Isabella Bristow (Campbell) (1805 - d.)

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About Isabella Bristow (Campbell)

1820 British Settler

Isabella Campbell (16), daughter of Settler Leader, Maj. Gen. Charles Colin Campbell, was part of her father's party of 50 people, 20 of whom sailed on the Salisbury. She was accompanied by her Mother and 8 siblings.

Party originated from Argyll, Scotland.

Departed The Downs, Deal, Kent, England, on 14 Aug 1821. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town on 8 December 1821. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth on 1 January 1822

Area allocated to the Party : Barville Park, at Rietfontein on the Kasouga River

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