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The Humphrys and Flower families, expanded with 5 more children to Isabella.The families succeeded at sheep farming, and each were to extend their holdings by 1000 acres.He had a Wood and Chaff business and was also an enthusiastic member and elder of the Wesleyan Church at Burra.The youngest of the Teddy family was a Mary Teddy, a talented church organist, and later to marry Elijah Thorn Humphrys, a farmer of Hanson and Farrell Flat. James and Hannah Flower were small farmers and butchers who emigrated from Timsbury, England with their children to Adelaide in 1854.The Humphrys family was to be devastated, firstly in 1874 by the death of the second son, Alfred, only 16, then in 1875 Isabella died in the childbirth of a daughter, Elizabeth, who did not survive.Jesse was left with a young family of 6 children ranging from 3 to 18 years of age.
The hills were perfect for grazing sheep, and the flat land below was good cropping land.
Jesse Humphrys and his sons and daughters farmed the Hanson property until 1909, Jesses death, he divided the Stony Gap, the Hanson and the Clare properties between his sons and daughters.
The Hanson property was divided in half, with Flower Humphrys (son no.4) getting the northern half, and Elijah Thorn Humphrys (son no.5) getting the southern half.
Two families went to the Burra region, one family to the Kingston area. John and July Thomas and family, emigrated in 1849 to Burra.
John had been hired as a mine manager by the Burra mine agents in England because of his expertise of timbering in Cornish mines.