Thomas Topham Petherbridge

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Thomas Topham Petherbridge of Plymouth was an early land owner in Adelaide. [1] His name was given to Topham Street, running on the site of his land between Currie Street and Waymouth Street. It is now a pedestrian mall, Topham Mall, and the Topham Link shopping arcade and Topham U-Park car parking station now sit on the site.

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References

  1. Correspondence of 17 October 2007 with Michael Farrow, Archives Officer, Adelaide City Council.