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Peachey Belt is an area north of Adelaide, South Australia, currently designated by Peachey Road in Daveron Park.
It was named for Peter Peachey, a surveyor, who was keen to be one of the first settlers of South Australia as early as 1833, when colonisation plans were being drawn up in London. Robert Gouger makes reference to Peachey's interest in his journal in December of that year.
- George Broster (1823-1901)
- William Chivell (c1825-1882)
- Hugh Brown Menadue (1816-1874)
- Thomas Brown Turner (1851-1936)
- Thomas Trounson Teague (1825-1903)
- Emanuel Underdown (1801-1863)
- William Henry Worden (1873-1951)
- South Australia: What's in a name? by Rodney Cockburn, 1990
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