Secondhand. Good condition. Some general edgewear.
This book traces Saul Spice from his birth in Sussex in 1789 to his death in Bindoon in 1868.
In 1830, Saul and Sarah Spice and their 6 children came to the Swan River Colony as part of the ill-fated Peel Settlement Scheme. Saul worked as a brickmaker in Perth. By 1837 the family was farming at Upper Swan. After selling 3 blocks of land in Adelaide Tce, Perth, in 1848, they purchased 320 acres of land at Bindoon from W L Brockman, naming it Brockhill. (Source: inHerit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au)