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Martha Painter (Urry)

Death: Died in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Daughter of James Urry, Snr. SV/PROG and Mary Daphne Urry, SM/PROG
Wife of Richard Joseph Painter, b1
Mother of Edwin Joseph Painter and Elizabeth Martha Leonard
Sister of Mary Urry; Sarah Emily Hyman, SM; Priscilla Urry; Rhoda Daniel, SM; Hannah Urry and 3 others

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About Martha Painter

1820 British Settler

Martha Urry (9), her parents and 4 siblings were members of Gush's Party on the Brilliant.

Party originated from London.

Departed Gravesend 15 February 1820. Arrived Simon's Bay 30 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth on 15 May 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party Assegai Bush River - Salem


  • Sarah Urry 11
  • Martha Urry 9
  • Priscilla Urry 8
  • Rhoda Urry 6
  • Hannah Urry 3
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Martha Painter's Timeline

January 31, 1810
March 11, 1810
London, UK
January 16, 1832
Age 21
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Richard Joseph was farming at Reed Fountain when he was married at the Anglican Church (now a cathedral), Grahamstown, on 16.01.1832 to Martha, the second daughter of the Sephton settlers James and Mary Urry. The young couple lived on Lot number 7, but tragically, four years after the marriage, Martha died, leaving two very young children. Richard then sold his allotment at Reed Fountain to James Temlett and moved to Grahamstown where he became a partner in an auctioneering business which went under the name of Painter and Jarman. Part of the activities was to have sales of livestock in the Albany district,

March 23, 1834
Age 24
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
December 17, 1835
Age 25
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
April 12, 1839
Age 29
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa