Ann Webb Honey

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Ann Webb Honey

Birthdate: (39)
Birthplace: England
Death: January 4, 1853 (35-43)
South Africa
Place of Burial: Manley Flats, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jeremiah Honey, SV/PROG and Anne Honey, SM/PROG
Sister of Sarah King; Elizabeth Wentworth, SM; Jemima Elizabeth King; Cordelia Honey; Harriet Honey and 3 others

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About Ann Webb Honey

1820 British Settler

Jeremiah Honey 36, Farmer, together with his wife Ann Webb 30, and 5 children, were members of William Clark's Party of 88 Settlers on the Northampton.

Party originated from London.

Departed Portsmouth, 13 December 1819. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town on 26 March 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth on 30 April 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Collingham on the Botha's River, and at the Clay Pits - the location being named Collingham.

Children :

  • Sarah Honey 10.
  • Jemima Elizabeth Honey 8.
  • Ann Webb Honey 5,
  • Cordelia Honey 3 (died at sea),
  • Frances Harriet Honey (born at sea)


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Ann Webb Honey's Timeline

June 22, 1814
Charing, Kent, England
January 4, 1853
Age 39
South Africa
January 1853
Age 39
Manley Flats, Eastern Cape, South Africa