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Henry (20)

Ship No 20

Captain Bunney, for Cape Town, left Portsmouth 10th January 1836, arrived Cape Town 22 March 1836. 30 males.

[Listed in this order - Apprentice, Master, in what capacity to Master]

Master South African List are marked ✔

  • Bridger, David - P.V. van der Byl, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Brown, George - J.W.J. Versfeld, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant ✔
  • Carroll, John - W. Proct or Drooge, Cape Valley, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Cooper, George - Lieut. Col. R. Thompson, R.E. as a house servant ✔
  • Crowther, Robert - Fred Duckett, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant ✔
  • Crowther, Robert - W. Proct or Drooge, Cape Valley, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Devine, John - H.A. Montgomery, Paarl, surgeon as a house servant. ✔
  • Donaughue, Thomas - J.H. Versfeld, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant. v
  • Foley, Daniel - P.V. van der Byl, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Francis, Charles - Jacob Watermeyer, Cape Town, grocer as a store servant. v
  • Freeman, Wm. - Jacob Watermeyer, Cape Town, grocer as a store servant. ✔
  • Green, Henry - Fred Duckett, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant ✔
  • Griffin, Francis - C.J. Greenwald, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Hemmings, T. E. - W .F. Versfeld, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Innis, William - Thomas Duthie, Knysna, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Lambert, David - Rev. Wm. Robertson, Swellendam, minister as a house servant. ✔
  • McCloud, James - Thomas Duthie, Knysna, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • McNaulty, William - J.W.J. Herman, Swellendam district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Morris, Samuel - P.V. van der Byl, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Newman, William - P.V. van der Byl, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Palmer, John - R.H. Myberg, Swellendam district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Palmer, Walter - R.H. Myberg, Swellendam district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Pratchett, Robert - C.J. Greenwald, Stellenbosch district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Short, John - R.H. Myberg, Swellendam district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Smith, Edward - W. Proct or Drooge, Cape Valley, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Smith, John Alfred - Wm. Duckett, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Sullivan, James - R.H. Myberg, Swellendam district, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Waddilove G - Rev.James Beck, Tygerberg, Cape Valley, minister as a house servant. ✔
  • Ward, James - P.L. Cloete, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant. ✔
  • Wilson, William - Wm. Duckett, Cape District, farmer as a farm servant. ✔

Source:- CFS 7th annual report, 1837.

Note:- The two Robert CROWTHERS in the above list are on the embarkation return reproduced in the original CFS annual report. Whether it is a mistake in the original report or whether there are really two Robert Crowthers is not known

Main 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.

Reference - http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SOUTH-AFRICA/2001-05/0990088547

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