Ann Shaw (Maw), SM/PROG (1788 - 1854)

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Birthplace: Long Sutton, Britain (UK)
Death: Died in Grahamstown, South Africa
Managed by: Stephen Holliday
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About Ann Shaw (Maw), SM/PROG

1820 British Settler

Ann Maw 31, together with her husband William Shaw 21, Minister, and daughter, were members of Sephton's party of 344 people on the Aurora.

Party originated from London.

Departure Gravesend, 15 February 1820. Arrival Simon's Bay, 1 May 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth, 15 May 1820

Area allocated to the Party : Assegai Bush River, Salem

Child :

  • Mary Ann Shaw


Obit : This marriage took place on March 12th 1857 in Liverpool Road Chapel, Islington, the officiating minister being the Rev. Dr. Bunting, after whom Buntingville was named when that Mission Station was founded on November 22nd, 1830. William Shaw's second wife was a widow, Mrs. Ogle, of Bolton, whose maiden name had, strangely enough, been Shaw."

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Ann Shaw, SM/PROG's Timeline

March 26, 1788
Long Sutton, Britain (UK)
December 30, 1817
Age 29
London, England, U K
September 26, 1818
Age 30
Long Sutton, England, UK
September 20, 1819
Age 31
London, UK
July 5, 1821
Age 33
Salem, South Africa
September, 1823
Age 35
Salem, South Africa
June 6, 1854
Age 66
Grahamstown, South Africa