Thomas Nathaniel Dry, SV/PROG

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Thomas Nathaniel Dry, SV/PROG

Birthplace: Deptford, Kent, England
Death: Died in Eastern Cape, South Africa
Place of Burial: Cradock, Cape Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Edward Dry and Clarissa DRY
Husband of Helena Margaretha Elizabeth Waldeck; Magdalena Margaretha Elizabeth Cornelis and Ann King
Father of Jan Johannes Dry, b1; Eduard Cornelis Codling Dry, b2; Thomas John Dry; Geertruida Helena Ruth Dry; Albertus Willem Dry and 6 others

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About Thomas Nathaniel Dry, SV/PROG

1820 British Settler

Thomas Dry 22, Farmer, was a member of Erith's Party of 120 Settlers on the Settler Ship Brilliant.

Party originated from Surrey.

Departure Gravesend, London 15 February 1820. Arrival Simon's Bay - 30 April 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820

Area Allocated to the Party : New Botany Bay on the Kaffir Kraal River


Occupation : Jailor


DRY Thomas *Deptford, Kent, Engeland 16.3.1798 aankoms 1820 aan boord "Brilliant" sv Edward en Clarissa Dry † 15.1.1865 x Graaff-Reinet 8.4.1821 Magdalena Margaretha Elizabeth Cornelis dv Jan Johannes Cornelis en Geertruy Janse vd K xx Cradock 27.6.1852 Ann Whittal (wed C King) SAF vol 8 p485, GISA.

  1. Deary Avenue, Municipal cemetery, Cradock 15 Jan 1865, eGGSA library, Gravestones in SA, contributed by Vic Olivier. Added by Charlene Viljoen 20 May 2013
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Thomas Nathaniel Dry, SV/PROG's Timeline

February 28, 1798
Deptford, Kent, England
March 16, 1798
Deptford, Kent, England
August 8, 1818
Age 20
Somerset, Kaapprovinsie
April 8, 1821
Age 23
January 19, 1822
Age 23
September 29, 1825
Age 27
Age 26
December 4, 1836
Age 38
Somerset East, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Age 53
January 15, 1865
Age 66
Eastern Cape, South Africa