ADAMS Richard BALDWIN Stephen Thomas, Emma WINDEY, f svnt BANKS John B BARNES William Roberto BARROW BERRY Samuel, Maria (wife, d aft arr), 2 ch BLACHFORD / (BLATCHFORD?) Elizabeth BLENKINSOP BOLTER / (BOLTON?) BROWN, wife, dau BUCK / BACK / (BECK?) Edward BUDD Miss (Elizabeth?) CAMERON Charles CAREY Mrs (nee Grace ROWE?) CART / CARY / (CAREY?), wife CARTER CERVELL / (CHIVELL?) CHAPMAN Mrs (Eliza?), child CHEATAM / (CHEETHAM?) (d@sea), wife CLARKE COLLINS, dau CUNNING DARE DAVIS EDWARDS FEATHERSTONE FISHER FORSHEW GALLEY George Miller, Olivia Jane GREAVES, 2 ch (1 d@sea) GIBSON Joshua GOODWIN John B, Ann (wife) GURNER John, Sarah SKINNER, Sarah, Emily, Eliza, John, Fdk Wm, Geo, Louisa HARVIS HAYDEN, wife HAYS HERBERT Thomas, Sarah TOWNSEND, Em My (d aft arr), Walter Geo, Orpah, Louisa, Hy, Wm HERBERT Mrs HOLLIDAY / (HALLIDAY Robert (w)?) HOLLINGWORTH Lewis HUMPHRIES INGRAM (d@sea), wife JACKSON Francis Charlesworth JENNINGS JOHNSON KING, wife KRUSS / KREISS Jasper Jacob KRONK Nicolaus Friedrich, Catharina SCHOLTING, Je Emilie LADMORE Frederick, Sarah GURNER, 3 ch LEATE LOFT (Hannah?) MACKMENT MAHON Miss MALEN / (MALLEN?) MARSH Robert, Mary BIDGOOD MARSHALL MARTIN
DEATHOF ANOTHER OLD PRESSMAN.— We have to record the death on Thursday, Mar. 3, at his residence, Freeman- Street, of another old colonist in the person of Mr. William Masters, who was a member of the Register staff for nearly forty years. The deceased, who was in his seventy-second year, was a native of Woolwich, and came to the colony with his family in 1849. He then entered the service of the late Mr. John Stephens, proprietor of the Register, and in 1852 joined in the stampede to the Victorian gold fields. Returning to Melbourne Mr. Masters joined the staff of the Melbourne Argus, and in 1853 returned to Adelaide and proceeded to the Echunga goldfields, then in the heyday of prosperity. There he remained a considerable time, and was one of the most successful on the field. A turn in the tide of fortune, mainly owing to deeper sinking and the in rush of water, induced the deceased to abandon gold-seeking and resume his old occupation. He then rejoined the staff of the Register and continued his connection with it up to within a few months ago, when he was laid up with a severe attack of rheumatic gout, which was followed by cancer in the throat. The deceased was a most conscientious and skilled workman, being noted for accuracy and neatness in all his handiwork. He leaves a widow, also two sons and two daughters, all grown up. The remains of the deceased were interred in the West-terrace Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. There was a large attendance, including members of the deceased's family and representatives of all the departments of the office. The proprietary was represented by Mr. R. K. Thomas, Mr. J. H. Finlayson sending an apology owing to absence from town. Mr. V. L. Solomon, M.P. and Mr. Charles Day, a former proprietor of the Register, also attended. The Rev. R. C. Dendy officiated at the grave.
South Australian Register Tuesday 15 March 1892 page 3
MASTERS, Louisa nee ABSALOM
MASTERS, Sophia MASTERS, William Born at sea on the voyage to Australia
MAZE, wife, dau, child (d@sea) MCCARTHA / (MCARTHUR?) MOORE MOYLE OLLIVER OLLIVER (Augustus?), wife (Harriet Maria HOCKING?) OSBORNE (William?) PAGUS, wife, 4 ch PAUL PHILLIPS PLUMER / (PLUMMER?) POOLE John Burfitt / Burford, Caroline BUDD POOLE (John?), wife (Georgina Thomasina?), child PRICE REECE REES RELPHE RICHMOND, wife RIDE, wife, 3 ch ROBERTS ROBIN ROBINSON SHANYER / (SHAWYER?) Miss SHARMAN SHAWYER John Thomas STANILAND STIRLING William Matthew STEWART TELLING William, wife, My Ann Eliz TRAPPIT Miss TREWEEK (John?) TUCKER TWEEDIE (William?), wife, 4 ch (inc David?) URLEVIN Miss WALLACE WALSH (John?) WEALAND / (WHELAN?) Mrs WENTWORTH WESTERN WHITE, wife, 6 ch WHITE Mrs, son WHITEHOUSE (William?) WHITTLE WILD WILKEY WILKS WILTSHIRE William, Esther BURROWS, Wm, Thos, Maria Jane, 2 ch (d@sea)