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From: "Sue Mackay" <>
Subject: [ZA-IB] Extracts from the South African Commercial Advertiser -February 1854
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 17:30:05 +0100
Transcribed from CO53/11 at the National Archives in Kew, London
Thursday 2 February 1854
Departed this Life at Cape Town on Sunday the 22nd January 1854, Cornelia
Sophia Georgina, eldest and beloved daughter of Mrs. M.C. CRUYWAGEN, deeply
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.L. Parisius VDM, January 29:
A daughter of Mr. Everd Johannes VAN DYK, baptised Helena Christina.
Saturday 4 February 1854
MARRIED in Trinity Church Cape Town on Tuesday the 31st January by the Rev
R.G. Lamb, Mr. George H. FAIRFIELD of Lawrence, United Sates, to Eliza
Dickenson, second daughter of the late Capt. Thomas HARRIS H.E.I.C.S.
DIED at Simon's Town on the 30th January, Dr. John STEUART, Health Officer
and Police Surgeon.
Tuesday 7 February 1854
MARRIED in the Cathedral Church Cape Town on Friday the 3rd February by the
Rev W.A. Newman, Mr, Thomas HUDSON to Miss Isabella Wensley, fifth daughter
of the late Mr. Jas. TURPIN.
Thursday 9 February 1854
BIRTH at Mowbray, Mrs. Thomas TINLEY of a daughter.
In St.George's cathedral in this City by the Rev John Quinn, January 31:
Mr. Nicholas Francis SIMON to Miss Maria Caroline HICKMAN.
By the Very Rev the Dean of Cape Town, February 3rd:
Thomas Wolfferum HUDSON Esquire to Miss Isabella Wensley TURPIN.
In St.Andrew's Church by the Rev G Morgan, February 7:
Mr. John DALLAS to Miss Emily Jacoba COOPER.
In St.George's Cathedral in this City by the Rev John Quinn, February 1:
A son of Beresford SCOTT Esq RN, baptised James Edward.
A daughter of Mr. Niel Adam MORISON, baptised Janet Catharine.
A son of Mr. George PATERSON, baptised George Cornelius Thomas.
By the Very Reverend the Dean of Cape Town, February 3:
A daughter of John BRODIE Esquire, Master Mariner, baptised Ellen Mary.
A daughter of Thomas Jones DICKSON Esquire, baptised Catherine Laura.
A son of Mr. George URRY, baptised Frederick.
Jan 29: Japoeng (male), Native of Africa, aged 15 years.
Jan 30: Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Mr. James SCOTT, aged 6 months and 19
February 1: Margaret Caroline, daughter of Mr. William COLE, aged 16 months
and 20 days.
Tuesday 14 February 1854
BIRTH in Cape Town, Mrs F.A. BOON of a son.
Feb 12 1854.
Thursday 16 February 1854
In St.George's Cathedral in this City by the Rev John Quinn, February 13:
Mr. Robert MERRYMAN to Miss Rachel SMITH
Feb 8: Emily, daughter of Mr. Thomas BUTT, aged 10 months.
Feb 11: Frederick Sawbridge Wright CATOR Esquire, Madras Civil Service, aged
Feb 11: Mrs. Mary MOSELY, aged 37 years.
Feb 12: Mr. Thomas James BUCKLEY, aged 35 years.
Feb 13: Henry Tweed, son of Mr. Henry Tweed OLLETT, aged 2 years and 23
Feb 13: Mr. Thomas VAWSER, aged 22 years and 4 months.
Saturday 18 February 1854
BIRTH on the 16th inst, the wife of C.D. RUSSELL Esq (B.C.S.) of a son.
(By Special Licence) in St. George's Cathedral in this City by the Very
Reverend the Dean of Cape Town, February15:
John GIBB Esquire to Miss Johanna Elizabeth CALF.
On the same day:
Mr. John SMITH to Mrs. Wilhelmina J. JACOBS.
Tuesday 21 February 1854
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.M. Kloek Van Staveren VDM,
A daughter of Mr. Andreas Toll COSKEY, baptised Catharina Anthonetta.
Thursday 23 February 1854
Departed this Life at her Residence, Buitenkant, on the 20th instant,
Johanna Titia, Widow of the late Rev Robert BAYNES, aged 64 years 3 months
and 23 days, after a long and painful illness, regretted by her relatives
Cape Town, 21st February 1854
Tuesday 28 February 1854
CHRISTENING at Simon's Town, 22nd February 1854 by the Rev E. Judge MA, the
infant son of Thos. NIGHTINGALE Esq, baptised Geoffrey Ethelstone.
DIED at Mowbray on Sunday last, 26th February, Mr. Richard Prince SOLOMON,
in the 36th year of his age, deeply regretted by his Relatives and Friends.
DIED at Sea, near the Straits of Banka, on the 7th July 1853, (on a voyage
from Java to Japan) Dirk Gysbert REITZ, Knight of the Order of Netherland's
Lion, formerly Advocate of the Court of Justice in this Colony, afterwards
Member of the High Court of Justice, and Judge of the Admiralty Court at
Batavia, and latterly President of the Orphan Chamber at Batavia, aged fifty
In St.George's Cathedral in this City by the Rev M.A. Camilleri DD, February
Mr. William Calvert DIXON to Mrs. Caroline Maria MULENBECK.
Mr. Charles HUMERSTON to Miss Agnes ROBERTSON.
Nicholas Abraham VENTURA to Louisa Johanna CALLENMEYER.
In St.George's Cathedral in this City by the Very Reverend the Dean of Cape
Town, Feb 17:
A daughter of Mr. Neil More McINTYRE, baptised Mary Anne.
By the Rev M.A. Camilleri DD, Feb 19:
A son of Mr. Joseph CLEGG, baptised William Joseph.
By the Very Rev the Dean of Cape Town, Feb 24:
A daughter of Mr. William SCOTT, baptised Sarah Jane.
February 18: Susanna Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Thomas CLOTHIER, aged 10
February 19: Charles Robert, son of Charles PILLANS Esquire, aged 9 weeks.
February 20: Mr. Edward BRYER, Chief Officer of the 'Hydaspes', aged 32
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