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click (4) The Thomas family in Cornwall 1841 1851.. click (8) Jesse and Isabella Humphrys, James and Hannah Flower Life in Somerset.. click (11) Isaac and Grace Turner at Black Springs1863 1902..
click - List of Julia and Luke Teddy's Descendants 1827 2014.. click - Elizabeth Flower and Ernst Blesing click - Jabez and Elizabeth Anne (Carter) Flower click (10) Jesse and Isabella Humphrys Life in Australia..
click - Sarah Anne Duke (Humphrys) (1857-1941) and John Allen Duke click - Jesse2 Humphrys (1861-1934) and Emily (Duke) Humphrys click - Flower Humphrys (1863-1944) and Mary (Rogers) Humphrys.
click - Hassage Manor Country Life Article (1920s) click (9) James and Hannah Flower 1835 1891.. click (12) William Thorn Humphrys (Jesse1's brother) - Life in Somerset and Australia.. click - William Mark and Frances Zincroft (Jones) Humphrys.
The Stony Gap community of the Flower, Humphrys, Delamere, Escott, Porter and Logan built a school house, and a church, both on James Flowers land.
Robert Zincraft Jones of Black Springs, was appointed by the Education Board, as teacher for Stony Gap between 18.
He leased his Stony Gap farm to the Koonoona Estate, then purchased another 600 acre property in the Hundred of Hanson, near Farrell Flat from a Thomas Glasson.James Logan was one of the earlier pastoralists that had leased the land at 10/- a square mile, and consequently the area has Logans Hut, Logan Flat, Logans Farm, Logans Creek and Logans Gap in the area.The 1860 Almanac had the Humphrys and Flower farms at Logans Flat.The property had the new railway from Gawler to Burra running along side it, and there was a school at Farrell Flat for the younger children.Farrell Flat had railway station and yards where the wool and wheat was loaded.