Henry Hay Mildred

Henry Hay Mildred

(1839-08-17)17 August 1839
North Adelaide, South Australia

25 December 1920(1920-12-25) (aged 81)
Wayville, South Australia

St Peter’s College, Adelaide


Louisa Rachel Montgomery (1842 – 1908)

Elizabeth Gertrude Clarissa Mildred 1864–1929, Annie Atkinson Mildred 1866–1868, Katherine Margaret Bowyer Mildred 1867–1948, Henry Richard Mildred 1869–1872, Lloyd Herbert Montgomery Mildred 1871–1945, Henry Guy Mildred 1874–1951, Horace Randolph Mildred 1875–1950, Henry Hay Mildred 1877–1959, Rachel Montgomery Mildred 1879–

Henry Richard Mildred and Elizabeth Sarah Mildred (nee Bowyer)

Member for East Torrens in the South Australian House of Assembly

In office
March 1870 – December 1871

Henry Hay Mildred (17 August 1839 – 25 December 1920) was a lawyer and politician in the colony and State of South Australia.[1]
Henry was born in Strangways Terrace, North Adelaide, just two years after the arrival in South Australia of his parents Elizabeth and Henry Mildred in the South Australian. He was educated at Miss Hillier’s School on South Terrace and from the age of nine at St. Peter’s College, which was then conducted in rooms at the rear of Trinity Church. On leaving school he was employed at the law firm of Richman and Wigley in Hindley Street, at that time the centre of business activity in the city. Later he joined the firm of Belt, Cullen & Wigley, and was articled to W. C. Belt, a barrister of the Inner Temple, London. He was called to the South Australian Bar on 22 March 1862.[2] During his legal career Mildred was associated with J. J. Beare, and later with a nephew, C. Herbert. He retired around 1912[3]
He represented House of Assembly seat of East Torrens from March 1870 to December 1871.
He later lived with his daughter, Mrs. Robert Russell, at Young street, Wayville West.
He married Louisa Rachel Montgomery (2 July 1842 Hurtle Vale, South Australia – 16 April 1908), a daughter of Dr. Robert Montgomery (c. 1809 – 1 March 1866) and Anne (nee Atkinson) of Happy Valley and Glenelg, on 29 July 1863 at the home of Robert Montgomery, Happy Valley. Their children included:

Elizabeth Gertrude Clarissa Mildred (2 May 1864 – 20 April 1929)[4] married Arthur John Kirkham Brierly Longbottom (c. 1864 – 7 June 1936) of Willunga on 25 February 1893
Katherine Margaret Bowyer Mildred (27 Augus