Mary Ann Ann Loftie-Eaton

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Mary Ann Ann Loftie-Eaton (Lepper)

Birthplace: Romney Marsh, Kent, UK
Death: Died in Oudtshoorn, WC, South Africa
Place of Burial: Kandelaars Rivier, Oudtshoorn, South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Lepper and Elizabeth Lepper
Wife of William Loftie-Eaton, Snr, SV/PROG
Mother of Elizabeth Loftie-Eaton; Margaret Sarah Sarah Fourie; John Sheere Loftie-Eaton; William Henry Henry Loftie-Eaton, Jnr; Robert Lepper Loftie-Eaton and 3 others

Managed by: Liesl Basson (van Niekerk)
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About Mary Ann Ann Loftie-Eaton

1820 British Settler


Mary Ann Lepper 24, together with her husband William Loftie Eaton 21, Farmer, were members of Thomas Willson's Party of 307 Settlers on the La Belle Alliance.

Party originated from London.

Departed London, 12 February 1820. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town on 2 May 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth May 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Beaufort Vale on the Bush River

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Mary Ann Ann Loftie-Eaton's Timeline

July 23, 1796
Romney Marsh, Kent, UK
December 20, 1819
Age 23
Romney Marsh, UK
February 7, 1820
Age 23
January 22, 1824
Age 27
Oudtshoorn, WC, South Africa
March 22, 1826
Age 29
George, South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa
July 6, 1828
Age 31
WC, South Africa
August 4, 1831
Age 35
George, WC, South Africa
November 2, 1832
Age 36
George, South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa
June 22, 1835
Age 38
George, South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa
September 1838
Age 42
George, South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa