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Joseph MELLOR

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  • Name Joseph MELLOR 
    Born 9 Sep 1808 Elland, St Mary, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Newspaper 8 Apr 1835 Halifax, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Mellor, Joseph & Fox, Mary - Marriage Notice in Leeds Mercury

      On Thursday, ..
      Same Day, at Halifax, by the Rev. W. Gilmour, M. A. Mr. Jospeh Mellor, of Brighouse, groce, to Miss mary Fox, of Rastrick.
    mellor/Mellor Joseph 1835 Marriage article.jpg
    Occupation 8 Apr 1835 Brighouse, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3]  – Grocer
    • Mellor, Joseph & Fox, Mary - Marriage Notice in Leeds Mercury

      On Thursday, ..
      Same Day, at Halifax, by the Rev. W. Gilmour, M. A. Mr. Jospeh Mellor, of Brighouse, groce, to Miss Mary Fox, of Rastrick.
    Occupation 1840  [4] – Wheelwright.
    Immigration 7 Jul 1840 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [5]  – "Fairlie"
    • Ship "Fairlie", Date of arrival: 7 Jul 1840, Departure Port: London, Arrival Port: Pt Adelaide,  Passengers 266
      Mellor, Delia, aged 20, occupation,milliner, No. 7055 Emb No. 4426
      Mellor,Joseph, aged 30 from Brighouse, Occupation Joiner No. 7054 Emb No. 4425
      Mellor,Mary, aged 22 from Brighouse, Occupation Straw Platter No. 7056 Emb No. 4427
      Mellor,Thomas, aged 49 wife aged 48, Occupation Farm labourer. 7057 Emb No. 4424
      Turner, Joshua 28 of Sowerby Bridge (No. 7055 Emb 4463)
      Turner, Nancy nee Mellor aged  26
      Turner, Joshua's daughters aged 4 and 2
      Walker Richard 28 (Carpenter) of Salter Hibble, Halifax  (No. 7053 Emb 4469)
      Walker, Richard's 2 yrold son and 6 month old daughter
    mellor/Mellor 1840 Fairlie Shipping doc.jpg
    Turner Joshua 1840 Shipping doc.jpg
    Walker Richard 1840 Shipping doc.jpg
    Occupation Between 1842 and 1868 Kapunda, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • MELLORS BROS (1868 - 1891)
      Founded in 1842 by Joseph Mellor in Adelaide. It became 'J MELLOR & Sons' and opened a branch in Kapunda in 1863. In 1868 it became 'MELLOR Bros'. During this period branch factories were, opened at Jamestown and Quorn, SA. The business was floated into a company and became 'MELLOR BROS (farmers) CO - OPERATIVE'. One source has the company still existing in c1909 and operated by J.F.MELLOR
      <"http://www.wn.com.au/caladenia/ManuL~M.html">http://www.wn.com.au/caladenia/ManuL~M.html
    Land 1843  [6] – Glen Osmond Road to Sturt River
    • South Australia Land Returns for 1843 by Andrew and Sandra Twining
      Glen Osmond Road to Sturt River
      Mellor Joseph 76 acres wheat
    Newspaper 13 May 1847 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7]  – SA Gazette
    • SA Gazette 13 May 1847 p 165
      ....the undersigned Joseph Mellor and Richard Walker hitherto carrying on business in Weymouth -street Adelaide, as builders, wheelwrights etc.. was this day dissolved by mutual consent: and that Mr Thomas Robertson of Leigh-street, Hindley-street Adelaide is authorised to receive all monies due to us on account of the said partnership....
    Newspaper 19 Feb 1859 Morphett Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 8]  – Marriage
    • 19 February 1859
      On the 17th February, by special licence, at the residence of Mr Joseph Mellor, Morphett-street, by the Rev. Mr Hodge, Mr John Lavin, of Norwood, to Mrs Malin of Port Adelaide.
    Malin Mary Mellor 1871 Marriage doc
    Occupation 28 Jan 1868 Franklin Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    • Joseph retired in 1868 and "handed the business over to three of his sons - Thomas, James and Benjamin."
    mellor/Mellor Joseph 1868 Gazette article.jpg
    Photos Abt 1875 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    Mellor Joseph b 1808 d 1880
    Residence 1840-1880 399 The Espanande, Mellor Park, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Mellor Homestead doc
    Died 28 Dec 1880 Semaphore, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Cemetery Est 30 Dec 1880 West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 12
    • Joseph Mellor and Henry Joseph son of Thos Fox -
      WTC Road 3 path 16e

      Rd 3, Path 20 W, 38-39 No. 293
      leaseholder Joseph Mellor (source WTC Book)
    Document BISA  [7]
    Mellor Joseph 1880 Bisa doc
    Document Est 30 Dec 1880 West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [13]  – Burial
    Mellor West Terrace Burial notes doc
    Buried Est 30 Dec 1880 West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Newspaper 8 Jan 1881  [7, 15] – Obituary
    • South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA   Saturday 8 January 1881 The Late Mr. Joseph Mellor. - From our obituary notices it will be seen that another old and well-known colonist - Mr. Joseph Mellor - has joined the great majority.
      Mr. Mellor arrived in South Australia by the Fairlee in the year 1840,  and at first followed the occupation of a carpenter and joiner. Shortly afterwards he essayed agriculture, taking a small farm on the Good wood-road, and paying £1 per bushel for seed wheat This venture did not pay, as wheat shortly afterwards fell greatly in price. He best became prominently known as the successful tenderer for several Government contracts, amongst which was that of clearing the Park Lands. Then he established machinery and implement workshops, which were at first carried out on a moderate scale. In 1851, after the Victorian diggings had broken out, he proceeded to Forest Creek, and opened a store there ; but after a short stay of ten months returned to the colony of his adoption. He became the contractor for the carriage of several up-country mails, the most important of which were those to the Burra and to Gawler. Being a man of ideas, he had by this time increased the business of his implement factory considerably, and had introduced many novelties into the colony. He evinced great interest in all questions affecting the progress of the colony, and, notwithstanding his activity in business matters, he on more than one occasion offered himself as a candidate for legislative honours. Some twelve years ago he experienced a buggy accident on the Mount Barker road, some of the ill effects of which are believed to have lasted up till his death. About ten years ago he placed his factory in the charge of his sons, some business difficulties being then existent. The firm founded by him has since borne the name of Mellor Brothers, while the deceased has been living quietly at the Semaphore. His health has been failing for some months past, and about a month ago he went to Melbourne, at which place he was attacked by a fit of paralysis, supposed to be remotely connected with the accident before mentioned. In consequence of this attack he returned home unexpectedly, but has been unable since to converse with any freedom. He died at 2.30 on Tuesday morning.
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    Mellor Joseph 1881 Obit article30810394-6-017
    Newspaper 21 Jul 1903 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [16]  – Old Photos
    • Photos taken in 1871
      OLD COLONISTS.
      INTERESTING COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS MISSING PICTURES WANTED.
      The librarian of the Public Library (Mr. J. R. G. Adams) and his assistant (Mr. Ifould) have spent many hours of late in deciphering the names written on an inte- resting collection of photographs of old colo- nists. On December 28, 1871, the late Mr. Emanuel Solomon gave a banquet in the Adelaide Town Hall to those who arrived in the province in the earliest years of its history-before 1841. Photographs were taken of most of those who attended, and the collection was put into a handsome frame. Unfortunately a fire broke out in the studio of the artist (Duryea), and a number of the photographs were either burned or severely scorched. In 1894 the late Mr. C. H. Hussey, of Port Elliot, being impressed with the historic value of the group, purchased it, and presented it to the Public Library, where it adorns the southern wall at the turnstiles. For years attempts have been made to decipher the names, and Messrs. Adams and Ifould, having exhaust- ed their ingenuity, now appeal to the public to assist them in completing the list, and to supply photographs of those who were present at the gathering, and are not represented. The names, so far as they can be made out, are as under:

      J. Abbott, W. Abbott, J. W. Adams, W. Adams, A. Adamson, D. B. Adamson, C. B. Addison, W. Adair. H. Alford, J. Allen, G. Alston, jun., G. Alston, Andersen, J. Anderson, P. Anderson, E. W. Andrews, J. Applebee, J. Appleby, S. Ash, T. Atkinson. T. Austin, and Hon. B. Ayers.  Captain C. H. Bagot, J. D. Bagshaw, A. Baker, G. Baker, Baker, J. Baker, B. Baker, W. Baker, S. Bakewell, B. Baukhead, E. H. Barden, S. M. Baring, Barker, W. A. Bains, J. Barrit, H. Bate, H. Bawden, K. Bawden, J. Beames, J. Beames, W. Beames, Beams, C. F. Beaumont, R. W. Beddome, J. Beer, J. Beirstone. A. Bell, C. Bell, T. Bennet, E. Biggs, W. Biggs, R. Black, T. Black, W. B. Black, I. Blackham. B. Blackham, B. Bliss, Bloxham, A. Blyth, N. Blyth, C. Bonney, W. Bothwick, F. H. Botting, F. J. Bottomley, J. Bottrill, J. Bowden, W. Bowman. C. Brandis, I. Breaker, J. J. Breaker, J. Brewer, H. Briggs, H. Briggs, sen.,   S. B. Briggs,
      * E. Broadbent, H. Broadbent, H. S. Broadbent,
      E. Brooks, J. Brown, M. H. Brown, W. Brown, K. G. Bruce, J. W. Bull, J. Bullock, C. Burf, R. Burfield, E. Burford, S. Burford, W. Burford, B. Burke, C. Burnet. G. Burton, W. Burton, W. Burton, W. Bush, Bushell, and J. B. Bushell. A, Calderwood, J. Callaway,- A. M. Campbell, W. Carmann, W: Carter, H. Cawley, W. Chalwin, R. Chandler, J. P. Chapman, S. Chapman, S. Chapman, W. Chase, J. Chittleborough, B. Clark, J. Clark, R. Cleland; G. Clisby. C. L. Clisby, J. Cobbledick, P. B. Coglin, W. Coker, W. Cole, J. E. Coleman, C. J. Collins, J. Collins, A. Cook, R. Cook, D. Cox, E. Cox, J. Cox, W. Cox, W. J. Cox, W. Crabb, I. Crompton, W. Crawford, J. Crews, J. Crocher. J. Crombie. J. Crouttor, W. N. Crowder, and D. Cudmore. K. Daing, J. M. Daniel, T. R. Daniel, W. Daniel, T. Darby, M. Davie, D. Davies, F. O. Davies, J. f.. Davis, C. Dawes, R. Day, T. Dayman, W. Dean, C. B. Bebney, W. Delany, W. J. Disher, H. Douglas, J. Dow, H. Downer, F. Duffield, J. S. Duncan, G. Dunn, J. Dunn, J. Dunn, jun., W. Dunn, and H. Durieu.R. Eagle, R. J. Eagle, W. Easther, E. B. Edg- coomb, J. Edmonds, Edwards, C. Edwards, W. Edwards, M. Elliot, T. Elliot, C. Emery, Dr. Everard, C. J. Everard, W. Everard, C. Everett, and W. Everett. C. Farr, E. Farrow, T. Fax, W.'P. Featherstone, W. Fetchans, J. Fidge, W. Field, J. Fielder, E. L. Finey, S. Finey, S. C. Finn, Hon. B. Finnis, Sir J. H. Fisher, C. F. Folland, Fooks, J. Foot, J. Foreman, H. Francis. P. Francis, W. Francis, R. Frew, C. Frost, E. Fry, B. Fuller, and C. Furler W. Gall, A. Ganoni, D. Garlick, E. Gate, Gover- nor G. Gawler, H. Gawler, Thos. Gepp, M. C. Giles, T. Giles, W. Giles, O. Gillies, R. Goddard, W. G. Gold, S. Goldsack, N. Goodall, J. T. Goode, J. Gregory, J. Gregory, and J. Gabble. J. B. Hack, R. B. Hale, C. Hall, D. Hall. A. Hallett. Com. Hamilton. C. Hance, W. Hance, W. Hannaford, C. S. Hare. F. Harris, R. Harrison, Captain Hart, H. Hart, J. Hart, J. Hart, T. R. Hart, J. Harvey, J. Harwood-Dankhors, J. C. Hawker, J. Hayward, G. Head, I. Hernshaw, C. Herring, H. J. Herring, H. Hersey, J. Heywood, H. Hight, G. W. Hill, W. Hill, W. Hill, J. F. Hil lieir. J. Hillier. W. Hillier, J. Human, Governor Hindmarsh, J. Hindmarsh, W. Hinze, F. Hodding, T. Hoddrich, W. Hodges, T. Hogarth, E. Hol, W. Holden, B. Horsell, J. K. Hort, J. Huggins, W. H. Huggins; C. Hughes, W. F. Hughes, N. Hunter, W. Hunter. C. H. Hussey. H. Hussey, G. T. Hussy, R. Hyde, G. Hyles, and W. Hyne. C. F. Ind. E. A. Jackson, H. Jackson, T. Jackson, T. Jack- son, I. Jacobs. G. James, J. Jellett. T. Jellett, I. Jepp, B. Jermain, J. Jermain, S. Jermain, H. Jessup, A. G. Johnson, C. Johnson, A. C. Johnston, A. C. Johnston, C. Johnston, H. Johnston. J. John- ston, J. Johnston, Jas. Johnston, B. Johnston, W. Johnston, A. Johnstone. J. Johnstone. R. Jones, T. Jones, J. Jovce. E. Jury, F. Jury, and W. Jury. W. D. Kekwick, H. Kelley, W. KeUey, J. Kelly, J. B. Kelly, B, Kelly, B. S. Kelly. O. Kerr, B. Kerwood, S. King. W. C. King, G. S. Kingston, H. Kinham, A. Kirk, C. J. Kirkwood, and J. Kite - j! Ladyman, J. Laffer, J. Laffin, W. Langly, W. Langman. J. Latter, J. Lawe, T. Lawes, A. Law- son, N. Leader, W. Lean, J. Lewis, J. Lewis,- S. Lewis, W. Lillecrapp, A. Lindsay, 0. Lines, G. Liptrot, J. Lithel, J. Lithgow, C. Logan, K. Logan, A. Lorrimer, A. Low, J. Lowman, B. Lucas, C. Luhrs, J. Lush. A. Macdonald, E. Macdonald, J. W. Macdonald, C. McEwen, Dr. McHenry, J. McLaren, A. McLean, A. McLean, J. Mail, W. Malpas, J. Marshal, S. Marshal, W. Marshall, W. Martin, T. Maslin, T. Mastin, S. Medien, J. Meek.
      * J. Mellor, T. F. Mellor,
      W. D. Melville, M. Menpes, C. Merrett. W. Metcalf, C. Mildred, Hon. H. Mildred, C. Miller, T. Miller, C. Mills, W. Milne, J. Milton, W. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, W. Molyneux, J. Monk, J. Monks, J. Monro. T. F. Monteith. Dr. Mont eomery, Sir J. Morphett, Morris, H. T. Morris, J. Morris, J. Morris, H. J. Mosley. D. Mott, J. Mudge, T. Muggs, P.. Mullany, D. Mundy, H. Mundr.A. Murray, C. W. Murray, and J. Myles. T. A. Naughton, T. Neale, S. Neales, Neate, W. Neate, J. Neil. J. Neson, J. Nelson, J. Newman, J.*Niall, îî. Nichols, J. Nixon, and R. Norton. P. Ockenden, Captain O'Halloran, Major O'Hal- loran, Oldham, A. O'Leary, D. O'Leary, W. Othams, J. Ottoway, and J. Owen. E. Parah, R. Parker, Hon. W. Parkin, J. Parry, E. Parsons, J. Parsons, Rev. Partridge, W.   Patching, W. Patteson, W. Pattesson, J. B. Paull, A. Payne, W. Peacock, Hon. W. Peacock, E. Pearce, J. Peck, S. Peck, Pegler, T. Pegler, W. Percival, B. Perking C. Perry, C. A. Perry, J. N. Perry, G. Phillips, W. Phillips. J. Pickering, T. Pierce, W. Pink, H. Pitcher, J. Pitcher, S. Pittaway E. Plummer, T. Plummer, T. Plummer, C. Porter, C. Porter, W. Potter, W. Prescott, A. Press, W. Press, S. Price, H. Pritchard, W. Prit- chard, and W. Putland.H. Quin.C. Radford, J. Radford, R. Ragless, W. Baines, J. Rainsford, W R. Randall, T. Randle, J. Rankin, J. Rankine, R. Rankine, W. Bankin, W. Ransom, Rastian, F. Raymond. W. Raymond, M. Raven, W. Reeds, Reynell, S. Reynell, H. Reynolds, T. Reynolds, T. Reynolds, W. P. Reynolds, O. K. Richardson. J. Ridgway, Roberts, W. Roberts, H. Robinson, C. Rocletsa, T. W. Rogers, J. Rounsevell, J. Rounsevell, E. Rowe, J. Rowe, J. Rowe, W. Rowland, J. Rowlands, and W. Russell. S. Sandes, G. Sanders, W. Sanders, J. S. Scholar, G. Schroeder, O. T. Scown, J. Shand, P. Shanks, J. Shaw, G. Sherríng, S. R. Shillabeer, J. Short, W. Shuard, H. Silke, J. Simons. Captain Simpson, A. Skipworth, J. Sladden, S. Sladdcn, C. Smith, D. Smith, F. Smith, J. Smith, J. Smith, J. Smith, J. Smith, R. Smith, W. Smith, J. Snoswell, C. Solomon, E. Solomon, J. Solomon, J. M. Solomon, R. South, G. Soward, C. Sparks, F. Spar shott, J. Sparshott, J. Spencer, E. Spicer, E. Spiller, C. M. Sprigg, H. L. Sprigg. T. A. Sprigg, J. Stace, W. S. S. Stacey, J. Stafford, J. Stansbury. H. Stanford, T. Stanford, J. Stead, S. Stephens, Ste- phenson, J. Stephenson, J. Stephenson, Stock, T. Stoddart, J. Stone, J. Storrer, J. Stow, R. I. Stow, J. Strong, and C. W. Stuart. J. M. Tapley, H. Taylor, D. Teakle, R. Thomas, J. Thompson, W. Thompson, J. Thorn, C. Thorpe, M. Tidy, W. Thompson, Tonkin, T. Tonkin, J. Townsend, W. Townsend, W. Tully,
      *J. Turner,
      J. S. Tuxford, Trench, and J. Trussel. J. S. Underdown, and Underwood.   G. Vickery, W. Viney, and J. Virgo.   W. Wade, Walkeley, T. M. Walker, W. Walker, J. Walsh, Warder, M. Wardle, F. Ware, F. Watson, H. Watson, T. Watson, A. Wearing, Wedd, C. F. Weeke, A. Weir, D. H. Weir, T. Welbourn, J. Westcomb, T. Whitacre, G. White, W. Whiting- ton, S. Whitmore, W. Whittel, T. Whyte. G. White, F. Wicksteed, T. Wiggins, C. Wilke, W. Wilkins, Williams, J. Williams, J. Williams, S. Williams, W. Wilms hurst, A. Wilson, C. Wilson, E. W. Wilson, J. Wilson, M, Wilson, R. Wilson, W. Wingate, T. Winton, J. Wisdon, T. Wood, J. Woody, Wright, and Dr. Wyatt. T. Yard, C. Young, C. Young, J. Young, J. S. Young.

      The compilers are desirous of completing the record before December 28, so that it can be used in connection with the Founda-tion Day celebrations at Glenelg.
    Mellor 1903 Old Photos article4976218-4-001
    Mellor 1903 Old Photos article4976218-4-002
    Person ID I1202 Turner
    Last Modified 22 Aug 2014 

    Father Thomas MELLOR,   b. Abt 1785, Greetland, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Mar 1855, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 70 years) 
    Mother Margaret "Peggy" THORNTON,   b. Abt 1786, Elland, St Mary, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Apr 1853, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 67 years) 
    Married 19 Aug 1805 Halifax, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [17, 18, 19
    Family ID F30 Group Sheet,  Family chart

    Family 1 Mary FOX,   b. Abt 1812,   d. 12 Dec 1873, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 61 years) 
    Married 8 Apr 1835 Halifax, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [20, 21, 22
    Children 
     1. Thomas Fox MELLOR,   b. 10 Jul 1836, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Dec 1898, Semaphore, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years)
     2. James Fox MELLOR,   b. 2 Jul 1841, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Apr 1914, Molesworth Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     3. Benjamin Fox MELLOR,   b. 8 Mar 1843, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Mar 1916, Creswick, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     4. John Fox MELLOR,   b. 27 Feb 1845, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 May 1913, Fulham, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)
     5. Mary Eva Fox MELLOR,   b. 13 Jan 1854, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Aug 1854, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2013 
    Family ID F416 Group Sheet,  Family chart

    Family 2 Margaret,   b. Abt 1829,   d. 28 Aug 1916, Semaphore, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 87 years) 
    Married 1875 Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2004 
    Family ID F489 Group Sheet,  Family chart

  • Photos
    Mellor Joseph
  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 9 Sep 1808 - Elland, St Mary, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - 8 Apr 1835 - Halifax, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Grocer - 8 Apr 1835 - Brighouse, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 8 Apr 1835 - Halifax, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - "Fairlie" - 7 Jul 1840 - Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Between 1842 and 1868 - Kapunda, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - SA Gazette - 13 May 1847 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Marriage - 19 Feb 1859 - Morphett Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - 28 Jan 1868 - Franklin Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPhotos - Abt 1875 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 1875 - Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1840-1880 - 399 The Espanande, Mellor Park, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 28 Dec 1880 - Semaphore, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCemetery - Est 30 Dec 1880 - West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDocument - Burial - Est 30 Dec 1880 - West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Est 30 Dec 1880 - West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Old Photos - 21 Jul 1903 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • Jamestown, SA
      As early as 1875 the Mellor Brothers of Adelaide had a factory established and in 1877 Thomas Carter had started a smithy, manufacturing all kinds of farm equipment. The Mellor Brothers also had factories in Quorn and Kapunda  To reduce the cost of transport Francis Opie started the production of Stump jump ploughs  for the local market.
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      Only Mellor listed on 1841 census
      MELLOR: Joseph
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  • Sources 
    1. [S41] Mellor, Joseph Harold, Joseph Mellor His Ancestors and Descendants By his Grandson Joseph Harold Mellor, (1681 Malvern Road Glen Iris, S.E. 6 , Victoria July 1947), p. 3 (Reliability: 3), 21 Dec 2002.

    2. [S344] Ancestry Family Trees, http://trees.ancestry.com.au/tree/8358189/person/-961700157/media/1?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7cpgNum (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S137] Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion, (Marriages and Deaths Leeds Mercury 1835).

    4. [S41] Mellor, Joseph Harold, Joseph Mellor His Ancestors and Descendants By his Grandson Joseph Harold Mellor, (1681 Malvern Road Glen Iris, S.E. 6 , Victoria July 1947), p. 3 (Reliability: 3), 12 Dec 2002.

    5. [S139] State Library of South Australia, (http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm State Library of South Australia : South Australiana database), http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/fh/passengerlists/1840Fairlie.htm (Reliability: 3).

    6. [S166] Turner, Jenny (Sax), email 31 Dec 2006 (Reliability: 3).

    7. [S166] Turner, Jenny (Sax).

    8. [S205] The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901-1929).

    9. [S41] Mellor, Joseph Harold, Joseph Mellor His Ancestors and Descendants By his Grandson Joseph Harold Mellor, (1681 Malvern Road Glen Iris, S.E. 6 , Victoria July 1947), p. 5 (Reliability: 3), 12 Dec 2002.

    10. [S214] Jackson, Heather Bruce.

    11. [S109] South Australian Deaths Index 1842 - 1915, Book: 107 Page: 276 (Reliability: 3), 24 May 2002.
      Surname: MELLOR
      Given Names: Joseph
      Date: 1880-12-28
      Sex: M Age: 72y Status: N
      Relative: (not recorded)
      Relative 2:
      Residence: Semaphore
      Death Place: Semaphore
      District Code: PtA
      Book: 107 Page: 276

    12. [S210] West Terrace Burial Books, (Jenny Turner).

    13. [S226] Holme, Sue.

    14. [S166] Turner, Jenny (Sax), WTC Road 3 path 16e (Reliability: 3), 12 Jan 2003.

    15. [S228] South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900), Article identifier     http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43159925 Page identifier     http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page3998994 APA citation     OBITUARY. (1881, January 8). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900), p. 2 Supplement: Suppleme (Reliability: 3).

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      Thomas MELLOR
      Sex M
      Marriage(s):
      Spouse:  Peggy THORNTON
      Marriage:  19 Aug 1805 Halifax, Yorkshire, England
      Source Information:
      Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type
      M007494  1800-1812  0990598   Film  6909609

    18. [S166] Turner, Jenny (Sax), email 23 May (Reliability: 3).

    19. [S429] England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973, Name: Peggy Thornton
      Gender: Female
      Marriage Date: 19 Aug 1805
      Marriage Place: Halifax,York,England
      Spouse: Thomas Mellor
      FHL Film Number: 990598 (Reliability: 3).

    20. [S49] International Genealogical Index, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/igi/search_igi.asp), M007492 (Reliability: 3).
      Joseph MELLOR
      Sex: M
      Marriage(s):  Spouse: Mary FOX
      Marriage: 8 Apr 1835 Halifax, Yorkshire, England
      Source Information:
      Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
      M007492 1813-1837 0990599-0990603 Film 6909609 Film

    21. [S41] Mellor, Joseph Harold, Joseph Mellor His Ancestors and Descendants By his Grandson Joseph Harold Mellor, (1681 Malvern Road Glen Iris, S.E. 6 , Victoria July 1947), p. 8 (Reliability: 3), 21 Dec 2002.

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      Marriages and Deaths Leeds Mercury 1835
      Edition : Saturday, 11th April 1835Marriages
      On Wednesday at Halifax by Rev W. Gilmor M. A. –  Mr Joseph Mellor of Brighouse, grocer to Miss Mary Fox of Rastrick

    23. [S36] Australian Vital Records, (1875)/1652 (Reliability: 3), 17 Sep 2002.
      MELLOR, Joseph Marriage
      Spouse: TAYLOR, Margaret
      Marriage Place: Newcastle On Tyne
      Reg Year: 1875 Reg State: Victoria
      Ref Number: 1652


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