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Peter Anderson

Peter AndersonAge: 7118081880

Name
Peter Anderson
Given names
Peter
Surname
Anderson
Birth September 17, 1808 43 38
Birth of a brotherAlexander Anderson
May 5, 1810 (Age 19 months)
MarriageMarion JohnstonView this family
January 14, 1834 (Age 25)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Margaret Arnot Anderson
October 15, 1835 (Age 27)
Death of a motherGrizel Aitchison
April 25, 1837 (Age 28)
Birth of a son
#2
James Anderson
July 21, 1837 (Age 28)
Birth of a son
#3
Alexander Anderson
December 31, 1838 (Age 30)
Immigration December 20, 1839 (Age 31)
Note: Travelling to Australia
Marriage of a siblingAlexander AndersonBarbara AndersonView this family
December 20, 1839 (Age 31)
Death of a sisterBarbara Anderson
1840 (Age 31)

Residence September 2, 1840 (Age 31)
Address: "Burnside", South Australia, Australia
Birth of a daughter
#4
Grizel Anderson
June 13, 1841 (Age 32)

Birth of a daughter
#5
Susanna (Annie) Anderson
July 12, 1843 (Age 34)

Birth of a son
#6
Peter Anderson
April 6, 1845 (Age 36)
Death of a fatherJames Anderson
February 26, 1847 (Age 38)
Birth of a son
#7
Ralph Drummond Anderson
June 26, 1847 (Age 38)
Residence 1848 (Age 39)
Address: "Archerfield", Morphett Vale, South Australia, Australia
Birth of a daughter
#8
Girl? Anderson
April 25, 1849 (Age 40)

Death of a daughterGirl? Anderson
April 25, 1849 (Age 40)

Birth of a daughter
#9
Barbara Anderson
September 18, 1850 (Age 42)

Marriage of a childCharles Frederick GilbrandsonMargaret Arnot AndersonView this family
February 20, 1852 (Age 43)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Elizabeth Helen Anderson
June 29, 1852 (Age 43)

Birth of a son
#11
Henry Anderson
July 14, 1856 (Age 47)
Birth of a granddaughter
#1
Jessie Anderson
August 9, 1859 (Age 50)

Birth of a granddaughter
#2
Marion Anderson
March 31, 1862 (Age 53)

Death of a granddaughterJessie Anderson
March 28, 1863 (Age 54)

Birth of a grandson
#3
Peter Anderson
September 2, 1863 (Age 54)

Marriage of a childAlexander AndersonSarah ShortView this family
September 17, 1863 (Age 55)
Birth of a grandson
#4
Peter John Anderson
July 24, 1864 (Age 55)
Birth of a granddaughter
#5
Margaret Annetta Anderson
July 14, 1865 (Age 56)

Death of a sonJames Anderson
September 6, 1865 (Age 56)

Birth of a granddaughter
#6
Marion Hannah Anderson
July 26, 1866 (Age 57)
Marriage of a childRev. George BennySusanna (Annie) AndersonView this family
March 18, 1867 (Age 58)
Marriage of a childRalph Drummond AndersonHelena Gordon LeightonView this family
November 5, 1867 (Age 59)
Birth of a grandson
#7
James Alick Anderson
August 6, 1868 (Age 59)
Birth of a grandson
#8
Peter Alexander Anderson
October 6, 1868 (Age 60)

Birth of a grandson
#9
Ralph James Anderson
October 6, 1868 (Age 60)
Death of a grandsonRalph James Anderson
October 8, 1868 (Age 60)

Birth of a grandson
#10
Ralph Anderson
August 25, 1869 (Age 60)
Birth of a granddaughter
#11
Sarah Maud Anderson
September 20, 1870 (Age 62)
Birth of a grandson
#12
Benjamin Benny
1870 (Age 61)

Marriage of a childPeter AndersonAgnes Ellen HarriotView this family
August 23, 1870 (Age 61)
Birth of a granddaughter
#13
Margaret Benny
October 4, 1871 (Age 63)

Birth of a grandson
#14
Clement Frank Ralph Anderson
1871 (Age 62)

Birth of a grandson
#15
Gilbert Anderson
1871 (Age 62)

Birth of a grandson
#16
George Ralph Anderson
November 13, 1872 (Age 64)
Birth of a granddaughter
#17
Susan Grace Anderson
1872 (Age 63)

Marriage of a childJames Beveridge AdamsonBarbara AndersonView this family
December 5, 1872 (Age 64)
Death of a grandsonClement Frank Ralph Anderson
1872 (Age 63)

Death of a sisterSusan Anderson
1873 (Age 64)

Birth of a granddaughter
#18
Marion Agnes Anderson
1874 (Age 65)

Birth of a grandson
#19
Albert Ernest Anderson
May 14, 1875 (Age 66)
Birth of a granddaughter
#20
Margaret Alice Anderson
May 14, 1875 (Age 66)
Birth of a grandson
#21
Aaron Benny
1875 (Age 66)

Birth of a grandson
#22
William Gordon Anderson
1876 (Age 67)

Birth of a grandson
#23
Albert Vincent Adamson
1876 (Age 67)

Birth of a grandson
#24
Frank Anderson
June 26, 1877 (Age 68)

Birth of a granddaughter
#25
Margaret Elizabeth Anderson
1877 (Age 68)

Marriage of a childWilliam HooperGrizel AndersonView this family
July 19, 1877 (Age 68)
Death of a grandsonPeter Gilbrandson
1877 (Age 68)

Cause: Drowned
Birth of a grandson
#26
Clement Anderson
November 14, 1878 (Age 70)
Birth of a grandson
#27
Frank Anderson Adamson
1879 (Age 70)

Death of a grandsonFrank Anderson
1880 (Age 71)

Adoption of a sonHenry Anderson
yes

Death July 6, 1880 (Age 71)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: January 14, 1804Dunbar, Scotland, registered Old Parochial Registers Whitekirk & Tynninghame
10 months
elder sister
18 months
elder sister
2 years
himself
20 months
younger brother
Family with Marion Johnston - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: January 14, 1834
21 months
daughter
21 months
son
17 months
son
2 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
21 months
son
2 years
son
22 months
daughter
17 months
daughter
21 months
daughter
4 years
son
Henry Anderson
Birth: July 14, 1856 47 53Morphett Vale, South Australia, Australia
Death: June 22, 1940

Immigration
Travelling to Australia ­http­://­www­.­slsa­.­sa­.­gov­.­au­/­fh­/­passengerlists­/­1839Delhi­.­htm­ Ship: DELHI 1839 from Liverpool with Captain Samuel Herbert arrived Adelaide December 20th, 1839 167 passengers including: ANDERSON, Peter and wife Marion nee JOHNSTON, ANDERSON children Annette, James, Alexander, J M (died on voyage) ANDERSON James snr ANDERSON Susan ANDERSON, Barbara and 3 children (?)
Note
European Settlement since 1836 The City of Burnside is located in the South Eastern inner metropolitan area of Adelaide. It is bordered by the cities of Unley, Mitcham, Adelaide, Norwood Payneham and St Peters, Campbelltown and the Adelaide Hills Council. Over an eighth of its area of 25.7 sq km is devoted to Parks and Reserves, making it one of the most beautiful residential areas in Adelaide. The area now delineated as Burnside was first officially settled by Europeans in 1839. In that year Peter Anderson, a Scot, leased land from the SA Co. near Second Creek on Section 320. He built three stone cottages (one of which is still standing) and grew barley and wheat and raised cattle, pigs and poultry. Because his farm was alongside the creek and because the Scottish word for creek is 'Burn' Anderson called his farm Burnside. By 1850 the name was in common usage in the area and was formally adopted in August 1856 when the District Council of Burnside was removed from the 100 square mile East Torrens Council and proclaimed as a separate District Council. Burnside's boundaries have been altered several times since then. Late in 1856 the suburb of Kent Town was transferred to Kensington and Norwood. In 1876 the sections at the head of Waterfall Gully (1286, 920 and 1006) were transferred from the District Council of Crafers, and in 1999 the suburbs of Skye and that part of Auldana not already in Burnside were transferred from the Adelaide Hills Council. Burnside was proclaimed a Municipality in 1935 and a City in 1943. Burnside remained largely rural and sparsely settled until the early 20th Century. The villages of Magill, Burnside, Beaumont and Glen Osmond were established by the 1870s, providing some of the services and labour necessary for a rural economy. Mining and some secondary industry were also established: Australia's first metalliferous mine - the silver-lead Wheal Gawler - was operated at Glen Osmond from 1841 to 1851, as were a number of other mines in the Glen Osmond area and in Waterfall Gully. The chimney of a smelter built by the Glen Osmond Mining Company in the 1840s still stands on a hill at Glen Osmond, a reminder of the area's mining heritage. With the move of Cooper's Brewery from Leabrook at the end of 2001, almost all of the secondary industry in Burnside has now gone. A significant number of historic buildings remain, a few of which have national importance, including the aforementioned smelting chimney: the Toll Bar House on the Mount Barker road (one of Burnside's oldest buildings and probably the only one of its type in Australia); the Clayton-Wesley Uniting Church at Beulah Park; Beaumont House; and some of the buildings at Glenside Hospital. About 50 important structures and sites in Burnside are recorded on South Australia's Heritage Register; 11 of these are on the National Trust's Classified List. With the passage of time Burnside changed from a rural area (dairying, grain, grapes and olives) with just a few pockets of settlement to a largely suburban area, with patches of commercial development. By 1941, only 501 acres were under cultivation, most of these vineyards and orchards. Today Burnside is a highly sought after eastern residential area, with a mixture of open space and housing. There is a full range of community facilities, including a library, swimming pool, community centres, sporting facilities and art gallery. It is one of Adelaide's most pleasant places to live.
Note
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Burnside The Anderson family was the first to settle the land that was to become the village of Burnside. They brought with them good character testimonials from Scotland, valuable farming experience and 3000 pounds; however, the farming patterns in Scotland differed greatly from those in the antipodes, and the family failed to adapt. The Andersons moved on to Morphett Vale in 1847, selling their land and abandoning their homestead. The buyer of the Anderson land, William Randell, soon decided to build a village in his new property in 1849. He hired surveyor and planner Nathan Hailes to lay out the new village. Hailes was both surprised and disappointed when he found that it had already been settled and left—especially since the growth and adaptation of European foliage to the area.[8] The first villages to be established in the region, those of Glen Osmond, Magill and Kensington had existed for some time when the new village of Burnside was proclaimed. The new village was in a good position to grow; it was bounded by two major thoroughfares, Burnside (now Glynburn) and Greenhill roads, and had the advantage of lying on Second Creek. The village was soon invested in by many owners; some of whom were wealthy Adelaide folk building an estate in the foothills, and others who were more concerned with working the land. The village was described in advertisements by Hailes in 1850 as "Burnside the Beautiful" with advantages of "perpetual running water, extensive and diversified view, rich garden soil and good building stone ..." with a "... direct, newly-opened and unblemished route to Adelaide"
Note
Travelling to Australia http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/fh/passengerlists/1839Delhi.htm Ship: DELHI 1839 from Liverpool with Captain Samuel Herbert arrived Adelaide December 20th, 1839 167 passengers including: ANDERSON, Peter and wife Marion nee JOHNSTON, ANDERSON children Annette, James, Alexander, J M (died on voyage) ANDERSON James snr ANDERSON Susan ANDERSON, Barbara and 3 children (?)
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