Daniel farmer Langmeil 1876 Memorial 215/307

KAESLER, Paul Daniel farmer Langmeil. Lake Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission trustee 1885 Memorial 153/378

KAETHNER/KATHNER/KÄTHNER, Eleonore widow Lobethal 1850 Memorial 240/26

KAETHNER/KATHNER/KÄTHNER, Johann Hermann labourer Lobethal 1864 . Linked with Johanne Eleonore Kaethner widow Lobethal relict of Johann Gottlieb Käthner teacher deceased. She could not write Application 4819

KAETHNER/KATHNER/KÄTHNER, Johannes labourer Adelaide 1877, son of the late Eleonore Kaethner widow Lobethal Application 16179

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAHL, Franz tailor Adelaide 1853 Memorial 403/56

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm Carl ostler Adelaide Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1857[-1858] Grant Book 44 Page 316 County Light

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm Carl manservant King of Hanover Hotel, Adelaide (Rundle St) 1858 Memorial 307/139

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm Carl farmer near Steelton on the Dirty Light Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1863 Grant Book 44 Page 317 County Light

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm farmer Waterloo 1881 Application 18606

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm Carl farmer Waterloo 1890 Memorial 157/406

KAHL, Franz Wilhelm Carl farmer formerly of Adelaide now of Waterloo 1898 Application 23680

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAHL, Joachim wheelwright Angas Park 1855[-1859] Memorial 52/86

KAHL, Joachim farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1856 Memorial 5/118

KAHL, Joachim farmer North Para River 1857 Memorial 350/125

KAHL, Joachim farmer Rosenthal 1874 Memorial 129/274

KAHL, Wilhelm farmer Neu Mecklenburg 1874 Memorial 130/272

KAHLBAUM, Carl miller Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 40/421

KAHLBAUM, Wilhelm Adolph miller Angaston 1924 Application 27267

KAHLE, Carl Gottlieb farmer Hahndorf 1849 Memorial 319/18

KAIBEL, Sophus Ludwig Carl mercantile clerk King's Park changed his name to Stanley Charles KAY. Born 27/7/1884 Appila, a son of Ludwig Kaibel and Laura Antoinette Luise Kaibel nee VON BERTOUCH Memorial 110/475

KAIN, Coleman farmer Blumberg 1875 Application 14129

No 1

KAIN, John auctioneer Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 280/38

KAIN, John general dealer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 156/46

No 2

KAIN/KEAN, John farmer Little Dublin near Mt Barker 1852 Memorial 304/41

KAIN, John farmer Mt Barker 1853 Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 346/155

KAIN, John farmer Little Dublin near Mt Barker 1855[-1865] Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant Memorial 191/124

KAIN, John farmer Little Dublin Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1860 Grant Book 57 Page 104 County Sturt

KAIN, John farmer Little Dublin 1875 Memorial 165/283

KAIN, John farmer Little Dublin, died c1885. Husband of Mary Kain. Father of Elizabeth BROWN wife of James Brown farmer near Nairne, Susan RYDER wife of John Ryder farmer near Nairne, and Catherine Kain spinster near Nairne 1885 Application 20722

KAIN, John farmer near Nairne 1860 Application 1541

KAIN, John and Thomas farmers Native Valley 1864 Memorial 307/195

No 3

KAIN, John farmer Salisbury 1856 Memorial 470/100

KAIN, John labourer Little Para 1861 Memorial 233/177

KAIN, John farmer near Virginia 1866 Application 7024

KAIN, John farmer near Virginia 1866[-1881] Memorial 51/215

KAIN, John farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 237 County Daly

KAIN, John farmer Warnertown 1882 Memorial 132/346

No 1 - Likely to be the same person

KAIN, Martin farmer Cry Creek near Woodside 1856 Hundred of Monarto land grant Memorial 37/102

KAIN, Martin farmer Cry Creek near Nairne 1856 Memorial 205/103

KAIN, Martin farmer Cox Creek 1883 Memorial 249/353

KAIN [CANE], Martin farmer Cox Creek 1883 Application 19965

No 1

KAIN, Matthew farmer Virginia Hundred of Kadina land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 238 County Daly

KAIN, Matthew farmer Warnertown Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 421 County Daly

KAIN, Michael farmer near Mt Gambier Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1877[-1885] Grant Book 31 Page 222 County Grey

No 1

KAIN, Michael Francis farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 238 County Daly

KAIN, Michael Francis farmer Warnertown 1882[-1889] Application 19003, Memorial 43/399

KAIN, Michael Francis of Pt Pirie 1894 Memorial 20/423

KAIN, Michael Francis farmer Warnertown. Trustee Institute Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1901[-1902] Grant Book 60 Page 417 & 418 County Victoria

No 1

KAIN, Patrick farmer Walloway 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

No 2

KAIN, Patrick labourer Macclesfield 1897 Application 23457

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2

KAIN, Patrick farmer Tungkillo, died 30/6/1946 Mt Pleasant. Husband of Catherine Kain. Father of John Valentine Kain and Patrick Francis Kain Memorial 162/521

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAIN, Patrick John farmer Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1877[-1880] Grant Book 14 Page 132 County Daly

KAIN, Patrick John farmer Kainton Hundred of Cunningham land grant 1882[-1886] Grant Book 19 Page 283 County Fergusson

KAIN, Patrick John farmer Kainton 1885 Memorial 101/364

KAIN, Patrick John farmer Kainton 1886 Memorial 21/380

KAIN, Patrick John farmer Kainton Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1886 Grant Book 14 Page 422 County Daly

KAINS, PJ of Greens Plains sold his share in the Orlando Mine to the Orlando Mine Co 1872 Memorial 99/263

KAIN, Patrick John licensed victualler formerly of Virginia but now of Greens Plains 1887 Memorial 210/385

KAIN, Patrick Mark linked with Section 11 Hundred of Mayurra Co Grey 1896[-1901] Memorial 165/427

No 1

KAIN, Thomas labourer Willunga 1869 Memorial 240/242

KAIN, Thomas dairyman Willunga, died 24/9/1903. Estate worth £225. Executors; Charles LIPSON builder Willunga, Burnell SHAW packer Adelaide Memorial 32/450

KAIN, Thomas no description died 24/9/1903. His widow, Celia Kain , died 11/6/1911, of senile decay and syncope, aged 85. Born in Ireland, she had been 56 years in SA. Married aged 26 years 2 sons and 2 daughters living; 1 son deceased Application 28439

No 2

KAIN, Thomas the Younger farmer near Nairne Co Sturt. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 226 County Dalhousie

No 3

KAIN, Thomas the Elder farmer Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1889 Memorial 39/398

No 1

KAINES, John Henry wine and spirit merchant Adelaide 1855[-1868] Memorial 195/100

KAINES, John Henry merchant Adelaide (King William St) 1869 Memorial 209/285

KAINES, John Henry wine merchant Adelaide (Currie St) 1878 Memorial 150/415

KAINES, John Henry merchant and Norman Edward Thomas Kaines gentleman both of Halton Brook near Adelaide 1881 Memorial 137/334

KAINES, John Henry gentleman Kensington Park 1888 Application 21395

No 1

KAINS, James Joseph storekeeper Crystal Brook. Jamestown (Hundred of Belalie) township allotment land grant 1873[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 137 County Victoria

KAINS, James Joseph storekeeper Crystal Brook. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1874[-1875] Grant Book 60 Page 181 County Victoria

KAINS, Mary Ann storekeeper Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 440 County Victoria

KAINS, James Joseph farmer Telowie. Hundred of Telowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 776 County Frome

KAINS, William farmer Dry Creek 1853 Memorial 499/49

No 1

KAIRL, Abel farmer Wilmington linked with George Kairl farmer Pinda 1884 Memorial 39/363

KAIRL, Bertha Maria Dorothea widow Wilmington relict of the late Abel Kairl formerly farmer Wilmington now deceased 1899 Memorial 133/438

No 1

KAIRL, George of Pinda. Abel Kairl mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 57/406

KAIRL, George farmer Pinda 1891 Memorial 188/409

KAIRL, George farmer Pinda, had died by 1901 Memorial 89/443 

KAISER, August labourer Stepney 1856[-1872] Memorial 303/98

KAISER, Carl Heinrich labourer Kensington 1851 Memorial 379/38

KAISER, Henry farmer Woodside 1892 Memorial 185/413

KAISER, Johann Samuel Carl shoemaker Nuriootpa 1864 Memorial 348/195

No 1

KAISER, William Martin farmer Tyeka One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1937[-1953] Memorial 66/511

KAISER, William Martin dairy farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 16/8/1953 Gawler. Husband of Florence Amy Kaiser. Father of Charles Clement Kaiser and Howard Eric Kaiser Memorial 178/530

No 1

KAKOSCHKE, Ernest Walter Frederick labourer Redruth near Kooringa 1919 Memorial 98/478

KAKOSCHKE, Ernst Walter Friedrich labourer Redruth linked with Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Kakoschke labourer Aberdeen both near Kooringa 1919 Memorial 79/479

KAKOSCHKE, Glanville Gasville shearer Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen) 1950 Memorial 62/525

No 1

KAKOSCHKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm labourer Aberdeen 1935 Application 27966

KAKOSCHKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm carrier Aberdeen near Kooringa 1940 Memorial 88/514

KAKOSCHKE, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm grazier and carier Burra North (formerly called Aberdeen), died 26/4/1946 Adelaide. Husband of Mary Hannah Jane Kakoschke Memorial 70/522

KAKOSCHKE, Johan Gustav Hermann farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 16 County Chandos

KAKOSCHKE, Rose married woman Redruth near Kooringa 1915[-1917] Memorial 45/472

KALISCH, Wilhelm farmer Bethanien 1857 Memorial 338/114

KALKUTSCHKE, Gottlieb farmer near Mt Charles 1859 Memorial 287/152

KALKWITZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Hallett Valley near Tanunda 1858 Memorial 41/139

KALLAENE, Johann Christian labourer Tanunda 1857[-1859] Memorial 333/127

KALLAWAY, William miner Kooringa 1859 Memorial 320/148

No 1

KALLESKE, Eduard and GRAMP, Johann farmers Hope Valley 1846. Farmed in partnership apparently Memorial 451/6

KALLESKE, Eduard farmer Rowlands Flat 1853 Memorial 65/65

KALLESKE, Eduard farmer Barossa 1855 Memorial 411/97

KALLESKE, Eduard farmer Rowlands Flat 1855 Hundred of Belvidere land grant Memorial 324/105

KALLESKE, Eduard farmer formerly of Rowlands Flat but now of Greenock Creek 1859 Memorial 120/157

KALLESKE, Eduard farmer formerly The Moppa now Nuriootpa 1885. His son, Heinrich August Kalleske, farmed at The Moppa Application 20721

No 1

KALLESKE, Johann George farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 314/62

KALLESKE, Johann George formerly of Braetz in Posen but then of Lobethal, died c 1854. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanne Dorothea nee GEYER Memorial 275/107

KALLINCOS, Peter cafe proprietor Adelaide (134a Rundle St) 1953 Application 29020

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KALMS, Friedrich Edmund farmer Kingsford near Gawler 1874 Memorial 98/275

KALMS, Friedrich Erdmann farmer Kingsford near Gawler 1881 Memorial 44/331

KALMS, Friedrich Erdmann of the Hundred of English 1885 Memorial 91/368

KALMS, Friedrich Erdmann farmer Australia Plains 1889[-1890] Memorial 124/397

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KALMS, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1853 Memorial 261/59

KALMS, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Mt Gambier 1863[-1864] Memorial 18/191

KALMS, Johann Gottlob farmer formerly of Mt Gambier but now of Albury NSW 1869 Memorial 168/246

KAMENZ, Wilhelm mason Klemzig Hundred of Dublin land grant 1878[-1886] Grant Book 26 Page 340 County Gawler

KAMES, A Leo of Narracoorte 1891 Memorial 42/410

KAMM, JO storekeeper Eudunda 1916 Memorial 68/514

KAMM, Wilhelm Theodor of Eudunda Co Eyre. Hundred of King land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 93 County Burra

KAMMERMANN, Ulrich linked with Section 348 Hundred of English Co Eyre 1881 Memorial 169/331

KAMMERMANN, Ulrich farmer near Morgan 1893 Memorial 71/416

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KANAHAN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1840 Application 18503

KANAHIN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1840 He moved to Richard St, Hindmarsh Application 18955

KANAHIN, Hugh labourer Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 72/8

KANAHIN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 217/25

KANALIN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 217/25

KANAHAN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1879 Memorial 153/317

No 1

KANALEY, James farmer Ninnes 1898 Memorial 120/434

KANALEY, James farmer Ninnes. Hundred of Ninnes land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 297 County Daly

No 1

KANALEY, John farmer McLaren Vale 1866 Memorial 214/220

KANALEY, John farmer McLaren Vale, died 11/7/1890. Husband of Sarah Kanaley (died 4/8/1901). Father of John Kanaley farmer McLaren Vale (died between 21-24 May 1915 a bachelor; also Maria, Bridget, Jane, Ann and Eliza Kanaley spinsters McLaren Vale. William Kanaley farmer Kilkerran belonged to this family somehow. By 1916, W Kanaley was a farmer at Maitland Memorials 136 & 184/473, LTO Search 2203

KANALEY, John the Elder farmer McLaren Vale, died 11/7/1890. His widow, Sarah Kanaley, died 4/8/1901 McLaren Flat, of breast cancer and heart disease, aged 75. Their only child, John KANALEY the Younger labourer McLaren Flat, died between 21-24/5/1915, of exhaustion and exposure by the Onkaparinga River near Sea View Application 26492

No 1

KANALEY, Stephen farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

KANALEY, Stephen no description had died by 1893 intestate. Letters of administration to Agnes Kanaley widow Kilkerran Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

No 1

KANALEY, William farmer McLaren Vale Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

KANALEY, William farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 172 County Fergusson

KANAVAN, Patrick labourer Bowden 1880 He had arrived in SA c1854 and settled first in Thebarton Application 18136

No 1

KANE, Caroline spinster Adelaide (Franklin St) 1859[-1861] She lent out money on mortgage Memorial 3/172

KANE, Caroline spinster formerly of Franklin St, Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1864 Memorial 345/198

KANE, Edward dairyman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 348/31

No 1

KANE, James carter Willaston 1865 Memorial 247/205

KANE, James drover Gawler 1863 Memorial 9/238

Carter Gawler 1864 Memorial 10/238

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KANE, John wheelwright Dry Creek 1851 Memorial 447/43

KANE, John farmer Salisbury 1852[-1854] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant 1853 Memorial 257/54

KANE, Johanna widow Roseworthy 1866. She was probably the relict of the late John Kane wheelwright Dry Creek in 1851 Application 7929

KANE, Mary Ann 21 domestic Melbourne born Co Galway, Ireland (Parents: John Kane farmer and Johanna DUGGAN) married Robert DEVINE draper Melbourne Born Co Tyrone Ireland (Parents: Deele Devine butcher and Jane SIGERSAN) on 17/11/1862 St Francis RC Church Melbourne. Mrs Devine’s father John KANE farmer near Gawler had left her an allotment of land with a house in Salisbury SA by 1858. Her mother, Johanna Kane, apparently lived at Roseworthy, probably with her son, Thomas Kane, on Section 138 Hundred of Mudla Wirra. Mrs Kane also got a block of land in Salisbury. The widow Mary KAREW of Salisbury bought the Salisbury land from Mary Ann Devine. The Kanes were in SA by 1853, when John Kane was a Salisbury farmer Application 9104

KANE, John labourer Gawler South 1874 Application 13904

KANE, Robert William about to become manager of the Adelaide branch of the Bank of New Zealand 1889 Memorial 180/397

KANE, Thomas farmer Five Mile Plain near Gawler 1864. Likely to be related to John Kane farmer Salisbury 1855 Application 4902.

No 1

KANE, Thomas Edward licensed victualler Devonshire Hotel Mintaro 1881 Memorial 199/328

KANE, Thomas Edward licensed victualler Devonshire Hotel Mintaro assigned the remainder of his lease for £50 to Honora LONG licensed victualler Mintaro 1881 Memorial 146/333

KANIHAN, John and Martin of SA 1857 Memorial 220/126

No 1

KANNENBERG, Bernhard and Carl farmers near Mt Gambier 1902 Memorial 7/445

KANNENBERG, Bernhard farmer near Mt Gambier 1935 Memorial 28/509

KANNENBERG, Carl farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 13/194

KANNENBERG, Daniel Friedrich G of Mt Gambier 1894 Memorial 109/422

KANSCHKA, Friedrich of the Hundred of Hall 1886 Memorial 134/376

No 1

KAPPLER, Andreas pastor Greenock Creek 1853 Memorial 193/48 Lutheran Church pastor Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 144/64 Lutheran pastor formerly of Greenock Creek but now of Adelaide 1854 Memorial 274/67

KAPPLER, Andreas Lutheran Pastor Hope Valley 1855 Memorial 404/93

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAPPLER, Christian farmer Rowlands Flat 1854 Memorial 75/77

KAPPLER, Christian yeoman Tanunda and Anna Dorothea Kappler his wife 1857. Parents of Gottlieb Kappler yeoman Tanunda Memorial 168/119

KAPPLER, Christian farmer Tanunda, died c1861. His wife, Anna Dorothea Kappler nee WARNAS had a life interest in the estate under various conditions, then according to the will, to his children, Dorothea ALTMANN, Eleonore NITSCHKE and Gottlieb Kappler Memorial 126/179

KAPPLER, Claude clerk to A BONNIN solicitor Adelaide 1904 Memorial 46/451

KAPPLER, Henry JP of Curramulka 1882 Memorial 138/340

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

No 1

KAPPLER, Renney farmer Curramulka. Hundred of Curramulka land grant 1882[-1891] Grant Book 19 Page 439 County Fergusson

KAPPLER, Renney farmer Curramulka 1885 Memorial 233/370

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

KAREW, Mary widow Salisbury 1866. She could not write Application 7929

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KARLE, Fidelius saddler Adelaide (Roper St) 1850 Memorial 308/19

KARLE, Fidel of the Onkaparinga 1850. He left his whole estate to his wife, Maria Karle, provided she did not remarry Memorial 134/38.

KARNEY, James Leonard dental operator formerly of 15 Second St, Bowden now of 32 Trembath St (formerly known as Gilbert St), Bowden 1958, declared that he had been born in 1905 at 15 Second St, Bowden, the son of William Karney french-polisher and his wife, Martha Karney. William Karney died 1916. JL Karney continued to live with his mother until her death in February 1954. He built an asbestos shed as a workshop in the back yard in 193. In January 1954, JL Karney moved to Trembath St, and rented out the other property Application 29296

KARNEY, Thomas labourer Strathalbyn 1858 Memorial 417/147

No 1

KARRAN, Henry blacksmith Adelaide Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1885 Grant Book 27 Page 145 County Gawler

KARRAN, Henry farmer Hundred of Inkerman 1886 Memorial 98/374

No 1

KARUTZ, Johann Daniel Christian of Tanunda 1856 Memorial 164/107

KARUTZ, Johann Daniel Christian blacksmith Rosenthal 1862[-1863] Application 3397, Application 4446

No 1

KASSEBAUM, Friedrich mason Tanunda 1853 Memorial 369/51

KASSEBAUM, Christian Friedrich Gottlieb mason Tanunda 1858[-1890] Memorial 329/142, Application 20733

KASSEBAUM, Christian Friedrich Gottlieb mason Tanunda, died c1895 Application 23022

KASSEBAUM, Heinrich Wilhelm carpenter Tanunda 1892 Application 22342

KAST, Heinrich Christian Friedrich gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 284/76

No 1

KAST, Thomas and Wilhelm hairdressers Adelaide (Rundle St) 1875 Memorial 104/281

KAST, Thomas tobacconist Adelaide (King William St) 1885 Memorial 212/368

KAST, Thomas mineral search rights on land south-west of Tattabooka Well 1887 Memorial 85/393

KASTBERG, Ernest Emanuel tram driver Pt Broughton. Hundred of Mundoora land grant 1908[-1912] Grant Book 14 Page 274 County Daly

KASTEN, Friederike widow Adelaide 1904 Memorial 122/451

KATEKAR, Charles Henry licensed victualler Overland Corner 1885 Memorial 2/365

KATELEY, James Samuel farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2606

KAU, Carl farmer near Mannum 1890 Memorial 7/404

No 1

KAU, Peter Wendlin farmer near Palmer 1896[-1900] Memorial 20/428

KAU, Peter farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

KAU, Peter Wendlin farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 47 County Sturt

No 1

KAUFFMANN, Alexander storekeeper Truro 1856[-1859] Memorial 398/95

KAUFFMANN, Alexander postmaster Truro 1858[-1864] Memorials 182/141 & 50/198

KAUFFMANN, Alexander gentleman Norwood 1869 Memorial 23/243

KAUFFMANN, Alexander gentleman formerly of Norwood 1871 but now of Adelaide 1871 Application 11214

KAUFFMANN, Alexander formerly storekeeper Truro 1868 but now gentleman Adelaide 1873 Application 12576

KAUFFMANN, Alexander gentleman Adelaide Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 522 County Frome

KAUFFMANN, Alexander merchant Adelaide Co Adelaide. Booyoolie (later part of Gladstone Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 313 County Victoria

KAUFFMANN, Alexander merchant Parkside Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 571 County Frome

KAUFFMANN, Alexander merchant Adelaide Willowie township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 24 Page 577 County Frome

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAUFFMANN, George Ferdinand farmer Rowlands Flat 1852[-1881] Memorial 493/44

KAUFFMANN, Ferdinand farmer Rowlands Flat 1859 Memorial 120/157

No 1

KAUFFMANN, James C solicitor Laura 1878 Memorial 126/307

KAUFFMANN, James Cholmondeley solicitor Laura 1879[-1885] Memorial 249/315, Application 20731

No 1

KAUSCHKE, Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1856 Memorial 151/98

KAUSCHKE, Friedrich farmer Angaston 1856 Memorial 161/98

KAUSCHKE, Friedrich farmer formerly of Tanunda 1856 but now of Nuriootpa 1863. He could not write Application 3810

KAUSCHKE, Friedrich Gustav farm manager Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1916 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

No 1

KAVANAGH, Daniel carpenter Kapunda 1871 Memorial 143/255

KAVANAGH, Daniel wheelwright Kapunda 1895 Application 23011

No 1

KAVANAGH, Dudley farmer Echunga 1859[-1860] Memorial 84/156

KAVANAGH, Dudley of Echunga, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his son, Edward Kavanagh (by his then present wife). Patrick Kavanagh farmer Paringa witnessed the will Memorial 138/197

No 1

KAVANAGH, Edward miner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 370/6

KAVANAGH, Edward late of Adelaide but now miner Mt Barker and Dudley Kavanagh miner Reedy Creek Special Survey 1847. They bought Section 3875 Three Brothers Special Survey, part of the Old Dairy Farm Memorial 25/10

KAVANAGH, Edward farmer Echunga, died 29/11/1852. His widow, Sarah Kavanagh, died 15/4/1919, of senility and debility, aged 94. Born in Co Wicklow, Ireland. To SA 73 years ago. Married at 18, then remarried possibly. 3 sons and 2 daughters living; 4 sons and 2 daughters deceased. 4 children by the Kavanagh marriage - Bridget Kavanagh then Bridget EDWARDS born 23/3/1846; Edward Kavanagh later farmer Wirrabara 1920 born 22/9/1847; Michael Kavanagh born 14/9/1849 died 1/1/1914; Patrick Kavanagh born 9/9/1851 farmer Echunga 1920 Application 26909

No 2

KAVANAGH, Edward miner Kapunda linked with Elizabeth Kavanagh widow Echunga 1864 Memorial 140/197

KAVANAGH, Edward Leon draper 351 Payneham Rd, Payneham 1955 Application 29140

KAVANAGH, Helena spinster Echunga 1905 Application 24974

No 1

KAVANAGH, Hugh farmer Kanmantoo 1856[-1859] Memorial 442/96

KAVANAGH, Hugh farmer Callington 1872 Application 11951

No 1

KAVENAGH, James of Wallaroo 1876 Memorial 149/292

No 2

KAVENAGH, James gardener Parkside 1892 Memorial 63/415

No 3

KAVANAGH, James gardener Rose Park 1892 Memorial 129/415

No 4

KAVANAGH, James grazier Bondleigh 1894 Memorial 76/421

KAVANAGH, James grazier formerly of Montarto but now of Mt Barker Springs linked with John Patrick Kavanagh grazier Bondleigh 1896 Memorial 104/427

No 1

KAVANAGH, John farmer The Bremer 1872 Application 12217

No 2

KAVANAGH, John publican York 1891 Application 22071

KAVANAGH, Michael farmer Echunga 1885 Memorial 166/364

KAVANAGH, Michael William farmer and contractor Echunga. Hundred of Kuitpo land grant 1912 Grant Book 2 Page 102 County Adelaide

No 1

KAVANAGH, Myles miner Houghton village 1852 Memorial 90/45

KAVANAGH, Myles farmer Mt Barker Springs Hundred of Kanmantoo land grant 1861[-1881] Grant Book 58 Page 59 County Sturt

KAVANAGH, Myles farmer Mt Barker Springs 1872 Application 12056

KAVANAGH, Myles [formerly miner Houghton but now] sheep farmer Mt Barker Springs father of James Kavanagh of Monarto and John Patrick Kavanagh of Bondleigh both graziers 1894 Memorial 76/421

KAVANAGH, Myles sheepfarmer Mt Barker Springs, became a bankrupt in 1898 Memorial 238/434

No 1

KAVANAGH, Patrick miner Mt Barker 1850 Memorial 468/19

KAVANAGH, Patrick miner Mt Barker District 1857 Memorial 60/127

KAVANAGH, Patrick farmer Callington on the Bremer 1871 Memorial 212/251

No 1

KAVEL, August Lutheran clergyman Tanunda, died 12/2/1860, of apoplexy, aged 61 years, 5 months. His widow, Johanne Beate Kavel 39 Tanunda (Father Friedrich August Irrgang) married Gustav Adolph Staudenmeyer 33 chemist Hahndorf (Father: Emanuel Gottlob Staudenmeyer), on 24/1/1864 Hahndorf Lutheran Church. Minister: W Staudenmeyer. Witnesses: FW WITTWER miller Hahndorf, JG HAEBICH blacksmith Hahndorf, and J WUNDKE farmer Hahndorf. Adolph Staudenmeyer returned to Germany, where he died 15/11/1869 at 8am, Haiterbach, Kingdom of Württemburg, of typhus. He had been born 11/10/1830 Inpelfungen, Württemburg, the son of the customs house officer, EG Staudenmeyer and Luise Rosine nee BACHER. Adolph Staudenmeyer's widow, Beate Staudenmeyer, retired to Tanunda Application 22470

KAVEL, August Ludwig Christian Minister of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Langmeil Angas Park, willed several pieces of land in Tanunda, to his brother, Daniel Kavel, in trust for life, then to the testator's own wife, Johanne Beate Kavel absolutely in remainder expectant 25/2/1852 Application 22470

KAVEL, Daniel vine grower Tanunda, died 20/5/1884, of apoplexy, aged 76 Application 22470

KAY, A clerk Pt Adelaide 1881 Memorial 173/333

KAY, Archibald stone mason Pt Elliot 1874 Memorial 24/289

No 1

KAY, David sheep drover Naracoorte Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

KAY, David grazier Narracoorte 1893 Memorial 62/416

No 2

KAY, David butcher Hundred of Robertson Hundred of Robertson land grant 1891[-1898] Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

No 1

KAY, Edward sheep farmer Hundred of Barossa. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1852 Grant Book 1 Page 35 County Adelaide

KAY, Edward sheep farmer Victoria Creek. Hundred of Barossa land grant 1854[-1857] Grant Book 1 Page 47 County Adelaide

KAY, Edward sheep farmer Barossa 1857 Memorial 40/116

KAY, Edward stockholder Glen Cullen (Sections 3164, 1104, 3104, 3105, 3114 Hundred of Barossa) Victoria Creek, died 22/11/1860. His real estate in trust for his wife, Margaret Finlayson Kay during her lifetime, then to his cousin Edward MURRAY (who left Harrow in 1827 and went to Ireland) then William YOUNG of Brook House, Lancs, England (if E Murray could not be found or had died, within 5 years of Mrs Kay's death). if neither party could be found, the entire estate to go to Mrs Kay's heirs. Margaret Finlayson Kay died 5/10/1873. The two men could not be found within the stipulated time; therefore the estate went to her sister, Ann Finlayson ROSS [Court order 13/4/1880] wife of Robert Ross the Elder sheep farmer Glen Gillian Mt Crawford who died 25/12/1890. She left her estate in trust for her son, Robert Ross the Younger, who would inherit absolutely after her daughter, Ann SMYTH wife of Charles John Burton Smyth clerk Pt Adelaide, to get £50 a year for life, then Mrs Smyth's son, Edward Burton Smyth, to get £50 a year for life. Ann Smyth (wife of CJB Smyth of Menzies in WA) died 12/3/1923. Her son, Edward Burton Smyth engineer Forrest St, Kalgoorlie, surrendered his right to £50 a year for life in return for £500. Robert Ross the Younger died 21/4/1930. Complicated family trust to settle the estate involving; his wife, Sally Ross, who died 28/10/1935, and children - Robert Finlayson Ross and Colin Campbell Ross sheep farmers Mt Crawford, Ellen Isabel Ross spinster Mt Crawford and Annie Catherine Ross spinsrter 11 Brunswick St, Walkerville.   RPA Search 2330 and Memorial 53/326

KAY, Ellen Rosa spinster McLaren Vale 1893 Application 22569

KAY, Ezra labourer North Armagh 1851 Memorial 284/31

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAY, Frederic W clerk Adelaide linked with Sarah Kay widow Norwood 1890 Memorial 196/405

KAY, Frederic Walter vigneron McLaren Vale 1914 Memorial 152/471

KAY, Herbert vigneron McLaren Vale. McLaren Vale Public Hall Association trustee 1913 Memorial 128/468

No 1

KAY, John labourer near Pt Elliot 1868 Application 9577

No 2

KAY, John of Hindmarsh 1875 Application 14291

No 1

KAY, John William surgeon of Clare, as heir at law of William Kay Esquire late of Huddersfield, Yorks, England 1860 Application 1170

KAY, John William gentleman Clare, power of attorney to Joel ROBERTS gentleman Hindmarsh, to manage his business affairs 17/2/1860 Deposit 177/1882

KAY, John William surgeon 100 Commercial Road, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to James Potts ROBERTS land and estate agent Adelaide 2/11/1888 Deposit 14/1889

No 1

KAY, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1858] Memorial 196/49

No 2

KAY, Robert sawyer near Balhannah 1853 Memorial 62/70

KAY, Robert farmer Balhannah 1873 Memorial 176/267

KAY, Robert farmer Marble Farm Bonney Flat, near Balhannah, died 21/8/1892. His widow, Jane Ann Kay, died 29/7/1895, of senile decay, dropsy and erysipelas, aged 72. She had a life interest in the Kay farm provided she did not remarry, and the children could live there until they had turned 21 'but not to idle his or her time til the age of 21'. Then the estate to be sold and each child to get an equal share of the proceeds. Estate worth £421. Children included - Jane Ann CAMAC wife of James Camac gardener Bonney Flat, Elizabeth A SAMWELLS wife of Henry Samwells farmer Summertown, Dennis Kay farmer Mannum, and James Kay farmer Naracoorte 1903 Application 24612

No 3 - perhaps linked with No 2

KAY, Robert of Mt Charles 1855 Memorial 336/86

No 4

KAY, Robert of no description declared that he was siezed as mortgagee of part Section 1685 Co Light, east of Walker Creek Trigometrical Station … bounded towards the north by the Burra Burra road, towards the east by the road leading to Lyndoch Valley 1863 Application 4654

No 1

KAY, RH clerk Adelaide (Exchange Building, Pirie St, Adelaide) 1885 Memorial 151/365

KAY, RH clerk Adelaide 1886[-1887] Memorial 146/373

KAY, Robert Henry accountant Adelaide 1903[-1914] linked with the Kay family of McLaren Vale Memorials 124/448, 152/471

KAY, Robert Henry estate agent Adelaide (Universal Building, Grenfell St) 1921 Memorial 79/484

KAY, Robert Henry accountant Adelaide 1925 Application 27356

No 1

KAY, Sarah widow Norwood 1896 Memorial 250/427

KAY, Sarah of Norwood had died by 1914. Executors; Frederick Walter Kay and Herbert Kay vignerons McLaren Vale and Robert Henry Kay accountant Adelaid. MD Kay mentioned but not described Memorial 152/471

KAY, Sarah widow Norwood, died 9/10/1906. Mother of Robert Henry Kay, Herbert Kay and Frederic Walter Kay Memorial 48/481

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KAY, William clerk to George GREEN land agent Adelaide 1852 Memorial 334/41 Clerk to George GREEN land agent Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 121/49

KAY, William of South Tce, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 465/69

KAY, William of Brownhill Creek Road, Norwood 1855 Memorial 107/93

KAY, William acting manager Adelaide Land & Gold Co 1861 Memorial 83/251

KAY, William JP of Grenfell St, Adelaide 1877 Memorial 19/297

KAY, William Esquire Grenfell St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Edward KAY merchant’s clerk Adelaide, and by default, the Hon Joseph FISHER MLC Fullarton, to manage his SA business affairs 26/2/1878 Deposit 199/1878

KAY, William gentleman Trustee for the City Permanent Building and Investment Society Adelaide 1880 Application 18320

KAY, William no description, died 27/3/1889. Linked with Edward Kay salesman Adelaide and Robert Henry Kay accountant Adelaide Memorial 179/399

KAYE, Albert accountant Pt Adelaide 1882[-1883] Memorial 15/339

KAYNES, William gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 244/48

KAYS, Richard labourer Alberton 1864 Application 5854

KAYSER, August teacher Lyndoch Valley 1865 Memorial 223/208

KAYSER, Dora Auguste Wilhelmine spinster Carrington St, Adelaide, changed her name to Dora KAY 1916 Memorial 120/474

No 1

KAYSER, Franz August Cecil cadet Bundaleer Forest 1897 Memorial 51/430

KAYSER, Franz August Cecil forester near Millicent 1916, born 15/12/1869 Lyndoch son of Johann August Ludwig Kayser teacher Lyndoch and Amelia Caecilie Kayser nee BEECKEN his wife changed his name to FAC KAY Memorial 175/475

KAYSER, Clara Dorothea Bertha nee VOHR married woman near Millicent 1916, born 26/10/1874 Gawler Place, Adelaide, the daughter of Carl Heinrich Bernard VOHR cooper and Dorothea Johanne Marie nee SUESSBIER changed her name to CDB KAY Memorial 176/475

No 1

KAYSER, Friedrich Martin farmer Section 2100 Co Gawler 1851 Memorial 430/29

KAYSER, Friedrich Martin farmer Manoora lease of a public house on Section 2100 Manoora to Henry TREBLE butcher Adelaide 1851 Memorial 196/30

KAYSER, Hermann mariner Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 224/88

KAYSER, Johanne Ida Friedericke spinster Adelaide (11 Bowman Buildings) changed her name to Joan Freda KAY 1916 Memorial 119/474

KEAIHAN, JC servant Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1942 Memorial 16/522

KEADY, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1867 Memorial 76/221

KEAIN, Patrick farmer Boolcunda 1885[-1886] Memorial 59/372

KEAIN, Peter farmer Hundred of Wonoka 1885[-1886] Memorial 63/372

KEAL, AH chemist Kadina 1866 Memorial 68/216

No 1

KEAL, Richard labourer Yatala 1857[-1858] Memorial 96/135

KEAL, Richard labourer Yatala 1859 Application 316

KEAL, Richard railway porter Pt Adelaide 1861 Application 2440

KEALY, Joseph Patrick medical practitioner Norwood 1884 Memorial 242/355

KEALY, William farmer Millicent Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1892 Grant Book 31 Page 204 County Grey

No 1

KEALLEY, Francis storekeeper Angaston 1889 Application 21553

KEALLEY, Francis storekeeper Angaston 1894 Memorial 119/464

KEALLEY, Francis storekeeper formerly of Angaston but now of Subiaco WA 1911 Memorial 118/465

No 1 - likely to be a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KEALLEY, Samuel farmer Angas Park 1846 Memorial 9/6 Storekeeper Angaston 1848[-1857] Memorial 364/11

KEALLEY, Samuel storekeeper Angaston 1859 Application 471

KEALLEY, Samuel storekeeper Nuriootpa 1865 Memorial 250/243

KEALLEY, Samuel storekeeper Nuriootpa 1857[-1870] Memorial 192/125, Application 11105

KEALLEY, Samuel storekeeper Angaston 1859[-1875] Memorial 160/173, Application 11704

KEALLEY, Samuel formerly storekeeper 1848 but now postmaster Angaston 1872 Application 11938

KEALLEY, Samuel storekeeper Angaston 1911 Memorial 119/464

KEALLEY, Thomas clerk Angaston 1875 Memorial 74/283

KEALY, Joseph Patrick medical practitioner Norwood 1882[-1884] Application 19298, Memorial 242/355

KEALY, William Tabburt farmer Millicent 1889 Memorial 232/396

KEAM, Alan Jack works manager 112 Queen St, Norwood, KEAM, Charles Samuel floor manager 38 Sailor's Bay Rd, Northbridge SW, kEAM, Frank Ottaway night watchman Outer Harbour Rd, Outer Harbour, and POLGLASE, Edna Elizabeth married woman 54 Alison St, St Leonards 1953, owners of land in Orange Lane, Norwood Application 28930

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEAM, Alfred butcher Adelaide 1880[-1882] Memorial 220/320

KEAM, Alfred innkeeper Magill 1896 Memorial 59/428

KEAM, Alfred innkeeper Tarlee 1898 Memorial 91/438

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEAM, James of North Kapunda 1850 Memorial 201/23

KEAM, James farmer Kapunda 1854[-1856] Memorial 385/64

No 1

KEAM, William Henry Rundle warehouseman Adelaide 1876[-1877] Memorial 219/320

KEAM, William Henry Rundle gentleman Mt Barker 1879 Memorial 29/315

KEAM, William Henry Rundle warehouseman Adelaide, died 20/6/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Elizabeth Anne Keam to settle the estate Memorial 217/320

KEAN, Francis cooper Kapunda 1858[-1864] Memorial 219/142

KEAN, John credit selector Hundred of Pinda 1881 Memorial 44/330

KEAN, Patrick farmer Macclesfield 1867 Application 8688

KEAN , Thomas Edmund Secretary of the SA Bible Christian Conference Auburn 1884 Application 20383

KEANE, Albert John formerly manager BEST's brickyards Marion now labourer Marion, and Ellen Mary Keane his wife 1966, Application 29635

No 1

KEANE, Albert Michael of Mintaro and Mary Keane his wife, formerly Mary SMITH widow of the late John Smith of Mintaro 1890 Memorial 141/401

KEANE, Albert Michael formerly farmer but now licensed victualler Mintaro 1901. His wife, Mary Keane, died 18/1/1898 Application 24215

KEANE, Mary wife of Albert Michael Keane publican Mintaro, died 18/1/1898, of diarrhoea and senile debelity, aged 71. William Edward GILES auctioneer Mintaro stated that this woman was also known in the district as Mary SMITH Application 23679

KEANE, John labourer Adelaide (Spencer St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 299 County Victoria

KEANE, John James 27 iron worker Adelaide (Father: Patrick Keane) married Mary Teresa MALONEY 21 spinster farmer's daughter Virginia (Father: Edmond Maloney) on 27/12/1883, Church of the Assumption, Virginia. Minister: Patrick Mary Ignatius CARR. Witnesses: James RYAN moujlder Goodwood, Bridget Teresa MCCORMACK farmer's daughter Lower Light Application 22292

No 1

KEANE, Joseph JP returned soldier Reynella 1926 Memorial 42/496

KEANE, Joseph retired labourer Main South Road, Reynella, died 19/6/1963. Husband of Jessie Keane. Father of George Joseph Keane, Douglas Frederick Keane, Enid May JONES, Sybil Constance ELLIS, and Pamela Dawn FLETCHER Memorial 43/534

No 1 - the same person; wife's name a difficulty.

KEANE, Michael licensed victualler Adelaide 1866 Memorial 83/215

KEANE, Michael of Gilbert St, Adelaide 1867 Application 8117

KEANE, Michael licensed victualler Glenelg and Margaret Keane his wife 1874 Memorial 181/275

KEANE, Michael gentleman New Glenelg, died 15/5/1879 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Catherine Keane, to settle his £2,500 estate Memorial 133/327

KEANE, Michael hotelkeeper New Glenelg, died intestate 15/5/1879, without lawful issue. His widow, Catherine, received Supreme Court letters of administration to administer the estate. His brothers and sisters in Ireland (Thomas and James KEANE farmers Kinvarra, Co Galway; Thomas Walsh farmer and Bridget his wife of Kinvarra; Michael KELCHER labourer Gort, Co Galway and Mary his wife; John HAYES farmer Gort, Co Galway, and Winifred his wife) gave power of attorney to Patrick KEANE labourer Flinders St, Adelaide, to make sure that the family got its rightful share under the laws governing intestate estates 4/2/1881. Another sister of Michael Kearne, Catherine Kelly and her husband John KELLY farmer Stockton, California USA, also put in a claim for a share of the £1,256/9/6 estate. They appointed Thomas Corin HOLLAND solicitor Adelaide, to make the claim 4/9/1883 Deposits 56/1881 & 6/1884

KEANE, Richard farmer Spotswood Dry Creek 1847 Memorial 320/8

KEANE, Ronald Melville dairyman Cuming St, Mile End and Mavis Matilda Keane his wife 1935 Memorial 185/509

No 1

KEANE, Simon farmer near Kapunda 1869[-1891] Memorial 217/240

KEANE, Simon farmer near Freeling, died 13/3/1903. Patrick Keane farmer near Freeling 1916, was a son Application 26512

KEANE, Honor widow near Freeling 1904 Application 24826

No 1

KEANE, Stanislaus Council Clerk District Council of Echunga, 40 years old, and Clerk since 1931. Statement 1932 Application 27873

KEANE, Stanislaus clerk Meadows Clerk of the District Council of Meadows for 19 years (ever since the Council was formed) 1954, declared that the Council assessment books during the 1920s and 1930s 'were generally crude and lacking in detail' Application 29054

No 1

KEANE, Vincent Patrick slate quarry proprietor Fullarton 1940 Memorial 31/515

KEANE, Vincent Patrick formerly quarry proprietor Fullarton but now out of business Delamere Ave, Springfield 1949 Memorial 105/523

No 1

KEARLEY, Henry carrier The Wakefield 1852[-1857] Memorial 169/88, Application 9508

KEARLEY, Henry farmer The Wakefield 1865[-1867] Memorial 228/202

KEARLEY, Caroline widow Undalya 1881 Application 18412

KEARNE, Charles farmer Macclesfield 1872 Memorial 71/259

KEARNE, Emmeline Maude granddaughter of Michael FEATHERSTONE formerly gentleman Brighton but now deceased, had married Edward BELL wholesale druggist Abergele, Co Denbigh, North Wales by 1902 Memorial 168/445

No 1

KEARNE, John out of business Laura 1904 Memorial 75/452

KEARNE, John formerly out of business Laura but now hotelkeeper Kapunda 1906 Application 25268

No 1

KEARNE, John Hannah gentleman Oaklands, power of attorney to James SMITH agent Adelaide and John KELSEY Minister of the Gospel The Sturt, to manage his SA business affairs 20/12/1858 Deposit 162/1859

KEARNE, John Hannah gentleman Southport, Lancs, England, power of attorney to James SMITH agent Adelaide and Andrew Sinclair NEILL gentleman Pt Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 20/5/1873 Deposit 209/1873

No 1

KEARNE, Samuel Esquire Oaklands Sturt River 1847 Memorial 363/8

KEARNE, Samuel Esquire Oaklands, died 9/9/1857. Father of Samuel Richard Kearne Esquire The Sturt Application 22860

KEARNE, Samuel farmer Sturt River 1854 Memorial 388/64

KEARNE, Samuel, died c1854. He left £150 a year for life to his unnamed wife and £10 per year to his brother-in-law John HANNAH, with the residue of his entire estate to his sons Samuel Richard Kearne and John Hannah Kearne Memorial 195/126

KEARNE, Samuel died 9/8/1857 The Sturt. His wife and two sons returned to Britain. The two sons were Samuel Richard KEARNE Esquire Kingswood, Hampstead, near London, and John Hannah KEARNE Esquire Birkdale Park, Co Lancs, England. Mary KEARNE widow of Samuel KEARNE wine merchant The Sturt, died 27/3/1881 248 Lulworth Road, Birkdale, Lancs, of chronic bronchitis and pneumonia, aged 87 (Daughter-in-law Martha KEARNE present at the death). Mary Kearne's brother, John HANNAH captain of a merchantman Holleth, Lancs, England, died 11/7/1870, of 20 year hernia and 48 hour constipation, aged 77. Both Mrs KEARNE and her brother had life annuities from her husband’s estate Deposit 97/1889

KEARNE, Mary widow The Sturt. Relict of the late Samuel Kearne Esquire formerly of The Sturt but now deceased. Mother of John Hannah Kearne and Samuel Richard Kearne farmers The Sturt 1858 Memorial 215/149

KEARNE, Mary widow formerly of Oaklands on the Sturt but now in parts beyond the seas. Relict of the late Samuel Kearne. Mother of JH and SR Kearne gentlemen formerly of Oaklands but now in parts beyond the seas. Mrs Kearne the right under her late husband's will to a life annuity of £150 a year; her brother, John HANNAH, had a life annuity of £10 + clothing, board and lodging, under the same will 1861 Memorials No 143/176 & 118/216

No 1

KEARNE, Samuel Richard and John Hannah Esquires formerly of Oaklands near Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the sea 1859. Enrolment 76/44

KEARNE, Samuel Richard and John Hannah Kearne Esquires both formerly of The Sturt but now of near Liverpool, Lancs, England 1859 Memorial 170/160

KEARNE, Samuel and John Hannah gentlemen late of Oaklands River Sturt now in England 1863. Local attorney John KELSEY gentleman Oaklands 1863 Application 4757

KEARNE, Samuel Richard Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of parts beyond the sea and KEARNE, John Hannah Esquire Adelaide 1868 Application 9597

KEARNE, Samuel gentleman formerly of Oaklands on the Sturt but now of Birkdale, Lancs, England and Martha Kearne his wife formerly Martha FEATHERSTONE 1879 Memorial 231/318

KEARNE, Samuel Richard Esquire of parts beyond the sea and his wife, Martha Kearne formerly Martha Featherstone spinster The Sturt 1902 Application 24421

KEARNES, George clerk to Luke Michael CULLEN solicitor Adelaide 1856 Application 7438

No 1

KEARNES, Patrick and Peter farmers near Bagot Gap [near Kapunda] 1865 Memorial 97/202

KEARNES, Patrick and Peter farmers Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1869. They could not write Application 9938

KEARNES, Patrick farmer Bagot Gap near Kapunda 1877 Application 15944

No 1

KEARNES, Thomas George clerk to Matthew SMITH solicitor Adelaide 1857 Memorial 276/114

KEARNES, Thomas G assistant clerk to John Tuthill BAGOT solicitor Adelaide 1860 Memorial 269/163

KEARNEY, Bridget spinster Adelaide 1855 Memorial 395/83

No 1

KEARNEY, Daniel butcher Donnybrook 1860 Application 1551

KEARNEY, Daniel farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1873[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 180 County Victoria

KEARNEY, Edward stockholder Tatiara Country 1856[-1858] Memorial 222/101

No 1

KEARNEY, James wheelwright Kooringa 1854 Memorial 131/77

KEARNEY, James of Donnybrook 1855 Memorial 423/81

KEARNEY, James shepherd Hill River near Clare 1861 Memorial 107/179

KEARNEY, James carpenter Arkaba in the northern part of the Province 1865 Memorial 11/206

KEARNEY, James farmer Mannanarie. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 79 County Dalhousie

KEARNEY, John farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Young land grant 1890 Grant Book 30 Page 126 County Grey

KEARNEY, John Bernard surgeon Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 454/56

KEARNEY, Patrick James farmer Coonatto 1887 Memorial 235/383

KEARNEY, Walter labourer Yankalilla 1866 Application 7484

KEARNEY, William labourer Bowden 1863 Application 4482

KEARNS, Howard Christopher licensed victualler Hopetoun and Henrietta Kearns his wife. Hopetoun (later Innamincka Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1890 Grant Book 65 Page 205 County Not named

KEARNS, Mary widow publican Gawler South. Thomas FOTHERINGHAM brewer Gawler owned the unnamed hotel. Mrs Kearns had to buy her stock from him 1890 Memorial 188/401

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEARNS, Richard Hugh shop assistant Kooringa 1935 Memorial 150/511

KEARNS, RHB clerk to Maurice William BEDNALL solicitor Kooringa 1938 Memorial 122/512

KEARNS, Richard Hugh formerly shop assistant Kooringa but now a member of the RAAF 1941 Memorial 131/515

No 1

KEARNS, Thomas out of business Adelaide 1895 Memorial 134/424

KEARNS, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1898 Memorial 219/434

KEARSE, Michael labourer Wallaroo 1886 Memorial 187/378

No 1

KEAST, Alexander farmer Riverton linked with Elizabeth Ann Keast widow Riverton. Mrs Keast benefited under the provisions of the will of the late Alexander CHIGWIDDEN farmer Hundred of Gilbert 1920 Memorial 102/480

KEAST, Alexander farmer Riverton 1926[-1941] Memorial 76/496

KEAST, George farmer Section 1487 Kapunda Co Light 1851[-1853] Memorial 245/32

No 1

KEAST, John miner Kapunda 1851 Memorial 484/30

KEAST, John miner Creswick Creek near Ballarat Vic 1862. He probably came from Kapunda in SA Application 3116

KEAST, John James farmer Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

KEATCH, James Arthur and WAY, Charles William marine store dealers Thebarton 1915 Application 26454

KEATES, Reuben Cooksley stone mason Adelaide 1849[-1850] Memorial 382/17

No 1

KEATING, James licensed victualler Woodend on the Mt Alexander Road Vic and Margaret Keating his wife formerly Margaret MCLEAN [links with Strathalbyn] 1857 Memorial 174/133

KEATING, James farmer Strathalbyn and Elizabeth Keating spinster Strathalbyn his daughter 1859 Memorial 172/160

KEATING, James farmer formerly of Melbourne Vic but now of Strathalbyn 1862 Memorial 43/183

No 1

KEATING, Michael customs agent Pt Adelaide 1911 Application 26046

KEATING, Michael customs and shipping agent Pt Adelaide 1914 Application 26307

KEATING, Paul Joseph labourer Melrose 1954 Memorial 199/528

KEATLEY, Robert Walter railway employe Burra 1946 Memorial 5/520

KEATS, Arthur Lange metallurgist 604 Chappell St, Broken Hill NSW and Stella Jean Keats his wife 1947 Memorial 50/522

KEATS, Elizabeth widow Kapunda linked with George Keats wheelwright Kapunda 1863 Memorial 233/196

KEATS, FP solicitor Orroroo 1908 Memorial 143/459

No 1

KEATS, George wheelwright Kapunda 1866[-1882] Memorial 139/225

KEATS, George wheelwright Kapunda eldest son and heir at law of the late Thomas Keats wheelwright formerly of Adelaide 1867 Application 8420

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KEATS, George wheelwright Terowie 1881 Memorial 41/335

KEATS, George blacksmith Terowie 1893 Memorial 24/419

No 1

KEATS, JT clerk to Frederic F TURNER solicitor Gawler 1863[-1865] Memorial 104/192

KEATS, James Thomas clerk Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 241/290

KEATS, James T clerk of the court Wallaroo 1890 Memorial 184/403

KEATS, James Thomas clerk of the local court Wallaroo 1892 Memorial 139/415

KEATS, James Thomas clerk of the local court Moonta 1893 Memorial 194/418

KEATS, James Thomas SM formerly of Wallaroo but then of Adelaide, died c1917. Husband of Louisa Keats Memorial 113/485

KEATS, Sarah Winnifred widow Pt Lincoln 1874 Memorial 208/274

No 1

KEATS, Thomas of Willunga 1857 Memorial 72/179

KEATS, Thomas 21 wheelwright Netton, Wilts, England (Father: James Keats coachman), married Elizabeth DAVIS 23 laundress Netton (Father: Henry Davis bricklayer) 25/9/1837, in Dumford parish church. Seth and Sarah Davis were the witnesses. 2 sons and 4 daughters of the marriage. George Keats wheelwright Kapunda 1867 was the eldest son, born 27/4/1842. The family emigrated to SA. 9/10/1857 Thomas Keats bought 2 lots in Willunga. Thomas Keats labourer Adelaide, died 3/9/1860 Adelaide intestate, of sudden death, aged 40. His eldest son, George Keats, inherited as heir at law. Application 8420

KEATSCH, James Arthur and WAY, Charles William marine store dealers George St, Thebarton 1913 Application 26170

KEAY, David stone cutter Norwood 1892 Application 22325

No 1

KEAYS, John farm labourer Smithfield Coulta (Hundred of Warrow)

township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 179 Page 229 County Flinders

KEAYS, John farm labourer Smithfield Hundred of Lacepede land grant 1878 Grant Book 46 Page 7 County MacDonnell

KEAYS, John farmer labourer Smithfield Yacka (Hundred of Yackamoorundie) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 56 Page 107 County Stanley

No 1

KEAYS, Richard labourer Alberton 1874 Memorial 82/278

KEAYS, Richard labourer Alberton 1877 Application 15772

KEAYS, Richard labourer Alberton, died 25/2/1879. He left his estate to his widow, Frances Keays. Estate worth £50 Application 25789

KEAYS, Frances widow King St, Alberton 1896 Application 23102

KEAYS, Frances widow Alberton 1905 Memorial 138/452

KEDDIE, Philip James clerk Woodside linked with Robert Angus Keddie farmer, Agnes Keddie and Isabella Keddie spinsters all of Woodside 1945 Memorial 7/519

No 1

KEDDIE, Robert Philip seedsman Woodside 1887 Application 21303

KEDDIE, Robert Philip seedsman Woodside 1887. Inverbrackie Presbyterian Church trustee Enrolment 22/54

KEDDIE, Robert Philip gentleman Woodside 1892 Memorial 245/414

KEDDIE, Robert Philip storekeeper Woodside, died 22/3/1915. Husband of Mary Ann Keddie. Estate worth £1,900 Memorial 130/472

KEDDIE, William engine driver Mt Gambier 1886 Memorial 202/378

KEDLER, August Heinrich Wilhelm of 141 Rundle St, Adelaide 1890 Memorial 246/404

KEEBLE, Henry stockholder Nalang Station 1878 Memorial 173/312

No 1

KEEBLE, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide 1852 Memorial 188/42

KEEBLE, Joseph landowner Pt Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 112/55

KEEBLE, Joseph labourer Pt Adelaide, died c1855. His whole estate in trust to his wife Mary Ann. 5/- a week from the profits of his half share in the barge James Fernie to go to his mother for seven months after he died, then 11/- a week for the rest of her life. The rest of the rents and profits from the barge and real estate to go to his widow for the upkeep of the two children. Son Charles to get his home and half share in the Barge. Daughter Kat Elizabeth Keeble to get the house in St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide. Charles Keeble turned 21 on 23/8/1877, after which both children got their inheritance absolutely in remainder expectant. Widow Mary Ann Keeble had remarried to Thomas Clement RICHARDS baker Pt Adelaide by 1877. Kate Elizabeth Keeble had married Charles BUSH mariner Pt Adelaide by 1877 Application 6247

KEECH, Frederick John teamster Redhill. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1921 Grant Book 14 Page 382 County Daly

KEED, William Philip gentleman Hawker. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1893 Grant Book 5 Page 17 County Blachford

No 1

KEEFE, John farmer Bugle Ranges 1853[-1857] Memorial 356/47

KEEFE, John farmer formerly of the Bugle Ranges 1857 but now of Wallelberdina North 1869 Application 10110

KEEFE, Nicholas labourer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 198/21

No 1

KEELAN, Bernard farmer Riverton Hundred of Hall land grant 1882 Grant Book 56 Page 214 County Stanley

KEELAN, Bernard farmer Halbury trustee Institute Halbury Halbury (Hundred of Hall) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 385 County Stanley

KEELAN, Peter farmer near Riverton Hundred of Hall land grant 1878[-1884] Grant Book 56 Page 232 County Stanley

KEELAN, Peter John a minor of the Hundred of Hall Hundred of Hall land grant 1885 Grant Book 56 Page 220 County Stanley

No 1

KEELE, Edward John licensed surveyor Sydney NSW April 1886 Memorial 173/376

KEELE, Edward John licensed surveyor Camberwell Vic May 1886 Memorial 218/376

KEELE, Edward John of Adelaide, sub-divider of Sections 412-413 Hundred of Adelaide into 8 acre allotments at the Reedbeds c1886. The new area called St James Park. Earliest purchasers included: Thomas SKUSE, Thomas BUTTERFIELD, Lawrence FOORD, Frederick George KELF and George WHITE. John ROBERTSON of Sydney NSW purchased the unsold allotments in 1887. Frogmore Road went by or through the estate Memorial 158/382

KEELE, Edward John licensed surveyor The Reedbeds near Adelaide 1888 Memorial 76/391

No 1

KEELE, James Esquire Adelaide 1853 Memorial 439/50

KEELE, James merchant formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1854 Memorial 443/74

No 1

KEELEN, Bernhard of Gawler Plains a son of Mary Keelen widow Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 348/57

KEELEN, Bernhard farmer formerly of the Gawler Plains 1853 but now of near Auburn 1866 Application 7560

KEELEN, Bernhard farmer Upper Wakefield linked with Peter Keelen farmer near Riverton 1868. The death of Mary Keelen widow, who died 7/6/1866, mentioned Memorial 27/233

KEELEN, Mary widow Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 173/57

KEELEN, Mary widow Wakefield River 1856 Memorial 418/99

KEELEN, Mary Roden widow Upper Wakefield mother of Mary REVITT wife of Ephraim Revitt no description. Peter Keelen farmer the Gilbert River near Riverton also belonged to this family apparently 1865 Memorial 150/202

KEELEN, Mary widow Upper Wakefield, died 1866. Trustees and executors were Matthew FAGAN farmer Upper Light and Patrick Keelen farmer near Riverton. Matthew Fagan died 11/3/1868 Memorials 113/213, 27/233

KEELEN, Paul farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Wakefield River land grant Memorial 136/55

No 1

KEELEN, Peter farmer Gawler Plains 1854 Memorial 385/67

KEELEN, Peter farmer Upper Wakefield 1854 Memorial 106/80

KEELEN, Peter farmer The Gilbert 1855 Memorial 239/166

KEELEN, Peter farmer near Riverton 1861 Application 2571

KEELEN, Peter farmer Riverton 1873 Memorial 158/267

KEELEN, Peter farmer near Riverton 1891. He could not write Application 21994

KEELEY, Patrick labourer Bowden 1865[-1873] Memorial 22/205

No 1

KEELING, Charles Staley gentleman North Adelaide 1851 Memorial 25/29

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Finniss River 1854 Linked with John Staley Keeling maltster Willington, Co Derby, England Memorial 373/78

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Finniss Flat 1856[-1866] Memorial 172/111

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Kondoparinga 1859 Memorial 140/151

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Strathalbyn 1863[-1868] Memorial 37/191

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Finniss Flat 1865 Application 6749

KEELING, Charles Staley farmer Finniss Flat. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

KEELING, Charles Staley gentleman Mayfield House, Ashbourne, died 25/8/1875, of asthma, heart disease (hypertrophy) and syncope, at MacKinnon Parade, North Adelaide, aged 57 Application 18111

KEELING, Frank Staley linked with Section 59 Hundred of Ninnes Co Daly 1882 Memorial 129/343

KEELING, Herbert storekeeper Broken Hill NSW 1908 Application 25410

KEELING, William pensioner Adelaide 1853 Memorial 255/59

No 1

KEELY, David farmer Lower Wakefield 1877 Memorial 242/442

KEELY, David farmer Lower Wakefield 1877 Application 24222

No 1

KEEN, EG clerk to Messrs HENNING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON solicitors Adelaide 1885 Memorial 153/376

KEEN, EG law clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 125/423

KEEN, Edwin G law clerk Adelaide [probably to Thomas W FLEMING solicitor Adelaide] 1887 Memorial 151/386

KEEN, Edwin G law clerk Jamestown 1891 Memorial 29/407

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KEEN, Frederick Samuel grocer Norwood 1881 Memorial 228/343

KEEN, FS clerk to Joseph ASHTON solicitor Adelaide 1883 Memorial 16/386

KEEN, Joseph James printer North Adelaide 1850 Memorial 420/23

No 1

KEEN, Samuel brickmaker Kensington 1848 Memorial 177/67

No 2

KEEN, Samuel wheelwright Norwood 1854[-1856] Memorial 494/73

No 3

KEEN, Samuel Minister of the Gospel Gawler 1853 Memorial 361/62

KEEN, Samuel of Gawler River 1855 Memorial 341/93

KEEN, Samuel Bible Christian Minister Gawler Plains 1856 Memorial 169/96

KEEN, Samuel Minister of the Gospel Gawler 1856 Memorial 52/99

KEEN, S Bible Christian Minister Auburn 1864 Memorial 151/199

KEEN, Samuel Minister of the Gospel formerly of Gawler but now of Auburn 1865 Memorial 194/205

KEEN, Samuel Bible Christian Minister Angle Vale and SA Keen his daughter 1868 Memorial 5/231

KEEN, Samuel Bible Christian Minister Willunga, died 21/6/1871 Pt Elliot, of apoplexy, aged 53 Application 20383

No 1

KEEN, Thomas Edmund Bible Christian Minister Clarendon 1855 Memorial 426/86

KEEN, Thomas Edmund Primitive Methodist minister Mt Torrens 1857 Memorial 92/515

KEEN, Thomas Edmund Minister of the Gospel formerly of Mt Torrens but now of Castlemaine Vic 1868 Application 9590

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KEEN, William farmer Meadows 1855 Memorial 460/94

KEEN, William sawyer Meadows 1869 Memorial 43/243

KEEN, William carrier Charleston 1884 Application 20133

No 2

KEEN, William mason Goodwood Park 1856[-1859] Memorial 260/109

No 3

KEEN, William of Gilbert St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 246/305

No 4

KEEN, William farmer Tiparra 1887 Memorial 122/383

No 1

KEENAN, John yeoman Yankalilla 1853[-1865] Memorial 331/59

KEENAN, John formerly yeoman Yankalilla 1853 but now farmer Willunga 1865 Application 6934

KEENE, Dorothy of Adelaide, clerk to Messrs HOMBURG, MELROSE & Homburg solicitors Adelaide 1925 Application 27389

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEENE, John Alexander yeoman Norwood 1855[-1857] Memorial 74/92

KEENE, John Alexander labourer Norwood 1856 Memorial 348/97

KEENE, LH clerk of Glenelg 1914 Memorial 29/471

KEEPLER, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 265/193

KEESON, Alfred William of Adelaide and Emmaretta Hannah Keeson his wife formerly EH NEVILLE widow of the late Thomas Richard Neville [formerly clerk in holy orders now deceased] 1888 Memorial 199/389

No 1

KEETLEY, William bootmaker Alberton 1856[-1858] Memorial 340/110

KEETLEY, William bootmaker Norwood 1864 Memorial 288/196

KEETLEY, William bootmaker formerly of Norwood but then of Adelaide, died c1895. He left his entire estate equally to William Edward Keetley of Junee NSW, John Charles Keetley house painter Queen St Norwood, Mary Jane Keetley of Adelaide, and Annie Marie KERR of Melbourne Vic Memorial 70/425

KEETLEY, William bootmaker Norwood died 18/6/1895. Executor; John Charles Keetley painter Norwood. W Keetley's children who benefited under his will included - William Edward Keetley postmaster Broome Hill WA, Mary Jane ROSSER wife of Thomas Rosser tailor Norwood; Annie Marie KERR of Norwood. Mary Jane KEETLEY 29 spinster Queen St, Norwood married Thomas ROSSER 28 bachelor tailor Charles St, Norwood (Father: John Rosser) on 20/12/1883 St John's Morialta. Minister: Alfred HONNER. Witnesses: Clara Rosser of Charles St, Norwood and William Keetley bootmaker Queen St, Norwood Application 23853

KEEVES, John Gill and William Gill Keeves tinsmiths and galvanisers Adelaide (Pulteney St) 1883 Memorial 180/350

No 1

KEEVILL, Mark bullock driver Adelaide 1846. He bought an allotment with a brick house on it in Bowden from Maurice James Sanders, in return for a bullock dray Application 22603

KEEVIL, Mark farmer North Road 1854 Memorial 202/76

KEGWORTH, Thomas builder Salisbury 1860 Application 1903

No 1

KEHOE, Ann widow Marden 1883 Memorial 198/349

KEHOE, Anne widow First St, Bowden, died 11/3/1915. Mother of John Kehoe of Coglin St, Brompton, Michael Kehoe storeman Morphettville and Mary Anne Kehoe spinster First St, Bowden Memorial 105/473

KEHOE, Anne widow First St, Bowden, relict of John Kehoe, died 11/3/1915. Her estate worth £185. She left her house to her daughter, Mary Anne Kehoe, and her money to her son, Michael Kehoe labourer Morphettville. Mary Anne Kehoe 48 spinster tailoress Bowden married James MALONEY 50 labourer North Adelaide (Father: Michael Maloney - born Co Clare, Ireland) on 10/4/1918 St Saviour's RC Church Brompton. Minister: Ernest MCFARLANE. Mary Anne Maloney married woman First St, Brompton, died 10/12/1930. Her estate worth £614/6/1. Her house and also money in the Savings Bank to her two brothers equally - Michael Kehoe labourer Anzac Highway, Morphettville and John Kehoe telegraph linesman Coglin St, Brompton Park. The money in the Commonwealth Bank to her husband, James Maloney. Her brother, John Kehoe, had died 22/1/1929 intestate, leaving a widow, Rose Kehoe (born 26/7/1878) and children - Annie DEBOR widow Coglin St, Brompton, James Kehoe labourer Coglin St, Mary HUNT wife of Henry Hunt gardener Railway Tce, Ovingham; John Kehoe labourer Brompton; Kathleen, Gertrude and Eileen Kehoe spinsters Coglin St Brompton. John Kehoe the Elder married 9/11/1895, when he lived at Georgetown Application 27850

KEIDEL, Auguste wife of George Ernst Albert KEIDEL tobacconist Adelaide, power of attorney to her husband to manage her business affairs 14/1/1886 Deposit 3/1886

KEIGHTLEY, Charles Stanford and Herbert storekeepers Warnertown. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

KEIGHTLEY, Herbert formerly licensed victualler Adelaide but now traveller Perth WA 1910 Application 25751

KEIGHTLEY, Mr bootmaker Norwood 1875 Application 14343

No 1

KEIGHTLEY, Samuel farmer Shellthorpe Cottage near Angaston 1855[-1866] Memorial 179/93

KEIGHTLEY, Samuel gardener Penrice 1863 Application 4768

KEIGHTLEY, Samuel winegrower Angaston 1867 Memorial 59/224

KEIGHTLEY, William Hamilton Robert agent Adelaide 1910 Application 25751

KEIL, Ernestine Emmeline wife of Johann Herrmann Keil labourer Tanunda, formerly wife of the late Traugott Wilhelm LINDNER butcher near Tanunda, who died 7/10/1882 Gawler Belt intestate, and daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm SCHUBERT blacksmith near Tanunda 1906 Application 25255

KEILOR, Christian labourer Hope Valley 1865 Application 6966

KEILY, Michael farmer Little Para 1858 Memorial 245/139

No 1

KEIREL, Matthew labourer The Parade Norwood 1854 Memorial 194/75

KEIREL, Matthew gardener Norwood 1859 Memorial 332/165

KEIREL, Matthew gardener Norwood 1860 Memorial 332/165

KEIREL, Matthew (sometimes written as KEIREO) formerly labourer The Parade, Norwood 1854 but now railway ganger Bowden 1878. He could not write Application 16686

KEIREL, Matthew railway ganger Bowden 1879, had been in SA for at least 20 years. He was illiterate. William RADFORD bootmaker Bridgewater knew him all that time Application 16686

KEIREL, Matthew railway ganger Norwood 1886 Application 20905

KEISE, Friedrich Heinrich Adolph hairdresser Pt Adelaide 1906 Application 25120

KEITH, Alfred leather merchant Adelaide (127 Hindley St) and Alma Lily Keith his wife 1924 Memorial 133/491

No 1

KEITH, George carpenter Norwood 1853[-1857] Memorial 439/57

KEITH, George formerly carpenter Norwood 1855 but now of Tokomairiro Otago, New Zealand 1867 Application 8234

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KEKWICK, Daniel gentleman Adelaide, local attorney for Thomas Cobden RANDALL Esquire Chichester, Sussex, England 1843 Application 2728

KEKWICK, Daniel clerk to Jacob HAGEN merchant Adelaide 1845 Memorial 192/5

KEKWICK, Daniel gentleman Adelaide (Carrington St), a member of the Methodist New Connection in Adelaide 1845 Memorial 269/43

KEKWICK, Daniel merchant Adelaide 1858 Memorial 321/147

KEKWICK, Daniel formerly gentleman 1854 but now miller Adelaide 1865 Application 6391

KEKWICK, D commission agent Adelaide 1873 Memorial 54/269

KEKWICK, Daniel the Younger broker Adelaide 1876, the eldest son and heir at law of the late Daniel Kekwick the Elder formerly gentleman Adelaide 1846. Lucy CAPPER was a sister of D Kekwick the Younger Application 15662

KEKWICK, Daniel agent The Exchange Adelaide 1882 He was accountant and bookkeeper to John Baker from 1846 until the latter’s death, and since that time accountant and bookkeeper to the trustees of the estate of John Baker Application 19183

KEKWICK, LS clerk to RN COLLEY of Adelaide 1883 Memorial 116/352

KEKWICK, William Darton storekeeper Kooringa 1850 Memorial 84/25

KELAKER, Timothy overseer Chain of Ponds. Hundred of Para Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 190 County Adelaide

KELCEY, Alfred Simon storekeeper Balhannah 1933[-1945] Memorial 81/507, Application 28426

No 1

KELCEY, Richard bullock driver SA 1848 Application 12781

KELCEY, Richard bullock driver in SA 1848 Memorial 74/267

KELCEY, Richard farmer Balhannah 1849 Memorial 183/15

KELCEY, Richard, married Frances nee ? , on 1/8/1839 Wormshill parish church, Kent, England. Family consisted of Frances Kelcey born 5/3/1841, Richard William Kelcey born 28/3/1843, Jane Emma Kelcey born 9/1/1847, Alfred James Kelcey born 1/9/1855. Richard Kelcey died intestate 12/9/1855 Balhannah, accidental drowning. Richard William Kelcey farmer Balhannah, eldest son and heir at law. He inherited pt Section 4208 Hundred of Onkaparinga, 53 acres, on which the township of Balhannah had been laid out on the remaining 27 acres of the same section Application 11819

No 1

KELCEY, Richard William farmer Balhannah 1897 Application 23491

KELCEY, Frances Lavinia 27 spinster Balhannah (Father; Richard William Kelcey) married James Phillip JOHNCOCK 34 bachelor farm hand Balhannah (Father: John Austin Johncock) on 29/7/1911 St Thomas's Balhannah. Minister: RM TURNBULL. Witnesses: George Johncock the Younger labourer Balhannah and L Kelsey unmarried Balhannah. Alfred Simon Kelcey born 9/1/1893, the son of Richard William Kelcey gardener Balhannah and his wife Eliza Lavinia nee WARLAND 1915 Application 26459

KELCEY, Richard William farmer Balhannah, died 7/9/1902 Parkside. He left his estate in trust to his sister, Jane Emma JOHNCOCK, of Balhannah, to administer until his youngest child turned 21; then his children, Jane Eliza Kelcey, Frances Lavinia Kelcey, Louisa Kelcey, Richard William Kelcey and Alfred Simon Kelcey, were to inherit the estate equally. Louisa Kelcey spinster late of Coonalpyn, died Balhannah 9/9/1917 intestate and without a parent. Letters of administration to her brother, Alfred Simon Kelcey storekeeper Coonalpyn. Application 27409

KELCEY, Richard William farmer Balhannah, died 7/9/1902 Parkside. He left his £2,000 estate with his sister Jane Emma JOHNCOCK married woman Balhannah, to administer on behalf of his children until the youngest child turned 21 - by 1925 Jane Eliza Kelcey spinster Balhannah, Frances Lavinia Johncock married woman, Richard William Kelcey orchardist Balhannah and Alfred Simon Kelcey storekeeper Balhannah. Another daughter, Louisa Kelcey spinster Coonalpyn, had died 9/9/1917 Balhannah. At that time AS Kelcey was a storekeeper of Coonalpyn Application 27409

No 1

KELCEY, Thomas sawyer Penwortham 1849 Memorial 295/15

KELSEY, Thomas [formerly sawyer Penwortham but now] of Maldon Vic 1859 Application 782

No 1

KELCHER, Michael farmer Hundred of Erskine 1887[-1888] Memorial 145/384

KELCHER, Michael farmer Mannanarie 1896 Memorial 2/428

KELE, Thomas Smith farmer Willunga 1845 Memorial 320/5

No 1

KELEHER, Timothy labourer Hundred of Para Wirra 1857 Memorial 127/113

KELEHER, Timothy formerly labourer Hundred of Para Wirra 1857 but now overseer Chain of Ponds 1869 Application 10357

KELEHER, Timothy of Millbrook, died 30/1/1879. His wife, Ellen Keleher, died 14/12/1901. All four daughters and 3 sons still living 1902 - Ellen Keleher, Bridget Keleher, Catherine Keleher, and Mary Keleher (now Mary ERICKSEN wife of Frank Ericksen) and Timothy Constantine Keleher, Daniel Keleher and Cornelius Keleher Application 24441

KELEHER, Timothy farmer Millbrook died 30/1/1879 Adelaide. Proceeds of the estate to his wife, Ellen Keleher, in trust for life, then in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant to his children. Trustees Charles Burton HARDY solicitor Adelaide and Thomas Wilson CORBIN surgeon Adelaide. Ellen Keleher died 14/12/1901. By agreement, land not sold during her lifetime. 21/4/1902, Now, freehold land to be sold. Ellen Keleher spinster Millbrook, Bridget Keleher spinster Mill brook, Catherine Keleher spinster Millbrook, Timothy Constantine Keleher farmer Millbrook, Samuel Keleher farmer Millbrook, Cornelius Francis Keleher mine manager Green Bushes WA, Mary Ericksen wife of Frank ERICKSEN and matron of the Omeo Hospital Omeo Vic Deposit 87/1879

KELEHER, Timothy no description now deceased 1902. Family included - Ellen Keleher spinster Millbrook, Bridget Keleher spinster Millbrook, Catherine Keleher spinster Millbrook, Timothy Constantine Keleher farmer Millbrook, Daniel Keleher farmer Millbrook, Cornelius Francis Keleher mine manager Green Bushes WA and Mary ERICKSEN matron Omeo Hospital Omeo Vic wife of Frank Ericksen Memorial 250/445

No 1

KELEY, Clarence Charles civil servant Peterhead 1937 Memorial 50/511

KELEY, Clarence Charles public servant 86 Hargrave St, Semaphore 1952 Application 28860

No 1

KELEY, William labourer Pt Lincoln and Susanna Keley his wife 1871 Memorial 135/252

KELEY, William labourer formerly of Pt Lincoln but then of Pt Adelaide and Susanna Keley his wife 1875 Application 14631

No 1

KELF, Frederick George of Findon 1863 Memorial 81/190

KELF, Frederick George farmer Findon 1881 Memorial 47/328

KELF, Frederick George farmer Findon, died c1906. Husband of Ellen Kelf Memorial 197/454

KELF, Ellen widow of FG Kelf, who died 1906, leaving all his estate to his wife, Ellen Kelf Application 25506

KELHAM, Charles W of Guichen Bay 1851 Memorial 105/37

No 1

KELL, Frederick Polhill chaff merchant Unley Park 1921 Application 27029

KELL, Frederick Polhill chaff merchant Unley Park 1923 Memorial 46/487

KELL, Frederick Polhill farmer Willunga 1938 Application 28115

KELL, Frederick Polhill formerly chaff merchant Unley Park but now farmer Willunga 1942 Memorial 62/51

No 1

KELL, John farmer Gawler Plains 1855 Memorial 77/94

KELL, John farmer Gawler Plains 1862 Application 2884

No 1

KELL, Lewes farmer Unley Park 1877 Application 16393

KELL, Lewes farmer Unley 1882[-1884] Memorial 107/337

KELL, Lewes gentleman Unley 1884 Application 20358

KELL, Lewes chaff merchant Unley 1891 Memorial 113/410

KELL, Lewes farmer Unley Park 1909 Memorial 4/461

No 1

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Kensington and Dorothy Kell his wife 1840 Application 14422

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 493/3

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Willunga; Perhaps a relative, William Polhill Kell Esquire, lived Lewes, Sussex, England 1846 Memorial 233/29

KELL, Thomas Smith sheep farmer Willunga 1851 Memorial 302/37

KELL, Thomas Smith and James HUGHES slate merchants and co-partners Willunga 1853 Memorial 275/62

KELL, Thomas Smith slate merchant Willunga 1855 Memorial 247/80

KELL, Thomas Smith Esquire Willunga 1859 Memorial 13/149

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Willunga 1860[-1867] Memorial 90/166

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Willunga linked with William Polhill Kell Esquire Lewes, Sussex, England 1861 Memorial 170/186

KELL, Thomas Smith gentleman Unley, and Dorothy Kell his wife 1870 Memorial 232/359

KELL, Thomas Smith farmer Unley 1873 Memorial 238/265

KELL, Thomas Smith gentleman formerly of Willunga but now of Unley Park 1874 Memorial 113/273

KELL, Thomas Smith gentleman formerly of Willunga but now of Mitcham 1877 Memorial 104/309

KELL, Dorothy widow Unley linked with Frances Ann Kell and Katherine Kell spinsters Unley 1884 Memorial 61/361

KELL, William Polhill Esquire Lewes, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Josiah PARTRIDGE solicitor Adelaide, to transfer farm land near Willunga to Thomas Smith Kell farmer near Willunga 1848 Application 15869

No 1

KELLAWAY, Stanley wheat agent Kooringa 1929 Memorial 189/501

KELLAWAY, Stanley agent Kooringa 1934 Memorial 190/507

KELLAWAY, Stanley wheat agent Kooringa 1936 Member of the Burra Hospital Board Application 28023

KELLAWAY, Thomas Stone butcher North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 393/17

No 1

KELLAWAY, William labourer Copperhouse near Kooringa 1920[-1932] Memorial 82/481

KELLAWAY, William retired Copperhouse, aged 68 in 1955, declared he had lived in the Burra district for 30 years Application 29034

KELLE, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Hynam land grant 1874 Grant Book 29 Page 162 County MacDonnell

KELLER, Carl Ernst farmer Wirrabara. Zion Lutheran Church trustee 1929 Memorial 88/502

No 1

KELLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Langmeil 1850 Memorial 253/26

KELLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851 Memorial 452/34

KELLER, Carl Friedrich farmer Greenock Creek 1853[-1855] Memorial 146/58

No 1

KELLER, Friedrich Ewald farmer Friedrichswalde 1886 Memorial 194/376

KELLER, Friedrich Ewald farmer Rocky Plain near Robertstown 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

KELLER, Johann Carl Wilhelm of Friedrichswalde Hundred of Appila land grant 1880 Grant Book 24 Page 502 County Frome

KELLER, Johann Gottlob farmer Greenock 1856[-1865] Memorial 348/99

No 1

KELLER, Julius Heinrich Robert miller Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 166/84

KELLER, Julius Heinrich Robert farmer Nuriootpa 1858 Memorial 55/144

KELLER, Wilhelm and Johann Gottlob farmers Light Pass 1856 Memorial 142/95

KELLETT, Francis Joseph dairyman Glanville 1914 Application 26291

KELLETT, John stone mason Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1852[-1855] Memorial 313/42

KELLETT, Mary married woman Glanville 1906 Application 25240

KELLETT, Patrick miller Alberton 1881 Application 18582

KELLEY, Harry Thomas contractor and farmer McLaren Vale and Hannah Peare Kelley his wife 1927 Memorial 132/497

KELLEY, John farmer Kanyaka 1889 Memorial 247/398

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KELLEY, William the Elder carpenter Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 299/33

KELLEY, William the Elder carpenter Allendale near Kapunda 1874, died 29/9/1882. Father of William Kelley the Younger of Allendale and Ann JOHNS widow who lived with her father at Allendale. Grandfather of John Johns. Estate worth £10 Memorial 130/445

KELLEY, William carpenter Allen Creek, died 29/9/1882, of general decay of nature, age 85. Former Allendale Bible Christian Chapel trustee Application 21691

KELLEY, William the Elder carpenter Allendale, died 29/9/1882. His estate worth £10. His clock to his son, William Kelley the Younger. His daughter, Ann JOHNS widow Allendale, to get the rest of the estate. William Kelley the Younger farmer Orroroo, died 14/6/1920. His estate worth £700. He left his whole estate to his wife, Frances Kelley absolutely. His son, Henry Kelley engineer Orroroo to be one of the executors Application 27870

KELLEY, William the Younger carpenter Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 302/33

KELLEY, William farmer Allen Creek 1853 Memorial 276/65

KELLEY, William miller Allendale North 1867 Memorial 170/226

KELLEY, William the Younger miller Allendale near Kapunda 1871 Memorial 7/255

KELLEY, William the Younger (often misspelt Kelly) carpenter Allen Creek 1871 Application 11312

KELLING, William shepherd FS Dutton's Upper Julia Station 1844 Memorial 381/3

KELLOCK, Archibald William grazier formerly of the Thistlebeds near Burra but then of Kangaroo St, Burra, died 28/8/1960 Memorial 167/534

KELLOCK, Arthur Lillie and John Kellock graziers Kooringa. Kooringa Methodist Church trustees 1926 Memorial 171/494

No 1

KELLOCK, George, John and William farmers Burra. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 10 County Burra Farmers Thistlebeds. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

KELLOCK, George farmer Baldina 1885 Memorial 10/370

KELLOCK, George, John the Elder and Mary Ann sheepfarmers Baldina. John Kellock the Younger mentioned but not described 1897 Memorial 227/432

KELLOCK, George farmer Baldina. Hundred of King land grant 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 93 County Burra

KELLOCK, George sheepfarmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 15 County Burra

KELLOCK, James butcher Wallaroo 1863 Memorial 186/190

No 1

KELLOCK, John farmer South Para 1854 Memorial 53/68

KELLOCK, John farmer Barossa 1856 Memorial 284/108

KELLOCK, John farmer The Barossa near Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 264/126

KELLOCK, John sheep farmer Barossa and Margaret Lillie Kellock his wife 1858 Memorial 336/143

No 2

KELLOCK, John farmer Thistlebeds. Hundred of King land grant 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 93 County Burra

KELLOCK, John grazier Thistlebeds 1912 Application 26148

KELLOCK, John grazier Kooringa 1926 Application 27501

KELLOCK, John and Arthur Lillie Kellock graziers Kooringa 1937 Memorial 40/511

KELLOCK, John and KELLOCK, Arthur Lillie graziers Burra 1952 Application 28886

KELLOCK, Malcolm Teasdale grazier Burra 1950 Memorial 145/525

No 1

KELLOCK, William farmer Baldina, died c1894. Husband of Mary Ann Kellock. Estate worth £1,750 Memorial 202/447

KELLOCK, Mary Ann widow Thistlebeds. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 15 County Burra.

KELLOCK, Mary Ann widow Baldina, executrix under the will of the late William Kellock formerly farmer Hundred of King but now deceased 1903 Grant Book 9 Page 93 County Burra

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELLOGG, John fish hawker Alberton 1894 Application 22818

KELLOGG, John William Henry fish merchant Alberton 1904 Application 24862

KELLOGG, John William Henry hawker King St, Alberton 1924, declared that he had lived in the area since before 1882 Application 27247

KELLOGG, John Henry out of business 82 King St, Alberton, died c1943. Husband of Alice Mary Kellogg. Father of Harold John Kellogg, Clarence Philip Kellogg, George Ernest Kellogg, Margaret Jane WEAR, Eva Gertrude Hannah REYNOLDS, Alice Mildred TERRELL Florence Lavinia BURMAN and Doris May SHILLINGFORD Memorial 25/517

KELLY, A farmer Smithfield 1894 Application 22695

No 1

KELLY, Adam farmer Glenhannah 1853[-1858] Memorial 48/55

KELLY, Adam farmer Woodside 1856 Memorial 14/151

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KELLY, Adam farmer Humphrey Springs Co Gawler 1859 Memorial 338/148

KELLY, Adam farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 55 County Gawler

KELLY, Adam farmer formerly of Humphrey Springs 1857 but now of Alma Plains 1871 Application 11822

No 1

KELLY, Albion Henry chaff merchant Modbury linked with Edwin William Kelly farmer Modbury and Mary Ann Kelly widow Modbury. Henry Kelly mentioned but not described 1912 Memorial 205/466

KELLY, Albion Henry chaff merchant Modbury 1926, a son of Robert Symonds Kelly farmer Modbury Application 27455

No 1

KELLY, Alexander Charles Esquire Morphett Vale 1845 Memorial 293/4

KELLY, Alexander Charles Doctor of Medicine Trinity Morphett Vale 1849 Memorial 320/15

KELLY, Alexander Charles gentleman Tintara McLaren Vale 1871 Memorial 187/253

KELLY, Alexander Charles gentleman Tintara McLaren Vale, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to William Lennox CLELAND gentleman McLaren Vale, to manage his SA business affairs 22/5/1871 Deposit 102/1871

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KELLY, Angus William farmer Booleroo 1876[-1900] Memorial 13/294, Application 22648

KELLY, Angus William farmer Booleroo trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 620 County Frome

KELLY, Angus William farmer Booleroo Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1886 Grant Book 24 Page 630 County Frome

KELLY, AW JP of Booleroo 1890 Memorial 115/406

No 1

KELLY, Ann spinster Cudlee Creek 1853 Memorial 483/57

KELLY, Ann spinster landowner North Adelaide 1853[-1855] Memorial 472/55

KELLY, Ann spinster Prospect 1858 Memorial 147/142

No 1

KELLY, Ann Frances widow Norwood 1886 Memorial 34/443

KELLY, Ann Frances widow formerly of Norwood but now of McLaren Vale linked with John George Kelly vigneron McLaren Vale 1901 Memorial 35/443
KELLY, Anne compassionist Norwood 1876 Application 15456

KELLY, Austin farmer Macclesfield 1870[-1877] Memorial 136/246

KELLY, Bridget spinster Sevenhill 1874 Application 14025

KELLY, C storekeeper Lucindale 1908 Memorial 238/45

KELLY, Catherine spinster Mitcham, died 13/8/1909. She left estate to Mary FLYNN wife of James Simon Flynn saddler Adelaide. Executor; Mortimer MCELLIGOTT labourer Mitcham. John McElligott the Younger mentioned but not described Memorial 187/461

KELLY, Cecil James St Leger solicitor Mt Barker 1948 Application 28596

KELLY, Charles butcher Moonta. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 51 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELLY, Christina licensed victualler Adelaide (Crown Inn Currie St) carrying on a trade separately from her husband 1900 Memorial 8/441

KELLY, Christina married woman Thebarton 1911 Application 25969

KELLY, Christina widow Orsmond St, Hindmarsh 1918 Application 26650

KELLY, Daniel labourer Watervale 1866. He had left there by 1870 Application 10938

KELLY, David labourer Watervale, about to leave the province for some time, power of attorney to Charles Houghton RICHARDSON auctioneer and agent Auburn, to manage his SA business affairs 25/8/1868 Application 10938

KELLY, EA JP sheepfarmer Smithfield 1914 Memorial 196/470

No 1

KELLY, Edgar Clarke farmer Second Valley near Yankalilla 1884 Application 20164

KELLY, Edgar Clarke farmer Second Valley near Yankalilla 1884[-1895] Memorial 204/357

KELLY, Edgar Clarke sheepfarmer Second Valley 1901 Memorial 26/444

KELLY, Edgar Clarke formerly farmer Second Valley but now out of business Unley 1924 Application 27236

No 1

KELLY, Edward brewer Walkerville 1859 Memorial 324/154

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KELLY, Edward cooper Walkerville 1873[-1904] Memorial 42/267

KELLY, Edward formerly cooper Walkerville but now out of business Somerton 1905. He declared that he had lived continuously in Walkerville since at least August 1866 Application 24993

No 3

KELLY, Edward and William Henry Kelly of the Hundred of Tickera 1892 Memorial 61/412

No 4

KELLY, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek 1885 Application 20520

KELLY, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek Western Sources of the Torrens 1897 Memorial 48/432

KELLY, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek 1902 Memorial 108/445

KELLY, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek linked with RR Kelly farmer Millbrook 1914 Memorial 38/471

KELLY, Edward farmer Cudlee Creek father of Edward William Kelly and Reginald Randell Kelly farmers Cudlee Creek. John Kelly retired Joslin Payneham mentioned 1919 Memorial 126/478

No 5

KELLY, Edward farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

No 6

KELLY, Edward farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908[-1910] Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

KELLY, Edward farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 223 County Daly

No 7

KELLY, Edward farmer Brucefield 1917 Memorial 38/475

KELLY, Edward farmer Brucefield. His wife, Helen Matilda Kelly, died 3/7/1901 Memorial 192/478

No 8

KELLY, Edward farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 277 County Daly

No 1

KELLY, Edward Arthur farmer Smithfield 1913 Memorial 18/469

KELLY, Edward Arthur farmer formerly of Yelki near Smithfield now of Highgate near Adelaide 1925, son of William Kelly farmer One Tree Hill. Much information about the William Kelly family of Gould Creek Application 27343

KELLY, Edward Arthur out of business formerly of Smithfield but now of Myrtle Ave, Myrtle Bank 1926 Application 27524

KELLY, Edward Arthur formerly of Yelki Smithfield but now out of business Myrtle Bank 1932 Memorial 200/505

KELLY, Elizabeth widow Kooringa 1906 Memorial 65/455

KELLY, Elizabeth Beveridge widow formerly of Medindie but now of Lockleys linked with John Hazel Kelly farmer Gilberton 1921 Memorial 195/482

KELLY, Emily widow Salisbury 1855 Memorial 204/86

KELLY, Esther Fanny spinster 37 Strangways Tce, North Adelaide, died 7/9/1949 Prahran Vic. Sister of Mary Stuart HARVEY. Aunt to William Strathern Harvey farmer Inman Valley, Colin Kelly Harvey farmer Inman Valley, John Kingsley Harvey and David Gould Harvey farmers Gould Creek, Smithfield Memorial 84/526

KELLY, Frances widow Orroroo 1921 (widow of the late William Kelly the Younger formerly of Allen Creek but then of Orroroo, who died 14/6/1920) Memorial 82/482

No 1

KELLY, Henry farmer Yanderfield near Woodside 1855 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 197/102

KELLY, Henry farmer Hundred of Onkaparinga 1858 Memorial 122/154

KELLY, Henry farmer formerly of the Onkaparinga District but now of Maxwell Park near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 26/150

KELLY, Henry farmer near Kapunda 1860 Application 1163

KELLY, Henry gentleman Cambusdoon near Kapunda 1860[-1861] Memorial 109/182

KELLY, Henry farmer formerly of Woodside 1854 but now of Kapunda 1865 Application 6160

KELLY, Henry JP of Cambusdoon near Kapunda 1866 Application 7041

KELLY, Henry gentleman Cambusdoon near Kapunda 1871 Application 11813

KELLY, Henry Esquire Cambusdoon near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 129/286

KELLY, Henry farmer Bagot Well near Kapunda 1875 Memorial 61/280

KELLY, Henry formerly farmer Cambusdoon near Kapunda but now out of business Glenelg 1876 Memorial 2/296

KELLY, Henry formerly farmer Cambusdoon near Kapunda, but now of out of business Glenelg, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to william James FULLARTON gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/6/1876 Deposit 252/1876

No 1

KELLY, Henry Edward farmer Yankalilla Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 626 County Frome

KELLY, Henry Edward farmer Merriton 1885 Memorial 123/367

KELLY, Henry Edward farmer Merriton. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1893 Grant Book 60 Page 236 County Victoria

KELLY, Henry Edward farmer Merriton Hundred of Redhill land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 381 County Daly

No 1

KELLY, Henry George Esquire JP Hamilton on the Light 1871[-1879] Memorial 86/253

KELLY, Henry George farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 170 County Fergusson

KELLY, Henry George JP of Kilkerran 1884 Memorial 145/355

KELLY, Henry George farmer Kilkerran 1891 Memorial 130/410

KELLY, Henry George farmer formerly of near Hamilton on the Light late of Kilkerran, died 25/9/1896. He went to live on Section 1192 Hundred of Gilbert in February 1857 until 1880 when he accompanied his son, John Kelly, to Kilkerran. John O'LEARY was the first tenant to lease the Hamilton land 1898 Application 23602

No 1

KELLY, Henry Thomas contractor and farmer McLaren Vale and Hannah Pearl Kelly his wife 1922 Memorial 94/485

KELLY, Henry Thomas builder Bethany McLaren Vale, died 24/9/1938 Warreena Private Hospital, Lurline St, Mile End, of cancer of the rectum, aged 58. Born in Adelaide. Married aged 28. 2 sons 1 daughter Memorial 162/512

No 1

KELLY, Hugh Craine, John, Robert and Thomas farmers Sulby Farm near Riverton 1885 Memorial 59/364

KELLY, Hugh Craine no description, died 13/1/1891. Linked with John, Thomas and Robert Kelly farmers near Riverton 1893 Memorial 71/417

No 1 - the Elder of the Sturt

KELLY, James labourer Adelaide district 1842 Memorial 361/2

KELLY, James labourer Section 82 Sturt River 1844 Memorial 390/3

KELLY, James farmer The Sturt 1849 Memorial 93/15

KELLY, James farmer The Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1849 Grant Book 1 Page 1 County Adelaide

KELLY, James and John farmers The Sturt 1851 [Either James Kelly father and John Kelly son or brothers James and John Kelly] Memorial 32/30

KELLY, James farmer Section 82 near the Sturt 1851 Memorial 175/44

KELLY, James farmer Section 82 District B 1852[-1856] Memorial 172/45

KELLY, James farmer Section 82 Survey B and Anna Kelly his wife 1855[-1862] Memorial 143/98

KELLY, James farmer The Sturt 1855 Memorial 287/81

KELLY, James labourer Marion 1861 Application 2512

KELLY, James [the Elder] farmer The Sturt, died 23/1/1871. His wife, Anna Kelly, died 27/8/1883 Memorial 59/358

KELLY, James farmer Marion, died 23/1/1871 of organic kidney and heart disease, aged 70. His widow, Anna Kelly late of Marion, died 27/8/1883 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of senile decay and exhaustion, aged 83. Grandson James Kelly of Clare. Richard Kelly farmer Saddleworth probably a relative 1886 Application 20868

KELLY, James the Elder farmer Marion, died 23/1/1872, of organic disease of the kidneys and the bladder, aged 70. His wife, Anna Kelly, died 27/8/1883 Parkside Lunatic Asylum, of senile decay and exhaustion, aged 83. BA MOULDEN solicitor St Peters was a family friend. John Kelly farmer Marion was their son. His eldest son, James Kelly the Younger formerly labourer Bay Road, Ashford, late out of business Grassmere Anzac Highway, and his wife, Ella Kelly nee FORDHAM, had the following family - Roy Falconer Kelly, James Fordham Kelly , Mary Ella Kelly, and Mahalah Hainsworth Kelly, who married 20/8/1921 Alan Stanley TILLETT monumental mason Anzac Highway Grassmere. The Tilletts looked after James Kelley the Younger from October 1923 until the day of his death, 23/9/1942. Roy Falconer Kelly died 7/6/1943 leaving no descendants. James Fordham Kelly was a fireman at Pt Pirie in 1944 Application 28366.

No 2 - the Younger of the Sturt

KELLY, James labourer Marion 1883 Application 19917

KELLY, James teamster Clare [grandson of James and Anna Kelly of The Sturt and son of John Kelly] linked with Richard Kelly farmer Saddleworth son of James and Anna Kelly of The Sturt now deceased 1884 Memorial 105/355, Application 20868

Kelly, James the Younger formerly of Bay Road, Ashford but late of Grassmere Anzac Highway, died 1942. Mahalah Hainsworth TILLETT married woman Grassmere Anzac Highway, aged 48 in 1943, declared that she was James Kelly the Younger's daughter and great-granddaughter of James Kelly the Elder and Anna Kelly (She died 29/8/1883). This couple was also the parents of Richard Kelly. Eliza Alice Baker, aged 77 in 1943, declared that she was a sister to James Kelly the Younger Application 28349

No 3

KELLY, James farmer Munno Para 1853 Memorial 185/54

KELLY, James schoolmaster Uley 1864 Memorial 324/195

KELLY, James farmer and schoolmaster Gawler Plains 1866 Memorial 43/213

KELLY, James schoolmaster near One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

No 4

KELLY, James farmer Dry Creek 1854 Memorial 46/219

No 5

KELLY, James farmer Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 73/110

KELLY, James farmer near Turnip Point Gilbert River 1863 Memorial 261/187

KELLY, James farmer near Finniss Point on the Gilbert River 1863 Memorial 112/524

KELLY, James farmer formerly of Mt Barker 1856 but now of Riverton 1870 Application 10877

KELLY, James Esquire JP Sunnybrae near Riverton 1880 Memorial 176/326

KELLY, James farmer Cumberland Farm near Riverton 1892 Application 22242

No 6

KELLY, James farmer Evanston 1866 Memorial 39/215

KELLY, James farmer Pinkerton Plains, died 30/11/1888. Estate worth £170. His widow, Bridget Kelly widow near Wasleys, died 27/4/1887. Her eldest son, James Joseph Kelly formerly farmer Wasleys but now mounted constable Clare 1888, inherited the bulk of the estate. Other people who inherited estate included her son Paul Kelly, her grandchildren Mary Ann and Sissy MURPHY, and her youngest daughter Agnes FARRELLY. JJ KELLY was at Gladstone by 1891. Estate worth £80 Application 22054

No 7

KELLY, James farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 117 County Victoria

No 8

KELLY, James farmer Edwardstown 1881 Memorial 167/330

KELLY, James horse dealer West Thebarton and Christina Kelly his wife 1910 Memorial 175/462

No 9

KELLY, James the Younger of Coonatto 1885 Memorial 159/366

KELLY, James the Younger farmer Coonatto 1896 Memorial 36/429

No 10

KELLY, James navvy Lower Mingary Out of Hundreds. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

No 11

KELLY, James farmer Giles Corner 1893 Memorial 49/418

No 12

KELLY, James farmer Woodside 1901 Memorial 200/443

No 13

KELLY, James farmer Hornsdale. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1902[-1903] Grant Book 13 Page 57 County Dalhousie

No 13

KELLY, James navvy Lower Mingary Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 65 Page 168 County Not named

No 14

KELLY, James farmer St Peters Co Adelaide. Hundred of Roby land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 21 County Buccleuch

KELLY, James Birmingham Esquire Adelaide 1839 Memorial 93/4

KELLY, James Edward blacksmith Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 443 County Victoria

KELLY, James Fordham fireman Pt Pirie 1944 Memorial 179/517

KELLY, James Gorman labourer Hallett. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1904 Grant Book 8 Page 99 County Burra

KELLY, James Joseph mounted constable Melrose 1906 Memorial 141/454

KELLY, James M farmer Kingswood 1885 Memorial 1/370

No 1

KELLY, Jeremiah farmer Dry Creek 1854 Hundred of Waterloo land purchase Memorial 137/73

KELLY, Jeremiah farmer near Black Springs 1866 Memorial 47/219

No 1

KELLY, John land owner Cumberland Farm Mt Barker District 1848. Inverbrackie Presbyterian Church trustee Enrolment 33/4

KELLY, John farmer Inverbrackie 1851 Memorial 325/38

KELLY, John and William farmers Mt Barker 1851 Memorial 397/35

KELLY, John storekeeper Adelaide 1852[-1858] linked with James, Henry and Joseph Kelly farmers Cumberland Farm near Inverbrackie and William Kelly farmer Glen Hannah near Inverbrackie 1852 Memorial 232/44

KELLY, John grocer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 10/69

KELLY, John storekeeper Adelaide 1856[-1859] Hundred of Gilbert land grant Memorial 30/102

KELLY, John grocer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1862 Memorial 286/186

No 2

KELLY, John farmer Morphett Vale 1851 Memorial 89/41

KELLY, John farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1873] Memorial 485/49

KELLY, John the Elder farmer Morphett Vale, died c1886. Estate to Mary Kelly spinster, John Kelly the Younger farmer and Patrick Kelly farmer all of Morphett Vale Application 21010

No 3

KELLY, John farmer The Sturt 1851[-1855] Memorial 94/48

KELLY, John farmer formerly of The Sturt but now of Pallas Hill [Perhaps Hundred of Nuriootpa?] 1861 Memorial 129/173

No 4

KELLY, John mariner Pt Adelaide 1854[-1855] Memorial 413/68

KELLY, John of Jane St, Pt Adelaide, died c1867. He left his 3-room cottage and land in Jane St to trustees 'for the benefit of my four children - Ellen Kelly, Edward James Kelly, John Kelly and William George Kelly Memorial 240/226

No 5

KELLY, John shoemaker Woodville 1857 Memorial 75/130

No 6 - perhaps the same person

KELLY, John gentleman Adelaide 1860 Application 1191

KELLY, John agent Adelaide (Currie St) 1872[-1876] Memorial 138/261

KELLY, John agent Adelaide 1877 Application 15924.

KELLY, John agent Adelaide 1882 Application 19425.

KELLY, John agent Adelaide 1883 Memorial 177/347

KELLY, John agent Adelaide 1891 Application 22129.

KELLY, John agent Marryatville, died 18/2/1892, of morbus cordis, aged 72 Application 25553

No 7

KELLY, John miner Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1868 Grant Book 66 Page 164a County Taunton

KELLY, John teamster Blinman. Blinman North (Hundred of Carr) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 66 Page 166 County Taunton

KELLY, John farmer Goodwood Road 1869 Memorial 12/237

No 8

KELLY, John agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 218 County Victoria

KELLY, John farmer near Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 122 County Gawler

No 9

KELLY, John and Patrick Dennis Kelly farmers near Belair 1876 Memorial 66/287

KELLY, John farmer Belair 1877 Memorial 187/298

No 10

KELLY, John storekeeper Kooringa 1876 Memorial 185/290

No 11 - perhaps a continuation of No 10

KELLY, John porter Aberdeen near Kooringa 1881 Application 18851

No 12

KELLY, John farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 125 County Victoria

KELLY, John farmer Belalie. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 131 County Victoria

KELLY, John labourer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

No 12

KELLY, John farmer Sulby Farm near Riverton 1880[-1881] Memorial 79/330

KELLY, John farmer Riverton linked with William Kelly farmer One Tree Hill and Elizabeth Ann Kelly widow Largs Bay 1906 Memorial 91/455

KELLY, John farmer Riverton linked with William Kelly farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para and Elizabeth Ann Kelly widow formerly of Kent Town but now of One Tree Hill 1906 Memorial 125/456

KELLY, John formerly farmer Sulby Riverton but at present residing at Second Ave, Joslin linked with William Kelly farmer One Tree Hill and Elizabeth Ann Kelly widow formerly of Largs Bay but at present of Edwin Tce, Gilberton 1911 Memorial 32/465

KELLY, John farmer Sulby Farm near Riverton 1897 Application 23422

KELLY, John farmer formerly of Sulby Farm near Riverton but now of Joslin Payneham 1917 Application 26510

KELLY, John retired farmer Joslin Payneham 1921. Probably a member of the Cudlee Creek Kelly family Application 26885

No 13

KELLY, John farmer Hamilton farmer Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

No 14

KELLY, John farmer near Stockton, California, USA and Catherine Kelly his wife had business interests in SA 1883 Memorial 25/355

No 15

KELLY, John teamster Cradock Cradock (Hundred of Wirreanda) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 28 Page 30 County Granville

KELLY, John labourer Cradock 1885 Memorial 120/371

No 16

KELLY, John teamster Orroroo Co Dalhousie. Olary (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1888 Grant Book 65 Page 193 County Not named

No 17 - perhaps the same person

KELLY, John farmer Kanyaka 1885 Memorial 30/369

KELLY, John blacksmith Kanyaka 1889[-1890] Memorial 170/395

No 18 - likely to be the same person

KELLY, John, Edward and Henry George the Younger farmers Kilkerran and Tickera carrying on business under the style or firm of Kelly Bros 1893 Memorial 183/418

KELLY, John JP farmer Brucefield 1895 Memorial 43/424

No 19

KELLY, John farmer near Riverton [son of William Kelly the Elder farmer One Tree Hill] 1894 Memorial 155/422

KELLY, John and James SCHOLEFIELD auctioneers Riverton 1896 Memorial 133/428

No 20 – perhaps the same person

KELLY, John farmer Malvern Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

KELLY, John farmer Hawthorn Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 49 County Chandos

No 21

KELLY, John farmer Gilberton linked with Norman Stanley Kelly farmer formerly of Mt Templeton but now of Pooraka, and Elizabeth Beveridge Kelly widow Lockleys 1917 Memorial 87/482

No 1

KELLY, John George vineyard manager McLaren Vale 1892[-1894] Memorial 209/413

KELLY, John George JP vinegrower McLaren Vale 1897 Memorial 198/430

KELLY, John George gentleman Glenelg 1914 Application 26364

KELLY, John George vigneron formerly of McLaren Vale but now of Glenelg 1920 Memorial 6/480

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KELLY, John Gould school boy Gould Creek 1872 Memorial 246/259

KELLY, John Gould and William farmers Gould Creek 1880 Memorial 240/327

KELLY, John Gould the Elder farmer formerly of Tarlee but now of Riverton linked with John Gould Kelly the Younger farmer Tarlee 1936 Memorial 101/510

KELLY, John Gould formerly the Younger farmer Tarlee 1940 Memorial 94/515

KELLY, John Herbert farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1927 Grant Book 12 Page 151 County Chandos

KELLY, John Richard accountant Bridgewater 1951 Memorial 149/526

No 1

KELLY, John Robert farmer Broughton (later Redhill) Co Daly. Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Crystal Brook Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

KELLY, John Robert farmer Cornhill Yankalilla linked with Robert Kelly farmer formerly of Yankalilla but now of Kensington Park 1885 Memorial 2/364

KELLY, John Robert farmer Bald Hills near Yankalilla 1885[-1896] Memorial 125/368, Application 22648

No 1

KELLY, John Thomas contractor North Adelaide 1883 Memorial 130/347

KELLY, Jane widow North Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 3/2/1883 Deposit 41/1883

KELLY, John Thomas contractor North Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 1/2/1883 Deposit 40/1883

KELLY, John Thomas and Jane widow both formerly of North Adelaide but now of Bathurst NSW linked with Patrick Kelly contractor Blackall Qld 1883 Memorials 160 & 161/350

No 1

KELLY, Joseph labourer Cheltenham near Tam-O’Shanter Belt 1851 Memorial 482/36

KELLY, Joseph licensed victualler Adelaide 1855[-1856]. He had dealings with YOUNG's Hotel at Penrice Memorial 83/85

KELLY, Joseph smelter Burra Burra 1858 Memorial 313/142

KELLY, Joseph labourer Thebarton and Sarah Kelly his wife 1858 Memorial 114/146

KELLY, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1859 Memorial 329/155

KELLY, Joseph labourer Cheltenham now deceased by 1885. He had been living at Wallaroo in 1863 Application 20542.

KELLY, Joseph the Elder, died 28/3/1882. Husband of Sarah Kelly. Father of Joseph Kelly the Younger and Mary Kelly. Joseph Kelly the Younger was a licensed victualler at Coolgarra Qld in 1904 Memorial 111/451, Application 29215

No 1 – the Elder

KELLY, Joseph farmer Humphrey Springs 1859 Application 788

KELLY, Joseph farmer Humphrey Springs Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 55 County Gawler

KELLY, Joseph farmer Alma Co Gawler Hundred of Everard land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 395 County Stanley

KELLY, Joseph farmer Mt Templeton Hundred of Everard land grant 1884 Grant Book 56 Page 397 County Stanley

KELLY, Janet Inglis spinster Alma [eldest child of Joseph Kelly and Agnes nee INGLIS] Hundred of Stow land grant 1883 Grant Book 56 Page 447 County Stanley

No 2 – the Younger

KELLY, Joseph the Younger farmer Everard Hundred of Everard land grant 1898 Grant Book 56 Page 398 County Stanley

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELLY, Joseph farmer Tarlee [Probably from the Gould Creek Kellys] 1876 Memorial 249/288

KELLY, Joseph farmer Wauraltee Pt Victoria township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 206 County Fergusson

KELLY, Joseph of Pt Victoria trustee cemetery Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 222 County Fergusson

KELLY, Joseph farmer Urania Maitland trustee school Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 224 County Fergusson

KELLY, Joseph farmer Wauraltee 1887 Memorial 13/382

KELLY, Joseph farmer Maitland 1892 Memorial 130/413

KELLY, Joseph farmer Maitland Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1893 Grant Book 19 Page 226 County Fergusson

KELLY, Joseph farmer Yorke Valley 1896 Application 23142

KELLY, Joseph Walter farmer Riverton. Riverton Methodist Church trustee 1926 Memorial 176/494

No 1

KELLY, Margaret widow Glen Hannah 1853[-1858] linked with Adam Kelly farmer Glen Hannah [prob the Woodside Kellys - mother and son] Memorial 40/55

KELLY, Margaret widow Norwood 1858 Memorial 210/146

No 2 - likely the relict of a John Kelly who did not necessarily come to SA

KELLY, Margaret widow Morphett Vale 1853[-1855] Memorial 162/51 Linked with Thomas Bell Kelly Esquire and Alexander C Kelly no description both of Morphett Vale 1855 Memorial 32/90

KELLY, Margaret widow Morphett Vale, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Thomas Bell KELLY Esquire Morphett Vale, to manage her SA business affairs 30/12/1854. He handed the power of attorney to Edward Amand WRIGHT gentleman Adelaide on 24/1/1855 Deposit 260/OA

KELLY, Margaret widow formerly of Morphett Vale but now absent from the said province 1855 Memorial 340/90

No 1

KELLY, Martin farmer The Sturt 1853[-1856] Memorial 97/48

KELLY, Martin farmer Marion 1857 Memorial 91/123

KELLY, Martin farmer formerly of The Sturt 1856 but now Penwortham 1863 Application 3820

KELLY, Martin farmer formerly of Hill River 1872 but now of near Penwortham 1875 Application 14326

KELLY, Martin farmer Hill River 1875 Memorial 157/282

KELLY, Martin farmer formerly of Marion 1856 but now of near Mintaro 1876 Application 15199

KELLY, Martin farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 31 County Victoria

No 1

KELLY, Mary of Yongala, died c1887 intestate. Letters of administration to William PILKINGTON gentleman Mintaro Memorial 127/388

No 2

KELLY, Mary spinster Thebarton 1900 Application 24084

KELLY, Mervyn Dunn dairyman Katherine St, Pt Noarlunga 1955, son of Hannah Pearl Kelly home duties Pt Noarlunga, who married John Hector MCDONALD grazier Kelso Toolondo Vic, on 14/3/1951 Methodist manse, McLaren Vale. By 1955, Mrs McDonald formerly Kelly lived at Studley Park near Horsham Vic. Hartley Dunn Kelly grazier McLaren Vale apparently also belonged to this family Memorials 56 & 57 & 61/530

No 1

KELLY, Michael farmer Willunga 1850 Memorial 397/19

KELLY, Michael farmer Salisbury 1851 Memorial 339/37

KELLY, Michael farmer near Salisbury 1852 Memorial 276/44

KELLY, Michael farmer formerly of Dublin, Ireland, late of Salisbury SA, married 26/5/1839 Church of the Conception, Marlborough St, Dublin, Emilia nee BRADY . The family lived on pt Section 2227 Hundred of Yatala. Michael Kelly died March/April 1854 Melbourne Vic intestate. His only son and heir at law, Michael Patrick KELLY born c1845 Adelaide, died 6/10/1864 Adelaide Lunatic Asylum, aged 19. The only other child of the marriage was Mary Kelly, who inherited her father’s estate as heir at law. Emilia Kelly widow Salisbury supplied the information 17/8/1865 Applications 6633 & 7438. Was Arthur Brady farmer Salisbury a brother to Mrs Michael Kelly?

No 2
KELLY, Michael farmer Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 104/54

No 3

KELLY, Michael farmer Nairne 1853 Memorial 325/48

KELLY, Michael farmer Kanmantoo 1854 Memorial 14/74

KELLY, Michael farmer The Bremer 1855[-1865] Memorial 388/91

KELLY, Michael farmer Macclesfield 1853 later farmer The Bremer, died c1874. His estate in trust for his son, James Kelly, until he reached 21 in c1883. Trustees: James BROWN farmer The Bremer and Thomas HAWTHORNE farmer Scott’s Creek Application 19928

KELLY, Michael farmer The Bremer, died 1874. He left his entire estate to his wife, Margaret Cronan Kelly, during her widowhood, and then in various bequests as outlined in the will to his children - John, James and Ellen Kelly Memorial 12/279

KELLY, Michael no description, died 28/11/1874. His daughter, Ellen Kelly, died 6/4/1875, an infant. Surviving children by 1893 included - James Kelly farmer Springfield Kanmantoo, Johannah Kelly, and Sarah Kelly Memorial 4/420

No 4

KELLY, Michael of Inglis Flat Tatiara District, executor for the late Patrick Kelly formerly sheep farmer Inglis Flat now deceased 1872 Memorial 5/260

KELLY, Michael stockholder Inglis Flat near Mt Monster in the Tatiara District and Patrick John Kelly sheep farmer Mt Monster, linked with the late Patrick Kelly, who died 13/8/1871, probably a stockholder, who took up pastoral lease land in 1870. [Possibly the Patrick Kelly who came to the South-East in the early 1850s] Memorials 76 & 77/290

KELLY, Michael stockholder Swede Flat 1881 Memorial 47/330

No 5 - perhaps linked with No 4

KELLY, Michael of Messemurray Station 1879[-1882] Memorial 134/319

KELLY, Michael sheep farmer Messemurray Co Robe S-E 1880 Memorial 134/323

No 6

KELLY, Michael labourer Penola 1876[-1877] Memorial 127/290

No 7

KELLY, Michael sheep farmer near Narracoorte 1883[-1884] Memorial 66/350

No 8

KELLY, Michael gentleman Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 234/391

No 9

KELLY, Michael storekeeper Sevenhill 1874 Application 14025

No 10

KELLY, Michael farmer Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 73 County Fergusson

No 11

KELLY, Michael farmer Morphett Vale 1907, declared that his home at Morphett Vale burnt down on 17/3/1858 Application 25370

KELLY, Norman Stanley farmer Kensington linked with Elizabeth Beveridge Kelly widow Medindie 1911 Memorial 188/465

No 1 - the Elder

KELLY, Patrick yeoman Gawler 1849[-1850] Memorial 429/16 Farmer Gawler 1851[-1855] Memorial 12/29 Farmer Evanston near Gawler 1855[-1856] Memorial 258/87

KELLY, Patrick farmer Evanston and Jane Kelly his wife 1856 Memorial 344/111

KELLY, Patrick farmer Evanston near Gawler, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to his wife, Jane KELLY, to manage his SA business affairs 9/12/1856. Power of attorney to Frederick Foote TURNER Esquire Gawler and William James CRAWFORD Esquire Adelaide, to manage his considerable SA business affairs 25/4/1866 Deposits 591/1856 & 194/1866

KELLY, Patrick gentleman formerly of Evanston but now in parts beyond the seas 1857 Memorial 154/120

KELLY, Patrick stockholder Evanston near Gawler 1860 Memorial 323/164

KELLY, Patrick stockholder Evanston near Gawler 1861 Enrolment 67/41

KELLY, Patrick gentleman Evanston near Gawler 1863 Memorial 10/187

KELLY, Patrick stockholder Evanston near Gawler 1866[-1876] Memorial 33/209

KELLY, Patrick gentleman formerly of Evanston near Gawler but now in parts beyond the seas linked with James Kelly farmer Evanston 1866 Memorial 39/215

KELLY, Patrick gentleman formerly of Evanston near Gawler but now of the colony of Victoria 1867 Memorial 91/219

KELLY, Patrick livery stable keeper formerly of Evanston near Gawler but now of Melbourne Vic 1871 Memorial 189/250

KELLY, Patrick livery stable keeper Melbourne Vic and Jane Kelly his wife agreed to a judicial separation in 1871. They owned land in Gawler Memorial 226/255

KELLY, Patrick farmer Evanston near Gawler, died 1/2/1879. He owned a number of rental properties in Gawler. Annuity to his unnamed wife. Estate to his sons, John Thomas Kelly and Patrick Kelly, and trust estate for the benefit of Sydney ROTHWELL who lived with the Kelly family Memorial 35/315

KELLY, Patrick farmer Evanston, died 1/2/1879. Father of Richard Thomas Kelly and James Kelly gentlemen Melbourne Vic by 1901 Memorial 244/443

KELLY, Patrick yeoman Gawler Plains 1850s. Husband of Jane Kelly nee SADLER (daughter of blacksmith Edward SADLER and his wife, a Miss COLLINS). By 1871, the marriage had irretrievably broken down. Mrs Kelly applied to the Supreme Court of SA for a judicial separation. To prevent this occurring, Patrick Kelly, now livery stable keeper Melbourne Vic, agreed on 28/8/1871, to settle land (four houses and shops in a row) in Murray St, Gawler, upon his wife in trust for life, to bring in an income for her of £2/10/- a week. Solicitor John Rudall of Gawler and Bishop Reynolds were the trustees to make sure that the money was paid weekly. [SB Rudall entered John Rudall’s practice as a clerk in 1873, and took over the business in 1882. WR Lewis had taken over the solicitor’s practice of Frederick Foote Turner in 1880, and collected the rents on behalf of the trustees] Mrs Kelly died 20/1/1917 Bathurst NSW, of senile heart failure, aged 93. She had been born in Roscommon Ireland, and lived for 75 years in NSW. She married Patrick Kelly in Bathurst, when she was 18 years old. Two sons, John and Patrick, alive when their mother died. An unnamed daughter had died. Patrick Kelly must have returned to SA, where he farmed at Evanston, and died 1/2/1879. Through their father’s will, the sons inherited two houses/shops in Gawler St each. The rest of the estate to be settled upon Sydney ROTHWELL with whom the testator was living in Evanston, in trust for life, then to be sold and the proceeds distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst all the children of the marriage union. Application 27070

No 2 - the Younger

KELLY, Patrick contractor Blackall Qld, power of attorney to Charles Fletcher FENN and Charles Burton HARDY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/5/1883. Probably a son of Patrick Kelly the Elder of Evanston, Gawler Deposit 14/1883

No 2 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KELLY, Patrick labourer Adelaide 1842 Memorial 379/54

KELLY, Patrick labourer Sturt River and Bridget Kelly his wife 1842 Memorial 459/55

KELLY, Patrick farmer formerly of the Sturt River but now of the South Para and Bridget Kelly his wife 1853 Memorial 103/50

KELLY, Patrick farmer Cockatoo Creek South Para District of Barossa 1858[-1862] Memorial 281/139

KELLY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1851[-1855] Memorial 415/38

KELLY, Patrick farmer Adelaide 1860 Memorial 127/162

KELLY, Patrick farmer [formerly of Kapunda and Adelaide but now of Cockatoo Creek then Valley] 1860[-1861] Memorial 127/162

KELLY, Patrick farmer South Para Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1862 Grant Book 27 Page 261 County Gawler

No 3

KELLY, Patrick farmer Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 158/48

No 4

KELLY, Patrick farmer Mintaro Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 114 County Victoria

No 5

KELLY, Patrick farmer Hill River Co Stanley. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 120 County Victoria

KELLY, Patrick farmer Belalie Co Victoria. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 199 County Dalhousie

KELLY, Patrick contractor Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 72 County Victoria

No 5

KELLY, Patrick storekeeper Hookina. Wonoka (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 5 Page 68 County Blachford

No 6

KELLY, Patrick farmer Narridy 1895[-1902] Memorial 58/424

KELLY, Patrick Aloysius storekeeper Norwood 1930 Memorial 8/504

KELLY, Patrick C farmer Boolcunda East 1890 Memorial 110/405

KELLY, Patrick John sheep farmer Mt Monster 1877 Memorial 70/308

No 1

KELLY, Patrick Joseph articled law clerk Adelaide 1923 Memorial 160/488

KELLY, Patrick Joseph solicitor Pt Lincoln 1933 Application 29222

KELLY, Patrick Joseph solcitor Pt Lincoln 1956, declared that he had begun practising as a solicitor in Pt Lincoln on 1/10/1926 Application 29210

KELLY, Patrick Leo clergyman Pt Lincoln 1930 Memorial 91/503

KELLY, Patrick Michael of Salisbury an infant under the age of 21 years and the eldest son and heir of the late Michael Kelly formerly of Salisbury now deceased 1856 Memorial 345/97

No 1

KELLY, Peter labourer Bay Road 1853[-1854] Memorial 265/51

No 2

KELLY, Peter farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1874 Grant Book 55 Page 32 County Stanley

KELLY, Reginald Randell farmer Cudlee Creek 1920 Application 26885, Memorial 110/487

No 1

KELLY, Richard farmer The Sturt 1854 Memorial 469/83

KELLY, Richard farmer Marion on the Sturt 1879 Memorial 249/314

KELLY, Richard farmer Marion 1873 Application 13181

KELLY, Richard farmer Marion near Adelaide 1882 Linked with William James Kelly farmer Saddleworth Application 19542

KELLY, Richard farmer Saddleworth 1884 Memorial 235/360

KELLY, Richard farmer Marion, died 16/5/1904, of pleuro-pneumonia and cardiac syncope, aged 70 Application 25009

No 1

KELLY, Robert farmer Yankalilla 1850[-1881] Memorial 91/25

KELLY, Robert farmer Bald Hills Hundred of Yankalilla 1856[-1861] Memorial 73/113

KELLY, Robert farmer Corn Hill near Yankalilla 1861 Memorial 322/178

KELLY, Robert farmer Yankalilla Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1864 Grant Book 36 Page 136 County Hindmarsh

KELLY, Robert farmer Bald Hills Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 229 County Victoria

KELLY, Robert farmer Bald Hills Co Adelaide. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 627 County Frome

KELLY, Robert gentleman Kensington [formerly of Yankalilla?] 1890 Memorial 70/404

KELLY, Robert sheep farmer Upper Kensington. An unnamed son lived at Yankalilla 1892 Application 22212

KELLY, Robert formerly farmer Cornhill Bald Hills near Yankalilla but then gentleman Upper Kensington, died 17/5/1893. His family included - John Robert Kelly farmer Cornhill Bald Hills Yankalilla, Angus William Kelly farmer Hylands Hundred of Booleroo, Henry Edward Kelly farmer Merriton, Edgar Clarke Kelly farmer near Second Valley, and Herbert Corlett Kelly farmer Wee Waa NSW Memorial 242/419

KELLY, Robert formerly farmer Cornhill Bald Hills near Yankalilla but then gentleman Upper Kensington, died 17/5/1893. Executors: John Robert Kelly of Cornhill and Angus William Kelly farmer Highlands Hundred of Booleroo 1898 Memorial 125/434

No 2

KELLY, Robert labourer Islington 1854 Memorial 26/267

KELLY, Robert formerly of Islington but now grazier Powlett Plains Co Gladstone Vic 1875 Memorial 25/284

No 3

KELLY, Robert labourer Kapunda purchased an allotment in Kapunda 1860. John WILLIAMS barber Kapunda 1885 declared that he had built a cottage on the site for Robert Kelly over 20 years previously. Robert Kelly was illiterate Application 20579

KELLY, Robert labourer Kapunda stated that his mother had the name of PENDOR/PENDAR/PENDON. Mrs Kelly had died after 1860 but before 1885. Robert Kelly could not write 1885 Application 20579

No 4 - probably the same person

KELLY, Robert minister Yorketown 1876 Memorial 246/288

KELLY, Robert Wesleyan Methodist minister Unley 1892 Memorial 108/413, Application 22271

KELLY, Robert Wesleyan minister Unley and president of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference in SA 1894 Memorial 47/420

KELLY, Robert Methodist Minister Unley, President of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1894 Application 27786

KELLY, Robert George wood machinist Reynella and Mary Kelly his wife 1951 Memorial 134/526, Application 28829

No 3

KELLY, Robert Symons builder Adelaide 1842 Memorial 434/2

KELLY, Robert Symons farmer Dry Creek 1856 Highercombe Land, Building and Investment Society trustee Memorial 334/102

KELLY, Robert Symons farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Trehele near Ardtornish 1857 Memorial 82/127

KELLY, Rollo Lace shearing contractor Melrose and Reta Annie Kelly his wife 1945 Memorial 91/519

KELLY, Sidney Herbert farmer Sandilands 1940 Application 28275

KELLY, Spencer of Cradock 1887 Memorial 80/383

No 1

KELLY, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1838 Application 1889

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KELLY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1847[-1891] Memorial 245/10

KELLY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale, died 5/5/1898 Morphett Vale - brother to Ann Kelly and Mrs Honora CAHILL. Uncle to James, John Patrick and Mary Kelly. Father of Mary O'HALLORAN wife of John O'Halloran. Estate worth £1,000 Memorial 183/217 & Application 23614

No 2

KELLY, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1858 Memorial 81/143

KELLY, Thomas farmer [formerly of Morphett Vale but now of] Noarlunga, died 22/12/1881 Memorial 69/338

No 3

KELLY, Thomas shoemaker Hamilton on the Light 1856[-1857] Memorial 322/108

No 4

KELLY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1861[-1874] Memorial 270/171

KELLY, Thomas licensed victualler Adelaide (Waymouth St) 1864. Likely to be a son/perhaps brother? of the late Patrick Kelly farmer Morphett Vale. James Kelly formerly of Norwood 1864 was Patrick Kelly's heir at law Application 4866

No 5

KELLY, Thomas labourer Thebarton 1875 Memorial 14/285

KELLY, Thomas labourer Thebarton 1875 Application 14559

No 1 FIND - CHECK NAME; OBITS??

KELLY, Thomas Bell Esquire Adelaide used Preliminary Land Order 692 to purchase land grants Sections 294 & 295 Survey B, which later became his farm 1839

Application 21787

KELLY, Thomas Bell gentleman Morphett Vale 1853 Memorial 7/52 Esquire Vawnog near Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 451/70

KELLY, Thomas Bell gentleman Vownich /Vownick Morphett Vale 1859[-1867] Memorial 185/163

KELLY, Thomas Bell farmer Morphett Vale 1876 Memorial 133/292

KELLY, Thomas Bell gentleman Vournog Morphett Vale, died 25/9/1883. He left his entire estate to his wife, Lucy Charles Kelly absolutely Memorial 24/379

KELLY, Lucy Charles widow Adelaide 1890. Relict of the late Thomas Bell Kelly, formerly of Vownog Morphett Vale, but now deceased Application 21787

No 1

KELLY, William the Elder farmer Cudlee Creek 1850 Memorial 160/28

KELLY, William farmer Cudlee Creek, died 31/12/1888. By the next year, his family was disposed thus: his widow, Jane Christian Kelly lived in Kent Town. Daughter Elizabeth MEDLYN wife of Edwin Medlyn of College Park; sons John Kelly farmer Sulby Farm near Riverton, Robert Kelly farmer Merindie near Tarlee and Edward Kelly farmer Cudlee Creek Memorials 59- 61/397

KELLY, William the Elder gentleman Kent Town, died 31/12/1888, of chronic cystitis and uraemia, aged 84 Application 23781

KELLY, William gentleman Cudlee Creek, died 31/12/1888 Norwood. He left his wife, Jane Christian Kelly, an annuity for life of £100 to be raised out of the income of certain lands known as the Cudlee Creek Estate. Edward Kelly farmer Cudlee Creek inherited the property absolutely in remainder expectant provided he pay the annuity in full. Jane Kelly died 13/3/1893 Application 26885

KELLY, Jane Christian widow (relict of William Kelly gentleman) formerly of Kent Town but then of Harrow Rd, College Park, died 13/3/1893 of diarrhoea, aged 74 Application 26510

KELLY, Jane Christian widow Harrow Road, College Park (relict of the late William Kelly formerly gentleman Kent Town, but now deceased) died 13/3/1893 of chronic diarrhoea, aged 74 Memorial 19/485

No 2 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KELLY, William the Elder and William Kelly the Younger carpenters Allen Creek 1851 Memorials 299/33, 302/33

KELLY, William the Elder carpenter Allendale, died 29/9/1882 Allendale. Father of Ann JOHNS widow Allendale (She and her son lived with her father) and grandfather of John Johns no description. Ann Johns died 26/4/1900 Broken Hill NSW. John Johns died 15/2/1902 Broken Hill NSW Application 27870

KELLY, William [formerly the Younger] farmer Orroroo, died 14/6/1920. Husband of Frances Kelly. Father of James Henry Kelly engineer Broken Hill NSW Memorial 54/481, Application 27870

No 3

KELLY, William farmer Allen Creek 1853[-1856] Memorial 276/65

KELLY, William farmer Cumberland Farm, Inverbrackie 1855[-1856] Memorial 357/91

KELLY, William gentleman Ettrick Farm near Woodside [perhaps Section 3511 Hundred of Onkaparinga] 1858 Memorial 148/151

KELLY, William farmer Ettrick Farm near Riverton 1874 Memorial 214/273

KELLY, William farmer formerly of Woodside 1862 but now of near Riverton 1863 Application 4318

No 4 - the Elder

KELLY, William [the Elder] farmer One Tree Hill 1855[-1866] Memorial 248/84

KELLY, William the Elder farmer Gumeracha 1860 Application 1296

KELLY, William the Elder farmer One Tree Hill, died 1/5/1891 Maitland. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Kelly. Father of William Kelly the Younger farmer One Tree Hill. Brother to John Kelly farmer near Riverton. Estate worth £5,000 Memorial 7/411

KELLY, Elizabeth Ann widow One Tree Hill 1891 Application 22097

KELLY, Elizabeth Ann widow formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Kent Town relict of the late William Kelly the Elder formerly farmer One Tree Hill now deceased. Family included; William Kelly the Younger farmer One Tree Hill, Joseph Kelly farmer Maitland, Elizabeth LINKLATER wife of Edward Linklater farmer Wilmington, Edith Jane HARRINGTON wife of David Harrington agent Prospect, Alice ADAMS wife of Alexander farmer Smithfield, Martha Rosa HANNAFORD wife of William John Hannaford sheepfarmer Chain of Ponds, Esther Susan Kelly and Anna Eliza Kelly spinsters formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Kent Town, John Gould Kelly farmer Tarlee, and Edward Arthur Kelly farmer Gould Creek. Executor: John Kelly farmer near Riverton [brother-in-law to EA Kelly] 1891 Memorial 215/410

No 5 - the Younger

KELLY, William the Younger farmer Gould Creek 1853[-1871] Memorial 380/50

KELLY, William the Younger farmer One Tree Hill 1862[-1866] Memorial 380/186

KELLY, William the Younger farmer Gould Creek linked with William Kelly [The Third] farmer Wauraltee Yorke Peninsula 1878 Memorial 147/308

KELLY, William the Younger farmer One Tree Hill linked with William Kelly farmer Yorke Peninsula 1880 Memorial 23/322

KELLY, William the Younger farmer Gould Creek linked with William Kelly farmer Wauraltee 1890 Memorial 213/405

KELLY, William farmer Gould Creek 1872 Enrolment 33/52

KELLY, William the Younger died 1/5/1891. His son, William Kelly [The Third] farmer Wauraltee Yorke Peninsula, died 21/4/1915. His son, Edward Arthur farmer formerly of Yelki near Smithfield but now of Highgate 1925 Memorial 104/492

KELLY, William the Younger farmer One Tree Hill, died 1/5/1891 Maitland, of tetanus, from an accidental injury to his head contracted about 10 days previously, aged 66 Application 23781

KELLY, William farmer One Tree Hill, died 1/5/1891. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Kelly, who went to live at Kent Town soon after her husband's death. Children - William Kelly the Younger farmer One Tree Hill; Joseph Kelly farmer Maitland; Elizabeth LINKLATER wife of Edward Linklater farmer Wilmington; Edith Jane HARRINGTON wife of David Harrington agent Prospect; Alice ADAMS wife of Alexander Adams farmer Smithfield; Martha Rosa HANNAFORD wife of William John Hannaford sheepfarmer Chain of Ponds; Esther Susan Kelly spinster formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Kent Town; Anna Eliza Kelly spinster formerly of One Tree Hill but now of Kent Town; John Gould Kelly farmer Tarlee; Edward Arthur Kelly farmer Gould Creek. Daughter Frances Mary Harrington had already died before her father Deposit 83/1891

No 6 - the Third

KELLY, William farmer Urania near Maitland Yorke Peninsula linked with William Kelly the Younger farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1884 Memorial 163/361

KELLY, William farmer Urania. Joseph Kelly mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 1/406

KELLY, William farmer formerly of Wauraltee but now of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1901 Memorial 198/444

KELLY, William farmer One Tree Hill 1913 Memorial 18/469

KELLY, William [The Third] farmer Gould Creek One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 21/4/1915. Estate worth £17,507. Executor; Edward Arthur Kelly farmer Yelki Smithfield Memorial 41/473

No 7

KELLY, William gardener Clare 1857[-1859] Memorial 57/129

KELLY, William gardener Hundred of Clare 1860 Memorial 208/170

KELLY, William farmer Clare 1868[-1902] Memorial 189/232

No 8

KELLY, William farmer Bloomfield Farm near Saddleworth 1869[-1873] Memorial 178/240

No 9

KELLY, William farmer Rhynie 1875 Memorial 183/297

KELLY, William farmer Rhynie linked with the Kelly family of One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1876 Memorial 50/289

No 10

KELLY, William newspaper editor Clare 1878 Memorial 138/325

No 11

KELLY, William farmer Walloway 1884 Memorial 83/362

No 12

KELLY, William out of business Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1923 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

KELLY, William Ashton farmer Pinnaroo linked with William Henry farmer Pinnaroo 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

No 1

KELLY, William Charles farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para 1913 Memorial 18/469

KELLY, William Charles farmer Gould Creek, died 14/7/1918. Executor; Edward Arthur farmer Yelki Smithfield Memorial 64/493

No 1

KELLY, William Henry farmer Tickera 1887 Memorial 6/389

No 2

KELLY, William Henry farmer Brucefield. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 74 County Chandos

KELLY, William Henry farmer Brucefield trustee Pinnaroo Institute 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 77 County Chandos

No 1

KELLY, William Hyde farmer One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para Co Adelaide. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 75 County Dalhousie

KELLY, William Hyde farmer Mannanarie Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 622 County Frome

KELLY, William James farmer Saddleworth 1885[-1887] Memorial 187/364

KELLY, William Lewis carpenter Hindmarsh and Eliza Kelly his wife 1883 Application 19659

KELLY, WJ storekeeper Aldinga 1902 Memorial 34/447

KELSBY, William farmer Smith Creek 1857 Memorial 304/123

KELSELL, George Henry merchant Cambridge Tce, Malvern 1932 Memorial 99/505

No 1

KELSEY, Alfred James farmer Balhannah 1897 Application 23491

KELSEY, Alfred James farmer and gardener Balhannah, died 20/9/1902 Adelaide. His wife, Anna Louisa Kelsey, died 19/3/1945 Balhannah. Their daughter, Hilda May BIGNELL married woman lived in Payneham. Her husband, George William Bignell labourer formerly of Balhannah (Father; William Bignell of Meadows) 1945 Application 28426

KELSEY, Benjamin the Elder fringe and trimming manufacturer Wilson St, Finsbury, Middlesex, England, formerly of Adelaide, power of attorney to Charles Reischbeith and Joseph Alexander CHARTIER warehousemen and general salesmen Adelaide, to revoke the attorneyship given to his son, Benjamin KELSEY the Younger and dismiss him from his position as manager and clerk for B Kelsey & Co, and also to dismiss any other clerk or servant as may be thought necessary 21/4/1871 Deposit 123/1871

KELSEY, Benjamin Harold company secretary Adelaide (Leigh St) 1929 probably linked with Mary Olive Kelsey widow 29 Sturt Ave, Monreith 1930 Memorials 129 & 130/514

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELSEY, Charles of Gilbert Place, Adelaide 1872 Memorial 124/260

KELSEY, Charles gentleman North Adelaide, power of attorney to John James BENHAM gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 17/3/1877 Deposit 298/1882

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELSEY, Edward vigneron Happy Valley 1875 Application 14228

KELSEY, Edward Moore carpenter Happy Valley 1892[-1894] Memorial 114/418

KELSEY, Elizabeth widow Reynella 1905 Application 25027

KELSEY, Eliza Oliver married woman Hackney 1906 Memorial 62/456

KELSEY, George merchant Adelaide 1862 Memorial 335/181

No 1 - Likely to be the same person

KELSEY, John Congregational Minister Hindmarsh 1856 Memorial 130/100

KELSEY, John Minister of the Gospel The Sturt 1859 Memorial 122/153

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

KELSEY, John probably of Burnside, died c 1867. House and land at Burnside to his wife, MK, in trust for life, then to his son, EK and his daughter, MK, in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. House and 2 acres of land at O'Halloran Hill to his son, EK Memorial 5/225

KELSEY, John of Burnside, died 1867. His son, Edward Kelsey vigneron O'Halloran Hill, died 1887. Edward Kelsey's wife called Mary Kelsey 1892 Memorials 147 & 148/412

KELSEY, Matilda widow Burnside, power of attorney to Talbot Baines BRUCE solicitor Waymouth St, Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 29/1/1868 Deposit 83/1869

KELSEY, John Douglas farmer Cunningham Price township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 20 Page 27 County Fergusson

KELSEY, John George merchant Adelaide 1862[-1863] Memorial 209/187

KELSEY, Matilda widow Burnside 1869 Memorial 249/238

KELSH, Edward James farmer Hundred of Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 77 County Musgrave

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KELSH, John of Adelaide 1840 Memorial 145/68

KELSH, John sheep farmer Light River 1849 Memorial 318/17

KELSH, John the Younger of Hindmarsh and Thomas BOWMAN of the Pine Forest both infants, land grant of allotments 38 & 46 in the Township of Wakefield Co Stanley 1850 Memorial 220/258

No 2

KELSH, John publican Bridge Hotel Hindmarsh 1850 Memorials 148/28 & 224/25

KELSH, John publican [formerly of Hindmarsh but now of] Bowden 1854 Memorial 319/69

No 1

KELSH, John farmer Manoora Hundred of Ward land grant 1883 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

KELSH, John sheepfarmer Elliston trustee Institute Elliston Elliston (Hundred of Ward) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 44 County Musgrave

No 1

KELSH, Thomas Henry stockholder Venus Bay 1877[-1878] Memorial 15/310

KELSH, Thomas Henry stockholder Anxious Bay 1880 Memorial 164/325

KELSH, Thomas Henry gentleman Venus Bay Hundred of Ward land grant 1882 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

KELSH, Thomas Henry farmer Anxious Bay Hundred of Ward Hundred of Ward land grant 1884 Grant Book 48 Page 13 County Musgrave

KELSHER, Timothy farmer Millbrook, died 1879 Memorial 203/314

KELTON, Edwin Hall labourer Kent Town 1920 Application 26860

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KELTON, John carpenter Adelaide (Flinders St) 1848 Memorial 405/10

KELTON, John farmer Willunga 1850[-1854] Memorial 140/29 Farmer Noarlunga 1853[-1856] Memorial 327/50

KELTON, John farmer Noarlunga 1886 Application 21008.

KELTON, John Lindsay farmer Noarlunga 1886 Application 21008

KELTON, William coach driver North Norwood 1920 Application 26860

KEMBLE, Edgar Thomas sheepfarmer Kooringa 1925[-1929] Memorial 188/492

KEMBLE, George and John farmers Kooringa. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1885 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

No 1

KEMBLETT, William Lewis waterman Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 2/142

KEMBLETT, William Lewis powder magazine keeper Pt Adelaide. died c1871. Husband of Mary Ann Kemblett Memorial 140/404

No 1

KEMMISS, Henry gentleman Adelaide 1839. He had links with Payneham Application 13603

KEMMISS, Henry Esquire Yankalilla 1853 Memorial 182/59

KEMMISS, Henry Esquire Green Ponds Tas 1863 Application 3780

No 1

KEMP, Alexander agent Milang 1857 Memorial 189/115

KEMP, Alexander storekeeper Milang Clayton (Hundred of Alexandrina) township allotment land grant 1859 Grant Book 36 Page 457 County Hindmarsh

KEMP, Alexander licensed teacher Milang 1874 Application 26131

KEMP, Alexander schoolmaster Milang 1876 Memorial 114/288

KEMP, Alexander teacher Glenelg 1883[-1885] Memorial 32/347

KEMP, Alexander schoolmaster Adelaide 1885 Memorial 22/366

KEMP, Alexander schoolmaster Salisbury 1897 Application 23317

No 2

KEMP, Alexander farmer Rice Creek 1867 Memorial 191/219

KEMP, Allan Gordon and George Kemp both farmers Modbury 1921 Memorial 131/484

No 1

KEMP, Arthur George and Fred Clifford Kemp both farmers Rhynie 1925 Memorial 181/493

KEMP, Arthur George farmer Rhynie and Dorothy Rita Kemp his wife 1948 Memorial 100/522

No 1

KEMP, Daniel farmer Rhynie 1873 Application 19020

KEMP, Daniel farmer Willowie 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

KEMP, Daniel farmer formerly of Rhynie but now of Coomooroo 1882 Book 13 Page 260 County Dalhousie

KEMP, Daniel farmer Coomooroo and Mary Jane Kemp his wife 1884 Memorial 192/380

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 2

KEMP, Daniel farmer Willowie trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

KEMP, David died 4/6/1886. Linked with the Hundred of Eurelia Memorial 159/383

KEMP, Doris Maud teacher of music Kapunda linked with Matilda Jane Kemp widow Kapunda 1924 Memorial 172/489

KEMP, Edmund John commission agent Glenelg and Jane Louisa Kemp his wife 1903 Memorial 55/449, Application 24631

KEMP, Eliza Ann spinster Greens Plains East. Thrington (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 207 County Daly

No 1

KEMP, Francis of Kadina trustee for a school Kadina 1871 Grant Book 14 Page 53 County Daly

No 2

KEMP, Francis labourer Rice Creek Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

KEMP, Frederick labourer Hampton near Kooringa and Johanna Kemp his wife 1891 Memorial 64/411

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KEMP, Frederick James of Pt Pirie 1881 Memorial 36/332

KEMP, Frederick James storekeeper Pt Germein, became a bankrupt in 1887 Memorial 245/383

KEMP, George farmer Modbury 1920 Memorial 57/480

KEMP, Herbert gardener Marryatville 1898 Application 23726

KEMP, Horace Peter farmer Currency Creek 1921 Memorial 9/483

No 1

KEMP, James watchmaker Adelaide 1848 Memorial 247/10

KEMP, James watchmaker formerly of Brown St, Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1853 Memorial 70/54

No 2

KEMP, James publican Adelaide 1851 Memorial 259/32

No 3

KEMP, James labourer Clare 1855 Memorial 296/84

No 4

KEMP, James farmer near Riverton 1859 Memorial 198/159

KEMP, James farmer Woolshed Flat linked with Robert Kemp farmer The Hermitage, Hundred of Alma 1859 Memorial 62/162

KEMP, James farmer near Riverton Hundred of Alma land grant 1862 Grant Book 26 Page 15 County Gawler

KEMP, James farmer Woolshed Flat 1870 Memorial 92/251

KEMP, James farmer Woolshed Flat 1884 Linked with William Kemp farmer near Rhynie Application 20278

KEMP, James and William farmers and stockowners Rhynie trading together in co-partnership under the style or firm as James Kemp & Son 1886[-1894] Memorial 50/378

No 5 – perhaps a mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KEMP, James farmer Currency Creek 1862 Application 3683

KEMP, James the Younger farmer Currency Creek Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

KEMP, James of Wauraltee 1885 Memorial 229/372

No 1

KEMP, John farmer Goolwa 1853[-1856] Memorial 285/48

KEMP, John farmer Currency Creek 1857[-1862] Memorial 271/128

KEMP, John farmer Goolwa 1892 Application 22197

No 2

KEMP, John farmer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 3

KEMP, John gardener Brownhill Creek 1878 Memorial 206/307

No 4

KEMP, John compositor Adelaide 1883. Linked with Thomas Kemp watchmaker Kapunda Application 19755

No 5

KEMP, John farmer Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

KEMP, John farmer Rhynie 1886 Memorial 193/380

No 6

KEMP, John printer North Adelaide 1901 Memorial 181/442

No 1

KEMP, Peter farmer Janefield near Currency Creek 1868[-1871] Memorial 27/236

KEMP, Peter storekeeper Currency Creek 1881[-1890] Memorial 229/330

KEMP, P storekeeper and postmaster Currency Creek 1892 Application 22202

KEMP, Peter farmer Currency Creek 1894 Memorial 209/421

KEMP, Peter farmer Currency Creek 1897 Application 23288

KEMP, Peter farmer Currency Creek, died June 1907. His widow, Mary Jane Kemp and their son, Horace Kemp, remained on the family farm, Section 25 Hundred of Goolwa, at least until 1914 . Mary Jane Kemp had live in the area for some 50 years Application 26402

KEMP, Peter farmer Currency Creek, died 28/6/1907. Husband of Mary Jane Kemp. Father of Horace Peter Kemp farmer Currency Creek Memorial 211/457

KEMP, Mary Jane widow formerly of Currency Creek but then of South Payneham, died 6/5/1925. Mother of Horace Peter Kemp farmer Currency Creek and Marian Kirkwood CRASE no description Memorial 167/493

No 1

KEMP, Richard and William LANYON farmers Adelaide 1850 Memorial 126/26

KEMP, Richard farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Gawler River 1851 Memorial 293/37

KEMP, Richard farmer [formerly of Gawler River but now of] Angas Park 1854 Memorial 330/75

KEMP, Richard farmer Angaston 1855[-1883] Memorial 271/83

KEMP, Richard sheep farmer Angaston 1869 Application 9887

No 2

KEMP, Richard farmer Bagot's Head Station near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 282/199

No 3

KEMP, Richard station overseer Mt Schank Hundred of Kongorong land grant 1898 Grant Book 31 Page 37 County Grey

No 1

KEMP, Robert farmer Upper Wakefield 1856 Memorial 236/101

KEMP, Robert sheep overseer The Hermitage Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

KEMP, Robert farmer Woolshed Flat 1859 Memorial 209/161

KEMP, Robert stockholder The Hermitage near Riverton Hundred of Alma land grant 1867 Grant Book 26 Page 66 County Gawler

KEMP, Robert farmer The Woolsheds near Auburn 1886 Memorial 109/374

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KEMP, Robert sheepoverseer The Hermitage purchased Section 518 Hundred of Alma as a landgrant 1857 Application 12638

KEMP, Robert stockholder The Hermitage near Riverton 1860 Application 1194

KEMP, Robert farmer near Rhynie 1870 Application 10637

KEMP, Robert formerly sheepoverseer 1857 but now farmer The Hermitage, Hundred of Alma 1873 Application 12638

KEMP, T labourer Prospect 1892 Application 22407

No 1

KEMP, Thomas watchmaker North Adelaide 1855[-1856] Memorial 218/83

KEMP, Thomas watchmaker Mt Barker 1862 Application 3635

No 2

KEMP, Thomas the Younger labourer Crafers 1880[-1883] Memorial 173/324

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEMP, Walter farmer The Hermitage 1878 Application 16887

KEMP, Walter farmer Rhynie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Rhynie 1884 Application 20619

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEMP, William labourer Adelaide 1840 Labourer Walkerville by 1857 Application 23881

KEMP, William labourer Walkerville 1851 Memorial 342/98

KEMP, William farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1861] Memorial 334/56

KEMP, William farmer Woolshed Creek near Rhynie 1896[-1905] Memorial 72/429

KEMP, Willam farmer Rhynie, died 4/6/1908. Executors; Susan Jane Kemp and John Kemp farmer Rhynie. Family as of 1920 - Susan Jane Kemp widow Rhynie. Children - Theodore Kemp farmer formerly of Rhynie but now of Gulf View near Gawler; Arthur George Kemp farmer Rhynie; Rose Kemp widow Rhynie relict of the late William Wisbey Kemp formerly farmer Rhynie now deceased (22/5/1919); Fred Clifford Kemp farmer Rhynie Memorials 120/480 & 121/480

No 2

KEMP, William farmer Diamond Lake Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 79 County Fergusson

No 3

KEMP, William farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 7 County Chandos

No 1

KEMP, William Henry the Elder watchmaker Adelaide 1853 Memorial 131/54

KEMP, Ann widow of William Henry Kemp the Elder watchmaker Osmond Tce, Norwood, died 25/10/1862 Adelaide, of old age, aged 71. Likely, that Thomas Kemp watchmaker Mt Barker was a son. Application 3635

No 2

KEMP, William Henry farmer Penrice Hundred of Dutton land grant 1858 Grant Book 17 Page 91 County Eyre

No 3

KEMP, William Henry gentleman Glenelg 1863 Application 4474

KEMP, William Henry boatbuilder St Leonards 1905. He declared that he had lived in the area since c1862 Application 25041

KEMP, William Henry boatman Glenelg 1877 Application 15919

No 4

KEMP, William Henry draper Kapunda 1880[-1882] Memorial 55/321

KEMP, William James storekeeper Pt Germein Pt Germein township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 680 County Frome

No 1

KEMPLAY, Robert Wilson joiner Adelaide 1846 Memorial 388/6

KEMPLAY, Robert Wilson carpenter Adelaide (Morphett St) 1847 Memorial 172/148

KEMPLAY, Robert W undertaker Morphett St, Adelaide 1848 Application 24248

KEMPSON, Emily married woman Gawler 1896 Application 23204

No 1

KEMPSON, Frederick Alexander labourer Modbury 1898 Memorial 147/434

KEMPSON, Frederick Alexander labourer Modbury linked with Henry Kempson gardener Tea Tree Gully 1901 Memorial 110/442

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KEMPSON, Henry labourer formerly of Hope Valley but now of Adelaide 1847 Memorial 418/7

KEMPSON, Henry police constable Adelaide 1851 Memorial 242/35

KEMPSON, Henry clay merchant no address and Catherine Jane Kempson his wife 1883 Application 19881

KEMPSON, Henry gardener Campbelltown 1882 Application 19228

KEMPSON, Henry gardener Tea Tree Gully and Catharine Jane Kempson his wife formerly CROWLE 1884 Memorial 100/360

KEMPSON, Henry gardener formerly of Paradise but now of Tea Tree Gully and Catherine Jane Kempson his wife. She had an interest in the estate of the late James CROWLE now deceased 1887 Memorial 71/384

No 1

KEMPSON, Walter Vernon carter Tea Tree Gully 1894 Memorial 31/421

KEMPSON, Walter Vernon gardener Tea Tree Gully 1899 Application 23778

No 1

KEMPSTER, George gold digger Adelaide 1855 Memorial 278/92

KEMPSTER, George gold digger Magill 1856 Memorial 66/108

KEMPSTER, John labourer Bowden 1848 Memorial 334/49 KEMPSTER, John labourer formerly of Bowden but now of Nairne 1853 Memorial 336/49

No 1 - likely to be linked; perhaps the Elder and the Younger

KEMPSTER, Joseph farmer Magill 1850[-1854] Memorial 21/20

KEMPSTER, Joseph farmer Magill 1858 Application 94

KEMPSTER, Joseph labourer Magill 1887 Memorial 191/386

No 1

KEMPSTER, Roger labourer Magill 1857 Memorial 290/127

No 2

KEMPSTER, Roger carter Keilli Hundred of Barunga land grant 1884 Grant Book 14 Page 475 County Daly

No 1

KEMPSTER, William Roger farmer Licolnfield 1891 Memorial 168/410

KEMPSTER, William Roger farmer Lincolnfield 1896 Grant Book 15 Page 3 County Daly

KEMPT, Elijah no description purchased land lying between the Great North Road and Eyre's Creek 1851 Memorial 115/210

KENBLETT, Mary Ann widow Kingston near Pt Adelaide 1890 Application 21878

KENDAL, William of Eurilpa 1886 Memorial 168/373

KENDELL, Archibald Ernest grazier Melrose 1920 Memorial 191/479

KENDALL, Betty widow Kapunda 1860 Memorial 317/163

No 1

KENDALL, Charles labourer Angaston 1853 Memorial 274/56

KENDALL, Charles stonemason Angaston 1857 Memorial 268/116

KENDALL, Charles mason Angaston, died 7/10/1857, of dropsy, aged 52. He left three surviving children - Amelia CAMERON wife of William Cameron miner late Victoria now Angaston, Emma BAKER wife of William Baker blacksmith Gilles St, Adelaide, and Ann BRAY wife of Joseph Bray fruiterer Campbell’s Creek near Castlemaine Vic 1888 Application 21350

No 1

KENDALL, George stockholder Robe 1853 Memorial 122/141

KENDALL, George stockholder Murrabinna near Maria Creek 1858 Memorial 206/142

KENDELL, George formerly stockholder Murrabinna Station South-East District but now of Adelaide 1859 Memorial 389/160

KENDALL, George P clerk to William Thompson SABBEN solicitor Adelaide 1850 Memorial 448/23

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENDELL, James baker Walkerville 1850 Memorial 450/23

KENDALL, James miner Victoria township 1852[-1853] Memorial 425/39

KENDALL, James Percy gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 215/25

KENDALL, Sebastian gentleman Adelaide 1853[-1856] Memorial 364/60

No 1

KENDELL, Walter George draper’s assistant Alberton Co Adelaide. Napperby (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 374 County Victoria

KENDELL, Walter George draper’s assistant Alberton Co Adelaide. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 66 Page 151 County Manchester

KENDELL, Walter George agent Adelaide (Flinders St) 1879 Memorial 4/320

KENDELL, Walter George lime merchant Adelaide 1902 Application 24445

No 1

KENDELL, William stockholder Section 7081 Hundred of Tungkillo 1854 Memorial 414/62

KENDELL, William stockholder Section 7081 Hundred of Tungkillo 1854 Memorial 75/67

KENDELL, William yeoman Tungkillo 1854 Memorial 243/77

KENDELL, William farmer Tungkillo 1855 Memorial 341/88

KENDELL, William farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1860 Grant Book 58 Page 299 County Sturt

KENDELL, William farmer near Mt Pleasant 1860 Application 1531

KENDELL, William farmer Minlacowie trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 34 County Fergusson

KENDELL, William farmer Tungkillo Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 139 County Fergusson

No 1

KENDLE, George stockowner Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1861 Grant Book 50 Page 20 County Robe

KENDLE, George stockholder Robe 1862 Memorial 121/181

KENDLE, George stockholder Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1863 Grant Book 50 Page 10 County Robe

KENDLE, George stockholder Guichen Bay father of George Henry Kendle an infant under the age of 21 years 1863 Memorial 336/189

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KENDLE, George licensed victualler Ship Inn, Kingston S-E, became a bankrupt in 1867 Memorial 13/224

KENDLE, George of Pt Caroline Lacepede Bay 1868 Memorial 185/230

KENDLE, George gentleman Kingston S-E 1878 Memorial 208/305

KENDREW, GW minister of the gospel Solomontown near Pt Pirie 1912 Memorial 193/467

No 1

KENELLY, James miner Kapunda 1858 Memorial 82/135

KENELLY, James carpenter Wallaroo 1865 Memorial 229/207

KENERY, Reginald Tramway employee and KENERY, Herbert John storeman both of Victoria Parade, Fitzroy Vic, illegitimate children of Margaret Kenery later Margaret BURNS who died 1889. They inherited in remainder expectant land in the township of Pt Gawler which their mother had inherited for life in turn from James CASSIDY farmer Cowandilla after he died in 1882 Application 25011

No 1

KENIHAN, Alice Isabella spinster Reynella 1904 Memorial 228/450

KENIHAN, Alice Isabella, born 16/2/1883 O'Halloran Hill, to her parents Hubert John Kenihan farmer O'Halloran Hill and Elizabeth Agnes nee CLARKE. Elizabeth Kenihan of Wattle Flat near Yankalilla, died 30/5/1892. She left her estate to her daughter, Alice Isabella Kenihan, and if she had died, then to Mrs Kenihan's brothers and sisters. She appointed her brothers, Thomas and James Clarke, to be her executors and the guardian of her daughter. Estate worth £623. By 1904 , Alice Isabella Kenihan was living at Reynella Application 24770

KENIHAN, Catherine widow O'Halloran Hill 1888 Memorial 138/392

KENIHAN, Elizabeth widow Wattle Flat near Yankalilla, died c1892. She left her entire estate, including legacies due to her from her father, the late Neil John CLARKE of Wattle Hill, to her daughter, Alice Isabella Kenihan. The testator's brothers, Thomas and James Clarke, to be her executors and guardians of her daughter Memorial 220/413

KENIHAN, Elizabeth Agnes Mary widow Yankalilla 1884 Memorial 37/359

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENIHAN, Hubert farmer Happy Valley near O'Halloran Hill 1873 Memorial 39/268

KENIHAN, Hubert farmer Baroota 1887[-1898] Memorial 138/384

No 1

KENIHAN, Hubert John storekeeper Unley linked with Michael Kenihan farmer O'Halloran Hill 1884 Memorial 162/358

KENIHAN, Hubert John farmer Unley, died 5/4/1884. He left his entire estate to his wife, Elizabeth Agnes Mary Kenihan, absolutely, provided she raised the testator's daughter, Alice Isabella Kenihan, decently Memorial 35/359

No 1

KENIHAN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1838 Labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Application 1889

KENIHAN, Hugh labourer Hindmarsh 1846 Memorial 74/7

KENIHAN, Hugh labourer Adelaide 1838. Farmer O’Halloran Hill 1846. Husband of Isabella Kenihan. Application 11695.

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer O'Halloran Hill and Isabella Kenihan his wife 1872 Application 12045

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer O’Halloran Hill 1846[-1853] Memorial 169/6

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer Tapley Hill Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 76 County Gawler

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer Tapley Hill 1860[-1869] Memorial 228/162

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer Tapley Hill linked with Martin Kenihan farmer Stockport on the Gilbert 1881 Memorial 206/335

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer The Greenslip Farm near O'Halloran Hill. He owned leasehold farms near Stockport in the Hundred of Alma 1870 Memorial 128/248

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer Happy Valley near O'Halloran Hill linked with Joseph Kenihan farmer Hope Farm near O'Halloran Hill 1873 Memorial 38/268

KENIHAN, Hugh farmer Happy Valley linked with Michael Joseph Kenihan farmer Hope Farm O'Halloran Hill 1880 Memorial 25/326

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENIHAN, James farmer Happy Valley near O'Halloran Hill 1873 Memorial 40/268

KENIHAN, James farmer Telowie linked with Martin Kenihan farmer Stockport 1882 Memorial 4/338

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENIHAN, Martin farmer had links with Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 205/209

KENIHAN, Martin farmer Stockport 1883 Memorial 138/347

No 1

KENIHAN, Michael of Happy Valley 1866 Memorial 253/208

KENIHAN, Michael farmer formerly of Happy Valley 1865 but now of O'Halloran Hill 1872. Until 30/1/1860, he claimed an interest in the Stockport Hotel Application 12045

KENIHAN, Michael Joseph and John farmers O’Halloran Hill were two sons of Hugh and Isabella Kenihan (she died 1878) 1885 Application 20726

KENIHAN, Michael Joseph farmer O’Halloran Hill born 1842, had lived at O’Halloran Hill for 42/43 years 1886 Application 21114

KENNA, Leslie Joseph cordial manufacturer Alice Springs NT 1949 Memorial 89/524

KENNA, Patrick farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1864 Grant Book 30 Page 71 County Grey

No 1

KENNARE, John wheelwright Kapunda 1877 Application 15997

No 2

KENNARE, John accountant Semaphore 1909, declared that he was a son of Michael Kennare farmer Kapunda, who died 24/4/1902 Main St, Kapunda, of bronchitis and heart failure, aged 83 Application 25699

No 1

KENNARE, Michael miner Kapunda 1859 Memorial 61/156

KENNARE, Michael smelter Kapunda 1866 Memorial 239/211

No 1

KENNARE, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1859 Memorial 62/156

KENNARE, Patrick farmer Hundred of Blyth 1872 Memorial 12/259

KENNEALY, James of Maylands 1904 Memorial 43/452

KENNEALY, John farmer McLaren Vale 1881 Application 18505

KENNEALY, Ann widow Norwood 1910 Application 25776

KENNEALY, Timothy farmer Edwardstown lived in the district between between 1858 and his death on 6/4/1882. He left his entire estate to his daughter, Mary MCAULEY wife of Patrick McAuley labourer Edwardstown (Father: Michael McAuley). Mary Kennealy married on 30/12/1886, Our Lady of Victories RC Church New Glenelg. Witnesses: Nicholas Kennealy labourer Goodwood South and Johanna SULLIVAN of South Road 1899 Application 23771

KENNEALY, William of Osmond Tce, Norwood and Ann Kennealy his wife 1874 Memorial 23/311

KENNEDY, Agnes spinster Strathalbyn, died 21/5/1942. Aunt to Christina BENNETT no description Memorial 117/516

KENNEDY, Ann married woman Balaklava 1901 Memorial 200/444

KENNEDY, Campbell Thomas labourer Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 195/477

KENNEDY, Cornelius farmer Peweena Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1890 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENADY[KENNEDY??], Daniel yeoman Adelaide 1867 Memorial 54/224

KENNEDY, Daniel the Elder labourer Adelaide (Harriet St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 43 County Dalhousie

KENNEDY, DA law student Adelaide 1902 Memorial 215/446

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENNEDY, Daniel Fiddess farmer Mallala. Hundred of Dublin land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 349 County Gawler

KENNEDY, Daniel Fiddess farmer Mallala 1888 Memorial 133/392

KENNEDY, DF farmer Kadina 1903 Memorial 34/450

No 1

KENNEDY, David yeoman Adelaide 1839 Farmer Strathalbyn 1849

Application 15343

KENNEDY, David farmer Strathalbyn 1850[-1869] Memorial 84/33

KENNEDY, David farmer near Strathalbyn 1859 Application 998

No 2

KENNEDY, David farmer Sweet Home near Strathalbyn 1897 Application 23483

KENNEDY, David farmer Sweet Home near Strathalbyn 1901 Memorial 5/442

No 3

KENNEDY, David the Elder farmer Lyndoch linked with David Kennedy the Younger farmer Riverside near Lyndoch 1891 Memorial 161/411

KENNEDY, David farmer formerly of Riverside near Lyndoch but now of Mt Barker 1926 Memorial 90/496

KENNEDY, Donald Angus solicitor Adelaide, clerk to Messrs GLYNN, PARSONS & MCEWIN solicitors Adelaide 1912 Application 25973

No 1

KENNEDY, Hugh farmer near Lyndoch 1891 Memorial 161/411

KENNEDY, Hugh farmer Lyndoch 1911 Application 26037

No 2

KENNEDY, Hugh guard Kent Town 1900 Application 23964

KENNEDY, Hugh McGavin farmer Dawson 1885 Memorial 64/370

No 1

KENNEDY, James Esquire Adelaide 1854 Goolwa township land grant Memorial 354/77

KENNEDY, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857[-1858] Memorial 95/128

KENNEDY, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide, but now of Melbourne Vic 1858 William John LAWRENCE solicitor Adelaide knew this person well Application 14209

KENNEDY, James Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now of Castlemaine Vic 1862 Memorial 103/181

No 2

KENNEDY, James builder Strathalbyn 1875 Memorial 226/283

KENNEDY, James carpenter Strathalbyn 1875 Application 23101

KENNEDY, James Farquhar carpenter Strathalbyn 1894 Application 22747

No 3

KENNEDY, James JP oil company superintendent Pt Lincoln 1946 Memorial 170/519

No 1

KENNEDY, John overseer Hummocks Range 1858 Memorial 317/148

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

KENNEDY, John farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn 1863 Memorial 25/192

KENNEDY, John farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Ann Kennedy, absolutely Memorial 22/197

KENNEDY, John farmer near Strathalbyn 1879 Memorial 137/318

KENNEDY, John farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died c1891. Father of Honora RYAN. Grandfather of John Ryan labourer Burnside [near Strathalbyn??] Memorial 146/490

KENNEDY, John farmer Long Valley near Strathalbyn, died 5/1/1892. He left the whole of his estate in trust to his daughter, Honora RYAN, for life, then to her son, John Kennedy Ryan absolutely. Honora Ryan widow of the late John Ryan of Long Valley, died 9/10/1915, of heart failure, aged 82. Born in Co Tipperary, Ireland, she had been in SA for 70 years. Married at 24 years. 2 sons living; 2 sons and 1 daughter deceased. Her son, John Kennedy's grandson, John Kennedy Ryan, died 29/11/1923. His brother, William Ryan farm labourer Long Valley, died 19/6/1913, of natural causes, a bachelor, aged 47. John James Ryan horse driver James St, Clarence Park, unmarried son of JE and William Ryan's brother, Michael Ryan farmer Long Valley, died 7/7/1923, of 2 years and 2 months' pulmonary consumption, aged 18. John James Ryan's cousin, Thomas Cashman Ryan storekeeper's assistant Murray Bridge, was an illegitimate son of Kate Ryan, a daughter of Honora Ryan 1924 Application 27261

No 3

KENNEDY, John sheepfarmer Peweena near Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1869[-1895] Grant Book 31 Page 118 County Grey

KENNEDY, John sheep farmer Peweena 1873 Memorial 147/266

KENNEDY, John of Peweena near Mt Gambier 1890 Memorial 44/404

KENNEDY, John sheep farmer Mt Gambier linked with John Patrick Kennedy grazier Peeweena 1893 Memorial 204/417

KENNEDY, John sheepfarmer Peweena near Mt Gambier, died 3/7/1910. His wife, Ann Mary Kennedy, had died before him. Brother of Cornelius Kennedy and Kate Kennedy. Father of Anthony Sutton Kennedy (died 12/7/1924), John Patrick Kennedy licensed victualler Millicent, Samuel Kiernan Kennedy labourer Sydney NSW, Henry Leo Kennedy agent Mt Gambier, Mary Anne Kennedy, Margaret Theresa Kennedy and Anne Elizabeth Kennedy all spinsters Wytt St, Mt Gambier. Estate worth £68,000. Executors; William Henry Kennedy and James Ormond Kennedy sheepfarmers Peweena and Cornelius Charles Kennedy sheepfarmer Cadzow near Mt Gambier Memorials 4 & 5/498 & RPA Search 14

No 4 - perhaps the same person

KENNEDY, John farmer Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1872 Memorial 158/258

KENNEDY, John yeoman Navan township near Riverton 1865 Memorial 179/490

KENNEDY, John farmer Hoyleton, died 15/1/1872 intestate. His widow, Ellen Kennedy, died 4/7/1923 Hammond. Father of Ellen KHAN married woman Hammond Memorial 180/490

KENNEDY, Ellen widow Pinda Hammond township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 24 Page 735 County Frome

KENNEDY, Ellen widow Hundred of Pinda Hundred of Pinda land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 592 County Frome

KENNEDY, Ellen widow Hammond Hammond township allotment land grant 1891 Grant Book 24 Page 736 County Frome

KENNEDY, Ellen widow Hammond, died 4/7/1923. Formerly of Navan. Executors; John Kennedy farmer Hammond, Duncan PEARCE warehouse employe Wayville and Ellen KHAN married woman Hammond 1942 Memorial 194/516

KENNEDY, Ellen of Hammond, died c1923. Bequests - John Kennedy, Ellen KHAN, Thomas Kennedy, and Richard Kennedy Memorial 170/489

No 5

KENNEDY, John labourer Meningie Hundred of Bonney land grant 1900 Grant Book 54 Page 35 County Russell

No 6

KENNEDY, John farmer Tantanoola, had died by 1902. Sole executrix – Margaret Kennedy widow Tantanoola Grant Book 30 Page 207 County Grey

No 1

KENNEDY, John Herring painter Adelaide 1838 Officer in HM Gaol Adelaide 1847 Application 8579

KENNEDY, John Herring painter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 75/6

KENNEDY, John Herring stockholder Angas St, Adelaide 1846 Memorial 413/7 Officer in HM Gaol, Adelaide 1847 Memorial 228/8 Stockholder Adelaide 1848 Memorial 316/16 Turnkey in HM Adelaide Gaol, of Angas St, Adelaide, and Mary Ann Kennedy, his wife 1849 Memorial 347/16

KENNEDY, John Herring stockholder Golden Grove 1865 Memorial 268/205

KENNEDY, John Herring farmer Royston Farm near Golden Grove 1869 Memorial 34/247

KENNEDY, John Herring gentleman Royston Farm near Golden Grove died 21/5/1870 Husband of Mary Ann Kennedy. Executors: Charles Josiah LAWRENCE gentleman Adelaide and Thomas HASKEW draper Adelaide Memorials 18 & 19/433

KENNEDY, John Herring farmer Royston Farm near Golden Grove, died 21/5/1870. His daughter, Jemima Kennedy, still lived at Golden Grove in 1906 Memorial 176/454

No 1

KENNEDY, John William 37 widower farmer Mannum (Father: Thomas Pagen Kennedy) married Eliza Ann PYM 31 widow of John Pym Tungkillo (Father; Albert LOXTON) on 3/1/1882 Pirie St Wesleyan Methodist parsonage. Minister JB STEPHENSON. Witnesses: F REAY groom Adelaide and Eliza LEANE of Adelaide. By 1901, Ann Kennedy was a married woman of Balaklava, with her son Samuel Pym farmer Balaklava Application 24319

KENNEDY, John William farmer Balaklava 1884 Memorial 103/363

KENNEDY, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1857. Gawler River Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee Memorial 92/515

No 1

KENNEDY, Kenneth labourer Truro 1856 Memorial 206/105

KENNEDY, Kenneth farmer near Truro 1864 Memorial 195/199

KENNEDY, Kenneth farmer Truro 1865 Application 6840

KENNEDY, Leo George hotelkeeper Governor Hindmarsh Hotel, Bowden 1926 Memorial 136/494, Application 27452

No 1

KENNEDY, Matthew farmer near Chinkford Co Light. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 148 County Victoria

No 2

KENNEDY, Matthew stockholder Strathalbyn 1892[-1893] Memorial 80/412

KENNEDY, Matthew farmer Strathalbyn Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1887 Grant Book 7 Page 15 County Buckingham. Farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1905 Grant Book 7 Page 20 County Buckingham

No 1

KENNEDY, Michael labourer Willaston 1867 Application 8345

No 2

KENNEDY, Michael labourer Adelaide (Harriet St) Co Adelaide. Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

No 3

KENNEDY, Michael RC priest formerly of Marrabel but now of Shepparton Vic 1885 Memorial 218/363

No 4

KENNEDY, Michael farmer Millicent. Hundred of Mayurra land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 234 County Grey

KENNEDY, Michael farmer Hundred of Hindmarsh. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1892 Grant Book 30 Page 204 County Grey

No 1

KENNEDY, Patrick police constable Adelaide 1856 Memorial 92/106

No 2

KENNEDY, Patrick farmer Kapunda linked with Simon Kennedy farmer formerly of Magill but now of the Hundred of Kapunda 1862 Memorial 213/181

KENNEDY, Patrick farmer Kapunda, died 25/5/1888 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Honoria Kennedy, who remarried 25/9/1889 St Rose's Presbytery Kapunda, James Treloar of Broken Hill NSW. Mrs Kennedy/Treloar could not write Application 23567

KENNEDY, Reginald A apprentice to EF NOY Adelaide (Gawler Place) 1909 Memorial 137/461

No 1

KENNEDY, Richard farmer Gumeracha 1855 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 433/92

No 2

KENNEDY, Richard labourer Armagh near Clare 1880 Memorial 79/320

KENNEDY, Richard hawker Armagh, died c1884. He left his entire estate in trust to his wife, Anne Kennedy, during her widowhood, then to their daughter, Anne Kennedy, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 1/358

KENNEDY, Richard hawker Armagh, died 21/4/1884. His whole estate to his wife, Anne Kennedy, if she remained unmarried, to benefit herself and their daughter, Anne Kennedy. Estate worth £50 1921 Application 27033

No 3 - perhaps the same person

KENNEDY, Richard sheep farmer Tantanoola 1890 Memorial 223/406

KENNEDY, Richard farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Mt Muirhead land grant 1900 Grant Book 31 Page 208 County Grey

KENNEDY, Richard leased part of the Mt Burr Forest Reserve 1900 Memorial 72/440

KENNEDY, Robert farmer Halbury 1923 Memorial 15/487

KENNEDY, Robert Scott District Council overseer Melrose 1917 Application 28572

No 1

KENNEDY, Simon farmer Magill 1853 Hundred of Kapunda land grant Memorial 328/52

KENNEDY, Simon farmer formerly of Magill but now of the Hundred of Kapunda linked with Patrick Kennedy farmer Kapunda 1862 Memorial 213/181

KENNEDY, Simon farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 281/198

KENNEDY, Simon formerly farmer Allen Creek but now labourer Adelaide 1870 Memorial 18/247

No 2

KENNEDY, Simon farmer Pandappa Dam 1892[-1895] Memorial 102/412

No 1

KENNEDY, Thomas farmer Long Plains 1890 Memorial 119/405

KENNEDY, T homas farmer Long Plains Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1892 Grant Book 27 Page 147 County Gawler

No 2

KENNEDY, Thomas labourer Pt Lincoln 1896 Memorial 27/431

No 1

KENNEDY, William labourer Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7279

No 2

KENNEDY, William Roman Catholic priest Kadina 1877 Memorial 157/302

KENNEDY, William RC clergyman Kadina 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 196 County Daly

KENNEDY, William John formerly quarryman but now out of business Tea Tree Gully and Maria Agnes Kennedy his wife 1952 Memorial 162/527

KENNELL, Thomas of Section 118 The Sturt 1851 Memorial 486/34

No 1

KENNELLY, Daniel gentleman North Unley 1906 Memorial 165/455

KENNELLY, Daniel gentleman North Unley 1906 Application 25214

KENNER, Albert Henry grocer Littlehampton 1913 Application 26251

No 1 – the Elder

KENNER, Joseph farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 327/62

KENNER, Joseph farmer Gawler Plains 1860 Application 1899

KENNER, Joseph farmer Gawler 1865 Memorial 228/206

KENNER, Joseph farmer Two Wells 1869 Application 10236

KENNER, Joseph farmer Two Wells 1871[-1879] Memorial 2351/252

KENNER, Joseph the Elder farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pt Gawler land grant 1875 Grant Book 27 Page 395 County Gawler

No 2 – the Younger

KENNER, Joseph the Younger farmer Pinda trustee unnamed Wesleyan Methodist Church Hundred of Pinda land grant 1879 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

KENNER, Joseph the Younger farmer Pt Gawler Hundred of Pinda land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 589 County Frome

KENNER, Richard farmer Two Wells 1891[-1892] Memorial 125/408

No 1

KENNERICK, John and Michael contractors Adelaide (Grote St West) 1882 Memorial 78/355

KENNERICK, John labourer Plympton 1884 Memorial 80/355

KENNERICK, John carter Plympton formerly in partnership with Jeremiah KILLEEN of Walkerville. He paid out £300 to run the business by himself 1890 Memorial 1/406

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KENNERICK, John farmer Morphettville 1892 Memorial 65/414

KENNETT, Alexander clerk of the local court Auburn 1882 Application 19518

KENNETT, Henry farmer Kadina 1888[-1905] Memorial 213/394

KENNETT, John William the Elder farmer Warrow Hundred of Warrow land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 21 Page 153 County Flinders

KENNETT, John farmer Warrow, died 2/9/1901 Coneta. Executors; John William Kennett and Walter James Kennett farmers Warrow Memorial 24/445

No 1

KENNETT, John William farm labourer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 224 County Victoria

KENNETT, John William of Crystal Brook 1891 Memorial 165/410

KENNETT, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 437/3 Yeoman Adelaide 1848 Memorial 80/12

No 1

KENNETT, Thomas Butler storekeeper Glenelg 1850[-1856] Memorial 197/27 Esquire Glenelg 1855 Memorial 214/92

KENNETT, Thomas Butler draper Glenelg 1858 Memorial 130/148

KENNETT, Thomas Butler formerly of Glenelg but now of Morphett Vale 1860 Memorial 152/167

KENNETT, Thomas Butler storekeeper Morphett Vale 1860 Memorial 231/168

KENNETT, Walter James farmer Coulta 1899 Memorial 1/438

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KENNETT, William shoemaker Alberton 1853 Memorial 349/55

KENNETT, William labourer Little Para 1854[-1864] Memorial 462/66

KENNETT, William Richard of Yongala 1885 Memorial 38/366

KENNEWELL, Jonathan labourer Brompton eldest son and heir at law of the late Richard Kennewell formerly labourer Brompton now deceased intestate 1873 Memorial 151/264

KENNEWELL, Richard labourer Brompton 1852 Memorial 340/44

No 1

KENNEWELL, Thomas labourer Brompton 1853[-1857] Memorial 418/55

No 2

KENNEWELL, Thomas teamster Lower Wakefield Special Survey 1856 Memorial 399/97

KENNEY, Herbert Finnis labourer Pt Lincoln 1927[-1952] Application 27592, Application 28896

KENNEY, Martin Enright hotelkeeper Carrieton Belton (Hundred of Eurilpa) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 28 Page 111 County Granville

No 1 – perhaps the same person

KENNEY, Thomas farmer Kalkabury Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1875 Grant Book 14 Page 412 County Daly

KENNEY, Thomas the Younger farmer Clinton Price township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 20 Page 26 County Fergusson

No 1

KENNINGS, George farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 3/47

KENNINGS, George farmer North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 24/66

KENNINGS, George farmer Cudlee Creek 1880 Memorial 27/326

KENNINGS, George farmer Cudlee Creek 1881 Application 18955

KENNINGS, John farmer Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

KENNINGS, William storeman Pt Adelaide 1894 Memorial 153/420

KENNOTT, Isaac farmer Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883 Grant Book 14 Page 388 County Daly

KENNY, Bartholomew farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1864 Application 4890

KENNY, Charles labourer Burrundie NT 1908[-1909] Memorial 197/460

KENNY, Charles Stopford Esquire War Office, London, Middlesex, England, and Walter CHEESEMAN solicitor Hastings, Sussex, England, power of attorney to Henry SCOTT merchant Adelaide and William Henry BUNDY Judge Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 19/3/1890 Deposit 34/1892

No 1

KENNY, Daniel farmer Morphett Vale 1847 Memorial 304/9

KENNY, Daniel farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Munno Para 1852 Memorial 40/41 Farmer Section 4024 Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 27/53

KENNY, Daniel farmer Light River 1853[-1863] Memorial 444/53 Farmer Sections 2510, 2513-15 Hundred of Munno Para 1853 Memorial 445/53

KENNY, Daniel farmer Munno Para 1858 Memorial 101/136

KENNY, Daniel farmer Light River, about to leave the province, power of attorney to William Charles BELT, Michael CULLEN and William Rodolph WIGLEY solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 31/1/1863 Deposit 33/1863

No 1

KENNY, Daniel farmer Freeling Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 74 County Fergusson

KENNY, Daniel Thomas and Patrick Purtle Kenny farmers Hundred of Colton 1896 Memorial 37/427

KENNY, Dennis storekeeper Clare 1848 Memorial 288/12

No 1

KENNY, Edward of Hindmarsh Valley took out a 21-year lease of Mootiparinga Farm Hindmarsh Valley 1871 Memorial 28/251

KENNY, Edward of Hindmarsh Valley 1884 Memorial 128/358

KENNY, Edward Patrick farmer Winulta Hundred of Clinton land grant 1928 Grant Book 14 Page 147 County Daly

No 1

KENNY, George Edward labourer Pt Elliot 1937 Memorial 6/511

KENNY, George Edward out of business Pt Elliot, died 23/7/1949 Adelaide. Linked with Stuart Malcolm Kenny factory employe and Mary Elizabeth Daphne Kenny spinster both of Pt Elliot Memorial 70/524

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK RUN

KENNY, James farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1908 Grant Book 14 Page 280 County Daly

KENNY, James farmer Moonta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 283 County Daly

KENNY, James Vincent hotelkeeper died c1923. Linked with Kathleen Kenny spinster 12 Sea Wall Glenelg 1929 Memorial 37/502

No 1

KENNY, John general dealer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 153/37

No 2

KENNEY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1865 Memorial 259/207

KENNY, John Charles sub-manager Bank of NSW Adelaide branch 1949 Memorial 15/524

No 1

KENNY, Martin blacksmith Light River 1865 Application 6618

KENNY, Martin farmer Upper Light, died c1865. He left his entire estate to his wife, Katharine Keough Kenny Memorial 195/207

KENNY, Martin farmer Upper Light, died c1865. His whole estate to his wife, Katharine Keough Kenny absolutely Enrolment 20/145

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

KENNY, Martin labourer Clarendon 1876 Memorial 63/295

KENNY, Martin the Younger farmer Clarendon 1923 Memorial 194/488

No 3

KENNY, Martin farmer Maurices Hill linked with Michael Kenny farmer Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

No 1

KENNY, Martin Enright farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 19 Page 251 County Fergusson

KENNY, Martin Enright farmer Troubridge Area Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1880[-1882] Grant Book 19 Page 254 County Fergusson

KENNY, Martin Enright linked with Section 744 Hundred of Eurelia Co Dalhousie 1884 Memorial 184/357

KENNY, Martin Sweeney labourer Troubridge Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 71 County Fergusson

No 1

KENNY, Mary licensed victualler Glenelg 1909 Memorial 29/462

KENNY, Mary licensed victualler Glenelg 1911. Did she have a family link with Dorothea SPAETH widow Tanunda? Application 25963

KENNY, Mary Jane spinster Adelaide 1845 Memorial 386/5

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

KENNY, Michael farmer Morphett Vale 1854[-1857] Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 122/67

KENNY, Michael farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854[-1862] Memorial 343/65

KENNY, Michael farmer formerly of Morphett Vale but now of Section 550 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859 Memorial 150/153

KENNY, Michael farmer The Light 1854 Memorial 345/78

KENNY, Michael farmer Kapunda 1855 Memorial 421/89

KENNY, Michael farmer Kapunda, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Luke Michael CULLEN solcitor Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 27/1/1855 Deposit 95/1857

KENNY, Michael farmer Sheaoak Log 1857[-1868] Memorial 327/115

KENNY, Michael innkeeper Sheaoak Log 1866 Memorial 52/210

KENNY, Michael formerly licensed victualler but now farmer Freeling 1869 Memorial 145/238

KENNY, Michael farmer Sheaoak Log Hundred of Melville land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 78 County Fergusson

No 2

KENNY, Michael carter Adelaide (Spencer St), died in 1864. He left his entire estate to his wife, Mary Kenny absolutely Memorial 192/196

No 3

KENNY, Michael farmer Stockport 1877[-1879] Memorial 179/304

No 4

KENNY, Michael farmer Ballymackenny Hundred of Colton, died 11/5/1892. Estate worth £2,800. Linked with Daniel Thomas Kenny, Patrick Purtle Kenny, Stephen White Kenny farmers Hundred of Colton Memorial 152/443

No 1 – Michael Charles Kenny

KENNY, Michael farmer Pekina trustee Pekina Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

KENNY, Michael Charles farmer Pekina 1890 Memorial 9/403

KENNY, Michael Charles farmer Pekina and Jane Kenny his wife 1896 Memorial 132/429

KENNY, Michael farmer Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1897[-1911] Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

KENNY, Jane married woman Pekina. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1919 Grant Book 13 Page 175 County Dalhousie

No 1

KENNY, Michael Stephen White farmer Troubridge Co Fergusson. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

KENNY, Michael Stephen White hotelkeeper trustee Showgrounds Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1894 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

KENNY, Michael Stephen White farmer Colton. Hundred of Colton land grant 1902 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

KENNY, Patrick licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1902 Application 24410

No 1

KENNY, Patrick Purtle farmer Weaner Flat Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 35 County Fergusson

KENNY, Patrick Purtle farmer Colton linked with MSW Kenny farmer Colton 1889 Memorial 117/400

KENNY, Patrick Purtle farmer Colton trustee Showgrounds Colton Hundred of Colton land grant 1894 Grant Book 48 Page 79 County Musgrave

KENNY, Peter farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 278 County Daly

KENNY, Sydney William labourer Pt Lincoln 1946 Application 28464

No 1

KENNY, Thomas farmer Willunga 1854 Memorial 11/64

KENNY, Thomas farmer Carrickalinga 1860 Memorial 310/162

KENNY, Thomas farmer Myponga 1865 Memorial 1/209

KENNY, Thomas farmer Yankalilla 1863 Memorial 46/246

KENNY, Thomas farmer formerly of Willunga 1854 but now of Myponga 1872. He could not write Application 12203

No 1 – perhaps the same person

KENNY, Thomas farmer Tiparra. Arthurton (Hundred of Tiparra) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 259 County Daly

KENNY, Thomas farmer Arthurton. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 427 County Daly

No 2

KENNY, Thomas the Younger farmer Winulta. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1910 Grant Book 14 Page 141 County Daly

KENNY, William master mariner Pt Adelaide 1853 Memorial 334/50

No 1

KENT, Benjamin Archer doctor of medicine Section 255 near Adelaide 1846 Memorial 465/32

KENT, Benjamin Archer doctor of medicine formerly of Adelaide but now of the Isle of Wight, England 1864. Henry Ayers was his SA attorney Application 5617

KENT, Benjamin Archer doctor of medicine St John's Park near Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hants, England, died 25/11/1864 Memorial 24/216

No 1

KENT, Dudley George labourer Kanmantoo 1952 Application 28853

KENT, Dudley George labourer Kanmantoo, aged 63 in 1953, delared he had lived in Kanmantoo all his life Application 29019

KENT, Edward gentleman Adelaide [publican of the Sir John Barleycorn Hotel, Rundle St] leased land at Stirling North near Pt Augusta 1863 Memorial 179/192

KENT, George farmer near Millicent 1888 Memorial 124/393

KENT, George William gentleman Adelaide. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Kent 1867 Memorial 71/227

KENT, H secretary to WF LE CORNU Ltd of 57 Gawler Place, Adelaide 1914 Memorial 169/471

No 1

KENT, John miner Burra Burra Mine 1858[-1860] Memorial 16/143

No 2 - perhaps a continuation from No 1?

KENT, John spirit merchant Kooringa 1862 Memorial 119/183

KENT, John publican Kooringa 1863[-1864] Memorial 262/188

No 3

KENT, John labourer Lyndoch Valley 1882[-1885] Memorial 106/343

KENT, Joseph miller Mannum 1887 Memorial 27/382

No 1 - perhaps nee Senner, widow of the late Thomas Kent

KENT, Margaret widow late of Adelaide, but now of Gartz on the Oder [Kreis Pyritz, Pommern], Prussia, Germany, power of attorney to William David SCOTT solicitor Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 24/11/1882 Deposit 70/1886

KENT, Margaret widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Gartz/Oder, [Kreis Pyritz, Pommern], Prussia. She did her foreign business through the British Consul in Stettin 1882 Memorial 118/376

KENT, Nellie Emmaline married woman Pt Lincoln 1938 Application 28171

No 1

KENT, Richard carpenter Portland Estate 1875 Application 14402.

KENT, Richard carpenter Beulah Road, Norwood 1910 Memorial 123/462

KENT, Richard carpenter 68 Beulah Road, Norwood, died 27/6/1918 Kent Tce, Norwood. Husband of Mary Ann Kent Memorial 107/477

KENT, Mary Ann widow 68 Beulah Road, Norwood, died 18/4/1941. Mother of Ethel May BARRATT and Bertha Mary CAMERON. Grandmother of Phyllis Hermoine Barratt. Bequest to William Bert DABINETT Memorial 42/516

KENT, Richard Alfred publican Stirling North trustee unnamed school Hundred of Davenport land grant 1873 Grant Book 23 Page 43 County Frome

No 1

KENT, Thomas farmer Adamston Chain of Ponds 1858 Memorial 44/144

KENT, Thomas farmer Chain of Ponds 1860 Memorial 178/163

KENT, Thomas gentleman Fullarton 1860 Memorial 155/163

No 1

KENT, WIlliam of Kapunda 1858 Memorial 73/145

KENT, WIlliam miner Kapunda 1860 Memorial 209/170

KENT, William formerly miner Kapunda 1858 but now smelter Wallaroo 1865 Application 6181

No 2

KENT, William gentleman North Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Nathaniel OLDHAM agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/2/1872 Deposit 17/1872

No 3

KENT, WIlliam storekeeper Stirling [North] 1875 Memorial 165/285

No 1

KENTISH, Charles farmer of the Torrens 1849 Memorial 15/21

KENTISH, Charles farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 64/50

KENTISH, Charles farmer Hundred of Munno Para, died 5/10/1853 intestate. His widow, Mary Kentish, had re-married to James HARPER farmer Yorke Valley, by 1875. Charles Kentish's only child, Emma Kentish, had married Albert SHORT farmer Yorke Valley by that date Memorial 205/284

KENTISH, Charles 24 farmer, m Mary HARROP spinster 23 on 10/8/1853 St John Halifax St Adelaide. They had a child, Emma KENTISH, born 12/5/1854, probably of Munno Para Plains. James BROWN a labourer of Munno Para Plains, registered the birth. Charles Kentish died intestate 5/10/1853, after being accidentally run over by a dray. Geo Stevenson JP held an inquest. Charles Kentish's daughter, Emma Kentish, inherited his estate ‘then an infant en ventre sa mere his heiress at law him surviving’. Emma Kentish later married Albert SHORT farmer Yorke Valley. Mary Kentish widow, had become the wife of James HARPER farmer Yorke Valley by 1875, and provided the above information Deposit 194/1875

No 1

KENTISH, David farmer Section 1 near Goodwood 1851 Memorial 34/32

KENTISH, David farmer formerly of Goodwood but now of the Gawler Hills near Gawler 1879 Memorial 86/316

KENTISH, Edgar Horace draper's assistant Keith. Keith (Hundred of Stirling) township allotment land grant 1909 Grant Book 7 Page 100 County Buckingham

KENTISH, GH hotelkeeper Kalgoorlie WA 1913 Memorial 138/468

KENTISH, Henry farmer Goodwood 1853 Memorial 28/58

KENTISH, Henry NL of Castlemaine Vic 1856 Memorial 88/105

No 1 – perhaps the same person

KENTISH, Herbert David farmer Lameroo trustee School Hundred of Bews 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 5 County Chandos

KENTISH, Herbert David farmer formerly of Appila Yarrowie but then of 20 Hardys Road, Torrensville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Allenby land grant 1925 Grant Book 12 Page 150 County Chandos

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KENTISH, James Junr farmer Goodwood 1852 Memorial 472/40

KENTISH, James farmer South Road 1853 Memorial 64/51

KENTISH, James the Elder now residing on pt Section 478 Torrens River, died 23/12/1878 Memorial 1/315

KENTISH, James the Elder farmer of the Torrens had died. By 1880, his family consisted of the following members - James Kentish the Younger farmer The Pines near Laura, David Kentish farmer Gawler, Henry Kentish farmer Pyramid Hill Vic, and Elizabeth Kentish spinster Glenelg. Emma Mary HORWOOD nee Kentish had died Memorials 216 & 249/321

KENTISH, James farmer Laura. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1889 Grant Book 60 Page 195 County Victoria

KENTISH, Mary Wesley nee LA VENCE wife of James Kentish the Younger farmer Section 1 near Adelaide 1853 Memorial 400/46

KENWICK, Edward getleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1857 Memorial 280/124

KENWOOD, Richard builder Marryatville 1880 Memorial 84/322

No 1

KENWORTHY, John no description bought land at Prospect 1853 Memorial 119/53

KENWORTHY, John labourer Prospect 1858 Memorial 19/134

KEOGH, TB of Victoria Square, Adelaide, Secretary to the Catholic Permanent Building and Investment Society of Adelaide 1889 Memorial 72/398

KEON, James labourer Robe Guichen Bay 1858[-1859] Memorial 334/141

KEOUGH, Barbara law clerk Strathalbyn 1943 Memorial 97/517

KEOUGH, Christina McPhee widow Strathalbyn 1924, linked with Allen Murray Keough engineer Strathalbyn Application 27258

No 1

KEOUGH, Francis Bernard agent Adelaide (Sturt St) Co Adelaide. Cockburn (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 65 Page 171 County Not named

No 2

KEOUGH, Francis Bernard accountant Moonta St, Adelaide 1949 Application 28667

No 1

KEOUGH, James mail driver Strathalbyn 1863[-1866] Memorial 93/194

No 2

KEOUGH, James farmer Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1879[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 160 County Dalhousie

KEOUGH, Mary widow Virginia Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1877 Grant Book 26 Page 230 County Gawler

No 1

KEOUGH, Michael labourer Adelaide 1882 Memorial 199/343

KEOUGH, Michael labourer [formerly of Adelaide but then of] Chapel St, Thebarton, died 19/4/1908. Husband of Margaret Keough. Father of Francis Joseph Keough no description. accountant Adelaide (Moonta St). Executor; John MADIGAN police constable Adelaide. Brother of Patrick Keough no description, Francis Bernard Keough accountant Adelaide (Moonta St) and Anne DOYLE wife of John Doyle police inspector Pt Adelaide. Estate worth £700. By 1948, Francis Joseph Keough was a sand merchant of 86 George St, Thebarton, who died 16/10/1948. Husband of Bridget Gertrude Keough Memorials 128-130/523

KEOUGH, Michael labourer Chapel St, Thebarton, died 19/4/1908. He left his whole personal estate for his wife, Margaret Keough. She also got the income from the rents of the real estate until her son, Francis Joseph Keough, turned 21, then she received 15/-a week from the executors. If the son died without issue, the estate to go to Michael Keough's sister and brothers - Patrick Keough, Francis Keough and Anne DOYLE wife of John Doyle police inspector Pt Adelaide. Estate worth £700 Application 28667

KEOUGH, Bridget widow 86 George St, Thebarton 1949, declared that she had been born on 12/1/1879 at Millicent. She marred 8/4/1901 at Millicent and then lived at Mt Barker for 5 years, before coming to Thebarton to live with her father-in-law, Michael KEOUGH in Chapel St, Thebarton. In 1909, the Keoughs moved to Randell St, Thebarton, for 3 years and then to 77 George St, Thebarton, until they built a house at 86 George St, Thebarton where they had lived ever since Application 28667

No 1

KEPERT, Wenzel bootmaker Macclesfield 1855[-1859] Memorial 472/92

KEPERT, Wenzel bootmaker formerly of Macclesfield 1855 but now of Hartley 1873 Application 12782

No 1

KEPERT, William Francis clerk to William Matthews SANDFORD solicitor Adelaide 1855[-1860] Memorial 203/93

KEPERT, William Francis solicitor Adelaide 1866 Memorial 196/214

No 1

KEPPLER, Ludwig Friedrich Otto farmer Weaner Flat trustee unnamed cemetery Hundred of Melville land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 69 County Fergusson

KEPPLER, Otto farmer Eden Valley Hundred of Melville land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 80 County Fergusson

No 1

KERBER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Tungkillo 1857 Memorial 270/129

KERBER, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens 1878 Application 16697

No 1

KERBY, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1839 Application 13603

KERBY, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1840 Application 13603

KERBY, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1846 Memorial 208/7

KERBY, Samuel carpenter Adelaide, died c1863. Husband of Susan Kerby Memorial 148/349

KERBY, William plumber Adelaide 1842 Memorial 348/27

No 1

KERIN, James miner Kapunda 1868 Memorial 42/233

KERIN, James labourer Kapunda 1872 Memorial 44/262

No 2

KERIN, James farmer Appila-Yarrowie 1888[-1892] Memorial 185/389

KERIN, Kevin clerk to KV MCENTEE of Adelaide 1951 Memorial 88/526

No 1

KERIN, Thomas farmer Roseworthy Hundred of Melville land grant 1880[-1889] Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

No 2

KERIN, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier father of James Thomas Kerin farmer Mt Gambier 1902 Memorial 164/446

No 1

KERINS, Frederick William gentleman Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland 1850 Memorial 248/70

KERINS, Frederick William landowner Murray River [abutting the river in the Hundred of Stuart next to the Hundred of Eba], died 2/3/1855. He left the whole of his estate to his sister, Elizabeth MCGLINN [Is this the Elizabeth McGlinn who died 1/4/1875 intestate? Ann Maria WOOD wife of Frederick Walkden Wood builder North Adelaide appointed administratrix of her estate] Memorial 203/90, RPA Search 228

KERLEY, Charles and George Henry farmers Barunga. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1879 Grant Book 14 Page 460 County Daly

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KERLEY, E of Hawker 1886 Memorial 235/373

KERLEY, E of Cradock 1886 Memorial 165/380

KERLEY, Edward James farmer Parilla. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 102 County Chandos

No 1

KERLEY, Henry farmer Upper Wakefield Co Stanley. Hundred of Saddleworth land grant 1857 Grant Book 44 Page 329 County Light

KERLEY, Henry farmer The Wakefield 1865 Memorial 320/200

KERLEY, James butcher Hawker. Hundred of Wonoka land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 29 County Blachford

KERNES, E draper Angaston 1859 Memorial 194/160

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KERNEY, James wheelwright Pt Augusta 1857[-1859] Memorial 341/131

KERNEY, James wheelwright Strathalbyn 1869[-1870] Memorial 138/245

No 1

KERNEY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1856 Trustee for pt lot 230 Gawler, reserved for 'the Israelites and for the place of worship thereon erected and called The Israelites' Sanctuary' Memorial 289/101

KERNEY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1865 the sole remaining Trustee for pt lot 230 Gawler, reserved for 'the Israelites and for the place of worship thereon erected and called The Israelites' Sanctuary' Memorial 259/207

KERNEY, John cabinetmaker Adelaide 1865 Application 6634

KERNEY, John upholsterer Adelaide(Pirie St) 1876[-1881] Memorial 1/291

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KERNICH, August farmer Schreiberau 1855 Memorial 267/92

KERNICH, August farmer near Tanunda 1869 Memorial 191/241

KERNICH, August farmer Hallett Valley 1885 Application 20518

KERNICH, Carl Ernst farmer Sutherlands 1900 Grant Book 18 Page 92 County Eyre

No 1

KERNICH, Ernst Gottfried Ehrenfried farmer Schreiberau 1855 Memorial 269/92

KERNICH, Ernst Gottlieb Ehrenfried farmer Hallett Valley 1868 Application 9568

KERNICH, Friedrich farmer near Tanunda 1879 Memorial 106/317

KERNICH, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Neales Flat 1887 Memorial 199/385

No 1

KERNICH, Gottlieb Paul butcher Greenock 1895 Memorial 81/467

KERNICH, Gottlieb Paul farmer Greenock 1911 Application 25931

KERNICH, Johannes Gottlieb Paul butcher Greenock 1919 Memorial 83/478

No 1

KERNICH, Johann Friedrich Gustav farmer Neales Flat 1887 Memorial 198/385

KERNICH, Johann Friedrich Gustav farmer Cotton. Parilla (Hundred of Parilla) township allotment land grant 1907[-1908] Grant Book 12 Page 111 County Chandos

KERNICH, Johann Friedrich Gustav farmer Wilkawatt. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 124 County Chandos

KERNICH, Johann Oswald farmer near Kapunda 1917[-1919] Memorial 7/476

No 1

KERNICH, Paul Gotthard Theodor butcher Greenock 1952, declared he had been born on 31/1/1879 Application 28790

KERNICH, Paul Gotthard Thedor farmer Greenock 1956, declared that he had been born on 31/1/1879 and had lived in Greenock for some 30 years Application 29163

KERNICH, Wilhelm farmer South Rhine 1860 Memorial 244/163

No 1

KERNICK, James quarryman Willunga 1859[-1867] Memorial 316/149

No 2

KERNICK, James draper Hindmarsh 1897 Application 23371

No 1

KERNOT, Edwin White farmer Coromandel Valley 1857 Memorial 43/125

KERNOT, Edwin White farmer The Sturt. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1865 Grant Book 2 Page 25 County Adelaide

KERNOT, Edwin White gentleman Coromandel Valley 1869 Application 9690

KERNOT, Edwin White farmer Upper Sturt 1877 Memorial 80/299

KERNOT, Joan wife of Edwin Kernot farmer Upper Sturt 1855 A daughter of Thomas MATTHEWS farmer Upper Sturt Memorial 411/90

KERNOT, Hurd Matthews salesman Adelaide 1908[-1921] Memorial 165/459

KERNTKE, Carl Christian shoemaker Tanunda 1855[-1856] Memorial 230/85

No 1

KERR, Alexander butcher Penola 1869[-1870] Memorial 235/240

KERR, Alexander butcher Penola, died 6/12/1872 intestate. His estate worth £2,000. Letters of administration to his widow, Abigail Kerr 1893 Application 22546

KERR, Alexander probably of Penola, died 6/12/1872 intestate. His widow, Abigail Kerr, remarried to James STARK carpenter Penola on 29/1/1877 Memorial 96/304

No 1

KERR, Archibald farmer Modbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

KERR, Archibald farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1890] Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

KERR, Archibald of Caltowie 1887 Memorial 92/387

KERR, Archibald farmer Caltowie 1905 Memorial 115/460

KERR, Arthur Christopher beer bottler Pt Augusta Co Frome. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1884 Grant Book 65 Page 136 County Not named

KERR, Beatrice Mary married woman Albert St, Mitcham, aged 75 in 1952, declared that she had lived in Mitcham all her life, except for 10 years in Victoria a long time ago Application 28937

KERR, Bruce Fotheringham farmer Quindoo Park, Roseworthy, died 24/9/1941 near the Little Para from injuries received in a motor accident, aged 46. Born at Roseworthy. Married aged 22 years. Wife unnamed. 2 sons and 1 daughter living - Ellen KOCH, David Dawson Kerr and John Allen Kerr Memorials 101 & 108/529

No 1

KERR, Charles schoolmaster Ardtornish 1866 Memorial 108/215

KERR, Charles schoolmaster Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 195/220

KERR, Charles schoolmaster Ardtornish near Modbury linked with George Black Kerr farmer Ardtornish near Modbury 1867 Memorial 248/224

KERR, Charles schoolmaster Upper Dry Creek 1867 Memorial 14/230

KERR, Charles teacher Ardtornish School and Janet Affleck Kerr his wife 1873 Memorial 115/270

KERR, Charles school teacher Ardtornish Dry Creek 1874 Application 13598

KERR, Charles schoolmaster Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1882 Memorial 159/340

KERR, Charles gentleman Caltowie father of George Black Kerr farmer Caltowie, who died 23/4/1890 a bachelor and intestate Memorial 61/403

KERR, Charles out of business Caltowie father of George Black Kerr farmer Caltowie, who died 23/4/1890 a bachelor and intestate. Charles Edward Kerr telegraph clerk Adelaide linked with this family Memorial 176/403

KERR, Janet Affleck (wife of Charles Kerr teacher formerly of the Ardtornish School but then of Waterloo), died 24/2/1893 at East Adelaide. Estate worth £100. Mother of Marion Mitchell Kerr, Christina McColl Kerr, George Black Kerr, John Black Kerr, Mary Black Kerr, and Georgina Alexandrina Dods Kerr. Mrs Kerr was a granddaugher of George Black from whom she inherited a valuable silver cup. Executors: Henry Wright HARRIS pilot Exeter Le Fevre Peninsula and James SOUTH farmer Koorundinga Springs. Christina MColl Kerr married James DUNSTONE labourer Pt Pirie by 1893 Memorials 154 & 155/419

KERR, Janet Afflick wife of Charles Kerr schoolmaster Waterloo, died 24/2/1893. She had two daughters - Marion Mitchell Kerr, who died 31/3/1889 Waterloo unmarried, of typhoid fever, aged 24; and Christina McColl Kerr who married James DUNSTONE 27 bachelor butcher Caltowie (Father: John Dunstone) on 11/10/1876 Bride's father's home Waterloo. Minister: James HENDERSON. Witnesses: Archibald Kerr farmer Caltowie and Georgiana AD Kerr of Caltowie Application 25312

KERR, Charles Stair farmer Pt Vincent 1885 Memorial 34/364

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KERR, David farmer Mudla Wirra 1872 Memorial 124/258

KERR, David farmer Mudla Wirra 1872 Application 11920

KERR, David farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877 Grant Book 14 Page 366 County Daly

KERR, David farmer Roseworthy Co Gawler. Hundred of Koolunga land grant 1877 Grant Book 55 Page 183 County Stanley

KERR, David farmer Quintoo Park near Roseworthy 1889 Application 21688

KERR, David farmer Quintoo Park near Roseworthy 1895[-1903] Memorial 94/424

KERR, David farmer Roseworthy 1898 Application 23524

No 1

KERR, Donald solicitor Adelaide 1924 Memorial 99/491

KERR, Donald solicitor Adelaide, died 30/1/1928. Husband of Marjorie Jane Kerr Memorial 175/499

No 1

KERR, Donald Alexander student Glen Osmond 1880[-1881] Application 18237, Memorial 112/329

KERR, Donald Alexander student Glen Osmond linked with Joseph Gordon Kerr gentleman Sydney NSW 1881 Memorial 59/331

KERR, Donald Alexander student Glen Osmond 1882 Probably a family connection with Joseph Gordon Kerr gentleman Sydney NSW Application 18846

KERR, Donald Alexander gentleman Adelaide 1892 Application 22430

KERR, Frederick commercial traveller formerly of Glanville but now of Alberton 1905 Application 25029

No 1

KERR, George Black farmer Ardtornish near Modbury 1867 Memorial 218/225

KERR, George Black farmer Modbury Co Adelaide. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

KERR, George Black farmer Caltowie. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1877[-1878] Grant Book 60 Page 184 County Victoria

KERR, George Black died 23/4/1890 no details. Charles Kerr gentleman Caltowie was the executor and trustee. He was some relation to Charles Edward KERR telegraph operator Adelaide 1890 Application 21848

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and Younger

KERR, Hugh farmer Kensington 1848[-1853] Memorial 268/13

KERR, Hugh farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1858 Application 73

KERR, Hugh farmer Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1858 Balhannah District School trustee Memorial 21/152

KERR, Hugh farmer near Balhannah 1861 Application 2252

KERR, Hugh the Elder and Younger farmers Bonney Flat near Balhannah 1876 Memorial 9/288

KERR, James Hallam and Thomas John blacksmiths and wheelwrights Kooringa 1880 Memorial 232/323

KERR, James wheelwright Kooringa Co Burra. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 198 County Dalhousie

KERR, James William and Thomas John blacksmiths Kooringa 1875 Memorial 129/284

No 1

KERR, John gentleman Adelaide 1839 Memorial 256/21

KERR, John gentleman formerly of Adelaide, but now farmer Hartfield . He had dealings with William SMITH farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Hartfield 1843 Memorial 117/20

Application 2057

KERR, John gentleman Black Forest 1843 Memorial 160/26,

KERR, John gentleman Spring Vale near O’Halloran Hill 1849 Memorial 288/15

KERR, John boarding with William SMITH Spring Vale O'Halloran Hill 1856 Memorial 87/110

KERR, John of Spring Vale, died c1856. William SMITH farmer Spring Vale, Robert Smith farmer Bathbank, Peter CUING Esquire Adelaide, and Robert MONTGOMERY Esquire Happy Valley mentioned in the will Memorial 191/114

KERR, John boarding with William SMITH of Spring Vale O’Halloran Hill, ‘consider my life more than usually precious on account of my present affliction; All his property to be managed by Robert MONTGOMERY JP Happy Valley; Peter CUMMING Esquire merchant Adelaide; Robert SMITH of Bathbank and William SMITH Senr Spring Vale. After all his debts paid, the remainder of his estate to be sent to his heirs in Scotland. Estate worth £1,500. Will made 16/6/1851. John Kerr must have died late 1854 Deposit 575/1856

No 2

KERR, John mason New Glenelg 1880 Application 18121

No 3

KERR, John farmer Hampstead 1871 Memorial 212/250

KERR, John farmer Enfield 1881 Memorial 178/329

KERR, John farmer Enfield 1881 Son of the late Stair Kerr. Stair Kerr bought most of Section 329 from RJ MCCANN in 1840, when he built a cottage on Lot 3, and lived there until his death on 8/6/1869, leaving the premises to his son, John Kerr Application 18826

KERR, John farmer formerly of Enfield but now of Pt Vincent 1883 Application 19983

KERR, John farmer Pt Vincent 1883 Memorial 227/347

KERR, John and Charles Stair farmers Pt Vincent trustees Institute Pt Vincent township allotment land grant 1910 Grant Book 19 Page 468 County Fergusson

No 4

KERR, John farmer Hundred of Curramulka 1886 Memorial 117/378

No 5

KERR, John of Moonta 1878 Memorial 44/311

No 6

KERR, John lance corporal of police Saddleworth 1881 Memorial 188/330

No 1

KERR, Joseph Gordon of Adelaide 1879 Memorial 109/316

KERR, Joseph Gordon gentleman Adelaide 1880 Memorial 153/322

KERR, Joseph Gordon gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Sydney NSW 1880 Application 18237

KERR, Joseph Gordon of Sydney NSW, power of attorney to Christian Ludwig MEYER the Younger merchant Adelaide, to finalise the estate of his father William Isaac KERR storekeeper Clare, who died 16/6/1859. Attorney issued 1/5/1880 Deposit 155/1880

No 1

KERR, Mungo farmer Hundred of Belvidere 1862 Memorial 341/183

KERR, Mungo farmer near St Kitts Creek 1867 Memorial 113/222

KERR, Mungo farmer Hundred of Belvidere and Sarah Kerr his wife parents of Archibald Kerr 1872 Memorial 133/267

KERR, Sarah widow Stockwell 1873, relict of Mungo Kerr. She inherited his estate in trust for her lifetime, then equally to her two sons Archibald and William Kerr (aged 18 and 12 years respectively) absolutely in remainder expectant Application 13190

No 1

KERR, Percy Alfred farmer Clarendon 1924 Memorial 93/491

KERR, Percy Alfred farmer formerly of Clarendon but now of American River KI 1946 Application 28444

No 1

KERR, Peter farmer Goolwa 1855 Memorial 208/94

KERR, Peter formerly farmer 1855 but now cooper Goolwa 1876 Application 14859

No 1

KERR, Stair farmer Hampstead 1854[-1858] Memorial 183/69

KERR, Stair farmer Enfield, died 8/6/1869, a widower and intestate, father of John Kerr farmer Enfield Memorial 172/250

No 1 - perhaps a mixture of the Elder and Younger

KERR, William labourer Adelaide 1844 Memorial 104/332

KERR, William labourer Magill 1847[-1867] Memorial 404/8

KERR, William carrier Magill 1853 Memorial 460/50

KERR, William labourer Magill 1867 Application 8244

KERR, William labourer formerly of Adelaide later of Magill, now gardener Magill 1881 Application 18610

KERR, William labourer Magill 1887 Memorial 191/386

KERR, William mason Magill father of Frederick Kerr commercial traveller Glanville 1895 Memorial 133/425

No 2

KERR, William mason Dulwich, died 1880 He left his entire estate to his wife, Eleonora Georgina Kerr, under various trusts for the benefit of herself and the testator's children. Trustees included the testator's father and brother, John Kerr the Elder labourer mason Adelaide and John Kerr the Younger mason Glenelg; also John CHAPMAN builder Adelaide (Whitmore Square) and John KINROSS sawyer Adelaide (Grenfell St) Memorial 7/326

No 3

KERR, William director John MARTIN & Co Adelaide (104 Rundle St) 1889 Memorial 139/399

KERR, William Henry warehouseman North Adelaide Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 571 County Frome

No 1

KERR, William Isaac draper Adelaide 1850 Memorial 321/25 KERR, William Isaac storekeeper Clare 1854[-1859] Memorial 493/62

KERR, William Isaac farmer Clare 1855 Memorial 339/90

KERR, William Isaac storekeeper Clare died c1860. He left his estate in various trusts to his wife, Roberta Kerr, and his children Wilhelmina Kerr, Joseph Gordon Kerr and Donald Alexander Kerr Memorial 218/170

KERR, William Isaac died 1859. His wife, Roberta Kerr, to have a life interest in his real estate while she remained a widow. If she remarried, she should get £60 annuity for life and the three children - Williamina Kerr, Joseph Gordon Kerr and Donald Alexander Kerr - to inherit the real estate equally and absolutely in remainder expectant. The testator's sister, Martha Kerr, to inherit a £15 annuity for life Memorial 32/317

KERR, William Isaac storekeeper Clare, died 16/6/1859, leaving his estate to his wife, Roberta Kerr, in trust for life, then to his children absolutely in remainder expectant. He left interests in Clare allotments, Teuton’s Brewery, life insurance, his stock in trade, in trust. Roberta Kerr died 16/3/1861. Trustees to take care of the estate and the children now: Alexander CUMMING merchant Adelaide, and Alexander HAY MP Adelaide. The son, Donald Alexander Kerr, turned 19 on 10/4/1878. The daughter, Willamina Kerr, about to marry Christian Ludwig MEYER the Younger merchant Adelaide 1861, agreed to place her inherited real estate in trust, to herself for life, then to her husband, CL Meyer, in trust for life; then to any children of the marriage in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant  Enrolment 36/53

KERR, Roberta widow Clare 1860 Memorial 340/166

KERR, Williamina, Joseph Gordon and Donald Alexander children of the late William Isaac Kerr formerly storekeeper Clare now deceased 1861 Memorial 69/178

KERRISON, Cornelius and John leasehold farmers Mt Barker District 1849[-1854] Memorial 90/67

No 1

KERRISON, John stone mason Mt Barker 1854[-1855] Memorial 65/68

KERRISON, John stonemason Mt Barker 1855[-1857] Memorial 166/94 Trustee Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Ashbourne 1856 Memorial 209/102

KERRISON, John stonemason Mt Barker became a bankrupt c1860 Application 4487

KERRISON, John stone mason formerly of Mt Barker but now of Pt Wallaroo 1862 Memorial 11/187, Application 3327

KERRISON, John trader Moonta Bay. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1873 Grant Book 14 Page 81 County Daly

No 2 - likely to be linked with No 1

KERRISON, John mason Pt Lincoln 1906 Memorial 65/456

KERRISON, John plasterer Pt Lincoln 1911[-1913] Memorial 38/465, Application 26172

KERRISON, John formerly mason Pt Lincoln but now night watchman Pt Adelaide 1927 Application 27576

KERRISON, Percival James tailor Pt Lincoln 1913 Application 26172

KERRISON, Stephen mason Alberton 1898 Application 23528

No 1

KERRUISH, George law clerk Adelaide 1900 Memorial 239/439

KERRUISH, George clerk to Benjamin BENNY solicitor Adelaide 1902 Memorial 85/490

KERSHAW, Arthur Edwin land surveyor Carrieton Co Dalhousie. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 5 Page 5 County Blachford

No 1

KERSHAW, Eli farmer East Robe 1859 Application 996

KERSHAW, Eli farmer Robe S-E 1859[-1864] Memorial 284/148

KERSHAW, George of Millicent Millicent North (Hundred of Mt Muirhead) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 31 Page 308 County Grey

KERSLAKE, James labourer Troubridge Area Hundred of Melville land grant 1874 Grant Book 19 Page 68 County Fergusson

No 1

KERSLAKE, James Thomas grazier and storekeeper Strathalbyn 1925 Memorial 145/492

KERSLAKE, James Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1940 Memorial 17/515, Application 28296

No 1

KERSLAKE, Richard of Gumeracha 1862 Memorial 233/357

KERSLAKE, Richard labourer Gumeracha and Joanna Kerslake his wife. Children mentioned but not named 1863 Memorial 177/362

KERSLAKE, Richard labourer later farmer Gumeracha and his wife, Joanna nee MUTTON. Richard Kerslake died 5/2/1863. Joanna Kerslake 30 Gumeracha (Father: James Mutton) remarried to Joseph GRIGG 30 gardener Brownhill Creek (Father: George Grigg) on 25/12/1864 Kerslake home Gumeracha. Minister: John S GREER Wesleyan Minister. Witnesses: John ROWE labourer Gumeracha and Harriett Ann Rowe. All the Kerslake children born at Gumeracha. Elizabeth Ann Kerslake born 17/3/1857 married at 21 North Adelaide to Stephen PAGE 28 bachelor painter and plumber North Adelaide (Father: William Page) on 6/8/2878 Stephen Page home North Adelaide. Minister: Thomas Jefferson GORE. Witnesses; Joseph John HELLEM coachsmith Adelaide. Mary Ann Kerslake born 14/10/1858, married 19 of Brownhill Creek to John KEMP 24 bachelor carpenter Brownhill Creek (Father: Thomas Kemp) on 18/9/1878 Stephen PAGE home North Adelaide. Minister: TJ Gore. Witnesses: Stephen Page painter and Elizabeth Ann Page of North Adelaide. Joanna Kerslake born 7/11/1860 married as a 20 year old spinster Adelaide, to Alfred Herbert Montgomery WILSON 22 bachelor coachsmith Adelaide (Father; Alfred Thomas Wilson) on 1/6/1881 at Church of Christ Grote St, Adelaide. TJ Gore Minister. Witnesses: Florence Wilson of Adelaide, Thomas John Wright coachbuilder Adelaide, and Alfred WILSON engineer Adelaide. Maria Kerslake born 18/12/1862 lived at Brownhill Creek 1884 Application 20376

No 1

KERSLAKE, William labourer Middleton 1863[-1865] Memorial 180/385

KERSLAKE, William farmer near Middleton 1869 Memorial 125/236

KERSLAKE, WIlliam miller Middleton 1869[-1875] Memorial 121/242

KERSLAKE, William labourer Middleton, died 13/3/1874. His estate worth £25. He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Kerslake, for life, then to his brother, John Kerslake 'now in England', or his heirs Application 27782

KERSLEY, Frederick the Younger carrier Hindmarsh 1925 Application 27378

KERSWELL, William labourer Norwood 1851[-1857] Memorial 466/29

No 1

KERVILL, William farmer Section 88 Bay Road near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 285/46

KERVILL, William farmer Plympton 1856 Memorial 266/105

No 1

KERWOOD, George James builder formerly of Adelaide, now of St Bernards 1850[-1853] Memorial 97/23 Builder Magill 1851, 1854 Memorial 329/31

KERWOOD, George James builder St Bernards near Magill 1853 Memorial 478/60

KERWOOD, George James builder Payneham 1858 Application 38

KERWOOD, George James builder Magill 1863 Application 3786

KERWOOD, George James builder Kensington 1884 Memorial 110/363, Application 27434

KERWOOD, Richard builder Marryatville 1880 Memorial 84/322

KESKER, James publican Kapunda 1879 Memorial 146/320

KESLET, Ralph Wheatley Odgers mason Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13584

KESSAL, HF JP of Mt Gambier 1897 Memorial 87/432

KESSEL, Edwin coachbuilder Adelaide 1865[-1883] Memorial 146/203

KESSELL, John stoker Rosewater 1878[-1885] Memorial 134/308

No 1

KESSELL, Stephen Methodist minister Mt Barker 1910 Memorial 131/463, Application 27864

KESSELL, Stephen Methodist minister Gawler 1919 Memorial 12/479

No 1

KESTEL, Frederick mason Yatala Plains 1865[-1866] bought land in Rosewater Memorial 333/204

KESTEL, Frederick mason formerly of Rosewater but now in parts beyond the seas 1868 Memorial 216/233

No 2

KESTEL, Frederick mason Portland Estate 1870[-1872] Memorial 53/244

KESTEL, Frederick of Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16927

KESTEL, Frederick Isaac farmer Rudall 1922 Memorial 104/486

No 1

KESTEL, Isaac mason Kooringa 1851 Memorial 125/35

KESTEL, Isaac labourer Cheltenham near Tam O’Shanter Belt 1852 Memorial 43/43.

KESTEL, Isaac mason formerly of Kooringa but now of Cheltenham 1854 Memorial 225/75

KESTEL, Isaac bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 23/71

KESTEL, Isaac gentleman Adelaide, his wife Miriam Kestel and son, Frederic Kestel 1855 Memorial 417/79

KESTEL, Isaac of near Port Adelaide, Miriam Kestel his wife and Ralph Wheatley Odgers Kestel his son 1860 Memorial 179/164

KESTEL, Isaac mason Queenstown and Miriam Kestel his wife parents of Ralph Wheatley Odgers Kestel of Queenstown 1871 Memorial 65/257

KESTEL, Isaac mason Queenstown and Miriam Kestel his wife parents of Frederick Kestel of the Portland Estate 1872 Memorial 142/259

No 1

KESTEL, Ralph Wheatley Odgers of Cheltenham 1854 Son of Isaac Kestel mason formerly of Kooringa now of Cheltenham Memorial 170/70

KESTEL, Ralph mason Pt Adelaide 1868 Application 9204

KESTEL, Ralph Wheatley Odgers builder Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 104/306

KESTEL, Ralph Wheatley Odgers builder Pt Adelaide, died 17/9/1903. Husband of Ann Kestel. Father of Frederick Isaac Kestel and other children mentioned but not named Memorial 249/449

KESTER, George and James farmers Allen Creek near Kapunda 1873 Memorial 67/268

No 1

KESTER, James farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1865[-1876] Memorial 188/235

KESTER, James [formerly farmer Allen Creek but now] publican Kapunda 1879 Memorial 146/320

KESTER, Richard William farmer Golden Grove Hundred of Bagot land grant 1875 Grant Book 17 Page 230 County Eyre

KESTEVEN, Robert Sutton publican Belair 1917[-1918] Memorial 32/476

No 1

KETCHER, John farmer Kensington 1858 Memorial 90/135

KETCHER, John farmer [formerly of Kensington but now of the] Strathalbyn District 1865 Memorial 233/206

KETCHER, John farmer Sandergrove near Strathalbyn 1869[-1877] Memorial 46/237

KETHEL, JA, RUTT, GW & LAWSON joint architects Adelaide (Stow Chambers) drew up lease plans for Alliance Building Pt TA 108 Adelaide 1926 (CT 1412/183) Deposit 42/1926

KETTLE, Richard yeoman Gawler 1853 Memorial 79/52

No 1

KEUBLETT, William Lewis waterman Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 463/73

KEUBLETT, William Lewis mariner Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 155/137

KEUBLETT, William Lewis deputy harbour master Pt Adelaide 1864[-1878] Memorial 5/197

KEUBLETT, William Lewis powder magazine keeper Pt Adelaide 1866[-1871] Memorials 180/209 & 228/251

KEUBLETT, William Lewis powder magazine keeper Pt Adelaide and Mary Ann Keublett his wife 1871 Memorial 140/404

KEUBLETT, William Lewis formerly assistant harbour master 1864 now magazine keeper Pt Adelaide 1875 Application 14192

KEVELL, James farmer Darley Village on the Torrens 1853 Memorial 280/55

No 1 – Patrick Martin Keville

KEVILLE, Patrick grocer Clare 1871 Memorial 195/252

KEVILLE, Patrick innkeeper Georgetown. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1872[-1873] Grant Book 60 Page 79 County Victoria

KEVILLE, Patrick innkeeper Georgetown. Hundred of Booyoolie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 145 County Victoria

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin storekeeper Georgetown Wirrabara township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 24 Page 522 County Frome

KEVILLE, Patrick storekeeper Georgetown 1875 Application 14461

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin storekeeper Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875[-1877] Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin storekeeper Crystal Brook Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 569 County Frome

KEVILLE, Patrick storekeeper Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Morchard (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 248 County Dalhousie

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin storekeeper Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 284 County Grey

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin storekeeper Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Quorn (Hundred of Pichi Richi) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 49 Page 5 County Newcastle

KEVILLE, Patrick Martin of Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1880[-1881] Grant Book 60 Page 230 County Victoria

KEVILLE, Patrick grocer Clare 1884 Application 20374

KEVERN, Charles stockkeeper Pennunna [perhaps Pernuna?] in the Far North of SA 1859 Memorial 232/157

KEVERIN, Charles stockkeeper Pennuna [perhaps Pernuna?], Far North SA, power of attorney to Joseph CURNOW innkeeper Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/8/1859 Deposit 297/1859

KEVERN, James of Yorketown 1891 Memorial 203/408

KEVERN, William John farmer Bowden and Isabella Jane Kevern his wife 1892 Application 22209

KEWES, John engineer Kooringa 1852 Memorial 383/44

KEWES, John S farmer Kenwyn Farm near Mintaro. Father of Matthew Kewes 1870 Memorial 234/279

No 1

KEWSON, H publican Rhynie 1871 Memorial 209/253

KEWSON, Henry licensed victualler Rhynie Co Gawler. Georgetown (Hundred of Bundaleer) township allotment land grant 1871 Grant Book 60 Page 77 County Victoria

KEWSON, Henry licensed victualler Rhynie Co Gawler. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 66 County Victoria

KEWSON, Mary spinster Georgetown. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

KEY, Caroline of New Cavendish St, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to John Frederick KEY to manage her SA business affairs 15/10/1884 Deposit 152/1886

KEY, CM clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1902 Memorial 54/447

No 1

KEY, Henry Garrett Esquire Tokenhouse Yard, London, Middlesex, England 1841 Memorial 381/13

KEY, Henry Garrett of Blackwell, Bucks, England, died 17/9/1853. Estate worth £6,000. He left his estate to his wife in trust for life, then to his two daughters equally absolutely in remainder expectant. The trustees, his wife Mary KEY, Henry TUDOR Esquire Conduit St, Hanover Square, London and George Tudor Esquire Portman Square, London Deposit 95/1877

KEY, John Frederick accountant Adelaide 1906[-1920] Memorial 175/454

KEYES, George licensed victualler Adelaide 1882 Memorial 53/345

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KEYNES, Ebenezer draper Angaston 1853[-1857] Memorial 169/58 Linked with William Keynes gentleman Adelaide Memorial 55/126

KEYNES, Ebenezer District Registrar Angaston 1856 Memorial 31/107

KEYNES, Ebenezer JP of Angaston 1865 Memorial 142/201

KEYNES, Ebenezer storekeeper Angaston 1873 Memorial 216/264

KEYNES, Ebenezer gentleman Angaston 1877 Application 15779

KEYNES, E the Younger bank manager Koolunga 1887[-1888] Memorial 151/381

No 1

KEYNES, James and Richard gentlemen North Rhine 1860 Memorial 153/162 Storekeepers Tanunda 1860 Memorial 154/162

KEYNES, James and Richard storekeepers Tanunda linked with William Keynes gentleman Tanunda 1865 Memorial 94/208

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

KEYNES, James storekeeper Stockport 1881 Memorial 199/333

KEYNES, James out of business Malvern 1887, died 22/1/1891. Husband of Jane Keynes Memorial 16/447

KEYNES, Jane widow Malvern relict of the late James Keynes formerly gentleman Stockport now deceased 1902 Memorial 17/445

No 1

KEYNES, Joseph farmer Flaxman Valley 1842 Memorial 500/1

KEYNES, Joseph sheep farmer Keyneton purchased Sections 346, 347, 349, 353- 357 Hundred of North Rhine, known as the Poonawurta Mine, in 1851, for £957/14/6. He was a shareholder in this mine. Other shareholders included James PHILCOX and Dr ADDISON, who left SA and apparently took their deeds with them Application 27862

KEYNES, Joseph and William stockholders North Rhine 1851 Memorial 391/37

KEYNES, Joseph sheep farmer Kadlunga near Watervale 1851[-1854]Memorial 484/56

KEYNES, Joseph Esquire Penwortham 1853 Memorial 123/162

Farmer Wakefield River 1860 Memorial 39/162

KEYNES, Joseph sheep farmer Cadlunga 1862 Application 3193

KEYNES, Joseph Esquire Keyneton, died 14/5/1883 Lockleys. Very involved explanation of the disposition of the Keyneton Estate, allied as it was with Joseph Keynes’s marriage settlement with his wife, Ann Taunton Keynes Enrolment 48/55

KEYNES, Joseph stockholder Keyneton, died on 14/5/1883. He left his daughters, Elizabeth RANDELL and Ellen BAGOT, £400 each a year for life, then the family of both daughters would receive £8,000 each to distribute amongst them equally absolutely. Elizabeth Randell died 16/8/1927 Norbury Croydon, England. Ellen Bagot died before 25/11/1928 without issue. Solicitor HW PARKER had charge of the Keynes Estate during Joseph Keynes's lifetime. Thomas Pope, a solicitor in Parker's employ from 1871, did the legal work for the Keynes Estate until he retired from the firm and left Adelaide in 1914. Thomas Reginald MELLOR solicitor Adelaide, who entered the employ in 1910 and in 1919 became a partner of the firm of W & T POPE solicitors Adelaide, had charge of the Keynes Estate papers in 1933 Application 27862

No 2

KEYNES, Joseph Esquire Templers 1867 Memorial 127/226

No 3

KEYNES, Joseph pastoralist Keyneton 1920 Memorial 166/481

No 1

KEYNES, Richard and James storekeepers Tanunda 1862 Application 2873

No 2

KEYNES, Richard gentleman Dunrobin near Brighton 1872 Memorial 54/261

KEYNES, Richard Robinson sheep farmer Keyneton 1884 Memorial 69/356

No 1

KEYNES, William Esquire Adelaide, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Walter HACKETT seedsman Rundle St, Adelaide, to administer his SA business affairs 22/3/1867 Deposit 153/1879

KEYNES, William sheep farming agent Adelaide 1867[-1872] Memorial 98/225

KEYNES, William gentleman Dunrobin near Brighton 1870[-1879] Memorial 98/245

KEYNES, William Esquire Dunrobin Brighton 1886 Application 20939

No 1

KEYS, Catherine widow Glenelg 1860[-1868] Memorial 231/168

KEYS, Catherine widow Glenelg, died 8/8/1871. She left bequests covering the whole estate to her daughter, Sarah Eustace HITCHCOX wife of William Hitchcox chemist and druggist Glenelg and granddaughters, Josephine Elizabeth Hitchcox and Ida Eustace Hitchcox in complicated trusts. If their issued had failed before the testator had died, the bulk of the estate to go to the testator's son, Patrick Fox LITHGOW engineer New York USA and his descendants; failing their issue, then to the testator's nephew, William Beer Fox gentleman Greystone, Co Wicklow, Ireland. Under no circumstances should her son-in-law, William Hitchcox, or members of his family be appointed executors of Mrs Keys's will. Executors; the Rev'd Thomas Field of Glenelg and Edward Amand Wright gentleman Glenelg [The trust estate lasted for the rest of the 19th and into the 20th century] Memorial 24/255 & Application 26582

KEYS, CJ store manager Mt Bryan 1923 Memorial 77/489

KEYTE, Henry farmer McLaren Vale 1855[-1857] Memorial 25/87

No 1

KEYTE, William blacksmith McLaren Vale 1857 Memorial 99/128

KEYTE, William of Oaklands Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Wauraltee land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 223 County Fergusson

No 1

KEYWORTH, Thomas carpenter Salisbury 1852 Memorial 269/40

KEYWORTH, Thomas builder Salisbury 1857 Memorial 347/123

KEYWORTH, Thomas builder Salisbury 1860 Application 1737

KEYWORTH, T undertaker Salisbury 1893 Application 24385

KEYWORTH, Thomas builder Salisbury 1906 Application 25249

KEYWORTH, Thomas carpenter Salisbury 1909, declared that he had lived in the area for 51 years Application 25657

KEYWORTH, Thomas builder Salisbury 1910 Application 25780

KEYWORTH, Thomas carpenter Salisbury, died 21/7/1913. He left his £1,200 estate to his three daughters, Emile Keyworth (spinster Henley Beach), Eliza Jane KNOCK and Priscilla STRIBLING Application 26737

KEYWORTH, Thomas carpenter Salisbury, died 21/7/1913. Executor; David George STRIBLING farmer Stockport Memorial 87/469

KHAN, Derria storekeeper Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1893[-1894] Grant Book 65 Page 139 County Not named

KHAN, Dooran hawker Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 139 County Not named

KHAN, Ellen married woman Hammond 1942 Application 28340

No 1

KHAN, Gunny camel proprietor Bourke NSW. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 140 County Not named

KHAN, Gunny camel proprietor Adelaide Co Adelaide. Tarcoola (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 302 County Not named

KHAN, Jema carrier Hergott Springs Out of Hundreds. Marree (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1894 Grant Book 65 Page 139 County Not named

KHURST, Arthur FA clerk to CB Hardy solicitor Adelaide 1872 Memorial 66/258

No 1

KIDBY, Isabella widow Pt Adelaide 1880 Dr GETHING looked after her business affairs Application 18245

KIDBY, Arabella widow late of Pt Adelaide, but now of Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, power of attorney to William John GETHING solicitor Pt Adelaide, to sell her lot 316 Hundred of Pt Adelaide, and conduct her other business affairs in connection with the property 27/5/1886 Deposit 111/1886

No 1

KIDD, Alexander miner Bowden 1856 Memorial 19/97

KIDD, Alexander miner formerly of Bowden 1856 but now of Daylesford Vic 1874 Application 13734

No 1

KIDD, Alfred Esquire White Park 1859 Memorial 126/148

KIDD, Alfred Esquire White Park, about to leave the province, power of attorney to Herbert Bristow HUGHES Esquire Beauewelee, to manage his SA business affairs 12/1/1859 Deposit 20/1859

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KIDD, Fred hotel manager Kingston Lacepede Bay 1876 Memorial 136/296

KIDD, Frederick clerk Kingston S-E 1884 Memorial 13/362

KIDD, Hannah Louisa widow Kent Town relict of the late Frederick Kidd otherwise known as Samuel Kidd 1884 Memorial 14/362

No 1 - perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KIDD, George carpenter Milang 1859 Memorial 7/159

KIDD, George the Younger farmer Milang. Milang Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1866 Memorial 4/243

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIDD, Joseph wheelwright formerly of Adelaide but now of the Mt Barker District 1854[-1855] Memorial 331/70

KIDD, Joseph shipbuilder West Milang 1858 Memorial 30/136

KIDD, Joseph carpenter Milang and Mary Ann Kidd his wife 1859[-1867]. A link with William George Kidd no description Memorials 7/159, 147/402

KIDD, John labourer Goolwa 1859 Application 953

KIDDLE, Richard Esquire of the Kybybolite Estate near Narracoorte 1890 Memorial 231/403

KIDMAN, Charles Nunn linked with World's End Head Station in the Hundred of Bright Co Burra 1881 Memorial 17/337

No 1

KIDMAN, Charles William farmer Willowie 1890 Memorial 187/401

KIDMAN, Charles William farmer Willowie Hundred of Willowie land grant 1900 Grant Book 24 Page 749 County Frome

KIDMAN, Charles William farmer Morchard 1904 Book 13 Page 266 County Dalhousie

No 1

KIDMAN, George gentleman Norwood 1854 Memorial 250/63

KIDMAN, George stockdealer Kapunda 1889 Memorial 6/398

KIDMAN, George grazier Kapunda 1910[-1915] Memorial 201/462

No 2

KIDMAN, George drover Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1878 Grant Book 50 Page 259 County Robe

No 1

KIDMAN, Sidney stockdealer Kapunda 1890 Memorial 106/404

KIDMAN, Sydney and Sackville graziers Kapunda trading under the style or firm of Kidman Bros 1897 Memorial 18/431

KIDMAN, Sidney pastoralist Adelaide 1919 Memorial 155/478

KIDMAN, Sidney stock and station owner Eringa Kapunda 1919 Memorial 20/479

KIDMAN, Sidney contractor Adelaide trading under the style or firm of Kidman Contracting Co 1919 Memorial 24/479

KIDMAN, Sidney pastoralist and contractor Adelaide, about to leave Australia for a time, power of attorney to Joseph TIMMS contractor Adelaide, to carry out works at the Tod River and elsewhere in the vicinity, in SA, as agreed 20/7/1918, between the Concrete Steel Contracting Company and the Commissioner for Waterworks in SA 31/7/1919 Deposit 40/1919

KIDMAN, Sidney Knight Bachelor Northgate St, Millswood and Isobel Brown Kidman his wife 1931 Application 27845

No 1

KIDMAN, Sydney Herbert stockowner Gundrys Hill Kapunda and Isabel Brown Kidman his wife 1902 Memorial 119/447

KIDMAN, Sidney Herbert stockholder formerly of Gundry's Hill Kapunda but now of Millswood and Esabel Brown Kidman his wife 1922 Memorial 44/485

No 1

KIDMAN, Thomas of Naracoorte Hundred of Jessie land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 258 County Robe

KIDMAN, Thomas farmer Naracoorte Hundred of Robertson land grant 1901 Grant Book 50 Page 177 County Robe

KIDNER, Benjamin of the Bank of Adelaide in Adelaide 1880 Memorial 60/325

No 1

KIDNER, John Champion 33 farmer Durston, near Taunton (father: Samuel Kidner farmer) m Sarah Ann MAGAREY 34 spinster The Beeches Westridge Road, South Stoneham (Father: James Magarey deceased gent) 28/7/1883 Church of Christ, Above Bar, Southants, England Deposit 121/1892

KIDNER, Sarah Ann wife of JC Kidner farmer late of Purston, Somerset, but now of Fulford Abingdon, Berks, England, power of attorney to the Executor Trustee and Agency Co SA Ltd, to manage her SA business affairs 4/1/1897 Deposit 38/1899

KIDNER, Samuel gentleman Adelaide 1868[-1881] Memorial 116/229

No 1

KIDNEY, Henry police trooper Redruth 1862 Memorial 293/186

KIDNEY, Henry police trooper formerly of Redruth but now of Kapunda 1874 Memorial 248/274

KIDNEY, Henry police trooper Tanunda 1874 Application 16871

KIDNEY, John labourer Beverley 1876 Application 15447

No 1

KIDNEY, Thomas labourer Beverley 1853[-1854] Memorial 62/55

KIDNEY, Thomas carpenter Beverley 1856 Memorial 188/101

KIDNEY, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1856 Memorial 92/106

KIDNEY, Thomas formerly carpenter Beverley 1854 but now labourer Mt Lofty 1866 Application 7387

No 2

KIDNEY, Thomas builder Summertown 1880[-1902] Memorial 101/321

KIEFEL, Gottlieb farmer Light Pass 1860 Memorial 243/167

No 1 - probably the same person

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Christian Wilhelm trader Melbourne Vic 1858[-1859] Memorial 380/147

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Wilhelm August Christian farmer near Stockwell 1860 Application 1720

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Wilhelm August Christian formerly trader Melbourne Vic 1865 now farmer Stockwell 1866 Application 7135

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Wilhelm August Christian of Greenock, died c1886. Husband of Henriette Charlotte Christine Kiekebusch. Father of Emil Wilhelm Carl Hermann Kiekebusch, Rudolph Julius Adolph Wilhelm Kiekebusch, Caroline Wilhelmine Pauline Ida FINK and Louise Florida Henriette Wilhelmine RICHTER 1892 Memorial 242/415

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Wilhelm Theodor labourer Baldina. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

No 1

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Emil farmer near Point Pass 1884[-1885] Memorial 72/361

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Emil farmer Point Pass linked with Carl Wilhelm August Christian Kiekebusch gentleman Greenock 1885 Memorial 27/373

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Emil farmer Baldina 1890 Memorial 136/403

No 1

KIEKEBUSCH, Emil Wilhelm Carl Hermann farmer Hundred of Baldina 1888 Memorial 209/389

KIEKEBUSCH, Emil Wilhelm Carl Hermann farmer Baldina 1892. Son of Carl Wilhelm August Christian Kiekebusch, who died 28/8/1886 Memorial 41/416

KIEKEBUSCH, Emil Wilhelm Carl Hermann farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1907[-1910] Grant Book 9 Page 15 County Burra

KIEKEBUSCH, Carl Wilhelm Theodor labourer Baldina 1897 Memorial 141/430

No 1

KIELY, Daniel farmer Woolshed Flat near Rhynie Hundred of Alma 1862[-1867] Memorials 56/181, 35/219 & 97/224

KIELY, Daniel farmer Woolshed Flat near Rhynie 1865 Application 6619

KIELY, Daniel farmer formerly of Woolshed Flat but now of Harrow, Glenelg River Vic 1871 Memorial 225/254

KIELY, Daniel farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1895 Grant Book 30 Page 205 County Grey

KIELY, David farmer Woolshed Flat Hundred of Alma linked with Michael Kiely farmer Para Plains 1862 Memorial 56/181

KIELY, James linked with Section 29 Hundred of Uroonda Co Granville 1888 Memorial 48/392

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KIELY, John the Elder, John the Younger and Patrick Francis Kiely farmers Hoyleton 1890 Memorial 216/402

KIELY, John and Patrick Francis Kiely farmers Hoyleton 1903 Memorial 169/447

No 1

KIELY, Michael labourer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 180/92

KIELY, Michael farmer Para Plains 1856 Memorial 95/111

KIELY, Michael farmer Little Para 1862 Memorial 244/186

KIELY, Michael (sometimes erroneously called Michael KEILEY) labourer Salisbury 1865 Memorial 37/205

KIELY, Patrick farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1902 Grant Book 30 Page 207 County Grey

No 1

KIELY, Timothy farmer Merriton Co Victoria 1895 Memorial 64/424

KIELY, Timothy farmer Crystal Brook. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1896 Grant Book 60 Page 237 County Victoria

No 2

KIELY, Timothy farmer Tantanoola. Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1898 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

No 1 – perhaps the same person

KIERCE, John labourer Mountain Hut. Hundred of Onkaparinga land grant 1859 Grant Book 1 Page 172 County Adelaide

KIERCE, John farmer Narridy 1897[-1901] Memorial 1/432

KIERCE, Michael the Younger labourer Kapunda 1865 Memorial 227/207

No 1

KIERNAN, Thomas farmer Paringa [near Callington] 1855 Memorial 450/90

KIERNAN, Thomas farmer formerly of Paringa [Callington] 1855 but now of the Bremer 1865 Application 6564

KIERNAN, Thomas farmer Kanmantoo Hundred of Monarto land grant 1867 Grant Book 58 Page 121 County Sturt

KIES, Christian farmer Lyndoch Valley 1858 Memorial 340/138

No 1

KIES, Reinhold farmer Lyndoch 1923 Memorial 115/487

KIES, Reinhold farmer Lyndoch, died 16/7/1934. Father of Edwin Alfred Kies farmer Lyndoch, Reinhold Friedrich Kies, Reinhold Friedrich Kies, Emma Emilie LAUB, Reinhold Wilhelm Christian Kies Memorial 149/522

KIESEL, Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm sausage maker Stepney 1853[-1854] Memorial 458/47

No 1

KIESELBACH, August gardener Marden 1855 Memorial 37/80

KIESELBACH, August gardener formerly of Marden but now of Mt Gambier 1857 Memorial 244/127

KIESELBACH, August farmer Mt Gambier 1861 Application 2291

KIESEWETTER, Johann Heinrich carpenter Tanunda 1851 Memorial 386/36

KIESEWETTER, Johann Julius labourer Tanunda , eldest son of Johann Heinrich Kiesewetter carpenter Tanunda 1868 Application 24873

KIESZLING, Carl cabinetmaker Adelaide 1850 Memorial 269/27

KIEVEL, Gottlieb farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1854 Memorial 336/61

KIGHTLY, Alfred mining agent Blumberg 1870 Memorial 211/249

KIGHTLY, Reuben W carpenter Pt Adelaide 1884 Application 24606

KILDEA, Bernard farmer Bagot Well 1875 Memorial 161/286

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KILDEA, Coleman frequently called GILDEA labourer Thebarton 1880

Application 17804

KILDEA, Coleman Bernard railway overseer Maria St, Thebarton, died 4/11/1890 a widower and intestate. Father of Mary Elizabeth Kildea spinster Adelaide Memorial 185/415

No 1 – the Elder

KILDEA, James the Elder farmer Light River linked with James Kildea the Younger farmer Sour Flats near Kapunda 1864 Memorial 320/194

KILDEA, James the Elder farmer Hansborough Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 188 County Victoria

No 2 – the Younger

KILDEA, James the Younger farmer Sour Flats near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 147/211

KILDEA, James the Younger farmer formerly of the Sour Flats near Kapunda 1864 but now of Bagot Well near Kapunda son of James Kildea the Elder farmer of the Light River 1871 Application 11637

KILDEA, James farmer Caltowie. Trustee Cemetery Caltowie Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 182 County Victoria

KILDEA, James farmer near Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Caltowie land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 183 County Victoria

KILDEA, James of Caltowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 47 County Dalhousie

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

KILDEA, James farmer Caltowie 1885 Memorial 158/372

KILDEA, Elizabeth Mary widow Caltowie relict of the late James Kildea formerly farmer Caltowie now deceased 1890 Memorial 151/401

No 3 - perhaps the same person

KILDEA, James farmer Petersburg 1886 Memorial 48/376

KILDEA, James teamster Petersburg 1886 Memorial 73/377

No 1

KILDEA, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 305/64

KILDEA, Patrick farmer Sour Flat near Kapunda 1867 Memorial 216/223

KILDEA, Patrick farmer near Kapunda 1868 Memorial 68/231

KILDEA, Patrick farmer Narridy 1874 Memorial 211/302

KILDEA, Patrick farmer near Kapunda Co Light. Hundred of Narridy land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 251 County Victoria

KILDEA, Patrick farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of Narridy 1882 Application 19208

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1854 Memorial 296/63

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1858 linked with Richard Kilderry no description Memorial 331/143

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer Kapunda 1858[-1865] linked with Thomas Kilderry farmer Saddleworth Memorial 128/144

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer formerly of Kapunda but now of the Hundred of Saddleworth 1862 Memorial 343/186

KILDERRY, Patrick the Younger farmer Kapunda 1858 Application 101

KILDERRY, Patrick the Younger farmer Hamilton on the Light 1858 Memorial 58/148

KILDERRY, Patrick the Elder farmer near Marrabel 1865 Memorial 195/205

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer Marrabel, died c1870. He gave Section 1,054 Hundred of Saddleworth, to his son-in-law, Thadeus HOWLEY and Section 1,056 Hundred of Saddleworth to his son, Richard Kilderry. The rest of the estate to go to the testator's wife, Mary Kilderry. Thomas Kilderry farmer Marrabel also mentioned in connection with the estate Memorials 154 & 158/258

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879 Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

KILDERRY, Patrick farmer near Lancelot, died c1895. Executor: Joseph William Gilbert ALFORD auctioneer Petersburg. Husband of Bridget Kilderry. Father of Patrick Francis Kilderry near Lancelot, Thomas Jeremiah Kilderry of Cavenagh, Ann Gertrude Kilderry and Catherine Honora Kilderry Memorial 149/426

No 1

KILDERRY, Richard and Thomas farmers Light River Special Survey 1860 Memorial 303/168

KILDERRY, Richard farmer Saddleworth linked with Thomas Kilderry farmer Tothill Creek 1863 Memorial 65/191

KILDERRY, Richard and Thomas farmers Waterloo Hundred of Waterloo land grant 1864 Grant Book 44 Page 361 County Light

KILDERRY, Richard farmer Saddleworth 1868 Memorial 23/229

KILDERRY, Richard and Thomas farmers near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1880 Memorial 140/323

KILDERRY, Richard farmer Marrabel 1880 Application 18067

No 1

KILDERRY, Thomas farmer Saddleworth 1855 Memorial 281/114

KILDERRY, Thomas farmer [formerly of Saddleworth but now of] Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1865 Memorial 291/204

KILDERRY, Thomas farmer near Marrabel on the Dirty Light 1876 Memorial 11/289

KILDERRY, Thomas Jeremiah farmer Cavenagh executor for the estate of the late Patrick Kilderry formerly farmer Lancelot now deceased 1897 Memorial 200/432

KILEY, Dennis labourer Adelaide (Harriet St) 1871 Memorial 22/258

KILEY, John Joseph contractor Adelaide (Charlotte Place) 1947 Application 28484

No 1

KILFORD, William Thomas linked with Section 741 Hundred of Crystal Brook Co Victoria 1881 Memorial 31/330

KILFORD, William Thomas farmer Crystal Brook Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 234 County Victoria

KILGOUR, Joseph engineer Adelaide 1872 Memorial 185/259

KILGOUR, William labourer Mitcham 1853[-1857] Memorial 225/48

No 1

KILIAN, Gustav Alfred labourer Greenock 1898 Memorial 62/436

KILIAN, Gustav Alfred formerly labourer Greenock but now carpenter Clarence Park 1923 Memorial 20/489

KILKELLY, Thomas wheelwright Adelaide 1850 Memorial 316/19

KILL, William accountant Adelaide 1919 Memorial 12/478

No 1

KILLAT, Johann farmer Eudunda 1880 Memorial 129/327

KILLAT, Johann of Point Pass about to leave the district in search of employment 1882 Memorial 27/407

No 1

KILLEEN, Jeremiah labourer Plympton 1884 Memorial 80/355

KILLEEN, Jeremiah carter Plympton 1892 Memorial 13/416

KILLEGG, John William Henry labourer King St, Alberton 1914 Memorial 44/471 

KILLEN, George master mariner Adelaide 1872 Application 11993

No 1

KILLICK, T storekeeper Norwood 1866 Memorial 200/217

KILLICK, Tiesdell gentleman Norwood 1869 Memorial 13/242

KILLICK, T grocer Norwood 1876 Memorial 118/293

KILLICK, Tiesdell storekeeper Norwood. His daughter, Agnes Esther Killick, married Otto Wilhelm SCHRODER civil servant Brook St, West Mitcham. Her sister, Maria Louise Killick married Daniel Rudolph Charles George LORENZEN upholsterer Adelaide (Father; Heinrich Theodor Lorenzen) on 5/7/1878 Julius Eitzen home Glenelg. DRCG Lorenzen was Julius Eitzen's step-son, who after he married, took the name of Eitzen for himself and his family. 6 of the 9 children of the marriage survived into adulthood Louis Tiesdell Rudolph Eitzen provost sergeant 8th Ave East Adelaide, Selma Maria POUND wife of Henry Pound carpeter Beulah Park, Harry Gaston Eitzen last heard of in Western Australia (probably died in or after 1906 intestate), George Victor Eitzen baker Moonta, Stella Marguerite PETERS wife of James Peters railway porter Currie St, Adelaide, Charles Edward Eitzen presently of parts beyond the sea A Coy 11th Battalion, 3d Brigade in Egypt. The children's mother, Maria Louise Lorenzen/EITZEN, wife of Rudolph Lorenzen labourer Norwood died 8/6/1896, of malignant pancreas disease, aged 39 Application 26486

KILLICK, Tiesdell gentleman Beulah Rd, Norwood, died 18/5/1886, of senile gangrene, aged 69 Application 26486

No 1

KILLICOAT, Isaac mining agent Kooringa 1852[-1880] Memorial 166/43 Agent Bowden 1854 Memorial 180/64

KILLICOAT, Isaac mining captain Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1858[-1860] Grant Book 8 Page 13 County Patent Copper Company's smelting works superintendent Kooringa. Hundred of Kooringa land grant 1862[-1865] Grant Book 8 Page 18 County Burra

KILLICOAT, Isaac gentleman Abberton Park near Kooringa 1865[-1875] Memorial 321/201

KILLICOAT, Isaac gentleman Redruth 1874 Memorial 155/274

KILLICOAT, Isaac sheep farmer Redruth 1879 Memorial 100/319

KILLICOAT, Isaac gentleman Abberton Park Redruth 1880 Memorial 117/323

KILLICOAT, Isaac Esquire sheep farmer Abberton Park near Redruth, died 18/1/1886. Executors and trustees; William Killicoat sheep farmer Burra and Philip Lander Killicoat no description Memorials 244 & 246/386

No 1

KILLICOAT, IR clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 7/385

KILLICOAT, Isaac Rowe accountant Adelaide 1893 Memorial 58/418

KILLICOAT, Isaac Rowe Secretary to the Imperial Permanent Building and Investment Society Adelaide 1894 Application 22655.

KILLICOAT, IR agent Adelaide 1896 Memorial 37/428

KILLICOAT, Jennie hotelkeeper John Bull Hotel Adelaide (Currie St) 1914 Memorial 181/470

KILLICOAT, Mary widow St Peters 1919 Memorial 112/478

No 1

KILLICOAT, Philip Lander station manager Redruth near Kooringa 1889 Application 21704

KILLICOAT, Philip Lander formerly station manager Redruth but now stockholder Alberton Park near Kooringa 1893 Memorial 58/418

KILLICOAT, Phillip Lander sheepfarmer Kooringa. St Mary's Anglican Church trustee 1905 Memorial 8/454

KILLICOAT, Philip L sheep farmer Burra 1906, declared that he was a son of Isaac Killicoat. He was also the local agent for the SA Smelting Company Application 25207

KILLICOAT, Philip Lander sheepfarmer Redruth, died c1911. Husband of Mary Killicoat Memorial 227/465

KILLICOAT, Philip Lander sheepfarmer Abberton Park Redruth near Kooringa, died 14/11/1911. His family as of 1929 comprised - his widow Mary Killicoat of Lambert Road, Joslin and children - Jessie BUILDER married woman Alexander Ave, Toorak; Maria Killicoat spinster Lambert Road, Joslin; Edith Mary RADFORD married woman Bulanbreni via Gulnare; John Cave Killicoat contractor Oodnadatta; Frances Madge COWEN married woman Abberton Miller Grove Kew Vic; Constance Helen GODDARD married woman Renmark; David Hatton Killicoat grazier Yundamindra WA; Harry Ormond Killicoat grazier Alfred Downs Menzies WA; Myles Killicoat grazier Alfred Downs Menzies WA; Edna Langshaw PEARSE married woman Florieton. Apparently two children had already died - Ruth Olive Pearse married woman Florieton (d 17/8/1924 Brighton intestate. By 1929, it appears that her husband, Norman Hiles Pearse, was a grazier The Gums Station near Mt Mary) and Arthur Lander Killicoat (d 12/7/1927) Memorials 24 - 27/502

No 1

KILLICOAT, William butcher Adelaide 1868[-1874] Memorial 178/230

KILLICOAT, William carpenter Redruth 1878 Memorial 203/306

KILLICOAT, William formerly of Adelaide but now sheepfarmer Kooringa 1893 Memorial 58/418

KILLICOAT, William formerly sheepfarmer Kooringa but now out of business Goodwood 1898 Memorial 73/435

KILLIER, George landowner Walkerville 1851 Memorial 253/31

KILLINGSWORTH, James labourer North Adelaide 1855[-1858] Memorial 74/81

KILLMIER, Henry farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1907 Grant Book 7 Page 21 County Buckingham

No 1

KILLMIER, PR law clerk Pinnaroo 1919 Memorial 113/479

KILLMIER, PR of Ware Chambers Adelaide 1925 Memorial 144/492

KILLMIER, P Ronald managing law clerk Adelaide 1926 Memorial 149/494

KILLMIER, Walter David farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1898 Grant Book 7 Page 18 County Buckingham

No 1

KILLMIER, William farmer Bordertown. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1884 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

KILLMIER, William and Henry of Bordertown 1886 Memorial 59/380

KILLMIER, William and Walter David linked with Section 306 Hundred of Tatiara Co Buckingham 1896 Memorial 137/428

KILLOCK, John farmer Lyndoch Valley 1857 Memorial 343/115

No 1

KILMARTIN, Daniel waiter Adelaide linked with John Kilmartin barman Mt Barker 1889 Memorial 169/400

KILMARTIN, Daniel formerly waiter Adelaide but now out of business Glenelg linked with John Kilmartin formerly barman Mt Barker but now out of business Glenelg 1932[-1935] Memorial 145/505

No 1

KILMARTIN, Michael farmer Upper Wakefield 1858 Memorial 82/147

KILMARTIN, Michael and Patrick farmers Upper Wakefield 1863 Memorial 160/189

No 1

KILMARTIN, Patrick gentleman Kapunda 1909 Memorial 244/461

KILMARTIN, Patrick labourer formerly of Kapunda but then of Clare, died 23/5/1927. Father of James Kilmartin no description. Executor; Michael O'CALLAHAN agent Kapunda. MJ Kilmartin clerk Austral Gardens and P Kilmartin postal employe Kapunda mentioned Memorial 127/499

KILMISTER, Robert miner Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 454/44

KILMOREY, Francis Charles Earl of Mourne Park, Kilkeel, Co Down, Ireland, but now on a visit to SA 1897 Memorial 51/432

KILPATRICK, Hugh contractor Pt Pirie. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 440 County Victoria

KILSBY, Frederick warehouseman and merchant Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1898 Memorial 231/436

No 1

KILSBY, George farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Gambier land grant 1860[-1865] Grant Book 30 Page 83 County Grey

KILSBY, George of Mt Gambier 1888 Memorial 247/390

KILSBY, George farmer Mt Gambier, had died by 1901 intestate. Letters of administration to Thomas Kilsby farmer Mt Gambier and Caroline MCARTHUR wife of Charles McArthur farmer Mt Gambier Grant Book 31 Page 124 County Grey

No 1

KILSBY, James labourer Pt Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Munno Para land grant Memorial 111/68

KILSBY, James labourer Pt Adelaide. Hundred of Munno Para land grant 1853 Grant Book 1 Page 89 County Adelaide

KILSBY, James farmer Gawler Hills 1858 Memorial 267/146

KILSBY, James farmer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of the Gawler Hills 1859 Memorial 187/150

KILSBY, James farmer Mt Gambier 1859[-1877] Memorial 136/159

KILSBY, James farmer formerly of the Gawler Hills but now of Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 305/205

No 1

KILSBY, John Arthur Wilby farmer Mt Gambier 1911 Memorial 198/467

KILSBY, John Arthur Wilby dairyman and grazier Mt Gambier, aged 69 in 1947, declared that he had lived in the area for 40 years Application 28492

KILSBY, Nicholas dairyman Hindmarsh 1851 Memorial 269/37

No 1

KILSBY, William farmer Gawler Plains 1853 Memorial 53/64

KILSBY, William farmer Grace Plains Hundred of Grace 1859 Memorial 213/149

KILSBY, William farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 210/199

KILSBY, William farmer formerly of Smith Creek then of Grace Plains but now of Mt Gambier 1866 Memorial 264/209

KILSEY, John George merchant Adelaide 1865 Memorial 50/207

KILSON, Andrew of Broken Hill NSW 1891 Memorial 95/410

No 1

KIMBER, AW proclaimed bank manager Strathalbyn 1948[-1949] Memorial 90/522

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

KIMBER, Charles labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 241/29

KIMBER, Charles labourer Kooringa 1851 Grant Book 0 Page 8 County Unnamed

KIMBER, Charles out of business Redruth 1852 Memorial 98/43

KIMBER, Charles miner Burra 1853 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant Memorial 337/65

KIMBER, Charles miner Redruth 1854 Memorial 131/231

KIMBER, Charles storekeeper Redruth 1854[-1875] Memorial 133/67

KIMBER, Charles farmer Hundred of Upper Wakefield 1859 Memorial 296/157

KIMBER, Charles [possibly the Younger] farmer Valley Field near Watervale 1861 Memorial 182/176

KIMBER, Charles [possibly the Elder] farmer Happy Valley Farm near Watervale 1860 Memorial 46/166

KIMBER, Charles farmer Valley Field near Watervale 1861 Application 2716

KIMBER, Charles farmer near Watervale 1861 Application 2370

KIMBER, Charles farmer Watervale Co Stanley. Kadina (Hundred of Kadina) township allotment land grant 1861 Grant Book 14 Page 24 County Daly

KIMBER, Charles gentleman Watervale 1861 Application 2025

KIMBER, Charles miller Clare 1870 Application 10499

KIMBER, Charles formerly storekeeper Redruth 1857 but now miller Clare 1874 Application 13574

KIMBER, Charles miller Clare 1870[-1880] Memorial 148/248

KIMBER, Charles miller Clare 1872 Application 12150

KIMBER, Charles and Charles DREW millers Kadina 1880 Memorial 173/322

KIMBER, Charles miller Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

KIMBER, Charles miller formerly of Redruth but now of Clare 1882 Memorial 134/341

KIMBER, Charles [possibly the Elder] gentleman formerly of Clare but now of Adelaide 1897 Memorial 150/432

KIMBER, Charles [possibly the Younger] gentleman near Clare 1905[-1906] Memorial 17/453

KIMBER, John clerk Kadina Hundred of Barunga land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 469 County Daly

KIMBER, Richard farmer Hill River near Clare 1894 Application 22665

No 1

KIMBER, William farmer Bugle Ranges 1851[-1856] Memorial 286/37

KIMBER, William boarding house keeper Langhorne Creek 1865 Memorial 234/206

KIMBER, William innkeeper Echunga bought a lease of the Bridge Hotel in Echunga for £100 a year for 5 years from John WYLIE farmer Langhorne Creek 1876 Memorial 104/290

KIMBER, William John butcher Aldinga 1898 Application 23573

KIMBLE, John labourer Kooringa 1851 Memorial 57/34

KIMPSON, Henry gardener Marden 1881 Application 18806

KIMPTON, B clerk to Max F JOYNER solicitor Adelaide 1925 Memorial 171/514

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

KIMPTON, John farmer Aldinga 1863 Memorial 32/187

KIMPTON, John farmer formerly of Aldinga 1863 but now of Noarlunga 1866 Application 7357

KIMPTON, John the Elder of the Hundred of Willunga, died 1869. He left real estate to his son, John Lewin Kimpton, provided he pay his mother, Emma Kimpton, £50 a year during her widowhood and £20 a year if she remarried. If Emma Kimpton survived her son, the real estate to go to another son, Edward Kimpton, of Crow Creek near the Loddon River Vic Memorial 129/242

KIMPTON, John Lewin farmer Noarlunga 1879[-1908] Memorial 105/314

No 1

KINCH, Adolf Theodor, Georg Eduard and Heinrich Emil sheep farmers Kangaroo Island 1881 Memorial 10/336

KINCH, Adolf Theodor, George Eduard and Heinrich Emil sheep farmers Cygnet River, Kangaroo Island 1883 Memorial 81/347

KINCH, Henry Emil sheepfarmer Cygnet River Kangaroo Island. Hundred of Menzies land grant 1885 Grant Book 11 Page 60 County Carnarvon

KINDERMANN, Carl Julius restaurant proprietor Adelaide (Rundle St) 1899 Memorial 167/439

KINDERMANN, Friedrich Christian jeweller Adelaide (Rundle St) 1874[-1882] Memorial 127/274

No 1

KINDERMANN, Gustav confectioner Adelaide (Rundle St) 1870 Memorial 188/248

KINDERMANN, Gustav baker and confectioner Rundle St, Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Diedrich Mahncke baker and Theodor BÜTEFISCH grocer Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/12/1872 Deposit 220/1872

KINDERMANN, Gustav confectioner Adelaide (Shop 13 east of the Red Lion Inn Rundle St) 1875 Memorial 20/291

KINDERMANN, Gustav confectioner Adelaide, died 6/10/1895. Bequests to the Petershagen Lutheran Church (where Superintendent Ahlmann used to officiate) for church work and the upkeep of the Kindermann parents' graves; also to the Petershagen Armenkasse and the Schützen Gesellschaft. To G Kindermann's unnamed cousin the widow of the late silversmith Prinzlau at Petershagen. To Maria Schroeter widow Berlin (sister to F Kindermann), to the unnamed widow of Philipp Kindermann and her adopted daughter Maria Kindermann. To G Kindermann's niece, Julchen GRAF daughter of Heinrich Graf baker Gladstone. To his two sons, Wilhelm and Julius Kindermann and their children the bulk of the estate. Executors; Diedrich Friedrich Georg Cark MAHNKE gentleman North Adelaide and Ferdinand Julius SOBELS agent Adelaide Memorial 112/426

KINDERMANN, Gustave Julius agent 26 Washington St, Glenelg 1921 Application 27018

KINDERMANN, Wilhelm and Julius confectioners Adelaide 1895 Memorial 113/426

No 1

KINDRED, Horatio master mariner Pt Adelaide 1865 Memorial 307/204

KINDRED, Horatio master mariner Sydney NSW 1874 Memorial 228/275

No 1 FIND CHECK RUN

KINEALLY, John labourer Stepney 1857 Memorial 287/120

KINEALLY, John stationman Stepney 1865 Memorial 244/203

No 1

KING, Aaron carpenter Pt Adelaide 1854[-1874] Memorial 19/78

KING, Aaron carpenter Queenstown 1856 Memorial 34/98

KING, Aaron carpenter Portland Estate 1856[-1857] Memorial 132/111

KING, Aaron builder Portland Estate 1880 Memorial 69/326

KING, Aaron 27 carpenter Pt Adelaide (Father: John King) married Julia DE GARIS 20 Pt Adelaide (Father: Nicholas De Garis) on 25/5/1857 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide (Witnesses: Peter HAMON draper and May Hamon Adelaide) A daughter, Elizabeth King, born 11/8/1858. A son, John King, born 8/6/1861, died 22/6/1861. Aaron King died 26/1/1862 intestate. His daughter, Elizabeth King, inherited his estate as heir at law Application 18246

KING, Albert hotelkeeper Woolshed Inn Bordertown 1901 Memorial 223/444

KING, Albert Edward timber merchant Adelaide (Pirie St) linked with Thomas King gentleman usually of Glenelg but presently of Hyde Park, London, Middlesex, England 1886 Memorial 142/376

No 1

KING, Alfred farmer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1905[-1928] Memorial 189/452

KING, Alfred grazier Pt Lincoln 1918 Application 26781

KING, Alice Jane spinster Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885 Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

KING, Allen Henry gardener Salisbury 1950 Application 28762

No 1

KING, Andrew grocer’s assistant Adelaide Ardrossan township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 19 Page 449 County Fergusson

No 2

KING, Andrew labourer Little Swamp near Pt Lincoln 1926 Memorial 68/495

KING, Andrew labourer Pt Lincoln 1936 Memorial 121/509

No 1

KING, Arthur gentleman Watervale 1866. Director Auburn Town Hall Company Application 7348

KING, Arthur land agent Watervale 1863 Memorial 262/190

KING, Arthur JP of Watervale 1863[-1864] Memorial 348/190

KING, Arthur auctioneer Watervale 1868 Application 9605

KING, Arthur gentleman Adelaide, son of the late John King Esquire formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies now deceased. Jeremiah King Esquire Calcutta and Arthur King Esquire Howrah near Calcutta were brothers to the late John King and executors of his will 1864 Memorial 15/199

KING, Arthur agent Kooringa 1872 Memorial 74/258

KING, Arthur agent Kooringa 1872 Application 12140

KING, Arthur auctioneer Kooringa 1876 Memorial 79/293

No 2

KING, Arthur farmer Munno Para linked with Mary Ann King widow Munno Para West 1886 Memorial 169/374

KING, Arthur of near Virginia 1897 Memorial 217/431

KING, Arthur farmer Munno Para West 1901 Application 24258

KING, Arthur farmer Virginia and Harriet King his wife linked with Rowland King formerly of Salisbury but now out of business Sherborne Road, Medindie 1933 Memorial 118/506

KING, Arthur James McGregor master mariner Morgan Co Eyre. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 114 County Albert

No 1

KING, Benjamin of Arno Vale 1842 Memorial 408/55

KING, Benjamin and Mary Ann King his wife, resident in the province of South Australia 1853 Memorial 40/64

No 1

KING, Charles labourer Adams St, Hindmarsh 1838 Application 4796

KING, Charles labourer formerly of Adelaide 1839 but now of Hindmarsh 1840 Application 4796

No 2

KING, Charles of the Pine Forest, Great North Road 1847 Memorial 82/10

KING, Charles yeoman formerly of Adelaide, but now of the Pine Forest near Adelaide 1850 Memorial 328/20

KING, Charles labourer Enfield and Eliza nee HICKOX his wife (Some relation to George Hickox lemon syrup manufacturer Enfield) 1850[-1854] Memorial 85/28

No 3

KING, Charles [formerly yeoman Pine Forest but then] perhaps stockholder Rhine River 1853, died 8/1/1857 somewhere out of SA. He left his entire estate in trust for life to his wife, Caroline King, formerly Mrs AVAN. Afterward, equally in remainder expectant, to his children Caroline King, Mary Ann King, Selina King, and George King, and his step-son John AVAN [Great difficulty with reconciling the Charles King mentioned - appears to be two people, because they had two wives; yet the same Charles King owned the particular land] Memorials 477/30, 177/113 & Application 26471

No 3

KING, Charles farmer Willunga 1848[-1858] Memorial 224/12

No 1

KING, Charles Edward farmer Morphett Vale 1852[-1855] Memorial 180/45 Linked with Thomas Layton King King farmer Morphett Vale 1854 Memorial 187/73

KING, Charles Edward farmer Georgetown. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 68 County Victoria

KING, Charles Edward farmer Morphett Vale Co Adelaide. Hundred of Bundaleer land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 73 County Victoria

KING, Clarence Andrew carrier Pt Lincoln and Eve Florence King his wife 1945 Application 28429

KING, Clement wheelwright Pt Adelaide 1877[-1910] Memorial 106/303, Application 25773

KING, Darrington labourer Greenock lived in the township between 1866 and his death on 27/6/1875. His widow, Adeline King widow Greenock, continued to live there until her death 4/3/1894. By 1908, their daughter, Matilda Jane DIX wife of Joseph Abraham Dix formerly Salvation Army Captain Glenelg but now laundry proprietor Leaderville WA Application 25504

KING, Donald shipwright 12 Hamley St, Largs Bay, and Marjorie Joan King his wife 1957 Application 29270

KING, Edward no description possibly of SA by 1839 Memorial 334/18

KING, Eli labourer McLaren Vale 1906 Application 25137

KING, Ellen spinster Portman Square, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Frederick George RICHARDSON and Charles Houghton RICHARDSON agents Saddleworth, to manage her SA business affairs 15/10/1875 Deposit 72/1877

KING, Ernest John farmer Noarlunga 1954 , declared that he had been born on 6/10/1895 and had lived in the Noarlunga district ever since. He was a grandson of Thomas Layton King farmer Morphett Vale and a brother to Layton John King dairy farmer Binnum 1954, who declared that he had been born on 16/7/1900 Application 29058

KING, F undertaker Hindmarsh 1884 Application 21494

KING, Fielder sheep farmer Barrier Ranges NSW occupied the Ewryowie Barrier Ranges sheep run in SA 1868 Memorial 227/230

KING, FW bank clerk Snowtown 1887 Memorial 204/387

No 1

KING, George labourer Bowden 1841 Memorial 572/179

KING, George brickmaker Bowden 1846[-1850] Memorial 399/75

KING, George labourer Susan St, Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 215/21

KING, George publican Hindmarsh 1850[-1851] Memorial 150/245

KING, George brickmaker Hindmarsh 1851[-1853] Memorial 104/34

KING, George labourer Hindmarsh 1852[-1855] Memorial 62/39

KING, George yeoman Hindmarsh 1853 Memorial 102/57

KING, George gentleman Hindmarsh 1876 Memorial 204/288

KING, Susan widow of George King of Hindmarsh linked with Elizabeth FORD wife of William Edward Ford publican of Adelaide and Annie EARDLEY wife of George Thomas Eardley of Hindmarsh (daughters of George and Susan King) 1886[-1893] Memorial 30/406

KING, George labourer formerly of Bowden 1841 then late of Hindmarsh, died 6/6/1881. His widow, Susan King, to have a life interest in trust in the estate [she died 1891], then to their two daughters, Elizabeth FORD wife of William Edward Ford publican formerly of Clare but now of Adelaide (1892), and Annie EARDLEY wife of George Thomas Eardley currier Hindmarsh 1892 equally absolutely in remainder expectant Application 22301

No 2

KING, George gentleman Adelaide 1850 Memorial 132/27

KING, George brickmaker Brompton 1854 Memorial 196/75

KING, George overseer Brompton 1857 Memorial 302/125

KING, George used to own and live on lots 73, 84 in Brompton. He left for New Zealand some time in the early 1860s and disappeared without trace. A long time Brompton identity, Thomas Toderick BROWN gave this information in 1909 Application 25640

No 3

KING, George labourer Angaston 1911 Application 25995

KING, Harley Clifford St Clair no description pt Section 1555 Hundred of Kapunda, son of the late Henry King farmer Allandale North 1916 Application 26542

No 1

KING, Harry Fremantle clerk Adelaide 1894 Memorial 200/421

KING, Harry F agent Adelaide 1908 Memorial 4/473

No 1

KING, Henry sawyer Marryatville 1850[-1857] Memorial 236/27

KING, Henry labourer Marryatville 1866 Memorial 242/209

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KING, Henry timber merchant Norwood 1853 Memorial 180/53

KING, Henry farmer Kensington 1857 Memorial 270/127

No 3

KING, Henry miller Gawler 1865 Memorial 330/205

No 4

KING, Henry farmer Allendale North 1905 Application 24958.

No 1

KING, Hugh master mariner Mannum Morgan township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 18 Page 6 County Eyre

KING, Hugh river trader Morgan trustee cemetery Morgan 1883 Grant Book 18 Page 20 County Eyre

KING, Hugh steamboat proprietor Morgan 1888 Memorial 157/392

KING, Hugh farmer Morgan North-West Bend on the Murray River 1892 Memorial 152/413

No 1

KING, James cabinetmaker Hindmarsh 1851[-1854] Memorial 444/38

KING, James carpenter Hindmarsh 1859 Hindmarsh Oddfellow's Lodge trustee Memorial 151/159

KING, James carpenter Hindmarsh Hindmarsh Building Society director 1860 Memorial 123/172

KING, James builder Hindmarsh 1863[-1868] Memorial 342/189

KING, James formerly carpenter 1865 but now builder Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16246

KING, James builder Hindmarsh 1877 Application 16246

KING, James builder Hindmarsh 1885 declared that he had been a resident of the town since c1855 Application 20398

KING, James and James Francis timber merchants and builders Hindmarsh 1885 Application 20512

No 2

KING, James bricklayer Pt Adelaide 1856 Memorial 174/99

KING, James bricklayer formerly of Pt Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1860 Memorial 61/165

No 3

KING, James labourer Kent Town Co Adelaide. Paskeville (Hundred of Kulpara) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 14 Page 196 County Daly

KING, James labourer Kent Town Co Adelaide. Hundred of Davenport land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 660 County Frome

KING, James Edward carpenter Hyde Park and Elizabeth Sarah King his wife formerly Elizabeth Sarah HARLIN 1900 Memorial 67/441 

KING, James Francis builder Hindmarsh 1888 Memorial 33/391

KING, James Robert farmer Farrell Flat Co Stanley. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 81 County Dalhousie

No 1

KING, John blacksmith Gawler 1844[-1845] Memorial 68/4 Late of Gawler, but now miner the Burra Burra Mine 1848 Memorial 485/10

No 2

KING, John Esquire Calcutta India, now residing in Adelaide, but about to return to Calcutta, power of attorney to William YOUNGHUSBAND Esquire Adelaide and Edward Burton GLEESON Esquire Clare, to manage his SA estate 9/10/1851 Deposit 25/OA

KING, John Judge of the Supreme Court of Calcutta died 12/7/1859. His wife Mary Ann King to have her choice of his personal estate, plus his 10,000 Rupee life insurance in the Indian Landable and Mutual Assurance Society. 480 acres of land at Stanley Flats, Co Clare, in trust to his son, Arthur KING, when he marries, or reaches 25 years. If he died a bachelor before reaching 25, his uncles and trustees, Jeremiah KING Governor of the Great Gaol of Calcutta, in the East Indies and Arthur KING, Sulkean near Calcutta to inherit the property in equal shares absoutely as tenants in common. The trustees appointed George Strickland KINGSTON Esquire Adelaide to manage the property and lease it out on terms not exceeding 7 years 8/10/1860. The money from the rents and also interest from 20 £100 Corporation of Melbourne Bonds now lying in the Oriental Bank in Melbourne. Another £2,000 life insurance policy to be invested in Company Paper (Government of India bonds), or ‘real securities’ in Britain and SA. The income to be paid to the testator's wife for the upkeep of his illegitimate daughter Ellen King. If her natural mother, Agnes WATSON of Edinburgh, wishes to care for the child during her minority, then the fund to be tranferred to the trustees, who will pay the mother direct. One section of land at Stanley Flat to go absolutely to Annie GLEESON, daughter of EB Gleeson, of Clare, when she is 21. Her father is to be trustee of the land until that time. The residue of the estate to be sold and the proceeds shared absolutely amongst the testator's sisters in London and Cork. John King's son, Arthur KING the Younger emigrated to SA. The trustees transferred the Stanley Flat estate to him 23/8/1864. He had turned 25 on that day Deposit 157/1861

No 3

KING, John builder Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 373/65

KING, John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 226/88

No 4

KING, John blacksmith Adelaide 1868 Memorial 181/235

KING, John blacksmith formerly of Adelaide but now of Riverton 1876 Memorial 170/293

No 5

KING, John farmer Hindmarsh 1854[-1857] Memorial 208/79

No 6

KING, John farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1893 Grant Book 14 Page 424 County Daly

No 7

KING, John miner Wallaroo. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1900 Grant Book 14 Page 93 County Daly

KING, John Allen labourer Kingston Rosetown (Hundred of Lacepede) township allotment land grant 1877 Grant Book 29 Page 218 County MacDonnell

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KING, John Bristow gentleman Adelaide 1861 Application 2715

KING, John Bristow formerly brewer Adelaide but now farmer Pt Wakefield 1866 Application 7545

KING, John Bristow farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Goyder land grant 1866[-1873] Grant Book 56 Page 410 County Stanley

KING, John Bristow gentleman Union Farm Pt Wakefield 1874 Memorial 202/273 FIND - still irreconcilable CHECK OBITS ETC

KING, John Bristow gentleman Unique Farm near Pt Wakefield 1877 Application 16423

No 1

KING, John Bruce gentleman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1870] Memorial 426/68

KING, John Bruce clerk Pt Adelaide 1866 Application 7123

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KING, John Christian farmer formerly of Rosina St, Adelaide, but now of the Little Para 1852 Memorial 179/41

KING, John Christian of Adelaide 1855 Memorial 408/86

KING, John Christian farmer Black Springs 1871 Application 11343

KING, John Smith fruiterer Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1881 Grant Book 49 Page 112 County Newcastle

KING, John Thomas saddler Maitland 1890 Memorial 213/405

No 1

KING, John William yeoman Nairne 1855 Memorial 172/91

KING, John William auctioneer Nairne 1866 Memorial 136/211

KING, John William auctioneer Nairne. He rented land from the Smillie Estate 1882 Application 19038

KING, John William Wake commission agent Nairne 1891 Application 22147

No 1

KING, Joseph farmer Adelaide 1853 Hundred of Strathalbyn land grant Memorial 398/46 Farmer Strathalbyn 1853 Memorial 149/47

No 2

KING, Joseph carrier Sod Hut near Burra 1853 Memorial 196/60

No 3 - may follow from No 2

KING, Joseph gentleman Burra 1854 Memorial 35/67

KING, Joseph gentleman Kooringa 1854 Memorial 382/69

KING, Joseph farmer Kooringa 1856[-1857] Memorial 312/106

KING, Joseph stockholder Springbank [near Kooringa] 1862 Memorial 80/186

KING, Joseph stockholder formerly of Springbank 1862 now of near Kooringa 1864 Application 5576

KING, Joseph cattle dealer near Kooringa 1865 Memorial 196/204

KING, Joseph James painter North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 278/71

KING, Julia Maria and Margaret Kate KING spinsters 64 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Ireland, power of attorney to John Warren BAKEWELL gentleman Adelaide, to obtain money left to the Kings under the will of Nicholas CREAN of Adelaide 1/7/1875 Deposit 199/1875

No 1

KING, Michael plasterer Adelaide 1851 Memorial 223/35

KING, Michael plasterer Stephens St, Norwood, died 21/12/1868 intestate. Letters of administration to his widow, Elizabeth king, to settle his £200 estate 1877. She could not write Application 16101

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KING, Patrick farmer Gawler River 1857 Memorial 329/114

KING, Patrick farmer Rice Creek near Auburn 1865 Application 6001

KING, Patrick farmer Carrieton trustee Carrieton Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

KING, Patrick farmer Carrieton 1897 Memorial 181/430

No 2

KING, Patrick contractor Snowtown. Snowtown (Hundred of Barunga) township allotment land grant 1906 Grant Book 14 Page 175 County Daly

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

KING, Peter labourer Morphett Vale 1846[-1850] Memorial 455/6 Husband of Margaret King 1850 Memorial 116/26

KING, Peter farmer Morphett Vale 1853[-1867] Memorial 481/50

KING, Peter the Younger farmer Morphett Vale 1858 linked with Thomas King farmer Morphett Vale Memorial 229/142

KING, Peter the Elder farmer Morphett Vale 1861[-1872] Memorial 149/172

KING, Peter gentleman Morphett Vale linked with Charles Edward King farmer Morphett Vale 1867 Memorial 34/223

KING, Peter farmer Morphett Vale 1871 Application 11296

KING, Peter the Elder vinegrower Morphett Vale, died 1881. His son, Thomas King farmer Yorke Peninsula, was one of the trustees for his father's estate Memorial 35/333

KING, Margaret widow of Peter King farmer United States Morphett Vale, died 2/8/1886, of senile decay, aged 82. Thomas King farmer Yorke Peninsula likely to be a relative 1886 Application 21004

KING, Peter Charles farmer Koolywurtie trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Koolywurtie Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1899 Grant Book 19 Page 316 County Fergusson

No 1

KING, Reuben carpenter Pt Adelaide 1850 Memorial 3410/20

KING, Reuben builder Pt Adelaide 1854[-1877] Memorial 34/72

KING, Reuben builder Portland Estate 1857[-1869] Memorial 176/134, Application 9252, Application 190

KING, Reuben carpenter Pt Adelaide 1871 Application 11793

KING, Reuben builder Pt Adelaide 1874 Application 13534

KING, Reuben builder Pt Adelaide 1879 Application 17216

KING, Emily widow of Reuben King builder Pt Adelaide 1888 Application 21324

No 1

KING, Robert labourer Robert St, Hindmarsh 1841 Application 21124

KING, Robert land owner Robert St, Hindmarsh 1850 Memorial 7/27

No 2

KING, Robert storekeeper Pt Pirie. Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 60 Page 415 County Victoria

No 3

KING, Robert clerk Teetulpa. Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 164 County Herbert

KING, Rowland farmer Salisbury 1898[-1911] Memorial 61/434

KING, Roy labourer Pt Lincoln Secretary of the RSSAIL of Aust Pt Lincoln Branch 1947 Application 28505

KING, S labourer Pt Lincoln 1916 Memorial 92/474

KING, Samuel farmer Allen Creek near Kapunda 1858[-1863] Memorial 143/137

KING, Sarah Ann spinster Yongala. Hundred of Yongala land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 195 County Dalhousie

No 1

KING, Stephen gentleman Gawler 1846 Memorial 415/7

KING, Stephen grazier Ashwell 1847 Memorial 325/10

KING, Stephen gentleman Gawler 1848[-1849] Memorial 421/22

KING, Stephen sheep farmer Kingsford near Gawler 1853 Memorial 374/51

KING, Stephen sheep farmer Kingsford near Gawler became a bankrupt 1863. His assets included many allotments in Gawler and hundreds of acres of land in the Hundred of Nuriootpa in the vicinity of the junction of the North and South Para Rivers [apparently Kings Belt stretched from here to within the vicinity of Templers]. Many sections leased to farmers Memorial 280/187

KING, Stephen SM of Mt Remarkable. St George's Gawler trustee 1867 Memorial 163/498

KING, Stephen gentleman formerly of Kingsford near Gawler but now of Fremantle WA 1875 Memorial 145/282

No 2

KING, Stephen labourer Mt Bryan. Hundred of Hallett land grant 1882 Grant Book 8 Page 97 County Burra

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KING, Thomas and Peter the Younger farmers Morphett Vale, son of Peter King the Elder farmer Morphett Vale and Margaret King, his wife 1852 Memorials 78 & 79/40

KING, Thomas farmer Morphett Vale 1874 Memorial 206/275

No 2

KING, Thomas lodging house keeper Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 186/72

No 3

KING, Thomas farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1858] Memorial 189/100

KING, Thomas labourer Strathalbyn 1859 Application 356

No 4

KING, Thomas farmer Mt Gambier 1860[-1866] Memorial 1/167

No 5

KING, Thomas Mayor of the Corporation of Brighton 1875 Memorial 11/286

No 6 - perhaps the same person

KING, Thomas journalist Adelaide 1881 Memorial 205/330

KING, Thomas newspaper proprietor Glenelg 1880[-1883] Application 18345, Memorial 81/351

KING, Thomas gentleman Glenelg, power of attorney to his son Albert Edward KING timber merchant Pirie St, Adelaide, to manage his business affairs 11/3/1885 Deposit 39/1885

No 7

KING, Thomas farmer Tiparra. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1885[-1898] Grant Book 14 Page 420 County Daly

KING, Thomas farmer Hundred of Tiparra Co Daly 1887 Memorial 118/384

No 8

KING, Thomas farmer Minlacowie Hundred of Minlacowie land grant 1891 Grant Book 19 Page 258 County Fergusson

No 9

KING, Thomas the Elder formerly farmer Brentwood but then retired farmer Brim Vic, died 6/5/1918. Husband of Mary Ann King. Father of Peter Charles King farmer Minlaton, John King, Sydney King, Thomas King the Younger farmer formerly of Willenabrina Vic but now of Victoria Ave, Ballarat Vic, Alfred Henry King, Ellen MAHAR wife of John Mahar, Margaret FORD wife of George Ford, and Alice Jane GOAD wife of Frank Goad Memorial 30/496

KING, Thomas Charles waterman Pt Adelaide 1854[-1864] Memorials 93/77, 162/195

KING, Thomas Edward farmer Carrieton 1892[-1896] Memorial 147/412

No 1

KING, Thomas John schoolmaster Section 61 Grand Junction Co Adelaide 1856 Memorial 23/106

KING, Thomas John schoolteacher Pt Adelaide 1875[-1876] Memorial 216/279

KING, Thomas John schoolmaster Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16608

KING, Thomas John gentleman Pt Adelaide 1884 Memorial 152/492

KING, Thomas John Secretary to the Pt Adelaide Permanent Land Building and Investment Society 1885 Application 20484

KING, Thomas John gentleman Pt Adelaide, died 14/12/1886 Memorial 136/374

No 1

KING, Thomas Layton King farmer Morphett Vale 1862 Application 3410

KING, Thomas Layton King farmer Morphett Vale 1872. Repetition of King in his name Application 12232

KING, Thomas Layton farmer formerly of Morphett Vale 1854 but now of Hackham 1876 Application 15524

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KING, W mounted constable Magill 1909 Memorial 194/461

KING, W MC of Woodside 1917 Memorial 181/475

No 1

KING, William labourer Hindmarsh 1853[-1877] Memorial 335/58

No 2

KING, William of Bowden 1854 Memorial 251/79

KING, William butcher Bowden 1855[-1856] Memorial 83/90

KING, William butcher Bowden, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 39/194

No 3

KING, William carrier Bowden 1857 Memorial 221/123

No 4

KING, William yeoman Noarlunga 1854 Memorial 430/66

KING, William formerly yeoman then poundkeeper Noarlunga, died 8/9/1880. Executor; James CLARKE farmer Noarlunga, died 4/3/188. Real estate to go to Ellen Margaret BEVIS born 17/7/1872 died 9/2/1886 daughter of John and Catherine Bevis. The trustees sold this land in lieu of an heir Memorials 116 & 117/420 & RPA Search 2565

No 5

KING, William labourer Willunga 1854[-1855] Memorial 123/78

KING, William yeoman Willunga 1859 Memorial 103/152

No 6 - perhaps the same person

KING, William labourer Plympton 1868 Memorial 77/235  Memorial 180/149

KING, William gardener Plympton 1896 Application 23111

KING, William pig breeder Plympton, died c 1897. Husband of Charlotte King. Father of Frances Jane HUTCHINSON wife of Samuel Hutchinson gardener Athelstone. Step-father of Arthur Granvell Beaumont TOOGOOD of Plympton Memorial 121/497

KING, William pigbreeder Plympton, died 27/11/1897. His widow, Charlotte King, died 26/4/1930 Memorial 192/505

No 7

KING, William the Younger and James Neville BLYTH timber and iron merchants and builders and contractors in co-partnership Adelaide 1872 Memorial 77/260

KING, William the Younger timber merchant Adelaide 1874[-1883] Memorial 181/271

KING, W the Younger timber merchant Pt Adelaide [branch office Divett St Pt Adelaide] 1876 Application 15373

KING, William timber merchant Adelaide 1886 Memorial 226/374

No 8

KING, William farmer Yorke Peninsula Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

No 9

KING, William tailor Adelaide, died 8/9/1880 Adelaide Destitute Asylum, senile decay, aged 89 Application 18484

No 10

KING, William labourer Mannanarie 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 82 County Dalhousie

No 11

KING, William farmer Penfield 1887 Application 21224

No 12

KING, William dealer Plympton 1921 Application 27016

KING, William Cormick bricklayer Adelaide (Hindmarsh Square) 1850[-1881] Memorial 143/24

No 1

KING, William Frederick farmer Arkaba Co Hanson. Hawker (Hundred of Wonoka) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 5 Page 30 County Blachford

KING, William Frederick JP farmer Arkaba 1886[-1892] Memorial 85/378

KING, William Frederick farmer Hawker trustee unnamed School Hundred of Arkaba. Hundred of Arkaba land grant 1888 Grant Book 33 Page 4 County Hanson

KING, William George farmer Virginia 1877 Memorial 172/297

No 1

KING, William Henry licensed victualler Adelaide and Ann King his wife formerly Ann CLAYFIELD widow 1851 Memorial 410/32

No 2

KING, William Henry mechanic Pt Adelaide 1854 Memorial 368/65

KING, William Henry labourer Queenstown 1855 Memorial 19/93

KING, William Henry labourer Magill 1874 Memorial 1/276

KING, William Henry formerly labourer 1859 but now mason Magill 1878 Application 16905

No 3

KING, William Henry teamster Pentonvale Hundred of Melville land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

No 4

KING, William Henry of 33 Radstock Road, Liverpool, Lancs, England, power of attorney to William MITCHELL sharebroker 15 Exchange, Adelaide, to manage his Australian and New Zealand business affairs 5/1/1888. It appears as though he had lived or visited in Adelaide Deposit 76/1888

No 1

KING, William James storekeeper Nairne 1878 Memorial 228/310

KING, William James storekeeper Balhannah 1886 Memorial 188/380

KING, William John cordwainer Nairne 1858 Memorial 246/156

KINGCOME, Henry farmer Telowie, had died by 1908. Executors – William GOODE merchant Pt Pirie and Thomas SMITH farmer Pt Lincoln Grant Book 24 Page 780 County Frome

KINGDOM, William Cook gentleman Adelaide 1847 Memorial 95/8

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KINGDON, Abraham policeman Adelaide 1863 Memorial 278/191

KINGDON, Abraham publican Kingston 1881 Application 18815

KINGDON, Abraham farmer Bordertown 1882 Application 19231

KINGDON, Abraham farmer Big Paddock Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1883 Grant Book 7 Page 12 County Buckingham

KINGDON, Abraham licensed victualler Wolseley 1885 Memorial 56/370

KINGDON, Margaret hotelkeeper Adelaide (Sir John Barleycorn Hotel Rundle St) 1897 Memorial 31/431

No 1

KINGDON, Audley Esquire 9 Newland St, Eaton Square, London, Middlesex, England, power of attorney to Beaumont Arnold MOULDEN and Bayfield MOULDEN solicitors Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 28/7/1884 Deposit 165/1884

KINGDON, Audley gentleman formerly of parts beyond the seas but now temporarily residing in Adelaide 1892 Memorial 214/415

No 1

KINGDON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1842 but then of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England 1850 Application 25115

KINGDON, Thomas gentleman formerly of Adelaide but then of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England 1851 Memorial 24/36

KINGHAM, Annie married woman Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1901 Grant Book 65 Page 229 County Manchester

KINGHAM, Frederick Clement James wood machinist 27 Wilpena Ave, Klemzig, aged 59 years in 1961 Application 29421

KINGHAM, James Melville grocer’s assistant Pt Augusta West. Pt Augusta West (Hundred of Copley) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 65 Page 228 County Manchester

No 1

KINGHORN, William boiler maker Pt Adelaide 1863 Memorial 250/188

KINGHORN, William boiler maker Queenstown and Jane Kinghorn his wife formerly Jane GIBB 1863 Memorial 122/309

KINGS, Stephen Tamplin railway employe Verdun 1932 Memorial 8/506

KINGSBOROUGH, Frederick Michael sharebroker Adelaide and Marianne Fidelia Kingsborough his wife 1909 Application 25599

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, George and Heinrich Ernst SIEKMANN storekeepers and copartners Saddleworth linked with Michael Kingsborough merchant Adelaide 1863 Memorial 218/190

KINGSBOROUGH, George gentleman Saddleworth 1865 Memorial 318/203

KINGSBOROUGH, George storekeeper Kapunda linked with Marshall Kingsborough sheep farmer Talia near Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 68/207

KINGSBOROUGH, John draper Adelaide (86-88 Rundle St) in co-partnership with John Stephen UPTON 1857[-1865] Memorial 343/125

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, John Matthew accountant Adelaide and Elizabeth CUNNINGHAM spinster Adelaide, marriage agreement prior to marriage 8/9/1879. Trustees, Charles Mortimer MUIRHEAD solicitor Adelaide and John FELSTEAD accountant Adelaide Deposit 50/1895

KINGSBOROUGH, John Matthew and Michael estate agents Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Dudley land grant 1882 Grant Book 11 Page 8 County Carnarvon

KINGSBOROUGH, Marianne Fidelia married woman Cowandillah near Hilton 1911 Memorial 148/464

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, Marshall sheep farmer Talia Pt Lincoln 1865 Memorial 68/207

KINGSBOROUGH, Marshall of Manoora 1875 Memorial 10/281

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, Michael draper Adelaide 1855[-1863] Memorial 257/92

KINGSBOROUGH, Michael estate agent Adelaide 1875 Memorial 37/281

KINGSBOROUGH, Michael land agent Adelaide 1882 Application 19155

KINGSBOROUGH, Michael and Arthur CHAPMAN agents Adelaide 1887 Memorial 183/254

KINGSBOROUGH, Michael estate agent Norwood and Gladstone Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide. Magill Wesleyan Chapel trustee 1891 Application 22095

KINGSBOROUGH, RJ clerk Adelaide 1911 Memorial 62/465

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, Robert William accountant Adelaide and Emily Constance Kingsborough his wife 1887[-1888] Memorial 4/384

KINGSBOROUGH, Robert William merchant Adelaide and Emily Constance Kingsborough his wife 1891 Memorial 59/409

KINGSBOROUGH, Robert William land agent Burnside, died 13/10/1903 of nephritis, aged 45 Memorial 87/450

No 1

KINGSBOROUGH, William Arthur sharebroker Adelaide 1900 Memorial 191/440

KINGSBOROUGH, William Arthur sharebroker Royal Exchange, King William St, Adelaide, about to leave the state for some time, power of attorney to Frank Edgar KINGSBOROUGH accountant Royal Exchange, King William St, Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 30/4/1902 Deposit 33/1902

KINGSBURY, Henry plumber and glazier North Adelaide 1855 Memorial 333/92

KINGSBURY, Samuel George slater North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 297/104

KINGSCOTE, Henry Esquire Bank Buildings London, Middlesex, England 1860 Memorial 237/168

KINGSFORD, Robert K clerk to Messrs FR & F AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1877 Memorial 131/301

KINGSLAND, Daniel grazier Currency Creek 1920[-1925] Memorial 198/481

KINGSLEY, Mr labourer Nailsworth 1862 Application 3175

No 1

KINGSMILL, John William station manager Beltana Out of Hundreds. Beltana (Out of Hundreds) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 65 Page 3 County Not named

KINGSMILL, John William gentleman Beltana, power of attorney to Adolph von TREUER gentleman Adelaide, to manage his SA business interests 9/1/1879 Deposit 121/1880

No 1

KINGSMILL, Walter Davies stockholder Clare 1854 Memorial 239/68

KINGSMILL, Walter Davies stockholder Richmond on the Torrens River near Adelaide [probably Section 815 Survey B] 1858[-1866] Memorial 144/151

KINGSMILL, Walter Davies stockholder Richmond, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Abraham SCOTT and Henry SCOTT merchants Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/4/1861 Deposit 345/OA

KINGSTON, Alfred James Benedict farmer Gumeracha 1934 Memorial 56/508

No 1

KINGSTON, Charles licensed victualler Blakiston near Nairne 1852 Memorial 499/39

KINGSTON, Charles innkeeper [formerly of Blakiston but now of] Callington on the Bremer 1854[-1864] Memorial 251/75

No 1

KINGSTON, CC clerk to Messrs WAY & BROOK solicitors Adelaide 1868[-1870] Memorial 11/234

KINGSTON, CC solicitor Adelaide 1874 Memorial 225/273

KINGSTON, Charles Cameron Queen’s Counsel Adelaide, about to depart the province for a time, power of attorney to Hon Frederick William HOLDER MP Adelaide and Alexander John McLACHLAN solicitor Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, to manage his Australian business affairs 7/2/1900 Deposit 49/1900

KINGSTON, Lucy wife of CC Kingston of Adelaide, about to be absent from the province for a time, power of attorney to the Hon Thomas PLAYFORD MP Norton Summit, to manage her affairs, including matters arising from a Supreme Court case judgement 24/10/1899, between Ludovina Cameron KINGSTON and Charlotte Julian GILES wife of Hubert Giles plaintiffs v CC KINGSTON, Lucy KINGSTON and Nathaniel Alexander KNOX the defendants 7/2/1900 Deposit 38/1900

KINGSTON, Charles Cameron of Marino near Brighton. His wife, Lucy May Kingston, died 1/8/1919. Mother of adopted son Kevin Keith Kingston Memorial 178/479

No 1

KINGSTON, Frederick Arthur butcher Gumeracha 1900 Application 24017

KINGSTON, Frederick Arthur butcher, dealer, farmer Gumeracha 1925 Application 27335

No 1

KINGSTON, George Strickland surveyor Adelaide (Franklin St) 1847 Memorial 180/228

KINGSTON, George Strickland Esquire Adelaide (Grote St) 1853[-1854] Memorial 108/51

KINGSTON, George Strickland Knight Grote St, Adelaide, died 26/11/1880 at sea. Estate worth £3,100 Application 26875

No 1

KINGSTON, Hester Holland and Ludovina Cameron spinsters formerly of Grote St, Adelaide but now of North Adelaide 1884[-1887]. Their father, Sir George Strickland Kingston, of Grote St, Adelaide, died 26/11/1880 at sea Memorial 144/363

KINGSTON, Hester Holland daughter of the late Sir GS Kingston gentleman Buxton St, North Adelaide, died 12/5/1893 of sloughing of the uterus, aged 49 Application 26572

KINGSTON, Hester Holland spinster daughter of the late Sir George Strickland Kingston, died 12/5/1893 Buxton St, North Adelaide, of sloughing fibroid of the uterus, aged 49 Application 27770

KINGSTON, John labourer Islington 1873 Memorial 52/266

KINGSTON, Julia spinster Mt Torrens 1924. Did she have a sister called Mary Kingston? Application 27250

No 1

KINGSTON, Kathleen Pittar widow Glenelg 1915[-1920] Memorial 48/472

KINGSTON, Kathleen Pittar widow Glenelg, the surviving executor of the wil of Charlotte Julian GILES deceased, the last surviving trustee of the will of the late Sir George Strickland Kingston deceased 1917 Application 26572

KINGSTON, Ludovina Cameron daughter of the late GS Kingston Speaker House of Assembly Barnard St North Adelaide, died 6/5/1908 private hospital Ward St North Adelaide, of chronic nephritis, cerebral haemorrhage, 8-9 years hemiplegia and post hemiplegia epilepsy, aged 66 Application 26572

No 1 - likely to be uncle and nephew

KINGSTON, Strickland Gough East India Company Service London, England 1839. Enrolment 14/8 Formerly Lieutenant-Colonel in the East India Service, then retired Bryanstone St, Bryanstone Square, Middlesex, then Bath, Somerset, but finally Horsham near Esher, Surrey, died 2/3/1845 Enrolment 68/11

KINGSTON, Strickland Gough clerk Adelaide 1878 Memorial 138/322

KINGSTON, Strickland Gough solicitor Central Chambers, Pt Adelaide 1889 Memorial 101/400

KINGSTON, Strickland Kearney Esquire late of Long Ditton, Surrey, England, but now of Hersham, Surrey, power of attorney to Arthur HARDY Esquire Adelaide, to manage his SA real estate, including sale, of Sections 426, 432 Survey C, 1/5/1843. Strickland Gough Kingston doctor Hersham died c1845. His trustees and executors were William Wykeham Kingston gentleman Saltford House, Somerset, and SK Kingston doctor Hersham, Surrey. They gave power of attorney to George Strickland Kingston, Arthur HARDY and William JAMES Esquires Adelaide, to sell his real estate, Section 260 Survey B 26/8/1846 Deposit 407/1854

No 1

KINGSWOOD, Edward William fireman Queenstown 1865 Application 6207, Application 6612

KINGSWOOD, Edward William of the Portland Estate near Pt Adelaide 1867 Memorial 77/247

KINGSWOOD, Edward William engineer Rosewater 1878 Application 17116

KINIRE, Bridget spinster Kapunda 1861 Memorial 350/178

KINIRE, Michael miner Kapunda 1861 Memorial 350/178

KINLAY, William Henry labourer Adelaide about to become a credit selector of Section 350 Hundred of Inkerman 1883 Memorial 211/350

No 1

KINMONT, Edward medical practitioner Pt Lincoln 1905 Memorial 205/452, Application 25086

KINMONT, Edward medical practitioner Gilberton, died 15/10/1927 intestate Memorial 50/499

KINMONT, Mabel Daisy Darling widow 22 Edwin Tce, Gilbertson, died 7/9/1939. Mother of Mabel Millicent Daisy Kinmont spinster 22 Edwin Tce, Gilbertson Memorial 9/514

No 1

KINNANE, John yeoman Blumberg 1865 Application 6940

KINNANE, John of Mt Pleasant purchased land grants in the Hundred of Black Rock Plain 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 110 County Dalhousie

KINNANE, John farmer Hundred of Black Rock trustee Pekina Cemetery 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 167 County Dalhousie

No 2

KINNANE, John of Laura 1875 Memorial 62/280

KINNANE, John storekeeper Laura 1877[-1880] Memorial 190/296

KINNANE, John storekeeper Laura purchased land grants in the Hundred of Eurelia 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 383 County Dalhousie

No 3 - perhaps the same person; continuation of No 2

KINNANE, John farmer Eurelia 1880 Memorial 236/323

KINNANE, John farmer Eurelia. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1883 Grant Book 13 Page 384 County Dalhousie

KINNANE, John storekeeper Georgetown Co Victoria. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1887 Grant Book 13 Page 385 County Dalhousie

No 4

KINNANE, John farmer Wilmington 1892 Memorial 179/414

KINNANE, Margaret spinster Bremerton 1855 Memorial 59/89

No 1

KINNANE, Michael farmer Marion 1865 Memorial 86/203

KINNANE, Michael farmer The Sturt 1868 Memorial 235/229

KINNANE, Michael farmer now of Yanyarrie Co Granville 1883[-1887] Memorial 51/351

KINNANE, Michael farmer Carrieton Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1885 Grant Book 49 Page 30 County Newcastle

KINNANE, Michael farmer Mannanarie 1885 Memorial 105/364

KINNANE, Michael farmer Black Rock Plain 1890 Memorial 215/402

KINNANE, Michael farmer Black Rock near Burra Co Burra. Hundred of Mannanarie land grant 1879[-1914] Grant Book 13 Page 78 County Dalhousie

No 1

KINNANE, Patrick labourer Marion on the Sturt and his wife, Bridget Kinnane, and daughter, Margaret Kinnane, all of the same address 1857 Memorial 274/122

KINNANE, Patrick formerly labourer but now contractor Marion 1866 Applications 7428 and 7622

KINNANE, Patrick labourer Marion, died 15/4/1884, of morbis cordis, aged 87. His wife, Bridget Kinnane, died 20/11/1860, of pneumonia, aged 56. Their daughter, Margaret Kinnane 26 married Michael DEVITT 24 labourer (Father: Terence Devitt) on 18/9/1858 The Sturt. Minister: Joseph SNELL CC. Witnesses: Hugh GRADY labourer Sturt; Margaret MALBERY spinster The Sturt Application 20338

No 2

KINNANE, Patrick labourer Walkerville 1872[-1879] Memorial 76/261

KINNANE, Patrick formerly labourer but now cab proprietor Walkerville 1882 Application 19173

KINNEALY, William brewer Norwood 1868 Memorial 190/234

No 1

KINNEAR, Charles Drummond farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1879 Grant Book 26 Page 224 County Gawler

KINNEAR, Charles Drummond farmer Tickera. Tickera (Hundred of Tickera) township allotment land grant 1883[-1904] Grant Book 14 Page 387 County Daly

KINNEAR, Charles Drummond farmer Tickera 1884[-1911] Memorial 24/361

KINNEAR, Charles Drummond miller Tumby Bay 1909 Memorial 199/461

KINNEAR, Edward farmer Stirling North Hundred of Davenport land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 666 County Frome

KINNEAR, J of the Hundred of Tickera 1890 Memorial 24/405

No 1

KINNEAR, John cart owner Adelaide 1854 Memorial 467/67

No 2

KINNEAR, John butcher Woodville 1861 Memorial 329/177

No 3

KINNEAR, John farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1891[-1894] Grant Book 14 Page 214 County Daly

KINNEAR, Margaret widow Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 257/38

KINNEAR, Nicholas carter Norwood 1886 Application 20905

KINNEAR, Patrick farmer Broughton. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1880[-1892] Grant Book 14 Page 375 County Daly

No 1

KINNEAR, William George commercial traveller Norwood 1879[-1881] Memorial 32/316, Application 18536

KINNEAR, William George ironmonger Norwood 1924 Application 27239

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KINNISH, William carpenter Adelaide (Rundle St) 1839; licensed victualler Adelaide 1850 Application 2755

KINNISH, William carpenter Adelaide 1850 Memorial 313/27

KINNISH, William yeoman Houghton 1852 Memorial 267/39

KINNISH, William letter carrier formerly of Houghton but now of Kensington eldest son of the late William Kinnish formerly carpenter Houghton now deceased 1876 Memorial 105/295

KINNISH, William letter carrier Norwood 1880 Memorial 25/322

KINNISH, William letter carrier Norwood 1885 Application 20728

KINNISH, William the Elder 30 carpenter Adelaide married Caroline Mary FINCH 25 spinster Adelaide, on 12/4/1845 Sturt St. Minister: Rev'd Robert HAINING. Witnesses: John ROWLANDS and Matilda Rowlands. William Kinnish the Elder carpenter Houghton, died 15/3/1859 intestate, of consumption, aged 42. His eldest son, William Kinnish the Younger, born 8/9/1855 Houghton, inherited his estate as heir at law. Other children born to the family included: Frances Kinnish born 11/1/1847; Mary Ann Kinnish born 4/8/1849; Caroline Kinnish born 9/7/1852; Albert Kinnish born 4/5/1858 Caroline Mary Kinnish widow Kensington gave the above information in 1876 Application 28457

No 1

KINROSS, John sawyer Adelaide 1876 Application 15141

No 2

KINROSS, John bootmaker 7 Cook St, Payneham 1948 Memorial 70/523

KINSEY, George Wesley retired farmer Gilberton. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

No 1

KINSEY, Joseph wheelwright Salisbury 1853[-1858] Memorial 281/57 Salisbury Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee 1854 Memorial 92/74

KINSEY, Joseph wheelwright Salisbury 1856 Sturton Farm Primitive Methodist Chapel trustee pt Section 4031 Hundred of Munno Para Gawler Plains Memorial 49/103

KINSEY, Joseph farmer Salisbury 1860 Memorial 51/171

KINSEY, Joseph farmer formerly of Salisbury but now of Pancharpoo 1906 Memorial 37/456

KINSEY, Joseph formerly wheelwright Salisbury but now of Pancharpoo near Saddleworth 1907 Memorial 167/456

No 1

KINSMAN, Phillis widow Mitcham 1856 Memorial 345/101

KINSMAN, Phillis widow Mitcham 1856 Application 3548

KINSMAN, Phillis omnibus proprietor Mitcham 1863 Memorial 149/189

KINSMAN, Phillis coach proprietor Mitcham 1865 Application 6847

KIPP, Louis farmer Black Forest 1855 Memorial 396/90

KIPPIN, Charles labourer Walkerville 1880 Application 18110

KIPPING, Henry teamster Franklin Harbour 1886[-1891] Memorial 206/377

No 1

KIPPIST, James bricklayer and plasterer Adelaide 1857 Memorial 35/117

KIPPIST, James grocer Adelaide (Pirie St) 1859[-1877] Memorial 160/149, Application 16418

KIPPIST, James gentleman Norwood 1885 Application 20517

KIPPIST, Mary Jane wife of James George Kippist Parkside and Lavinia GALE widow Parkside 1903 Application 24659

No 1

KIPPIST, Richard E clerk to Samuel ALLEN land agent Adelaide 1869 Memorial 203/240

KIPPIST, Richard Edward city treasurer Adelaide 1907 Memorial 86/458

KIRBY, Bevan chemist Pt Adelaide 1921 Memorial 115/484

No 1

KIRBY, Edmund stockholder Springbank Station Portland Bay District Vic linked with James Kirby stockholder South Avenue Station Mt Gambier carrying on business as copartners in the two stations as E & J Kirby 1861 Memorial 280/173

KIRBY, Edmund cattle dealer formerly of Spring Bank Station Vic but now of South Avenue Station Mt Gambier Guichen Bay District linked with James Kirby stockholder South Avenue Station 1862 Memorial 62/188

KIRBY, Edmund Esquire Penola 1866 Memorial 238/217

KIRBY, Edward cattle dealer Penola 1863 Memorial 50/190

No 1

KIRBY, George Herbert gentleman Perth WA; His unnamed father had died leaving land at Gilberton 1898 Memorial 112/435

KIRBY, George Herbert gentleman Perth WA, power of attorney to Harry Edward KIRBY gentleman Adelaide, to sell his quarter share in his father’s property at Gilberton, and manage his other SA business interests 5/7/1898 Deposit 32/1898

No 1

KIRBY, George John carpenter Goolwa. Goolwa Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1868 Memorial 195/234

KIRBY, George John carpenter Goolwa 1868 Application 9545

KIRBY, Harry Edward warehouseman Payneham 1903 Application 24626

KIRBY, James yeoman Glenelg 1853 Memorial 284/53

No 1

KIRBY, John farmer one of the original settlers of Encounter Bay Section 123 Hindmarsh Valley, later from 1840 at Inman Valley. He lost his title deeds to land in a fire which damaged his house in early 1843, ‘and the circumstances of the loss of his land grants was then quite notorious’. He had married Katherine nee FIELD, who died 1840. John Kirby died 1848 intestate, leaving his son, Richard Kirby farmer Hindmarsh Valley, as heir at law. Arthur Tydel LINDSAY MP Victor Harbor used to board with the Kirbys before and after the fire Application 10675

No 2 - unclear whether 2 & 3 are the same person

KIRBY, John labourer Glenelg 1850 Memorial 204/19

KIRBY, John stockholder Glenelg 1853 Memorial 193/71

KIRBY, John farmer Glenelg 1853[-1856] Memorial 417/55

No 3 - unclear whether 2 & 3 are the same person

KIRBY, John labourer St Leonards 1849 Application 18464.

KIRBY, John labourer St Leonards 1849 Memorial 359/18 Yeoman St Leonards 1850 Memorial 432/24 Farmer St Leonards 1851 Memorial 20/30 Farmer Lot 89 Glenelg/St Leonards 1854 Enrolment 76/27

KIRBY, John farmer St Leonards near Glenelg 1851[-1857] Memorial 449/37

KIRBY, John yeoman St Leonards 1851 Memorial 473/38

KIRBY, John yeoman St Leonards on the Sea 1852[-1867] Memorial 22/42

KIRBY, John labourer St Leonards 1852[-1855] Memorial 308/43 Land purchase at Whitewater 12 miles north-east of Pt Wakefield 1853 Memorial 297/48

KIRBY, John stockholder St Leonards 1855 Memorial 200/90

No 4

KIRBY, John dairyman Glynde 1871 Memorial 106/254

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIRBY, John George innkeeper Milang 1872 Memorial 31/259

KIRBY, John George out of business Adelaide took out a lease of the Criterion Hotel King William St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 218/310

KIRBY, Joseph Coles minister of the gospel Pt Adelaide 1892[-1901] Memorial 175/415, Application 22459

KIRBY, Michael labourer Gawler South 1911 Memorial 69/466

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIRBY, Richard farmer Hindmarsh Valley 1870 Application 10675

KIRBY, Richard teacher Hindmarsh Valley 1876 Memorial 21/291

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIRBY, Robert master mariner Adelaide 1852 Memorial 110/42

KIRBY, Robert Shum master mariner Woodville, became a bankrupt in 1854 Memorial 299/75

No 2

KIRBY, Robert farmer Greenock Creek 1861 Memorial 213/178

KIRBY, Samuel carpenter Adelaide 1854 Memorial 181/72

KIRBY, Thomas Patrick labourer pt lot 97 off McFarlane St, St Leonards 1905. He had lived there continuously since 1861 and could not write. CW Priest land agent Glenelg stated: 'I have measured his land and inspected his cottage - of mud or pug - low - crooked - earth floors - ill lighted - land and cottage worth intrinsically £10 at the outside, but to him it is a shelter, a home, and worth £20. Kirby, the applicant, though poor and of limited capacity for earning his living and dreadfully ignorant of business, yet is an honest, truthful man and worthy - hence my desire to help him … lots facing the Patawalonga … and Alison St … all near Kirby's and I regret to say these criteria of judgement could be extensivey added to, and all pointing to the depressed values of land and houses in that out of the way part of St Leonards' Application 25041

KIRBY, William labourer Encounter Bay. Newland (Hundred of Encounter Bay) township allotment land grant 1886 Grant Book 37 Page 334 County Hindmarsh

KIRCHNER, Ben William driver Clare 1952 Application 28938

KIRCHNER, Franz Gottlieb farmer Snowtown 1897 Memorial 30/432

KIRCHNER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

No 1

KIRCHNER, Hermann miner Tanunda 1852[-1854] Memorial 313/43

KIRCHNER, Hermann miner Kapunda 1855 Memorial 211/84

No 1

KIRCHNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Clare 1855[-1860] Memorial 480/86

KIRCHNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1862 Grant Book 56 Page 25 County Stanley

KIRCHNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer near Clare Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1880 Grant Book 55 Page 37 County Stanley

KIRCHNER, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blyth Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1884 Grant Book 55 Page 42 County Stanley

KIRCHNER, William, Joseph SHARP, Robert WATERSTON and Adolph GAEDECHENS merchants no place mentioned trading under the style or firm of Kirchner, Gaedechens & Co 1856 Memorial 116/105

No 1

KIRK, Alexander farmer Little Para 1852[-1855] Memorial 425/43

KIRK, Alexander farmer Little Para. Hundred of Yatala land grant 1854 Grant Book 1 Page 72 County Adelaide

KIRK, Alexander farmer Hundred of Yatala 1855 Memorial 189/92

KIRK, Alexander farmer Kirkland Golden Grove and Clementina Kirk his wife formerly Clementina SMART daughter of the late John Smart formerly farmer Golden Grove now deceased 1884 Memorial 179/363

KIRK, Alexander farmer Kirklands near Golden Grove. Golden Grove Presbyterian Church trustee 1895 Memorial 82/426

KIRK, Alexander farmer Golden Grove, died 26/7/1912. Executors; Thomas Gibbons MC;PHARLIN farmer Golden Grove and Robert Fraser WILSON blacksmith Gilberton Memorial 148/467

KIRK, Alexander the Elder farmer Golden Grove, died 26/7/1912. Estate worth £1,221. He left real estate to his sons Robert Kirk and Alexander Charles Kirk farmers Golden Grove. He left money to his daughters Mary Ann SHILLABEER of One Tree Hill, Margaret Wilson JOYCE of Adelaide, the children of his late daughter Agnes WILSON wife of Robert Fraser Wilson blacksmith Gilberton; to his granddaughter Hellen DAVIES daughter of his deceased daughter Hellen Davies 'provided she continues to reside in my house up to my death but should she leave my house and protection with my consent then I direct the said sum shall be paid to her' his grandson Allan Vernon Kirk to get the money if she left without permission; to his daughter Isabella Kirk spinster 'I have not made further provision for my said daughter Isabellas as she has money of her own'; his daughter Clementina JONES wife of Joseph Jones farmer Koolunga Application 27170

No 1

KIRK, Alexander Charles farmer Golden Grove grandfather of Raymond John Bertram Kirk mechanic Golden Grove 1951 Memorial 19/526

KIRK, Alexander Charles farmer Golden Grove, died 5/7/1955. Husband of Bessie Melinda Kirk. Father of Allan Vernon Kirk carrier Golden Grove. Grandfather of Raymond John Bertram Kirk Memorial 31/531

KIRK, Archibald farmer Merriton 1885 Memorial 144/369

KIRK, Arthur bootmaker Largs, Co Ayr, Scotland, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH estate agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 22/12/1887 Deposit 154/1887

No 1

KIRK, Daniel Esquire formerly of Adelaide but now in parts beyond the seas 1866 Memorial 74/217

KIRK, Daniel farmer Undalya 1879[-1882] Memorial 17/314

No 1

KIRK, George James farmer Bagot Well Co Light. Hundred of Yangya land grant 1878[-1879] Grant Book 60 Page 92 County Victoria

KIRK, George James of Laura 1885 Memorial 203/370

No 2 – perhaps a continuation of No 1

KIRK, George James farmer Gordon trustee Bible Christian Chapel Gordon Gordon (Hundred of Kanyaka) township allotment land grant 1880 Grant Book 49 Page 107 County Newcastle

No 1

KIRK, Leslie painter Adelaide Place, Clydebank, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH estate agents Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 23/4/1887.

KIRK, Robert of Auburn, power of attorney to Joseph Edwin BLEECHMORE JP Esquire Auburn, to manage his SA business affairs 28/4/1875 Deposit 155/1887

KIRK, Euphemia Currier Porteous widow Adelaide Place, Clydebank, Co Dumbarton, Scotland, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK and James Viner SMITH estate agents Adelaide, to manage her SA business affairs 21/12/1888. Deposit 54/1889

KIRK, Raymond John Bertram main road One Tree Hill in the Sources of the Little Para, died 24/6/1964 Adelaide. Husband of Thelma Pearl Kirk. Brother of Vernon Alexander Kirk milkcarrier Main Road One Tree Hill. Executor; Ernest Victor PAINE wood merchant One Tree Hill Memorial 88/535

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KIRK, Robert farmer Upper Wakefield 1859[-1882] Memorial 114/152

KIRK, Robert farmer Lambert Creek near Auburn 1866 Application 7382

KIRK, Robert the Elder gentleman Upper Wakefield 1881[-1887] Memorial 37/331

KIRK, Robert farmer Upper Wakefield 1887 Application 21218

KIRK, Robert the Younger farmer Coomooroo. Hundred of Coomooroo land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 257 County Dalhousie

KIRK, Robert the Younger farmer Hundred of Coomooroo Co Dalhousie 1887 Memorial 89/384

No 2

KIRK, Robert labourer Golden Grove, died 15/11/1917. Probably father of Margaret McEwin Kirk spinster Golden Grove 1918 Memorial 161/476

KIRK, Robert labourer Golden Grove, died 15/11/1917. Estate worth £470. He left a lif insurance policy to be divided into thirds - his daughers Annie Jane BOWEY wife of John Alfred Bowey farmer Modbury, Nellie Henrietta HUTCHENS, and a third to the children of his deceased daughter, Mary Ann Ellen ROBERTS. The rest of his estate to his daughter, Margaret McEwen Kirk, provided she pay all the expenses of her father's death Application 27170

KIRK, William Gilles farmer Pt Broughton trustee Methodist Church Mundoora 1922 Grant Book 14 Page 289 County Daly

No 1

KIRKBRIDE, Robert linen draper St Vincent St, Adelaide 1850 Memorial 149/21

KIRKBRIDE, Robert linen draper formerly of St Vincent St, Adelaide, but now of Kensington 1851 Memorial 111/32

KIRKBRIDE, Robert storekeeper Kensington 1856[-1869] Memorial 332/106

KIRKBRIDE, Robert storekeeper Kensington lived in Bridge St, Kensington for at least 32 years before his death. Henry HUGHES JP Kensington was his good friend. He had lived in Kensington since c1863 Application 19253

No 1

KIRKBRIGHT, Alexander Edmund Firby and Joseph Teague Kirkbright farmers Auburn. Auburn Methodist Church trustees 1905[-1916] Memorials 12/453, 166/473

KIRKBRIGHT, Alexander Edmund Firby farmer Auburn 1910 Application 25877

KIRKBRIGHT, Edmund storeman Richmond. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1905 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

No 1

KIRKBRIGHT, John landowner Adelaide 1851 Memorial 367/31

KIRKBRIGHT, John [formerly landowner but now] warehouseman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 63/58

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KIRKBRIGHT, John of North Adelaide 1849 Memorial 143/14

KIRKBRIGHT, John yeoman North Adelaide 1851[-1854] Memorial 51/35 Hundred of Upper Wakefield land grant 1853 Memorial 297/54 Farmer Upper Wakefield 1854[-1873] Memorial 268/76

KIRKBRIGHT, John farmer near Auburn, died 25/10/1875. Executors; Joseph Edwin BLEECHMORE auctioneer Auburn and William Sandry BARKLA farmer Pine Creek near Auburn who died 3/6/1887 of asthma and heart disease, aged 58 Memorials 82 & 84/475

KIRKBRIGHT, John farmer near Auburn 1864 Application 5336

KIRKBRIGHT, John farmer Auburn, died 25/10/1875. His widow, Sophia Kirkbright, died 28/9/1916, of 10 days' bronchitis, aged 86. Born in Cornwall, England, she came to SA 66 years ago. Married at 20 years. 4 sons and 3 daughters living. 1 daughter deceased. By 1921, the family of John Kirkbright included: Rippon Kirkbright farmer Meribah, Sophia Mary HUDDESTON wife of Herbert Hudddeston labourer Hamilton, John Kirkbright labourer Saddleworth, Alexander Edmund Firby Kirkbright farmer Auburn, Eliza Emma Elizabeth Kirkbright spinster Auburn, Joseph Teague Kirkbright farmer Auburn, and Ann Teague ROWLAND wife of Henry Goulburn Rowland storekeeper Laura Application 26741

No 1

KIRKBRIGHT, Rippon farmer near Auburn 1882 Application 19316

KIRKBRIGHT, Rippon farmer Pinnaroo trustee Methodist Church Yarraville 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 47 County Chandos

KIRKBRIGHT, Sophia Mary spinster Auburn Co Stanley. Hundred of Eurelia land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 381 County Dalhousie

KIRKEEK, Elizabeth Mary widow Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1904 Grant Book 14 Page 218 County Daly

KIRKER, James insurance manager Adelaide 1888 Memorial 33/390

No 1

KIRKHAM, David clerk Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 123/185

KIRKHAM, David clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1878[-1879] Memorial 181/311

No 1

KIRKHAM, John and Samuel gentlemen Adelaide 1850 Memorial 183/28 Gentlemen Finniss Flat 1852[-1856] Memorial 187/41 Farmers Finniss River 1854 Memorial 175/63

KIRKHAM, John and Samuel gentlemen Adelaide 1853 Memorial 2/48

KIRKHAM, John and William farmers Finniss Flat 1856 Memorial 224/114 Linked with Samuel Kirkham farmer Finniss Flat 1857 Memorial 225/114 Farmers Finniss River 1857 Memorial 130/122

KIRKHAM John farmer Bull Creek 1859 Application 862

KIRKHAM, John stockholder Finniss River 1860 Memorial 261/167

KIRKHAM, John farmer Kondoparinga Hundred of Kondoparinga land grant 1865 Grant Book 36 Page 281 County Hindmarsh

KIRKHAM, John, Reuben and Tom farmers Finniss Flat 1881 Memorial 188/328

KIRKHAM, John, Tom and Reuben farmers Finniss Flat 1887 Application 21163

KIRKHAM, Mabel Gertrude widow Pt Augusta 1942 Application 28338

KIRKHAM, Robert Samuel stockholder Ashbourne 1897 Memorial 53/431

No 1

KIRKHAM, Samuel of the Finniss River 1854 Memorial 72/71

KIRKHAM, Samuel of Finniss Flat 1859 Memorial 140/151

KIRKHAM, Samuel farmer Finniss Flat near Strathalbyn 1864 Application 5047

KIRKHAM, Samuel farmer Finniss Flat. Strathalbyn Wesleyan Methodist Chapel trustee 1869 Memorial 186/242

KIRKHAM, Samuel farmer Finniss Flat 1875 Memorial 182/285

KIRKHAM, Samuel stockholder Finniss Flat, died c1885. Husband of Elizabeth Kirkham. Executor: Frederick HOWLETT of Ashbourne Memorial 46/438

No 1

KIRKHAM, William farmer Bull Creek 1857 Memorial 176/126

KIRKHAM, William farmer Bull Creek near Strathalbyn 1860 Application 1438

No 1

KIRKLAND, Edward Dudley farmer Coomooroo 1895 Grant Book 13 Page 265 County Dalhousie

KIRKLAND, Edward Dudley farmer formerly of White Cliffs near Booleroo but now of Coomooroo 1898 Memorial 242/434

KIRKLAND, Henry labourer Saddleworth Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1885 Grant Book 24 Page 628 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KIRKLAND, John farmer Tam O'Shanter Belt 1857 Memorial 3/119

KIRKLAND, John farmer Pt Gawler 1865 Memorial 181/207

KIRKLAND, John farmer Saddleworth Hundred of Booleroo land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 624 County Frome

No 1 - perhaps the same person; Elder and the Younger?

KIRKMAN, David railway clerk Pt Adelaide 1862 Memorial 66/186

KIRKMAN, David accountant Adelaide trustee Pt Adelaide Wesleyan Church 1862, died 6/5/1871, of rheumatic fever, aged 41 Application 20393

KIRKMAN, D clerk to BA MOULDEN solicitor Adelaide 1879 Memorial 183/400

KIRKMAN, D clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1881[-1887] Memorial 227/334

KIRKMAN, D accountant Adelaide 1907 Memorial 132/458

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIRKMAN, John Thomas clerk Adelaide 1892 Application 22332

KIRKMAN, JT clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1892[-1909] Memorial 97/414

KIRKMAN, John Thomas managing law clerk to Messrs MOULDEN & Sons solicitors Adelaide 1917 Memorial 62/476

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KIRKPATRICK, Alfred clerk to John WREN solicitor Adelaide 1858 Memorial 14/146

KIRKPATRICK, A clerk to Messrs WREN & MARTIN solicitors Adelaide 1885 Memorial 8/364

KIRKPATRICK, Andrew Alexander printer Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

KIRKPATRICK, John Alexander farmer Peake. Hundred of Peake land grant 1909 Grant Book 6 Page 52 County Buccleuch

No 1

KIRKPATRICK, Joseph Allott gentleman Adelaide 1877 Application 16028

KIRKPATRICK, Joseph Allott of Glenelg 1881 Application 18177

KIRKPATRICK, Joseph Allott formerly merchant's clerk Glenelg but then sheep farmer Glenelg, died 31/7/1889. He made his brother-in-law, Samuel CORNISH merchant Glenelg one of his executors. Caleb PEACOCK merchant Adelaide to be the other executor. One third of his estate to be divided equally amongst his parents and brothers and sisters who were living when he died (Mrs Annie Kirkpatrick, Agnes Maria CORNISH, Marion Kirkpatrick, Annie Eizabeth Kirkpatrick, Alfred Kirkpatrick and Florence Evangeline DUFFIELD. The rest of the estate to be kept in trust for his two daughters, Eveline Maud Kirkpatrick and Lurline Kirkpatrick, until they reached 21 or married, and inherited the trust fund equally. The executors also to be the guardians of his two daughters and to use the trust funds for their upbringing. BY 1916, the two Kirkpatrick sisters lived at St Leonards Application 26500

KIRKPATRICK, Joseph Allott formerly merchant's clerk but then sheep farmer Glenelg, died 31/7/1889. Estate worth £4,318/15/11 Memorial 224/403

No 1

KIRKWOOD, Alexander engineer on board the Havilah steamer trading between Melbourne Vic and Pt Adelaide 1858 Memorial 92/135

KIRKWOOD, Alexander engineer Melbourne Vic 1865 Memorial 340/201

No 1

KIRKWOOD, Daniel stone cutter Ridleyton North and Eliza Kirkwood his wife 1892 Application 22298

KIRKWOOD, Daniel stone cutter Ridleyton North near Hindmarsh and Eliza Kirkwood his wife 1897. She was a sister to Mary WELLS widow caretaker Brompton Application 23279

No 1

KIRKWOOD, James farmer Adelaide (Grenfell St) Hundred of Alma land grant 1857 Grant Book 26 Page 52 County Gawler

No 2

KIRKWOOD, James labourer Adelaide Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1881 Grant Book 26 Page 227 County Gawler

KIRKWOOD, Jean clerk 4 Canning St, Rosewater, aged 54 in 1958, declared that she has always lived in the vicinity of Alberton where she was born. J Kirkwood used to work for Wadlow Ltd timber merchants Alberton between 1927-1953 Application 29301

KIRKWOOD, John mill employee Orroroo 1925 Application 27981

KIRKWOOD, William proclaimed bank manager Pt Wakefield 1918 Memorial 94/476

No 1

KIRKWOOD, William Phippard gentleman Adelaide 1855 Hundred of Saddleworth land grant Memorial 341/159

KIRKWOOD, William Phippard merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 324/115

KIRKWOOD, William Phippard ship owner Adelaide 1856 Memorial 307/100

KIRKWOOD, William Phippard ship owner Auckland New Zealand, power of attorney to Charles Edward STEVENSON merchant Adelaide, to sell all his SA real estate 1/9/1858 Deposit 182/1859

KIRKWOOD, William Phippard ship owner New Zealand 1860 Pt Adelaide land purchase Memorial 227/166

KIRNOT, E farmer Angas Park 1855 Memorial 270/102

KIRSCH, Carl farmer Yorketown 1885 Memorial 212/365

KIRSCH, Johann Christian farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1866 Memorial 224/214

KIRSCH, Maria Louisa spinster near Weaner Flat Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

KIRSOPP, Andrew draper Adelaide 1858 Memorial 198/139

No 1

KIRWAN, John of Warcowie 1862 Memorial 135/180

KIRWAN, John of Warcowie owned land south of Mt Plantagenet 1862 Memorial 79/181

No 1

KIRWAN, Richard farmer Hundred of Arkaba 1882 Memorial 180/344

KIRWAN, Richard eating house keeper Wilpena 1883 Memorial 190/350

KISSANE, William Rogers of Adelaide 1882 Memorial 114/345

No 1

KISSEL, Thomas stonemason Adelaide (North St) 1853 Memorial 402/48

KISSEL, Thomas stone mason formerly of Adelaide (North St) but now of Wallaroo Bay 1865 Memorial 150/204

KITCH, Mark linked with Section 359 Hundred of Kulpara Co Daly 1883 Memorial 150/349

No 1

KITCH, William gardener Stepney 1873 Memorial 142/270

KITCH, William gardener Payneham Rd, Stepney 1876 Application 14908

KITCHEN, Daniel of O'Halloran Hill 1850 Memorial 100/25

KITCHEN, Robert Ernest Astracan grocer Broken Hill NSW linked with Fanny Symon Kitchen widow Broken Hill NSW 1912 Memorial 235/466

No 1

KITCHEN, Thomas grocer Kooringa 1881[-1883] Memorial 236/332

KITCHEN, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1891 Kooringa Wesleyan Methodist Church trustee Application 28412

KITCHEN, Thomas storekeeper Kooringa 1893 Memorial 194/419

KITCHEN, Thomas John farmer Kooringa 1899 Memorial 16/437

KITCHEN, Thomas John grocer Broken Hill NSW, died 9/11/1908. Husband of Fanny Symon Kitchen. Executors; Robert Ernest Astracan Kitchen grocer Broken Hill, Joseph CAPLE accountant Broken Hill, and Charles BILLEN Commonwealth civil servant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 230/463 & RPA Search 436

KITCHING, Richard gentleman Adelaide 1853 Memorial 49/50

KITCHING, William barque Madras Pt Adelaide 1843 Memorial 262/3

KITE, Charles hotelkeeper Globe Hotel, Murray St Gawler 1913 Memorial 197/469

KITE, George farmer Mintaro 1851 Memorial 440/34

KITE, William farmer Hundred of Davenport 1886 Memorial 113/381

No 1

KITELEY, John shoemaker Adelaide 1849 Memorial 368/14

KITELEY, John bootmaker Adelaide (Hindley St) 1859 Memorial 78/157

KITHER, Clarence Maturin accountant Adelaide 1910 Memorial 11/463

KITHER, Herbert stockdealer Adelaide 1909 Application 25579

KITHER, John of North Adelaide 1856 Memorial 92/99

KITHER, John Torraine butcher Glenelg 1880 Memorial 145/327

No 1

KITHER, Richard Cotton butcher Adelaide Minlaton township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 19 Page 197 County Fergusson

KITHER, Richard Cotton and William butchers Adelaide 1878[-1882] Memorial 162/306

No 1 - the Elder

KITHER, William butcher Adelaide (13 Rundle St on the east side of the Red Lion Hotel) 1866 Memorial 231/214

KITHER, William the Elder of 117a Rundle St, Adelaide, died c1869. He left his whole estate in trust to his wife, Sarah Kither, while she remained a widow. If she remarried, the shop and business to go to the testator's son, William Kither the Younger while the other children shared the remainder of the estate equally absolutely. If Sarah Kither remained a widow until her death, she could dispose of the estate according to her own wishes Memorial 33/241

KITHER, Sarah widow Angas St, Adelaide, died 2/10/1875. Mother of Richard Cotton Kither and John Torraine Kither Memorial 6/286

No 2 - the Younger

KITHER, William the Younger butcher Rundle St, Adelaide 1878 Memorial 153/306

KITHER, William butcher Adelaide, about to leave the province for a time, power of attorney to Frederick William BULLOCK estate agent Adelaide, to be a trustee for the insolvent estate (25/6/1884) of William PADDOCK land agent Adelaide 12/3/1886 Deposit 65/1886

KITHER, William gentleman Glenelg 1891 Application 22168

KITHER, William butcher Glenelg 1898 Memorial 103/434

KITHER, William butcher Adelaide (King William St and Gouger St). Lease plan for Kither Buildings Pt Town Acre 47 Deposit 9/1908

KITSON, Alfred painter Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 15918

KITSON, Charles Richard farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1922 Grant Book 12 Page 51 County Chandos

KITSON, Henry of Mt Barker 1863 Memorial 286/206

KITSON, James carpenter Caltowie. Caltowie (Hundred of Caltowie) township allotment land grant 1874 Grant Book 60 Page 444 County Victoria

No 1

KITSON, John of Finniss Vale 1857 Memorial 250/129

KITSON, John carpenter Finniss Vale Rapid Bay 1858 Memorial 223/138

KITSON, John carpenter formerly of Finniss Vale 1857 but now of Moonta 1873 Application 12915

No 2

KITSON, John retired police civil servant Adelaide (South Tce) 1920 Application 26946

KITSON, MC solicitor Adelaide 1922[-1923] Memorial 62/485

KITSON, Thomas showman Penwortham and Ellen Kitson his wife 1906 Application 25200

KITTEL, Theodor Emanuel blacksmith Pt Augusta 1915 Application 26461

KITTLE, Charles Cheesman farmer Brownhill Creek 1851 Memorial 306/38

KITTLE, George labourer Barton 1857 Memorial 194/115

KITTO, Edward farmer Morchard trustee Morchard Institute 1891 Grant Book 13 Page 250 County Dalhousie

No 1 – the Elder

KITTO, James farmer Strathalbyn 1857 Memorial 278/197

KITTO, James farmer Angas Plains near Strathalbyn 1858[-1867] Memorials 66/147 & 95/218

KITTO, James farmer Strathalbyn 1863 Application 4359

KITTO, James farmer near Belvidere [Strathalbyn] 1875 Memorial 144/284

KITTO, James farmer Dalkey and of Belvidere near Strathalbyn, died c1875. He left his estate in trust to his wife, Ginefor Kitto, and son, William Kitto. Mrs Kitto to get an income of £104 a year for life from the farm. After her death, the estate to go to William Kitto and his son, Alfred Jacob Sincock Kitto, in equal shares absolutley in remainder expectant Memorial 74/295

No 2 – the Younger

KITTO, James the Younger farmer Belvidere [near Strathalbyn] Co Hindmarsh. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 55 Page 33 County Stanley

KITTO, James the Younger farmer Condowie Hundred of Boucaut. Trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Boucaut. Hundred of Boucaut land grant 1879 Grant Book 55 Page 34 County Stanley

KITTO, James farmer Snowtown 1882 Memorial 163/337

KITTO, James farmer Saddleworth and Snowtown 1903 Application 24424

No 3

KITTO, James farmer Gumeracha 1908 Memorial 113/459

KITTO, James farmer Kenton Valley 1921 Application 26982

No 1

KITTO, Robert Kent farmer Maintland Co Fergusson. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1881 Grant Book 14 Page 418 County Daly

KITTO, Robert Kent storekeeper Maitland. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 106 County Fergusson

KITTO, Robert Kent farmer Maitland. Hundred of Maitland land grant 1884 Grant Book 19 Page 107 County Fergusson

KITTO, Robert Kent farmer Weetulta. Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 285 County Daly

KITTO, Samuel farmer Kenton Valley near Gumeracha 1870 Application 11172

KITTO, Samuel Cager farmer Halbury and Gruzzel Kitto his wife 1892 Memorial 174/415

No 1

KLAEBE, Albert Friedrich Joseph farmer Kapunda 1865 Application 6424

KLAEBE, Caroline Henriette Wilhelmine widow Point Pass [Mrs Albert Klaebe nee CHW ROHDE] 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 168 County Eyre

No 1

KLAEBE, Anna Dorothea widow Kapunda 1859 Memorial 315/150

No 2

KLAEBE, Anna Dorothea widow perhaps of Bethanien [first portion of the Memorial missing]. Mother of Marie Emilie HOFFMANN, Ida KIEKEBUSCH, and Charlotte GROSSER. Her children, Albert Klaebe and Mrs Christian STOCKMANN nee Henriette Klaebe, had died. Mother-in-law of Mrs Karoline SIEBERT formerly Klaebe Memorial 236/431

No 1

KLAEBE, Bruno Richard and Otto farmers Baldina 1885 Memorial 187/367

KLAEBE, Bruno Richard farmer Baldina 1887 Memorial 125/383

KLAEBE, Bruno Richard farmer Baldina. Hundred of Baldina land grant 1888 Grant Book 9 Page 12 County Burra

KLAEBE, Friedrich farmer Rowlands Flat 1853 Memorial 215/60

KLAEBE, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1856 Memorial 39/98

KLAEBSCH, Carl Hermann farmer formerly of the Bugle Ranges but now of Hartley and and Carl August PAECH farmer Woodchester, executors of the will of Johann Christian Klaebsch farmer former of the Bugle Ranges now of Hartley on the Bremer, who owned Section 2869 Hunred of Macclesfield 1909 Application 25620

No 1

KLAEBSCH, Johann Christian farmer Salem near Callington on the Bremer 1865 Memorial 334/206

KLAEBSCH, Johann Christian farmer Hartley, died c1908. Father of Carl Hermann Klaebsch farmer Bugle Ranges and father-in-law of Carl August PAECH farmer Woodchester Memorial 12/461

No 2

KLAEBSCH, Johann Christian farmer Wistow 1882 Application 19037

No 1

KLAEHN, Friedrich August Heinrich farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1851[-1854] Memorial 237/34 Farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 90/64

KLAEHN, Friedrich August Heinrich JP Esquire Wiltshire Special Survey 1857 Memorial 321/118

KLAEHN, Friedrich August Heinrich agent Sheaoak Log 1865 Application 6787

KLAEHN/KLAHN/KLÄHN, Friedrich August Heinrich postmaster Dalkey Owen township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 27 Page 443 County Gawler

KLAEHN/KLAHN/KLÄHN, Friedrich August Heinrich clerk Dalkey Hundred of Dalkey land grant 1882 Grant Book 26 Page 242 County Gawler

No 1

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Gottlieb mason Lobethal 1858 Memorial 156/139

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Gottlieb mason formerly of Lobethal but now of Hoffungsthal 1863 Application 4124

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Gottlieb farmer Eden Valley 1867 Memorial 45/224

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Anna Dorothea widow Lobethal relict of Johann Gottlieb Klaer 1886 Applications 20903 & 20903

No 1

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Johann Gottfried Emanuel farmer Lobethal - foundation trustee Lobethal Lutheran Church trustee 1854. Resigned before the congregation appointed new trustees at a meeting 19/5/1867 Application 8586

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Johann Gottfried Emanuel storekeeper Lobethal, became a bankrupt in 1864 Memorial 103/195

KLAER/KLAR/KLÄR, Johann Gottfried Emanuel formerly of Lobethal but now of Monarto 1877 122Application 16048

KLAFFER, Johann Christian farmer Rosenthal on the North Para 1860 Memorial 147/164

No 1

KLAFFUS, Gottfried farmer Bethanien 1855 Memorial 408/82

KLAFFUS, Gottfried shoemaker Bethanien 1858[-1867] Memorial 110/139

KLAFFUS, Gottfried farmer Bethanien, died c1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Rosine Klaffus Memorial 5/227

KLAFFUS, Matilda married woman Kooringa 1908 Application 25443

KLANTE, Albert Rudolph labourer Hamilton on the Light linked with Roy Wilfred Klante labourer Hamilton on the Light a minor born 27/12/1917 Memorial 154/530

KLANTE, Alma Mathilde married woman Hamilton on the Light 1922 Memorial 31/486

KLANTE, August and Wilhelm labourers near Robertstown 1908 Grant Book 17 Page 179 County Eyre

No 1

KLAPPER, Heinrich farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 146/20

KLAPPER, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1853[-1854] Memorial 140/47

No 1

KLASS/CLASS, Johann Wilhelm farmer Grünthal 1859 Memorial 221/156

KLASS/CLASS, Wilhelm farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

KLASS/CLASS, Johann Wilhelm farmer Grünthal and Susannah Klass his wife formerly Susannah SCHUMANN widow 1860 Memorial 117/167

No 1

KLAU, Carl Jonathan farmer Lobethal 1850 Memorial 453/27

KLAU, Carl Jonathan farmer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 329/43

No 1

KLAU, George farmer near Truro 1864 Memorial 194/194

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KLAU, George Daniel farmer Sanders Creek near Mannum 1885[-1887] Memorial 55/371

KLAU, George Daniel farmer Dutton 1895 Memorial 83/426

KLAU, Hermann farmer near Angaston 1863 Application 3853

KLAU, Wilhelm Julius farmer Hundred of Moorooroo 1854[-1860] Memorial 246/73, Application 1400

KLAU, Wilhelm Reinhold farmer Auburn 1903 Memorial 12/448

No 1

KLAUCKE, Johann gentleman Gawler River 1854 Memorial 165/62

KLAUCKE, Johann gentleman near Gawler 1857[-1858] Memorial 121/127

KLAUER, Eva Eliza spinster formerly of Cowandilla but now of Canterbury Vic 1908 Memorial 197/459

No 1

KLAUER, Friedrich Wilhelm August licensed victualler Adelaide and Eliza Ann Klauer his wife 1880 Memorial 34/324

KLAUER, Friedrich Wilhelm August gentleman Adelaide1893 Memorial 115/417

KLAUER, Friedrich Wilhelm August of Hilton 1898 Memorial 144/434

KLEEMAN, George Kleeman baker Adelaide. His wife, Amy Kleeman, died 25/10/1911. She was the youngest daughter of Robert George Stewart formerly caretaker but now retired, and Robina Stewart, of Cochrane Tce, Prospect. Only one child of the marriage - Frederick Stewart Kleeman, born 29/3/1904 Application 27980

KLEEMANN, Bernhard Johannes farmer Maitland 1942 Memorial 137/516

KLEEMANN, EE gardener Tanunda 1921 Memorial 58/484

KLEEMANN, Daniel Christoph farmer Rowlands Flat 1880 Memorial 40/323

KLEEMANN, Friedrich farmer Rowlands Flat 1857 Memorial 15/119

No 1

KLEEMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm August picture frame maker Adelaide (152 Rundle St) 1874 Memorial 103/274

KLEEMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm August fruiterer Adelaide (152 Rundle St) 1895 Memorial 158/423

KLEEMANN, George Christian Ferdinand baker Adelaide (Gray St) 1875 Memorial 220/281

KLEEMANN, Gottlob Friedrich mason Tanunda 1892 Application 22218

KLEEMANN, Hermann Otto carpenter Mannum Co Sturt. Waikerie (Hundred of Waikerie) township allotment land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 115 County Albert

KLEEMANN, Minna spinster 33 Dequetteville Tce, Kent Town 1918 Memorial 196/477

No 1

KLEI/KLEY, Albert farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 333/26

KLEY, Albert farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 306/143

KLEY, August Albert miller Tanunda 1860 Memorial 267/167

No 1

KLEI, Andreas wheelwright Lyndoch Valley 1854 Memorial 172/73

KLEI, Andreas Adolph wheelwright Lyndoch Valley 1875 Memorial 244/284

KLEI, Andreas Adolph wheelwright Lyndoch Valley, died 7/10/1890. Husband of Louise Klei nee JASCHAN Memorial 80/406

KLEI, Andreas Adolph wheelwright Lyndoch Valley, died 7/10/1890. His whole estate in trust for his wife, Louise Klei nee JASCHAN, for life, then to be divided equally amongst the children of the marriage. All children upon turning 21 or the girls upon marriage to receive £25 each, except if the wife does not agree. In that case, those children to receive £25 before the estate is shared out after the widow died. If any son or son-in-law wanted to continue the wheelwright business, he should have the chance to buy the tools at a fair valuation. His widow, Louise Klei, died 18/9/1894 Lyndoch, of 6 months' carcinoma of the stomach and intestines, aged 64 Application 22776

KLEI, Hermann August painter Quorn Hundred of Pichi Richi land grant 1898 Grant Book 49 Page 31 County Newcastle

KLEY, Clara Charlotte Bertha of Kapunda 1886 Memorial 40/374

KLEY, GAA licensed victualler Stockwell 1862 Application 2873

KLEIN, Albert farmer Clinton Centre. Hundred of Clinton land grant 1911 Grant Book 14 Page 142 County Daly

KLEIN, Carl Friedrich August grocer Norwood 1884 Memorial 14/358, Application 20213

KLEIN, Ernst cabinetmaker Nuriootpa 1860 Application 1626

KLEIN, Gustav farmer Dalkey Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1878[-1885] Grant Book 19 Page 138 County Fergusson

KLEIN, Maximilian Adolph traveller Adelaide 1885 Application 20538

KLEIN, Theodor poultry farmer Edwardstown. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1906 Grant Book 2 Page 15 County Adelaide

KLEINIG, George farmer Ebenezer 1858 Memorial 236/142

KLEINIG, Johann farmer Light Pass 1852 Memorial 137/42

No 1

KLEINIG, Johann Traugott farmer Mt Mary Co Eyre. Hundred of Schomburgk land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 218 County Burra

KLEINIG, Johann Traugott retired farmer Eudunda. Emmaeus Lutheran Church trustee 1928 Memorial 155/500

No 1

KLEINITZ, Johann farmer Lobethal 1850[-1869] Memorial 191/28

KLEINITZ, Johann farmer near Lobethal 1862 Application 3235

No 1

KLEINITZ, Wilhelm cooper Lobethal 1852 Memorial 329/43

KLEINITZ, Wilhelm farmer Mt Torrens 1857[-1859] Memorial 35/116

KLEINITZ, Mrs of Mt Torrens 1880 Application 18125

KLEINSCHMIDT, Arthur Bruno and Herbert Albert Victor Kleinschmidt both farmers Woodside, sons of Helene Johanne Maria Kleinschmidt widow Woodside, who died 31/8/1926 Memorial 94/496

No 1

KLEINSCHMIDT, Friedrich Wilhelm mason Adelaide 1838 Bricklayer Adelaide 1839 Application 1889

KLEINSCHMIDT, Friedrich Wilhelm [Frederick William] labourer Adelaide 1838 He bought land in Prospect Application 8384

KLEINSCHMIDT, Wilhelm builder Section 5135 Sources of the Onkaparinga 1845 Memorial 158/5

KLEINSCHMIDT, Friedrich Wilhelm brewer Lobethal 1876 Memorial 197/294

No 1

KLEINSCHMIDT, Helene Johanne Maria widow Woodside. As at 1923, her family included; Reinhold Wilhelm Adolph Kleinschmidt labourer Brisbane Qld; Paul Heinrich Albert Kleinschmidt butcher Melbourne Vic; Hermann Alfred Kleinschmidt carpenter Woodside; Herbert Albert Victor Kleinschmidt farmer Woodside; Ernest Richard Kleinschmidt labourer Woodside; Arthur Bruno Kleinschmidt farmer Woodside; Helene Victoria Kleinschmidt spinster Woodside; Mildred Eveline BURNLEY married woman Woodside Memorial 17/489

KLEINSCHMIDT, Helene Johanne Maria widow Woodside, died 31/8/1926. Her family included : Herbert Albert Victor Kleinschmidt and Arthur Bruno Kleinschmidt farmers Woodside, Helene Victoria BOYTON married woman Woodside, and Mildred BURNLEY married woman Woodside 1928 Application 27717

KLEINSCHMIDT, Hermann Franz farmer Lobethal 1902[-1915] Memorial 64/447, Application 26431

No 1

KLEINSCHMIDT, RW of Woodside 1878 Memorial 65/310

KLEINSCHMIDT, Reinhold Wilhelm farmer Woodside and Johanne Maria Kleinschmidt his wife 1880. She had an interest in the estate of the late Adolph KOCH who died 10/10/1870 intestate Memorial 238/320

KLEINSCHMIDT, RW JP farmer Woodside 1895 Memorial 235/424

KLEINSCHMIDT, Reinhold Wilhelm farmer Woodside 1911 Memorial 7/465

KLEINSCHMIDT, Renz Correll accountant Woodside 1950 Woodside Institute Trustee Application 28770

KLEM, George of Adelaide. MA Klem mentioned but not described 1890 Memorial 87/403

KLEM, George Wilhelm storekeeper Petersburg 1888 Memorial 81/390, Application 24606

KLEM, Ida May married woman Rose Park 1922. She owned allotments in the township of Castleton, which Frederic CASTLE Esquire Morphett Vale had laid out in 1853 on pt Section 315 Hundred of Noarlunga Application 27096

No 1

KLEM, Maximilian Adolph fruiterer Adelaide (Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 15/334

KLEM, Max Adolph of Adelaide 1890 Memorial 62/403

KLEM, Otto farmer Carribie 1890 Memorial 86/403

No 1

KLEMKE, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 413/37

KLEMKE, Johann Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1860 Memorial 150/168

No 1

KLEMKE, Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1852 Memorial 8/45

KLEMKE, Gottlieb farmer Duck Ponds 1868 Memorial 12/230

No 1

KLEMM, Gottlieb Gustav of Melrose linked with Johann Gottfried Klemm farmer Booleroo 1888 Memorial 100/389

KLEMM, Gottlieb Gustav farmer Melrose 1890 Memorial 5/402

KLEMM, Gustav of Appila linked with Samuel Klemm of Mannahill 1889 Memorial 137/400

No 1

KLEMM, Johann Friedrich farmer near Angaston Hundred of Appila land grant 1882 Grant Book 24 Page 510 County Frome

KLEMM, Johann F farmer Mannahill 1890 Memorial 23/404

KLEMM, Johann Friedrich farmer Booleroo 1891[-1893] Memorial 38/408

KLEMM, Johann Friedrich farmer Booleroo linked with Johann Gottlieb Klemm farmer Appila 1895 Memorial 209/424

KLEMM, Johann Gottfried farmer Light Pass 1854 Memorial 447/70

No 1

KLEMM, Johann Gottlieb and NIESALKE, Gottlieb farmers Light Pass 1850. Owned Section 164 Hundred of Moorooroo in partnership. Memorial 32/27

KLEMM, Johann Gottlieb farmer Angaston 1854 Memorial 331/73

No 2

KLEMM, Johann Gottlieb farmer Blumberg 1854[-1859] Memorial 250/150

KLEMM, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of Blumberg but now of Adelaide 1863 Memorial 36/192

KLEMM, Johann Gottlieb labourer Blumberg, died 18/12/1885 Lobethal. His widow, Johanne Caroline Klemm, died 18/1/1923. Parents of Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Klemm labourer Lobethal Memorial 183/487

KLEMM, Johann Heinrich farmer Appila Hundred of Appila land grant 1893 Grant Book 24 Page 512 County Frome

KLEMM, Otto farmer Troubridge trustee Wesleyan Methodist Church Edithburgh township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 488 County Fergusso

KLEMM, Samuel the Elder of Mannahill linked with Samuel Klemm the Younger Menindie 1889 Memorials 189 & 190/400

KLENKE, Gottfried farmer The Bremer 1858 Memorial 302/167

KLENNER, Gottlieb Gustav farmer Melrose 1891 Memorial 192/409

No 1

KLENNER, Heinrich farmer Gnadenfrei 1853 Memorial 37/54

KLENNER, Heinrich farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 45/118

No 1 – perhaps mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KLENNER, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Tanunda 1855 Memorial 56/86

KLENNER, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Bethel Hundred of Light 1857 Memorial 25/119

KLENNER, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer near Kapunda 1865 Application 6107

KLENNER, William Henry of near Kapunda 1887 Memorial 101/384

KLENNER, William Henry farmer Black Rock near Kooringa. Hundred of Morgan land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 421 County Dalhousie

No 1

KLEWITZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 117/72

KLEWITZ, W miller Nuriootpa 1855 Memorial 166/84

KLEWITZ, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Nuriootpa 1861 Application 2328

KLEWITZ, Friedrich Wilhelm miller Nuriootpa 1862 Memorial 146/192

KLEWITZ, George architect 62 Moseley St, Glenelg 1930, declared that he was born on 27/8/1857 and had lived at Glenelg since 1875 Application 27795

No 1

KLEY, Albert farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 333/26

KLEY, Albert farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1858 Memorial 306/143

No 1 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KLEY, August Albert gentleman Buchsfelde near Gawler 1857 Memorial 153/127

KLEY, August Albert miller Tanunda 1860 Memorial 267/167

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KLICHE, Christian Gotthilf butcher Krondorf 1885 Application 20615

KLICHE, Christian Gotthilf farmer near Tanunda linked with Ernst Gottlieb Kliche labourer Krondorf 1887 Memorial 10/385

KLICHE, Christian Gotthilf the Elder butcher Krondorf linked with Christian Gotthilf Kliche the Younger farmer Krondorf 1891 Memorial 37/409

KLICHE, Ernst Gottlieb labourer Krondorf 1887 Memorial 230/383

No 1

KLICHE, Gottfried farmer Bethanien 1851 Memorial 278/32

KLICHE, Gottfried farmer Tanunda 1854[-1855] Memorial 361/74

KLICHE, Gottfried farmer Krondorf 1859 Memorial 198/151

KLICHE, Gottfried farmer Krondorf father of Ernst Gottlieb Kliche farmer Krondorf 1867 Memorial 72/226

KLICHE, Gottfried and Christian Gotthilf farmers Krondorf 1867 Memorial 71/226

KLICHE, Gottfried farmer Krondorf 1881 Application 18524

KLICHE, Oswald Herbert packer Parkside 1916 Application 26488

KLINGBERG, Benjamin farmer Section 881 Hundred of Moorooroo 1865 Memorial 227/200

KLINGBERG, Carl Heinrich farmer Hundred of Willochra linked with Carl Reinhold Klingberg farmer near Bruce 1885 Memorial 52/372

KLINGBERG, Carl Reinhold of near Bruce 1885 Memorial 118/372

KLINGBERG, Ernst farmer Arden Vale Hundred of Yarrah land grant 1903 Grant Book 49 Page 216 County Newcastle

No 1

KLINGE, Johann Wilhelm farmer Lobethal 1854 Hundred of Tungkillo land purchase Memorial 280/75

KLINGE, Johann Wilhelm farmer formerly of Lobethal but now of Tungkillo 1858 Memorial 67/148

No 1

KLINGEBIEL, Christian farmer Bethanien 1855[-1861] Memorial 1/83

KLINGEBIEL, Friedrich Christian farmer Bethany, died 11/10/1871

accidental death, aged 59. Husband of Johanne Christiane Friedericke Klingebiel Application 16983

KLINGEBIEL, Johanne Christiane Friedericke widow Bethanien relict of the late Christian Klingebiel formerly farmer Bethanien but now deceased. Her children included - Friedericke Christiane LANGE wife of Friedrich Wilhelm Lange shoemaker Waterloo, Friedrich Heinrich George Klingebiel, Auguste Caroline Louise Klingebiel, and Elise Caroline Anna Klingebiel all of Bethanien 1872 Memorial 13/264

KLINGENBERG, Henry farmer near Clare Co Stanley. Hundred of Redhill land grant 1877[-1879] Grant Book 14 Page 365 County Daly

No 1

KLINGENDER, Edward clerk to EC GWYNNE solicitor Adelaide 1842 Memorial 233/2

KLINGENDER, Edward Esquire formerly of Section 2042 but now of North Adelaide 1853 Memorial 49/61

KLINGENDER, Edward gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1857[-1863] Memorial 335/131

KLINGENDER, Edward gentleman Melbourne Vic, power of attorney to Nathaniel KNOX and Leonard THRUPP solicitors Adelaide, to complete the sale of land in TA 335 Victoria Square, Adelaide for £100. 2/9/1872 Deposit 151/1872

KLINGENDER, Edward solicitor Bank Place, Melbourne Vic. In partnership with a Mr CHARLSLEY 1875 Application 17555

KLINGENDER, Edward solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1877 Application 16232

KLINGENDER, Edward solicitor formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1890 Memorial 79/404

No 1

KLINGNER, Carl Wilhelm farmer Angaston 1856[-1858] Memorial 276/107

KLINGNER, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Stockwell 1859 Application 980

KLINGNER, Carl Wilhelm farmer near Stockwell Hundred of Dutton land grant 1885 Grant Book 17 Page 91 County Eyre

KLINGNER, Christian Ernst of Tanunda 1856 Memorial 331/108

KLINGNER, Friedrich Hermann farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 50 County Chandos

KLINTWORTH, Frederick farmer Hundred of MacDonnell Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1897 Grant Book 30 Page 282 County Grey

No 1

KLISSER, Charles Levi draper and clothier Adelaide 1867 Memorial 19/226

KLISSER, Charles Levi clothier Adelaide, became a bankrupt in 1880 Memorial 20/327

KLITSCHER, Johann Gottfried farmer Point Pass 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 197 County Eyre

KLOESTER/KLOSTER/KLÖSTER, Mary Jane married woman Oodlawirra [Mrs Ludwig Kloester nee MJ TAYLOR] Oodlawirra (formerly Penn Hundred of Coglin) township allotment land grant 1890[-1896] Grant Book 34 Page 177 County Herbert

No 1

KLOKE, Johann Gottlieb wheelwright Lobethal 1853 Hundred of Talunga land grant Memorial 440/54

KLOKE, Johann Gottlieb wheelwright Blumberg 1857 Memorial 310/118

KLOKE, Johann Gottlieb no description, died c 1870. In his will, he made provision for his wife, Johanne Luise Kloke nee STEICKE, and his daughters - Johanne Dorothea Kloke, Karoline Auguste RUSSACK nee Kloke, and Johanne Eleonore Kloke (living in Germany) Memorial 247/244

No 1

KLOPP, George Heinrich and Carl Heinrich carpenters Maitland, Catharine Caroline Klopp spinster Maitland; Friedrich Wilhelm Klopp carpenter Pt Adelaide; Mary Ann MARTIN widow Yankalilla 1881 Application 18764

KLOPP, George Heinrich carpenter Maitland 1883 Memorial 136/347

KLOPP, George Henry carpenter Maitland Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1883 Grant Book 19 Page 170a County Fergusson

KLOPP, George Henry undertaker Maitland 1906 Application 25186

No 1

KLOPP, Johann Friedrich carpenter and cabinetmaker Yankalilla 1871[-1875] Memorial 244/254

KLOPP, Johann Friedrich of Yankalilla owned some of the lots in Wissanger township pt Section 1175 Hundred of Yankalilla 1881 Application 18764

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, August Heinrich farmer near Warnertown Hundred of Napperby, became a bankrupt in 1891 Memorial 234/412

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, Carl Heinrich farmer Section 7 Hundred of Napperby Co Victoria 1886[-1892] Memorial 236/375

No 1

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hope Valley Co Adelaide. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1885 Grant Book 60 Page 391 County Victoria

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Napperby. Hundred of Napperby land grant 1892 Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Crystal Brook trustee Institute Warnertown Warnertown (Hundred of Napperby) township allotment land grant 1901[-1902] Grant Book 60 Page 417 & 418 County Victoria

No 1

KLOPPER, Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1849[-1862] Memorial 75/19

KLOPPER, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Highercombe 1881 Memorial 100/334

KLOPPER, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hope Valley, died 8/4/1888. Husband of Caroline Henriette Fredericke Klopper and father of August Heinrich Klopper. Estate worth £400 Memorial 112/391

KLOEPPER/KLOPPER/KLÖPPER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Hope Valley, had died by 1898. Executrix – Caroline Henriette Friedericke Klopper widown Napperby Grant Book 60 Page 392 County Victoria

KLOPPER, Caroline Henriette Friedericke widow Hope Valley, died 18/3/1914, a sister to ACH WETZEL. Estate worth £4,000. Her family of 9 children included; Georg Eduard Klopper and Adolph Bernard Benno Klopper gardener Northam WA, Anna Wilhelmine FORRESTER, Louise Caroline Forrester; Louise Auguste WAKE, Agnes Bertha Emma COLLEY; Johanne Marie KNOTT; Christian Ernst Theodor Klopper, and August Friedrich Wilhelm Klopper. A grandson, Milton William Forrester farmer, lived at Orroroo  Application 27917

KLOSE, Carl Gustav farmer Rhine Villa 1898 Memorial 35/434

KLOSE, Carl Gottlieb Heinrich farmer Blumberg 1893 Application 22509

KLOSE, Herbert Otto labourer Harrogate 1934 Memorial 155/507

No 1

KLOSE, Johann Carol (Carl) labourer College Town 1849[-1867] Memorial 9/19

KLOSE, Johann Carl farmer College Town 1863 Memorial 258/190

KLOSE, Johann Carl labourer Adelaide 1875 Memorial 220/284

KLOSE, Johann Carl labourer College Town 1885 Application 20703

KLOSE, Johann Paul Martin storekeeper Lyndoch 1886[-1888] Memorial 15/381, Application 21359

No 1

KLOSE, Samuel Minister of the Gospel Parklands near Adelaide 1848 Memorial 69/11

KLOSE, Samuel Minister of the Gospel formerly of the Parklands near Adelaide but now of Hope Valley 1856 Memorial 221/101

KLOSE, Samuel Minister of the Gospel formerly of the Parklands but now of Happy Valley District of Clarendon 1871 Memorial 90/256

No 2

KLOSE, Samuel farmer Lobethal 1852 Memorial 383/39

KLOSE, Samuel farmer Lobethal 1881 Application 18786

KLOWSS, Gottlieb farmer Mt Gambier 1868 Memorial 235/230

KLUGE, Carl Ernst farmer Hundred of Forster. Hundred of Forster land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 31 County Albert

No 1

KLUGE, Gottfried farmer Hahndorf 1851 Memorial 221/40

KLUGE, Gottfried butcher Blumberg 1868[-1871] Memorial 234/230

KLUGE, Johann Gottfried farmer Section 6628 Hundred of Talunga, near Blumberg, left his widow, Johanne Luise Kluge, a life interest in trust in the property, then to their son, Carl August Kluge, absolutely in remainder expectant. Executor Gerhard Heinrich RATHJEN farmer Blumberg Application 21074

No 1

KLUGE, Johann Karl of the North Para 1853 Memorial 77/58

KLUGE, Karl farmer Sections 749 & 750 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 30/73

KLUGE, Johann Karl farmer North Para 1860 Application 1765

KLUGE, Karl farmer Schönborn, died 1864. He left his estate under varying conditions and trusts to his wife, Maria Rosine Kluge nee HAEUSLER, his sons Wilhelm and Ernst Kluge, his daughters Ernstine Kluge and Luise Kluge and foster daughter, Christiane HAEUSLER. The sons to provide their mother '£10 in cash every year … 3 bags of wheaten flour of 200 pounds each every year … free habitation of the room on the left of the entrance as also free firing fit for use and delivered monthy or oftener, half a pound of good fresh butter and a quart of milk for coffee every week, in case of sickness nursing doctors and apothecaries expenses and after decease a respectable funeral, a conveyance on Sundays to go to church once a month Memorial 266/200

KLUGE, Karl farmer pt Sections 749 & 750 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1854. He had at least two children, Ernst and Wilhelm Kluge farmers Schönborn, who inherited some of his estate after his death. Apparently, there was also a daughter, Luise Kluge, who had married a Mr RAMM. She had died and left an only child in deserted circumstances, who inherited her late mother's share of her mother's father's estate 1876 Application 15499

No 1

KLUSKE, Johann August farmer near Eudunda 1885[-1896] Memorial 102/369

KLUSKE, Johann August farmer near Eudunda Hundred of English land grant 1898 Grant Book 17 Page 175 County Eyre

No 1

KLUSKE, Johann Ferdinand labourer near Eudunda Hundred of Neales land grant 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 202 County Eyre

KLUSKE, Johann Ferdinand farmer Pinaroo. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 43 County Chandos

KNABE, Claude Henry engineer Adelaide of Sporting Cars Ltd of Flinders St, Adelaide 1938 Memorial 3/512

KNABE, EM undertaker's assistant Adelaide (Rundle St) 1905 Application 25555

KNABE, John Henry undertaker Adelaide 1900 Memorial 203/439

KNAGGES, George labourer Yarcowie. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1877 Grant Book 60 Page 51 County Victoria

KNAPMAN, Alfred Ernest Albert licensed victualler Pt Pirie 1901 Application 24245

No 1

KNAPMAN, William of Le Fevre Peninsula 1856 Memorial 62/96

KNAPMAN, William carpenter Le Fevre Peninsula 1859 Memorial 49/158

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Pt Pirie (Hundred of Pirie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 478 County Victoria

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Adelaide 1878 Memorial 103/306

KNAPMAN, William innkeeper Pt Pirie and brewer Pt Adelaide and Charlotte Chapman his wife 1878 Memorial 87/309

KNAPMAN, William licensed victualler Pt Pirie, and brewer of Pt Adelaide, about to visit Europe, power of attorney to his wife, Charlotte Knapman, to manage his SA business affairs 3/5/1878. The family owned Knapman Buildings on the corner of Commercial Road and St Vincent St, Pt Adelaide Deposits 170/1878 & 23/1888

KNAPMAN, William innkeeper Pt Pirie 1879 Memorial 141/318

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Pirie 1880[-1881] Memorial 84/326

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Adelaide 1885 Application 20451

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Yunta township allotment land grant Co Herbert 1887 Grant Book 34 Page 163 County Herbert

KNAPMAN, William brewer Pt Adelaide Co Adelaide. Waukaringa township allotment land grant 1889 Grant Book 45 Page 2 County Lytton

KNAPMAN, William brewer formerly of Pt Pirie but then of Pt Adelaide 1895[-1907] Memorial 167/426, Application 25393

No 1

KNAPMAN, William Henry brewer Pt Adelaide 1892[-1894] Memorial 85/413

KNAPMAN, William Henry brewer Pt Adelaide and Elizabeth Agnes Knapman his wife 1899 Memorial 235/438

KNAPMAN, Elizabeth Agnes widow 17 Napier St, Exeter, died 12/1/1950. Mother of Percy Knapman and William Hans Knapman gentlemen 17 Napier St, Exeter Memorial 146/529

KNAPMAN, Elizabeth Agnes widow 17 Napier St, Exeter, died

12/1/1950. She left her estate in equal shares to her surviving children - William Hans Knapman, Percy Knapman gentlemen Exeter, Amy Elizabeth GERHARD, Stanley Knapman and Bertie Knapman Application 29076

KNAPP, Edwin Thomas farmer Warburtha 1877 Memorial 74/303

No 1

KNAPP, George smith Pt Adelaide 1855 Memorial 394/88

KNAPP, George blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula 1877 Application 15878

KNAPP, George blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1877 Application 16085

KNAPP, GH blacksmith Pt Adelaide 1878 Application 16631

No 1

KNAPP, Thomas farrier Adelaide 1843 Memorial 281/52

KNAPP, Thomas blacksmith The Sturt 1857 Memorial 328/119

KNAPP, Thomas the Elder blacksmith Section 120 Survey B father of Thomas James Knapp the Younger of Section 120 Survey B 1854 Memorial 99/63

KNAPP, Thomas blacksmith Section 120 on the Sturt River 1856, died c1865. He left some real estate to his son, George Knapp, and other real estate to his son-in-law, John WALKER of Pt Adelaide Memorial 179/205

No 1

KNAPP, Thomas Haldin blacksmith formerly of the South Road, Sturt, then of Birkenhead, died 28/2/1865. He left real estate to his married daughter, Hester Haldin WALKER nee Knapp, and his son, George Henry Knapp blacksmith Birkenhead. Another son, Thomas James Knapp, had died c1854. Application 23399

KNAPP, Thomas Haldin formerly blacksmith Le Fevre Peninsula but then out of business, died c1864. He left estate to his daughter, Hester Haldin WALKER nee Knapp, and his son, George Henry Knapp no description Memorial 68/202

KNAPPSTEIN, KH law clerk Clare 1927 Memorial 31/497

KNAUERHASE, Carl labourer Waterloo Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 51 County Dalhousie

No 1

KNAUERHASE, Carl Wilhelm farmer White Cliffs 1897[-1898] Memorial 99/431

KNAUERHASE, Carl Wilhelm farmer White Cliffs Hundred of Pekina land grant 1904 Grant Book 13 Page 174 County Dalhousie

KNAUERHASE, Ernst farmer White Cliffs Hundred of Pekina land grant 1903 Grant Book 13 Page 173 County Dalhousie

KNAUERHASE, Heinrich Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Booleroo 1889[-1903] Memorial 105/397

KNAUERHASE, Johann Wilhelm wheelwright Greenock Creek 1866 Memorial 316/208

KNEALE, Edward Henry confectioner Adelaide 1898 Memorial 100/436

KNEE, William farmer Salisbury 1855 Memorial 271/84

No 1 - JAT Kneese

KNEESE, Theodor farmer Adelaide 1853 Memorial 99/56

KNEESE, Theodor farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of near Gawler 1854 Memorial 316/64

KNEESE, Theodore farmer Gawler 1854[-1859] Memorial 268/62

KNEESE, Theodor farmer Mudla Wirra Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1859 Grant Book 27 Page 268 County Gawler

KNEESE, Johann August Theodor farmer Willaston near Gawler Hundred of Mudla Wirra land grant 1865 Grant Book 27 Page 285 County Gawler

KNEESE, Theodor formerly farmer 1856 but now corn factor Gawler 1865 Application 6788

KNEESE, Theodor formerly licensed victualler but now cornfactor Gawler 1876 Application 14951

KNEESE, Johann August Theodor miller Crystal Brook Co Victoria. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1878 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

KNEESE, Theodor storekeeper Crystal Brook 1879 Memorial 182/313

KNEESE, Johann August Theodor miller North Adelaide 1882, said that he had gone to the Bendigo gold fields towards the end of October 1852, and returned to SA about July 1853 Application 19290

KNEESE, Johann August Theodor of Adelaide 1886 Memorial 233/374

KNEESE, Theodor of Miller St, North Unley 1886 Memorial 67/380

KNEESE, Otto Henry farmer Gawler River 1855 Memorial 337/88

No 1

KNEFFEL, Matthias farmer Gawler Belt near Gawler 1874 Memorial 183/271

KNEFFEL, Mathes farmer Gawler Belt and Maria Kneffel his wife 1876 Memorial 44/288

KNEFFEL, Marie widow Gawler Belt, relict of the late Matthias Kneffel 1876 Memorial 141/289

KNEFFEL, SM farmer near Willaston 1872 Application 11920

KNEVELL, Joseph farmer Mintaro 1865 Application 6226

KNEVETT, Joseph farmer near Mintaro, died c1867. He left his wife, Mary Knevett, his estate partly absolutely and partly in trust for her lifetime then to her surviving children in equal shares absolutely Memorial 93/224

No 1

KNIBBS, William labourer Willaston 1866 Memorial 54/211

KNIBBS, William labourer Willaston 1882 Application 19248

KNIGHT, Andrews Thomas publican Ballarat Vic and Judith Knight his wife formerly Judith Riley spinster Robe 1869 Memorial 44/444

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KNIGHT, Arthur of Orroroo 1900 Memorial 126/441

KNIGHT, Arthur farmer Walloway 1906[-1908] Memorial 104/455

No 1

KNIGHT, Charles surgeon Adelaide 1844 Memorial 213/4

KNIGHT, Charles surgeon formerly of Adelaide but now of Auckland in New Zealand 1851 Memorial 192/32

KNIGHT, Charles surgeon Wellington New Zealand owned land in Walkerville 1878 Memorial 186/314

KNIGHT, Charles MRCS surgeon Adelaide 1844 By 1878, Knight had moved to Wellington New Zealand, when he sold his home in Warwick St, Walkerville Application 18957

No 2

KNIGHT, Charles sheep farmer Langhorne Creek 1876 Memorial 146/290

No 1

KNIGHT, Charles Johnston farmer Strathalbyn 1856[-1875] Hundred of the Murray land grant Co Sturt Memorial 164/100

KNIGHT, Charles Johnston farmer Lake Alexandrina Hundred of Brinkley land grant 1864[-1866] Grant Book 58 Page 346 County Sturt

KNIGHT, Charles Johnston sheep farmer Mulgundawar 1882 He was an executor for the will of John WYLIE Application 19042

KNIGHT, Charles Johnston farmer Mulgundawar Lake Alexandrina, died 29/6/1915. Father of John Stephenson Knight farmer Mulgundawar Memorial 95/473

No 1

KNIGHT, Daniel yeoman Littlehampton 1858 Memorial 215/143

KNIGHT, Daniel malster Littlehampton 1861 Application 20330

KNIGHT, Daniel malster Littlehampton 1861 Memorial 47/179

KNIGHT, Daniel labourer Littlehampton 1885[-1894] Memorial 107/365, Application 20558

No 2

KNIGHT, Daniel farmer Noarlunga 1859 Memorial 332/158

KNIGHT, Frank Philip storekeeper Pt Lincoln 1905[-1928] Memorial 49/454

No 1

KNIGHT, Frederick farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of Mingbool land grant 1891 Grant Book 31 Page 123 County Grey

No 2

KNIGHT, Frederick and George farmers Walloway 1896 Memorial 64/427

KNIGHT, Frederick farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1918 Grant Book 13 Page 231 County Dalhousie

No 3

KNIGHT, Frederick farmer and grazier Orroroo. Hundred of Erskine land grant 1911 Grant Book 13 Page 427 County Dalhousie

No 1

KNIGHT, Frederic Peter mill inspector Quorn 1888[-1892] Memorial 248/389

KNIGHT, Frederick Peter of Stirling East Bridgewater Flour Mill manager 1919 Memorial 118/479

No 1

KNIGHT, George butcher formerly of Thebarton but now of the Burra 1851 Memorial 472/31

No 2

KNIGHT, George baker Salisbury 1854[-1858] Memorial 97/67

KNIGHT, George farmer Salisbury 1854 Memorial 300/67

KNIGHT, George baker formerly of Salisbury 1859 then of Adelaide but now storekeeper Springhill near Kyneton Vic 1870 Application 10474.

KNIGHT, George baker formerly of Salisbury 1855 then of Adelaide now of Springhill near Kyneton Vic 1873 Application 12641

KNIGHT, George publican Spring Hill parish of Coliban Vic, died 2/8/1872. His widow, Mary Knight, died 31/7/1892 Spring Hill. Parents of George Knight the Younger and Samuel Knight farmers Spring Hill, and Ann HEDDLE wife of John Heddle baker near Salisbury 1895 Memorial 122/425

No 3

KNIGHT, George farmer Strathalbyn 1854[-1857] Memorial 323/73

KNIGHT, George farmer Strathalbyn Hundred of Coolinong land grant 1879[-1880] Grant Book 54 Page 146 County Russell

KNIGHT, George farmer Coolinong near Wellington 1873 Application 12865

No 4 - linked with No 3? Elder and Younger involved?

KNIGHT, George farmer Pt Elliot 1864 Memorial 153/194

KNIGHT, George farmer near Middleton 1869 Memorial 125/236

KNIGHT, George farmer Middleton 1874 Application 13385

KNIGHT, George farmer Walloway. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 222 County Dalhousie

KNIGHT, George farmer Orroroo linked with William Knight farmer Walloway 1894 Memorial 53/422

KNIGHT, George farmer Pt Elliot. Pt Elliot Baptist Chapel trustee 1896 Memorial 208/426

KNIGHT, George farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Walloway land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 228 County Dalhousie

KNIGHT, George farmer Orroroo 1900 [probably originally of Pt Elliot] Application 24105

KNIGHT, George farmer formerly of Middleton but now of Orroroo 1901 Memorial 22/442

No 5

KNIGHT, George labourer Chucka Bend 1887[-1891] Memorial 162/384

No 6

KNIGHT, George corn dealer Salisbury 1948 Application 28637

KNIGHT, George Cable commercial traveller Adelaide Wilmington township allotment land grant 1876 Grant Book 24 Page 570 County Frome

KNIGHT, George Henry customs clerk 5 Ormonde Ave, Edwardstown East. Edwardstown East Workmen's Hall Inc trustee 1929 Memorial 33/502

No 1

KNIGHT, George Samuel bricklayer Adelaide 1852 Memorial 133/45

KNIGHT, George Samuel bricklayer Richmond 1854 Memorial 496/69

KNIGHT, George Samuel bricklayer Hilton 1859 Memorial 54/153

KNIGHT, George Samuel pig farmer Penryn [West Richmond], bought 8 allotments in Penryhn during 1852. Immediately, he erected a fence around the lots, and began to build a brick and concrete home of four rooms, which he finished in 1865. He grazed horses and cows on the land after 1852. GS Knight also built a brick and concrete cottage on the site in 1871, which he leased to various tenants. In 1892, one of his female servants, named EVANS, burnt the conveyances to the land. 'This servant was a member of the Salvation Army and appeared to me at times to have an insane desire to destroy things by burning them. While she was with me as servant, she burnt a lot of house linen, towels and articles of wearing apparel. She also then burnt several letters and papers belonging to me and at ths same time as she burnt the said conveyance, she also burnt a large plan of Section 102 Survey B … I threatened her with proeedings for burning my goods and the night after she so burnt the said conveyance, she left my house and I have not seen her since. I have heard that she went to Sydney, but I do not know where she is now to be found.' 1895 Application 23047

KNIGHT, George Skinner shoemaker Langhorne Bridge 1865 Memorial 231/203

No 1

KNIGHT, Henry boardinghouse keeper Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1878 Grant Book 31 Page 288 County Grey

KNIGHT, Henry mason Beachport Beachport (Hundred of Rivoli Bay) township allotment land grant 1879 Grant Book 31 Page 292 County Grey

No 1

KNIGHT, Hugh Paterson linked with the estate of the late John Knight of Sections 314, 315 Hundred of Tatiara Co Buckingham 1888 Memorial 215/395

KNIGHT, HP farmer Wolseley linked with Kathleen Mary Knight widow Wolseley 1888 Memorial 18/396

KNIGHT, Hugh farmer Tatiara linked with W Knight farmer Wolseley 1889 Memorial 74/397

No 1

KNIGHT, James labourer Adelaide 1839 Application 21888

No 2 - perhaps a continuation of No 1

KNIGHT, James police constable Thebarton 1842 Memorial 446/1 Yeoman Adelaide 1845 Memorial 105/5

No 3 - perhaps a continuation of No 2; mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KNIGHT, James storekeeper Thebarton 1881 Application 18691

KNIGHT, James storekeeper Thebarton 1894 Application 22780.

KNIGHT, James clerk 24 Ballyntine St, West Thebarton, aged 61 in 1932, declared that he used to work for his father in the family store at Thebarton in the 1880s Application 27879

No 4

KNIGHT, James storekeeper Adelaide (Currie St), died 1844. He left his entire estate to his wife, Sarah Knight, in trust for life then to his son, John Knight shoemaker Adelaide, absolutely in remainder expectant Memorial 7/318, Deposit 7/1862

No 5

KNIGHT, James carpenter Brompton 1857 Memorial 245/129

KNIGHT, James carpenter Brompton 1867 Application 8927

KNIGHT, James builder and wheelwright Brompton 1874 Application 13688

KNIGHT, James carpenter Brompton 1881 His son, William Thomas Knight 136no description occupied the land Application 18471

KNIGHT, James undertaker Brompton 1882 Application 23700

KNIGHT, James undertaker Hindmarsh 1893 Application 22588

No 6

KNIGHT, James cooper Mt Barker 1875[-1884] Application 20021

KNIGHT, James Watts merchant Adelaide (Rundle Place) 1854[-1856] Memorial 325/65

No 1

KNIGHT, John farmer Mt Barker 1856[-1857] Memorial 150/100

No 2

KNIGHT, John tenant farmer Westbrook Mt Barker 1856 Memorial 273/100

No 3

KNIGHT, John of Kooringa 1858 Memorial 61/143 [Formerly of Kooringa but now of] Kapunda 1866 Memorial 112/213

No 4

KNIGHT, John labourer Saddleworth 1859 Memorial 319/160

KNIGHT, John formerly labourer Saddleworth but now shepherd near Pt Wakefield 1868 Memorial 55/236

KNIGHT, John shepherd near Mt Templeton Hundred of Stow land grant 1875 Grant Book 56 Page 446 County Stanley

No 5

KNIGHT, John brewer Strathalbyn died. He left his widow a life interest in trust in real estate in Strathalbyn, then to unmarried daughters in trust for life or upon marriage, then to the sons in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Hannah KNIGHT widow of John Knight, died 29/3/1878 Thebarton, of general debility, aged 78. She probably lived with her son, James Knight of Thebarton. All children of John and Hannah Knight alive in 1879 - Charles Johnston Knight farmer Mulgundawa, Lake Alexandrina born 29/12/1822, George Johnston Knight farmer Cooligong, Croskee Plains born 6/8/1825, William Colville Knight clerk Walkerville born 24/2/1827, Mary Stephenson wife of John Stephenson Melbourne St North Adelaide born 21/5/1828; Margaret BOWMAN wife of Alexander Bowman Middleton born 3/2/1830, Elizabeth NICHOLSON wife of John Nicholson Yaul Bridge House by Lough Gall Armagh, Ireland born 27/5/1832, Agnes KNIGHT spinster Thebarton born 28/6/1834, James Knight storekeeper Thebarton born 29/4/1836, Charlotte FLEMING wife of James Fleming Strathalbyn born 20/12/1838, John Johnston Knight of Kinnownunyie Vic born 14/7/1841 Application 17572

No 6

KNIGHT, John the Elder farmer Pt Elliot 1882 Application 19076

No 7

KNIGHT, John carpenter Brompton 1888 Application 21417

KNIGHT, John Stephenson farmer Mulgundawa near Langhorne Creek, died 23/9/1934. Brother to Fred Knight (deceased) and Agnes Jane Knight wife of James Knight Memorial 123/530

KNIGHT, L post office clerk Exeter 1883 Application 19936

No 1

KNIGHT, LC law clerk Adelaide 1912 Memorial 156/471

KNIGHT, Llewellyn Coldham accountant Adelaide 1930 Memorial 74/503

KNIGHT, Percival Troy well sinker Pekina Co Dalhousie. Hundred of Bews land grant 1912 Grant Book 12 Page 9 County Chandos

No 1

KNIGHT, Samuel labourer Glen Osmond 1854 Memorial 416/76

KNIGHT, Samuel labourer [formerly of Glen Osmond but now of] Stirling near the Crafers Inn 1856 Stirling Bible Christian Chapel trustee Memorial 305/112

KNIGHT, Samuel gardener Stirling East 1876[-1906], died c1906. Husband of Martha Knight. Father of Frederick Peter Knight miller Malvern and Caroline Elizabeth Knight no description Memorial 182/455

No 2 - perhaps linked with No 1

KNIGHT, Samuel labourer Cox Creek 1865 Memorial 121/205

KNIGHT, Samuel farmer and drover Grünthal 1876 Memorial 239/293

KNIGHT, Samuel farmer Grünthal 1877 Memorial 113/300

KNIGHT, Samuel gardener Stirling East 1880 Application 18231

KNIGHT, Samuel gardener Stirling East, died 21/7/1906. His estate worth £725. His wife, Martha Knight, had already died 11/5/1883, of mammary schirrus, aged 64. Her husband described as a labourer in 1883. Their children, Frederick Peter Knight miller Malvern, and Caroline Elizabeth Knight (married Henry GASKELL 24 bachelor carpenter Father; John Gaskell on 24/8/1880 bride's father's house. Minister: John DINGLE. Witnesses: CG GURR clerk Stepney and Charlotte DAVIES of Kapunda), inherited their father's estate in equal shares immediately in 1906, as their mother, entitled to a life interest, had already died Application 26850

No 3

KNIGHT, Samuel minister of the gospel Moonta Chairman of the Northern District of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in SA trustee Hundred of Melville land grant 1873 Grant Book 19 Page 65 County Fergusson

KNIGHT, Samuel minister of the gospel Moonta Co Daly. Chairman of the Northern District SA Methodist Conference 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 134 County Victoria

KNIGHT, Samuel Wesleyan Methodist minister Moonta Chairman Northern District SA Wesleyan Methodist Church 1874 Grant Book 14 Page 495 County Daly

KNIGHT, Samuel Wesleyan minister Gawler 1875 Grant Book 24 Page 524 County Frome

KNIGHT, Samuel minister of the gospel Gawler. Chairman of the Northern District SA Methodist Conference 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 433 County Victoria

KNIGHT, Samuel Wesleyan Methodist minister Gawler – included Gladstone in his circuit 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 315 County Victoria

KNIGHT, Samuel minister of the gospel Adelaide. Chairman SA Wesleyan Methodist Conference 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 253 County Fergusson

KNIGHT, Samuel Wesleyan Minister Adelaide, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON estate agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 18/9/1878 Deposit 231/1878

No 4

KNIGHT, Samuel gentleman Adelaide and Penelope Mary Knight his wife 1908 Application 25401

KNIGHT, Samuel James formerly gardener Unley 1852 but now of Forest Hut near Moonambel Vic 1866 Application 7464

No 1

KNIGHT, Thomas yeoman Littlehampton 1853[-1857] Memorial 138/50

No 2

KNIGHT, Thomas commercial traveller Adelaide 1881 Memorial 5/335

KNIGHT, Thomas storekeeper Bordertown 1885[-1889] Memorial 119/369

No 1

KNIGHT, Thomas John Esquire Hobart Van Diemen's Land 1854 Memorial 310/75

KNIGHT, Thomas John Esquire formerly of The Temple, London, England but now of Hobart Tasmania 1856 Memorial 142/109

No 1

KNIGHT, William farmer Dry Creek 1853[-1857] Memorial 243/47

No 2

KNIGHT, William farmer Tatiara. Hundred of Tatiara land grant 1888 Grant Book 7 Page 16 County Buckingham

No 3

KNIGHT, William farmer Orroroo 1893 Memorial 122/418

No 1

KNIGHT, William C clerk to WRIGHT Bros [EA and Frederick Wright land and commission agents] Adelaide 1857[-1861] Memorial 26/126

KNIGHT, William C clerk [probably for the Equitable Fire Insurance Co Ltd] Adelaide 1874 Memorial 189/273

KNIGHT, William C clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 212/279

KNIGHT, William Grills and William Henry GRAHAM Esquires Albany WA, power of attorney to George Witherage COTTON estate agent Adelaide, to manage their SA business affairs 2/3/1877 Deposit 51/1877

KNIGHT, William Thomas formerly farmer and fireman 18 Charles St, Unley, but now out of business Reynella 1961 Memorial 101/533

No 1

KNIGHTLY, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh 1856[-1879] Memorial 278/95, Application 2127

KNIGHTLY, Samuel labourer Hindmarsh 1890. He could not write Application 21858

No 2

KNIGHTLY, Samuel tanner Bowden 1879 Memorial 22/315

No 1

KNIGHTLY, William labourer Underdale 1856 Memorial 327/97

KNIGHTLY, William farmer Underdale 1863 Memorial 255/188

No 2 - likely to be a continuation of No 1

KNIGHTLY, William Radford the Elder farmer Underdale, died c1865. (Executors; Ellis and George NORMAN of Underdale). Husband of Mary Knightly. Father of William Radford Knightly the Younger, Catherine Radford AULD wife of John Auld, and Charles Knightly all of near Adelaide Memorials 249/244, 52/245, 75/283

KNIGHTLY, William Radford the Elder farmer Underdale, died 14/8/1865. He gave his wife Mary Knightly a life interest in his whole estate, then to his children in equal shares. Mary Knightly widow Underdale died 7/3/1890 Yahl Paddock, of stomach cancer, aged 66. Their son, William Radford Knightly the Younger farmer and dairyman Underdale, had died 4/10/1887, of kidney and heart disease and brain effusion, aged 42. His widow, Emily Knightly, survived, along with his only child, Amy Radford TEECE wife of Cureton Teece labourer New Thebarton. Other children of WR Knightly Senr included Catherine Radford AULD wife of John Auld labourer Mt Gambier and Charles Knightly farmer Yahl 1890 Application 21835

KNIGHTLY, William Herbert farmer Mt Gambier 1913 Application 26232

KNIGHTSON, Joseph tobacconist Pt Adelaide 1906 Application 25120

No 1

KNILL, William yeoman Brompton 1852[-1855] Memorial 350/41

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

KNILL, William carpenter Adelaide [founder of the Royal Oak Hotel O'Connell St North Adelaide] 1855 Memorial 34/93

KNILL, William carpenter North Adelaide 1857[-1860] Memorial 343/120

KNILL, William carpenter Prospect 1874 Memorial 20/333

KNILL, William foreman carpenter North Adelaide (Childers St), died 17/3/1898 Islington, of heart disease, aged 71 Application 24041

No 3 - the Younger

KNILL, Will the Younger clerk to Messrs AYERS & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1883 Memorial 6/347

KNILL, William clerk Adelaide 1884 Memorial 162/355

KNILL, William the Younger clerk to TB GALL solicitor Adelaide 1905 Memorial 208/453

KNILL, William the Younger clerk North Adelaide 1926 Memorial 51/495

No 1

KNIPE, James Frederick surgeon Encounter Bay 1850 Memorial 52/26

KNIPE, James Frederick surgeon late of Encounter Bay now of Noarlunga 1852[-1856] Memorial 365/41

KNIPE, James Frederick surgeon Aldinga and Elizabeth Knipe his wife 1870 Memorial 217/250

No 1

KNIPE, John Crouche gentleman Pt Augusta 1880 Memorial 172/326

KNIPE, John Crouche storekeeper Pt Augusta Bruce township allotment land grant (Hundred of Willochra) 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 794 County Frome

KNIPE, John Crouche auctioneer Pt Augusta had an interest in various mineral leases 1884 Memorial 45/361

KNISPEL, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1855[-1857] Memorial 402/81

No 1

KNOBLOCK, Wilhelm yeoman the Pound Road 1855 Memorial 230/99

KNOBLOCK, Wilhelm farmer Marion Road 1856 Memorial 189/105

KNOBLOCK, Wilhelm formerly yeoman the Pound Road 1855 but now gardener Marion Road 1865 [Likely to be the same address] Application 6622

No 1

KNOTT, James farmer Mt Barker District 1855 Memorial 473/91

KNOTT, Elizabeth nee HAWKE (Father: John Hawke deceased) widow of James Knott 32 married John SEXTON 32 carpenter bachelor on 1/7/1852 Holy Trinity Adelaide. Minister: James FARRELL. Witnesses: Charles LETCHFORD and Frederick PURDUE no description. John Sexton carpenter Callington died 30/9/1853, of inflammation, aged 34. Elizabeth Sexton 40 Callington remarried to Thomas PRISK the Younger 46 mine captain Strathalbyn (Father: Thomas Prisk the Elder deceased) on 11/9/1860 William BATES home Waymouth St, Adelaide. Minister: John STANDRIN of Mt Barker. Witnesses: John HILL farmer Meadows and Harriett HANNAFORD of Mt Barker. Thomas Prisk the Younger mining captain Callington died 23/9/1877 Cobar NSW. Estate worth £490 to go to his wife Elizabeth Prisk in trust for life, then to be sold and distributed equally absolutely in remainder expectant amongst the surviving members of the family. One of his children was called Thomas Tungkillo Prisk. Mrs Prisk’s only child of her first marriage - Mary Maria KNOTT 18 Callington married Samuel TONKIN 23 blacksmith Callington (Father: William Tonkin) on 28/4/1859 her mother’s residence Callington. Minister: Spencer WILLIAMS. Witnesses: Robert Tonkin butcher Kanmantoo; Mary Prisk of Strathalbyn; William Tonkin of Callington; Elizabeth SEXTON of Callington; T PRISK of the Strathalbyn Mine. Application 20082

No 2

KNOTT, James farmer Gawler 1876 Memorial 107/290

No 1

KNOTT, John Doctor of Medicine North Adelaide 1840[-1843] Memorial 126/3

KNOTT, John Esquire Adelaide (Hindley St) 1843 Memorial 380/2

KNOTT, Ellen Maria 4 Portland Tce, Southsea, Parish of Portsea, Hants, England. Her husband, John Knott surgeon Adelaide, died 21/10/1850, in Adelaide. She and her children inherited the estate as tenants in oommon. Power of attorney to JB HACK Esquire Adelaide, to sell all her husband's estate and remit the money to her. JB Hack also had to finalise the doctor's business affairs 22/2/1851 Enrolments 33-35/13

KNOTT, Ellen Maria widow 4 Portland Tce, Southsea, Hants, England, relict of John KNOTT surgeon Adelaide deceased 1852 Memorial 33/44

KNOTT, Ellen Maria widow formerly of Adelaide but now of Southsea, near Portsmouth, Hants, England 1854 relict of the late John Knott formerly surgeon Adelaide but now deceased, who died 21/10/1850. Her children included Ellen Maria Knott, John Barton Knott, Priscilla Knott, George Gawler Knott and Charlotte Knott. John Knott had left his estate to his wife in trust for life and then to his children in equal shares absolutely in remainder expectant. Widow Ellen Maria Knott had married William Henry REID by 1863 Memorials 286/74, 83/188

REID, Ellen Maria wife of William Henry Reid (probably in England) formerly widow Southsea, Hants, England relict of John KNOTT surgeon Adelaide and her children John Barton Knott, Priscilla Knott, George Gawler Knott and Charlotte Knott 1864. The family's Adelaide attorney was Henry Gawler Application 5562

No 1

KNOTT, John Barton of Palcalayton Coorong 1861 Memorial 337/178 FIND - spelling

KNOTT, John Barton gentleman New South Wales 1865 Memorial 130/229

No 1

KNOTT, Will the Younger clerk to Messrs AYERS & AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1881 Memorial 127/334

No 2

KNOTT, William labourer Hope Valley 1884[-1892] Memorial 5/361

KNOWLES, Frank Lyndon lieutenant in the Military Staff Office Adelaide 1897 Memorial 105/432

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KNOWLES, Frederick licensed victualler Pt Wakefield 1873[-1875] Memorial 31/270

KNOWLES, Frederick formerly licensed victualler Blyth but now out of business Adelaide 1884 Memorial 74/362

KNOWLES, George of Sandalwood Co Buccleuch. Hundred of Angas land grant 1884 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

KNOWLES, James farmer Rhine Villa 1891 Memorial 57/408

No 1

KNOWLES, John yeoman Nairne 1853[-1856] Memorial 350/60

KNOWLES, John farmer Nairne 1858 Memorial 261/143

No 2

KNOWLES, John licensed victualler Adelaide (Royal Admiral Hindley St) 1855[-1856] Memorial 194/85

KNOWLES, John licensed victualler Sheaoak Log 1860 'on the road to Kapunda' Memorial 43/162

KNOWLES, John licensed victualler Adelaide took out a lease on the Globe Inn Gawler 1861 Memorial 174/174

KNOWLES, John licensed victualler formerly of Adelaide 1857 but now of Gawler 1863 Application 4271

KNOWLES, John gentleman Gawler 1865 Memorial 42/204

KNOWLES, John gentleman formery of Gawler but at present absent therefrom 1868 Memorial 161/231

KNOWLES, John merchant Gawler 1874[-1875] Memorial 216/276

KNOWLES, John gentleman Adelaide 1883[-1885] Memorial 239/351

KNOWLES, John gentleman Adelaide, died 14/12/1896. Cousin to Hannah LYNDON and Eliza Lyndon. Brother to Isaac Knowles solicitor Wellington Salop, England and Abraham Knowles timber merchant 19 Priory Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Co Warwick, England; also the late Thomas P Knowles of Coventry, Co Warwick. Estate worth £3,350. Frank Lyndon Knowles civil servant Adelaide mentioned Memorials 233/430 & 104/432

KNOWLES, John His sister, Mary Ann Knowles married William HARDIKER who had died by 1897. The Hardiker children included William Atkinson Hardiker surgeon Piers Marston Byfield, Northants, England and Mary Ann Atkinson PARKES nee Hardiker wife of James Parkes farmer Farnborough near Banbury, Oxon, England Memorial 7/433

No 3 - likely to be the same person

KNOWLES, John carpenter Watervale 1864 Memorial 273/199

KNOWLES, John the Younger carpenter Auburn 1866 Memorial 74/211

KNOWLES, John builder Pt Wakefield 1876 Application 15761

No 4

KNOWLES, John miner Moonta 1866 Memorial 124/213

KNOWLES, John mining captain Moonta 1866 Memorial 228/217

No 1

KNOWLES, Robert merchant Adelaide a partner in the firm of D & W MURRAY 1879 Memorial 40/318

KNOWLES, Robert gentleman Adelaide 1881 Memorial 124/365

KNOWLES, Robert gentleman formerly of Adelaide but now of Melbourne Vic 1908 Memorial 179/459

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KNOWLES, Thomas labourer Adelaide 1848 Memorial 141/12

KNOWLES, Thomas labourer Adelaide and Hester Knowles his wife 1855 Memorial 364/94

KNOWLES, Thomas died 21/6/1902 and Hester Knowles died 13/2/1908 Memorial 232/466

KNOWLES, Thomas the Younger of Adelaide (Hindley St) 1877 Memorial 89/310

No 2

KNOWLES, Thomas butcher Melrose. Laura (Hundred of Booyoolie) township allotment land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 454 County Victoria

KNOWLES, Thomas drover Melrose 1877 Memorial 128/304

KNOWLES, Thomas [formerly drover Melrose but now] station manager Caroona 1880 Memorial 52/327

KNOWLES, W draper Mallala 1876 Memorial 39/288

KNOWLES, William labourer Blanchetown 1866 Grant Book 17 Page 293 County Eyre

KNOWLING, Alfred 26 blacksmith Jamestown married Susannah HAIMES 23 spinster domestic Watt's Range on 2/4/1888 St Joseph's RC Church Willunga. Minister: William PENDERGAST. Witnesses: Wallace E KNOWLING blacksmith Adelaide and Bridget Mary Sexton domestic Caltowie Application 22277

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KNOWLING, Alfred Ernest cordial manufacterer Adelaide and Susannah Bridget Knowling his wife 1892 Application 22277

KNOWLING, Alfred Ernest engineer Hampstead and Gwendoline Knowling hotelkeeper Hampstead Hotel Hampstead 1909 Memorial 155/461

No 1

KNOWLING, Edward and Walter Frederick storekeepers Tothill Creek Hundred of English land grant 1868[-1870] Grant Book 17 Page 164 County Eyre

KNOWLING, E postmaster Tothill Creek 1892 Memorial 230/413

KNOWLING, Edward storekeeper Tothill Creek 1903 Memorial 78/451

KNOWLING, Edward farmer Tothill Creek Co Light. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1909 Grant Book 8 Page 66 County Burra

KNOWLING, Kingsley Edward Tempest electrical engineer Payneham and Gwendoline Knowling his wife 1917 Application 26577

KNOWLING, Walter Frederick and KNOWLING, Edwin storekeepers Tothill Creek 1871 Application 11806

KNOWLING, William Horsburgh Twiggs farmer Tothill Creek 1921 Memorial 197/483

KNOX, Alexander Esquire Glenelg 1853 Memorial 340/50

KNOX, Edith Charlotte widow Clifton near Burnside 1908[-1919] Memorial 233/45

KNOX, Harloe John gentleman Burnside 1928 Memorial 50/500

KNOX, Ida Violet widow Kapunda 1913 Application 26217

No 1

KNOX, James mariner Pt Adelaide 1851 Memorial 406/29

KNOX, James [formerly mariner but now] waterman Pt Adelaide and Ellen Knox his wife 1865 Memorial 74/292

KNOX, James waterman Hare St, Pt Adelaide, died 23/10/1874, of enlargement of the liver, aged 50. His widow, Ellen Knox, remarried to John WOOD storekeeper Pt Adelaide and was again a widow by 1878. John Spencer KNOX compositor Sturt St, Adelaide, was a nephew to James Knox Application 17109

KNOX, John farmer Adelaide 1839, He took out a land grant on Country Section 11 District B on 29/8/1839 for £80, which he sold again on 31/8/1839 for £130 to Alexander Blucher LODWICK and Edward Lodwick Esquires Adelaide Application 27209

No 1

KNOX, John Alexander farmer Narridy Hundred of Willochra land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 543 County Frome

KNOX, John Alexander farmer Bruce trustee unnamed Public Cemetery Hundred of Willochra land grant 1887 Grant Book 24 Page 549 County Frome

No 1

KNOX, John Rice Coningham gentleman Glenelg 1854 Memorial 38/67

KNOX, John Rice Coningham Esquire Hindmarsh Valley 1887 Application 21139

KNOX, John Rice Coningham of Hindmarsh Valley Hundred of Encounter Bay land grant 1888 Grant Book 36 Page 89 County Hindmarsh

KNOX, John Rice Coningham of Burnside 1897 Memorial 112/436

No 1 - the Elder

KNOX, Nathaniel Alexander Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now of North Adelaide 1854 Memorial 320/62

KNOX, Nathaniel Alexander the Elder Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now absent therefrom linked with NA Knox the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1866 Memorial 237/217

KNOX, Nathaniel Alexander the Elder Esquire formerly of Glenelg but now of Portrush near Coleraine, Ireland, linked with NA Knox the Younger gentleman Adelaide 1870 Memorial 30/246

No 2 - the Younger

KNOX, Nathaniel Alexander the Younger articled clerk in the office of Messrs Gwynne and Lawrence solicitors King William St, Adelaide 1857 Application 7692

KNOX, GWYNNE & HARGRAVE solicitors Adelaide (Windsor Chambers, Victoria Square) 1882 Application 19389

KNOX, William commonly known as SIMMS, William gingerbeer brewer Adelaide 1849[-1852] Joseph LADD took over his business in 1852 Memorials 200/16, 47/48

KNUCKEY, Albert Ernest the Younger contractor Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

KNUCKEY, Edwin James farmer Woodside 1924 Application 27245

No 1

KNUCKEY, Hugh miner Second Creek 1850 Memorial 98/24

KNUCKEY, Hugh miner Second Creek. Hundred of Adelaide land grant 1850 Grant Book 1 Page 20 County Adelaide

KNUCKEY, Hugh farmer Magill 1860 Memorial 220/162

KNUCKEY, Hugh farmer Greenhill and Mary Knuckey his wife 1860 Memorial 217/170

KNUCKEY, Hugh farmer Burnside and Mary Knuckey his wife 1867 Memorial 78/222, Application 9497

KNUCKEY, Hugh labourer Green Hill 1869 Memorial 209/236

KNUCKEY, Hugh farmer Burnside 1877 Memorial 19/297

KNUCKEY, Hugh gentleman Norwood, died 1/5/1882 intestate. Husband of Mary Knuckey. Father of Hugh Knuckey lineman Adelaide, Mary HARRIS wife of Michael Harris farmer Tickera, Esther JOHNS widow North Adelaide, Eliza FRY wife of Charles Fry clerk College Park Memorial 19/430

KNUCKEY, Hugh the Elder gentleman Elizabeth St, Norwood, died 4/5/1882 intestate, his estate worth £1,600. His widow, Mary Knuckey, died 27/9/1896, of senile decay and bronchitis, aged 77. They left four surviving children - Hugh Knuckey the Younger SA Government lineman St Peters, Mary HARRIS wife of Michael Harris farmer Tickera, Esther JOHNS widow North Adelaide and Eliza FRY wife of Charles Fry clerk Norwood 1896 Application 23253

KNUCKEY, John Thomas Walkerville. Walkerville Methodist Church trustee 1912 Memorial 137/466

KNUCKEY, Nicholas miner Kapunda 1861 Memorial 145/178

No 1

KNUCKEY, Richard miner Allen Creek near the Kapunda Mine 1849 Memorial 394/24 Formerly of Allen Creek 1851 Memorial 227/32 Miner Redruth 1851 Memorial 474/32

KNUCKEY, Richard miner Kooringa 1851 Memorial 248/34

KNUCKEY, Richard farmer Ross Creek near Kapunda 1856[-1864] Memorials 252/104 & 339/194

KNUCKEY, Richard farmer Kapunda Hundred of Kapunda land grant 1858 Grant Book 44 Page 135 County Light

KNUCKEY, Richard farmer Kapunda 1864 Application 4917

KNUCKEY, Richard the Elder miner Kapunda, died 10/1/1869. Estate in trust to his wife, Jane Knuckey, for life, then equally absolutely in remainder expectant to; Richard KNUCKEY the Younger Government surveyor Pt Wakefield, Annie HITCHENS (she to get the Kapunda house in addition) living with the Knuckeys, and her brother, John Henry HITCHENS. Estate worth £1,000 Enrolment 71/49

KNUCKEY, Richard Randall [the Younger] inspector of postal and telegraph services Jetty Road, Glenelg 1885 Memorial 211/363

No 1

KNUCKEY, Thomas mason Tea Tree Gully 1857[-1862] Memorial 147/127

KNUCKEY, Thomas labourer Steventon 1863 Application 4675

KNUCKEY, William miner Bimbowrie 1888 Memorial 91/392

KNUSCHKE, Johann Christian farmer Langmeil Co Light 1846 Memorial 451/6

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KOCH, Adolph cabinetmaker Cox Creek 1851 Memorial 122/35

KOCH, Adolph farmer near Lobethal 1857 Memorial 159/128

KOCH, Adolph farmer Woodside 1859 Application 582

KOCH, Adolph farmer Woodside 1862 Memorial 278/183

No 1

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

KOCH, Albert farmer Clinton, died 24/11/1888. Estate worth £900. Husband of Mathida Helene Minna Koch nee FINCK. Father of John Oscar Koch and Adelaide Dorothea Koch. Executors; John Koch farmer Cunningham and Christian Theodor Finck miller Greenock Memorial 22/396

KOCH, Albert Hermann labourer Paskeville. Hundred of Wallaroo land grant 1905 Grant Book 14 Page 97 County Daly

KOCH, Arthur Alfred oout of business Kensington 1924 Application 27232

KOCH, Archibald John Albert farmer Lameroo trustee Lameroo Institute 1909[-1927] Grant Book 12 Page 38 County Chandos

No 1

KOCH, Arthur Arnold farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 122 County Chandos

KOCH, Arthur Arnold farmer Lameroo trustee Presbyterian Church Dingo Bore 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

KOCH, Arthur Arnold farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Cotton land grant 1913 Grant Book 12 Page 126 County Chandos

No 1

KOCH, August builder Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 94/122

KOCH, August carpenter Nuriootpa 1866 Application 7154

KOCH, Carl Adolph farmer Mannum 1882 Memorial 77/359

No 1

KOCH, Carl Wilhelm Heinrich formerly farmer but now publican General Bolivar Hotel Burton 1901[-1902] Memorial 222/442

KOCH, Carl Wilhelm Heinrich dealer Freeling Co Gawler. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1910 Grant Book 12 Page 97 County Chandos

KOCH, Charles Errol farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936 Grant Book 12 Page 17 County Chandos

KOCH, Edith Harriett formerly GEORGE married woman Solomontown 1894, inherited real estate under the will of Mary Ann STOKES widow Ross Creek near Kapunda Application 22635

No 1 - likely mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KOCH, Friedrich farmer Section 2702 Wiltshire Special Survey 1844 Memorial 427/33

KOCH, Friedrich and Wilhelm farmers Rowlands Flat 1852 Memorial 342/43

KOCH, Friedrich the Elder farmer Rowlands Flat 1854[-1865] Memorial 394/71

KOCH, Friedrich Hermann farmer Kilkerran trustee St Paul's Lutheran Church South Kilkerran 1910 Memorial 206/463

KOCH, Heinrich Benjamin farmer Gawler South and Esther Louise Koch his wife 1921 Memorial 147/483

KOCH, Heinrich Georg farmer Taplan. St John's Lutheran Church Taplan trustee 1929 Memorial 21/501

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

No 1

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich carpenter Hindmarsh 1847 Memorial 417/7 Licensed victualler Hope Valley 1849 Memorial 133/17

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich the Younger farmer Hope Valley 1854 Hundred of Nuriootpa land grant Memorial 36/88

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich the Younger formerly farmer 1854 now licensed victualler Hope Valley 1869 Application 9871

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich sometimes called Fritz Koch licensed victualler Highbury near Hope Valley 1873 Application 12921

No 2

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich farmer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

KOCH, Hermann Friedrich farmer Paskeville Co Daly. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1911 Grant Book 12 Page 48 County Chandos

No 1

KOCH, Hugo Walter farmer Lyndoch 1927 Memorial 89/498

KOCH, Hugo Walter farmer Lyndoch 1948 Application 28603

No 1

KOCH, Johann publican Hope Valley 1851 Memorial 212/38

KOCH, Johann farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 329/75

KOCH, Johann farmer Sheaoak Log Hundred of Grace land grant 1864[-1867] Grant Book 27 Page 9 County Gawler

KOCH, Johann farmer near Daveyston, died 9/11/1873, of lung inflammation, aged 41 years 9 months Application 21031

No 2

KOCH, Johann farmer Moculta 1896 Application 23220

No 1 - commonly known as Friedrich Koch the Younger

KOCH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (more commonly known as Friedrich Koch the Younger) farmer Rowlands Flat 1858 Memorial 237/142

KOCH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (known as Friedrich Koch the Younger in the will of the late August Ernst WARNEST farmer Angas Park) farmer Rowlands Flat 1869 Application 10247

KOCH, Johann Friedrch Wilhelm farmer Rowlands Flat Hundred of Tiparra land grant 1882 Grant Book 14 Page 419 County Daly

KOCH, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Rowlands Flat Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1882 Grant Book 19 Page 169 County Fergusson

KOCH, Wilhelm farmer Kilkerran Hundred of Kilkerran land grant 1895 Grant Book 19 Page 173 County Fergusson

No 1

KOCH, Johann Heinrich of St Kitts near Stockwell Hundred of Yongala land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 193 County Dalhousie

KOCH, Johann Heinrich farmer Petersburg 1888 Memorial 245/390

KOCH, Johann Heinrich farmer Peterborough. Trustee St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church Peterborough1921 Memorial 126/483

KOCH, John farmer Walkerville Co Adelaide. Hundred of Pinnaroo land grant 1909 Grant Book 12 Page 45 County Chandos

KOCH, John Leonard farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1936[-1938] Grant Book 12 Page 17 County Chandos

KOCH, Leslie Laurel farm labourer Kadina. Hundred of Kadina land grant 1912 Grant Book 14 Page 256 County Daly

KOCH, Ralph Bernhard farmer Lameroo. Hundred of Bews land grant 1928 Grant Book 12 Page 15 County Chandos

No 1

KOCH, Traugott Wilhelm farmer Rowlands Flat 1879 Memorial 144/318

KOCH, Traugott Wilhelm farmer formerly of Rowlands Flat, but now of Rosenthal 1892 Application 22343

No 1

KOCH, Wilhelm farmer Wiltshire Special Survey 1848 Memorial 18/22

KOCH, Wilhelm farmer Co Light 1849. Of Lyndoch Valley 1851 Memorial 144/31

KOEHLER/KOHLER/KÖHLER, George Carl Wilhelm optician and scientific instrument maker Adelaide 1898[-1920] Memorial 203/436

No 1

KOEHLER/KOHLER/KÖHLER, August Friedrich Wilhelm and Wilhelm Hermann gardeners Unley 1853[-1856] Memorial 194/58

KOEHLER/KOHLER/KÖHLER, August Friedrich Wilhelm and Wilhelm Hermann gardeners formerly of Unley but now of Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 311/181

KOEHLER/KOHLER/KÖHLER, August Friedrich Wilhelm butcher Penola 1873 Memorial 85/270

KOEHNA, Otto storekeeper Adelaide 1876 Grant Book 13 Page 11 County Dalhousie

No 1

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Heinrich farmer Section 554 Hurtle Vale and Adelheid Koehne his wife 1854 Memorial 223/289

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Adelheid widow Morphett Vale relict of the late Johann Heinrich Conrad Wilhelm Koehne 1876 Memorial 129/291

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Adelheid widow Morphett 8/3/1878. She left her entire estate in trust with Thomas Bell KELLY no description for a certain Friedrich BRESSER otherwise known as Friedrich Koehne, who lived with the testator, to inherit absolutely when he turned 21. By 8/8/1886, when he turned 21, Christian Friedrich Bresser was a labourer at Bordertown Memorials 23 & 25/379

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Johann Heinrich Friedrich August cordwainer Rosenthal 1884 Application 20198

No 1

KOEHNE, Ludwig labourer O'Halloran Hill 1855 Memorial460/82

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Ludwig farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill but now of Rosenthal 1858[-1860] linked with Johann Heinrich Friedrich August Koehne cordwainer Rosenthal Memorial 47/134

KOEHNE/KOHNE/KÖHNE, Ludwig farmer formerly of O'Halloran Hill now of Rosenthal 1863 Application 4106

No 1

KOEN, Edward labourer Glenelg 1861[-1878] Memorial 150/173

KOEN, Edward carter St Leonards, died 6/1/1882. He left his estate to his three daughters, Annie, Mary and Margaret Koen. Mary Koen died 22/12/1884. By 1885, Annie Koen had married Patrick MCMANUS labourer St Leonards. Margaret Koen spinster still lived at St Leonards Memorials 177 & 178/385

Koen, Edward carter St Leonards, died 6/1/1882. Estate worth £50. Daughters in 1890 Annie, wife of Patrick McManus labourer St Leonards and Margaret KOEN spinster St Leonards. Another daughter called Mary Koen alive in 1882 - no details available about her in 1890 Application 21856

KOENNECKE/KONNECKE/KÖNNECKE, Hermann farmer near Greenock Hundred of Melville land grant 1876[-1880] Grant Book 19 Page 76 County Fergusson

No 1

KOENCKE/KONCKE/KÖNCKE, Johann Diedrich gentleman Adelaide 1854 Memorial 163/78

KOENCKE/KONCKE/KÖNCKE, Johann Diedrich land agent Adelaide 1857[-1865] Memorial 161/120

KOENCKE/KONCKE/KÖNCKE, Johann Diederich land agent Adelaide (Grenfell St) 1859 Memorial 199/148

No 1

KOENKE/KOHNKE/KÖHNKE, Otto labourer Cournamont 1882[-1884] Memorial 71/342

KOENKE/KOHNKE/KÖHNKE, Otto farmer Hundred of Ridley 1887 Memorial 235/381

KOENIG, Johann Heinrich farmer near Tanunda 1859[-1860] Memorial 149/150

KOENNECKE, AH farmer Strathalbyn 1926 Memorial 128/495

No 1

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Johann Ernst Heinrich gentleman Gilberton 1850 Memorial 115/22

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Johann Ernst Heinrich publican Hamburgh Hotel, Adelaide 1854 Memorial 326/65

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Heinrich grocer Adelaide 1859[-1860] Memorial 22/156, Application 2857

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Johann Ernst Heinrich landlord The Grapes Inn Murray St, Gawler 1861 Memorial 264/178

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Johann Ernst Heinrich licensed victualler Gawler 1860 Memorial 167/165

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Johann Ernst Heinrich licensed victualler formerly of the Commercial Hotel Gawler but now of Adelaide 1865 Application 6579

KOEPKE/KOPKE/KÖPKE, Ludwig Hermann gentleman formerly of Adelaide 1856 but then of Ballarat Vic 1866 Application 7827

No 1

KOEPPEN/KÖPPEN, Hermann Theodor mason Adelaide 1852[-1853] Memorial 291/42 Bricklayer Adelaide 1854 Memorial 375/66

KOEPPEN/KOPPEN/KÖPPEN, Hermann Theodor builder Adelaide 1855 Memorial 431/91

KOEPPEN/KOPPEN/KÖPPEN, Hermann Theodor bricklayer Adelaide 1866 Memorial 37/209

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Carl shoemaker Walkerville 1849 Memorial 111/22

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Carl shoemaker Adelaide (Rundle St) 1860 Memorial 117/167

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Johann Carl Joseph shoemaker Stepney St, Stepney 1875 Application 14084

No 1 - the Elder and the Younger

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Johann Heinrich shoemaker Walkerville 1848[-1851] Memorial 346/12

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich shoemaker Sheaoak Log 1854 Memorial 284/64

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich the Elder shoemaker Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich the Younger shoemaker Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich the Elder shoemaker formerly of Sheaoak Log but then of Grünthal linked with Heinrich Körber the Younger shoemaker Grünthal 1864 Memorial 281/197

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich the Younger shoemaker Grünthal 1876 Memorial 40/299

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich the Elder shoemaker Grünthal and KÖRBER, Heinrich the Younger shoemaker Grünthal 1892 Application 22283

KOERBER/KORBER/KÖRBER, Heinrich formerly of Sheaoak Log but then gardener Grünthal 1904 Application 24872

No 1

KOERNER/KORNER/KÖRNER, Friedrich cabinetmaker Norwood 1863 Memorial 171/191

KOERNER/KORNER/KÖRNER, Friedrich cabinetmaker formerly of Norwood 1863 but now of Kent Town 1864 Application 4813

No 1

KOERNER, Heinrich labourer Mt Gambier 1865 Memorial 189/201

No 2

KOERNER, Heinrich bootmaker Clare 1872 Memorial 28/260

No 1

KOESTER, Franz farmer Klemzig 1853[-1855] Memorial 93/56

KOESTER/KOSTER/KÖSTER, Franz farmer Windsor 1857[-1860] Memorial 330/121

No 1 - probably the same person

KOESTER/KOSTER/KÖSTER, Philipp storekeeper Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850[-1853] Memorial 151/26

KOESTER/KOSTER/KÖSTER, George Philipp clerk Adelaide 1851[-1855] Memorial 465/37

No 1

KOHFAHL, Heinrich farmer Sturt River1847[-1854] Memorial 211/64 Farmer South Road 1854 Memorial 357/61

KOHFAHL, Johann Heinrich Benedictus farmer near Tanunda 1855 Memorial 467/81

KOHFAHL, Johann Heinrich Benedictus farmer now or formerly residing at Tanunda 1855 Memorial 225/222

No 1

KOHLHAGEN, Johann Heinrich farmer Rowlands Flat 1881 Memorial 238/332

KOHLHAGEN, Johann Heinrich farmer near Daveyston 1885 Application 20645

KOHLY [likely a misspelling], Marie Louise spinster Government House, Adelaide 1870 Memorial 40/244

No 1

KOITHAN, Johann Heinrich farmer Hope Valley 1849 Memorial 409/18

KOITHAN, Johann Heinrich farmer [formerly of Hope Valley but now of] Krondorf near Tanunda 1853[-1874] Memorial 263/49

KOITHAN, Johann Heinrich of pt Section 648 Hundred of Moorooroo 1855 Memorial 459/93

KOKEGEI, Friedrich farmer Duck Ponds near Angaston Hundred of Anna land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 138 County Eyre

KOLB, Anton tailor Adelaide (1 Onslow Buildings Pirie St) 1881 Memorial 185/337

KOLB, Hermann Aloysius no description changed his name to Harry MANNERS 1925 Memorial 146/493

No 1

KOLL, Gottfried farmer Brownhill Creek 1849[-1856] Memorial 133/15

KOLL, Gottfried publican Rose Hill 1860 Memorial 36/161

KOLL, Gottfried farmer Belair linked with EJ Koll of Belair 1864 Memorial 16/193

KOLL, Gottfried storekeeper Belair 1864 Application 4885

No 1

KOLLOSCHE, Christian farmer Klemzig 1864. He bought pt Section 3077 Hundred of Barossa near Gawler Application 4871

KOLLOSCHE, Christian farmer near Gawler Hundred of Melville land grant 1878 Grant Book 19 Page 81 County Fergusson

KOLLOSCHE, Christian farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1897 Grant Book 19 Page 149 County Fergusson

No 1

KOLWES, Franz Heinrich Carl farmer Adelaide 1846 Memorial 244/7

KOLWES, Franz Heinrich Carl farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Hope Valley 1869 Memorial 30/239

KOLWES, Carl farmer Hope Valley 1858[-1882] Memorial 206/136

KOMARO, Jose bricklayer Adelaide (Elizabeth St) 1851 Memorial 319/37

KONOPKA, Frank labourer Sevenhill and Franciska Konopka his wife 1892 Memorial 129/469

KONOPKA, Leon farmer Hill River 1882 Application 19078

KONOPKA, James hotelkeeper Yatina trustee Yatina Hall committee 1922 Grant Book 13 Page 8 County Dalhousie

KONZAG, Friedrich August farmer Mudla Wirra 1871 Memorial 144/258

KOOK, Hermann proprietor Tanunda 1849 Memorial 25/17 surveyor Tanunda 1850 Memorial 204/22

KOOL, N quarryman Tea Tree Gully 1881 Memorial 221/332

KOOP, Albert of Mt Pleasant 1879 Memorial 39/316

No 1

KOOP, Friedrich farmer Gilles Plains 1858 Memorial 37/145

KOOP, Friedrich Ferdinand farmer [formerly of Gilles Plains but now of] Mt Gambier, died 1867. He left his entire estate to his wife, Johanne Caroline Koop until the children - Caroline Friedericke Koop and Friedrich Paul Koop - come of age. If Mrs Koop had remarried, the children to inherit the estate in equal shares, but if she remained a widow, the estate to be divided equally in three parts. Peter Koop mentioned but not described Memorial 80/221

KOOP, Heinrich August farmer Yorketown. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Yorketown trustee 1921 Memorial 23/483

KOOP, Joachim and Wilhelm farmers South Rhine 1866 Memorial 96/210

KOOP, Levi Ludwig farmer Sandleton 1897 Memorial 167/431

No 1

KOOP, Ludwig wheelwright Hope Valley 1853 Memorial 18/52

KOOP, Ludwig wheelwright Modbury 1865 Memorial 37/202

KOOP, Ludwig wheelwright Modbury 1871 Application 11746

KOOP, Ludwig Ferdinand August formerly wheelwright Modbury but then farmer Yorketown, died 8/9/1882. He left his entire £1,540 estate in trust for the benefit of his wife, Maria Koop, while she remained a widow, then to the trustees to settle according to the terms of the will Memorial 103/344

KOOP, Peter farmer Mt Gambier 1864 Memorial 265/193

No 1 – Wilhelm Carl Koop

KOOP, Wilhelm farmer South Rhine Hundred of Moorowie land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 33 County Fergusson

KOOP, Wilhelm Carl farmer Dalrymple Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 141 County Fergusson

No 1

KOORTS, Zacharias carpenter Adelaide (Flinders St) 1850[- 1857] Memorial 442/26

KOORTS, Zacharias formerly carpenter 1850 but now cabinetmaker Adelaide (Flinders St) 1863 Application 3999

KOPPERS, Charles labourer Middleton 1923 Memorial 107/488

KOPPERS, Rose widow Grote St, Adelaide 1927 Memorial 136/498

KORFF, AJ of Grote St, Adelaide 1873[-1879] Memorial 87/443

KORFF, Doris spinster formerly of Gawler but now of Aldgate 1923 Memorial 188/488

No 1

KORFF, Johann of Tanunda 1849 Memorial 429/17 Tinsmith Tanunda 1850 Memorial 203/22

KORFF, Johann publican formerly of Tanunda but now of Gawler 1853 Memorial 156/62

KORFF, Johann publican Gawler 1852[-1853] Memorial 315/43

KORFF, Johann licensed victualler Gawler Arms Gawler 1855 Memorial 374/89

KORFF, Johann gentleman formerly of Gawler but now of near Gawler 1858 Memorial 342/141

KORFF, Johann formerly of Gawler but now of the Cape of Good Hope 1860 Memorial 78/208

KORFF, Johann John gentleman Lyndoch Road near Gawler and Agnes Wilhelmine Maria Korff his wife 1875 Memorial 163/287

KORFF, Johann formerly licensed victualler 1856 later farmer Gawler, died 18/1/1876. He left his estate to his wife, Agnes Wilhelmine Maria Korff Application 23260

KORFF, Agnes Wilhelmine Maria widow near Gawler 1891 relict of the late Johann Korff gentleman near Gawler, who died 18/1/1876 Memorial 225/409

No 1

KORFF, Rudolph storekeeper Adelaide 1855 Memorial 89/93

KORFF, Rudolph storekeeper [probably of Gawler], became a bankrupt in 1856 Memorial 248/117

KORN, Friedrich architect Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Monarto land grant 1868 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

KORNER, Heinrich farmer Tantanoola Hundred of Hindmarsh land grant 1900 Grant Book 30 Page 206 County Grey

No 1

KORNETZKY, Karl Gottlob Gustav farmer Bethel 1866 Memorial 137/216

KORNETZKY, Carl Gottlob Gustav farmer near Kapunda. Hundred of Whyte land grant 1883 Grant Book 60 Page 56 County Victoria

KORNHARDT, Carl farmer Tanunda 1850 Memorial 57/27

No 1

KORNHARDT, Friedrich butcher Tanunda 1850[-1855] Memorial 199/22

KORNHARDT, Friedrich farmer Tanunda 1852 Memorial 268/39

KORSWELL, William labourer Norwood 1853 Memorial 321/50

No 1

KORTEN, Wilhelm storekeeper Tanunda 1855 Memorial 410/87

KORTEN, Wilhelm land agent Tanunda 1857 Memorial 88/116

No 1

KOSCHADE, Herbert storekeeper Callington Co Sturt. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 78 County Chandos

KOSCHADE, Herbert postmaster Callington 1911 Memorial 91/464

KOSCHADE, Herbert retired postmaster Callington, died 11/4/1951 Swan Reach. Husband of Elsie Emily Koschade. Father of Betty and Ruth Koschade Memorial 49/527

KOSCHADE, Elsie Emily widow Callington 1953, relict of the late Harbert Koschade postmaster Callington, who died 11/4/1951 Application 28944

KOSCHITZKY, Johann Wilhelm labourer near Lyndoch 1861 Memorial 87/172

KOSSATZ, George farmer near Edithburgh Hundred of Melville land grant 1881 Grant Book 19 Page 85 County Fergusson

No 1

KOSSATZ, Matthes farmer near Robe Hundred of Waterhouse land grant 1881 Grant Book 50 Page 26 County Robe

KOSSATZ, Martin farmer Robe S-E 1925 Memorial 194/492

No 1

KOSTERA, Paul farmer Hill River 1885 Memorial 204/367

KOSTERA, Paul farmer Blyth 1897 Memorial 64/430

KOTH, Joachim farmer near Tarlee 1874 Application 13824

KOTH, Johann Christian farmer Yorketown Hundred of Koolywurtie land grant 1894[-1902] Grant Book 19 Page 315 County Fergusson

No 1 – likely the same person

KOTZ, Behnret [perhaps Bernhard?] farmer Emu Flat [near Kapunda] Co Light. Hundred of Bright land grant 1882 Grant Book 9 Page 46 County Burra

KOTZ, Behnret of Robertstown 1888 Memorial 65/395

KOTZ, Bernhard farmer Robertstown Co Eyre. Hundred of Bright land grant 1911 Grant Book 9 Page 49 County Burra

KOTZ, Bernhard farmer Hundred of Bright. Hundred of Bright land grant 1912 Grant Book 9 Page 50 County Burra

KOTZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Emu Downs. Hundred of Apoinga land grant 1908[-1910] Grant Book 8 Page 65 County Burra

No 1

KOTZ, Gustav farmer Friedrichswalde Co Light. Hundred of Tarcowie land grant 1880[-1884] Grant Book 13 Page 46 County Dalhousie

KOTZ, Gustav farmer Tarcowie 1882 Memorial 193/339

No 1

KOUGH, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Memorial 161/201

KOUGH, Patrick farmer Peachey Belt 1865 Application 5982

KOUGH, Patrick farmer Virginia, died 11/1/1872 intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Mary Kough, to settle the £230 estate Memorial 179/340

KOWALD, Carl August farmer Caloote, died 1891. Husband of Johanne Helene Kowald Memorial 214/410

No 1

KOWALD, Eduard Hermann farmer near Mannum Hundred of Finniss land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

KOWALD, Hermann Eduard farmer Hundred of Finniss trustee unnanmed Lutheran Church Hundred of Finniss Hundred of Finniss land grant 1886 Grant Book 58 Page 43 County Sturt

No 1 - mixture of the Elder and the Younger

KOWALD, Friedrich [probably the Elder] farmer The Western Ranges near Woodside 1853[-1854] Memorial 261/59

KOWALD, Friedrich farmer formerly of near Woodside but now of near Blumberg 1864 Application 5470

KOWALD, Friedrich the Elder farmer Mannum and Friedrich Kowald the Younger farmer Caloote 1888 Memorial 38/391

KOWALD, Johanne Helene widow Caloote 1889 Application 21624

KOWALD, Johanne Helene widow Blumberg, died 9/8/1900 intestate. Estate worth £1,030. Mother of Adolph Gotthold Kowald farmer Blumberg. Carl August Kowald farmer Caloote belonged to this family Memorials 80 & 81/441

KOWALD, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Caloote Hundred of Finniss land grant 1897 Grant Book 58 Page 46 County Sturt

KOWALD, Johann Christoph farmer near Blumberg 1864 Application 5470

No 1

KOZLOWSKI, Carl bootmaker Sevenhill 1876[-1902] Memorial 7/294

KOZLOWSKI, Carl bootmaker Sevenhill, died 24/9/1905. Husband of Michelina Kozlowski. Elizabeth Kozlowski one of the children Memorial 77/454

KOZLOWSKI, Peter Henry labourer Sevenhill 1971, declared he had lived in the area for 40 years. His parents were Louis Alfred Kozlowski (died 12/9/1957) and Rose Catherine Kozlowski Application 29774

KRAEHE/KRAHE/KRÄHE, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer and vinegrower near Greenock 1893 Application 22477

KRAFT, Ferdinand Benjamin blacksmith Tanunda 1862 Application 2829

No 1

KRAFT, Friedrich of Angas Park 1856 Memorial 211/109

KRAFT, Friedrich farmer near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 46/150

KRAIRL, Abel farmer Wilmington linked with George Krairl farmer Hundred of Pinda 1885 Memorial 222/371

KRAMER, Heinrich farmer Sheaoak Log 1856 Memorial 103/111

No 1

KRAMER, Hermann of Tabor near Lobethal and Johanne Augustine Kramer nee BOHN parents of Karoline and Maria Kramer 1854 Memorial 188/300

KRAMER, Hermann farmer District of Adelaide, died 19/1/1854 of consumption, aged 28. He left a widow, Johanne Augustine Kramer, and two daughters - Karoline Kramer (wife of August STENGER of Sedan 1877) and Maria Kramer (spinster North Rhine 1877). The widow, Johanne Augustine Kramer, remarried to Julius STREMPEL teacher North Rhine Application 16048

No 1

KRAMER, Johann Caspar bookbinder Adelaide (Grenfell St) Will 22/8/1854 His whole estate to his wife, Henriette Kramer Application 33685

KRAMER, Johann Caspar bookbinder Tanunda 1855 Memorial 429/90

KRAMER, Henriette widow Tanunda relict of the late Johann Caspar Kramer now deceased 1860 Memorial 191/166

No 1

KRAMER, Ludwig labourer Adelaide and Luise Kramer his wife 1846 Memorial 3/7 Labourer Kensington 1846 Memorial 900/8. Farmer Co Adelaide 1847 Memorial 29/10 He bought land grant Section 5140 Hundred of Onkaparinga 45 acres for £45/1/-. By 1850 farmer Lobethal Memorial 225/23 He sold Section 5134 to Samuel NOSKE farmer Lobethal.

KRAMER, Ludwig farmer formerly of Kensington but now of near Lobethal 1852 Memorial 373/40

No 1 – Carl Eduard Kramm

KRAMM, Eduard weaver Hahndorf bought Allotments 4, 8, 9, 17, 23 in Section 3816 Hundreds of Noarlunga and Onkaparinga on 2/9/1875 for £200 from Johann Friedrich MOSEL farmer Grünthal. [Was this the site of Kramm's woollen factory at Grünthal??]

Application 15003

KRAMM, Carl Eduard labourer and yeoman Hahndorf 1858[-1875] Application 98, Memorial 233/129

KRAMM, Carl Eduard formerly labourer and yeoman Hahndorf but then engineer Grünthal 1876 Application 15620

KRAMM, Alwine widow Hahndorf 1878 Application 16749

KRAMM, Johann Heinrich labourer near Hahndorf. Trustee St Paul Lutheran Church Hahndorf 1926 Application 28657

No 1

KRANEWITTER, Aloysius Roman Catholic priest Clare 1853 Memorial 134/63

KRANEWITTER, Aloysius Minister of the Gospel Kapunda 1855 Memorial 1/120

No 1

KRANEWITTER, Anton publican Sevenhills near Clare 1863 Memorial 262/190

KRANEWITTER, Anthony licensed victualler Sevenhill Hundred of Clare land grant 1864[-1865] Grant Book 56 Page 37 County Stanley

KRANEWITTER, Anthony farmer near Clare Hundred of Clare land grant 1861 Grant Book 56 Page 38 County Stanley

No 1

KRANEWITTER, Sebastian farmer Jamestown. Hundred of Belalie land grant 1873 Grant Book 60 Page 109 County Victoria

KRANEWITTER, Sebastian farmer Jamestown 1880 Memorial 14/322

KRANEWITTER, Sebastian farmer Jamestown Co Victoria. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1880 Grant Book 13 Page 107 County Dalhousie

KRANTZ, George farmer Springton. Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

KRANTZ, Hirsch merchant Adelaide 1923 Memorial 96/488

No 1

KRANTZ, Martin farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1885 Grant Book 58 Page 182 County Sturt

KRANTZ, Martin farmer Angas Valley trustee unnamed Cemetery Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1887 Grant Book 58 Page 183 County Sturt

KRANTZ, M of Angas Valley 1898 Memorial 35/434

KRANZ, August of Hammond 1888 Memorial 27/391

No 1

KRANZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Section 117 Hundred of Nuriootpa 1851[-1856] Memorial 180/35.

KRANZ, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Gnadenfrei near Greenock 1865 Application 6179

KRANZ, Wilhelm William farmer Angas Park Hundred of Appila land grant 1881 Grant Book 24 Page 507 County Frome

No 1

KRANZ, Johann Friedrich farmer Seppeltsfield 1854 Memorial 497/72

KRANZ, Johann Friedrich vine dresser Seppeltsfield 1856 Memorial 223/103

KRAUEL, Carl Joachim Theodor carpenter Lobethal 1856[-1857] Memorial 60/111

No 1

KRAUSE, Carl Heinrich farmer near Mt Torrens Hundred of Finniss land grant 1881 Grant Book 58 Page 38 County Sturt

KRAUSE, Carl Heinrich farmer Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1899 Grant Book 58 Page 47 County Sturt

KRAUSE, Christiane widow near Sedan 1890[-1902] Memorial 15/404

No 1

KRAUSE, DK district clerk Freeling 1955 Memorial 93/530

KRAUSE, Douglas Kingsley clerk Freeling 1956, declared that he had been Clerk of the District Council of Freeling for 2 years and 9 months Application 29163

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KRAUSE, Franz farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 404/62

KRAUSE, Franz Carl August farmer Seppeltsfield near Greenock 1871[-1877] Memorial 145/253

KRAUSE, Franz August farmer Seppeltsfield 1895, son of the late Franz Carl August Krause formerly farmer Seppeltsfield but now deceased Application 22872

No 1

KRAUSE, Gottfried farmer Onkaparinga 1849 Enrolment 33/12 Farmer Lobethal late 1849 Memorial 400/19

KRAUSE, Gottfried farmer Lobethal 1852 Memorial 382/39

KRAUSE, Gottfried farmer Tanunda 1854 Memorial 115/68

KRAUSE, Gottfried farmer Neukirck 1864 Application 5678

KRAUSE, Martin farmer South Rhine 1865[-1867] Memorial 55/206

No 1

KRAUSE, Wilhelm Ernst August master mariner Le Fevre Peninsula 1880 Memorial 7/324

KRAUSE, Wilhelm Ernst August master mariner Pt Adelaide 1880. Hannah Krause his wife Applications 18129 & 18131

KRAUTZ, George farmer Springton Hundred of Bagot land grant 1880 Grant Book 17 Page 232a County Eyre

KRAUTZ, Martin of Sedan 1885 Memorial 196/366

KRAY, August Frederick Christopher merchant Adelaide 1856 Memorial 90/97

KREICHELT, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Magill 1853[-1854] Memorial 462/49

KREINER, Carl joiner The Flagstaff 1859 Memorial 172/156

KRELLE, Wilhelm farmer Mt Gambier 1862 Memorial 197/183

No 1 - perhaps the same person

KREPEL, August farmer near Mannum 1880[-1885] Memorial 34/323

KREPEL, Friedrich August farmer Murray Bridge. Holy Cross Evangelican Lutheran Church Murray Bridge trustee 1925 Memorial 48/493

KRETSCHMER, Carl farmer Stony Creek 1864 Memorial 241/194

KRETSCHMER, Diedrich carrier North Adelaide 1851[-1860] Memorial 80/29

No 1

KRETSCHMER, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Tickera 1902 Memorial 250/447

KRETSCHMER, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Tickera. Hundred of Tickera land grant 1906[-1909] Grant Book 14 Page 220 County Daly

KRETSCHMER, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Bews 1907 Memorial 34/458

KRETSCHMER, Friedrich Reinhold farmer Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1923 Grant Book 12 Page 100 County Chandos

KRETSCHMER, Gustav Leopold labourer Towitta Co Eyre. Lameroo (Hundred of Bews) township allotment land grant 1897 Grant Book 17 Page 33 County Eyre

No 1

KREUSLER, Carl Louis Ferdinand Wilhelm farmer Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1851 Memorial 244/31

KREUSLER, Carl Louis Ferdinand Wilhelm farmer formerly of SA but now of Vic 1855. Linked with Marianna Kreusler widow Hundred of Mudla Wirra Memorial 368/87

No 1

KREUSLER, George E clerk Adelaide 1887 Memorial 77/383

KREUSLER, George E agent's clerk Adelaide [probably to Carl von BERTOUCH agent Adelaide] 1890[-1891] Memorial 76/401

KREUSLER, Geo E agent's clerk Adelaide 1891 Memorial 184/423

KREUSLER, George E accountant Adelaide 1909 Memorial 44/461

No 1

KREUSLER, Marianna widow Hundred of Para Wirra 1862 Memorial 113/182

KREUSLER, Marianna widow Hundred of Mudla Wirra 1878 Memorial 223/306

KREUSLER, Marianne widow formerly of Buchsfelde near Gawler but now of Nuriootpa 1882 Memorial 118/338

KREUSLER, W storekeeper Freeling 1868 Memorial 169/231

No 1

KRICHAUFF, AT clerk Adelaide 1875 Memorial 202/280

KRICHAUFF, Alfred Theodor clerk Adelaide 1876 Memorial 120/287

KRICHAUFF, Alfred Theodor accountant Norwood Co Adelaide. Walloway (Hundred of Coomooroo) township allotment land grant 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 452 County Dalhousie

KRICHAUFF, Alfred Theodor accountant Adelaide 1885[-1891] Memorial 194/370

KRICHAUFF, A of Exchange Chambers, Pirie St, Adelaide 1894 Application 22626

KRICHAUFF, Edward William Krichauff and Frederick Charles Krichauff clerks in HM Civil Service Adelaide linked with Friedrich Eduard Heinrich Krichauff broker Adelaide 1889 Memorial 97/398

No 1

KRICHAUFF, Friedrich Eduard Heinrich Wulf gardener Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1851 Memorial 196/102 Farmer Bugle Ranges near Macclesfield 1853 Memorial 195/102 Esquire Bugle Ranges 1856 Strathalbyn & Macclesfield Land, Building and Investment Society trustee 1856 Memorial 333/102

KRICHAUFF, Friedrich Eduard Heinrich Wulf and Diedrich SCHMIDT had addresses in Gawler Place, Adelaide 1868 Memorial 13/258

No 1

KRIEBEL, Carl farmer Siegersdorf 1852 Memorial 75/45

KRIEBEL, Carl farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 413/65

KRIEBEL, Carl farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1857 Memorial 45/118

KRIEBEL, Carl farmer Gnadenfrei 1862 Application 3257

KRIEBEL, Carl Friedrich Wilhelm farm labourer Gnadenfrei had for many years been known as CFW WERNER and wished to continue using that surname 1904 Memorial 98/451

No 1

KRIEBEL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Langmeil 1850 Memorial 251/26 Light Pass 1860 Enrolment 49/41

KRIEBEL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Gnadenfrei 1853 linked with Carl Kriebel farmer Gnadenfrei Memorial 38/54

KRIEBEL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Nuriootpa 1854 Memorial 476/74

KRIEBEL, Johann Wilhelm farmer Province of SA 1882 Application 19224

No 1

KRIEG, Carl currier Nuriootpa 1860 Memorial 345/162

KRIEG, Carl farmer Nuriootpa 1864 Memorial 16/194

KRIEG, Carl tanner and currier Nuriootpa 1864 Application 5867

KRIEG, Carl tanner Nuriootpa 1875[-1889] Memorial 26/280

KRIEG, Carl currier Nuriootpa 1889 Application 21653

KRIEG, Gotthilf Ferdinand and Paul Heinrich Krieg farmers near Gawler 1903[-1913] Memorial 136/448

No 1

KRIEG, Gottlieb famer Rosenthal 1854 Memorial 260/67

KRIEG, Gottlieb farmer formerly of Rosenthal but now of the Hundred of Light 1858 Memorial 92/146

No 1

KRIEG, Johann farmer Victoria Creek Hundred of Barossa 1854 Memorial 233/71

KRIEG, Johann farmer formerly of Lyndoch but now of Portland Bay Vic Tanunda 1857 Memorial 317/118

No 1

KRIEG, Johann Christoph farmer Hoffnungsthal 1850[-1854] Memorial 315/30

KRIEG, Johann Christoph farmer Mt Gambier 1859[-1865] Memorial 200/156

KRIEG, Johann Christoph farmer Hochkirch Vic, died 16/8/1868. He left his entire estate to his wife, Anna Juliana Krieg, absolutely Memorial 63/274

KRIEG, Anna Juliane widow Hochkirch Vic 1874, relict of the late Johann Christoph Krieg formerly farmer Mt Gambier. She could not write Application 13695

KRIEG, Johann Gottfried farmer Mt Gambier, died 1874. He left his entire estate to Luise WEGE nee Krieg, Emil Krieg and Carl Krieg Memorial 22/273

KRIEG, John Charles of 56 McLaren St, Adelaide changed his name to John Charles CRAIG 1921 Memorial 44/484

KRIEG, Julius August Paul trustee St Paul's Lutheran Church South Kilkerran 1910 Memorial 206/463

No 1

KRIEGER, Edward Henry garage proprietor Port Road, Croydon 1928 Application 27731

KRIEGER, Eduard Heinrich of Port Road, Croydon 1929 Memorial 183/500

KRIEHN, Christoph farmer Blumberg 1854 Memorial 196/76

KRIEWALDT, Martin solicitor Adelaide 1936 Memorial 103/509

KRILL, William the Younger clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 159/331

KRISCHOCK, E clerk to Thomas C HOLLAND solicitor Adelaide 1894 Memorial 58/421

No 1

KROEDEL/KRODEL/KRÖDEL, Friedrich August cabinetmaker Gawler 1851[-1866] Memorial 194/30

KROEDEL, August cabinetmaker Gawler 1862 Application 2788

KROEGER, Carl Johann Joachim mason Lobethal 1923 Memorial 66/488

KROEHN, Ernst Erdmann Gustav of Rhine Creek near Mannum 1890 Memorial 241/404

No 1

KROEHN, Johann Carl Albert farmer Portee Station Blanchetown 1903 Memorial 51/449

KROEHN, Johann Carl Albert farmer Nildottie. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1912 Grant Book 3 Page 5 County Albert

KROEHN, Johann Carl Albert farmer Swan Reach. Hundred of Nildottie land grant 1915 Grant Book 3 Page 6 County Albert

KROEHN, Johann Gottlieb farmer Echunga 1857 Memorial 3/130

KROEHN, Ferdinand farmer South Rhine 1877 Memorial 190/305

No 1

KROEMER/KROMER/KRÖMER, Stephan farmer Adelaide 1850 Memorial 412/23

KROEMER/KROMER/KRÖMER, Stephan farmer [formerly of Adelaide but now of] Tanunda 1853[-1854] Memorial 234/58

KROEMER/KROMER/KRÖMER, Stephan storekeeper Tanunda Hundred of Willochra land grant 1877 Grant Book 24 Page 541 County Frome

KROEMER/KROMER/KRÖMER, Stephan tanner Tanunda 1878 Application 16871

KROENERT/KRONERT/KRÖNERT, Carl labourer Stockwell 1883 Application 19885

KROGMAN, Willy gentleman Adelaide 1896 Memorial 120/427

KROLLIG, Johann farmer Nain 1865 Memorial 198/205

KROMSKI, Viktor of Coglin Hundred of Coglin land grant 1885 Grant Book 34 Page 85 County Herbert

KRONK, Nicolaus Friedrich & ZIMMLER, Carl Theodor Friedrich chemists and druggists Adelaide (Hindley St) 1851 Memorial 1/31

KRONKE, August blacksmith Yorke Valley Hundred of Maitland land grant 1879 Grant Book 19 Page 104 County Fergusson

No 1

KRUDOP, Lüder farmer Gawler River 1854 Memorial 118/63

KRUDOP, Lüder farmer Angle Vale and Louisa Krudop his wife formerly Louisa SHUTTER 1899. They married on 27/7/1859 Memorial 55/479

KRUDOP, Louisa wife of Lüder Krudop farmer Gawler River, died 1899. She had formerly been married to Stephen SHUTTER, who had died. She left three children of her first marriage - Emily Ann LEE widow Willaston, Mary Matilda BIRKETT wife of John Birkett labourer Evanston near Gawler, and Thomas Shill Shutter labourer Salisbury. The Lüder Krudops had only one child, which died in infancy Henry Edward BRIGHT the Elder gentleman Willaston near Gawler gave the above information 1905 Application 24918

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Anna Christina widow Blumberg 1854 [-1858] Memorial 275/67

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Anna Christine widow Lobethal 1863 Application 4124

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Anna Christiana widow Lobethal 1869 Application 9894

No 1

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, August farmer Hundred of Light 1857 Memorial 13/134

No 2

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, August wheelwright Kent Town 1871[-1874] Memorial 167/256

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, August coachbuilder Kent Town 1882 Application 19504

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, August Friedrich brewer Nuriootpa 1885[-1890] Memorial 226/367

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Carl August coach builder Kent Town 1880 Memorial 44/326

No 1

KRUEGER, Carl Wilhelm shoemaker Hahndorf 1853[-1863] Memorial 345/56

KRUEGER, Anna Elisabeth widow Hahndorf. Relict of the late Carl Krueger formerly shoemaker Hahndorf but then deceased 1863. Parents of their youngest son, Wilhelm Adolph Krueger, farmer Sedan in 1907. [Anna Krueger remarried to Ferdinand Altmann in 1865] Application 21030, 25311

No 2

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Carl Wilhelm farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1859 Memorial 233/155

No 1

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Christian farmer Flaxman Valley Hundred of Dalrymple land grant 1877 Grant Book 19 Page 137 County Fergusson

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Christian farmer Yorketown trustee Show purposes Hundred of Melville land grant 1889 Grant Book 19 Page 86 County Fergusson

No 1

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Ernst farmer near Hahndorf [probably at Friedrichstadt] 1853 Memorial 243/58

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Ernst farmer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 108/66

KRÜGER, Ernst labourer Greenock Creek 1854 Memorial 109/66

KRUEGER, Ernst farmer Section 1814 Greenock Creek (68 acres) 1856 Memorial 85/98

KRUEGER/KRÜGER, Ernst Siegesmund farmer North Adelaide 1857 Memorial 10/131

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, FW miller Daveyston 1867 Memorial 131/220

No 1

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Heinrich Friedrich August storekeeper Greenock, declared 1855 that he had been born at Altenhagen, near Celle, Hannover, in 1831 Application 21470

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Heinrich Friedrich August storekeeper Greenock Creek 1855[-1859] Memorial 300/84

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Heinrich Friedrich August farmer Hundred of Kapunda 1857[-1858] Memorial 65/129

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Heinrich F August of Greenock Secretary to the Greenock Land Building and Investment Society 1859 Memorial 282/149

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, HF August miller Daveyston 1862 Memorial 124/183 Miller Angaston 1862 Memorial 61/184

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Heinrich Friedrich August agent Freeling 1869 Memorial 26/238

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, HF August storekeeper Freeling 1873 Memorial 214/269

RUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Johann Ewald Franz of Uroonda 1888 Memorial 48/392

KRUEGER/KRUGER/KRÜGER, Johann Heinrich Oswald farmer Yanyarrie 1889 Memorial 182/396

No 1

KRUESS/KRUSS/KRÜSS, Jasper carpenter Adelaide 1853 He bought pt Section 3816 Mt Barker Special Survey Memorial 314/48

KRUESS/KRUSS/KRÜSS, Jasper farmer near Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

KRUESS/KRUSS/KRÜSS, Jasper farmer Hahndorf 1868 Memorial 56/232

KRUESS/KRUSS/KRÜSS, J of Flinders St, Adelaide 1876 Memorial 40/299

KRUESS/KRUSS/KRÜSS, Jasper yeoman Adelaide 1876 Application 15345

No 1

KRULL, Ernest farmer Mt Gambier Hundred of MacDonnell land grant 1860 Grant Book 30 Page 273 County Grey

KRULL, Ernst licensed victualler Mt Gambier 1871 Application 11671

KRULL, Ernst Friedrich Johannes formerly licensed victualler but then out of business 42 Butler St, North Richmond Vic 1914, applied to have Lot 77 in Mt Gambier placed under the RPA. He had been in Mt Gambier during the 1870s. With him in Richmond lived Elisabeth Catharine Ernestine Krull spinster. In the 1930s, a Mrs ECE PHILLIPS, supposed to be EFJ Krull's daughter, lived at that address Application 26351

KRUMMEL, Carl blacksmith Mt Gambier 1882 Application 19519

No 1

KRUSCHEL, Gottfried farmer Angas Park 1851 Memorial 55/38

KRUSCHEL, Gottfried farmer Angaston mid 1852 Memorial 7/45 Farmer Light Pass late 1852[-1854] Memorial 55/45

KRUSCHEL, Gottfried and Gottfried SCHULTZ farmers Light Pass, land grant Section 183 Hundred of Moorooroo £380/10/- 20/11/1852 Enrolment 28/20

No 1

KRUSCHEL, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Light Pass 1885 Memorial 90/363

KRUSCHEL, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm and Gotthilf August Kruschel chaffcutters and farm produce merchants Light Pass near Nuriootpa 1906 Memorial 18/456

KRUSE, Christian Heinrich Ferdinand boatman Milang 1865[-1869] Memorial 138/207

KRUSE, Cordt Heinrich Friedrich Christian farmer Sheaoak Log 1857 Memorial 149/118

KRUSE, Joachim Friedrich Wilhelm gardener Payneham 1899 Application 23851

KRUSE, Mary Christine Catherina of Milang a minor under the age of 21 years 1866 Memorial 125/210

KSCHAMMER, Friedrich farmer Pt Wakefield Hundred of Inkerman land grant 1901 Grant Book 27 Page 148 County Gawler

No 1

KUBAL, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal 1862 Memorial 342/182

KUBAL, Johann Gottlieb farmer formerly of Lobethal 1862 but now of near Woodside 1867 Application 8152

No 1

KUBALE, John Augustus agent Pinnaroo. Pinnaroo (Hundred of Pinnaroo) township allotment land grant 1907 Grant Book 12 Page 75 County Chandos

KUBALE, John Augustus well borer and contractor Pinnaroo. Hundred of Parilla land grant 1908 Grant Book 12 Page 94 County Chandos

KUBALE, Johann Friedrich labourer Gilles Plains Hundred of Melville land grant 1880 Grant Book 19 Page 84 County Fergusson

No 1

KUBANK, Johann Gottlieb bricklayer near Lobethal 1862 Application 3293

KUBANK, Johann Gottlieb labourer near Rhine Villa 1890[-1898] Memorial 249/406

No 1

KUBASCH, Karl farmer Angas Park 1856 Memorial 80/100

KUBASCH, Karl farmer formerly of Angas Park 1856 but now of near Kapunda 1864 Application 4974

KUBASCH, Carl farmer Bethel 1867 Application 8782

KUBASCH, Carl farmer Bethel near Kapunda 1884 Memorial 127/358

KUBASCH, Carl farmer near Kapunda 1885[-1887] Memorial 168/368

KUBASCH, Johann farmer Linwood 1889 Memorial 214/400

No 1

KUBE, Christoph wheelwright Angas Park 1857 Memorial 264/128

KUBE, Christoph farmer Nuriootpa 1857[-1860] Memorial 291/126

No 1

KUBENK, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Sommerfeld 1884 Memorial 43/363

KUBENK, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm farmer Sommerfeldt Hundred of Finniss land grant 1900 Grant Book 58 Page 48 County Sturt

KUBENK, Johann Gottlieb farmer Lobethal Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 287 County Sturt

KUBENK, Johann Gottlob farmer Wilmington trustee unnamed Chapel Hundred of Gregory land grant 1891 Grant Book 23 Page 103 County Frome

KUCHEL, Ernst Julius Reinhold farmer Purnong. Hundred of Forster land grant 1911 Grant Book 3 Page 32 County Albert

KUCHEL, Friedrich farmer Blumberg 1858 Memorial 34/135

KUCHEL, Gottlieb farmer Kanmantoo 1881 Memorial 183/331

KUCHEL, Johann George farmer Hundred of Angas Hundred of Angas land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 181 County Sturt

No 1

KUCHEL, Johann Hermann gardener Kanmantoo 1891 Application 22024

KUCHEL, Johann Hermann gardener Kanmantoo and Mary Ann Amelia Kuchel his wife 1895 Memorial 142/425

KUCHEL, Johann Hermann gardener Kanmantoo 1902 Memorial 229/445

KUCHEL, Johann Hermann formerly gardener Kanmantoo and Mary Ann Amelia Kuchel his wife 1911 Memorial 143/464

No 1

KUCHEL, Johann Samuel farmer Monarto 1877[-1884] Memorial 222/298

KUCHEL, Samuel farmer Monarto Hundred of Monarto land grant 1879 Grant Book 58 Page 124 County Sturt

KUCHEL, Johann Samuel farmer Monarto South Hundred of Monarto land grant 1898 Grant Book 58 Page 131 County Sturt

KUECHENMEISTER/KUCHENMEISTER/KÜCHENMEISTER, Felix Hugo labourer Kooringa 1926 Memorial 6/495, Application 27493

KUECHENMEISTER/KUCHENMEISTER/KÜCHENMEISTER, Ludwig farmer near Gawler 1865 Memorial 343/207

KUECHENMEISTER/KUCHENMEISTER/KÜCHENMEISTER, Wilhelm Joachim Johann Christoph farmer Crystal Brook. Crystal Brook (Hundred of Crystal Brook) township allotment land grant 1875 Grant Book 60 Page 435 County Victoria

KUEHL/KUHL/KÜHL, Albert farmer Point Pass 1881 Memorial 87/363

KUEHL/KUHL/KÜHL, Hermann farmer near Point Pass 1885 Memorial 100/364

KUEHL/KUHL/KÜHL, Hermann Leopold licensed victualler Adelaide (Saracen's Head Carrington St) 1922 Memorial 165/486

KUEHLEN/KUHLEN, Adelaide May widow Willis St, Norwood changed her name to Adelaide May JAMES 1918 Memorial 160/477

KUEHLIAN/KUHLIAN/KÜHLIAN, Martin labourer Point Pass 1901 Grant Book 17 Page 176 County Eyre

No 1

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Albert and Martin farmers Hundred of Schomburgk 1885 Memorial 117/367

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Albert farmer Hundred of Schomburgk 1886 Memorial 79/377

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Adolph farmer Freeling 1910 Application 25783

No 1

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Friedrich Heinrich licensed victualler Little Para 1913 Memorial 2/469

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Friedrich Heinrich farmer Salisbury 1913 Memorial 5/469

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Mr publican and gardener Little Para 1922 Application 27094

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Friedrich Heinrich licensed victualler and gardener Salisbury and Ida Louise Kuhlmann his wife 1924 Memorial 102/491

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Friedrich Heinrich formerly publican Old Spot Hotel Little Para but now out of business Salisbury 1925 Memorial 15/494

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Friedrich Heinrich gardener formerly of Salisbury but now of Prospect and Ida Louise Kuhlmann his wife 1929[-1930] Memorial 4/502, Application 27791

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Ida Louisa married woman Little Para 1910 Memorial 80/463

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, G of Renmark 1907 Memorial 231/457

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Gustav George orchardist Pt Lincoln 1914 Application 26382

No 1

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Martin farmer Concordia near Gawler 1873 Application 13128

KUEHLMANN/KUHLMANN/KÜHLMANN, Martin farmer Freeling 1890 Memorial 103/406

KUEHN/KUHN/KÜHN, Friedrich of Sheaoak Log 1858 Memorial 412/147

No 1 - likely to be the same person

KUEHN/KUHN/KÜHN, Gottlieb gold digger Angaston 1852[-1853] Memorial 88/58

KUEHN/KUHN/KÜHN, Gottlieb miner Adelaide 1858 Memorial 68/160

KUEHN/KUHN/KÜHN, Gottlieb miner Adelaide, power of attorney to Christian SCHILLING land agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 10/3/1858 Deposit 394/1859

KUEHN/KUHN/KÜHN, Ludwig farmer near Palmer Hundred of Finniss land grant 1880 Grant Book 58 Page 37 County Sturt

No 1

KUEHNE/KUHNE/KÜHNE, Ernst Christian Ludolph farmer Adelaide 1851[-1858] Memorial 382/31

KUEHNE/KUHNE/KÜHNE, Ernst Christian Ludolph farmer formerly of Adelaide but now of Gawler River 1860 Memorial 320/162

KUEHNE/KUHNE/KÜHNE, Ernst Christian Ludolph farmer formerly of Adelaide 1850 but now of Gawler River 1872 Application 11884

KUEHNE/KUHNE/KÜHNE, Friedrich Carl August storekeeper Roseworthy 1919 Memorial 11/479

KUENZEL/KUNZEL/KÜNZEL, Friedrich Ferdinand Gerhard tenant farmer Section 83 Hundred of Noarlunga 1880 Application 18014

No 1

KUERSCHNER/KURSHNER/KÜRSCHNER, Johann Christian of Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo 1852 Memorial 358/44

KUERSCHNER/KÜRSCHNER, Anna Rosine widow formerly of Angaston but now of Bethel relict of the late Johann Christian Kürschner formerly farmer Angaston deceased 1858 Memorial 206/138

No 1

KUERSCHNER/KURSCHNER/KÜRSCHNER, Carl Traugott farmer Black Rock Plain 1897 Memorial 51/431

KUERSCHNER/KURSCHNER/KÜRSCHNER, Carl Traugott farmer Black Rock Plain. Hundred of Black Rock Plain land grant 1899 Grant Book 13 Page 114 County Dalhousie

KUETTELWESCH/KUTTELWESCH/KÜTTELWESCH, John tailor Unley Mobilong (later Murray Bridge Hundred of Mobilong) township allotment land grant 1884[-1885] Grant Book 58 Page 218 County Sturt

KUGELMANN, Carl Friedrich Hermann farmer Coromandel Valley 1860[-1862] Memorial 32/163

No 1

KUGELMANN, Martin Nicholas butcher Adelaide 1857 Memorial 133/129

KUGELMANN, Martin Nicolas butcher Glen Osmond 1866[-1871] Memorial 181/212

No 1

KUHM, Carl Gottlieb of Section 303 Hundred of Moorooroo Co Light 1852 Memorial 358/44

KUHM, Carl Gottlieb farmer Section 1529 Hundred of Kapunda Co Light 1854 Memorial 214/68

KUHM, Carl Gottlieb farmer Hundred of Belvidere Co Light 1856 Memorial 137/106, Application 4664

KUHNDT, Johann Ernst of Ardrossan 1884 Memorial 165/363

KUHNEL, Johann Gottfried cabinetmaker Adelaide 1854 Memorial 313/75

KUHNEL, Olive Gray spinster Glenelg changed her name to Phyllis Gray Kuhnel 1923 Memorial 43/487

No 1

KUHNEL, Samuel Gottfried turner and joiner Adelaide 1850 Memorial 255/25

KUHNEL, Samuel Gottfried cabinetmaker Adelaide (King William St) 1853[-1857] Memorial 178/57 FIND LAND GRANT CHECK NAME

KUHNEL, Gottfried agent Adelaide Co Adelaide. Hundred of Tungkillo land grant 1860 Grant Book 57 Page 83 County Sturt

KUHNEL, Wilhelm clerk Adelaide 1881 Memorial 105/330

KUHRI, Emile hotelkeeper Fullarton Estate 1932 Memorial 175/505

KUILL, Neil clerk to FR AYERS solicitors Adelaide 1891 Memorial 155/409

KUILL, William yeoman Brompton 1852 Memorial 350/41

KULLNE, Andreas farmer Hoffnungsthal 1854 Memorial 29/67

KULPER, Johann Lapentz of Section 494 Survey B 1855 Memorial 257/88 Farmer Windsor 1855 Memorial 126/89

KUMNICK, Friedrich August locksmith Lobethal 1850 Memorial 287/27 Farmer Lobethal 1854 Memorial 242/67

KUMNICK, Heinrich Friedrich Philipp carpenter formerly of Lobethal but now of Edithburgh 1907 Memorial 1/525

No 1

KUNOTH, Eduard gentleman Adelaide 1846 Memorial 97/6

KUNOTH, Eduard farmer Angas Park 1853 Memorial 343/49

KUNOTH, Eduard farmer Hundred of Nuriootpa 1859 Greenock Creek land purchase Memorial 286/159

KUNZ, Andreas Wilhelm carpenter and builder Stepney, power of attorney to Georg Heinrich Christoph MEYER agent Adelaide, to manage his SA business affairs 12/3/1883 Deposit 98/1883

No 1

KUPKE, Carl farmer Canowie Co Victoria. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1881 Grant Book 13 Page 164 County Dalhousie

KUPKE, Carl farmer Black Rock near Kooringa. Dalton (later Black Rock Hundred of Black Rock Plain) township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 13 Page 446 County Dalhousie

KUPKE, Carl farmer Black Rock Plain and Caroline Kupke his wife 1885 Memorial 217/367

No 1 – perhaps the same person FIND CHECK

KUPKE, Friedrich farmer Canowie. Hundred of Reynolds land grant 1880 Grant Book 60 Page 32 County Victoria

KUPKE, Friedrich and Rudolph farmers Hundred of Pekina Co Dalhousie 1892 Memorial 192/412

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KUPKE, Gottlieb and Wilhelm farmers near Leasingham 1868 Memorial 238/230

KUPKE, Gottlieb farmer formerly of Canowie but now of Pekina 1882 Book 13 Page 259 County Dalhousie

KUPKE, Heinrich Gottlieb farmer Morchard 1935 Book 13 Page 269 County Dalhousie

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KUPKE, Johann Christian farmer Canowie 1882 Grant Book 13 Page 165 County Dalhousie

KUPKE, Johann Christian farmer Bower 1888 Memorial 43/393

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KUPKE, Rudolph farmer Pekina 1897 Memorial 95/431

KUPKE, Rudolph farmer Orroroo. Hundred of Pekina land grant 1901 Grant Book 13 Page 172 County Dalhousie

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KUPKE, Wilhelm farmer near Leasingham 1866 Memorial 2/211

KUPKE, Wilhelm farmer Black Rock Plain 1885[-1895] Memorial 62/371

KUPKE, Wilhelm of Black Rock Plain and Auguste Pauline Kupke his wife 1886 Memorial 145/380

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KURLL, Jonathan farmer Gumeracha. Hundred of Crystal Brook land grant 1876 Grant Book 60 Page 225 County Victoria

KURLL, Jonathan farmer Wandearah West. Hundred of Wandearah land grant 1879 Grant Book 60 Page 325 County Victoria

KURLL, Jonathan farmer Wandearah 1886 Memorial 33/374

KURLL, Jonathan farmer Wandearah West. Hundred of Pirie land grant 1888 Grant Book 60 Page 300 County Victoria

KURLL, Jonathan farmer Hundred of Wandearah Co Victoria 1888[-1901 Memorial 31/393

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

KURLL, Robert gardener Chain of Ponds 1864 Application 4883

KURN, Ann Simmonds storekeeper Le Fevre Peninsula 1867 Application 8685

KURTH, Eduard eatinghouse keeper Adelaide (81 Rundle St) 1881 Memorial 16/337

KURTH, Ernest of Tatiabooka 1888 Memorial 217/389

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KURTZ/KURZ, Johann Samuel farmer near Gawler 1856 Memorial 47/111

KURTZ/KURZ, Johann Samuel farmer near Sheaoak Log 1861 Application 2680

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KURTZ/KURZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Angaston 1855 Memorial 459/90

KURZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Angas Park 1858 Memorial 295/136

KURTZ, Wilhelm farmer Sheaoak Log 1867 Memorial 59/220

KURTZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Angaston 1872 Application 11924

KURTZ/KURZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer Sheaoak Log 1884 Application 20203

KURTZ/KURZ, Johann Wilhelm farmer near Roseworthy 1891 Memorial 241/410

KURTZ, Leah hairdresser North Adelaide changed her name to Leah LEWIS 1937. Born in Adelaide no details Memorial 21/511

KURTZER, Christina Bertha widow formerly of Tanunda but then of Aberdeen near Kooringa, died 19/4/1938. Grandmother of Roderick Victor LIEBEKNECHT Memorials 121 & 122/512

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KURTZER, Wilhelm blocker near Robertstown 1903 Grant Book 17 Page 177 County Eyre

KURTZER, Johann Wilhelm the Younger blocker near Robertstown 1911 Grant Book 17 Page 180 County Eyre

KURZ, Marie Caroline Ida nee WINTER wife of Hermann KURZ chemist Wiesbaden, Hessen Nassau, German Empire, power of attorney to George Heinrich Christoph MEYER agent Adelaide, to acquire for her, her share to the estate of Wilhelm Hartwig Eduard VOSZ of Adelaide 11/3/1891 Deposit 37/1891

KUSE, John farmer Bay Road Mt Gambier Hundred of Naracoorte land grant 1877 Grant Book 50 Page 109 County Robe

KURTZE, Robert labourer Hahndorf 1859[-1859] Memorial 13/153

KUTSCHER, Hermann splitter Hahndorf. Member St John German Protestant Church Hahndorf 1859 Memorial 301/153

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KUTZER, August Gottlob farmer Monarto linked with Friedrich Wilhelm Kutzer farmer Hartley 1885 Memorial 125/364

KUTZER, August Gottlob farmer near Callington 1888 Memorial 197/392

KUTZER, Friedrich Wilhelm farmer near Callington 1878 Memorial 43/306

KYLE, Andrew George licensed victualler Adelaide (Imperial Hotel and City Club King William St) 1881 Memorial 85/333

KYLES, Aaron brickmaker Normanville 1856 Memorial 184/122

KYLOH, William Henry dairyfarmer Macclesfield and Ena Fell Kyloh his wife 1952 Memorial 10/528

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KYNNERSLEY, John storekeeper’s assistant Curramulka Curramulka township allotment land grant 1885 Grant Book 19 Page 371 County Fergusson

KYNNERSLEY, John storekeeper's assistant Curramulka 1887 Memorial 137/386

KYRSE, Michael farmer Kapunda 1864 Memorial 103/198