Ann Tainton, SM/PROG

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About Ann Tainton, SM/PROG

1820 British Settlers

Ann Brooks 22, together with her husband Richard Tainton 24, Carpenter, were members of William Holder's Party of 39 Settlers on the Settler Ship Kennersley Castle.

Party originated from Gloucestershire.

Departed Bristol, 10 January 1820. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town - 29 March 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 29 April 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : New Bristol on the Bush


Ann Tainton born Brooks was born before the 8th December 1799 at Westbury on Trym, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. She was Christened at Holy Trinity Church, Westbury on Trym near Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.

She died in the home of her daughter Cheryth Vix, wife of Dr. Charles William Vix of Panmure, East London, Eastern Cape of Good Hope.

She was buried after the 13th November 1876 at Panmure Cemetery, East London, Albany, Eastern cape of Good Hope. There is no headstone surviving on the grave.

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Ann Tainton, SM/PROG's Timeline

December 8, 1799
Bristol, Bristol, England
November 12, 1820
Age 20
Bathurst, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
June 22, 1822
Age 22
Bathurst, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
August 7, 1824
Age 24
Port Alfred, Eastern Cape, South Africa
June 12, 1826
Age 26
Grahamstown, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
April 25, 1828
Age 28
December 19, 1829
Age 30
King William's Town, Amatole, Eastern Cape, South Africa
October 28, 1831
Age 31
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
October 12, 1835
Age 35
Transkei District, Eastern Cape, South Africa