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. 151 to 210)

Allotment 151 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 152 - (200; 4/59, 60)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £400, for lots 117, 152, 200, 209.
  • 19/1/1859 - RPA:  Cornelius and Stone.  Value £700.  Title to the applicants.

Allotment 153 - (17762; 326/77)

  • 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 the Special Survey township lots equally between them.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 4/12/1858 - To William Blunden labourer Mt Barker £20/5/-.
  • 14/2/1877 - To Reuben Pope carrier Mt Barker £80.
  • 23/12/1879 - RPA:  Pope, now farmer.  Value £95.  Title to Henry Pope innkeeper Sturt St, Adelaide.  Weekly tenant George Love the Younger.

Allotment 154 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 155 - (18493; 362/18)

  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 30/4/1859 - To Henry Blunden labourer Mt Barker £20.
  • 1/4/1878 - To Reuben Pope farmer Mt Barker £140.
  • 23/12/1879 - RPA:  Pope.  Value £95.  Title to Pope.  Weekly tenant Charles Pope.

Allotment 156 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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 157 - (19085; 398/57)

  • 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.
  • 21/6/1858 - To Thomas Jones labourer Mt Barker £30.
  • 26/7/1871 - Thomas Jones labourer Mt Barker Flat died.  He left his estate to his wife, Sarah. Estate worth £100.
  • 17/3/1882 - RPA:  Sarah Jones.  Value £70.  Title to Jones.  Weekly tenant Caleb Gilbert.

Allotment 158 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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 159 - (24504; 701/37)

  • 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 Special Survey township lots equally.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 28/11/1858 - To Richard Watts stone mason Mt Barker £20/10/-.
  • 20/3/1863 - Richard Watts labourer Mt Barker, died intestate of old age, aged 63.  His widow continued to live on the site until her own death.
  • 5/3/1875 - Sarah Watts widow of Richard Watts stone mason Mt Barker, died of dysentery, aged 65.
  • 20/11/1902 - Walter James Watts farmer Pt Pirie stated, he was 62 and one of the children of Richard Watts and his wife, Sarah, nee Davis.  The Richard Watts married in the Clerkenwall parish church, Middlesex, England (no date given).  Family - Alfred John Watts born 18/8/1839.  Walter James Watts born 24/12/1841; Emily Jane Watts born 13/7/1843; Rebecca Sarah Watts born 10/12/1847; now the wife of George Cameron blacksmith Mt Barker.
  • 22/11/1902 - RPA:  Alfred John Watts mason Wallaroo, as heir at law.  Value £40.  Title to AJ Watts.

Allotment 160 - (15737; 248/)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 161 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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 162 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 163 - (15654; 245/94)

  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 3/8/1852 - To Alexander Tolmer Esquire Adelaide £20.
  • 21/12/1876 - RPA:  Tolmer, now gentleman Robe.  Value £15.  Title to James Garden Ramsay gentleman Mt Barker.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 164 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 165 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse  Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 166 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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 Macfarlanr 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 167 - (9986; 133/43)

  • 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.
  • 2/1/1869 - To Benjamin Callaway painter Mt Barker £20.
  • 29/5/1869 - RPA:  Callaway.  Value £20.  Title to Callaway.

Allotment 168 - (8189; 99/237)

  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 18/8/1859 - To Richard Cornelius miner Paringa Mine £40/10/-, for lots 150, 168.
  • 13/3/1867 - RPA:  Cornelius now Mt Barker.  Value £1,000, with other land in the district.  Title to Cornelius.  Unnamed tenants.

Allotment 169 - (14155; 209/234)

  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 1/2/1859 - To Thomas Good draper Mt Barker £20.  John Smith flour miller Mt Barker had waived his right to purchase.
  • 15/4/1875 - RPA:  Good, now Adelaide.  Value £20.  Title to Edwin Daw butcher Mt Barker.  The Messrs Daw occupied the land.

Allotment 170 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.
  • Edward Teague purchased Lots 170 & 171 on 26 Oct 1866 from Henry Hobhouse Turton, CT 82/210.  He purchased Lot 172 from Charlotte Da Silva Dutton on 29 Oct 1866, CT 65/99.  He brought the three Lots together under a single title, CT 93/53, dated 13 Nov 1866.  [Kaye Schofield - July 2019]

Allotment 171 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.
  • Edward Teague purchased Lots 170 & 171 on 26 Oct 1866 from Henry Hobhouse Turton, CT 82/210.  He purchased Lot 172 from Charlotte Da Silva Dutton on 29 Oct 1866, CT 65/99.  He brought the three Lots together under a single title, CT 93/53, dated 13 Nov 1866.  [Kaye Schofield - July 2019]

Allotment 172 - (5900; 65/99)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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, for lots 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.  Value £250.  Land unoccupied.
  • Edward Teague purchased Lots 170 & 171 on 26 Oct 1866 from Henry Hobhouse Turton, CT 82/210.  He purchased Lot 172 from Charlotte Da Silva Dutton on 29 Oct 1866, CT 65/99.  He brought the three Lots together under a single title, CT 93/53, dated 13 Nov 1866.  [Kaye Schofield - July 2019]

Allotment 173 - (16124; 264/71)

  • 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.
  • 20/10/1854 - To Catherine Hughes widow Mt Barker £40.
  • 4/10/1866 - Catherine Hughes widow Macclesfield, died of old age, aged 73.
  • 17/11/1860 - To the Rev’d Michael O’Brien Roman Catholic clergyman Mt Barker, in trust for Catherine Hughes for life, and then to her daughter, Mary, wife of Peter Ryan yeoman Mt Barker, ‘out of natural love and affection’.
  • 30/7/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ryan widow Adelaide.  Value £200, for lots 173, 174.  Title to Ryan.  Weekly tenant Bridget Gower of Mt Barker.

Allotment 174 - (16124; 264/71)

  • 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.
  • 15/7/1862 - To Peter Ryan gentleman Adelaide £100.  He mortgaged his land to Daniel Joseph O’Brien solicitor formerly of Adelaide, but now of parts beyond the sea, for £58/7/-, on 16/7/1862, for 6 years at 12% a year.  His wife bought the land to prevent a default in his deceased estate.
  • 5/11/1874 - To Mary Ryan widow Adelaide £70
  • 30/7/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ryan widow Adelaide.  Value £200, for lots 173, 174.  Title to Ryan.  Weekly tenant Bridget Gower of Mt Barker.

Allotment 175 done

3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton

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.

 

15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.

 

Allotment 176 - (15737; 248/)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 177 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 178 - (7729; 93/448), (8095; 98/210).

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • He sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 7729 - the north-western moiety
    • 30/9/1854 - To Robert Horsell yeoman Mt Barker £48.
    • 12/8/1856 - To James Love brickmaker Mt Barker £150.
    • 21/8/1866 - RPA:  Love. Value £150.  Title to Love.  He occupied the land.
  • Application 8095 - the south-eastern moiety
    • 30/9/1854 - To William Rundle yeoman Mt Barker £75/15/7.
    • 14/1/1867 - RPA:  Rundle now farmer.  Value £400, for lots 60, 89, and pt lot 178.  Title to Rundle.

Allotment 179 - (8861; 114/228)

  • 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.
  • 2/10/1855 - To George Uphill innkeeper Mt Barker £315, for lots 179, 180.  He mortgaged his Mt Barker land for £500 to James Ballantyne Manford, who died 28/2/1859, before the mortgage was repaid.  Uphill defaulted when the land was in trust.  Manford’s widow Mary Ann Monford of Adelaide, and his executors, Robert Thomson saddler King William St, Adelaide, Margaret Monford spinster Glasgow, Scotland and Joseph Stilling merchant Adelaide forclosed and sold the property.
  • 24/9/1859 - To William Rounsevell livery stable keeper Adelaide £500, for various land in Mt Barker.
  • 4/6/1869 - RPA:  Rounsevell, now gentleman.  Value £600, for various land in and near Mt Barker (Lots 179-182 Mt Barker and pt section 4441 (northern part) on the road to Nairne).  Title to Henry Hill, WB Rounsevell, Peleg Whitford Jackson, and Jasper Bingham Meigs, as joint tenants.

Allotment 180 - (8861; 114/228)

  • 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.
  • 2/10/1855 - To George Uphill innkeeper Mt Barker £315, for lots 179, 180.  He mortgaged his Mt Barker land for £500 to James Ballantyne Manford, who died 28/2/1859, before the mortgage was repaid.  Uphill defaulted when the land was in trust. Manford’s widow Mary Ann Monford of Adelaide, and his executors, Robert Thomson saddler King William St, Adelaide, Margaret Monford spinster Glasgow, Scotland and Joseph Stilling merchant Adelaide foreclosed and sold the property.
  • 24/9/1859 - To William Rounsevell livery stable keeper Adelaide £500, for various land in Mt Barker.
  • 4/6/1869 - RPA:  Rounsevell, now gentleman.  Value £600, for various land in and near Mt Barker (Lots 179-182 Mt Barker and pt section 4441 (northern part) on the road to Nairne).  Title to Henry Hill, WB Rounsevell, Peleg Whitford Jackson, and Jasper Bingham Meigs, as joint tenants.

Allotment 181 - (8861; 114/228)

  • 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.
  • 28/4/1855 - To Charles Masters farmer Mt Barker £300, for lots 181, 182.
  • 26/5/1855 - To George Uphill licensed victualler Mt Barker £600, for lots 181, 182.  He mortgaged his Mt Barker land for £500 to James Ballantyne Manford, who died 28/2/1859, before the mortgage was repaid.  Uphill defaulted when the land was in trust.  Manford’s widow Mary Ann Monford of Adelaide, and his executors, Robert Thomson saddler King William St, Adelaide, Margaret Monford spinster Glasgow, Scotland and Joseph Stilling merchant Adelaide forclosed and sold the property.
  • 24/9/1859 - To William Rounsevell livery stable keeper Adelaide £500, for various land in Mt Barker.
  • 4/6/1869 - RPA:  Rounsevell, now gentleman.  Value £600, for various land in and near Mt Barker (Lots 179-182 Mt Barker and pt section 4441 (northern part) on the road to Nairne).  Title to Henry Hill, WB Rounsevell, Peleg Whitford Jackson, and Jasper Bingham Meigs, as joint tenants.

Allotment 182 - (8861; 114/228)

  • 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.
  • 28/4/1855 - To Charles Masters farmer Mt Barker £300, for lots 181, 182.
  • 26/5/1855 - To George Uphill licensed victualler Mt Barker £600, for lots 181, 182.  He mortgaged his Mt Barker land for £500 to James Ballantyne Manford, who died 28/2/1859, before the mortgage was repaid.  Uphill defaulted when the land was in trust. Manford’s widow Mary Ann Monford of Adelaide, and his executors, Robert Thomson saddler King William St, Adelaide, Margaret Monford spinster Glasgow, Scotland and Joseph Stilling merchant Adelaide forclosed and sold the property.
  • 24/9/1859 - To William Rounsevell livery stable keeper Adelaide £500, for various land in Mt Barker.
  • 4/6/1869 - RPA:  Rounsevell, now gentleman.  Value £600, for various land in and near Mt Barker (Lots 179-182 Mt Barker and pt section 4441 (northern part) on the road to Nairne).  Title to Henry Hill, WB Rounsevell, Peleg Whitford Jackson, and Jasper Bingham Meigs, as joint tenants.

Allotment 183 - (3425; 37/30)

  • 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.
  • 23/5/1853 - To Benjamin Fuller carpenter Mt Barker £80, for lots 28, 183.
  • 25/9/1862 - RPA:  Fuller.  Value £400, for lots 183, 184.  Title to Fuller.  He occupied the land.

Allotment 184 - (3425; 37/30)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 17/3/1857 - To Benjamin Fuller carpenter Mt Barker £86, for lot 184 alone.
  • 25/9/1862 - RPA:  Fuller.  Value £400, for lots 183, 184.  Title to Fuller.  He occupied the land.

Allotment 185 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 186 - (5900; 65/99)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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, for lots 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.  Value £250.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 187 - (5900; 65/99)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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, for lots 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.  Value £250.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 188 - (10218; 138/4)

  • 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.
  • 3/8/1852 - To William Diprose carpenter Mt Barker £53.
  • 23/11/1852 - To Thomas Simmunds miner Mt Barker £100.  He mortgaged to the South-Eastern Districts Permanent Building and Investment Society, and became bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 10/8/1869 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £100.  Title to Thomas Halbert labourer Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 189 - (21523; 528/181)

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.

16/5/1854 - To Samuel Freeman farmer Mt Barker £120, for lots 189, 190.  He mortgaged his land and became bankrupt to an assigned mortgage to William Whitfield schoolmaster Oakbank.  Whitfield kept the land.

William Whitfield died. His widow, Barbara Whitfield, inherited the property.

[FIND c1888 Barbara Whitfield widow Mannum died]. Her executors, Robert Thomson JP Cournamont and James Gray Whitfield storekeeper Oakbank, sold the land.

17/12/1888 - RPA:  The executors.  Value £150, for lots 189, 190.  Title to Octavius Weld medical practitioner Mt Barker.

 

Allotment 190 - (21523; 528/181)

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.

16/5/1854 - To Samuel Freeman farmer Mt Barker £120, for lots 189, 190.  He mortgaged his land and became bankrupt to an assigned mortgage to William Whitfield schoolmaster Oakbank.  Whitfield kept the land.

William Whitfield died. His widow, Barbara Whitfield, inherited the property.

FIND c1888 Barbara Whitfield widow Mannum died. Her executors, Robert Thomson JP Cournamont and James Gray Whitfield storekeeper Oakbank, sold the land.

17/12/1888 - RPA The executorss. Value £150, for lots 189, 190. Title to Octavius Weld medical practitioner Mt Barker.

 

Allotment 191 - (3382; 35/127)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 6/12/1844 - To George John William Stevenson, son of George Stevenson Esquire North Adelaide, ‘in consideration of divers good services rendered by the said George Stevenson the father of the said GJW Stevenson to Dutton, MacFarlane and Finnis, in the laying out of such town and suburban allotments and in consideration of his advice and cooperation therein and for other good causes and considerations them thereunto moving … an absolute gift’.
  • 15/9/1862 - RPA:  Stevenson.  Value £20.  Title to Arthur Coventry farmer Hahndorf.  Weekly tenant Samuel Freeman.

Allotment 192 - (14064; 205/42)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 9/12/1844 - To Charles Mann the Younger, son of Charles Mann the Elder Esquire Adelaide, ‘in consideration of of divers good services rendered by the said Charles Mann, the father of the said Charles Mann the Elder to Dutton, MacFarlane and Finnis, in the laying out of such town and suburban allotments and in consideration of his advice and cooperation therein and for other good causes and considerations them thereunto moving … an absolute gift’.
  • 27/1/1875 - RPA:  Charles Mann MP of Adelaide.  Value £50.  Title to George James William Freeman miller of the Sturt.  Weekly tenant Freeman the Elder.

Allotment 193 - (5900; 65/99)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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, for lots 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.  Value £250.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 194 - (5900; 65/99)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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, for lots 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.  Value £250.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 195 - (15934; 253/213)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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.
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 14/12/1855 - To John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker £200, for lots 195, 196.  He mortgaged the land to the Strathalbyn Permanent Land Building and Investment Society for £198 at repayment of 16/- a week, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 25/4/1877 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £90, for lots 195, 196.  Title to Octavius Weld physician and surgeon Mt Barker.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 196 - (15934; 253/213)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richards Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 14/12/1855 - To John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker £200, for lots 195, 196.  He mortgaged the land to the Strathalbyn Permanent Land Building and Investment Society for £198 at repayment of 16/- a week, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 25/4/1877 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £90, for lots 195, 196.  Title to Octavius Weld physician and surgeon Mt Barker.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 197 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 198 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 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.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 199 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 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.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Broughton 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.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 200 - (200; 4/59, 60)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 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.
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £400, for lots 117, 152, 200, 206, 209.
  • 19/1/1859 - RPA:  Cornelius and Stone.  Value £700.  Title to the applicants.

Allotment 201 - (7528; 90/113)

  • 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.
  • 15/11/1855 - To William Llewellan Williams (sometimes called William Williams) blacksmith Mt Barker £117/15/6, for lots 201, 204.
  • 9/5/1866 - RPA:  Williams.  Value £223, for lot 201 and pt lot 204.  Title to William Barker draper Mt Barker.  Williams could not write.

Allotment 202 - (6873; 78/169)

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.

29/3/1858 - To George Uphill innkeeper Mt Barker £300.

29/5/1858 - To James Ballantyne Manford merchant Adelaide £510 mortgage at 20% for a year, for various land in Mt Barker.

FIND c1859 JB Manford wine merchant Kent Town died before Uphill had paid back the mortgage. Manford left his estate equally to his wife, Mary Ann, and his sister Margaret Anderson Manford spinster Glasgow, Scotland, later wife of James Gardiner gunsmith Glasgow, then of HM 91st Regiment of Foot, presently residing in Spa Will Aughnachery, Co Tyrone, Ireland.  The Gardiners authorised the sale of their half of the inherited mortgage.

8/6/1860 - To Peter Cumming merchant Adelaide, management of the property with power of sale.

FIND c1860 Mary Ann Manfold widow Adelaide died. She left her estate to her father, Henry Briggs no description.  G Uphill became a bankrupt about this time.

30/10/1865 - RPA Briggs dispenser Adelaide and Peter Cumming gent Adelaide, the inheritors, as mortgagees exercising power of sale. Value £80, for lot 202 and pt lot 203. Title to Briggs and Cumming.

 

Allotment 203 - (6873; 90/113), (22132; 553/119)

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.

29/3/1858 - To George Uphill innkeeper Mt Barker £300.

29/5/1858 - To James Ballantyne Manford merchant Adelaide £510 mortgage at 20% for a year, for various land in Mt Barker.

FIND c1859 JB Manford wine merchant Kent Town died before Uphill had paid back the mortgage.  Manford left his estate equally to his wife, Mary Ann, and his sister Margaret Anderson Manford spinster Glasgow, Scotland, later wife of James Gardiner gunsmith Glasgow, then of HM 91st Regiment of Foot, presently residing in Spa Will Aughnachery, Co Tyrone, Ireland.  The Gardiners authorised the sale of their half of the inherited mortgage.

8/6/1860 - To Peter Cumming merchant Adelaide, management of the property with power of sale.

Application 6873

FIND c1860 Mary Ann Manford widow Adelaide died.  She left her estate to her father, Henry Briggs no description.  G Uphill became a bankrupt about this time.

30/10/1865 - RPA Briggs dispenser Adelaide and Peter Cumming gent Adelaide, the inheritors, as mortgagees exercising power of sale.  Value £80, for lot 202 and pt lot 203.  Title to Briggs and Cumming.

Application 18264 - small portion of the lot facing Hampden Road.

c1860 George Uphill must have become bankrupt about this time.  The mortgagees by inheritance sold the land.

6/7/1860 - To Walter Fuller Cook bootmaker Mt Barker £50.

17/10/1880 - RPA Cook, now clerk.  Value £300.  Title to Cook.

 

Allotment 204 - (7528; 90/113)

  • 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.
  • 15/11/1855 - To William Llewellan Williams (sometimes called William Williams) blacksmith Mt Barker £117/15/6, for lots 201, 204.  He was most likely some relative to William Brabyn Williams of Brompton.
  • Williams sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 7528 - all the allotment, except for a piece facing Hampden Road and against lot 205.
    • 9/5/1866 - RPA:  Williams.  Value £223, for lot 201 and pt lot 204.  Title to William Barker draper Mt Barker.  Williams could not write.
  • Application 22132 - small piece facing Hampden Road and against lot 205.
    • 9/5/1866 - To James Lang no description Kadina £20.
    • 13/8/1891 - RPA Lang, now auctioneer.  Value £20.  Title to Absalom Tonkin carter Mt Barker.

Allotment 205 - (23806; 652/103)

  • 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.
  • 12/8/1856 - To James Harmer tallow chandler Mt Barker £54.
  • 7/4/1869 - To Robert Peake carter Mt Barker £55. Harmer now a yeoman of Robe.
  • 12/5/1897 - To Robert Murray storekeeper Mt Barker £200.
  • 5/8/1899 - RPA:  Murray.  Value £240. T itle to William Hogarth pastoralist Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 206 - (200; 4/59, 60)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £400, for lots 117, 152, 200, 206, 209.
  • 19/1/1859 - RPA:  Cornelius and Stone.  Value £700.  Title to the applicants.

Allotment 207 - (4175; 46/17), (8836; 117/230), (10883; 148/140), (17428; 312/86), (17177; 304/133)

  • 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.
  • John Finnis sub-divided this allotment.
  • Application 4175 - Lot A facing Alexandrina Road.
    • 20/2/1855 - To Llewellyn Williams farmer Mt Barker £60.  He could not write.
    • 17/4/1860 - To Thomas Hall Junr farmer Mt Barker £100.
    • 9/6/1863 - RPA Hall. Value £100. Title to William Williams blacksmith Mt Barker.
  • Application 8836 - Lot B facing Hack St and Lot C facing Mill St.
    • 19/6/1854 - To Richard Dixon Hawkins innkeeper Crafers Inn, Mt Barker Road £60, for lot 107B.
    • 4/11/1856 - To Richard Dixon Hawkins innkeeper Crafers Inn, Mt Barker Road £15, for lot 107C.
    • 20/12/1867 - RPA:  Hawkins.  Value £40.  Title to William Walker contractor Mt Barker.  RD Hawkins occupied the ground.
  • Application 10883 - Lots D, E facing Mill St
    • 8/4/1856 - To William Wedd farmer Mt Barker £80/10/-, for 4 sub-lots in Lots 207, 208.
    • 25/7/1870 - RPA:  Wedd.  Value £40, for 4 sub-lots.  Title to William Walkom contractor Mt Barker.  Wedd occupied the land.
  • Application 17428 - Lots F, G, H facing Mill St and Adelaide Road
    • 22/11/1854 - To Luke Michael Cullen Esquire Adelaide £60, for part lots 207, 208.
    • 8/12/1854 - To Francis Murphy Roman Catholic Bishop Adelaide £65, for pts lots 207, 208.
  • Application 17177 - Lot I facing Mill St
    • 16/4/1854 - To Frederick Natt farmer Mt Barker £18.
    • 31/12/1878 - RPA:  Natt.  Value £20.  Title to Henry Beard mason Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 208 - (10883; 148/140), (17428; 312/86), (6901; 78/152), (3721; 38/170), (19179; 399/98)

  • 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.
  • John Finnis sub-divided this allotment.
  • Application 10883 - Lots B, C facing Mill St
    • 8/4/1856 - To William Wedd farmer Mt Barker £80/10/-, for 4 sub-lots in Lots 207, 208.
    • 25/7/1870 - RPA:  Wedd.  Value £40, for 4 sub-lots.  Title to William Walkom.
  • Application 17428 - Lot E facing Mill St.
    • 22/11/1854 - To Luke Michael Cullen Esquire Adelaide £60, for part lots 207, 208.
    • 8/12/1854 - To Francis Murphy Roman Catholic Bishop Adelaide £65, for pts lots 207, 208.
  • Application 6901 - Lot 8A facing Hack St
    • 21/3/1853 - To George Elder merchant, John Baker merchant, John Hector accountant all of Adelaide £5, as trustees for the Mt Barker Steam Flour Mill Company.  The joint stock Company set up in response to a public meeting of agriculturalists held at Mt Barker on 3/4/1853.  The Company directors, Henry Hooper merchant Mt Barker, John Renfrey farmer Mt Barker, John Rundle farmer Mt Barker and John Hillman farmer Nairne, mortgaged the site for £1,200 at 8% per annum, for a year, ‘for the purpose of enabling the Company to complete its operations in the erection and appointment of a steam flour mill and necessary machinery on the Company property at Mt Barker’.  Mortgage to Lachlan MacFarlane Esquire, John Gloag and William Wedd gentlemen all of Mt Barker.
    • 20/3/1855 - To John Smith flour miller Nairne £1,300, while the land was still under mortgage.
    • 27/9/1855 - To William Wedd farmer Mt Barker £650, for a half share in the property.
    • 27/9/1855 - Smith and Wedd mortgaged the property to Bartley, Bakewell and Stow for £830 at 15% for 2 years.  The following equipment was on the land - 12HP engine fixed, with boiler; two pairs of French burr stones each 4’ wide; 2 pinions and spindles for stones; two driving wheels for stones, one large shaft and drums, one dressing machine, one smut machine, shaft and drums for driving, dressing and smut machine, hoisting tackle etc.  The partners defaulted and Bartley etc sold the property.
    • 30/10/1865 - RPA:  Bartley etc.  Value £850.  Title Griffin Cant gentleman Adelaide.  He already occupied the site.
  • Application 27916 - Lot 208D facing Mill St.
    • To John Cameron farmer Mt Barker - no conveyance registered.
    • 12/7/1890 - John Cameron died intestate. Letters of administration to his wife, Priscilla Cameron.
    • 22/7/1933 - Priscilla Cameron widow Largs Bay stated:  Her husband John Cameron owned the land for many years before his death.  Linked with Lot 208E, which were fenced together around a house.  Lot 208D used to paddock the horse.  Mrs Cameron sold Lot 208E in 1891, but continued to lease out Lot 208D, which was then rented to Mr Slade.  The two Cameron sons, Harold Hartley Hannaford Cameron and Angus John McGillvray Cameron had died unmarried and intestate.  Only the widow and her unmarried daughter, Florence Myrtle Cameron, survived.  Their right to the land never contested.
    • 22/7/1933 - RPA:  Cameron.  Value £40.  Title to Florence Myrtle Cameron spinster Largs Bay.
  • Application 3721 - Lot F facing Mill St and Lot G facing Hack St.
    • 23/1/1855 - To William Wadham surveyor Adelaide £30.
    • 23/1/1857 - To Thomas Berwick yeoman Littlehampton £57.
    • 19/1/1863 - RPA:  Berwick.  Value £16.  Title to Patrick O’Brien labourer Mt Barker.  Land unoccupied.  Berwick could not write.
  • Application 19179 - Lot H facing Adelaide Road
    • 16/4/1854 - To Haken Linde tinsmith Mt Barker £16.
    • 23/5/1882 - RPA:  Linde, now gent Adelaide.  Value £70.  Title to Wilhelm Wiedemann licensed victualler Mt Barker.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 209 - (200; 4/59, 60)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £400, for lots 117, 152, 200, 206, 209.
  • 19/1/1859 - RPA:  Cornelius and Stone.  Value £700.  Title to the applicants.

Allotment 210 - (27959; 737/182)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 27959
  • 26/11/1934 - RPA:  District Council of Mt Barker.  Mann St had been extended through the lot to Hack St (Adelaide Road).  Value £300.  Title to the Council.
  • 5/12/1935 -  Sydney Cope out of business Mt Barker stated:  He had known the lot for over 60 years and had lived in Mt Barker for all his life. Mann St extended some 60 years ago.  Land to the north of Mann St always used as a public park, and then partly as a pound for some time.  The Mt Barker Progress Association had recently fenced in the land, removed the pound and planted lawns and trees.  Land to the south of Mann St used as bowling and croquet greens.  Elvyn McGillivray Cameron assistant clerk of the DC supported the above information.