Payneham Cemetery Prominent South Australians of the 19th and 20th centuries lie here:
Kate Cocks, one of the first women appointed as a police officer in the British Empire;
The Twelftree family, eminent farmers and builders;
Edward Castres Gwynne, South Australian Attorney General in 1845 and later a Supreme Court Judge;
The Cooper family, internationally famous brewers;
Albert Molineux, South Australian agriculture's most dynamic mind and the father of modern agricultural co-operatives in this State;
A.E. Gerard, entrepreneur and industrialist;
Heath Nash, a member of John McDouall Stuart's exploratory party that crossed Australia in 1862;
The Darling family, merchants, politicians and benefactors;
The Cowan family, milling, mercantile and pastoral achievers;
Sir Shirley William Jeffries, lawyer and State Attorney General;
James Marshall, the famous Rundle Street retailer;
Sir Edward Lucas, philanthropist and politician.
All these and many more are evidence of the importance of Payneham Cemetery to our heritage.