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Charles Easton

Ship No 09

Departed

Master South African List are marked ✔

  • Andrews, George ✔ Master F Duckitt, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • Bales (Bates), Ellen * (b.1823) ✔ Master F A Reitz, Farmer as a servant
  • Bell, John * ✔ Master I C la Febre Moorries, clergyman as a servant
  • Bindon, Henry ✔ Master F Dickinson, Clerk of Peace as a servant
  • Bradford; George ✔ Master I A Munnik, farmer, as an agricultural servant
  • Brown, Thos. John ✔ T Harris, Captain in the army as a servant
  • Cameron, Ann ✔ Master F Dickinson, Clerk of Peace as a servant
  • Cameron, Rebecca ✔ Master Ester Rose, Schoolmistress as a servant
  • Chevill, Thomas ✔ Master C J Haylett, boatman as a boatman
  • Conway, Mary ✔ Master G Hodgskin, merchant as a servant
  • Cooper, John ✔ Master H A O Truter, baker as a baker
  • Crowther, David ✔ Master I S Merrington, notary as a servant
  • Davis, Evan ✔ Master P V Van der Byl, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • Dixon, Mary ✔ Master Edward Holt, tailor os a servant
  • Duffy, Sophia ✔ Master E Goodison, clergyman's widow as a servant
  • Field, Ann ✔ Master Henry Leatt, shoemaker as a servant
  • Giggins, Adam ✔ Master Wm. Collins, schoolmaster as a servant
  • Hall, Richard ✔ Master L H Meurant of Graham's Town, printer as a printer
  • Hoare, Thomas ✔ Master H A O Truter, baker as a baker
  • Jarman, Benjamin Master I G Cloete, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • Jon, Sarah ✔ Master Ester Rose, Schoolmistress as a servant
  • Ling, John ✔ Master D C Robinson, physician as a servant
  • Litchfield, Mary ✔ Master F G E Landsberg, shopkeeper as a servant
  • Long, Charles ✔ Sent on board H M S Trinculo as a seaman
  • Mitchinson, John ✔ Master D Williams, Shoemaker as a shoemaker
  • Mitchinson, Mary ✔ Master D Williams, shoemaker as a shoebinder
  • Moore, James ✔ Master John Findley, seaman as a boatman
  • Norjon, Mary ✔ Master R L Atlewell, baker as a servant
  • Pollard, Caroline ✔ Master Henry Hull, Gentleman as a servant
  • Rigg, Caroline ✔ Master Joseph Scrutton, Gentleman as a servant
  • Sawyer, James * ✔ Master P L Cloete, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • Searle, George ✔ Master D J Cloete, Clerk of Peace as a servant
  • Tarrant, John Thos. ✔ Master James Stone, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • Thomas, Catherine ✔ Master T Thedails, brewer as a servant
  • Thomas, Louisa ✔ Master D I Cloete, Clerk of Peace as a servant
  • Ward, Isaac ✔ Master P L Cloete, farmer as an agricultural servant
  • West, Sarah ✔ Master T Harris, Capt. in the army as a servant
  • White, Andrew ✔ Master A J Cloete, Town Major as a servant
  • Wicks, Mary ✔ Master W Wright, carpenter as a servant
  • Williams, Mary ✔ Master D G Foek, shopkeeper as a servant

Source - 5th annual report of the CFS.

Reference The Children's Friend Society - Juvenile Emigrants to Western Australia, South Africa and Canada 1834 - 1842 by Geoff Blackburn

Additional Reference The Children's Friend Society - Juvenile Emigrants to Western Australia, South Africa and Canada 1834 - 1842 by Geoff Blackburn. This book can be obtained from Access Press, P.O. Box 132, Northbridge, Western Australia.

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