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Surveyor General of South Australia

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The Surveyor General of South Australia is a position originally created for the colony of South Australia.

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List of Surveyor Generals of South Australia

Surveyor General Period in office Notes
Col. William Light 1836 – July 1838 Chose the site of Adelaide
George Ormsby July 1838 – March 1839 Acting, after Light's resignation
Capt. Charles Sturt March – October 1839 Famous as an explorer
Edward Charles Frome October 1839 – February 1849 British Army officer, retired as a general
Sir Arthur Henry Freeling 1849 – 1861 Gave his name to Freeling, South Australia
George Woodroffe Goyder 1861 – 1894 Mapped Goyder's Line
William Strawbridge 1894 – 1911
Edwin Mitchell Smith 1911 – 1917
Norman William Pethick 1917 – 1921
Theodore Ernest Day 1921 – 1930
James Henry McNamara 1930 – 1937
Clive Melville Hambidge 1937 – 1950
Arthur Dickerson Smith 1950 – 1951
Harold Leslie Fisk 1951 – 1959
Alexander Hubert Hawdon Davison 1959 – 1961
Harry Alexander Bailey 1961 – 1969
George Harry Campbell Kennedy 1969 – 1978 (sometimes written Campbell–Kennedy)
Bryan Howard Bridges 1978 – 1987
John Reginald Porter 1987 – 1992
Christopher William Lunnay 1992 – 1993 acting
Peter Maclaren Kentish 1993 – 2012
Michael Paul Burdett 2012–

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