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Job Gould MALIN

Male Abt 1809 - 1856  (~ 47 years)

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  • Name Job Gould MALIN 
    Born Abt 1809
    Gender Male 
    Immigration Bef 31 Dec 1840 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • MALIN Job Gould, wife Phebe arrived by 1840-12-31
    Gazette Aug 1842
    • Job Malin's flour mill, the City Mill 'at the south-west corner' opposite the West Terrace Cemetery, was built using local timbers (red gum, stringy bark and box tree with wheel cogs of the oily 'peppermint') by August 1842.
      An eight-sided building, it had one pair of grinding stones. Malin sold the mill in January 1843 to Stevens, Phillips and De Horne, one of whom was a professional miller. The new proprietors added a larger pair of grinding stones and renovated the structure, adding 'a superior wind-shaft' and a smut machine, and continued Malin's charge of 1/- a bushel for grinding cereal.
      The mill ceased operating in about 1872. The mill and the Angel Inn were among the first businesses in the South West, beginning the concentration there of small trades, light industry and the settlement of artisans and labourers.

      Source:<"http://www.sahistorians.org.au/175/bm.doc/sw-historic-a5-booklet-2.pdf">http://www.sahistorians.org.au/175/bm.doc/sw-historic-a5-booklet-2.pdf
    Land 1843  [2]
    • South Australia Land Returns for 1843 by Andrew and Sandra Twining
      1843The Pinery
      Malin Job & Jepp Isaac - Brittania Flour Mill
    Cemetery Jan 1856 West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • Name: Malin, Job Gould
      Date of Death: 02 January 1856
      Age: 47 Years
      Last Abode:
      Service Type: Burial

      Location is unknown.
    Document BISA  [4]
    Malin Job Gould Bisa doc
    Died 1 Jan 1856 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [5, 6
    Document 21 Jan 1856  [4] – Death
    Malin Job Gould 1856 Death doc
    Newspaper 9 Apr 1923 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • ADELAIDE'S FIRST MILLS 
      Water, Wind, and Steam.
      By A. T. Saunders 
      The first mill in South Australia was a water-power mill on section 269 in the Waterfall Gully. It was originally in tended for sawing wood, and was begun by John Cannam. In The Southern Austra Can, 20/3/39, tenders are called for the construction of a large wooden water
      wheel, evidently for this mill. The same
      paper, 21/3/43, thus describes the Finniss
      water mill on First Creek. This is the
      oldest mill in South Australia, and it was
      built by John Cannam in 1839 as a saw
      mill, but was bought by Mr. B. T. Finniss
      in December, 1840, who entered it to a
      flour mill. It was built of red gum, and 
      has four floors. The wheels are of red
      gum, the over shot water wheel being 18
      ft. in diameter. Mr. Cain made the water
      wheel and Mr. John Smith, now of Phil
      lips & Horne's mill, made the flour mill.
      Mr. Hutchinson made the sawmill, and
      erected the present "building." This mill
      did good work for some years. It was
      called the Traversbrook mill, and in The
      Register, 8/1/42, p. 1, c. 2, is an advertise
      ment that ffrfis mill on section 269, adjoin
      ing Gleevill, will begin grinding in Feb
      ruary, 1842. The Register, 16/4/42, p. 1, c.
      3, says that wheat is ground and dressed
      at this mill for 2/ per bushel, and that far
      mers who do not find it convenient to
      bring their wheat to the mill can leave it
      at James Hamilton & Co.'s, corner of
      Hindley and King William streets, where
      it will be delivered when ground without
      extra charge. B. T. Finniss, East terrace,
      in The Register, 23/11/44, p. 2, c. 3, says
      that desires to let on section 269 the
      water power flour mill, about three miles
      east of Adelaide. There are several men
      tions of this mill, but it was not a finan
      cial success, and the last we hear of it is
      in The Register, 30/8/54, p. 3, c. 2.
      Early Steam Mills.     
      The first steam flour mills were those
      of Dr. Kent and Mr. Ridley, respectively
      at Kent Town and Hindmarsh. Both
      mills and their owners arrived in the War
      rior (see Southern Australian, 23/4/40, p.
      3, coL 1 and 5). The same paper, 7/3/43,
      p. 2, col. 4, in an article on Ridley's mill,
      says it is the oldest steam flour mill in
      South Australia, and was first used in De
      cember, 1841, and that only 500 bushels of
      wheat were ground in 1841-2. The engine
      was eight horse-power, working up to 12
      horsepower, with high pressure steam at
      32 lb., the steam being fed into the furnace.
      The mill had two pairs of stones. A saw
      mill was driven by the engine when it was
      not grinding corn.' The engine was by
      Watt (his "Grasshopper"), and is now in
      the yard behind the whale skeleton house,
      North terrace. Mr. Kent's mill was origi
      nally on the First Creek, Hackney, where
      was Logue's brewery, afterwards E. T.
      Smith's; but it was soon moved to Gren
      feil street and let to Paxton & Cooke. Ulti
      mately Beeby & Dunstan moved from the
      Parkside mill, and took the "Albion" mill
      as Dr. Kent's mill had been called. Beeby
      and Dunstan died in 186?, within a week
      of each other, and the mill was closed
      down. Mr. Duffield, having bought the
      machinery, moved it to Gawler. Part
      of the mill still stands in Grenfell
      street, and is owned by Mr. Milne, wine
      and spirit merchant. Dr. Kent began 
      grinding wheat in 1841 at Kent Town
      soon after Ridley began in Hindmarsh.
      Wright Street Windmill.     
      The first windmill in Adelaide for grind
      ing wheat was on acre 462, Wright street,
      and was 'built by Job Gould Malin, father
      of the late Sidney Malin. Mayor of Port
      Adelaide. -The Register (30/7/42, p. 1, c. 1)
      says, "Mr. Malin, having completed his
      arrangements for the new city windmill
      on acre 464, Wright street, is relinquish
      ing his baking business next door to the
      Royal Admiral, Hindley street." In Jan
      uary, 1843, Mr. Malin sold this mill to
      Phillips, Stevens. & De Horne. The
      Southern Australian (38 '3/43), describes
      the "city'' mill. It was 30 ft. high; head
      8 ft. higg; bottom diameter of windmill
      tower, 22 ft.; top, 13 ft. It was completed
      in August, 1842, and had two pair of
      stones. The sweeps were 30 ft. long, with
      28 ft. of sail. The wheels and cogs were of
      South Australian wood. "Godley & Bliss
      are rebuilding the machinery. Recently a
      20 h.p. engine was imported from Sydney
      for use in this mill."
      The second windmill in Adelaide was on 
      acre 186, the north-west corner of Way
      month street, was built by Mr. H. W.
      Phillips, and was subsequently owned by
      the firm which owned the city windmill,
      vix., Stevens, Phillips, & De Horne. In
      The Register (20/8/42, p. 1, c. 1), G. S.
      Kingston, architect, advertises for slate
      flagging, and stone window sills for Mr.
      H. W. Phillips's windmill, to be buiit on
      West terrace. The Register (11/2/43, p. 
      3, c. 3), records that Stevens, Phillips, and
      De Horne, lately exclusively in business in
      Port Adelaide, have bought Mr. Malin's
      mill on West terrace (it was not quite on
      West terrace, it was on acre 464, four
      acres east of West terrace), "One of the
      gentlemen is a professional miller. They
      will retain their Port Adelaide business,
      but the decrease of arrivals at the Port
      has left them leisure for other pursuits.''
      The Mr. De Horne is not Mr. E. K. Horn,
      father of W. A., C. A.,T. S., and P. A.
      Horn The Register, (3/9/42, p. 2 c. 1) 
      records that at North Adelaide the wife
      of J. W. De Horne has a son. The Regis
      ter (23/2/43, p. 2, c. 2), records that Mr.
      J. G. Malin has taken the premises lately
      occupied by Mrs. Joshua Fisher, corner
      of Hindley and Morphett street, and will
      carry on there the business of grocer,
      bacon dealer, and corn factor. Mrs.
      Fisher (nee Mellor) was mother of the
      Hon. Joseph Fisher, M.L.C, who was at
      one time a partner in The Register pro
      prietary. The Southern Australian
      (28/2/43, jp. 2, c. 2), says of this windmill,
      'It is built' of bricks made on the banks
      of the Torrens. The tower brickwork is
      50. ft. high, and the dome ia 15 ft. high.
      There are six floors, and it cost £3,000
      The machinery is by Whitmore, Wick
      ham Market, Suffolk. It was erected by
      Mr. Godlee, of Mount Barker, and the
      building by Mr. Fuller, of Leigh street.
      The bricks were, made by Borrow and
      Goodiar. On Friday, 9/2/45, at 9 p.m.,
      a fearful thunderstorm passed over Ade
      laide, and the West terrace windmill was
      struck by lightning, which carried away
      the sails and windshaft. The only
      damage that could not be repaired in
      Adelaide was the iron cross, weighing 30
      tons, which would have to be cast in
      Hobart Town.
      Wind and Steam.
      On March 26, 1850, the wind and steam 
      mills, acre 186, West terrace, are offered
      for sale. They cost Phillips & Horne
      (sic) over £5,000. The tower is 80 feet
      high, with six floors, and it is at the
      corner of Waymouth street and West ter
      race. It had been repaired after being
      wrecked by the storm, and The Register
      (19/4/45, p. 3. c. 3) says, ''the large brick
      mill of Phillips & De Horne, West ter
      race, which has been standing still since
      it was struck by lightning is now being
      fitted as a steam mill. The chimney 
      is now building, and a 20 h.p. engine is
      coming from Van Dieman's Land. The
      sweeps will be replaced and used when
      the wind serves." Ultimately the mill
      fell into the hands of Giles & Smith, and
      The Register (27/4/1876, p. 7. c. 4) re
      cords its destruction by fire, which be
      gan 4.30 a.m. Wednesday, 26/4/76, in the
      fourth, story. Mr. W. H. Roberts, father
      of Mr. A. J. Roberts, was the miller
      at the time, and the inquest on the fire
      makes curious reading.
      Mr. Malin had another windmill, the
      memory of which is kept green by the
      Windmill Hotel, Nailsworth, North road,
      which is near to the site of that mill.
      On March 1, 1845, the Britannia windmill,
      with 18 acres of land and two cottages,
      on the Great North road, occupied by
      Mr. J. G. Malin, is to be auctioned with
      out reserve. Apparently it was owned
      by Mr. Isaac Gepp, for The Register of
      8/3/45 announces that Mr. Gepp has
      taken it into his own hands. The Regis
      ter (19/3/45, p. 2, c 3) announces that
      the mill, in full work, and six acres of
      land is to be sold or let by Isaac Gepp,
      Windmill Public House, North road. This
      mill apparently soon after ceased work,
      and vanished. 
      In the South Australian (16/12/45, p.2,
      c 1) the Echunga windmill, Mount Bar
      ker, is offered for sale for £300. "It cost
      the present owners £500, who only want
      a small deposit and 12 per cent interest
      on the balance, or will join a practical
      mail of business who will put in £150.
      As the hill crops will be saved in a few
      weeks and the windmill be in full work
      early replies are wanted.'' But 17/11/46
      (p. 4, c. 2), the powerful windmill in
      Mount: Barker in full work is for sale
      on easy terms to the purchaser. The
      Register (24/2/44 p. 2. c 1) announces
      that the windmill at West Hill, Hahn
      dorf, is for sale; one pair of stories,
      12 acres of land, and two pice house, an-2
      stone tower, 30 feet high.
      Bullock Power.   
      Gardiner's Steam Mill, Thebarton, is
      described in The Southern Australian
      (21/3/43, p. 2, c. 3). It had an eight
      horse power engine by Wilson Ross and
      Co. Edinburgh, and two pairs or stones.
              
                  
                
      The Regieter (2/2/60, p. 2, c. 1) describes
      this mill, and says Printz & Christen had
      taken it over from C. Whitford. Cain's
      mill, Currie street, is described in The 
      Southern Australian (4/4/43, p. 2, c. 3).
      It was originally a bullock mill for wood 
      sawing, wholly built by Mr. Cain and his 
      sons, and is self acting. The sawmill
      machinery was sold to some Germans. It
      has a five-horsepower engine made in
      Kirkcaldy, Scotland, the fly wheel of which
      was too small, so Mr. Cain made a wooden 
      one. It has two pairs of stones, and ob
      tains water from a 70 ft. well in which
      is a force pump. This Mr. Cain was a
      most ingenious mechanic from the Isle
      of Man, and was grandfaflner of Captain
      T. E. Creer of the Semaphore, and had
      a farm at McLaren or some other Vale. 
      Ultimately this mill became a woollen)
      mill, where for years Mr. Cain made wool- 
      len goods. An unfortunate girl had her
      hair tangled up in the machinery and
      had her scalp torn off.
      The South Australian Company's steam
      mill on the Torrens, near the Hackney
      Hotel, was one of the best of the early
      and largest mills. It had four pairs of
      stones, and was leased by Mr. Ridley, of
      the Hindmardh mill. It was fully de
      scribed in The Southern Australian 
      (14/4/43, p. 2, c. 3), also in The Register 
      (2/2/60, p. 2, c. 1). Its engine was a
      Watt's "Grasshopper" type. In the
      Public Library is a book with 12 views
      of Adelaide drawn, etched and printed
      in 1845 by F. R. Nixon. No. 6 shows
      Malin's City Windmill, acre 484, Wright
      street, and Phillips's West-terrace Wind 
      mill in the distance. In 1845 Stevens,
      Phillips and De Horne owned both mill.
      The Southern Australian (5/2/41, p. 3, c. 5) 
      says that Mr. J. B. Hack's flourmill,
      Echunga, is worked by horses. The Ad
      vertiser (5/7/67, p. 4, c. 3) incidentally
      mentions acre 464, Wright street, the site
      of the old windmill.
      The Adelaide Examiner (28/7/42) has
      an account of the opening of the first
      windmill in South Australia, in Wright
      street, by Mr. Job Gould Matlin. The charge
      for grinding is to be 1/ per bushel. The
      Observer (13/1/44) says that Mr. Malin,
      late of the City Windmill, has bought
      the Britannia Windmill, near North Ade
      laide. The Register (25/12/41) records
      the death at Hindley street (13/12/41)
      of the fourth wife of Mr. J. G. Malin,
      and December, 1943. records the marriage
      (15/2/43) of Mr. J. G. Malin to Miss
      Mary Mellor, sister of Mrs. Fisher, the
      mother of the Hon. Joseph Fisher, M.L.C.
      The Register (January 29, 1892) records
      the marriage (24/1/42) of Daniel George
      Brock, late of Honiton, Devonshire, to
      Delia Mellor, youngest daughter of
      Thomas Mellor, late of Halifax, York-
      shire, and sister of Mrs. Malin and Mrs.
      Fisher.
      An Interesting List.
      The Register (7/1/60, p. 3, c. 1, and
      2/2/60, p. 3, c. 1) has descriptions of the
      following mills: —  Albion, Beeby &. Duns
      tan, Grenfell street; Crown, Mill street,
      off Gouger street; West Terrace Wind and
      Steam, Waymouth street; Light Square
      Mill, Marchant's; Hurtle Square Mill,
      Elliot's; Halifax Street Mill, W. H.
      Clark's; Farkside Mill, late Bebby 
      and Dunstan; Thebarton Mill, Printz
      and Christen; Hindmarsh Mill,
      Magarey, late Ridleys Com-
      pany's Mill, Hackney. John Hart & Co's.
      mill, Port Adelaide, which is also des
      cribed, was the largest mill in Australia
      in 1856, when it was built. It was splen
      didly constructed with stone from Yorke's
      Peninsula, and although it was built on
      the original Port Adelaide land submeged
      at high tide, the mill walls never cracked.
      The engines were excellent. They were
      the first compound engines in South Ans
      tralia, if not in Australia, and were beam
      engines such as propel American river
      steamers. They were kept in first-class
      condition by the early engineers of J.
      Hart & C0., Messrs. Leicester and Russell.
      In The Rigester (2/4/1900, p. 4, c. 8) is an
      article on a flourmill of 1839. Samuel and
      Robert Mills brought it from London.
      They rented section 7 Goodwood, and star
      ted farming.
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    Newspaper 28 Jan 1924 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    • OLD PORT ADELAIDE.
      From A. T. SAUNNDERS:

      ...
      While looking up the foregoing, I came on the following noets of old Port Adelaide:—  Died, 15/12/41, the wife of Mr. Job Gould Malin (who erected the first windmill in Adelaide). Married, 15/2/43. Job G. Malin to Mary Mellor. Died, New Year's Day, 1856, Job Malin. Married;-24/l/42, Daniel George Brock to Delia Mellor. Mr. Malin was an early and well-known colonist: his son Sidney was Mayor of Pert Adelaide Mr. D. G. Brock was a gunsmitlih was a member of Cpt. Sturt's exploring expedi tion from Adelaide, 1845. His son, Mr. T. A.Brock is still in Port Adelaide, and his daughter was Mrs. C. L. Gardiner, is well known in Port Adelaide as a racehorse owner.
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    Newspaper 28 Jan 1924 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [9]  – Old Port Adelaide
    • OLD PORT ADELAIDE.
      While looking up the foregoing, I came on the following noets of old Port Adelaide:—  Died, 15/12/41, the wife of Mr. Job Gould Malin (who erected the first windmill in Adelaide). Married, 15/2/43. Job G. Malin to Mary Mellor. Died, New Year's Day, 1856, Job  Malin. Married;-24/l/42, Daniel George Brock to Delia Mellor. Mr. Malin was an early and well-known colonist: his son Sidney was Mayor of Pert Adelaide  Mr. D. G. Brock was a gunsmitlih was a member of Cpt. Sturt's exploring expedi tion from Adelaide, 1845. His son, Mr. T. A.Brock is still in Port Adelaide, and his daughter was Mrs. C. L. Gardiner, is well known in Port Adelaide as a racehorse owner.
    Malin Job 1924 Port Adelaide article57461979-4-001
    Occupation
    • Baker.
    Person ID I49 Turner
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2013 

    Family 1 Mary MELLOR,   b. Abt 1817, Elland, St Mary, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Jul 1906, Norwood, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 89 years) 
    Married 15 Feb 1843 Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Children 
     1. Frederick MALIN,   b. 13 Jul 1843, North Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Jul 1917, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
     2. Mary Jane "Jane" MALIN,   b. 2 Oct 1846, Encounter Bay, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Dec 1933  (Age 87 years)
     3. Sidney MALIN,   b. 8 Mar 1851, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Jan 1920, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2004 
    Family ID F32 Group Sheet,  Family chart

    Family 2 Phoebe,   b. Abt 1811,   d. 13 Dec 1841, Hindley Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 30 years) 
    Last Modified 13 Jun 2011 
    Family ID F1089 Group Sheet,  Family chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - Bef 31 Dec 1840 - Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 15 Feb 1843 - Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCemetery - Jan 1856 - West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 1 Jan 1856 - Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - 9 Apr 1923 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - 28 Jan 1924 - Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Old Port Adelaide - 28 Jan 1924 - Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • Possible birth:
      Jobe MALYN

      Event(s):
      Birth: Rowington, Warwick, England
      Christening: 07 OCT 1811
      Parents: Father: William Malyn Mother: Mrs. Mary Malyn
      Source Information:
      Film Number: 1239628
      Page Number: 1135
      Reference number: 37288

      Possible father's marriage:
      WILLIAM MALIN
      Male Family
      Marriages: Spouse: MARY ROGERS
      Marriage: 29 DEC 1809 Saint Mary, Warwick, Warwick, England
      Source Information:
      Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
      M041531 1754 - 1782 0559247, 0559248 Film NONE
      Sheet: 00

      WILLIAM MALIN
      Male Family
      Marriages: Spouse: MARY MASTERS 
      Marriage: 13 FEB 1804 Wolfhampcote, Warwick, England
      Source Information:
      Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
      M010931 1558 - 1754 Q942.48 W3 V26R Book 0883948 Film
      M010931 1754 - 1877 0556396 Film NONE
      Sheet: 00

      Possible siblings:
      George

      Event(s):
      Birth: Rowington, Warwick, England
      Christening: 25 NOV 1804
      Parents: Father: William Malyn Mother: Mrs. Mary Malyn
      Source Information:
      Film Number: 1239628
      Page Number: 1135
      Reference number: 37286

      Isaac

      Event(s):
      Birth: Rowington, Warwick, England
      Christening: 21 JUL 1806
      Parents: Father: William Malyn Mother: Mrs. Mary Malyn
      Source Information:
      Film Number: 1239628
      Page Number: 1135
      Reference number: 37287

      Charles

      Event(s):
      Birth: Rowington, Warwick, England
      Christening: 20 FEB 1815
      Parents: Father: William Malyn Mother: Mrs. Mary Malyn
      Source Information:
      Film Number: 1239628
      Page Number: 1135
      Reference number: 37289

  • Sources 
    1. [S219] Family History of South Australia, (<"http://www.familyhistorysa.info/">http://www.familyhistorysa.info/).

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

    3. [S174] Adelaide Cemeteries, (http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/RecordsSearch.aspx).

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

    5. [S109] South Australian Deaths Index 1842 - 1915, Book: 3 Page: 176 (Reliability: 3), 1 Jul 2002.
      Surname: MALIN
      Given Names: Job Gould
      Date: 1856-01-01
      Sex: M
      Age: 47y
      Status: N
      Relative: (not recorded)
      Relative 2:
      Residence: Adelaide
      Death Place: (not recorded)
      District Code: Ade
      Book: 3 Page: 176

    6. [S38] SA Register Personal Notes Vol 1 1836-1859, Butler, Reg and Phillips, Alan, (Gould Books 1989), p. 285 (Reliability: 3), 11 Feb 2003.
      2 January 1856
      On the 1st instance, at his residence, North-parade, Port Adelaide, Mr J. G. Malin, baker.

    7. [S205] The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901-1929), ADELAIDE'S FIRST MILLS. (1923, April 9). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), p. 8. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article64177052 (Reliability: 3).

    8. [S205] The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901-1929), OLD PORT ADELAIDE. (1924, January 28). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), p. 3. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57461979 (Reliability: 3).

    9. [S205] The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901-1929), Article identifier     http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57461979 Page identifier     http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page4571573 APA citation     OLD PORT ADELAIDE. (1924, January 28). The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901-1929), p. 3. (Reliability: 3).

    10. [S37] Turner, Violet E. "Our Family", Turner, Violet E., (March 1967), p. 2 (Reliability: 3), 7 Feb 2003.

    11. [S25] South Australian Marriages 1842 - 1916, Book/Page: 1/41 (Reliability: 3).
      Groom: MALIN
      Given names: Job
      Bride: MELLOR
      Given names: Mary
      Date: 1843-02-15
      Groom Age: FL
      Status: W
      Groom's Father: [unrecorded]
      Bride Age: FL
      Status: S
      Bride's Father: [unrecorded]
      Place: Holy Trinity Church Adelaide
      District: Ade
      Book/Page: 1/41


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