George Brown (1813 - 1889)

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Birthplace: Carluke, South Lanarkshire, UK
Death: Died in Cape Province, South Africa
Occupation: Missionary
Managed by: Adam Stewart
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About George Brown

http://www.hogsback.za.net/history.htm

Miss Jessie Brown was the teacher in charge of the “Native” primary School, attached to St Mungo’s, in Auckland. She was the grand-daughter of William Chalmers who came to the Gwali Mission in 1827. When the War of the Axe (1846) broke out the family fled to Fort Armstrong for refuge, again during the 8th Frontier War (1850-53) all the white males were killed, and the family sought refuge in Fort White. After the war Rev. Brown, disillusioned by the destruction and brutality, gave up mission work and farmed at St Mungos to provide for a family of 9. He planted the first orange grove and made marmalade.

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Rev. George Brown's Timeline

1813
April 11, 1813
Carluke, South Lanarkshire, UK
1850
August 6, 1850
Age 37
Cape Province, South Africa
November 30, 1850
Age 37
Cape, South Africa
1852
May 10, 1852
Age 39
Cape, South Africa
1853
November 19, 1853
Age 40
Cape, South Africa
1855
May 13, 1855
Age 42
Cape, South Africa
1856
April 27, 1856
Age 43
Cape, South Africa
1857
December 19, 1857
Age 44
1859
May 25, 1859
Age 46
Cape, South Africa
1889
July 25, 1889
Age 76
Cape Province, South Africa