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Anna Maria King (Silverstone), SM/PROG

Also Known As: "Maria KING"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cam, near Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
Death: Died in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
Place of Burial: Clumber
Immediate Family:

Wife of Phillip Richard King, SV/PROG
Mother of Dick King; Andrew King; Elizabeth King; John King; Lois PRIDDLE and 3 others

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Bill ROBERTSON and Associates

Part of Samuel BRADSHAW's Party of 1820 Settlers.

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DICK KING by J. SCALLAN

Page 8

BRADSHAW's Party

1. Joseph KING Senior

2. Joseph KING Junior

3. Henry KING

4. Philip KING

Page 11

So it was when the "Kennersley Castle", under Captain Pinkney sailed out of Bristol in December 1819, among the 64 in Samuel BRADSHAW's party were no fewer than 22 named "KING", from Cam in Gloucestershire. There was the eldest brother Joseph, his second wife Ann WATTS and his 4 children; Henry, his wife Hannah PASSER [This is an error-his second wife was Sarah SMITH with whom he left for South Africa] with 4 children; and Philip with his wife Anna Maria SILVERSTONE and their 4 children, of whom "Dick" was the eldest, but Philip and Anna Maria subsequently had 4 other children born in the East Cape.

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The "Kennersley Castle" was among the first five to arrive in Algoa Bay, in April 1820.

Page 17

The Bradshaw Party located near The Round Hill, some 6 miles or so to the North East of Bathurst.

Added by Y. DROST

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1820 British Settler

Anna Maria Silverstone 30, together with her husband Philip King 30, and their 3 children, were members of Samuel Bradshaw's Party of 64 emmigrants on the Settler Ship Kennersley Castle.

Party originated from Gloucestershire.

Departed Bristol, 10 January 1820. Arrived Simon's Bay, Cape Town - 29 March 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 29 April 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Lemon Valley on the Torrens River - New Gloucester

Children :

  • Richard Philip King 8
  • Andrew King 5
  • Elizabeth King 3.
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Anna Maria King, SM/PROG's Timeline

1789
1789
Cam, near Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
1811
November 26, 1811
Age 22
Chatham, Kent, England, UK
1811
Age 22
Cam (near Dursley), Gloucestershire, England
1814
August 11, 1814
Age 25
Cam (near Dursley), Gloucestershire, England
1817
1817
Age 28
Cam, near Dursley, Gloucestershire, England
1819
1819
Age 30
1821
April 5, 1821
Age 32
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
1823
1823
Age 34
Grahamstown, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1825
1825
Age 36
New Gloucester, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
1827
1827
Age 38