1841 Census—South Australia
The following searchable database will disclose the names
in the South Australian 1841 Census.
The material is arranged into the districts proclaimed in
the province at the time (see map).
District A: north of Bay Road
(now Anzac Highway) & Greenhill Road excluding Adelaide
but including Port Adelaide and west of Mt Lofty.
Many people living within the metropolitan area have been
researched and biographical data located.
District B: south of Bay Road and Greenhill
Road to 35°10’ and west of Mt Lofty.
District C: from 35°10’ [i.e. mouth of
the Onkaparinga River] to 35°20’ [i.e. base of Sellicks
Hill] and west of Mt Lofty.
Adelaide Metropolitan villages: Albert Town (Alberton);
Bowden; Goodwood; Hindmarsh; Islington; Kensington; Klemzig;
Macgill (Magill); Port Adelaide; Prospect; Thebarton; Unley;
Encounter Bay District including Currency
Creek and Inman valley.
Mount Barker District including Mr Smillie
and Mr Hack and the Angas Surveys.
Northern Districts: included Houghton area,
Gawler and the Barossa Valley.
You can access further information by paying a fee for a
single lookup including the purchase of a print of the enumerators'
sheet from Adelaide Proformat.
Alternatively, you can purchase a copy of the full census
on CD. This product includes a fully searchable index, biographies
of many listed people and scanned enumerators' sheets.
Available from Gould Genealogy.