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  • Joseph William Dicks, SV/PROG (1809 - 1883)
    DEPOT Genealogical Society of SA DESCRIPTION Dicks, J - Gravestone. STARTING 1811 ENDING 18850718 REMARKS St. Luke's Anglican Church, Howick, KwaZulu-Natal.
  • William Parr, SV/PROG (deceased)
    Sailed to the Cape of Good Hope with husband William Parr in 1828
  • Sarah Parr, SM/PROG (1796 - d.)
    Sailed to the Cape of Good Hope with husband William Parr in 1828
  • Isabella Anderson (c.1857 - d.)
    British immigrants on Assisted passage on the ship ‘Chatham’ in Oct 1859 to Mr Dugmore on Fish River Ranch David Anderson 38 Farm servant (b c1821) Janet 36 (b c1823) Elizabeth 14...
  • Catherine Anderson (c.1852 - d.)
    British immigrants on Assisted passage on the ship ‘Chatham’ in Oct 1859 to Mr Dugmore on Fish River Ranch David Anderson 38 Farm servant (b c1821) Janet 36 (b c1823) Elizabeth 14...

Post - 1820 British Settlers in South Africa

Settlers to South Africa after the sponsored settlement program of 1820.

1820 - 1830

Main References: Settler Correspondence 1820 - 1829

Data Sheets - eGGSA

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List of Individuals

Some on the list made requests to go to the Cape, whilst others were known to have been at the Cape


[Bold links are to Geni profiles; other links are to other biographical notes]

Ships names are in italics.

  • Jane Adams 30 - Henry Adams' family Bowker's Party 1820. - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.

Children

  • Mary Adams 14,
  • Jane Adams 14,
  • John Adams 13
  • Susannah Adams 10
  • William Adams 8
  • Thomas Adams. (Son of Thomas Adams Bailie's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • Rev James Adamson 1827
  • Anthony Alldridge 17 - 1824
  • Simon Amm Master Mariner, Party Leader 1821. Duke of Gloucester Amm's Party Wife. Elizabeth

Children

  • Jane Amm
  • Mary Amm
  • Philip Amm

  • William Amm. Mariner - 1821. Duke of Gloucester Amm's Party
  • Andrews 1821
  • Edward Arnold. Teacher - 1825
  • John Atherstone 1826
  • Patrick Bagley 31. Army Pensioner -1826. Wife Catherine 31.(Previously in Willson's Party 1820

Child

  • Mary Bagley 10
  • Harriett Biggs 14 -1826 - Shepherd's Party

  • Biggs Mary Biggs 16 - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • J Blackbeard - 1822
  • Robert Blair. Schoolmaster - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Abraham Borrodaile. Merchant - 1825
  • Bertram Bowker 12 son of Miles Bowker 1822
  • John Bowker 20 son of Miles Bowker 1822
  • Robert Brady. Carpenter - 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party
  • William Bridekirk 26. Compositor - 1822
  • Joseph Broadbent 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • Son - James broadbent
  • Samuel Broadbent. Minister - 1821
  • Frederick Brookes - 1825
  • Archibald Brown. Schoolmaster - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Phineas Buckley, 1827
  • James Burchell. Surgeon - 1821. Mrs
  • James Burling 19. 1826 - Shepherd's Party. (brother-in-law of James Rathbone Willson's Party 1820)
  • Sarah Burling 18. 1826 - Shepherd's Party ( sister-in-law of James Rathbone Willson's Party 1820)
  • T Cadogan. Merchant - 1822
  • Henry Callaghan - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Mary Connor, 1826
  • Thomas Damant 1826
  • Sarah Devenish, 1826
  • John Fell, 1820
  • Mary Gatehouse, 1822 husband of George Gatehouse Cock's Party 1820 and 4 children
  • Charles Campbell 49. Major-General, Party Leader1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party. Wife. Mary 19

Children

  • Lawrence Campbell
  • Harriet Campbell
  • Frederick Campbell 11
  • William Campbell 8
  • Edward Campbell 3
  • Catherine Campbell
  • John Campbell - son of Charles Campbell1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • J Carfrae. Merchant - 1822
  • William Carlisle. 1825. (Brother of John Carlisle Carlisle's Party 1820)
  • John Carroll - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Francis Cato 34. (Relative of James Howe) - 1826 - Hebe - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Jane

Children

  • George Cato 12
  • Joseph Cato 12
  • Henry Cato 4
  • Orlando cato 1
  • John Cato
  • Thomas Cato
  • Edward Cattell. Master Mariner - 1823
  • James Clark 3. Merchant - 1821 - Sappho - Russell's Party
  • James Collett 21 - 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party
  • William Collins - Mariner - 1823
  • Francis Collison 27. Wine Merchant - 1822
  • Henry Cooke- 1826 - Shepherd's Party (brother-in-law of James Mandy)
  • Thomas Couch. Mariner - 1821 - Duke of Gloucester - Amm's Party
  • Thomas Cowderoy 23. Army Captain - 1823 - Selina
  • Alexander Cowie. Surgeon - 1823 - Kerswill
  • Crowley family of Malachi Crowley (emigrated 1823) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife Ann 26

Children

  • Eliza Crowley 14
  • John Crowley 12
  • Catherine Crowley 6
  • Elizabeth Crowley 4
  • Crowley family of Humphrey Crowley (emigrated 1823) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Elizabeth 50

Children

  • Mary Crowley 12
  • Thomas Crowley 7
  • Humphrey Crowley - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Malachi Crowley - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Margaret Crowley 30 (daughter of Humphrey Crowley (emigrated 1923) -1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • William Cumming - 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party
  • W Cunningham - Master Mariner - 1823
  • John Davis - Minister - 1826
  • William Davis - Missionary - 1825
  • William Dawson - Schoolmaster - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Henry de Meillon. Royal Navy - 1823
  • Joseph Delahunt. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • William Dixon. 1824
  • Thomas Dobson 27 (son-in-law of Richard Pickstock Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife Mary 29

Child

  • John Dobson 1
  • Neil Dogherty. Tanner - 1822
  • William Dunn- Clerk - 1821
  • Roger Edwards. Lay Missionary -1823 - Wife. Mrs
  • Thomas Edwards - Lay Missionary - 1822
  • John Elliston - 1825
  • John Fairbairn 29. Schoolmaster - 1823
  • Fearon Fallows - 32. Astronomer - 1821. Sappho. Wife. Mary Anne Hervey
  • Francis Farewell 31. Lieutenant, Royal Navy - 1822
  • Daniel Farrell - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Samuel Field. Army Pensioner - 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • Timothy Field - 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • John Findlay. Merchant - 1822
  • E. Flaherty. Merchant - 1822
  • John Flyn. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Ann Forbes. (Mother of William Forbes Bailie's Party 1820 - 1821
  • Forbes family. (Family of William Forbes Bailie's Party 1820 - 1821 Wife. Mary. 27

Children

  • Alexander Forbes 5
  • Mary Forbes 5
  • Third Forbes child
  • Fourth Forbes child
  • William Foster - Missionary - 1826. Wife. Mrs.
  • Colin Fraser - Minister - 1822
  • John Freeland. Boatman - 1825
  • Joseph Funston. Mariner - 1821 - Duke of Gloucester - Amm's Party.
  • George Furby 52. (Cousin of Charles Croft* Sephtpn's Party 1820. 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Jane 52

Child Charlotte Furby.

  • George Furby 22. (son of George Furby) 1826 - Shepherd'sParty.
  • William Gadney - 1822
  • Ellen Garrett. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Maurice Garrett. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Gatehouse family. (Family of George Gatehouse - Cock's Party 1820). 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Mary 34

Children

  • Sarah Gatehouse 16
  • Francis Gatehouse 8
  • Third Gatehouse child.
  • Fourth Gatehouse child.
  • William Geary. Minister - 1822
  • George Gilbert 43. Architect - 1824
  • Nicholas Gillie. Schoolmaster -1822
  • John Grant. Army Pensioner - 1821
  • Benjamin Green. Clerk - 1822
  • Charles Green. Mariner -1822
  • E Green - 1824
  • George Greig 24, Printer - 1823
  • Sarah Grubb. 22. (Sister of James Grubb who was with Moodie's party in 1817). 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • Richard Haddy, Minister - 1826
  • H Hale - 1822
  • James Hallier - 1824
  • Robert Hamilton. Missionary - 1823
  • William Mathew Harries (nephew of Thomas Philipps Philipps' Party 1820) Wife. Anna Maria Bellairs

William Mathew Harries and his wife Anna Maria, youngest daughter of Abel Walford Bellairs of Haverfordwest - 1830 1820 Correspondence

  • Harrigan - 1823. Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Thomas Harris. Clerk - 1823. Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • W Harris. 1823. Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd {arty.
  • John Harrison. Mariner - 1825.
  • John Hartley. -1824
  • Michael Harty. - 1822
  • Thomas Heatlie. Merchant - 1824
  • Henry Henderson. Merchant - 1823
  • Richard Heurtley. Surgeon - 1824
  • Thomas Hodgson 35. Minister - 1821
  • James Howe - 1826
  • John Howe - 1823
  • Thomas Howison - 1825
  • Isaac Hughes 33. Blacksmith - 1823
  • Eve Humphreys. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • H Humphreys. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Richard Humphries 43. (relative of Henry Harper - Howard's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Ann

Children

  • Stephen 2
  • James 9
  • Joseph 6
  • Hugh Huntley. Merchant - 1821
  • Thomas Ireland. Minister - 1824
  • Nathaniel Isaacs. 1825. Wife Mary.
  • Hercules Jarvis 19 - 1822
  • Thomas Jarvis. Mariner. 1821 - Duke of Gloucester - Amm's Party.
  • George Jones 28. Coachman - 1824
  • Stephen Jones. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Thomas Jones (1813-1869) Apprenticed as a straw hat manufacturer on 5 April 1830. He arrived at the Cape in 1838 and became a merchant.
  • William Jones. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Patrick Keevy. 1824 . Wife Mrs Keevy

Children

  • First Keevy Child
  • Second Keevy Child
  • Third Keevy Child
  • Fourth Keevy Child
  • Fifth Keevy Child
  • Sixth Keevy Child
  • Ebenezer Kemp. Merchant - 1821
  • George Kemp . Merchant - 1821
  • Daniel Kennedy. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Eleanor Kidwell 30. (Sister of Alexander Kidwell Holder's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • James King. Mariner - 1821 - Duke of Gloucester Amm's Party.
  • James King. Lieutenant, Royal Navy - 1823
  • Thomas Kirk. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party
  • Thomas Leaky . 1823 - Barrosa Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Ann Leany 35. Wife of James Leany. - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • James Leany James - 1826
  • D Lewis.1826
  • Jenkin Lewis - 1824
  • John Lewis 14. Relative of D Lewis - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • William Lloyd. Mariner - 1825
  • Frederick Logier 25. Musician - 1826
  • James Lumsdale. 1825
  • Florence MaCarty 36. (Sister-in-law of Dennis Holland Mouncey's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • Patrick MacCarthy. 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • John MacIntosh 34. (Relative of James Devine Butler's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Jane 34

Child

  • Jane MacIntosh 1
  • Christopher MacKoy. Master Mariner - 1822. wife. Mrs. MacKoy.

Child

  • First MacKoy child.
  • Donald MacLaine. 1821. Wife Mary.
  • John Mahoney. Shoemaker - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • James Mandy - 1826
  • George Marsh. Merchant - 1822
  • Mary Marshall 32. (Wife of Henry Marshall Clark's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • John Maskell. Storeman - 1822
  • W Maskew - 1826
  • Crofts Mayer 47. (Brother-in-law of William Thackwray William Smith's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Catherine 50

Children

  • Grace Mayer 19
  • Joseph Mayer 18
  • Matilda Mayer 13
  • Frances Mayer 5
  • David Mayer 29. (Son of Mayer Crofts) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Francis Mayer 24. (Son of Mayer Crofts) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Hannah Mayer 23. (Daughter of Mayer Crofts) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Charles Maynard. Merchant - 1826
  • Henry Maynard. Merchant - 1822
  • John McKenny - 1823
  • John McLaren 36. Joiner - 1821 - Sappho - Russell's Party
  • John McLean 34. Turner - 1821 - Sappho - Russell's Party
  • Joseph William McMaster Arrived before 1827 from London
  • Elizabeth Mitchener 25. (Daughter of Robert Mitchener - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Robert Mitchener 47 (Cousin of Robert Pitt Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party Wife. Jane 44

Children

  • Jane Mitchener 20
  • Francis Mitchener 19
  • John Mitchener 11
  • James Mitchener 8
  • William Mitchener 21. (Son of Robert Mitchener) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Donald Moodie 1820 – Donald stopped at Cape Town on his way to Bombay, India, and decided to remain in South Africa; allocated some land, with his brother John, on the eastern frontier and tried his hand at farming.
  • John Monteath Merchant - 1822
  • Nathan Morris 40. (Son-in-law of Stephen Brown Cock's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Sarah 36

Children

  • Jane Morris 14
  • John Morris 6
  • Morrison - Missionary - 1821
  • Adam Mulhollan - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Ann Mulligan 42. (Sister of James Mandy) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party

Children

  • Elizabeth Mulligan 18
  • James Mulligan 16
  • Amelia Mulligan 14
  • Ann Mulligan 6
  • Andrew Murray 26. Minister - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Rochard Newton - 1826
  • Andrew Nicol - 1824
  • Hugh Niland 36. (Brother of James Niland) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • Son. Patrick Niland 12
  • James Niland - 1826
  • Thomas Norris. 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • Ellen O'Donell 22. (Neice of Patrick O'Donell) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Jane O'Donell 18. (Neice of Patrick O'Donell - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Patrick O'Donell - 1826
  • William Ogilvie. Merchant - 1825
  • Elizabeth Osbourn 34. (Sister of Alexander Kidwell Holder's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.

Children

  • Charles Osbourn 11
  • George Osbourn 9
  • Eliza Osbourn 7
  • John Osbourn 2
  • Benjamin Osler. (Son of Benjamin Osler Osler's Party 1820) - 1825
  • Thomas Pankhurst 30. (Brother of John Pankhurst Erith's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife Ann 28

Children

  • Ann Pankhurst 5
  • Thomas Pankhurst 3
  • Elizabeth Pankhurst 1
  • William Parkin 44. (Brother of John Parkin * Parkin's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party

Children

  • William Parkin 20
  • Charlotte Parkin 16
  • Sarah Parkin 14
  • Elizabeth Parkin 12
  • Isaac Parkin 11
  • John Parkin 10
  • Samuel Pask 20. (Cousin of Richard Eva Osler's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • John Paskin 41. (Brother-in-law of Daniel Roberts Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party Elizabeth 38
  • John Paskin. (Son of John Paskin) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Benjamin Philips - 1825
  • Charles Pillans 39. Merchant - 1823
  • John Pitt 23. (Son of William Pitt) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Sarah Pitt 22. (Daughter of William Pitt) [possibly daughter-in-law; as 23yrold John's wife was named Sarah too. Also see comment on 1 yr old John, below] - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • William Pitt 49. (Brother of Robert Pitt Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Mary 49

Children

  • Joseph Powell - 1824
  • George Prince. Merchant - 1822
  • William Pringle . (Brother of Thomas Pringle Pringle's Party 1820) - 1822. Wife. Mrs. Pringle
  • Son Robert Pringle
  • James Rattray. Schoolmaster - 1822 - Arethusa
  • William Reeves - Shoemaker - 1823 - Barrosa - Ingram's 2nd Party. Children
  • Thomas Reid 26. Lawyer - 1821 - Sappho - Russell's Party. Wife. Agnes 22
  • John Roberts. Clerk - 1821
  • J Robertson. Upholsterer - 1824
  • William Robertson 17. Teacher - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Adam Robson 29. Minister - 1823 - Nepes
  • John Roche. Shoemaker - 1823 - Barrosa Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Patrick Roche - 1823 - Barrosa Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Roe family. (Family of Robert Roe Gardner's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Hannah 40

Children

  • Mary Roe 16
  • Elizabeth Roe 11
  • James Rose-Innes. Schoolmaster - 1822 - Arethusa Wife. Margaret 22
  • Godfrey Saunders. Master Mariner - 1822
  • Jane Sayers 22. (Relative of John Hannan Ingram's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Sarah Sayers 26. (Relative of John Hannan Ingram's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • William Sheffield - 1825
  • William Shrewsbury. Minister - 1826. Wife Mrs. Shrewsbury
  • William Simpson. (Son of Thomas Simpson Cock's Party 1820) - 1824
  • John Skirrow. Civil Engineer - 1825
  • Sarah Slater 23. (Daughter of Thomas Slater Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Charles Smith - 1825
  • Kezia Starling 19. (Niece of Richard Newton) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • William Starling 18. (Nephew of Richard Newton) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Hannah Still. 1822 - Arethusa
  • Charles Stone 43. Merchant - 1822
  • Harry Sutherland. Minister - 1822
  • John Sweeney - 1823 - Barrosa Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • Samuel Taylor. Teacher - 1822 - Arethusa
  • Alexander Thompson. Merchant - 1823
  • Robert Thompson 30. Bricklayer - 1821 - Sappho - Russell's Party
  • William Thomson 26. Minister - 1821 - Sappho Wife. Frances

Children

  • First Thomson Child
  • Second Thomson Child
  • Third Thomson Child
  • Fourth Thomson Child
  • Fifth Thomson Child
  • William Threlfall 22. Minister - 1821
  • Thomas Thwaites. Brewer - 1824
  • William Tozer. Mariner. 1821 - Duke of Gloucester Amm's Party
  • George Upton - 1822
  • John Valentine . (Brother of Peter Valentine Calton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • Benjamin Verity 25. (Son of William Verity Cock's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party
  • James Wall - 1823 - Barrosa Ingram's 2nd Party.
  • William Watson 60. (Father of William Watson Parker's or Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Sarah 56
  • Charles Webber 54. Tailor - 1826
  • Samuel Webber 38. (Cousin of Thomas Young Wainwright's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Martha 30

Children Eliza Webber 13

  • Samuel Webber 9
  • Mary Webber 7
  • George Webber 5
  • Martha Webber 3
  • Samuel Weldon - 1825
  • William Wells 37. (Son-in-law of Richard Attwell Crause's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Mary 31

Children

  • William Wells 7
  • Robert Wells 5
  • Richard Wells 3
  • S Welsford. Shopkeeper - 1822
  • Matthew Westerbar. Boatman - 1822
  • J Whiston. Merchant - 1822
  • James Whitworth. Minister - 1824
  • Mrs. Whybone. 1821 - Salisbury - Charles Campbell's Party.
  • Son William Whybone.
  • Robert Wilde 21. Schoolmaster - 1823
  • Frederick Williams - 1824. Wife Sarah

Children

  • First Williams Child
  • Second Williams Child
  • John Willis. 1822
  • John Wilton. Mariner - 1821 - Duke of Gloucester - Amm's Party.
  • Elizabeth Wood 14. (Relative of Charles Hyman Hyman's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party.
  • Benjamin Wright -1823
  • Benjamin Peter Wright 26. Lay Missionary - 1822. Wife Margery 24.
  • William Wright. Minister - 1821
  • Charles Wyatt 45. (Brother of John Wyatt Dixon's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife. Frances 37

Children

  • William Wyatt 11
  • George Wyatt 9
  • James Wyatt 4
  • Mary Wyatt 4
  • John Wyatt 1
  • Henry Yarrington 30. (Cousin of William Shepherd Sephton's Party 1820) - 1826 - Shepherd's Party. Wife Charlotte 28.
  • Samuel Young. Minister - 1826.

Reference books

Pre - 1820 British Settlers in South Africa

Retired Soldiers who settled at the Cape 1818 - 1826

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