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John Cawood, b3

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bingley, West Yorkshire, UK
Death: Died in Bathurst, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of David Cawood, Snr, SV/PROG and Mary Cawood, SM/PROG
Husband of Ann Ynes Phillips
Father of Mary Jubber; Anne Mandy; Henry Cawood; Margaret Ellen Whitfield; Jane Whitfield and 4 others
Brother of James Cawood, b1; William Cawood; Elizabeth Gradwell, SM; Mary Hartley; Joshua Cawood and 4 others

Occupation: Farmer
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About John Cawood, b3

1820 British Settler

John Cawood 18, together with his parents and 9 siblings, were members of Hayhurst's Party of 107 people on the Settler ship, John.

Party originated from Lancashire, England.

Departed Liverpool, 13 January 1820. Arrival Table Bay, Cape Town - 19 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth, May 1820.

Area allocated to the Party : Trappes Valley

Children :

  • James Cawood 21
  • William Cawood 19
  • John Cawood 18
  • Joshua Cawood 16
  • Elizabeth Cawood 13
  • Mary Cawood 12
  • Samuel Cawood 10
  • Sarah Cawood 9
  • Joseph Cawood 5
  • David Cawood 1 (died young)

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Extract from http://www.genealogyworld.net/settlers/journal_43.html

Saturday April 25 1846

Died at Graham's Town on Monday 20th instant, Mr. John CAWOOD, aged 45 years. Deceased was an Emigrant of 1820, since which period he always resided on his original Location in Lower Albany, where he was universally esteemed as a man of sterling character. In his exertions to do good in the neighbourhood in which he resided, his efforts were unceasing, and in which his early death will be deeply and generally deplored. Of mild, quiet, unassuming manners, he lived as became the Gospel of Christ, and his end was Peace - a confident assurance in the mercy of God and a steady, humble faith in Him on whom he had long believed. He has left a Widow and six Children.

-------------------- 1820 Settler in Hayhurst’s party aboard “John"; dep 13 Jan 1820, Liverpool; arr May 1820, Algoa Bay. Farmer.

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John Cawood, b3's Timeline

1801
June 4, 1801
Bingley, West Yorkshire, UK
1802
July 4, 1802
Age 1
Keighley, Yorkshire, England
1825
August 16, 1825
Age 24
Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa
1826
June 8, 1826
Age 25
Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1829
January 15, 1829
Age 27
Cawood's Post, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa
December 18, 1829
Age 28
Albany District, Cape Colony, South Africa
1831
March 18, 1831
Age 29
Port Alfred, Albany, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1832
December 9, 1832
Age 31
1835
March 18, 1835
Age 33
Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1837
January 13, 1837
Age 35
Bathurst, Albany, Eastern Cape, South