Lehmann Henschke - Person Sheet
Lehmann Henschke - Person Sheet
NameMAGOR, John
Birth1810, St Day, Cornwall2867
Immigration18 Jan 1838, ‘Royal Admiral'2867 Age: 28
Death13 Sep 1894, St Peters, SA2867,12887,12888 Age: 84
Burial14 Sep 1894, Payneham, SA12887
South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA) Saturday 15 September 189412887

Another of South Australia's now diminish-  
ing band of pioneers died on Wednesday in
the person of Mr. John Magor, of Payneham,
who was born in the year 1810 at St. Day,
Gwennap, in Cornwall, and arrived in South
Australia with his wife in the ship Royal
Admiral in January, 1838. Soon after his
arrival Mr. Magor embarked in farming pur-
suits near the Halfway House, on the Port-road,
and afterwards took up land on tbe Gawler
River, where he resided for many years.
By industry and thrift, combined with shrewd
business qualities, the deceased gentleman
amassed a comfortable competence, and about
nineteen years ago retired from business and
settled at Payneham, where be continued to
reside until the time of his death. Mr. Magor
was a man of robust constitution, and his
cheerfulness and activity continued to the
time of his death. He had a very large circle
of friends, and was held in high esteem
for his unswerving honesty and integrity.
The deceased was an active and highly
esteemed member of the Primitive Metho-
dist Church, with which he had been
connected nearly all bis life. He leaves a
widow, two sons, four daughters, forty grand-
children, and three great-grandchildren, all
living. The funeral, which took place on
Friday, was largely attended. Among those
around the grave were :— Messrs. John and
James Magor (sons of deceased), Reuben
Magor (brother), James Magor, R. K.
Magor, and H. H. Hallett (nephews),
Mrs. Trenberth, Mrs. Knox, Mrs.
Rowe, and Mrs. Butcher (daughters),
and Messrs. W. Trenberth, J. Knox,
T. B. Butcher (sons-in-law), C. T. Hargrave,
John Symons (Mayor of Moonta), E. Row,
Peter Rowe, J. Rowe, W. Roberts, J. Parker
Badman, J. Williams, Edward Lapthorne,
E. J. McCarthy, Jacob Loader, C. W. James,
Eli Grevill, R. Heineman, E. Gartrell, J.
Logan, Gilding, Bartleet, R. Taylor, Ander-
son, and H Wright. The Rev. J. Salmon,
with the Revs. S. Wellington and T. Allen,
oonducted the burial service, The funeral
arrangements were carried out by Messrs.
Pengelley & Knabe, of Rundle-street.
Birth1812, Gwennap, Cornwall2867
Death27 May 1855, Payneham, SA2867,12889 Age: 43
Marriage1837, Gwennap, Cornwall2867
ChildrenJohn (1841-1923)
 James (1843-1904)
 Mary Ann (1844-1899)
 Maria (1848-)
 Lavinia (1850-1915)
 Elizabeth (1853-1940)
Birthca 1837
FatherSAFFIN, James
Marriage5 Apr 1893, Residence Of John Magor, Payneham, SA12890
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