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From: "Sue Mackay" <>
Subject: [ZA-EC] Extracts from the South African Commercial Advertiser -April 1838
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 16:09:11 +0100


Transcribed from CO53/4 at the National Archives in Kew, London

Wednesday 4 April 1838

MARRIED
In St.George's Church Cape Town on Monday 2nd April 1838 by the Rev George
Hough MA, Senior Colonial Chaplain:
Charles SMITH to Geertruida Maria Magdalena ZINN.

CHRISTENINGS
In St.George's Church Cape Town on Monday 2nd April 1838 by the Rev George
Hough MA, Senior Colonial Chaplain:
A son of Mr. William EDGAR, baptised William.
A daughter of Mr. Michael DELAHUNT, baptised Catharine Olivia Ellen.
A daughter of Mr. Robert SPENCE, baptised Ann Elizabeth.

DEATHS
March 31st 1838: William Henry FOY Esq, Major Bombay Artillery, aged 44
years.
March 31: Eliza Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Edward WOOLLWARD, aged 2 months.
April 1st: James HAYES, aged 53 years.

Mr. C. LANDSBERG having purchased the Places Slangkop and Poespaskraal, will
hold a Public Sale, without Reserve, at his House, No.23 Burg-street, on the
17th and 18th instants, of a well-selected assortment of Goods and
Manufactures, consisting in Gros de Naples of all colours; Satins and Lining
Silk; fancy Dresses; beautiful large Shawls; Solk Shawls and Handkerchiefs;
Ladies' Scarfs; Chali Dresses; black Silk Velvet; Jacconet Dresses; fancy
Checks; Furniture Chintz; Linings of all colours; very wide black
Bombazines; Merinoes; black Shaloons; Satin Jean; Waistcoating of various
colours; Chintzes; fine red Handkerchiefs; Trousering; Children's Hats;
Cloth and Velvet Caps; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cotton and Silk Gloves and
Hosiery; Wreaths; Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Boots and Shoes; Lace;
Ladies' Stays; Flannels; Perfumery. The Sale will be held Inside, and Seats
provided for the Ladies.
Mr. C.L. offers to Let that part of his House where the business of
Haberdasher has been carried on with good success for a long series of
years, and has no objection to supply the Tenant on favourable terms with
the whole stock of Hats required to commence and carry on this Business. The
House is also well adapted for a Family, being supplied with water, and may
be viewed daily.

Saturday 7 April 1838

MARRIED
By Special Licence
In St.George's Church Cape Town on Wednesday the 4th April 1838 by the Rev
George Hough MA, Senior Colonial Chaplain:
Mr. William HART to Miss Magdalena Johanna HENDREKS

DEATH
April 2nd 1838: Mr. George Francis WILMOT, aged 33 years.

Wednesday 11 April 1838
CHRISTENING
In St.Andrew's Church on Sunday the 8th April 1838 by the Rev Dr Adamson:
A son of Professor J.R. INNES, baptised Alexander.

Wednesday 18 April 1838

CHRISTENING
In St.George's Church Cape Town on Monday the 16th April 1838 by the Rev
George Hough MA, Senior Colonial Chaplain:
A son of Mr. John DYASON, baptised John.

DEATH
April 15th 1838: Mr. Henry LEATT, aged 40 years.

Wednesday 25 April 1838

Koopman's River, District of Worcester.
The Undersigned, intending to discontinue the Shop at Koopman's River, will
hold Public Sales (without Reserve) on Tuesday the 18th May and following
days, of the valuable Premises, Shop Fixtures, Furniture, and the extensive
Stock in Trade, consisting of Cotton and Woollen Goods, Hardware, Paints,
Oil and almost every article adapted to the Country Trade.
C, HEUGH.
Libreral credits will be given.

DIED at Stellenbosch on the 18th instant, the infant daughter of Major and
Mrs. LAURIE, aged 7 months.

Saturday 28 April 1838

MARRIED
In St.George's Church Cape Town on Thursday the 26th April 1838 by the Rev
George Hough MA, Senior Colonial Chaplain:
Mr. Timothy Fredford CONWAY to Miss Emma FAULKNER.

CHRISTENING
At Wynberg on Tuesday the 24th April by ditto:
A son of Samuel Blackaller VENNING Esq, baptised Arthur.

DEATHS
April 21 1838: Sophia Rebecca, daughter of Mr. Henry DEWESS, aged 1 year and
7 months.
April 24: Capt. William HOLLETT, aged 63 years and 9 months.




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