ADDINSELL Frederick AGATE Joseph ANDERSON Alfred ANDREWS William AVERALL Edward BASS William BAXTER Miss BECKETT Thomas BENBOW Richard BINNS Nimrod, Caroline Augusta SHAW, 3 ch BLENCHOW / (BLENCOWE?) Mrs BULLEN J Henry BROUGH Samuel A (on to Pt Phillip) BULLEY William George BURTON Leonard Samuel, Eliza HOPE CAMPION William Freeman, Sarah Agnes BEASLEY CANTERBURY Thomas CHAPMAN James, Mary STANFORD, Stanford, Edgar, Albert, Em, Art, My, Louisa CLARE Miss Florence COOMBS E Sawton, wife, 3 ch CUTHBERT Charles DAWSON Henry EARL Sarah, Mary Ann, Catherine ENGLETON James FALKINER Frederick FARRELL Elizabeth FARRELL Samuel, wife (on to Pt Phillip) FERGUSON Mrs, 2 sons (on to Pt Phillip) FERGUSON Samuel FREEMAN Samuel, Hannah PEARCE, Geo Jas Wm GILL John GILL Rebecca GODDARD William GREEN Miss HALLETT George, wife, dau HARPER Francis HEI Hans HENDERSON E G HIENZ / (HEINZ?) Miss HIGHMORE Richard HUMPHREY Aziah INCE Richard JOBBINS Thomas, wife, 3 ch JOHNSON Frederick JONES Henry, wife, 4 ch JONES Josiah, Mary GOODRICH, Cath, My Eliz, Em Eliza / Eliza Ann (b@sea) JONES William KING Francis KNOWLES Thomas LOCKWOOD Henry LONGCHAMP (Jean Francois?), wife (Clara Mary VASSAL?) (not on to Pt Phillip) MANNING George MANTLE Julia MITT William, wife, 2 ch MOONEY Robert MOONEY Sarah MOREY Benjamin, Eliza SMITH, Hy Rbt, Emily Eliza, Amelia, Fdk, Chas Whybrow MORRIS Samuel PLAISTED John, wife, Sally, John, Art, Philip, Thos, Walter ROBERTS Edmund, wife, 2 ch SKEATE William (on to Pt Phillip) SLADE Henry SMITH Ann STEPHENS Philip, wife, child STRATTON Charles THORPE Alfred
DEATH OP MR. W. WADHAM.—Mr. William Wadham, land agent and auctioneer, an old identity of the city, died at his residence, Eastwood, on Sunday, aged seventy, Mr. Wadham was a native of London. He received his early education in a private school, and afterwards studied for two years at the London University. Subsequently he was engaged in tuition, and at the age of seventeen entered the office of Mr. B. New and Son, architects and surveyors, London. He was in the field from 1856 to 1858 until he collapse of the rail way-construction excitement, when he fell back upon tuition and became second Master of Dover House School, in the Old Kent-road. About this time he was made a member of the College of Proceptors. He left England on November 13, 1849, in the Rajah for the colonies, arriving in Adelaide on April 12, 1850. He was first engaged by Mr. Chauncy, who had the contract; for the survey of the line of railway from Port Adelaide to the Burra. Mr. Wadham prepared plans of this railway and also designs for the bridges, which were favourably commented on by the Press of the day. Subsequently he was engaged as surveyor by Mr. George Green, then a leading land agent. He joined the exodus to the Victorian Diggings, but returned to Adelaide after a brief absence. He was engaged largely in gold buying under Mr. Green for the Bank of South Australia, and was shortly afterwards taken into partnership. The partnership was dissolved by effluxion of time in 1869, and Mr. Wadham entered into business on his own account as land agent and auctioneer. He held a licence for over thirty years, and conducted some of the largest private surveys and most successful estate sales in South Australia. In 1885 Mr. Wadham was returned as a member of the Legislative Council for the Northern District, and Gas until July, 1688, when he resigned.