RED HILL GRANTEES SURNAME INDEX, ALPHABETICAL FOR EACH PARISH.
GRANTEES NEAR RED HILL.
N.B. All grantees will be mentioned in the RED HILL PIONEERS journal with quite extensive detail from various sources, even about those of whom I know nothing at the moment. Additions are being made to the pioneers journal all the time so stay tuned in.
Aitken, Allan, Attenborough, Bayne, Buchanan, Bullock, Byrne, Davey, Downward, Duff, Fooks, Gibson, Gray, T.Hamilton, Head, Hindmarsh, Holding,William Hopcraft, Journeaux, McConnell, McKeown, Oswin, Palmer, Pitcher, Roy, Sherwood, Simpson, Smith, J.R.Thompson, Tonkin, Wighton, George Wilson.
APPLEYARD, ARKWELL, CALDER, CLYDESDALE, COUNSEL, DAVEY, DAVIES, DOWNWARD, DUNN, EATON, FRITSCH, GOULDING, GRIFFITH, HARRISON, HOLMES&WEADSON (WADESSON?), KEMP, LOXTON, MATHESON, McILROY, MILNER, MOAT, PEATEY, RINGROSE, WINDSOR, WISEMAN, YOUNG.
BRADY, CAIN, DAVEY, GRIFFITH, HARDS, John HOPCRAFT, JAMES, JOHNSTONE, SHAND.
Information about the farms of the above appears in the RED HILL GRANTEES journal and details about later owners of properties, relationships, activities, street names and so on will be included in the RED HILL PIONEERS JOURNAL.
on 2012-01-07 16:17:54
Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.