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Mary Anne Sayers (Osler)

Death: Died in Western Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Benjamin Osler, SV/PROG and Jane Osler, SM/PROG
Wife of John Mankivel and William Adam Sayers
Mother of William Harrison Sayers; Eliza Sayers and Eliza Storrier
Sister of Joseph Osler; Susannah Osler, SM; Benjamin Osler; Jane Toy; Stephen Sawle Osler and 5 others

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About Mary Anne Sayers

1820 British Settler

Benjamin Osler was Leader of Osler's Party of 32 people on the Weymouth, together with his wife Jane Sawle, and 4 children.

Party originated from Cornwall.

Departure Portsmouth, 7 January 1820. Arrival Table Bay, Cape Town - 16 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820

Area Allocated to the Party : Mansfield River. The party was located on the left bank of the Mansfield River and Benjamin named the location Pendennis. (Pendennis Head and Pendennis castle are landmarks overlooking Falmouth Bay).

Children :

  • Stephen Osler 13,
  • Mary Ann Osler 12,
  • Amelia Osler 10
  • Elizabeth Osler 6