South African British Settlers - 1830 - 1900 inc. un-dated
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Ships and Passengers - Ships arriving or departing the port of Cape Town, South Africa
- Jesse Abraham Attree Emigrated from Sussex England about 1845 and settled in Wynberg, Cape, South Africa.
- William Fletcher (1789-1830) a Soldier. Died of a gunshot wound 26 Jan 1830 Cuylerville. 2nd husband of Maria Darvill, widow Harden, 1820 Settler.
- Percy Sydney Twentyman Jones 1849-1913
- Frederick Timpson l'Ons (85), - SA painter of the early life in the Eastern Cape, died in Grahamstown. He was born in Islington, Middlesex, England on 15 November 1802. and, accompanied by his wife, moved to the Cape Colony in 1834. His works portrayed life on the frontier and included portraits of the Khoikhoi and Africans as well as landscapes.
- Margaret Josephine Shaw1881-1936
Turner family emigrated from Wiltshire, England, around 1843:
- Alexander Turner, farm labourer, initially worked as a farm overseer on Hilton farm near Grahamstown, then moved to Komgha area
- Anna Maria Turner, wife, may have remarried a Browning
- Henry Turner, son, became a transport rider then bought farms at Russel Park and Wellingtongrove, near Middleton, Eastern Cape
- Mary Ann Turner, 1836 – 1875, daughter, married Richard Allwright, a builder, died at Shepherds rest farm, near Bracefield, Eastern Cape
- Alexander Turner, 1838 – 1873, son, died at Komgha
- Martha Turner, 1841 – 1881, daughter, married Charles Watson, lived on Shepherds rest farm, Bracefield