Ann Hiscock (Hunt) (1807 - 1866)

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About Ann Hiscock (Hunt)

1820 British Settler

   

Ann Hunt 13, together with her parents and 2 sisters, were members of Thomas Calton's Party of 167 Settlers on the Settler Ship Albury.

Party originated from Nottinghamshire.

Departed Liverpool, 13 February 1820. Arrived Simon's Bay, Cape Town - 1st May 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Torrens River - named Clumber after Clumber Park, the seat of the Duke of Newcastle, Chairman of the Nottinghamshire Committee.

Children :

  • Sarah Hunt 20
  • Ann Hunt 13
  • Elizabeth Hunt 10
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Ann Hiscock's Timeline

1807
1807
1825
February 5, 1825
Age 18
E Cape Colony
October 10, 1825
Age 18
E Cape Colony
October 10, 1825
Age 18
1830
January 23, 1830
Age 23
1831
November 27, 1831
Age 24
E Cape Colony
1834
January 9, 1834
Age 27
1840
November 15, 1840
Age 33
1844
March 4, 1844
Age 37
Bathurst, Albany District, Eastern Cape Colony
1866
December 7, 1866
Age 59