Jesse Abraham Attree

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Jesse Abraham Attree

Birthplace: Newick, Sussex, England
Death: Died in Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Attree and Hannah Attree
Husband of Emma Attree
Father of Esther Attree; Jesse Attree; Thomas Attree; Edward Attree; Emma Coleman and 1 other

Managed by: Carole Anne Bailey
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About Jesse Abraham Attree

Emigrated from Sussex England about 1845 and settled in Wynberg, Cape, South Africa. Ester Diesel’s father was Jesse Attree Senior and he was living with her (after the death of her husband) on the 31 December 1902, when he made out his will (witnessed by T Maddison & RB Orford) which among others leaves his daughter Emma Coleman all his estate and effects, in the enjoyment of the usufruct and residue (the use of for her lifetime). Included (rents) from the two houses, on his property, Western portion of Erf. No. 14 Douglas Street, Bloemfontein. Ester Diesel died on the 30 March 1904. Ester Diesel (Attree) is the sister of Emma Attree who married George James Coleman. Jessie Attree Senior moved to the Waterfall farm where he stayed with his daughter Emma. He died at Waterfall on the 14 December 1906. Emma Coleman signed his death notice. His estate was valued at 535 pounds.

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Jesse Abraham Attree's Timeline

January 5, 1821
Newick, Sussex, England
January 19, 1841
Age 20
Fletching, Sussex, England
December 18, 1841
Age 20
Newick, Sussex, England
Age 21
Newick, Sussex, England
June 7, 1844
Age 23
Newick, Sussex, England
January 7, 1846
Age 25
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
May 10, 1849
Age 28
Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
March 4, 1854
Age 33
Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony, South Africa
December 14, 1906
Age 85
Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa