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From: "Doug Bailes" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE - WIGGILL, HUNT, TULL
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 19:48:13 +0200
The I take it you are queering the Lower Albany Chronicles compiled be Ed
These are published by the Lower Albany Historical Society. Contact
Marion is the editor for the Toposcope i.e. the yearly publication put out
by the LAHS. She will be able to help you. There are 5 books in the set
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From: "Debbie Nelson" <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 3:04 PM
Subject: [ZA-EC] LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE - WIGGILL, HUNT, TULL
> Hi Celeste
> I purchased my set from a well known South African book dealer over the
> internet. If you are not sure where to search I can let you know off list.
> PART ONE
> "13 February 1825: Sarah, daughter of William HUNT of Clumber, was married
> at Grahamstown to James HISCOCK. By the Rev. Thomas IRELAND. Thurston
> WHITTLE was witness."
> "30 July 1825: Among Settlers who had moved to Uitenhage were Richard
> Thomas GRIFFIN, Henry REED of Cuylerville, William FOX, William TAYLOR of
> Wentworth Park and Joseph BROADBENT of Barville Park."
> PART TWO
> "5 January 1829: Elizabeth, wife of Isaac WIGGALL, had died. On this day
> was married at Grahamstown by the Reverend Thomas IRELAND to Mary SAYERS.
> Witnesses were Matthew WESTERBAR and his wife Lydia."
> "20 February 1832: Eli, son of Isaac WIGGALL, was married at Grahamstown
> the Reverend William CARLISLE to Susannah, daughter of Francis BENTLEY."
> "3 March 1833: Eli WIGGALL was now at Grahamstown."
> "27 January 1837: Eli WIGGALL was now a wheel-wright at Bathurst."
> "7 February 1838: George, son of Isaac WIGGALL, was now in the
> "17 January 1839: Thomas SHONE gave William HUNT twenty-one ears of maize,
> for damage done by SHONE's cattle."
> "25 March 1839: Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac WIGGALL, was married at
> Grahamstown by the Reverend John HEAVYSIDE to Richard HOLMES."
> "2 September 1839: William HUNT gave Thomas SHONE some vegetable pulse."
> PART THREE
> "24 March 1845: Mary, wife of Isaac WIGGALL, had died. He was married at
> Bathurst by the Rev John AYLIFF to Mary KIRK, widow. High and Susan
> GALLAGHER were witnesses."
> "18 May 1848: Isaac WIGGALL was now at Bathurst. He had left part of his
> farm Kaal Hoek, in the Winterberg, to Richard HOLMES."
> "21 October 1849: Bathurst Chapel paid £32 for slates, £21 for cartage,
> to Isaac WIGGALL, and £84 to Mr. ARMSTRONG and John TATHAM for work done."
> "22 January 1850: Henry JACKSON of Grahamstown, with his wife and four
> children, was fishing at the confluence of the Mansfield and Kowie Rivers.
> He went a little upstream, and swam across. He was later missed, and a
> search revealed that he had drowned. He had been seven years in the
> Isaac WIGGALL of Bathurst and his wife Elizabeth were thanked for their
> of the family."
> PART FOUR
> "12 August 1851: At Bathurst, Thomas SHONE gave Ann HUNT 2/- to buy
> some food."
> "6 March 1852: the Lower Albany men moved with Major Alexander ARMSTRONG's
> force to Fort Peddie. Among them were Field-cornet Cornelius COCK, James
> FIELD and Thomas WIGGALL."
> "12 March 1853: Thomas and Ann COCKROFT were witnesses at the marriage of
> Mary, daughter of Mark COCKROFT, and Samuel HUNT, by the Reverend William
> "29 April 1853: Intending applicants for farms in Victoria, who had been
> recommended, were invited to apply. They included Thomas and Edward, sons
> Stephen BROWN for one farm, Thomas BRADFIELD, James, son of the late
> BARTLETT, George FULLER, Henry PURDON, William PURDON, Elijah and Joseph,
> sons of Isaac WIGGALL, and Richard WALKER junior."
> "1 July 1853: Thomas WIGGALL was now on Reed Fountain."
> "5 February 1854: James WIGGALL was at Southwell."
> "22 February 1854: James, son of Isaac WIGGALL, was married at Bathurst by
> the Reverend George DANIEL to Sarah, daughter of Robert MILES. Witnesses
> were Patience MILES and Thomas BROWN."
> "7 January 1855: James WIGGALL was at Barville Park."
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Celeste Mulholland [mailto:]
> Sent: 07 March 2006 14:54
> Subject: RE: [ZA-EC] LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE - LOOKUPS OFFERED
> Hello Debbie,
> Where did you get this? Is it feasible for me to obtain one too? Buy it?
> Order a copy? From where? Amazon ... Barnes and Noble etc? Pay you for a
> copy of the one you have? Do you live in the Johannesburg area? Could I
> and see and read perhaps?
> I would be grateful for any info and thanks, Celeste
> Researching WIGGILL ( variations WIGGLE and WIGGALL ), HUNT and TULL,
> any mention of these would be a present.
> Thanks again - am sending this request off list. Cheers
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