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About Rebecca Stow

1820 British Settler

Rebecca Amos 9, together with his parents and 8 siblings, were members of William Menezes' Party of 51 Settlers on the Weymouth.

Party originated from Kent.

  • Departed London, 7 January 1820.
  • Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town on 16 April 1820.
  • Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Reitfontein then Kareiga River

Children :

  • Esther Bowles 11
  • Jemima Weymouth Bowles 1
  • Henry Amos 16
  • Eliza Amos 13
  • Charlotte Amos,12
  • Rebecca Amos 9
  • Thomas Amos 7
  • Sarah Amos 6
  • Edward Amos 4

Elizabeth's first husband Edward Amoss (sometimes referred to as Henry Amos/s), with whom she had 7 children, went missing in the Napoleonic wars, so she married Richard Bowles and they had a daughter , Esther. Then Edward Amoss/ Henry Amos reappeared, so she returned to him. They had four more children before he died. Then Elizabeth married Richard Bowles and had five more children.

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Rebecca Stow's Timeline

1809
September 7, 1809
Svensfif, Dover, England
1831
1831
Age 21
1832
June 30, 1832
Age 22
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1833
March 13, 1833
Age 23
Uitenhage, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1833
Age 23
1835
April 1, 1835
Age 25
1836
1836
Age 26
1838
1838
Age 28
1840
1840
Age 30
1842
1842
Age 32