Ann Long (Dorrington) (1786 - 1840)

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Birthplace: Manchester, Lancashire, England
Death: Died in Eastern Cape Province,, South Africa
Managed by: Neville Hawthorn Cornish
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About Ann Long (Dorrington)

1820 British Settler

Ann Dorrington 35, together with her husband Jeremiah Long 40, Gardener and botanist, and their 2 sons, were members of George Smith's Party of 71 Settlers on the Settler Ship Stentor.

Party originated from Lancashire, England.

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

Area Allocated to the Party : Rufane and George Rivers. The location was called George Vale

Children :

  • James Long 13
  • Jeremiah Long 11
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Ann Long's Timeline

1786
April 16, 1786
Manchester, Lancashire, England
April 1786
Manchester, Lancashire, England
1804
December 24, 1804
Age 18
Manchester, Lancashire, England
1807
1807
Age 20
Manchester, England
1809
July 11, 1809
Age 23
Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
1834
November 1834
Age 48
Eastern Cape, South Africa
1840
1840
Age 53
Eastern Cape Province,, South Africa