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. 51 to 100)

Allotment 51 - (15367; 238/75)

Mount Barker 1933

  • 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.
  • 1/9/1855 - To Richard Crisp lodging house keeper Mt Barker  £45.
  • 9/8/1876 - RPA:  Crisp, now gardener Mt Barker.  Value £250.  Title to Frederick Charles Smith machinist Mt Barker.  Weekly tenant James Jones.  Neighbour Edward Alger of Pt Adelaide.

Allotment 52 - (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 53 - (11259; 153/248), (12922; 182/62), (16163; 262/46)

  • 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.
  • 10/6/1854 - To Robert James Pybus machine maker Mt Barker £40.
  • 25/7/1854 - To Frederick Charles Smith yeoman Mt Barker £170/10/-.
  • He sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 11259 - north-western half the lot facing Walker St.
    • 11/11/1854 - To Robert Foot yeoman Mt Barker £98 (north-western moiety against Walker and Stephens St)
    • 19/11/1855 - To Alfred Golder wheelwright Mt Barker £40, for half of the above facing Walker St.
    • 11/3/1858 - To John Dunn gentleman Mt Barker £100.  Golder now of Geelong Vic.  He appointed JB Shepherdson gentleman Mt Barker as his attorney to sell the land.
    • 19/3/1871 - RPA:  Dunn. Value £30.  Title to Bridget Mulrail spinster Adelaide.  Land unoccupied.
  • Application 12922 - north western half of the lot facing Stephens St
    • 11/11/1854 - To Robert Foot yeoman Mt Barker £98 (north-western moiety against Walker and Stephens St) 
    • [FIND c1863 Robert Foot livery stable keeper Wakefield St, Adelaide died. Mt Barker land in trust for his daughter, Abi Jane Foot, when she turned 21.  Trustees, her mother, Anne Selina Foot of Adelaide, and his friend Francis Isaac Smith cordial maker Mt Barker.  In 1861, Foot had been a licensed victualler in Adelaide].
    • 16/7/1873 - RPA:  Abi Jane Fuller nee Foot, wife of John Fuller builder Pt Wakefield.  Value £60, for pts lots 53, 64.  Title to Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker.
  • Application 16163 - the south-eastern moiety
    • 26/3/1857 - To Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker £100.
    • 2/8/1877 - RPA:  Daniel.  Value £1550.  Title to William Sorrell Daniel machinist Laura and Richard Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker, as joint tenants. B Daniel occupied the land.

Allotment 54 - (12692; 178/110), (12067; 180/76), (16498; 273/153)

  • 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.
  • Application 12692
  • Application 12067
  • Application 16498  [Check if done]
  • Refer to Miners-Style Cottages, 11-13 Morphett Street, Mount Barker for further details of Allotment 54

Allotment 55 - (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
  • 82/177
  • 21/9/1866 - To Octavius Weld doctor Mt Barker, with lot 125.
  • 91/74
  • 8/10/1866 - To Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker.
  • 92/32
  • 17/8/1877 - To William Sorrell Daniel machinist Laura and Richard Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker.
  • 262/46
  • 25/10/1877 - To Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker, lease, which he renewed until his death.
  • 12/5/1892 - Benjamin Daniel died.  Richard Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker resumed occupation alone.  No reference to WS Daniel and his interest.
  • 563/67

Allotment 56 - (23256; 618/38)

  • 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.
  • 26/8/1856 - To Andrew Chalmers Doctor of Medicine Mt Barker £50.
  • 31/8/1858 - To Adam Watson Richardson gentleman Mt Barker £70.
  • 6/4/1894 - AW Richardson chemist and druggist Mt Barker died.  This land to be sold to raise money to fulful bequests in his will.  His wife, Albertina Richardson Mt Barker the executor.  She sold the land.
  • 30/8/1894 - To John Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker £50.
  • 5/1/1897 - RPA:  Paltridge.  Value £50.  Title to Harry Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker and Fredrick Paltridge accountant Mt Barker, as tenants in common.  They already occupied the land.  Harry Paltridge had rooms at 8 Temple Chambers, Currie St, Adelaide.

Allotment 57 - (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 58 - (22927; 604/161)

  • 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.
  • A Walker sub-divided the allotment.
  • South-Eastern Moiety
    • 21/3/1853 - To William Fuller tinman Mt Barker £15.
    • 4/5/1853 - To John James Bonner gentleman Mt Barker £125.
    • 9/11/1854 - To the Rev’d Michael O’Brien clergyman Mt Barker £120, with other land in Mt Barker township.
  • North-Western Moiety
    • 21/3/1853 - To George Crutchett tailor Mt Barker £45.
    • 11/7/1853 - To James Francis Taylor yeoman Mt Barker £120.
    • 18/2/1854 - To To the Rev’d Michael O’Brien clergyman Mt Barker £154/18/-.  Held in trust.  Annette Augusta O’Brien widown Hawthorne, widow of Daniel Joseph O’Brien solicitor Adelaide.  They married on 12 June 1849, and DJ O’Brien died 5/1/1888 Dublin.  Mrs O’Brien (d) 30/4/1910.  Post-nuptual marriage agreement.  DJ O’Brien to buy his wife £500 worth of property ‘for the benefit of and as a provision for his said wife.  Rev’d Michael O’Brien Minister of the Gospel Mt Barker, lent his brother the money to make this purchase, and £180 with interest.  Michael O’Brien died Morphett Vale
    • 20/11/1891 - Edward McEllister the solicitor was trustee while DJ O’Brien still lived.
    • 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.  Value £2,200, for various land in and around Mt Barker.  Title in their names.

Allotment 59 - (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 60 (4598 12/205, 32/80, 47/184, 5157 54/147, 7470 90/102; 8095 98/210; 20020 448/8; 20277 466/122; 22814 597/36)

  • 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.
  • John Finnis sub-divided
  • Application 1292
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low £33.
    • 3/4/1857 - Charles Low publican Mt Barker to William Murray and Alexander Hendry carpenters Mt Barker £120.
    • 28/3/1860 - Murray and Hendry to Carl Bürmann carpenter Mt Barker  £300.
    • 28/3/1860 - RPA: C Bürmann carpenter Mt Barker.  Value £300.
    • The previous owners mortgaged to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society.
    • LTO 12/205
    • 6/5/1899 - Carl Bürmann died.
    • 8/5/1907 - Carl Bürmann Junr inherited the property.
    • 7/4/1936 - Carl Bürmann Junr died. Eileen Bürmann spinster Mt Barker executor.
    • 24/7/1936 - Executor to Eileen Bürmann and Doris Eva Mary Bürmann spinsters Mt Barker as tenants-in-common
    • 15/3/1962 - Bürmann to Edward Elvin Heinrich storekeeper Mt Barker and Letitia Rachel, his wife.
    • 6/10/1975 - Heinrich to Pietro Lagozzino spot welder and family, all of 19 Gawler St, Mt Barker
    • LTO 4218/817  Metric title.
  • Application 3120
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 19/9/1853 - Charles Low publican Mt Barker to Andreas Hultgren cabinetmaker Adelaide £16.
    • 24/11/1854 - Andreas Hultgren cabinetmaker Collingwood Victoria to Haken Linde tinsmith and brazier Mt Barker £24.  Linde mortgaged the property to Johann Stade stonemason Hahndorf for £150.  Paid back in 1857.
    • 20/6/1857 - Haken Linde tinsmith Adelaide to Thomas Paltridge Senr and Thomas Paltridge Junr  £360.
    • 30/5/1862 - RPA:  Thomas Paltridge Junr shoemaker.  Value £400.  WG Tydemann on the east and Simeon Moss on the west.
    • LTO 32/80
    • 22/9/1892 - Paltridge to Paltridges
    • 1/7/1946 - Paltridges to James Ralph Barber carpenter 56 Balville St, Prospect
    • 12/4/1965 - Barber to David Brian Wilson storekeeper 15 Hampden Rd, Mt Barker, Jeanette Agnes, his wife & Roy Stanley Davis representative Exhibition Rd, Mt Barker, and Valerie Mavis, his wife
    • 29/11/1966 - The Wilsons sold to the Davises.
    • LTO 4064/502  Metric title.
  • Application 4598 - frontage to Gawler St, in the middle somewhere
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 30/9/1851 - Charles Low to Simeon Moss cabinetmaker storekeeper Mt Barker  £30.
    • 25/2/1857 - Lease to Thomas and Charles Joseph Gall drapers and general storekeepers Mt Barker - 7 years for £113.  ‘and shall not and will not during the said term remove or permit or suffer to be removef from out of the said messnage tenement or store all or any portion or portions of the shop fittings now erected and placed therein.
    • 12/11/1863 - RPA:  Simeon Moss.  Value £500.
    • LTO 47/184
    • 3/1/1878 - 5.5 year lease to Hartley Dixon - portion of the land
    • 5/7/1878 - 5 year lease to James Pritchard - portion of the land
    • LTO 483/11
    • 23/7/1885 - All above land lease to Commercial Bank of SA for 3 years.
    • 1/6/1893 - Moss to Mary McKenzie storekeeper Mt Barker
    • 1/6/1902 - Lease to David Bell, James Bell, James Stark Richardson, David Percy Bell, portion of the land for 6 years.
    • 15/5/1905 - Lease transferred to David Bell & Co Ltd, of High St, Strathalbyn.  Lease extended 2 years in 1908
    • 10/6/1911 - McKenzie to Walter Herbert Blades chemist Mt Barker
    • 15/7/1914 - WH Blades to Mary Blades widow Mt Barker
    • 11/12/1914 - Blades to Thomas Wesley Wilkinson retired Kooringa.
    • 21/12/1914 - He leased it to Arthur Douglas Wilkinson chemist Mt Gambier for 5 years
    • 26/2/1920 - Wilkinson to AD Wilkinson Mt Gambier.  He then came to Mt Barker.
    • LTO 1602/46
    • 31/12/1931 - AD Wilkinson died.  Charles Drew Wilkinson chemist Burra and Edith Mary Stuart Wilkinson widow Mt Barker the executors.
    • 26/4/1954 - 5 year lease to Brian Frederick Menz and Betty Gwendoline Menz
    • 21/3/1955 - Wilkinson to Menz
    • 21/9/1973 - Menz to Walter Keith McAllan newsgent Woodchester and John Paterson McAllan minor Woodchester.
  • Application 5157 - strip facing Gawler St 24’ long and 50’ in from Stephens St
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 7/3/1854 - Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker to Alexander Low general merchant Mt Barker  £48
    • 11/5/1861 - Alexander Low licensed victualler Mt Barker to William Godfrey Tydemann storekeeper Mt Barker  £380.
    • 3/11/1863 - Lease to Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker five years at £33 a year.  Tydeman went to Macclesfield as a storekeeper.
    • 8/4/1864 - RPA:  WG Tydeman storekeeper Macclesfield.
    • LTO 54/147
    • 14/1/1865 - Tydeman to Roderick McKenzie saddler Mt Barker  £330
    • LTO 61/201
    • 22/3/1890 - R McKenzie died.  Frederick Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker and Mary McKenzie widow Mt Barker the executors.
    • 24/7/1890 - Mary McKenzie inherited the property.
    • 1/8/1900 - McKenzie to William Samuel Dainty 3 year lease
    • 4/6/1902 - Dainty gave up the lease.
    • 1/6/1902 - McKenzie to Bells 6 year lease
    • 10/6/1911 - McKenzie to Walter Herbert Blades chemist Mt Barker
    • [Bell and Blades changes.  Check this section].
    • LTO 1005/196
    • 15/7/1914 - WH Blades to Mary Blades widow Mt Barker
    • 1/6/1916 - 5 year lease to William Robert Murray and James Reordan
    • 7/6/1919 - Blades to Patrick Fox gent Glenelg
    • 4/5/1921 - Fox to James Reordan storekeeper Mt Barker
    • LTO 1203/90
    • 20/10/1921 - James Reordan died.
    • 25/5/1922 - Elizabeth Violet May Reordan inherited.
    • 19/6/1928 - Reordan to Leslie Whitford baker Mt Barker and Eunice Jessie, his wife
    • 31/7/1935 - 1 year lease to Harold Edward Lancelot Warland, Ronald Edward Warland and Lorin Victor Warland
    • 1/7/1936 - 1 year lease to Ivan Cooper Ellis
    • 1/4/1953 - Whitford to Leslie Warren Jacobs storeman Mt Barker
    • 10/9/1954 - Jacobs to Jack Keith O’Malley butcher Mt Barker and Elsie Mary, his wife
    • LTO 2536/112
    • 12/8/1957 - O’Malley to Dean Malcolm Weatherald, LLoyd Graham Weatherald, George Ivan Weatherald butchers Aldgate
    • 13/6/1974 - DM Weatherald sold his interest in the property
    • 28/11/1975 - Lloyd Graham Weatherald died.  Executors BJ Chapman and Graham Deane Weatherald butcher Stirling
    • 2/8/1977 - Executors to GD Weatherald
    • 3/10/1978 - GD Weatherald to George Ivan Weatherald butcher Sturt Rd, Stirling.
  • Application 7470 - second in from Stephens St 24’ long facing Gawler St.  The lot on the Stephens St-Gawler St corner is 26’ long.
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low £33.
    • 31/12/1852 - Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker to James Greenfield butcher Mt Barker £80.
    • 17/6/1862 - J Greenfield to Jane Hooper storekeeper Mt Barker £400.  Greenfield had mortgaged his land for £400 to Hon Edward Stirling MLC Adelaide and went broke.
    • 24/2/1866 - RPA:  Jane Hooper widow Mt Barker.  Value £600.
    • LTO 90/102
    • 2/11/1872 - J Hooper to Alexander Lorimer gent Adelaide and Thomas Brakenridge shipping agent Milang
    • 28/5/1875 - A Lorimer died.
    • 8/3/1881 - Brakenridge to Jane Lillecrapp, wife of William Lillecrapp gent Adelaide
    • 29/3/1881 - Lillecrapp to Alfred Compson Daw butcher Mt Barker
    • 23/5/1881 - Daw to William Atkinson butcher Mt Barker
    • 23/5/1881 - Atkinson to Robert Murray baker Mt Barker
    • 2/11/1898 - Murray to Atkinson
    • 12/2/1915 - Atkinson to Charles Harvey Atkinson butcher Mt barker
    • 18/3/1919 - Atkinson to Hermann Theodor Rochow grazier Ozenkadnook Vic
    • 1/3/1921 - Rochow to Leslie Whitford 7 year lease
    • 21/3/1925 - Rochow to Whitford baker Mt Barker
    • 1/9/1932 - 5 year lease from Whitford to Harold Edward Parham
    • LTO 1623/131
    • 16/11/1933 - Lease transferred to Richard Quick baker Mt Gambier
    • 3/5/1934 - Lease transferred to Catherine Jane Maple married woman Mt Barker
    • 11/9/1934 - She gave up the lease.
    • 10/12/1964 - To Leslie Heitmann baker Mt Barker and Rhonda Rose, his wife.
    • 25/7/1967 - To John Henry Ewins baker Strathalbyn and Catherine Mary, his wife
    • LTO 4088/872 - Metric title.
  • Application 8095 - corner of Gawler St and Stephens St.
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 31/12/1852 - Charles Low to James Greenfield  £80.  Greenfield bought a 50’ frontage to Gawler St in that sale.
    • James Greenfield sub-divided again to make two allotments.
    • 24/2/1866 - J Greenfield to William Rundle farmer Mt Barker £400
    • 14/1/1867 - RPA:  W Rundle farmer Mt Barker.  Value £400.
    • LTO 98/210
    • 3/9/1874 - Rundle to Edwin Daw, Alfred Compson Daw butchers St Marys South Road as tenants in common.
    • LTO 996/94,95 - No transaction
    • LTO 232/2  - No transaction
    • LTO 328/197 - No transaction. 
    • AC Daw had many lots in Albert and Knott Sts.  No transaction
    • 1195/157
    • 6/5/1921 - 4 year lease to Herbert George Chapman
    • 11/10/1923 - Lease transferred to Thomas Gregory Lane butcher Mt Barker
    • 19/12/1924 - AC Daw died. Widow Clara Elizabeth Daw executor and inheritor
    • 17/7/1925 - Lease transferred to Hermann Theodor Rochow, Inkerman Farrington Bruce Jackson butchers Mt Barker
    • 1/9/1927 - Lease transferred to Thomas George Symonds butcher Mt Barker
    • 5/8/1930 - CE Daw to CE Daw and Marjory Mary Compson Robertson married woman Mt Barker
    • 5/6/1944 - TG Symonds died
    • 8/10/1947 - Lease to Herbert Edwin Rathjen storekeeper Moorlands and Gertrude Evelyn Anne Rathjen, his wife. [Check]
    • LTO 2447/87
    • 1/8/1955 - CE Daw died.
    • 29/5/1956 - MMC Robertson widow 6 Stanley St, Leabrook to Vindin Charles Symonds butcher Littlehampton and Mavis Rose his wife
    • 6/9/1978 - To Graham John Symonds butcher 14 Stephenson St, Mt Barker and Coral May, his wife
    • 29/9/1988 - To NGW Pty Ltd 18 Hereford Ave, Hahndorf
    • LTO 5000/717-722 - Metric title.
  • Application 20020
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 1/1/1853 - Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker to Henry Hooper saddler Mt Barker £30.
    • 8/12/1855 - Hooper to William Murray and Alexander Hendry carpenters Mt Barker £105.
    • 1/2/1858 - Murray and Hendry went broke.  Land to Lawrence Berry storekeeper Mt Barker £130.  He had a wife called Jane.
    • 12/4/1860 - Lawrence Berry storekeeper Adelaide borrowed money from George Brookman and Andrew Duncan Brookman printers Adelaide £480.  South Eastern District Permanent Building and Investment Society involved with the deal 1st when Berry borrowed money in 1858; the society finished in 1866 . George Bollen had been the secretary.
    • 27/5/1883 - Jane Berry died, childless.
    • 15/8/1883 - Lawrence Berry to William Watson Gall gentleman South Road Edwardstown  £75 ‘and other valuable considerations’.
    • 14/1/1884 - RPA:  WW Gall.  Value £400.
    • LTO 448/8
    • 22/5/1884 - WW Gall died.  Thomas Berry Gall solicitor Adelaide the executor.
    • 19/5/1885 - Gall to Annie Stone widow Mt Barker
    • 19/10/1887 - Stone to Annie Grace Stone spinster Mt Barker.  The family had mortgaged to Galls and went broke.
    • LTO 647/137
    • 15/6/1899 - Isabella Gall, Mary Frances Gall, Margaret Ann Gall spinsters Glenelg
    • 5/2/1913 - Galls to Inkerman Farrington Jackson grazier Mt Barker
    • 26/10/1924 - IF Jackson died.  His widow Florence Catherine Jackson executor and inheritor.
    • 28/10/1946 - FC Jackson died.  Cecil Farrington Jackson spinster Mt Barker executor
    • 16/11/1948 - CF Jackson inherits
    • 30/6/1970 - To Rossiters Pty Ltd 182 Unley Road, Unley
    • 9/3/1984 - To Antonio Lagozzina storekeeeper Mt barker & Immocolata, his wife.
  • Application 20277 - 33’ long lot against Gawler St next to Murray and Hendry on the west and next to Simon Moss in the east
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 13/11/1852 - Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker to James Greenfield butcher Mt Barker  £33.
    • 24/1/1857 - Lease 10 years at £1 a year for the first seven years and then £10 a year for the rest to George Bollen cooper Mt Barker.
    • 9/3/1859 - Greenfield to Bollen gentleman Mt Barker.  No price mentioned?
    • 1/10/1884 - RPA:  George Bollen medical practitioner Pt Adelaide.  Value £500.
    • LTO 466/122
    • 22/9/1892 - George Bollen died.  Executors Sarah Ellen Johnson spinster Alberton, Joseph Coles Kirby Minister of the gospel Pt Adelaide, Thomas Henry Sanders waterworks superintendent Pt Adelaide, George Warren Smith agent Pt Adelaide
    • 28/6/1897 - Executors to James Johnston saddler Mt Barker
    • 1/10/188416/1/1911 - 3 year lease to HB Chapman
    • 4/7/1914 - J Johnston died.  Franklin Samuel Johnston saddler Fullarton executor.
    • 30/4/1920 - To Arthur Douglas Wilkinson chemist Mt Barker
    • 31/12/1931 - AD Wilkinson died.  Trustees to Alfred James Kavanagh radio mechanic Mt Barker
    • 6/12/1973 - AJ Kavanagh died.  Executrix Melva Jean Kavanagh widow 14 Wellington road, Mt Barker
    • 9/10/1974 - Executrix to Walter Keith MacAllan newsagent, Kathleen Mary MacAllan his wife, William John Paterson MacAllan minor, Ian Bruce Paterson MacAllan minor, all of 23 Gawler St, Mt Barker
    • LTO 4247/656 - Metric title.
  • Application 22841 - corner of Gawler and Walker Sts.
    • 4/9/1851 - John Finnis to Charles Low  £33.
    • 31/12/1851 - Charles Low to John Rundle farmer Hermitage Mt Barker  £40.
    • 5/2/1853 - John Rundle farmer Hermitage Mt Barker to Joseph Bull druggist Mt Barker  £40.
    • 12/6/1854 - J Bull chemist and druggist Mt Barker to Robert William Cayme Richardson and Adam Richardson chemists and druggists Gawlertown £375.
    • 29/12/1854 - RW Cayme to Adam Richardson ‘all that undivided moiety’  £200.
    • 1894 - AW Richardson died.  Widow, Albertina Richardson, inherited.
    • 4/2/1895 - RPA:  Albertina Richardson widow Mt Barker.  Value £150.  Make out title to Simeon Moss gentleman Stirling West.
    • LTO 597/36
    • 116/7/1895 - Moss to Albertina Richardson widow Mt Barker
    • LTO 601/175
    • 14/7/1906 - 5 year lease to Walter Herbert Blades
    • 14/10/1912 - Richardson to HB Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker
    • 6/2/1952 - HB Chapman died.  Executors Ida Florence Pearl widow and Jack Dudley Chapman business manager Mt Barker
    • 30/9/1964 - 6 year lease to Clarence Glen Binney and Winifred Maud his wife
    • 18/11/1964 - Lease transferred to Alfous Rahe business proprietor Mt barker and Brigette, his wife
    • 4/2/1969 - 5 year lease to Griete Haze
    • LTO 4000/577 - Metric title.

Allotment 61 - (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 62 - (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 63 - (14786; 230/184)

  • 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.
  • 20/4/1853 - To William Heggarton farmer Mt Barker  £30.
  • 21/6/1855 - To Elizabeth Fowler widow Mt Barker £90.  She married Alexander Lorimer 40 gent in Adelaide 17/6/1856 in the Presbyterian Manse, Wakefield St, Adelaide.  The Rev’d Robert Haining performed the ceremony.
  • 8/12/1875 - RPA:  Elizabeth Lorimer widow Unley.  Value £30. T itle to Thomas William Sheridan Evans fireman Pt Adelaide.  Weekly tenant Margaret Simmonds.

Allotment 64 - (12922; 182/61), (20921; 447/96), (20190; 458/197)

  • 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.
  • 20/4/1853 - To Simeon Moss carpenter Mt Barker £30.  Moss was later a shopkeeper Mt Barker, and then jam manufacturer Stirling.
  • He sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 12922 - southern portion of the south-eastern moiety facing Walker St.
    • 29/7/1856 - To Robert Foot storekeeper Mt Barker £19.
    • c1863 - [FIND] Robert Foot livery stable keeper Wakefield St, Adelaide died.  Mt Barker land in trust for his daughter, Abi Jane Foot, when she turned 21.  Trustees, her mother, Anne Selina Foot of Adelaide, and his friend Francis Isaac Smith cordial maker Mt Barker.  In 1861, Foot had been a licensed victualler in Adelaide.
    • 16/7/1873 - RPA:  Abi Jane Fuller nee Foot, wife of John Fuller builder Pt Wakefield.  Value £60, for pts lots 53, 64.  Title to Frederick Charles Smith machinist Mt Barker.
  • Application 20021 - the western moiety against Adelaide Road.
    • 16/1/1865 - To Ann Hawker widow Mt Barker  £125.
    • 30/4/1875 - Ann Hawker died intestate.  Her administrator, James Knight cooper Mt Barker, sold the land.
    • 7/12/1883 - To George Henry John Bellingham surveyor Adelaide  £200.
    • 9/1/1884 - RPA:  Bellingham.  Value £200.  Title to Bellingham.  Weekly tenant James Knight.
  • Application 20190 - northern portion of the south-eastern moiety facing Walker St
    • 6/4/1857 - To The Rev’d John Baptist Austin Minister of the Gospel Lashbrook, Macclesfield, Edward Austin farmer Macclesfield, William Fidler farmer Mt Barker, George Crutchett tailor Mt Barker, Thomas Good storekeeper Mt Barker, Alexander Hendry cabinetmaker Mt Barker, James Jackson founder Mt Barker, James Taylor and John Smith flour millers Mt Barker, as trustees £40. ‘upon trust and to the intent that a chapel or meeting house shall be erected thereon to be used, occupied and enjoyed as a place of public worship for the service of God by that denomination of Christians holding the sentiments set forth in the Declaration of the Faith, Church Order and discipline of the Congregational or Independent Dissenters as adopted at the third general meeting of the Congregatioinal Union of England and Wales held at the Congregational Library of London on 7, 8, 10th days of May 1833’.
    • 31/1/1882 - JB Austin Minister of the Gospel Unley died, of senile decay, aged 82.
    • 10/3/1864 - James Taylor accountant Mt Barker died, of consumption, aged 36.
    • 6/10/1870 - John Smith farmer Perth WA, died, of dysentery, aged 55.
    • 29/1/1884 William Fidler hawker Wistow, died, of disease of the kidneys and dropsy, aged 70.
    • 15/4/1878 - Alexander Hendry died, after being thrown from his buggy near Georgetown about 6 weeks earlier.  Dr Forsyth of Laura attended the injured man.  His widow, Mary Mildred Hendry, went to live at North Adelaide.
    • 2/4/1884 - RPA:  the surviving trustees - Edward Austin now stock agent Kapuunda, George Crutchett now storekeeper Moonta, Thomas Good now gentleman North Adelaide, James Jackson now iron founder Melbourne Vic. Title to George Thomas Crutchett draper Moonta. Mr Cheek was the weekly tenant.

Allotment 65 - (4809; 73/23), (18773; 376/156), (21602; 531/62), (18271; 350/4, 5)

  • 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.
  • 3/6/1851 - To Francis Isaac Smith ginger beer maker Mt Barker £40.  A John Melrose had bought the land and Smith paid him out before transfer of title.  He testified that he had occupied the land since 1850. 
  • Smith sub-divided the allotment.  - He made two lots face Adelaide Road and two lots face Walker St, divided by a private road.
  • The Western Moiety:
    • Application 4809 - southern lot facing Adelaide Road.
    • 27/11/1857 - To John James Caddey carpenter Milang £85/2/-.
    • 11/2/1864 - RPA:  Caddy gentleman Adelaide. Value £50, with lot facing Walker St.  Title to John Jones farmer Mt Barker.  Weekly tenant William Wood.
    • Application 18773 - northern lot facing Adelaide Road.
    • 28/9/1881 - RPA:  Smith now clerk.  Value £80.  Title to John Joseph Muldoon baker Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.
  • The Eastern Moiety:
    • Application 21602 - a right of way leading off Walker St along Lot 66 boundary.
    • 3/4/1889 - RPA:  Smith.  Value £300, with pt Lot 66.  Title to Smith.
    • Application 18271 - northern part of the eastern moiety facing Walker St and back to the private road sub-dividing the lot. 
    • This land was again sub-divided into two lots.
    • Northern Portion:
      • 2/7/1853 - To Robert Foot yeoman Mt Barker £28.
      • 11/11/1854 - To Frederick Charles Smith yeoman Mt Barker £199.
    • Southern Portion:
      • 5/1/1861 - To Frederick Charles Smith the Younger ironmonger Kooringa  £27.
      • 1/11/1880 - RPA:  Smith now machinist Mt Barker.  Value £200. 
    • Northern title to Ann Brooks widow Mt Barker.  Southern title to Smith.
    • Application 4809 - southern portion of the eastern moiety facing Walker St.
      • 27/11/1857 - To John James Caddey carpenter Milang  £85/2/-.
      • 11/2/1864 - RPA:  Caddy gentleman Adelaide.  Value £50, with lot facing Adelaide Road.  Title to John Jones farmer Mt Barker.  Weekly tenant William Wood.

Allotment 66 - (21602; 531/62), (23634; 657/17)

  • 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.
  • 18/8/1851 - To Francis Isaac Smith ginger beer maker Mt Barker  £35.
  • Application 21602 - most of the allotment, except for a part lot facing Morphett St in the southern moiety.
    • 3/4/1889 - RPA:  Smith.  Value £300, with pt Lot 65.  Title to Smith.
  • Application 23634 - lot facing Morphett St in the southern moiety
    • 5/3/1859 - To Edward Hender farmer Mt Barker Springs  £65.
    • 10/8/1898 - RPA:  Hender.  Value £30.  Title to his son, William George Hender farmer Napperby.  Weekly tenant Frank Fry.

Allotment 67 - (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 68 - (14642; 218/201), (21186; 516/51)

  • 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.
  • 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 14642 - the western moiety
    • 30/9/1854 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £49, for lot 95 and pt 68.
    • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenement situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possesss … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever ald also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.  Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
    • 27/10/1875 - RPA:  HS Low.  Value £13, for pt lot 68 alone.  Title to Simeon Moss storekeeper Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.
  • Application 21186 - the eastern moiety facing Walker St
    • 30/8/1854 - To William Brown labourer Mt Barker Hill, Mt Barker  £32.
    • 21/8/1857 - To William Dodd blacksmith Mt Barker £50.  He mortgaged his land to Michael O’Brien Roman Catholic clergyman Mt Barker for £33 at 15% for two years (1859-1861), and became a bankrupt.
    • 13/7/1887 - RPA:  Michael O’Brien now of Morphett Vale.  Value £50.  Title to Robert Barr Smith merchant Adelaide.

Allotment 69 - (14637; 218/208), (17360; 309/160), (18111; 343/194)

  • 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.
  • Walker sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 14637 - western portion of the southern moiety facing Adelaide Road.
    • 26/7/1853 - To Thomas Greenwood wheelwright Mt Barker £15, for the southern moiety.  He mortgaged his property to Samuel Cook ironmonger Mt Barker, for £48/4/-, and then sold it to him for £12, on 17/4/1861.  Greenwood now of Mt Gambier.
    • 16/5/1861 - To James Pearce blacksmith Mt Barker £65.  He sub-divided the southern moiety, and kept the western portion.
    • 14/10/1875 - RPA:  Pearce, now machinist Redhill, the Broughton.  Value £35, for the western portion of the southern moiety.  Title to Mary Hopkings spinster Clare.  No weekly tenant mentioned.
    • 16/9/1881 - Mary Wood, nee Hopkings, wife of John Wood wheelwright Mt Barker, declared: She married George McDonald at Harg, Scotland, in September 1850.  She gave her marriage certificate when the McDonalds emigrated to Australia in 1850 and he did not return the document.  George McDonald died about 10 months after the family landed.  Mary McDonald m 2/6/1856 - to John Wood, at Strathalbyn.  William Brown Wesleyan Methodist Minister married them.  Mrs Wood had declared herself a spinster in 1875, thinking that this would keep the property from the control of her husband.  This was not so, and a new title issued, whereby she was called Mary Wood, and owned the property for her separate use.
  • Application 17360 - eastern portion of the southern moiety facing Walker St.
    • 26/7/1853 - To Thomas Greenwood wheelwright Mt Barker £15, for the southern moiety.  He mortgaged his property to Samuel Cook ironmonger Mt Barker, for £48/4/-, and then sold it to him for £12, on 17/4/1861.  Greenwood now of Mt Gambier.
    • 16/5/1861 - To James Pearce blacksmith Mt Barker £65.  He sub-divided the southern moiety, and sold the eastern portion facing Walker St.
    • 23/3/1875 - To Frederick Stone Esquire Mt Barker £100.  Pearce now blacksmithh Redhill.
    • 14/6/1876 - To Alfred Edmund Beard blacksmith Mt Barker  £100.
    • 16/4/1879 - RPA Beard. Value £150.  Title to Robert Barr Smith merchant Adelaide.  Beard occupied the land.
  • Application 18111 - the northern moiety facing Adelaide Road and Walker St.
    • 27/7/1853 - To William Dodd blacksmith Mt Barker £15.  He mortgaged his property to William Osborne gentleman North Adelaide for £100 at 15% for 2 years (1858-1860), and became a bankrupt.  This must have happened while the land was in trust after Osborne died.  His executor, AA Huddleston, sold the property.
    • [FIND William Osborne died].  His widow, Mary Hannah Osborne nee Smith (daughter of John Smith), remarried 5/5/1875 at St Jude’s Brighton, to Ainsworth Auchinlech Huddleston (father James Huddleston) widower grocer North Adelaide.  Samuel Smith druggist North Adelaide was a witness.  Was the other witness, Emily Keeling, wife of Charles Staley Keeling of Mayfield House, Ashbourne, a sister???
    • 25/8/1875 - Charles Staley Keeling gentleman Mayfield House, Ashbourne, died of asthma, heart disease (hypertrophy) and syncope, at MacKinnon Parade, North Adelaide, aged 57.
    • 22/7/1880 - RPA:  AA Huddleston executor.  Value £86.  Title to Edward Alger gentleman Blakiston.  Weekly tenant Mary Ann Simmunds spinster Mt Barker.

Allotment 70 - (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 71 - (587; 10/169)

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 19/5/1851 - To Samuel Cook storekeeper Mt Barker  £15.
  • 19/9/1851 - Marriage settlement for Samuel Cook and Harriet Bramley spinster Mt Barker.  Land in trust for her use, free from husband’s control, then for the husband, then to the children in equal shares after both husband and wife have died.  Trustees Joseph and William May gentlemen Mt Barker.
  • 22/9/1859 - RPA:  The trustees. W May now of the Bremer.  Title to the trustees.

Allotment 72 - (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.
  • 197/80 Memorial
  • 14/6/1859 - 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
  • LTO 82/177
  • Charlotte da Silva Dutton sub-divided the allotment
  • Sub-division 1
    • 14/1/1867 - Dutton to William Hannaford butcher Mt Barker
    • LTO 108/121 - No transaction
    • LTO 95/186
    • 22/11/1867 - Hannford to Thomas Henry Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker
    • 108/121
    • TH Stephenson subdivided again.
    • Sub-division 3 - cnr of Gawler and Walker Sts
      • 360/238
      • 26/10/1910 - Stephenson to Christiana Isabel coventry wife of James Francis Coventry fruiterer Mt Barker
      • 22/11/1955 - CI Coventry died. Executors Public Trustee
      • 28/11/1957 - Executors to Francis Rex Ros coventry shopkeeper Mt Barker
      • 10/12/1973 - Coventry to Michael Duffield licensed land salesman 77 Sturt St, Grange
      • 27/11/1973 - Woodham Biggs Pty Ltd 2 year lease
      • LTO 4030/483 - Metric title.
    • Sub-division 4 - bottom portion facing Gawler St
      • 360/239
      • 26/5/1881 - TH Stephenson to William Atkinson butcher Mt Barker
      • 12/2/1915 - Atkinson to Charles Harvey Atkinson butcher Mt barker
      • 18/3/1919 - Atkinston to Hermann Theodor Rochow grazier Ozenkadnook Vic
      • 20/9/1921 - 7 year lease to Leslie Whitford
      • 20/9/1922 - Lease surrendered
      • 3/2/1927 - Rochow to Dick Harrison Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      • 2/2/1927 - Daniel to Richard Daniel and Susannah Daniel for life and the survivor of them
      • 22/8/1927 - Richard Daniel died.
      • 18/7/1947 - Susannah Daniel died.
      • 1/10/1960 - Daniel to LA Garwood Ltd 10 year lease
      • 10/1/1966 - lease surrendered
      • 1/2/1966 - 5 year lease to James Thomas Connelly
      • LTO 4064/434 - Metric title.
  • Sub-division 2 - Cnr of Gawler St and Main Road
    • 14/1/1867 - Dutton to James Garden Ramsay
    • LTO 95/183
    • 8/5/1867 - JG Ramsay to Thomas Henry Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker.
    • LTO 100/79
    • TH Stephenson sub-divided again
    • Sub-division 5 - Adelaide road corner
      • 16/12/1873 - Stephenson to William Daniel
      • LTO 186/65
      • 18/8/1875 - W Daniel to Richard Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      • 16/2/1929 - Daniel to Dick Harrison Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      • 1/5/1927 - 10 year lease to Clarence Albert Wright, Percy Thomas Prosser, Thomas George Symonds
      • 1/11/1936 - 6 year lease to Walter Henry Gilbert etc
      • 1/3/1961 - Lease transferred to Gilbert Motors (Pty Ltd) Mt Barker
      • LTO 3769/72
      • 9/4/1974 - DH Daniel died.  Executors BJ Chapman, Amelia May Daniel widow 5 Gawler St, Mt Barker, Frank Richard Daniel grazier Wistow Road, Nairne.
      • 24/2/1976 - Executors to Harrold Roy Gilbert company director 18 Adelaide road, Mt barker and Kathleen Elizabeth Amy, his wife.
      • 25/8/1978 - KEA Gilbert died.
      • 19/6/1989 - HR Gilbert died
      • 26/1/1990 - Grant Walter Gilbert company manager 3 Hill St, Mt Barker and Robert Roy Gilbert The Oaks Blakiston as tenants in common.  Current title.
    • Sub-division 6 - one down from Adelaide road.
      • LTO 186/64
      • 30/7/1877 - Stephenson to Richard Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      • 16/2/1929 - Daniel to Dick Harrison Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      • 14/2/1927 - Life lease to both Richard Daniel and Susannah Hamlyn Daniel
      • 22/8/1927 - R Daniel died.
      • 18/7/1947 - SH Daniel died.
      • All further transactions on Metric title 4064/437

Allotment 73 – (1426 14/26; 9020 114/208; 20873 502/9; 27009 1250/189)

  • 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.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - F Mitchell to George Wright Hawkes esquire Adelaide £1,045 for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • GW Hawkes sub-divided Lot 73 into four smaller lots.
  • Application 1426 - Adelaide Road corner
    • 30/8/1854 - GW Hawkes esquire Adelaide to Henry Hooper merchant Mt Barker £85.
    • 28/3/1857 - Henry Hooper insolvent.
    • 15/7/1857 - Property sold by auction in Adelaide, including portion of Lot 48, on the Hutchinson St 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
    • 18/7/1860 - Amsberg to Alfred Cleve merchant Melbourne
    • LTO 14/166
    • 1/11/1877 - Cleve to Benjamin Thomas dairyman Mt Barker
    • 13/1/1881 - B Thomas died.  Executors Adam Watson Richardson chemist Mt Barker and John Paltridge auctioneer Mt Barker
    • 6/4/1894 - AW Richardson died.
    • 7/11/1900 - J Paltridge to Ann Thomas spinster Mt Barker
    • 16/8/1923 - Thomas to Kate Ireleen Mary Thomson spinster Mt Barker
    • 14/7/1954 - KIM Thomson died.  Williams and von Doussa the executors.
    • 19/4/1955 - The executors to Douglas Crawford Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker
    • 10/10/1983 - DC Chapman died.  Life interest to Amy Victoria Chapman widow and then to David Henry Chapman lisensed land salesman and Shirley Mavis Chapman 28 Hack St Mt Barker as tenants-in-common
  • Application 9020 - 2nd down from Adelaide Road.
    • 30/9/1854 - GW Hawkes to John Rundle farmer Mt Barker £53.
    • 11/12/1865 - John Rundle to Joseph Rundle farmer Mt Barker £60.
    • 24/2/1868 - RPA: Joseph Rundle.  Title to Ann Wallace widow Mt Barker.  £30.
    • LTO 114/208
    • 17/3/1895 - A Wallace died.  Executor Anne Wallace spinster.
    • 19/6/1895 - Executor to John Wallace labourer Broken Hill NSW
    • 25/7/1895 - J Wallace to Anne Wallace spinster Mt Barker
    • 29/9/1921 - A Wallace to Thomas O’Donnell mechanic Mt Barker
    • 20/3/1923 - T O’Donnell to Ida Florence Pearl Chapman married woman Mt Barker
    • 15/6/1975 - I Chapman died.  Executor Jack Dudley Chapman business manager 53 Gawler St, Mt Barker
    • 17/8/1976 - Executor to Brian Frederick Menz and Betty Gwendoline Menz storekeepers Mt Barker. 
    • All further transactions in Metric Title 4375/93.
  • Application 20873 - adjoining sub-divisions at the lower end of the lot. Walker St corner
    • 3/11/1854 - GW Hawkes to Haken Linde tinsmith Adelaide  £108.
    • 24/1/1857 - Linde to William Fuller tinman Mt Barker half-share in the property  £50
    • A small portion of the next adjoining sub-division came to Potters, when Fuller and Linde sold to them.
    • 28/11/1855 - GW Hawkes to George Whale Mt Barker £64
    • 3/7/1856 - George Whale to Fuller and Linde tinmen Mt Barker £50 as tenants-in-common.
    • 16/9/1867 - Fuller tinsmith Mt Barker and Linde tinsmith Adelaide to Caleb Potter tinsmith Gouger St Adelaide £330.  The Potters then came to live on the property.
    • 5/10/1885 - Sarah Potter died, aged 71, of carditis, wife of Caleb Potter.
    • ? - Caleb Potter died.
    • 19/2/1886 - RPA:  Elizabeth Potter spinster, Arthur Potter tinsmith and Ellen Potter spinster lived in the house as tenants-in-common, after Caleb Potter died.  William Potter tinsmith Koolunga and Edward Potter tinsmith Gawler made the application. Value £700.
    • LTO 502/9
    • 3/9/1898 - Arthur Potter died.  Executors William Potter tinsmith Mt Barker and Edward Potter tinsmith Gawler
    • 22/9/1898 - Executors to Elizabeth Potter, Ellen Potter spinster Mt Barker
    • 12/6/1915 - Elizabeth Potter died.  Surviving executor Edward Potter tinsmith Gawler
    • 18/8/1915 - Executor to Ellen Potter spinster Mt Barker
    • 21/10/1919 - E Potter to Lucy Barker married woman Mt Barker
    • 21/10/1919 - L Barker to George Vernon Wedd tinsmith Mt Barker [Check for correct date]
    • 12/7/1928 - Wedd to Kate Ireleen Mary Thompson spinster Mt Barker
    • 1/4/1929 - 2 year lease to Norman Alfred Frean
    • 18/7/1930 - 2 year lease to Lawrence William rumbelow
    • LTO 1730/47
    • 6/6/1939 - K Thompson to Savings Bank of SA
    • 7/5/1990 - Bank to William James Nankervis and Margaret Dorothy Nankervis 35 Birkdale Grove West Lakes one undivided moiety and Bartob Quarisa and Nerea Quarisa 44 Augusta St, Maylands one undivided moiety
    • 7/5/1990 - 10 year lease to the State Bank of SA, expiring at midnight on 6/5/2000 -
    • Converted to a computerised title.
  • Application 27009 - third down from Adelaide Road. Next to Potters.
    • 28/11/1855 - GW Hawkes to George Whale Mt Barke r £64
    • 3/7/1856 - George Whale to Fuller and Linde tinmen Mt Barker £50 as tenants-in-common.
    • 24/1/1857 - Linde to William Fuller tinman Mt Barker half-share in the property  £50
    • 8/1/1867 - Fuller to Ann Wallace widow Mt Barker  £200.
    • 17/3/1895 - Ann Wallace died.  She left two houses side by side - one weatherboard and a stone cottage.  The weatherboard home to her son John Wallace; the other (adjoining Potters) to go to daughter Anne Wallace, who had to pay funeral and probate.
    • 18/5/1921 - Anne Wallace to Thomas O’Donnell mechanic Mt Barker  £500.
    • 23/9/1921 - RPA:  Thomas O’Donnell mechanic Mt Barker.  Value £500.
    • LTO 1250/189
    • 20/3/1923 - O’Donnell to Ida Florence Pearl Chapman married woman Mt Barker
    • 15/6/1975 - I Chapman died.  Executor Jack Dudley Chapman business manager 53 Gawler St, Mt Barker
    • 4069/965 - All further transactions on.

Allotment 74 - (8102; 98/42)

  • 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.
  • 23/5/1852 - To William Mills and James Randall cabinetmakers Adelaide £30, for lot 74 alone.  They were trustees for Louisa Starling storekeeper Mt Barker for life, then to her three daughters, Louisa Elizabeth, Amelia Maria, and Selina Augusta, as tenants-in-common, for their separate use.  Mrs Starling had supplied the funds for Mills & Randall to purchase the land.
  • 11/1/1867 - RPA:  Mills now gentleman South Yarra, Melbourne Vic, and Randall now draper.  Value £50.  Title to Benjamin Thomas mail contractor Mt Barker.  He alread occupied the land.  Mrs Starling had consented to the sale.

Allotment 75 - (8101; 98/42)

  • 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.
  • 3/12/1852 - To John Pearson farmer Mt Barker £8.
  • 7/5/1857 - To James Randall cabinetmaker Adelaide £90.  He became the trustee for the property, for Mrs Louisa Starling storekeeper Mt Barker for life, then to her three daughters, Louisa Elizabeth, Amelia Maria, and Selina Augusta, as tenants-in-common, for their separate use. Mrs Starling had supplied the funds for J Randall to purchase the land.
  • 11/1/1867 - RPA:  Randall now draper.  Value £50. Title to Benjamin Thomas mail contractor Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.  Mrs Starling had consented to the sale.

Allotment 76 - (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 77 - (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 78 - (4501; 46/242)

  • 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.
  • 20/4/1853 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £35.
  • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely.  ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenement situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possesss … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever and also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.  Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
  • 29/7/1863 - To Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide £174/4/5, for lots 78, 79, 80, 81, 82.
  • 7/10/1863 - RPA:  Bonin.  Value £550, for lots 78-80 and parts 81, 82.  Title to Bonnin.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 79 - (4501; 46/242)

  • 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.
  • 24/12/1855 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £21, for lots 79, 80, 81.
  • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenements situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possess … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever and also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.   Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
  • 29/7/1863 - To Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide £174/4/5, for lots 78, 79, 80, 81, 82.
  • 7/10/1863 - RPA:  Bonnin.  Value £550, for lots 78-80 and parts 81, 82.  Title to Bonnin.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 80 - (4501; 46/242)

  • 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.
  • 24/12/1855 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £21, for lots 79, 80, 81.
  • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenements situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possesss … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever and also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.  Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
  • 29/7/1863 - To Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide £174/4/5, for lots 78, 79, 80, 81, 82.
  • 7/10/1863 - RPA:  Bonnin.  Value £550, for lots 78-80 and parts 81, 82.  Title to Bonnin.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 81 - (4501; 46/242), (6889; 78/113)

  • 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.
  • 24/12/1855 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £21, for lots 79, 80, 81.
  • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenements situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possess … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever and also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.  Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
  • 29/7/1863 - To Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide £174/4/5, for lots 78, 79, 80, 81, 82.
  • He sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 4501
    • 7/10/1863 - RPA:  Bonnin.  Value £550, for lots 78-80 and parts 81, 82.  Title to Bonnin.  Land unoccupied.
  • Application 6889 - the Gawler St/Walker St corner.
    • 6/8/1863 - A Bonnin to John Rundle and William Henry Rundle butchers Mt Barker £135, for the Gawler St/Walker St corner of lots 81, 82.

    • 8/3/1865 - RPA:  J & WH Rundle butchers of Mt Barker.  WH of Hamilton Victoria.  Value £140, for pts 81, 82.  They kept the corner (pt lots 81/82), and sold the other (pt lot 82) along Gawler St to Jacob Hooper shoemaker Mt Barker.

Allotment 82 - (4501; 46/242), (6889; 78/113, 114)

  • 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 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane & Finnis to Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker £7.
  • 12/2/1851 - Mortgaged Lot to George MacLean and then others all the time Low had the property.  This must have been the hotel.
  • 1/11/1862 - Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker died, of disease of the heart, aged 60.  His whole estate to his wife, Helen Stewart Low, absolutely. ‘all my freehold and leasehold property, messuages and tenements situate in Mt Barker township or elsewhere which I now possess or may possesss … all my household furniture, plate, linen, china, jewels, watches and wearing apparel whatsoever and also all my wines and liquors in and about my house or premises … and also all my livestock, cattle and horses wherever they may be’.  Witnesses William Anderson agent Mt Barker and James Collins farmer Mt Barker.  Will made 14/2/1856.
  • 16/12/1862 - Will of Charles Low.  All estate to Helen Stewart Low.
  • 29/7/1863 - HS Low to Alfred Bonnin, the mortgagee.  Together with lots 78, 79, 80, 81.
  • 29/7/1863 - To Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide £174/4/5, for lots 78, 79, 80, 81, 82.
  • He sub-divided the allotment.
  • Application 4501 - corner Gawler and Stephens St and back lots 78-82
    • 7/10/1863 - RPA:  Alfred Bonnin gentleman Adelaide.  Value £550.  Bonnin must have sold the property to Johnstons of Oakbank.
    • LTO 46/242 - corner Gawler and Stephens Sts and back Lots 78-82.
    • 28/1/1864 - Bonnin to J & AJ Johnston brewers Oakbank £550
    • LTO 48/124
    • 14/12/1876 - 7 year lease to John Rendall licensed victualler Mt Barker - Johnstons leased all this land down to Mann St to the publican of the Hotel Barker
    • LTO 208/209 - mortgages
    • LTO 451/158 - mortages
    • LTO 561/96
    • 19/5/1894 - 3 year lease to Frederick Clement Aldridge
    • 1/6/1897 - 4 year lease to Inkerman Farrington Jackson
    • 22/5/1901 - AD Johnston to J & AG Johnston Ltd
    • LTO 679/4
    • 1/10/1902 - 5 year lease to IF Jackson
    • 1/10/1907 - 5 years to Patrick R Fox
    • 1/10/1912 - 5 years to Patrick Fox
    • 2/7/1913 - Lease transfer to William Shoebridge hotelkeeper Mt Barker
    • 1/10/1917 - 5 years to W Shoebridge
    • 10/12/1919 - Lease transferred to Rudolph Mackay Piper hotelkeeper Mt Barker
    • 15/5/1923 - 5 years to Piper
    • 20/3/1925 - Lease transfer to Michael Patrick Larkin
    • 1/6/1926 - 5 years to Larkin
    • 11/7/1928 - Lease transferred to William Edgar Medwell
    • 1/7/1937 - 4 years to Rowland Walter Phillips
    • 1/7/1941 - 4 years to Gweneth Eileen Hynes
    • 26/7/1945 - 4 years to Hynes
    • 3/3/1948 - Lease transferred to John Emanuel Nicholson, Camelia Nicholson, Charles Alexander Hankins
    • LTO 1994/81
    • 1/7/1948 - 3 years to Nicholson
    • 31/8/1949 - lease transferred to Nicholson alone
    • 1/7/1951 - 3 year lease to Nicholson
    • 1/7/1954 - 3 year lease to Nicholson
    • 1/7/1957 - 3 year lease to Nicholson
    • 1/7/1958 - 3 year lease to Nicholson adding Ernest John Nicholson, Thelma May Nicholson
    • 1/7/1961 - 3 year lease to Nicholsons
    • 2/3/1964 - Lease transferred to Herbert Edward James Shurven and Doris Jean Shurven
    • 1/7/1964 - 2 year lease to Shurven
    • 1/7/1966 - 2 year lease to Shurven
    • 19/12/1966 - lease transferred to Frederick Gilby and Dorothy Gwendoline Gilby
    • 1/7/1968 - 2 year lease to Gilby
    • 6/1/1971 - lease transferred to Graham Thomas Pearce and Elaine Anne Pearce
    • 1/7/1971 - 3 years to Pearce
    • 4025/796 - Metric title
  • Application 6889 - Walker St corner.
    • 9/11/1849 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane & Finnis to to Charles Low licensed victualler Mt Barker
    • 12/2/1851 - Mortgaged Lot to George MacLean Commissary General Hobart Town Van Diemen’s Land £300, and then others all the time Low had the property.  This must have been the hotel.
    • 16/12/1862 - Will of Charles Low.  All estate to Helen Stewart Low.
    • 29/7/1863 - HS Low to Alfred Bonnin, the mortgagee.  Together with lots 78, 79, 80, 81.
    • 6/8/1863 - A Bonnin to John Rundle and William Henry Rundle butchers Mt Barker £135, for the Gawler St/Walker St corner of lots 81, 82.
    • 8/3/1865 - RPA:  J & WH Rundle butchers.  J of Mt Barker. WH of Hamilton Victoria.  They took the corner (pt lot 82) and sold the other (pt lot 81) along Gawler St to Jacob Hooper shoemaker Mt Barker.
    • Sub-division 1
      • LTO 78/113 - Corner Gawler & Walker Sts
      • The Rundles sub-divided
    • Sub-division 2
      • LTO 78/114
      • 1/11/1881 - Hooper to Edward Fisher Grist engineer Mt Barker
      • 27/1/1882 - Grist to Johanna Welsh spinster Mt Barker
      • 22/5/1893 - Welsh to Ernest Augustus Marks hairdresser Mt Barker
      • 31/5/1911 - Marks died.  Executor Albert William Charles Marks currier Beechworth Vic
      • 17/4/1912 - Executor to Gustav Adolph Immanuel Liebing saddler Mt Barker
      • 20/7/1952 - GAI Liebing died.  Executors Walter Thomas Stephenson, John Linn Frame farmers Mt Barker
      • 13/9/1965 - Executors to Dino Barbieri factory hand 2 Skipper St Mt Barker
      • 4159/996 - Further details in Metric title.
    • Sub-division 3 - part next to what Liebing bought later.
      • 29/7/1869 - Rundles to Traugott Liebing saddler Mt Barker
      • LTO 133/92
      • 2/9/1869 - He mortgaged his land to TW Boehm teacher Hahndorf
      • LTO 480/50
      • 16/10/1916 - FT Liebing died.  Executor FW Liebing hairdresser Adelaide and Pastor Brauer Hahndorf
      • 28/2/1917 - Executors to Gustav Adolph Immanuel Liebing
      • 20/7/1952 - GAI Liebing died.  Executors Walter thomas Stephenson, John Linn Frame farmers Mt Barker
      • 13/9/1965 - Executors to Dino Barbieri fish cafe proprietor 22 Gawler St Mt Barker, and Ida his wife.
      • 11/2/1982 - 3 year lease to Philip Alan Archer and Jillian Ann Bourton, together with a right of way
      • 4273/606 - Further transactions on Metric title.
    • Sub-division 4 - Corner of Gawler and Walker Sts.  With part-lot 81.
      • LTO 394/1
      • 26/6/1882 - Rundles to Bank of Australasia
      • LTO 480/49
      • 15/9/1955 - Name changed to Bank of Australasia Ltd
      • 15/9/1955 - B of A to ANZ Bank King William St, Adelaide
      • LTO 2428/199
      • 8/8/1983 - Name changed to ANZ Holdings Ltd.

Allotment 83 - (3806; 43/112)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 3806
  • 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.
  • 16/8/1851 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane & Finnis to Lachlan MacFarlane gent Mt Barker, Walter Paterson farmer Mt Barker and John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker, with Lot 84 and part lot 85, ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite (sic) for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’.  A cost of 10/-.
  • 17/2/1863 - RPA:  The Trustees.  Value £300, for lots 83, 84.
  • The trustees sub-divided the land
  • Sub-division 1 - corner Gawler and Hutchinson St
    • LTO 43/112
    • 27/10/1863 - To National Bank of Australasia £94
    • LTO 46/11
    • 23/11/1897 - Name changed to National Bank of Australasia Ltd
    • LT0 1311/57
    • Metric title 4301/409 & 410
  • Sub-division 2 - one in from Hutchinson St
    • 9/6/1866 - To National Bank of Australasia £28
    • LTO 86/62
    • 23/11/1897 - Name changed to National Bank of Australasia Ltd
    • LT0 1311/57
    • 22/8/1986 - Bank to Bruce King Nominees Pty Ltd Box 63 Littlehampton.
    • Metric title 4301/409 & 410.
  • Sub-division 3 - against Stephens St, later sub-divided
    • 26/2/1864 - To James Garden Ramsay founder Mt Barker £40
    • JG Ramsay sub-divided the land
      • Sub-division 3 - in from Stephens St corner
      • LTO 49/235
      • 20/11/1869 - Ramsay to Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker
      •  LTO 138/203
      • Daniel sub-divided
      • LTO 138/173
        • 30/7/1884 - National Bank of Australasia
      • LT0 1311/56
        • Barker sale 1923 see.
      • Sub-division 3 - two in from Hutchinson St
      • LTO 1311/57
      • 20/11/1923 - Bank to Bruce Beaumont Bell Barker draper Mt Barker
      • LT0 1311/56
      • 2/4/1947 - B Barker died.  Executor Trustee and Roland Malcolm Chapman accountant Mt Barker
      • 29/4/1963 - Executors to Dick Harrison Daniel out of business Mt Barker and Amelia May, his wife
      • 1/4/1972 - 5 year lease to Ian Roland Chapman and Malcolm Ronald Grove, with right of way.
    • 4064/435 - All transferred to metric title.
    • JG Ramsay bought the rest of the lot.
  • Sub-division 4
    • 17/12/1873 - Daniel to William Chapman seedsman Mt Barker.
    • Chapman sub-divided
    • For himself
  • Sub-division 5
    • 19/11/1895 - W Chapman died.  Executors Thomas Henry Stephenson farmer and John Paltridge agent Mt Barker.
    • 17/9/1906 - Henry Bruce Chapman law clerk Mt Barker.  Inheritance.
    • Sub-division (a)  - 40 Gawler St
      • 17/7/1909 - Elizabeth Ellen Murray storekeeper Mt Barker
      • 1/5/1911 - William Torrance Paterson 7 year lease
      • 2/12/1927 - David Percy Bell merchant Victor Harbor
      • 2/12/1927 - To William Robert Murray and James Jervis Shoebridge salesmen Mt Barker, as tenants-in-common.
      • 1/7/1956 - Murray and Shoebridge Ltd 5 year lease
      • 10/8/1950 - William Robert Murray died.  Executors Agnes Olive Murray widow and William Louis von Doussa.
      • 9/1/1961 - To James Jervis Shoebridge alone seedsman Mt Barker
      • 17/4/1961 - JJ Shoebridge died.  Executors Ray Vernon Pridmore medical practitioner, Leslie Warren Jacobs company secretary and Herbert Williams accountant Mt Barker.
      • 16/11/1961 - To Murray and Shoebridge Ltd Mt Barker
      • LTO 3066/78
      • 18/2/1986 - To Attiyah Holdings Pty Ltd 40 Gawler St, Mt Barker
      • 25/9/1992 - To Leiop Pty Ltd and Goix Pty Ltd Princes Highway, Mt Barker
      • 12/1/1992 - Ade-Spring Pty Ltd 2 year lease of shop
      • 12/1/1993 - St Vincent De Paul Inc Society 5 year lease.
    • Sub-division (b) - TAB owned by the Institute
      • 2/9/1914 - To Louis von Doussa solicitor, Charles Morris Russell Dumas newspaper proprietor, Alfred Compson Daw butcher, Harry Norman Bell storekeeper, Lawrance Wright Carr carpenter Mt Barker
      • 1/5/1975 - 3 year lease to SA Totalisator Agency Board of portion of the premises.  Extended every three years.
      • 24/2/1984 - Institutes to Mt Barker District Council 23 Mann St, Mtg Barker.  Converted to a computer title.  No reference number given.  This is only a small section facing Gawler St.Further details in Metric title.
  • Sub-division 63 in from Stephens St corner.  Institute
    • 1864 - James Ramsay founder Mt Barker £40.  By sub-division.
    • 1869 - Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker.  By sub-division
    • 1873 - William Chapman seedsman Mt Barker.  Died 1895.
    • 1895 - Thomas Stephenson farmer and John Paltridge agent Mt Barker.  Executors.
    • 1906 - Henry Bruce Chapman law clerk Mt Barker. Inheritance.
    • 1909 - Elizabeth Ellen Murray storekeeper Mt Barker
    • 1914 - Louis von Doussa solicitor, Charles Morris Russell Dumas newspaper proprietor, Alfred Compson Daw butcher, Harry Norman Bell storekeeper,
    • Lawrance Wright Carr carpenter Mt Barker.  By sub-division.  Institute Trustees.
    • 1958 - Mt Barker Institute Inc.
    • 1975 - SA Totalisator Agency Board renewed 3 year leases.
    • 1984 - Mt Barker District Council 23 Mann St, Mt Barker.
    • CT 3080/117
  • Sub-division 7 -  1 in from Stephens St corner
    • LTO 140/44 -  JG Ramsay retained.
    • 21/2/1871 - 7 year lease to Edward Suter
    • 14/11/1873 - Lease surrendered
    • 8/1/1874 - Ramsay to William Chapman
    • LTO 187/83
    • 27/11/1874 - Chapman to John Dunn, JG Ramsay, Thomas Paltridge, AW Richardson, William Barker: Mt Barker Institute Trustees.
    • LTO 199/202 - Trustees changes
    • 18/1/1890 - Ramsay died
    • 6/4/1894 - AW Richardson died
    • 24/5/1894 - New trustees - two surviving plus Louis von Doussa, Leonard Watkins Bickle, Henry Percival Moore, Edward Arthur Colemen.
    • 13/10/1894 - John Dunn died

    • LTO 594/31

    • 14/12/1932 - New trustees: CMR Dumas newspaper proprietor, Harvy Norman Bell draper, Ernest George Ainslie Tyrie currier, William Louis von Doussa solicitor, George Henry Jacobs company director.

    • 23/4/1958 - New trustees: Harry Norman Bell out of business 41 Fullarton Road, Fullarton Estate, William Louis von Doussa solicitor, George Henry Jacobs company director Mt Barker

    • 12/8/1958 - Mt Barker Institute Inc

    • 3080/117

    • 24/2/1984 - Institute to Mt Barker District Council 23 Mann St, Mt Barker.  Converted to a computer title.  No reference number given.  William Louis von Doussa solicitor, George Henry Jacobs company director Mt Barker.

    • 3080/117
    • 24/2/1984 - Institutes to Mt Barker District Council 23 Mann St, Mt Barker. Converted to a computer title. No reference number given. Edward Arthur Coleman
    • 13/10/1894 - John Dunn died
    • LTO 594/31
    • 14/12/1932 - New trustees: CMR Dumas newspaper proprietor, Harvy Norman Bell draper, Ernest George Ainslie Tyrie currier, William Louis von Doussa solicitor, George Henry Jacobs company director
    • 23/4/1958 - New trustees: Harry Norman Bell out of business 41 Fullarton Road, Fullarton Estate
  • Sub-division 8 - Stephens St corner.  Institute.
    • 1864 - James Ramsay founder Mt Barker £40.  By sub-division.
    • 1869 - Benjamin Daniel blacksmith Mt Barker.  By sub-division
    • 1873 - William Chapman seedsman Mt Barker.
    • LTO 187/83
    • 27/11/1874 - Chapman to John Dunn, JG Ramsay, Thomas Paltridge, AW Richardson, William Barker, Mt.Barker Institute Trustees.
    • LTO 199/202
    • 1958 - Mt Barker Institute Inc
    • 1975 - SA Totalisator Agency Board, 3 year lease of portion of the premises.  Extended every three years.
    • 1984 - Mt Barker District Council 23 Mann St, Mt Barker.
    • CT 3080/117
    • [check - when Chapman bought this and whom he bought this from].
    • LTO 187/83
    • 27/11/1874 Chapman to John Dunn, JG Ramsay, Thomas Paltridge, AW Richardson, William Barker
    • LTO 199/202 -Trustees changes
    • Trustees changes

    • 18/1/1890 - Ramsay died
    • 6/4/1894 - AW Richardson died
    • 24/5/1894 - New trustees - two surviving plus Louis von Doussa, Leonard Watkins Bickle, Henry Percival Moore, Edward Arthur Coleman
    • 13/10/1894 - John Dunn died
    • LTO 594/31

Allotment 84 - (3806; 43/112)

  • 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.
  • 16/8/1851 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane & Finnis to Lachlan MacFarlane gent Mt Barker, Walter Paterson farmer Mt Barker and John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker, with Lot 84 and part lot 85, ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite (sic) for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’.  A cost of 10/-.
  • 17/2/1863 - RPA:  The Trustees.  Value £300, for lots 83, 84, pt 85 (north-western moiety).

Allotment 85 - (3806; 43/112), (S 2390; 2608/166)

  • 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.
  • Application 3806
  • 16/8/1851 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane & Finnis to Lachlan MacFarlane gent Mt Barker, Walter Paterson farmer Mt Barker and John James Bonnar gentleman Mt Barker, with Lot 84 and part lot 85, ‘upon certain trusts for the Presbyterian Church … a cite (sic) for a Presbyterian church, school house and residence for a minister for said church’.  A cost of 10/-.
  • 17/2/1863 - RPA:  The Trustees.  Value £300, for lots 83, 84, pt 85 (north-western moiety).
  • Search 2390.
  • 21/10/1864 - To Frederick Stone commission agent Mt Barker, Simeon Moss storekeeper Mt Barker; Thomas Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker; Frederick Charles Smith gardener Mt Barker 10/-, of lots 86, 87, pt 85, as the site of a church and pasonage to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland.
  • 13/4/1894 - To the Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.
  • 28/8/1958 - RPA:  The Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.

Allotment 86 - (Search 2390; 2608/166)

  • 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.
  • 21/10/1864 - To Frederick Stone commission agent Mt Barker, Simeon Moss storekeeper Mt Barker; Thomas Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker; Frederick Charles Smith gardener Mt Barker 10/-, of lots 86, 87, pt 85, as the site of a church and pasonage to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland.
  • 13/4/1894 - To the Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.
  • 28/8/1958 - RPA:  The Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.

Allotment 87- (Search 2390; 2608/166)

  • 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.
  • 21/10/1864 - To Frederick Stone commission agent Mt Barker, Simeon Moss storekeeper Mt Barker; Thomas Stephenson storekeeper Mt Barker; Frederick Charles Smith gardener Mt Barker 10/-, of lots 86, 87, pt 85, as the site of a church and pasonage to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland.
  • 13/4/1894 - To the Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.
  • 28/8/1958 - RPA:  The Synod of the Church of England in the Diocese of Adelaide Inc.

Allotment 88 - (13339; 192/50)

  • 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 William Storr Minister Mt Barker £15, to the use of his wife Bridget absolutely.
  • 5/3/1874 - RPA Bridget Storr widow Mt Barker. Value £40.  Title to William Rundle butcher Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 89 - (8095; 98/210)

  • 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 - To William Rundle miner Mt Barker  £210.
  • 14/1/1867 - RPA:  Rundle now farmer.  Value £400, for lots 60, 89, and pt lot 178.  Title to Rundle.

Allotment 90 - (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 91 - (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 92 - (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 93 - (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 94 - (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 95

  • 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.
  • 30/9/1854 - To Charles Low innkeeper Mt Barker £49, for lot 95 and pt 68.

Allotment 96

  • 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.
  • 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.

Allotment 97 - (3585; 45/143)

  • 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.
  • 30/10/1862 - To John Hancock bricklayer Mt Barker £30.  He mortgaged to the Mt Barker Land, Building and Investment Society, and defaulted. (£300 to be paid back at £1/5/- per week.  Had 16 weeks’ grace before bankruptcy proceedings would begin against him if he stopped repayment regularly).  The Society sold the allotment.
  • 30/10/1862 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £156.  Title to John Hall farmer Mt Barker Springs.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 98 - (3367; 35/229)

  • 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 - To John Hancock bricklayer Mt Barker £15.  He mortgaged his property to William Osborne gentleman Adelaide, for £100 for 2 years (1858-1860) at 15% pa.  Hancock defaulted and Osborne sold the property.
  • 8/9/1862 - RPA:  Osborne.  Value £110.  Title to Ainsworth Auchinleck Huddlestone grocer North Adelaide.  Weekly tenant Mrs Elizabeth Low.

Allotment 99 – (27087;2245/146)

  • 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.
  • 14/12/1849 - To Peter Tierney cooper Mt Barker  £15.
  • 22/12/1849 - To the Rev’d Daniel James Draper Superintendent Minister for the time being of the Wesleyan Methodist Society in SA £38/17/6.
  • 4/12/1850 - To John Dunn, John Banks Shepherdson, William Barker shoemaker, Richard Crisp blacksmith, William Dodd blacksmith, John Venning farmer, George Venning farmer, Benjamin Fuller carpenter, all of Mt Barker, John Colton saddler, William McGuire solicitor, both of Adelaide £40, as trustees for the Mt Barker Wesleyan Methodist Society Chapel.
  • 17/6/1922 - RPA:  The trustees for the time being of the Mt Barker Methodist Church, Charles Pope farmer, William Trewartha Cornelius wheelwright, Richard Daniel blacksmith, John William Walkom carpenter, Thomas Robert Webber builder, Joseph Pope farmer, Charles Berkley Pope farmer, Arthur Douglas Wilkinson chemist, William Ewart Daddow gardener, George Henry Jacobs bacon curer, Percival John Pope farmer, Herbert Samuel Dunn gentleman, Bert Ansell clerk, Leslie Whitford baker, Frank Fry labourer, Frank Stanley Daniel blacksmith, Dick Harrison Daniel blacksmith, James Pryor schoolmaster, James Thomas Walker station master, Frederick William Ellis road inspector, all of Mt Barker.  Value £150, with Section 5015 Hundred of Macclesfield, which the trustees of the time had bought as a land grant on 16/8/1851, ‘for the erection of a chapel or minister’s dwelling for the people called Methodists’.  Title to the Trustees.

Allotment 100 - (26785; 1165/82), (28267; 1771/35)

  • 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.
  • 30/10/1862 - This allotment did not sell.  The common trustees for the Dutton and MacFarlane Estates (with the agreement of the respective families) transferred the property to John Finnis.
  • 30/11/1864 - To John Finnis Esquire Adelaide 10/-, by agreement of the representatives of the Dutton and MacFarlane families.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  He left his property to his 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.
  • The Finnis family made no further registered transactions concerning this property.
  • Application 26785 - Commonwealth Government application.
  • 23/4/1913 - RPA:  The Commonwealth of Australia.  Value £120, for Lot 101, Pt Lots 100, pt 102, pt 103 (see map).  The Federal Government acquired the land by compulsory acquisition.  Commonwealth Government Gazette 16/3/1916 pp 602/3 - 30/10/1862
  • Application 28267 (part lot facing Hutchinson St)
  • 23/4/1913 - RPA:  The Commonwealth of Australia.  Value £120, for Lots 100 and pt 102.  The Federal Government acquired the land by adverse possession.