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From: "Tombi Peck" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] 1820 Cemeteries
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 09:24:53 +0100
References: <NEBBLIJINLKAPDLEEMFDGEIOGHAA.dunleath@netlab.co.za> <002701c6492b$dfb832d0$0100007f@Computer1> <000001c65814$5f02d850$cdf217c4@kfr> <001001c6586b$104a2f40$7b0aa8c0@bernie>


Thank you for your very kind offer.
I would be grateful for information on any BROWNE, HART, KIDWELL, PIRIE,
LLOYD or TAINTON inscriptions.
Groete,
Tombi Peck
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bernie Cramer" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 5:40 AM
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] 1820 Cemeteries


> Hello Doug,
>
> Thanks for the offer, could you look-up for WHITEHEAD, SPARKS, WILKINSON,
> BENTLEY, BUCKLEY and BOUCHER.
>
> Regards,
> Bernie.
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kevin Reynolds" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 7:58 AM
> Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] 1820 Cemeteries
>
>
> > HI Doug,
> > Thanks for this offer. Do have any Reynolds'?
> > Regards
> > Kevin
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Doug Bailes" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 8:57 PM
> > Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] 1820 Cemeteries
> >
> >
> >> I have a book compiled by Liz Eshmade, Mary Runciman, John Drury &
> > Lorraine
> >> Drury plus Mike Wakeford entitled Monumental Inscriptions. It has the
> >> inscriptions of the headstones of people buried at about 33 churches in
> > the
> >> 1820 Settler Country of the Eastern Cape. It covers the period from
the
> >> formation of the church up to 1996.
> >> If anyone would like me to look up something for them I am willing to
> >> assist.
> >> Regards
> >> Doug
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: "Celeste Mulholland" <>
> >> To: <>
> >> Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 11:37 PM
> >> Subject: RE: [ZA-EC] HUNT
> >>
> >>
> >> > Thankyou very much for this Doug, can't say how useful so will tuck
it
> >> > away
> >> > and work on it when it makes sense. What records do you have?
> > References?
> >> > Or
> >> > are they just mentions along the way? Lavinia rings a bell somehow.
> >> > Wish
> > I
> >> > knew why but will post as soon as I know incase other HUNTs are
> >> > looking.
> >> > Thankyou, appreciate it,
> >> >
> >> > Celeste
> >> >
> >> > -----Original Message-----
> >> > From: Doug Bailes [mailto:]
> >> > Sent: 15 March 2006 19:58
> >> > To:
> >> > Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE - WIGGILL, HUNT, TULL
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Hi Celeste
> >> >
> >> > I don't know if this is of any interest. In my Eastern Cape records I
> > have
> >> > a
> >> > note of an Ensign E. Hunt of the Royal African Corp who died during
one
> > of
> >> > the frontier wars, and
> >> > Lavinia Hunt who died at 90 and was buried in Port Alfred in 1951.
> >> >
> >> > Regards
> >> > Doug
> >> > ----- Original Message -----
> >> > From: "Celeste Mulholland" <>
> >> > To: <>
> >> > Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 7:39 PM
> >> > Subject: RE: [ZA-EC] LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE - WIGGILL, HUNT, TULL
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> Thanks you so much for this Debbie, this is the first breakthrough I
> > have
> >> >> had on HUNT except for my grandparents marriage William John HUNT to
> >> >> Marie
> >> >> Louise BRAND which is recorded in the national archives. 'The Game's
> >> >> afoot...' - thanks Sherlock :D
> >> >>
> >> >> Any other HUNT help or connections or clues I would appreciate if
> >> >> there
> >> >> are
> >> >> any listers researching this name - especially in Kimberley and
> >> >> Vryburg
> >> >> areas.
> >> >>
> >> >> The TULL's alas remain ever elusive.
> >> >> Thank you very much again
> >> >>
> >> >> Celeste
> >> >>
> >> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> >> From: Debbie Nelson [mailto:]
> >> >> Sent: 14 March 2006 15:05
> >> >> To:
> >> >> 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
> >> >> HUNT,
> >> >> 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
> >> >> he
> >> >> 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
> >> >> by
> >> >> 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
> >> >> Winterberg."
> >> >> "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,
> >> >> 10/-
> >> >> 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
> >> >> colony.
> >> >> Isaac WIGGALL of Bathurst and his wife Elizabeth were thanked for
> >> >> their
> >> >> care
> >> >> of the family."
> >> >>
> >> >> PART FOUR
> >> >> "12 August 1851: At Bathurst, Thomas SHONE gave Ann HUNT 2/- to buy
> >> >> herself
> >> >> 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
> >> >> SHAW."
> >> >> "29 April 1853: Intending applicants for farms in Victoria, who had
> > been
> >> >> recommended, were invited to apply. They included Thomas and Edward,
> > sons
> >> >> of
> >> >> Stephen BROWN for one farm, Thomas BRADFIELD, James, son of the late
> >> >> William
> >> >> 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."
> >> >>
> >> >> END
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> >> From: Celeste Mulholland [mailto:]
> >> >> Sent: 07 March 2006 14:54
> >> >> To:
> >> >> 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
> >> >> come
> >> >> and see and read perhaps?
> >> >> I would be grateful for any info and thanks, Celeste
> >> >> Researching WIGGILL ( variations WIGGLE and WIGGALL ), HUNT and
> >> >> TULL,
> >> >> so
> >> >> any mention of these would be a present.
> >> >>
> >> >> Thanks again - am sending this request off list. Cheers
> >> >>
> >> >> 011 648 5089
> >> >> 072 123 0908
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
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