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From: "Barbara Prowse" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Re: Look-ups
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 14:07:02 -0000
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as soon as I can find and set up my scanner [I moved 2 months ago and it
will take me a while!!] I shall let you have the full coverage. Also of the
"Ocean". Where in the world are you? If it is the UK I'll post them.
If Christina was born in 1826 she would not have been in this Book, but
there were later arrivals. More of "my" lot came in SHEPHERD's Party, which
was about 1826, though I have no List of who was on board. Does anyone else,
The "Ocaen" was the ship my lot came in, and according to Nash it arrived in
Table Bay on March 29, and Algoa Bay on15 April. Howard's Party, from Bucks,
joined with Bainbridge's Party from Soho, London. the List of
All the following have names, ages and occupations, but it would take me too
long to write out.
HORNE, or HORN, Robert Henry William, 21, + wife Ann, 22, was a passenger
with WILLSON's Party, and doesn't appear on the Ocean - except in so far as
they all went that way!!!
HOWARD's Party is briefly
BAINBRIDGE, Thomas, + wife and 2 ch.
CADLE, John Henry + w. +3 ch.
FELTON, George Henry
HANGER, Edward + w. + ch.
HARPER, Henry + wife and 2 ch, + his young stepsons James and George BARNES.
HEALEY, Edward +w.
HOWARD, William + w + 5 ch.
JEFFRIES, Edward George, 12, and Gad, 10, in the care of Watts, James.
MAHRTENS, Seba + w
NILAND, John + w
POULTON, John +w +9 ch.
TARR, William + w + 3ch. + Oceanus, born & died at sea
WILLAN, Giles + w + 2 + 1 born at sea.
DAMANT's Party also travelled on the "Ocean".
ATHERSTONE, John + w + 4
DAMANT, Ann, 13, in care of uncle Edward.
DAMANT, Edward, + child aged 2
FROST, Philip + w + 6
JACOBS, John + w
MALES, Thomas, dies at sea
PRICE, John, died at sea
SMITH, Stephen + w + 1 + 1 died at sea
STERLEY, Thomas + w + 7
TEE, Richard + w + 4
Damant took his Party to his brother's property on the Gamtoos River
CARNEY, James + w + 1
DANIELS, Joseph + w + 1
DIXON, John Henry + w + 4
FULLER, Henry + w + 2
HENMAN, Robert + w + 2 + 1 born at sea
MARSDEN, George + w + 1
PAXTON, Jesse + w + 6
VICE, James + w + 2
WEBB, Richard + w + 2
WYATT, John + w + 4, of which 2 died at sea.
They settled in Waaiplaats on the Kaffir Kraal River.
HALSE, Thomas Henry + w + 1 + 1 died at sea
KESTELL, Charles + w + 4
MORGAN, Nathanael + w
PHILLIPS, George + w +2
POULTNEY, James + w + 1
SMITH, Martha [servant to Jinks]
THOMAS, James + w + 1
THOMAS, William + w + 3 + 1 died at sea
Well, having done all that I now see that Len has his own Website and you
can probably get it all on that!! Never mind, it's good for my soul.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Becky Horne" <>
Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2002 5:58 AM
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Re: Look-ups
> Hi Barbara
> Thank you so much for this info. Greatly appreciated.
> May I ask you a huge favour. If you have a scanner can you scan the 2
> for me? I know this is really taking advantage of your kindness, but I'm
> obsessed about the WILLSON link to our family.
> I've heard that Thomas was not a pleasant man - holding back rations and
> money on board the La Belle Alliance and soon after disembarking in Algoa
> Bay, the Settlers nominated, I think a minister ? to continue as their
> Please if you don't have a scanner, on no account do I expect you to type
> the 2 pages.
> Thank you once again for all your kindness.
> Kind Regards,
> Port Elizabeth, South Africa
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Barbara Prowse <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2002 1:11 AM
> Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Re: Look-ups
> > Dear Becky
> > In Nash's book, of the 1820 Settlers, there is no DENNIS. But a Thomas
> > WILLSON, architect and commercial agent of Bridge Cottage, Chelsea Water
> > Works, London, led a Party on "La Belle Alliance".Willson abandonned his
> > Party when they arrived at Algoa Bay! there are two whole pages on him
> > his Party.
> > Thomas WILLSON, 35, architect. Wife Mary Ann, 30. Children Percy, 9,
> > Douglas, 6, Thomas, 4.
> > Best wishes
> > Barbara
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