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Anglia; Captain Gardner
Arrival in South Australia of A. Potticary and H. Holland, wife and two children per 'Anglia'
Arrival of Anglia, Port Adelaide 1852
Arrival of Mary Ann Potticary on 'Ostrich', in shipping intelligence
Arrival of Ostrich at Port Adelaide, August 1854; Mary Ann Potticary on board
E.A. Potticary, Alma Plains School, Exams
Possibly a mention of Mary Ann Hains (nee Potticary), regarding coronial inquest into a death at Glenelg.
Report on a coroners inquest that includes a Mary Ann Haines (widow) as a witness, St Leonards, Glenelg.
Marriage of Alfred Haines to Ann Simpson, fourth daugther of John Watt's, Scott's Creek.
Second marriage of Mary Ann Hains (nee Potticary) to Henry Smith. Bottom of col 4, Smith-Hains
Dennis Potticary, Barabba Scrub, Gun Accident
Possibly Sophia Holland nee Potticary, West Wimmera Victoria
Land selections - Dennis Potticary
Dennis Potticary, Land Selection, Inkerman South Australia
Land selection - Hundred of Inkerman - Henry Potticary, Friedrich Kschammer, Friedrich Bubner and Alfred Tozer.
(Alfred) Henry Potticary, Surrender and reselection of land in Hundred of Inkerman. Also Kschammer and Freidrich Bubner
Messrs Wilson, Congdon and Potticary attended Port Wakefield Council meeting to complain of vermin infestations on neighbours land
J. Potticary, winner of prize for horse showing, Port Wakefield Show
A description of Inkerman, mentioning landholders in the district - Judith Potticary and Mr J. Potticary
Mrs Potticary of Port Wakefield, Adelaide Wool Sales, towards end of 3rd column of article.
J. Potticary, Wool Sales, Adelaide
Silver wedding announcement of John Haines, second son of the late Isaac Haines of Brompton, and Amelia Hammond, second daughter of the late James Hammond, Gawler South. Present address Torrensville.
A neighbourly action - Inkerman farmers help an ill neighbour, Inkerman South Australia.
Mentions Mr. J.B. Potticary of Port Wakefield, as the purchaser of a motor cycle. Could be an error of either J.H. (John Henry) or J.P. (John Phillip). In first column of 'Motoring' article under section 'Lewis Doings'
Allotment of Land in the hundred of Allen to John Henry Potticary, South Australia
J.H. Potticary, Land Selection, Hundred of Kekwick
L.B. Potticary, athletics, Hamley Bridge
A concert held in the Forester's Hall, Pt. Wakefield, by students of Mrs. H. Warner's class. Miss C. Potticary named.
L. Potticary, Annual Sports Day Port Wakefield
A 'queen' social held in Mr. J. Kelly's hall to raise votes for Miss Kelly, Queen of the Seas quest. Miss Potticary and Mr. Potticary also named. (Under Kadina).
L. Potticary, in Sports at Port Wakefield
Clara Potticary providing musical entertainment at St Patricks Day event at St Alban's Hall, Pt Wakefield.
Footrace results for L. Potticary (in Balaklava news)
Potticary Bros., First Load of Wheat 1929, Port Wakefield
Messrs Potticary delivered first load of wheat for the season, Port Wakefield
Rose Potticary and H. Potticary amongst the attendees and dance contest winners at a St Albans Hall function, Port Wakefield
Potticary Bros., First Load of Wheat 1931, Port Wakefield
Bacherlor's dance at Port Wakefield.
C Potticary, bachelors social, St Albans Hall, Pt Wakefield (in country news section)
Rose Potticary, Queen of Inkerman, Social Event, South Australia
L. Potticary, winner of pillow fight, Port Wakefield Hospital Gala fundraiser
L Potticary, winner lucky spot one-step, News from Rural Centres, Avon
J.P. Potticary, Railway Ambulance First Aid Examination Results, Port Pirie
Obituary for Mr. Thomas Reid, husband of Elizabeth Anne Potticary.
21st Birthday party for Miss Mary Enright.
L. Potticary, winner pillow fight, Port Wakefield Hospital gala fundraiser
L.B. Potticary, winner of dance competition, Balaklava
Mary Enright pictured with a 15ft. 6in. tall sunflower.
H. Potticary, lamb sales, Adelaide.
J.P. Potticary, passed first aid examination for Railways Dept, Port Pirie
Wills of the week. Elizabeth Julia Enright, 1,030 pounds.
Floodwater 3 feet deep surrounds the home of D. J. Enright of Melton.
Ross Potticary, Port Pirie, University of Adelaide Public Examinations Board
L Potticary, winner dance competition, Port Wakefield
Potticary Bros., sheep sales at Adelaide abattoirs
Mr. L. Potticary won the statue dance at the annual St. Patrick's ball in Port Wakefield.
Miss Potticary, Anglican Ladies Guild Ball, Port Wakefield
L. Potticary, Annual Meeting of Port Wakefield Coursing Club
C. Potticary, annual meeting of Port Wakefield Coursing Club
Potticary, Football in the country, in North Western association
L. Potticary, taking delivery of first load of wheat for season on behalf of SA Farmers Cooperative, Port Wakefield.
Nurses final exam results - Rose Doris Potticary, Calvary. September 1 1941.
Mr L Potticary, Mad Hatters Ball, Port Wakefield - in last section of In and Out of the City
Potticary's purchase a Dorset ram
L. Potticary, winner of trade float award, Back to Port Wakefield celebrations
H. Potticary, trade school exam results, Adelaide
Fancy dress ball at Wakefield. Lionel Potticary - best dressed man.
Henry Potticary selected land in Hundred of Inkerman, County Gawler, Section 319, 243 acres. A farmer from Dalkey.
Assault case Harry Smith vs Mary Ann Potticary
Dennis Potticary - land selection, Hundred of Inkerman, County Gawler, Section No. 316, containing 303 acres. Farmer of Port Wakefield
Copy of short report about gun accident involving Dennis Potticary
May Pym involved in a collision on Port Wakefield Road near Bolivar, between a hearse and a car being driven by Melville Gordon Rundle.
Report of collision at Bolivar involving Miss May Pym.
Assault - Harry Smith and Mary Ann Potticary.