Mount Barker Township Allotment Details

The following information gives details of the early ownership of the individual allotments created for the township of Mount Barker in South Australia. 

This information is based on material researched and compiled by Reg Butler (Hahndorf Historian) over a considerable period of time (with some later modifications and additions by Tony Finnis), and reproduced with permission.

Mount Barker Special Survey

The Mount Barker Special Survey Land Grant was given to William Hampden Dutton under the hands and seal of George Gawler, Commissioner of Public Lands for the Colony of South Australia on 3 July 1840.  This Deed, after reciting the Authority of the Commissioner, set out that a sum of £4,000 had been paid in advance to the Treasurer on 11 January 1839.  The Land Grant was originally held by William Hampden Dutton on behalf of the partnership of himself, Duncan Macfarlane and John Finnis.

Township of Mount Barker

Mount Barker Original Allotment Layout - Special Survey Sections 4467, 4472, 4473 and 4477.Sections 4467, 4473, 4472, and 4477 of the Special Survey had been designated for the new Township of Mount Barker and under instruction from the Partners these Sections were surveyed and laid out into 169 town allotments and 41 suburban allotments of various sizes, setting aside sufficient provisions for public roads and ways.

Allotments:

The allotments have been listed in groups which can be accessed from the links shown below:

  • Original Township  -  Special Survey Sections:  4467, 4472, 4473, 4477
  • Mount Barker North  (additional extension)  -  Special Survey Section: 4478
    • Allotment Numbers:   [ 1 to 58 ]

'RPA' prior to the relevant details indicates that by this time the respective allotment ownership was recorded under the Torrens Title property management system, SA Real Property Act 1858.

 

When an Allotment Number group above is accessed the details of these allotments will be attached to the bottom of this header.

Mount Barker Original Layout  (Allotment Nos. 1 to 50)

Allotment 1 - (6941; 82/177)

Mount Barker  1926

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens. The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - William Hampden Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton (age 13), inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial) William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - William Broughton Dutton died aged 25.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne and Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker. Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 2 - (7583; 92/11)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one. It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 27/7/1853 - To Robert Horsell Senr shoemaker Mt Barker £30.
  • 10/6/1859 - To Stephen Martin flour miller Mt Barker £200. Horsell now a farmer.  House on the site.
  • 4/7/1866 - RPA:  Martin now engineer Mt Barker.  Value £150.  Title to Martin.

Allotment 3 - (24092; 670/162)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 2/4/1844 - To John Dunn miller Adelaide a gift, for lots 3, 4, 5, ‘considering that the said town and neighbourhood would be much benefited by the erection of a corn mill … in consideration that the said John Dunn shall and do forthwith erect on the said allotments of land hereby released a steam flour mill’.  Dunn mortgaged his land to the Bank of SA to finance the building of the mill.
  • 1/8/1894 - To Frederick William Dunn miller and corn merchant Adelaide ‘natural love and affection’.
  • 5/8/1899 - To Jabez Edwin Thomas accountant Adelaide, as trustee with power of sale in the bankruptcy of John Dunn & Co. National Bank of Australasia.  Only Park View House at Hackney not to be sold; widow Elizabeth Dunn lived there.
  • 17/10/1900 - RPA:  Thomas. Value £520, for lots 3, 4, 5.  Title to Thomas Paltridge, Thomas Colling Paltridge, Richard Colling Paltridge and Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker, as tenants in common. Mrs C Thomassen occupied a part of the above land as a weekly tenant.

Allotment 4 - (24092; 670/162)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 2/4/1844 - To John Dunn miller Adelaide a gift, for lots 3, 4, 5, ‘considering that the said town and neighbourhood would be much benefited by the erection of a corn mill … in consideration that the said John Dunn shall and do forthwith erect on the said allotments of land hereby released a steam flour mill’.  Dunn mortgaged his land to the Bank of SA to finance the building of the mill.
  • 1/8/1894 - To Frederick William Dunn miller and corn merchant Adelaide ‘natural love and affection’.
  • 5/8/1899 - To Jabez Edwin Thomas accountant Adelaide, as trustee with power of sale in the bankruptcy of John Dunn & Co. National Bank of Australasia.
  • 17/10/1900 - RPA:  Thomas. Value £520, for lots 3, 4, 5.  Title to Thomas Paltridge, Thomas Colling Paltridge, Richard Colling Paltridge and Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker, as tenants in common. Mrs C Thomassen occupied a part of the above land as a weekly tenant.

Allotment 5 - (24092; 670/162)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 2/4/1844 - To John Dunn miller Adelaide a gift, for lots 3, 4, 5, ‘considering that the said town and neighbourhood would be much benefited by the erection of a corn mill … in consideration that the said John Dunn shall and do forthwith erect on the said allotments of land hereby released a steam flour mill’.  Dunn mortgaged his land to the Bank of SA to finance the building of the mill.
  • 1/8/1894 - To Frederick William Dunn miller and corn merchant Adelaide ‘natural love and affection’.
  • 5/8/1899 - To Jabez Edwin Thomas accountant Adelaide, as trustee with power of sale in the bankruptcy of John Dunn & Co. National Bank of Australasia.
  • 17/10/1900 - RPA:  Thomas. Value £520, for lots 3, 4, 5. Title to Thomas Paltridge, Thomas Colling Paltridge, Richard Colling Paltridge and Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker, as tenants in common.  Mrs C Thomassen occupied a part of the above land as a weekly tenant.

Allotment 6 - (1390; 14/173)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 27/5/1841 - To Osmond Gilles Esquire Adelaide £250, for various land in the Mt Barker district.
  • 12/6/1849 - To Henry Appleton farmer Mt Barker £21, for lot 6 alone.
  • 10/5/1860 - RPA:  Appleton. Value £400, for lots 6, 37, 39, 40, 49.  Title to Appleton.

Allotment 7 - 18481; 360/249

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 27/5/1841 - To Osmond Gilles Esquire Adelaide £250, for various land in the Mt Barker district.
  • 12/6/1849 - To John Williams farmer Mt Barker, lot 7 alone.
  • 31/7/1860 - John Williams farmer late of the Onkaparinga District, died.  His wife, Sarah, to inherit his property for life; then the trustees to sell the land and distribute the money according to the will.
  • 21/7/1881 - Sarah Williams nee Teakle widow Balhannah surrendered her life interest in the estate, and the trustees (the widow and Edward Teakle farmer Noarlunga) sold the property.  Value £3,050, with Sections 1774 (to J & AJ Johnston brewers Oakbank), 1775, 4260 (to Johnnie Williams farmer Oakbank) in the Hundred of Onkaparinga and Section 3844 (to George Dunn farmer Charleston) in the Hundred of Kanmantoo.  Title Lot 7 to John McEwen farmer Mt Barker.
  • 14/3/1881 - David Teakle farmer Mt Barker said that he know John Williams farmer Balhannah and his family well.  When Naomi Attenborough, wife of William Attenborough butcher Oakbank reached 21 on 1/1/1881, she was the youngest child of John Williams desc.  Other children living included Sarah Jemima, wife of John Edwards farmer Oakbank; William Williams farmer Crystal Brook; Arthur Williams farmer Baroota; Maria, wife of Thomas John Simper farmer Baroota; Rhoda, wife of George Henry Teakle farmer Mt Barker; Henry Williams farmer Telowie; Johnnie Williams farmer Balhannah.

Allotment 8 - (2274; 22/244)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 25/10/1844 - To John Gloag publican Mt Barker £45, for lots 8, 9.  Buildings already on the site.
  • 22/1/1856 - John Gloag died intestate.  His only child, Elizabeth Low, inherited his estate.
  • 30/5/1861 - RPA:  Low.  Value £350, for lots 8, 9, 20, 22, 35.  Title to Elizabeth Low and Alexander Low publican Mt Barker.

Allotment 9 - (2274; 22/244)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 25/10/1844 - To John Gloag publican Mt Barker £45, for lots 8, 9.  Buildings already on the site.
  • 22/1/1856 - John Gloag died intestate.  His only child, Elizabeth Low, inherited his estate.
  • 30/5/1861 - RPA:  Low.  Value £350, for lots 8, 9, 20, 22, 35.  Title to Elizabeth Low and Alexander Low publican Mt Barker.

Allotment 10 - (11717; 167/29), (13890; 201/235)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 27/7/1853 - To John Ellis labourer Mt Barker £60, for lots 10, 11.
  • Ellis sub-divided lot 10.
  • Application 11717 - portion of lot 10 along the boundary with lot 11.
    • John Ellis mortgaged to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and became bankrupt.  The Society sold the land
    • 25/8/1860 - To James Randall gentleman Adelaide £100, with lot 11.
    • 11/9/1871 - RPA:  Randall. Value £100, with lot 11.  Title to Sarah McNalty widow Mt Barker.  She already occupied the land.
  • Application 1389 - the rest of the allotment
    • 30/12/1853 - To George Manton baker Mt Barker £30.
    • 4/22/1867 - To George Bollen accountant Mt Barker £200.
    • 13/11/1874 - RPA: Bollen now Pt Adelaide.  Value £85.  Title to Walter Simpson carpenter Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 11 - (11717; 167/29)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 27/7/1853 - To John Ellis labourer Mt Barker £60, for lots 10, 11.  John Ellis mortgaged to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and became bankrupt.  The Society sold the land
  • 25/8/1860 - To James Randall gentleman Adelaide £100, with pt lot 10.
  • 11/9/1871 - RPA:  Randall.  Value £100, with pt lot 10.  Title to Sarah McNalty widow Mt Barker.  She already occupied the land.

Allotment 12 - (6941)

Between Cameron St and MacFarlane Tce

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor esquire Ryelands.15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte de Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.
  • LTO 82/177
  • 1/11/1871 - Charlotte da Silva Dutton to William Gray gentleman Mt Barker
  • LTO 160/12 - no transaction
  • LTO 219/218
  • 6/1/1896 - W Gray died.  William Selby Douglas and Robert Moore Steele the executors.
  • 18/6/1896 - The executors to William Charles Rowell gentleman Mt Barker
  • LTO 610/3
  • 27/7/1899 - WC Rowell died.  Executors John Stanford baker New parkside and Albert Reinhold Nitschke saddler Walkerville.
  • 20/5/1904 - The executors to Henry Stephen Neville Rowell electrical engineer Adelaide
  • 25/9/1904 - Rowell to Alwina Paech married woman Mt Barker
  • 14/11/1907 - Paech to William Robert Rollison civil servant Adelaide
  • 6/3/1908 - Rollison to Charles Paterson moulder Mt Barker
  • 3/6/922 - Paterson to Alfred William Paterson clerk Mt Barker
  • 15/8/1931 - AW Paterson died.  Executors HB Chapman auctioneer Mt Barker and Harold Richard Thomas Paterson storekeeper Nairne.
  • 8/8/1941 - Executors to Matilda Ann Paterson widow Mt Barker
  • 12/4/1964 - MA Paterson died.  Executors - Jack Dudley Chapman business manager Mt Barker and Maurice Stanley Ellis salesman 18 Lorraine Ave, Clarence Park.

Allotment 13 - (8550; 107/69)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/1/1857 - To James Greenfield butcher Mt Barker £30.  He mortgaged his land to John Dunn miller Mt Barker, and became bankrupt.  Dunn sold the land.
  • 17/7/1867 - RPA:  Dunn.  Value 24, with other land.  Title to Thomas Paltridge tanner Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 14 - (4969; 52/161)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 30/9/1852 - To John Merifield blacksmith Mt Barker £60, for lots 14, 16.  Merifield mortgaged his land to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 15/3/1864 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £133, for lots 14, 15, 16.  Title to Thomas Paltridge tanner Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 15 - (4969; 52/161)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 20/4/1853 - To John Merifield blacksmith Mt Barker £30.  Merifield mortgaged his land to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 15/3/1864 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £133, for lots 14, 15, 16.  Title to Thomas Paltridge tanner Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 16 - (4969; 52/161)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 30/9/1852 - To John Merifield blacksmith Mt Barker £60, for lots 14, 16.  Merifield mortgaged his land to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 15/3/1864 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £133, for lots 14, 15, 16.  Title to Thomas Paltridge tanner Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 17 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (Memorial 197/80)   - William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 18 - (20215; 469/40)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/4/1853 - To William Paltridge farmer Mt Barker £30.
  • 25/7/1854 - To Thomas Paltridge Senr tanner Mt Barker £30.
  • 2/12/1859 - To Francis Isaac Smith ginger beer maker Mt Barker and George Bollen yeoman Mt Barker, as trustees for the land; Thomas Paltridge and his wife to have the rents for life.  After their death, the rents to be shared equally among their children; Thomas Paltridge Junr shoemaker Mt Barker; Samuel Paltridge shoemaker Mt Barker; Mary, wife of Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker; Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Heanes shoemaker Kensington.
  • 18/9/1867 - Elizabeth Heames wife of Samuel Heames, died at Mt Barker intestate.  Estate worth £200.  Letters of administration to the husband.
  • 27/3/1879 - Samuel Lee Paltridge bootmaker Melrose, died intestate.  His widow, Mary Jane Paltridge widow Adelaide, received letters of administration.  Estate worth £20.s
  • 4/9/1882 - Mary Paltridge, wife of Thomas Paltridge gentleman Mt Barker, died, of bronchitis, aged 82.
  • 24/7/1883 - Thomas Paltridge Senr gentleman Mt Barker died of senile decay, aged 83.
  • 16/7/1884 - RPA:  The trustees.  Value £1,000, with Section 5009, Hundred of Macclesfield.  Thomas Paltridge Junr tanner Mt Barker occupied Lot 18.  John Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker, occupied Section 5009.  Title to the above men.

Allotment 19 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 -  Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (Memorial 197/80)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 20 - (2274; 22/244)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 17/7/1849 - To John Gloag publican Mt Barker £58, for lots 20, 22, 35.
  • 22/1/1856 - John Gloag died intestate.  His only child, Elizabeth Low, inherited his estate.
  • 30/5/1861 - RPA:  Low.  Value £350, for lots 8, 9, 20, 22, 35.  Title to Elizabeth Low and Alexander Low publican Mt Barker.

Allotment 21 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 22 - (2274; 22/244)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 17/7/1849 - To John Gloag publican Mt Barker £58, for lots 20, 22, 35.
  • 22/1/1856 - John Gloag died intestate.  His only child, Elizabeth Low, inherited his estate.
  • 30/5/1861 - RPA:  Low.  Value £350, for lots 8, 9, 20, 22, 35.  Title to Elizabeth Low and Alexander Low publican Mt Barker.

Allotment 23 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 24 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate. John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte de Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA: Charlotte da Silva Dutton.
  • LTO 82/177
  • 29/10/1866 - Charlotte da Silva Dutton to Benjamin gray gentleman Littlehampton, with Lot 23.
  • LTO 93/54
  • 25/3/1877 - Gray to Elizabeth Clark widow 5 year lease
  • 10/7/1878 - Lease to George Patrick Long licensed victualler Mt Barker.  He mortgaged the land.
  • 3/9/1879 - Benjamin Gray died.  Executor Guilford Emery Gray brewer North Adelaide.
  • 20/12/1880 - Executor to GE Gray, Eliza Emery Taylor, wife of William Henry Taylor, and Alice Gray.
  • 351/192 - no transactions
  • The Gray family sub-divided the allotment.
  • Sub-Division 1 - with part lot 23.
    • LTO 420/12
    • 3/5/1883 - The Grays to Charles Morris Russell Dumas newspaper proprietor Mt Barker
    • 8/2/1935 - CMR Dumas died.  Executors Victor Charles Max Dumas journalist Mt Barker, Frederick Lloyd Dumas newspaper editor Kensington gardens, & Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA of Grenfell St, Adelaide, acting for Russell John Dumas, the other executor.
    • 1/8/1941 - Executors to Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA of Grenfell St, Adelaide
    • 25/1/1946 - Company to Jane Lilian Monger married woman Mt Barker
    • 26/5/1947 - Monger to Eric Leslie Perry and Harry Edmondson printers Mt Barker, as tenants in common
    • 14/11/1952 - Edmondson to Frank Teare Marston and Floris Merle Kinso Marston newspaper proprietors Burra
    • LTO 2238/110
    • 8/6/1954 - Perry to Frank Teare Marston and Floris Merle Kinso Marston newspaper proprietors
    • 9/9/1963 - Marstons to F Teare Marston Ltd Gawler St, Mt Barker.
  • Sub-Division 2 - with part lot 23. Corner of Gawler & Cameron Sts.
    • LTO 420/11
    • 26/5/1882 - Grays to Mary Warren 7 year lease
    • 8/9/1881 - Mary Warren married William Ritson
    • 1/3/1887 - The Grays to Sarah Elizabeth Gray spinster Blakiston, Alice Gray spinster Blakiston, Eliza Emery Taylor widow Blakiston as tenants in common.
    • 26/3/1889 - The Grays to William Ritson 3 year lease of part of the land.
    • 5/12/1892 - EM Taylor died.
    • 11/8/1893 - The surviving sisters inherited the land.
    • 15/9/1893 - The Grays to William Ritson a 5 year lease.
    • 18/12/1893 - W Ritson to Edwin Jeffreys inn keeper Mt Barker, the lease.
    • 12/10/1894 - Jeffreys to John White innkeeper Mt Barker, remainder of lease.
    • LTO 607/194
    • 25/7/1895 - White to Paul Gustav Paech innkeeper Mt Barker, the remainder of the lease.
    • 26/3/1900 - The Grays to PG Paech, 5 year lease.
    • 22/2/1901 - Alice Gray died.
    • 6/12/1901 - Sarah Elizabeth Gray inherited the land.
    • 10/4/1905 - Gray to J & AJ Johnston Ltd brewers Oakbank 10 year lease.
    • 25/3/1905 - Johnston sub-lease to PG Paech for 5 years.
    • 30/10/1905 - PG Paech to William Goldsworthy hotelkeeper Mt Barker transfer of lease.
    • 3/12/1911 - Gray to Johnstons 10 year lease.
    • 30/7/1909 - Gray to Robina Frances von Doussa, wife of Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker
    • 11/11/1919 - Johnston sub-lease of 5 years to Emma Allen
    • 10/3/1920 - Allen transfer lease to Charles Maurice Cooling hotelkeeper Mt Barker
    • 22/12/1920 - Lease transfer to PG Paech
    • 24/1/1920 - Robena Frances von Doussa died. Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker executor.
    • 27/10/1921 - Von Doussa to Lawrence Wright Carr carpenter Mt Barker
    • 22/11/1922 - Carr to Florence Ellen Jacobs married woman Mt Barker
    • 28/2/1923 - Jacobs to Charles Morris Russell Dumas newspaper proprietor Mt Barker
    • 8/2/1935 - CMR Dumas died. Executors Victor Charles Max Dumas journalist Mt Barker, Frederick Lloyd Dumas newspaper editor Kensington gardens, & Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA of Grenfell St, Adelaide, acting for Russell John Dumas, the other executor.
    • 1/8/1941 - Executors to Executor Trustee and Agency Company of SA of Grenfell St, Adelaide
    • 25/1/1946 - Company to Jane Lilian Monger married woman Mt Barker
    • 25/1/1946 - Monger to Vera Lillie Gibbs, wife of Levi Francis Gibbs manager Adelaide, Arthur Lloyd Rossiter, Claude William Rossiter, Keith Edward Rossiter boot manufacturers 182 Unley Rd, Unley.
    • 3012/139
    • 18/8/1960 - Arthur Lloyd Rossiter died.
    • 9/5/1966 - Rossiters to Evelyn Ann Schaeffer home duties 4 Hill St, Mt Barker, Patricia Mary McDonald home duties 57 Wellington rd, Mt Barker, Margaret Ruth Shepherd home duties 7 Druids Ave, Mt Barker as tenants in common.
    • 19/3/1984 - To Janice Marjorie Cameron home duties 7 Wattle St, Mt Barker as one fourth as tenants in common
    • 21/9/1989 - Evelyn Ann Schaefer to Georgina Elizabeth Moore medical practitioner 15 Liebelt St, Mt Barker - one undivided fourth.
    • 8/1/1990 - Moore to Roger Murray Bannister medical practitioner 20 Druids Ave, Stirling - one undivided fourth part.
    • 21/9/1991 - Cameron to Stanley Reuben Barrett Tavener Rd, Wistow - one undivided fourth part.
    • 14/2/1990 - Peter Byron Shepherd, John Gregory McDonald, Roger Murray Bannister 5 year lease of the property.
  • Sub-division 3 - with part lot 23. Corner of Gawler & McLaren St
    • LTO 814/83
    • 10/4/1905 - Gray to J & AJ Johnston Ltd brewers Oakbank 10 year lease.
    • 25/3/1905 - Johnston sub-lease to PG Paech for 5 years.
    • 30/10/1905 - PG Paaech to William Goldsworthy hotelkeeper Mt Barker transfer of lease.
    • 3/12/1911 - Gray to Johnstons 10 year lease.
    • 7/9/1912 - SE Gray died.  Sylvia Gray widow Blakiston & Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker executors.
    • LTO 957/68
    • 10/6/1914 - Johnston sub-lease of 5 years to Henry Allen
    • 31/3/1915 - Allen sub-let to Benjamin Fisher Mt Barker
    • 13/4/1916 - Fisher transferred sub-lease to James Hugh Paterson Davis stock & station agent Adelaide, and Keith Dudley Bowman of Poltallock Station pastoralist.
    • 3/12/1921 - Gray & Von doussa to A & AJ Johston Ltd 10 year lease.
    • Many other leases.
    • 13/4/1932 - The executors to Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker.
    • 27/5/1932 - Louis von Doussa died. William Louis von Doussa executor.
    • 3/8/1932 - The executor to A & AJ Johnston Ltd
    • LTO 1625/143
    • 22/3/1934 - Johnstons to Bennett & Fisher Ltd Currie St, Adelaiade
    • 4/10/1982 - Bennetts to Michael Duffield
    • 4200/839 & 840

Allotment 25 - (15585; 242/188)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 8/11/1849 - To Edward Fuller wheelwright Mt Barker £24, for lots 25, 26.
  • c1854 - Edward Fuller died.  He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth.
  • 26/10/1864 - To Joseph Toll gentleman Nairne £170, for lots 25, 26.
  • 17/11/1876 - RPA:  Toll, now of Mt Barker.  Value £300, for lots 25, 26.  Title to Toll.  Weekly tenant Henry Webber.

Allotment 26 - (15585; 242/188)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 8/11/1849 - To Edward Fuller wheelwright Mt Barker £24, for lots 25, 26.
  • c1854 - Edward Fuller died.  He left his estate to his wife, Elizabeth.
  • 26/10/1864 - To Joseph Toll gentleman Nairne £170, for lots 25, 26.
  • 17/11/1876 - RPA:  Toll, now of Mt Barker. Value £300, for lots 25, 26. Title to Toll.  Weekly tenant Henry Webber.

Allotment 27 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 -  Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 28 - (8189; 99/237)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 23/5/1853 - To Benjamin Fuller carpenter Mt Barker £80.  House on the site.
  • 30/6/1853 - To Edward Chaplin miller Mt Barker £35.
  • 1/3/1860 - To Richard Cornelius commission agent Adelaide £15.
  • 13/3/1867 - RPA:  Cornelius now Mt Barker.  Value £1,000, with other land in the district.  Title to Cornelius.  Unnamed tenants.

Allotment 29 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule’
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 30 - (11493; 152/223)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 6/4/1867 - To Nathaniel Simpson Hailes gentleman Mt Barker £20.
  • 19/6/1871 - RPA:  Hailes, formerly of Mt Barker, now of Daylesford Vic. Value £20.  Title to Joseph Toll gentleman Mt Barker.  Hailes occupied the land.

Allotment 31 - (3636; 37/167)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/4/1853 - To Henry Blabey bricklayer Mt Barker £30.
  • 15/12/1862 - RPA:  Blabey now of Milang.  Value £120.  Title to William Fuller tinman Mt Barker.  Weekly tenants Emma Baker and Robert Jackson.

Allotment 32 - (14288; 212/203)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 30/4/1851 - The trustees RF Newland and EC Gwynne, and the 3 owners to John Gloag publican Mt Barker £36, ‘together with the hotel and other buildings erected thereon’.  The bargain had been struck in 1843, when Gloag had erected the hotel and ‘other buildings of considerable value’.  Gloag settled the hotel upon himself and his wife in trust for life, then the property to go to their daughter and only child, Elizabeth Low, nee Gloag.
  • 4/10/1852 - Jane Gloag died.
  • 22/1/1856 - John Gloag died intestate.
  • 27/5/1856 - To Alfred Atkinson Esquire Adelaide, in trust for life of Elizabeth Low and her husband Alexander Low, and the survivor of both of them, 6 allotments and the hotel.  Afterwards equally to any children in trust; if only one child, the property to go to that child absolutely.  The Lows mortgaged the Crown Hotel for £500 at 10% in 1859.  They defaulted.  The creditors, Richard Davies Hanson Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Adelaide; John Taylor Esquire Adelaide, sold the land.
  • 17/12/1863 - To William Lean butcher Adelaide £600.
  • 8/6/1875 - To Octavius Weld Doctor of Medicine Mt Barker £450.
  • 9/6/1875 - RPA:  Weld. Value £450.  Title to Weld.  Weekly tenant Frank T Cornelius.

Allotment 33 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 34 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 35 - (2274; 22/244)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 17/7/1849 - To John Gloag publican Mt Barker £58, for lots 20, 22, 35.   [FIND John Gloag died intestate. His only child, Elizabeth Low, inherited his estate].
  • 30/5/1861 - RPA:  Low.  Value £350, for lots 8, 9, 20, 22, 35.  Title to Elizabeth Low and Alexander Low publican Mt Barker.

Allotment 36 - (348; 6/62), (985; 15/224), (9350; 120/105-344/2)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/4/1853 - A Walker to Thomas Hamblyn farmer Mt Barker £30
  • Thomas Hamblyn sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 348 - Gawler and Hutchinson St corner.  Western half of the allotment.
    • 21/1/1854 - T Hamlyn to Thomas Good storekeeper Mt Barker £250.
    • 4/5/1859 - RPA:  Thomas Good storekeeper Mt Barker. Value £700.
    • LTO 6/62
    • 30/11/1865 - Good to William Barker draper Mt Barker £1,875
    • 76/111
    • 29/7/1890 - William Barker died.  Executors Sophie Barker widow Mt Barker and George Wilcox merchant Adelaide.
    • 18/6/1909 - S Barker died.
    • 8/10/1910 - G Wilcox to Florence Julia Barker spinster Mt Barker
    • 1/5/1947 - Barker to Kenneth David Bell 3 years’ lease.
    • 26/1/1951 - FJ Barker died.  Executor Rowland Malcolm Chapman business manager Mt Barker.
    • 14/11/1951 - Chapman to Executor Trustee & Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide and Rowland Malcolm Chapman accountant Mt Barker
    • 14/8/1963 - Executors to Kenneth David Bell draper Mt Barker
    • 30/9/1967 - KD Bell died.  Executor - Executor Trustee & Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide
    • 5/11/1968 - Executor to Zena May Semple spinster 55 Gawler St, Mt Barker
    • 12/8/1971 - Semple to David Henry Chapman land salesman 5 Druids Ave, Mt Barker, Bronte John Chapman accountant 15 Alexandrina Rd, Mt Barker, Colin Bruce Chapman TV technician 76 Hutchinson St, Mt Barker, Graham William Jordan TV technician 59 Gawler St, Mt Barker
  • 4004/163
  • Application 985 - the Gawler St & McLaren St corner. Gray’s Inn.
    • 1/5/1854 - T Hamblyn to Richard Bullock Andrews solicitor Mt Barker £36.  The whole eastern half of the allotment.
    • RB Andrews sub-divided again.
    • 30/10/1854 - RB Andrews to Benjamin Gray brewer Littlehampton £225.
    • 22/12/1859 - RPA:  Benjamin Gray brewer Littlehampton.  Value £3,000.
    • LTO 15/224
    • 25/3/1877 - Gray to Elizabeth Clark widow 5 year lease
    • 10/7/1878 - Lease to George Patrick Long licensed victualler Mt Barker.  He mortgaged the land.
    • 3/9/1879 - Benjamin Gray died.  Executor Guilford Emery Gray brewer North Adelaide.
    • 20/12/1880 - Executor to GE Gray, Eliza Emery Taylor, wife of William Henry Taylor, and Alice Gray.
    • LTO 351/192
    • 26/5/1882 - Grays to Mary Warren 7 year lease
    • LTO 420/11
    • 1/3/1887 - The Grays to Sarah Elizabeth Gray spinster Blakiston, Alice Gray spinster Blakiston, Eliza Emery Taylor widow Blakiston as tenants in common.
    • 26/3/1889 - The Grays to William Ritson 3 year lease of part of the land.
    • 5/12/1892 - EM Taylor died.
    • 11/8/1893 - The surviving sisters inherited the land.
    • 15/9/1893 - The Grays to William Ritson a 5 year lease.
    • 18/12/1893 - W Ritson to Edwin Jeffreys inn keeper Mt Barker, the lease.
    • 12/10/1894 - Jeffreys to John White innkeeper Mt Barker, remainder of lease.
    • LTO 607/194
    • 10/4/1905 - Gray to J & AJ Johnston Ltd brewers Oakbank 10 year lease.
    • 25/3/1905 - Johnston sub-lease to PG Paech for 5 years.
    • 30/10/1905 - PG Paech to William Goldsworthy hotelkeeper Mt Barker transfer of lease.
    • 3/12/1911 - Gray to Johnstons 10 year lease.
    • 7/9/1912 - SE Gray died.  Sylvia Gray widow Blakiston & Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker executors.
    • LTO 957/68
    • 10/6/1914 - Johnston sub-lease of 5 years to Henry Allen
    • 31/3/1915 - Allen sub-let to Benjamin Fisher Mt Barker
    • 13/4/1916 - Fisher transferred sub-lease to James Hugh Paterson Davis stock & station agent Adelaide, and Keith Dudley Bowman of Poltallock Station pastoralist.
    • 3/12/1921 - Gray & Von doussa to A & AJ Johston Ltd 10 year lease.
    • Many other leases.
    • 13/4/1932 - The executors to Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker.
    • 27/5/1932 - Louis von Doussa died.  William Louis von Doussa executor.
    • 3/8/1932 - The executor to A & AJ Johnston Ltd
    • LTO 1625/144
    • Many leases.
    • LTO 3432/108
    • Many leases.
  • Application 9350 - middle portion of the allotment.
    • 1/5/1854 - T Hamblyn to Richard Bullock Andrews solicitor Mt Barker £36.  The whole eastern half of the allotment.  RB Andrews sub-divided again.
    • 22/7/1868 - RPA:  RB Andrews solicitor Adelaide.  Value £165, together with Lot 112.  That went to William Rollison police trooper Mt Barker.  Part lot 36 went to William Gray bank manager Mt Barker.
    • William Gray sub-divided again
    • Subdivision A
      • LTO 120/105-344/2
      • 21/4/1870 - W Gray to Benjamin Gray gent Littlehampton
      • LTO 143/163
      • 25/3/1877 - Gray to Isabella Clark widow Mt Barker 5 year lease
      • 10/7/1878 - Clark to George Patrick long remainder of lease
      • 3/9/1879 - Benjamin Gray died.  Executor Guilford Emery Gray brewer North Adelaide.
      • 20/12/1880 - Executor to GE Gray, Eliza Emery Taylor, wife of William Henry Taylor, and Alice Gray.
      • The rest as for the other land.  It must join the corner sub-division against McLaren St.
    • Sub-division B
      • LTO 145/14
      • 15/9/1873 - Gray to Joseph Rundle farmer Blakiston
      • 30/5/1877 - Rundle to Benjamin Thomas cattle dealer Mt Barker
      • 27/4/1878 - Thomas to Robert Ashley tailor Clare
      • 18/5/1883 - Ashley to James Pritchard storekeeper Mt Barker
      • 1/8/1895 - Pritchard to Thomas Henry Stephenson 5 year lease.
      • 17/12/1917 - J Pritchard died. Executors Emma Pritchard widow Millswood, George Ernest Pritchard chemist Wallaroo, Edgar Willie Pritchard analytical chemist Maylands, Allan Garfield Pritchard engineer Millswood
      • 14/1/1920 - The executors to the Savings Bank of SA.
      • 6/9/1939 - Bank to William James Topham plumber Brown St, Adelaide & Percy Ray Choat farmer Littlehampton
      • 6/9/1939 - Topham & Choat to John Harold McLoy bacon curer’s assistant Mt Barker and Olivia Jean McLoy, his wife
      • LTO 1862/129
      • 30/3/1951 - McLoy to Frances Eliza Farrelly widow 120 Rundle St, Kent Town
      • 2/5/1951 - Farrelly to J & AJ Johnston Ltd Oakbank
      • 1/8/1982 - 2 year lease to Kenneth Penny and Doreen Ann Penny hotelkeepers Mt Barker
      • 1/8/1984 - Lease extended by one year.  Leased until 31/7/1988.
      • 11/8/1988 - Leases to Tardinga Pty Ltd, which expire 31/7/1996.
      • Now converted into a metric title.

Allotment 37 - (1390; 14/173)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 12/6/1849 - To Henry Appleton farmer Mt Barker £80, for lots 37, 39, 40, 49.
  • 10/5/1860 - RPA:  Appleton. Value £400, for lots 6, 37, 39, 40, 49.  Title to Appleton.
  • 14/173
  • No conveyance.
  • 16/79
  • 24/6/1875 - To Elizabeth Gray wife of William Gray bank manager Mt Barker, with lots 39, 40, to her separate use.
  • 208/250
  • 12/10/1876 - To William Gray bank manager Mt Barker, with lots 39, 40.
  • 236/118
  • 6/1/1895 - William Gray died.  His executors transferred the land.
  • 26/1/1899 - To Leonard Watkins Bickle medical practitioner Adelaide, with lots 38-40.
  • 15/11/1901 - To Walter Blaxland surgeon Mt Barker.
  • 11/5/1910 - To Bruce Beaumons Barker storekeeper Mt Barker and Florence Julia, his wife.
  • 11/5/1910 - To Inkerman Farrington Jackson grazier Mt Barker, with lots 38 and pt 39.
  • He sub-divided lot 37.
  • Western Moiety of Lot 37
    • 834/190
    • 17/5/1912 - To William Henry Wilson-Smith and Amy Elizabeth Wilson his wife
    • 13/1/1920 - To Herbert Williams law clerk Mt Barker.
    • 16/10/1967 - Herbert Williams died.  His widow Jeanette May Williams inherited.
    • 14/8/1968 - To Rupert John Downes electroplater 4 Stephens St Mt Barker.
    • 8/7/1985 - To Leslie James Unwin contractor 3 Stephens St Mt Barker and Neta Pauline Unwin his wife.
    • 13/9/1991 - To Richard William Hurley and Susan Maree Hurley both of 3 Stephens St, Mt Barker - Current title.
  • Eastern Moiety of Lot 37
    • 834/190
    • 17/5/1912 - To Alice Maria Fry married woman Mt Barker.
    • 6/1/1961 - AM Fry died.  Her executrix transferred the land.
    • 20/6/1961 - To Marjorie Alice Scott widow 2 Hutchinson St, Mt Barker.
    • 18/12/1972 - MA Scott died.  Her executor transferred the land.
    • 10/5/1974 - To Patrick Alan Scott production manager 10 Hutchinson St, Mt Barker.
    • 4342/698 current title.

Allotment 38 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate. John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 39 - (1390; 14/173)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 12/6/1849 - To Henry Appleton farmer Mt Barker £80, for lots 37, 39, 40, 49.
  • 10/5/1860 - RPA:  Appleton. Value £400, for lots 6, 37, 39, 40, 49.  Title to Appleton.

Allotment 40 - (1390; 14/173)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 12/6/1849 - To Henry Appleton farmer Mt Barker £80, for lots 37, 39, 40, 49.
  • 10/5/1860 - RPA:  Appleton.  Value £400, for lots 6, 37, 39, 40, 49.  Title to Appleton.

Allotment 41 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 42 - (8556; 105/175) (15740; 258/172)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/4/1853 - To Thomas Hart labourer Mt Barker £30.
  • He sub-divided the lot.
  • Application 8556 - south-western moiety
    • 13/6/1855 - To Thomas Biddles licensed victualler Littlehampton £210.  He sold the property while it was under mortgage.
    • 9/7/1867 - To John Adams of Mt Barker £120.
    • 11/7/1867 - RPA:  Adams.  Value £120.  Title to Adams.  He already occupied the land.
  • Application 15740 - the north-eastern moiety
    • 4/8/1853 - To Charles Masters yeoman Mt Barker £10.
    • 1/9/1853 - To Alexander McDonald blacksmith Mt Barker £40.
    • 1/3/1854 - To Joseph Jolly miller Mt Barker £170.
    • 12/4/1855 - To Edward Fuller wheelwright Mt Barker £40, for half of the north-eastern moiety.
    • 25/12/1861 - Edward Fuller died.  He left his property to his wife, Elizabeth.  Estate worth £50.
    • 21/3/1874 - To Thomas Henry Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker £9, for half of the north-eastern moiety.
    • 21/3/1874 - To Thomas Henry Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker £40, for the other half of the north-eastern moiety (the middle quarter).  Jolly now clerk Moonta Mines.
    • 13/1/1877 - RPA:  Stephenson.  Value £50.  Title to John Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker.  Weekly tenant John Morris.

Allotment 43 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 44 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 45 - (13/241-246), (12067; 13/243-246), (24214; 728/80)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/8/1852 - To John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker £90, for lots 45, 46, 47.
  • He sub-divided lot 45.
  • Application 12067 - pt lot facing Stephens St and against lot 46.
    • 28/3/1859 - To John Jobling carpenter Mt Barker £80. He mortgaged to the South-Eastern District Permanent Building and Investment Society for £60, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
    • 26/2/1872 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £300, for lots in Mt Barker and Payneham.  Various people had gone bankrupt.  Land unoccupied.
  • Application 24214 - pt lot facing Stephens St and against lot 44.
    • 15/5/1854 - To John Chapple shoemaker Mt Barker £30.
    • 16/10/1883 - To William Freeman gardener Mt Barker £39.  Chapple now of Rupanyup Vic.
    • 25/9/1889 - To Elizabeth Ann Freeman wife of Henry Freeman blacksmith Mt Barker ‘love and natural affection’.  William Freemann was prepared to transfer the land to his nephew, Henry Freeman, who decided to hand it on to his wife, Elizabeth Ann, to her own use absolutely.
    • 2/12/1895 - Elizabeth Ann Freeman died intestate.  Her husband inherited the land.
    • 21/5/1901 - RPA:  Henry Freeman.  Value £20.  Title to Lawrence Wright carpenter Mt Barker.

Allotment 46 - (1291; 14/29), (8793; 110/14, 15), (24942; 737/182)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 20/8/1852 - To John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker £90, for lots 45, 46, 47.
  • He sub-divided lot 46.
  • Application 1291 - small piece going west from Hutchinson St
    • 10/10/1856 - To Richard Crafter carpenter Mt Barker £120.
    • 11/3/1857 - To John Thomas Banks flour miller Mt Barker £130.
    • 24/12/1859 - RPA:  Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker, as intending purchaser from JT Banks.  Value £165.  Title to McKenzie.
  • Application 8793 - strip facing Hutchinson St and against lot 47.
    • 15/2/1853 - To George Milway brickmaker Littlehampton £40, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 28/5/1853 - To John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker £40, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 6/8/1855 - To Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker £80, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 5/10/1857 - To Thomas Brakenridge merchant Mt Barker, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 25/11/1858 - To Thomas Good draper Mt Barker £171, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 21/11/1867 - RPA:  Good now merchant Adelaide.  Value £200.  Title to Roderick McKenzie for the rear portion adjoining Lot 47; title to Good for the portion facing Hutchinson St.
  • Application 24942 - portion adjoining Lot 47
    • 27/11/1855 - To Henry Hooper wine and spirit merchant Mt Barker £20, for pts lots 46, 47.  He became an insolvent on 28/3/1857.  The official assignee, LW Thrupp and trade assignee John Colton sold the property.
    • 7/9/1857 - To John Robins Rundle butcher Bowden £37/10/-, for pts Lots 46, 47.
    • 10/10/1876 - JR Rundle died.  His land in trust to George Pearce farmer Crystal Brook and Samuel Coombe brickmaker Bowden, to earn an income for the widow, Mary Rundle, during her lifetime; afterwards to be sold and the proceeds divided equally amongst the children.  The land could be sold with the widow’s permission, and provided the youngest child had reached 21.  Elisha Rundle a son had already received half his share of the estate during the testator’s lifetime.  The trustees sold the property.
    • 11/6/1878 - To Alfred Sexton bootmaker Mt Barker £25, for pts lots 46, 47.
    • 30/11/1890 - Mary Rundle, widow of John Robins Rundle butcher, died of heart disease and aortic stenosis, at Hindmarsh, aged 67.

Allotment 47 - (860; 10/3), (1393; 13/247), (2754; 28/74), (3172; 32/171)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • Application 2754 - piece facing Stephens St and against Bonnar’s Lane.
    • 10/10/1854 - To James Pillans Bonnar teacher Mt Barker £40.
    • 7/11/1856 - To Frederick West Scott shoemaker Mt Barker £30.  Bonnar now of Melbourne Vic.
    • 23/6/1859 - To William Hooper bootmaker Mt Barker £200.
    • 19/12/1861 - RPA:  Hooper.  Value £250.  Title to Hooper.
  • Application 3172 -

Allotment 48 (22927 10/3, 13/247, 14/26, 304/161)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 9/11/1849 - Richard Francis Newland, EC Gwynne, John Finnis to John James Bonnar Lot 48. Cost £15. 
  • JJ Bonnar sub-divided the land.
  • 35 GAWLER ST - Application 13282
  • Subdivision 1 - corner of Gawler St and Stephens St
    • 14/11/1854 - JJ Bonnar to William Barker boot and shoemaker Mt Barker £40.  In later contracts, W Barker described as a merchant.  He bought the right of way and the same part of Lot 47 behind that road.
    • 12/6/1873 - William Barker died.  He had shifted to Adelaide.  His wife, Henrietta, got all his estate.  DJ O’Brien solicitor Adelaide, was the solicitor for the estate.
    • 21/1/1874 - Henrietta Barker, formerly of Adelaide, but now of Sydney, appointed James Barker miller Goolwa, as her attorney to sell the land.
    • 7/2/1874 - RPA:  Henrietta Barker.  Value £300.  Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker was renting the land.  DJ O’Brien solicitor ‘at present absent from the colony’, had the land adjoining.  Title to John Paltridge commission agent Mt Barker.
    • LTO 190/178
    • 6/1/1897 - Paltridge to Harry Paltridge auctioneer and Frederick Paltridge accountant Mt Barker
    • 19/2/1902 - To Frederick Paltridge alone
    • 15/10/1902 - F Paltridge died.  RC Paltridge and CMR Dumas executors.
    • 20/12/1902 - Executors to Harry Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker
    • 21/3/1906 - Paltridge to David Bell & Co Ltd Strathalbyn
    • 1/9/1936 - 5 year lease to Kenneth David Bell.  Extended in 1941.
    • 30/8/1946 - Bell to Kenneth David Bell merchant Mt Barker
    • 30/9/1967 - KD Bell died.  Executor Executor Trustee & Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide
    • 3/11/1970 - Executor to John Hooper Bell farmer Murray Bridge, James Dawson Bell clerk Prospect, Walter Reginald Bell retired Woodville West
  • Application 22927 - has several parts of Lot 48.
  • Subdivision 2 - next to William Barker.
    • 14/4/1851 - John James Bonnar gent Mt Barker to Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker £35.
    • 13/11/1852 - Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker to Margaret Arbuckle storekeeper widow Mt B £72 ‘of which frontage is built upon with brick by George Crutchett’, ‘with the remaining portion of said allotment … to be used only as a right of back way passage or entrance to the rear of said premises from Stephens St …’ William Barker on the west and George Crutchett on the east.  Mrs Arbuckle mortgaged the property to Henry Hooper for £72 to buy it, went insolvent.
    • 12/5/1854 - Land to William Elder, George Elder Junr, and Thomas Elder merchants Adelaide, at auction 21/12/1853  £82/16/-.
    • 23/10/1854 - Elders to Rev’d Michael O’Brien Minister of the Gospel Mt Barker  £200.
    • 1/1/1855 - 99 year lease to George Manton baker Mt Barker  £18 pa.
    • 13/4/1883 - DJ O’Brien surrendered property in SA to the trustees, HH Dollman and FM O’Brien.
    • 8/8/1887 - Land transferred to HH Dollman and FM O’Brien, and freed from trust.
    • 17/6/1895 - RPA:  Francis Michael O’Brien and Henry Herbert Dollman civil servants Adelaide.  Title in their names.
    • LTO 604/161
    • 1/1/1898 - Alfred Sexton 14 year lease
    • 5/7/1900 - William Carr 7 year lease
    • 5/7/1907 - O’Brien and Dollman to Lawrence Wright Carr carpenter Mt Barker 7 year lease
    • 20/12/1911 - O & D to Lawrence Wright Carr
    • LTO 844/23
    • LW Carr sub-divided
    • 17/8/1910 - Carr to Alice Maria Fry wife of Alfred Bertram Fry bootmaker Mt Barker
    • 35a GAWLER ST
    • Sub-division (a) - next to Bells
      • LTO 847/59
      • 27/9/1950 - Fry to Kenneth David Bell storekeeper Mt Barker
      • 30/9/1967 - KD Bell died. Executor Executor Trustee & Agency Co of SA Ltd, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide
      • 3/11/1970 - Executor to John Hooper Bell farmer Murray Bridge, James Dawson Bell clerk Prospect, Walter Reginald Bell retired Woodville West
      • 13/12/1973 - Bells to David Vicars Boyd manager Mt Barker and Helen Margaret, his wife.
      • 24/7/1974 - Boyd to Harry Maxwell Carr farmer 1 Dunn Rd, Mt Barker
      • 22/1/1985 - Carr to Norman Marston Pty Ltd & Peter Marston Pty Ltd Mann St, Mt Barker.
    • 37 GAWLER ST
    • Sub-division (b) - next on from Marston
      • LTO 847/60
      • Lawrance Wright Carr
      • 30/5/1932 - LW Carr died.  Executors Emma Carr widow and Harold Edmund Carr carpenter Mt Barker
      • LTO 1619/133
      • 23/8/1933 - Executors to Emma Carr
      • 23/8/1933 - Carr to Harold Edmund Carr carpenter Mt Barker and Evelyn Myrtle Fry married woman Mt Barker
      • 23/8/1933 - Life lease to Emma Carr
      • 13/12/1935 - Emma Carr died.
      • 11/4/1957 - Evelyn Myrtle Fry died.  Alan Lawrence Fry executor.
      • 2/4/1958 - One undivided moiety to FT Marston newspaper proprietor Mt B and Floris Merle Kinson Marston, his wife
      • 22/10/1962 - Harold Edmund Carr died.  Executor Harry Maxwell Carr bus operator McLaren St, Mt Barker
      • 16/5/1972 - Executor to Harry Maxwell Carr and Robert Douglas Carr 1a Stephen St, Mt Barker bus operator, as tenants in common one undivided moiety.
      • Metric title 4051/740
    • 39 GAWLER - as above.
  • 41 GAWLER ST - Application 3172 -
  • Subdivision 3
    • 12/9/1851 - JJ Bonnar to George Crutchett tailor Mt Barker £25 (with part lot 47 as well).  He mortgaged heavily to raise money for his building schemes.

    • 27/4/1854 - JJ Bonnar to George Crutchett tailor Mt Barker - adjoining to the east, but only part of Lot 48 £20.

    • 27/4/1854 - George Crutchett had put his eastern wall 4.5” onto JJ Bonnar’s land.  ‘The said JJ Bonnar hath acceded in consideration of the said George Crutchett granting unto the said John James Bonnar the right to use the wall of the said messnage tenement or shop of the said George Crutchett as above described for the purpose of forming one side of a messnage now being erected by the said JJ Bonnar on the said freehold land as aforesaid. …  The said George Crutchett herby grants unto the said JJ Bonnar his heirs and assigns for ever free right to use and build into against and upon the wall of the said messnage tenement or shop so built as aforesaid.'

    • 11/5/1861 - George Crutchett bankrupt.  Property to National Bank of Australasia, Adelaide £300.  Some papers lost.

    • 25/6/1862 - RPA:  National Bank of Australasia.  Value £700.  Thomas Kemp, a watchmaker was renting the land to the west at this stage.

    • LTO 32/171

    • 24/7/1875 - Bank to Joseph White baker Adelaide.  He went broke.

    • 8/6/1877 - Creditors William Kay and John Soutar present trustees to City Permanent Building and Investment Society to Mary Ann Pascoe widow Kanmantoo

    • 26/8/1883 - MA Pascoe died.  Patrick O’Neil storekeeper Kanmantoo and Francis Tuckfield Cornelius auctioneer Mt Barker trustees.

    • 28/2/1896 - FT Cornelius died.

    • 9/9/1898 - P O’Neill to Robert Murray baker and Frederick William Ellis storekeeper’s assistant Mt Barker

    • 6/7/1905 - R Murray died.

    • 17/11/1906 - FW Ellis to FW Ellis Council Clerk and William Robert Murray storekeeper’s assistant Mt Barker

    • 1/5/1911 - 7 year lease to William Torrance Paterson

    • 8/1/1935 - Ellis and Murray to John Joseph Hardman Howard hairdresser Mt Barker and Elizabeth Hannah Ethel Howard, his wife.

    • 29/4/1952 - JJH Howard transferred his interest in the land to his wife.

    • 24/11/1961 - Howard to Clifford Roy Bolto and Florence Maud Bolto greengrocers Littlehampton

    • 22/6/1973 - to Claretasha Edwina Launer home duties Clarence House, nea Mt Barker

    • LTO 4062/924 Metric Title.
    • Application 860 - between Crutchett and the O’Brien Trust properties.
    • 10/2/1853 - John James Bonnar to Andrew Brakenridge gentleman Mt Torrens £200
    • 20/6/1853 - Andrew Brakenridge gentleman Mt Barker to James Pillans Bonnar £230.  James Pillans Bonnar was a brother of John James Bonnar and had come to SA with a ‘certain sum of money entrusted to him by the mutual family and relatives’ for the benefit of JJ Bonnar.  By 1857, JP Bonnar had gone to Lexton Burnbank, near Ballarat Vic. 
    • [This must be the allotment on which ‘the writing chambers of Richard Bullock Andrews and Alfred Bonnin situate’ in the 1850s.  Check where the chambers were.]
    • 21/5/1857 - JP Bonnar to JJ Bonnar 10/-.  Held in trust by DJ O’Brien and Thomas Lambert.
    • 7/11/1859 - RPA:  JJ Bonnar.
    • LTO 10/3
    • 1/1/1861 - 7 year lease to Ann Fickling, Eliza Fickling, Margaret Fickling at £55 a year, payable quarterly.  JJ Bonnar also mortgaged the land.
    • 6/7/1876 - Mortgage: JJ Bonnar to John Cheriton, the creditors.
    • Cheriton sub-divided again
    • 43 GAWLER ST - Subdivision A
      • 19/4/1877 - John Cheriton to Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker
      • LTO 248/233
      • 27/5/1932 - Louis von Doussa died.  His son, Stanley Bowman von Doussa solicitor Mannum inherited.
      • 24/3/1953 - SB von Doussa died.  Herbert Williams and William Louis von Doussas executors.
      • The executors sub-divided:
      • Sub-division C
        • LTO 2433/141
        • 11/1/1956 - Executors to Cecil Farrington Jackson spinster Mt Barker
        • 11/4/1957 - Jackson to Douglas Chester Wilkinson and Dale Elton Weedman pharmacists Mt Barker
        • 3/1/1965 - 3 year lease to Wendy Ann Lee
        • 26/2/1965 - The pair to Wendy Ann Lee
        • LTO 4192/657 Metric title.
      • Sub-division D
        • LTO 2433/140
        • 6/5/1975 - William Louis von Doussa died.  John William von Doussa the executor.
        • The executor subdivided the land
        • Executor to JW von Doussa, Gay Mitford von Doussa, Wendy Louise West
        • LTO 4192/658 Metric title.
      • Sub-division E
        • 30/9/1981 - Executor to Wendy Ann Lee
        • LTO 4192/657 Metric title.
    • 45 GAWLER ST - Sub-division B
      • 19/4/1877 - Cheriton to James Trego Williams
      • LTO 248/232
      • 15/2/1888 - Williams to William Henry Rundle Rangoon Burma India
      • 8/5/1888 - WH Rundle died Rangoon.  Left land to David Sinclair MD Inspector General of Prisons Burma India
      • 12/4/1900 - Sinclair to Lawrence Wright Carr carpenter Mt Barker
      • 27/5/1907 - Carr to Helen Clifford Tregoning, wife of Methusela Prisk Tregoning chemist Mt Barker
      • 5/5/1909 - Tregoning to Inkerman Farrington Jackson retired Mt Barker
      • 13/4/1909 - Lease to Thomas Wesley Wilkinson 5 years
      • 6/2/1914 - Lease transfer to Arthur Douglas Wilkinson chemist Mt Barker
      • LTO 1129/80
      • 13/4/1919 - 5 year lease to Arthur Douglas Wilkinson
      • 26/10/1924 - IF Jackson died.  His widow, Florence Catherine Jackson inherited.
      • 13/9/1932 - 2 year lease to Edith Mary Stuart Wilkinson
      • 13/9/1934 - Lease transferred to Douglas Chester Wilkinson
      • 28/10/1946 - FC Jackson died.
      • Cecil Farrington Jackson inherited.
      • He sub-divided this land.
      • Sub-division A
        • LTO 2433/140
        • 11/1/1956 - CF Jackson to William Louis von Doussa
        • 6/5/1975 - William Louis von Doussa died.  John William von Doussa the executor.
        • The executor subdivided the land
        • Executor to JW von Doussa, Gay Mitford von Doussa, Wendy Louise West
        • LTO 4192/658 Metric title.
      • Sub-division C
        • 30/9/1981 - Executor to Wendy Ann Lee
        • LTO 4192/657 Metric title.
      • Sub-division B
      • LTO 2433/141
      • 11/4/1957 - Jackson to Douglas Chester Wilkinson and Dale Elton Weedman pharmacists Mt Barker
      • 3/1/1965 - 3 year lease to Wendy Ann Lee
      • 26/2/1965 - The pair to Wendy Ann Lee
      • LTO 4192/657 Metric title. FINISHED.
  • Application 22927 - one up from the Gawler St-Hutchinson St corner
  • Sub-division 4 -
    • 29/3/1851 - JJ Bonnar to Michael O’Brien RC Incumbent Mt Barker
    • 1/1/1855 - 99 year lease of the property ‘that piece of land on which is erected a schoolhouse (as now in the occupation of Mr James Pillans Bonnar) being portion of allotments of land numbered respectively 48 and 47 - a right angled part going back to the right-of-way, to Henry Hooper merchant Mt Barker, at £30 pa.  H Hooper had to pay ‘all rates, taxes, assessments or impositions which now are or at any time during the said term hereby granted shall be rated taxed assessed or imposed on the said premises’.
    • Hooper rented the land behind the school building erected on this site.  [Hooper Insolvent in 1857.  Did Roderick McKenzie rent this after Henry Hooper went Out?]
    • 13/4/1883 - DJ O’Brien surrendered property in SA to the trustees, HH Dollman and FM O’Brien.
    • 8/8/1887 - Land transferred to HH Dollman and FM O’Brien, and freed from trust.
    • 17/6/1895 - RPA:  Francis Michael O’Brien and Henry Herbert Dollman civil servants Adelaide.  Title in their names.
    • LTO 604/161
    • 1/1/1898 - Alfred Sexton 14 year lease
    • 1/2/1902 - Underlease from A Sexton to Frederick Paltridge 9 years 11 months
    • 1/1/1902 - Mary Paltridge 7 year lease
    • 27/4/1905 - Sexton transferred lease to Thomas Colling Paltridge, Richard Colling Paltridge, Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker.
    • 27/6/1906 - The Paltridges to Louis von Doussa solicitor Mt Barker underlease.
    • O’Brien and Dollman sub-divided
    • 27/7/1910 - O’Brien and Dollman to Louis von Doussa
    • Louis von Doussa sub-divided.
    • Sub-division A
    • 47 GAWLER ST.
      • LTO 841/54
      • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden DuttonNo transaction
      • LTO 843/174
      • 25/9/1911 - 3 year Lease to Albert Victor Knott
      • 25/9/1914 - 3 year lease to Charles Ernest Rice
      • 16/7/1921 - Von Doussa to John Joseph Hardman Howard hairdresser Mt Barker
      • 16/3/1958 - JJHHoward died. Herbert Williams accountant and William Louis von Doussa executors.
      • 30/1/1959 - Executors to William Jack Howard hairdresser Mt Barker
      • 18/11/1971 - Howard to Brian Frederick Menz newsagent Mt Barker and Betty Gwendoline, his wife.
      • 22/3/1977 - Menz to William Henry Carlier and Roma Hilda, his wife, both of Brentwood Park, Mt Barker
      • 30/6/1982 - Carlier to Cleggett brothers Pty Ltd of Leonard Rd, Hahndorf
      • 4261/945 - Metric title
    • Sub-division B
    • 49 GAWLER ST
      • LTO 899/143
      • 27/7/1910 - Louis von Doussa to Thomas, Richard and Samuel Paltridge.
      • 24/11/1916 - Paltridges to T Paltridge and Sons Ltd
      • 11/4/1928 - Paltridge to Henry Bruce Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker
      • 6/2/1952 - HB Chapman died.  Ida Florence Pearl Chapman widow and Jack Dudley Chapman business manager Mt Barker the executors.
      • 1/2/1962 - Karl Heinz Oelsner and Ingeborg Helene, his wife 5 year lease
      • 2/2/1970 - Elizabeth Jean Carr 3 year lease.  Extended to 1996.
      • The following is now 51 Gawler St.
      • 1/10/1966 - Douglas Craawford Chapman and Bronte John Chapman 7 year lease.
      • Extensions of both leases.
      • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton15/6/1975 - Ida Florence Pearl Chapman died.
      • 16/12/1975 - To Bronte John Chapman
      • 16/10/1978 - Chapman to Wilfred Stanley Justin and Elaine Margaret Justin contractors and share farmers Kangarilla & Wendy Jane Ewens hairdresser Hampden Rd, Mt Barker lease.
      • EJ Carr lease still going.
      • LTO 4192/509 Metric title.
  • Application 1426 - corner of Gawler St and Hutchinson St.3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 51 GAWLER ST
  • Sub-division 5 -
    • 14/4/1851 - JJ Bonnar to Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker £50 - the whole Gawler St/Hutchinson St corner.
    • 28/3/1857 - Henry Hooper insolvent.
    • 15/7/185 - 7 Property sold by auction in Adelaide, including portion of Lot 73, on the Adelaide road corner.  Bernhard Amsberg merchant Adelaide the buyer for £362. Michael Amsberg merchant of Gilles Arcade, Adelaide, was a first cousin and co-partner in the Amsberg business.
    • 15/5/1860 - RPA:  Bernhard Amsberg merchant Adelaide.  Value not stated.
    • LTO 14/26
    • 17/7/1860 - Amsberg to Alfred Cleve merchant Melbourne, Vic
    • 18/7/1860 - Cleve to John Parkin draper Mt Barker £170
    • LTO 14/113
    • 1/1/1864 - 7 year lease to James Noblett Taylor draper Mt Barker at £71/10/- a year.  He surrendered lease 2/12/1864.
    • 1/12/1865 - Parkin to William Wood draper Mt Barker £450
    • LTO 76/140
    • 1/2/1866 - 21 year lease to William Alfred Wood draper Mt Barker at £50 a year.
    • LTO 97/250
    • 5/3/1867 - W Wood Senr bankrupt.  Creditor Richard Gimbert Wilkinson gent Adelaide acquired the property.
    • 11/12/1869 - WA Wood surrendered his lease.
    • 9/3/1871 - Wilkinson to James Thomas Walker shoemaker Mt Barker
    • 29/6/1876 - Walker to Alfred Sexton shoemaker Callington
    • 27/4/1905 - Sexton to TC Paltridge, RC Paltridge, Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker as tenants in common
    • 24/1/1916 - Paltridges as T Paltridge & Sons Ltd
    • 11/4/1928 - Paltridge to Henry Bruce Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker
    • 6/2/1952 - HB Chapman died.  Ida Florence Pearl Chapman widow and Jack Dudley Chapman business manager Mt Barker the executors.
    • 15/6/1975 - Ida Florence Pearl Chapman died.
    • 16/12/1975 - Executors to Bronte John Chapman accountant 53 Gawler St, Mt Barker.
    • LTO 4193/703
    • Metric title.
    • Application 15096 - Hutchinson St against TA 47.
    • 14/4/1851 - JJ Bonnar to Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker £35 - the whole Gawler St/Hutchinson St corner.
    • Henry Hooper sub-divided again and sold Mrs Brakenridge the portion at the rear facing Hutchinson St.
    • 13/11/1852 - Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker to Mary Brakenridge widow Mt Barker £21.
    • 8/6/1875 - Mary Brakenridge widow Mt Barker to Hartley Dixon Mt Barker £275, with part of TA 47 facing Hutchinson St.
    • 5/5/1876 - RPA:  Hartley Dixon Mt Barker, in possession.  Value £320.  Title to be made out to Richard Andrews gentleman Mt Barker.
    • LTO 231/125
    • R Andrews sub-divided again:
    • Sub-division A - part lot 48.
      • 29/1/1877 - Andrews to Alfred Sexton shoemaker Callington
      • LTO 244/159
      • 27/4/1905 - Sexton to TC Paltridge, RC Paltridge, Samuel Lee Paltridge tanners Mt Barker as tenants in common
      • 24/1/1916 - Paltridges as T Paltridge & Sons Ltd
      • 11/4/1928 - Paltridges to HB Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker
      • Chapman HB & Ida etc
      • 16/12/1975 - Executors to Bronte John Chapman accountant 53 Gawler St, Mt Barker.
      • LTO 4193/704
      • Metric title.
    • Sub-division B - part lot 47.
      • 22/7/1878 - Andrews to Elizabeth Eliza Sisson widow Mt Barker
      • LTO 284/9
      • 9/7/1883 - EE Sisson to Robert Murray baker Mt Barker
      • 6/7/1905 - R Murray died.
      • 10/10/1905 - Elizabeth Ellen Murray inherited.
      • 1/5/1911 - 7 year lease to William Torrance Paterson
      • 29/9/1921 - Murray to Alfred Henry Monks, William Robert Murray, James Jervois Shoebridge agents Mt Barker as tenants in common
      • 28/3/1922 - AH Monks transferred his third share to the others.
      • 26/8/1922 - The others to Charles Milton Adey accountant Mt Barker
      • 18/8/1927 - CM Adey made the property out to himself and wife, Eleanor Elizabeth Adey
      • 19/11/1927 - CM Adey died.
      • LTO 1777/56
      • 1/7/1941 - EE Adey to Edith Thompson married woman Mt Barker
      • 3/9/1958 - E Thompson to Stanley George Thompson, Carlyle Garfield Thompson, Kenneth Charles Thompson bakers Mt Barker
      • 5/9/1976 - SG Thompson died.
      • 27/7/1977 - The Thompsons to Michael Duffield land salesman Hahndorf and Roman Rolf Biedrzycki land salesman Crafers
      • 11/11/1981 - D & B to Hillier Transport Pty Ltd 53 Gawler St, Mt Barker
      • LTO 5063/433 Metric title.

Allotment 49 - (1390; 14/173)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 12/6/1849 - To Henry Appleton farmer Mt Barker £80, for lots 37, 39, 40, 49.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 10/5/1860 - RPA:  Appleton.  Value £400, for lots 6, 37, 39, 40, 49.  Title to Appleton.
  • 14/173  -  Henry Appleton sub-divided the allotment.
    • 13/8/1860 - To Owen Smith tallow chandler Mt Barker £50.
    • 15/17
    • 6/9/1860 - O Smith mortgaged his land and became a bankrupt. The South Eastern District Permanent Building and Investment Society sold the land.
    • 2/9/1869 - to Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker.
    • 135/93
    • 26/7/1872 - He mortgaged his land to John Paltridge of Mt Barker.  J Paltridge sold the land, but no mention of McKenzie’s being a bankrupt.
    • 25/11/1875 - To Edward Alger post master Pt Adelaide.
    • 5/6/1895 - To William Atkinson butcher Mt Barker.
    • 11/9/1906 - To Emily Atkinson wife of Charles Harvey Atkinson butcher Mt Barker.  She mortgaged her land to the Bank of Australasia, and apparently became bankrupt.  The Bank sold the land.
    • 31/8/1910 - To William Atkinson gentleman Mt Barker.
    • 21/8/1910 - To Christina Isabel Coventry wife of James Francis Coventry fruiterer Mt Barker.
    • 22/11/1955 - CI Coventry died.  Her executor transferred the land.
    • 10/10/1957 - To Herbert Roy Fidock out of business Mt Barker and Ethel May Fidock his wife.
    • 24/1/1967 - Name altered to Henry Roy Fidock.
    • 3677/169
    • 20/8/1977 -  HR Fidock died.
    • 4206/986 Current title.

Allotment 50 - (12336; 171/206)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 21/3/1853 - To Agnes Curl spinster Mt Barker £30, for lot 50 alone.
  • 1/3/1858 - To John Paltridge agent Mt Barker £40.  Agnes Curl now wife of William Phillips Esquire West St, Mill Brook, Cornwall, England.
  • 3/8/1872 - RPA:  Paltridge. Value £100.  Title to Paltridge.  Weekly tenant Harry Hunt.