Louisa Rosa Plewman, b1 SM

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About Louisa Rosa Plewman, b1 SM

1820 British Settler

Robert James Robinson 27, Butcher, together with his wife Martha Rozina Strutt 26, and 4 children, were members of Erith's Party of 120 Settlers on the Settler Ship Brilliant.

Party originated from Surrey.

Departure Gravesend, London 15 February 1820. Arrival Simon's Bay - 30 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820

Area Allocated to the Party : New Botany Bay on the Kaffir Kraal River

Children :

  • Louisa Robinson 5
  • John Henry Robinson 4
  • Robert Robinson 2
  • Philip Robinson 1

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She was 5 years old when she went to South Africa with the 1820 settlers. Her second name could have been Rosina. As a child she miraculously recovered from a severe attack of smallpox, a dread disease in those days, but she bore the marks therefrom throughout her life. She spent the later years of her life in Fauriesmith were her youngest son (Robert Philip) was a merchant.

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Louisa Rosa Plewman, b1 SM's Timeline

1814
February 11, 1814
Gillingham, Kent, England
1832
January 1, 1832
Age 17
Cradock, Stormberg District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1833
1833
Age 18
1834
April 7, 1834
Age 20
Northern Cape, South Africa
1837
June 2, 1837
Age 23
1846
1846
Age 31
Colesburg, Northern Cape, South Africa
1848
1848
Age 33
1879
January 25, 1879
Age 64
Colesberg, Northern Cape, South Africa
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