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About James Thomas Tarr

1820 British Settler

James Tarr 4, together with his parents and 3 siblings, 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 :

  • Selina Tarr 7
  • James Tarr 4
  • Elizabeth Tarr 3
  • George Tarr 1

"South Africa, Church of the Province of South Africa, Parish Registers, 1801-2004," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-23580-56306-87?cc=1468076&wc=MCM6-QWB:44975801,44975802,49887301,49891401 : accessed 16 Jul 2014), South Africa > Cape of Good Hope > Grahamstown, Bathurst, St John the Evangelist > Baptisms, marriages, burials 1829-1849 > image 47 of 108; citing William Cullen Library, Wits University, Johannesburg.

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James Thomas Tarr's Timeline

1815
August 24, 1815
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
1838
October 11, 1838
Age 23
Bathhurst, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
1840
January 14, 1840
Age 24
Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1841
September 24, 1841
Age 26
1843
September 2, 1843
Age 28
Cape, South Africa
1845
October 11, 1845
Age 30
Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1848
March 6, 1848
Age 32
1850
April 24, 1850
Age 34
1852
August 14, 1852
Age 36
South Africa
1854
October 19, 1854
Age 39
Cape of Good Hope, South Africa