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Ann Harbottle/Hairbottle

Death: (Date and location unknown)
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Daughter of Richard Hairbottle, Snr, SV/PROG and Jane Hairbottle, SM/PROG
Sister of Richard Hairbottle and William Hairbottle

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About Ann Harbottle/Hairbottle

1820 British Settler

Ann Hairbottle 1, together with her parents and 2 siblings, were part of Griffith's Party of 41 Settlers on the Settler Ship Stentor.

Party originated from Cardiganshire, Wales.

Departed Liverpool, 13 January 1820. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town - 19 March 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Western Cape - on the left bank of the Zonder End River in the Caledon District. The party was shortly transferred to Albany, Lieutenant Griffith remaining at Zonder End River for some time.

Children :

  • Richard Hairbottle 8
  • Ann Hairbottle 1
  • William Hairbottle 4


Ann Hairbottle was born in the British Isles, probably in or near Cardiganshire, in about 1819. Aged 1, Miss Hairbottle and family emigrated to South Africa in 1820. They were members of the Griffith party from Cardiganshire which sailed aboard the Stentor from Liverpool to Port Elizabeth. From there they were transported by ox wagon to their allotted land on the Eastern Frontier of the Cape Colony. Descendants of Ann Hairbottle are encouraged to Update this page with details of the line of family members down to yourself and your immediate family.

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