John Benjamin Moodie, SV1b1c11

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About John Benjamin Moodie, SV1b1c11

"South Africa, Natal Province, Civil Marriages, 1845-1955," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 12 May 2015), John Benjamin Moodie and Margaret Agnes Brown, 29 Oct 1885; citing Newcastle, Natal, South Africa; 00367; National Archives and Records Service of South Africa, Pretoria; 1,259,209.

John Benjamin Moodie (brother of Groot Tom Moodie) and his wife Margaret Agnes joined the Moodie Trek with their two children Julia Sarah Moodie and James Gray Moodie. After a difficult journey which took much longer than anticipated there were problems within the party and, at Fort Victoria, two groups formed; Dunbar Moodie and Groot Tom led one group to Gazaland (as per the original plan), while John Moodie and John Nesbitt led the breakaway group to Salisbury and then on to Umtali. John died in 1900.

DN 7/73 gives names of his wife and children.

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August 3, 1854
Burghersdorp, Cape Colony, South Africa
October 2, 1854
South Africa
May 23, 1888
Age 33
Harrismith, Orange River Colony, South Africa
September 29, 1888
Age 34
Harrismith, Orange River Colony, South Africa
April 6, 1893
Age 38
Charter, Southern Rhodesia
September 11, 1894
Age 40
Umtali (Mutare), Manicaland, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
July 19, 1897
Age 42
Pietersburg, Transvall, South Africa
August 27, 1900
Age 46
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)