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From: Ray Pitt <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 18:01:21 +1000
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Hello April,
There are two entries for the HAMMAN family name.
They are as follows:-

HAMMAN Mary Ann aged 44 - Second entry Her Husband was Thomas, carpenter who was already at the cape together with son Thomas, in his 20's and daughter Julia, about 18 who was pregnant at the time of her arrival Seems they had come out earlier in Feb 1860.
With Mary were:-
William aged 20,
Ellen aged 16,
Ann aged 12,
John aged 11
All arrived on the ship Royal Charlie in Aug 1860


On 17/06/2010, at 4:12 PM, April wrote:

Kind regards,

Ray Pitt
in a cold and miserable Queensland,

> I was very interested to see the e-mail from Lynn in NZ. in which she
> mentions the book by Esme Bull called Aided Immigration from Britian to
> South Africa 1857-1857.
> Sort 995. page 278. HAMMAN.
> I have been trying for some while to discover the origins of Augusta
> Johanna Hamman born about 1870. Now I wonder if this page contains her
> parents name. Parents names not given on her Death Notice that I was
> kindly sent. Only clue I have is that she was British.
> Would someone with this book do a look-up for me, please? I just may
> hopefully get a lead.
> Thank you and kind regards.
> April. Sunny New
> Forest. UK
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