South Australian Naturalizations

1839 to 1903

Searchable database of non-British subjects who applied for naturalization compiled from lists in the South Australian Government Gazettes, with additional information from files at the National Archives of Australia and State Records of South Australia. Also included are the names of the Prussian Lutherans who took the Oath of Allegiance in 1839 but were not naturalized at that time.

Read further information about non-British colonists and naturalisation in early South Australia.

The search results may include name, residence, occupation, birthplace, age, time in SA, dates of Memorial, Oath of Allegiance and Certificate of Naturalization. Source details are given.

South Australian naturalizations

surname * given name
 

Naturalization sources

GG = SA Government Gazettes
AP = SA Acts of Parliament
PP = SA Parliamentary Papers
National Archives A711, A712, A729, A733, A821, A822, A823, A824, A826
State Records GRG 24/55 & GRG 59/7

Notes and Acknowledgments

The SA Government Gazettes and the National Archives index contain some spelling errors that are noted.
A source flagged * indicates an errata list in the SA Government Gazette.
The assistance of the State Library of South Australia, National Archives of Australia and State Records of South Australia is gratefully acknowledged.

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