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INSOLVENCY

Extracts from the 1846 South Australia Government Gazettes

In the Supreme Court Insolvency - Partial account only listed here –

 

 

 

SURNAME

PARTICULARS

SAGG Date

 

alexander

Audit of Accounts - Samuel Alexander, of Burstall near Adelaide, farmer

17/9/1846

allen

declaration of insolvency- William Allen, formerly of the Southern Cross Hotel, Currie St, Adelaide, innkeeper, and now of the Temple Tavern, Gilles Arcade, Adelaide, aforesaid, innkeeper, (also listed as Frederick William Allen 26/3/1846)

19/2/1846

anderson

William Anderson, formerly of Thebarton, near Adelaide, clerk, afterwards of the Toll house, Glen Osmond, on the Great Eastern Road, lessee of the Tolls of the said Great Eastern Road, and now of the Mountain Hut, on the said Great Eastern Road, licensed victualler, do hereby declare that I am in insolvent circumstances and unable to meet my engagements

21/5/1846

anderson

Certificate of Conformity - William Anderson, late of Kensington, formerly of Grenfell St, next to Magill Village, then of  Weymouth St, next to Hindmarsh and of Grenfell St, Adelaide, baker

17/12/1846

andrews

Audit of Accounts - Edward William Andrews, of Flinders St Adelaide, merchant,

17/9/1846

Arthur

James Arthur, an imprisoned insolvent debtor, to audit the accounts of the assignee of his estate

1 Jan 1846

arthur

Audit of Accounts - James Arthur, late of Hindley St, Adelaide, storekeeper

17/9/1846

barnett

Joseph Barnett, formerly of King St, Port Lincoln, publican and constable

23/7/1846

barton

notice of hearing - John Barton, late of Encounter Bay, whaler, formerly of Hobart Town

5/3/1846

bauer

Certificate of Conformity-Charles Bauer, formerly of Currie St, Adelaide, baker, carrying on business under the style or firm of Laurence Bremer & Co, and afterwards of Sect 493 near Klemzig, and last of Sect 425 in the Barossa Range Survey, farmer

17/9/1846

bennett

Audit of Accounts- Samuel Bennett, of Rundle St, Adelaide, merchant,

12/11/1846

borrow

notice of hearing- Richard Eales Borrow, and James Goodiar of Weymouth St, Adelaide, builders and farmers

19/2/1846

Bristow

Robert Bristow, late of Brighton, near Adelaide, builder against whom a fiat was duly issued

15/1/1846

calton

Henry Calton, manager of Caltons Hotel, Gawler Town and formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide, Club Master

1 Jan 1846

chatfield

William Alfred Chatfield, of Hindley St, Adelaide, mariner,

1 Jan 1846

couzens

Audit of Accounts - William Couzens, of the Dry Creek, Para Road, and formerly of Rundle St, boot and shoe maker

10/9/1846

 

crabb

John Lewis Crabb, of Hindley St, Adelaide, Auctioneer

1 Jan 1846

craig

James Craig, of Craigbank, near Morphett Vale farmer, hath certified to the Supreme Court, that he the said James Craig hath in all things conformed himself  to the Ordinances made, and now in force in this province concerning insolvent debtors

26/11/1846

denford

Audit of Accounts - John Denford, of Welwyn, near the Reed Beds, licensed victualler,

6/8/1846

Dorrington

Henry Dorrington, late of Grenfell St, Adelaide, Carpenter & Joiner, an insolvent debtor.

1 Jan 1846

Edmonds

notice of hearing - William Bennett Edmonds, formerly of South Terrace, Adelaide, chief clerk in the Land Office, then of Onkaparinga, farmer, next of the River Sturt, commission agent, then of Marina, near Adelaide aforesaid, and last of Hammersmith, near Adelaide, brewer,

15/1/1846

Edmunds

Joseph Edmunds, late of Gawler Place, Adelaide, tailor

1 Jan 1846

edwards

George Richard Edwards, formerly of Albert Town in the province of SA, carpenter and cow keeper, afterwards of Sect. 437 near Port Adelaide, farmer, and now of Sect. 424 near Port Adelaide, carpenter, do hereby declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

29/10/1846

emmett

Edward Nucella Emmett, of the City of Adelaide, merchant and commission agent, then of Lyndoch Valley, farmer and now of Adelaide aforesaid, out of business do hereby declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

2/7/1846

evans

Audit of Accounts - William Evans, of Weymouth St, Adelaide, and of Port Adelaide, victualler

10/9/1846

 

Fawcett

Thomas Lea Fawcett, of Hindley St, Adelaide, cabinet maker,

19/2/1846

fenn

Audit of Accounts- Charles Fenn, Hindley St Adelaide, merchant, shipowner, and general agent,

23/7/1846

freeman

Thomas Freeman, of Stansfield, Mount Barker, sheep farmer, and formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide, merchant,

19/2/1846

frew

notice of meeting- James Frew, of Rundle St, Adelaide, merchant, and of Fullarton, near Adelaide, farmer and stockholder, are desired to meet the assignee of his estate and effects

9/4/1846

garratt

notice of hearing Samuel Beattie Garratt, last of Walkerville, near Adelaide, late of Rundle St, afterwards of Pirie St, Adelaide, commission agent

26/2/1846

gleeson

Audit of Accounts - Edward Burton Gleeson, farmer, late of Gleeville, near Adelaide

30/7/1846

goldsack

Stephen Goldsack, formerly of North Adelaide baker, since of Hurtle Vale, farmer, then of Weymouth St aforesaid baker, lately of Sydney NSW, journeyman, baker, and now of Walkerville near Adelaide, out of business, do hereby declare that I am insolvent etc

26/11/1846

goodiar

notice of hearing - James Goodiar and Richard Eales Borrow of Weymouth St, Adelaide, builders and farmers

19/2/1846

groser

John Groser, formerly of Hindley St, Adelaide, joiner, afterwards of Queen St, joiner, afterwards of Halifax St, messenger to the Corporation for the said City, afterwards of Morphett St, messenger to the said Corporation and now of Currie St, joiner declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

1/10/1846

hack

John Barton Hack, of Burwash Farm, Three brothers Special Survey, and formerly of Echunga Springs, farmer

1 Jan 1846

hack

Stephen Hack, of Echunga Springs, Mount Barker, farmer

1 Jan 1846

hallack

notice of hearing- William Hallack, of the Northern Plains, stockholder,

19/2/1846

Hamilton

A fiat of insolvency is awarded and issued forth against Robert Hamilton, formerly of the Royal Admiral, Hindley St, and now of the Bush Club hotel, Franklin St, Adelaide, Publican

1 Jan 1846

Harrison

John Jesson Harrison, Robert Harrison and Henry Harrison, late of Lyndoch Valley, Farmers and Partners

1 Jan 1846

hart

Audit of Accounts- Jacob Hart, of Rundle St, Adelaide, cow keeper and general dealer

12/11/1846

Hayward

Fiat- Martinus Peter Hayward, of the Gawler River, stockholder,

7/5/1846

hewitt

Henry Grigg Hewitt, now and late of North Adelaide, clerk do hereby declare that I am insolvent etc.

3/12/1846

hodding

Frederick Hodding, formerly of Mount Barker, farmer, afterwards of Yankalilla, sheep farmer, then of Adelaide and late of Thebarton near Adelaide, aforesaid, out of business, a prisoner confined in gaol for debt, has filed his petition to this Court for relief.

1 Jan 1846

Hornsby

notice of hearing- Thomas Hornsby, of Hindley St, Adelaide Victualler,

19/2/1846

humble

Fiat-Samuel Waller Humble, of the River Light, storekeeper

7/5/1846

huon

Audit of Accounts - Charles Louis Huon, late of Currie St, Adelaide, stockholder,

30/7/1846

iron

Audit of Accounts - James Iron, of the Little Para and late of West Tce, Adelaide, stockholder

10/9/1846

johnston

Certificate of conformity-John Spink Johnston, of Tarkunga, Green Hills, Special Survey, sheep farmer

2/4/1846

jones

John Jones, of Hindmarsh, near Adelaide, labourer

1 Jan 1846

jones

William Jones, late of Gouger St, Adelaide, and formerly of Hope Farm on the Hutt River, journeyman blacksmith, a prisoner confined in gaol for debt

16/4/1846

keates

William Keates, formerly of Angas St, Adelaide, stone mason, afterwards of Burra Burra Mines, stone mason, afterwards of Penworthing in the northern district, stone mason, and now of Robert St, Adelaide, stone mason, do hereby declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

12/11/1846

kell

Fiat- Thomas Smith Kell, of the Reed Beds, farmer,

7/5/1846

Keynes

Joseph Keynes, formerly of Adelaide in the province of SA, and afterwards of Flaxmans Valley in the said province, sheep farmer and now of the North Rhine, overseer, do declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

15/1/1846

lambert

notice of hearing- William Gilchrist Lambert, formerly of Grenfell St, Auctioneer, afterwards of the Club House Hotel, Hindley St, Auctioneer, and late of the Club House, out of business

15/1/1846

lewis

Joseph Lewis, late of Weymouth St, Adelaide, out of business, formerly of Hobart Town, Van Diemen’s Land, innkeeper, a prisoner confined in the gaol of this province for debt, has filed his petition to this Court for relief.

1 Jan 1846

Litchfield

John Palmer Litchfield, of Moorcroft House, near Adelaide, proprietor of Lunatic Asylum

1 Jan 1846

long

Audit of Accounts William Long, of the Meadows Special Survey, and of Gouger St, Adelaide, stockholder

10/9/1846

Macleod

James Macleod, late of Tarranga, near the Onkaparinga River, farmer & stockholder, a final dividend of four pence three farthings and four fifths of a farthing will be payable to the creditors

1 Jan 1846

macpherson

Frederick Adolphus Macpherson, formerly of Prospect Village near Adelaide, draftsman and afterwards clerk in her Majesty’s Survey Office, next of Sect. 78 in the Provincial Survey  marked B, clerk as aforesaid and farmer, then of North Adelaide, clerk, and now of Prospect Village, clerk, do hereby declare that I am insolvent circumstances and unable to meet my engagements

7/5/1846

milne

notice of hearing-Robert Lyon Milne, of Grenfell St, Adelaide, gentleman,

19/2/1846

mullard

notice of hearing- Thomas Mullard, of Holdfast Bay, baker,

19/2/1846

neale

Audit the accounts of the assignee of the estate of - William Henry Neale, of Franklin St, Adelaide, auctioneer and general agent

7/5/1846

newington

Audit of Accounts - John Newington, of Halifax St, Adelaide, brewer,

6/8/1846

Nicholson

Arthur Bolt Nicholson, formerly of Zetland Farm, Morphett Vale, farmer, since of Adelaide, Accountant, since a clerk in the Port Office, in Adelaide, aforesaid, and now a Constable in the Foot Police of the said province, an insolvent debtor

8 Jan 1846

noamus?

Notice of Sale by public auction – Isaac Noamus of Hindley St, Adelaide, auctioneer and general merchant, at the auction mart by the Govt. Auctioneer on Saturday, an allotment of land in Frances St, Adelaide

12/11/1846

novis

Audit of Accounts - Richard Novis, of Hindley St, Adelaide, tin plate worker

6/8/1846

pettman

Audit of Accounts - Henry Pettman, of Port Adelaide, butcher

23/7/1846

pitman

Jacob Pitman, late of Rundle St, Adelaide, carpenter & builder, against whom a fiat bearing date on or about the 7/10/1845 was duly issued

1 Jan 1846

powell

notice of hearing -Charles Powell, of Walkerville, near Adelaide, publican,

19/2/1846

prettejohn

Fiat- Nathaniel Prettejohn, of Sect 48, District A, farmer

7/5/1846

regan

Audit of Accounts - William Regan, of Bowden Village, near Adelaide, labourer,

30/7/1846

reynolds

Fiat - Sarah Reynolds, of Hindley St, Adelaide, draper

23/7/1846

scheibener

notice of hearing- David Scheibener, of the Golden Fleece, Gawler Town, teacher and innkeeper

19/2/1846

scott

Fiat- Frederick Maitland Scott, residing near Willunga, farmer,

7/5/1846

scown

John Thomas Scown, late of Section 45, District B, farmer, an imprisoned insolvent debtor

30/4/1846

shanks

Peter Shanks, of Weymouth St, Adelaide, baker

1 Jan 1846

sinclair

Audit of Accounts - Peter Sinclair, late of King William St, Adelaide, baker

23/7/1846

snooke

Certificate of conformity-John Snooke, late of Hindley St, Adelaide, merchant,

9/7/1846

Southam

Fiats-A fiat of insolvency is awarded and issued against John Southam, late of Millbank, near Adelaide, Farmer

1 Jan 1846

Stevenson

notice of hearing- George Stevenson, of North Adelaide, printer & publisher,

19/2/1846

stuckey

John Stuckey, late of Rundle St, Adelaide, baker, against whom a fiat  was duly issued and awarded

15/1/1846

symers

Audit of Accounts - Thomas Lyall Symers, late of Kensington, supercargo of the ship Ville de Bordeaux,

23/7/1846

 

theakston

John Henry Theakston, of Walkerville, near Adelaide, publican

19/2/1846

Thomson

Bryce Thomson, of Hindley St, Adelaide, baker, 

1 Jan 1846

treleaven

I Thos. Treleaven, late of East Park Mill, miller, then of the Grapes inn, Grenfell St, Adelaide, publican, and now of the City Arms Inn, King William St, Adelaide, publican, do hereby declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements

15 Jan 1846

white

Dividend meeting - George White, of West Tce, Adelaide, carpenter,

19/2/1846

Williams

Thomas Williams, late of the Hermitage, on the little Para River, Esquire, a dividend of two shillings in the pound will be payable to creditors of the above named

1 Jan 1846

Williams

James Williams, formerly of Port Nicholson, in the colony of New Zealand, merchant and auctioneer, afterwards of Port Nelson in the same colony, merchant and auctioneer and now and late of the city of Adelaide, out of business, do hereby declare that I am insolvent and unable to meet my engagements.

23/4/1846

witt

James George Witt, an imprisoned insolvent debtor, late of King William St, Adelaide, out of business, formerly of Australind and Bunbury, WA

1 Jan 1846

wright

Audit of Accounts - John Wright, of Hindley St, Adelaide, tailor,

30/7/1846


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