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Carl Albrecht Albrecht Haupt, SV/PROG

Also Known As: "Carel Albregt Haupt"
Birthdate: (80)
Birthplace: Berlin, Germany
Death: January 28, 1804 (80)
Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope
Immediate Family:

Son of NN and NN
Husband of Engela Christina Pfeil, b5 SM
Father of Daniel Petrus Haupt, b1; Johannes Jacobus Haupt, b2; Maria Engela Haupt, b3; Carel Boudewyn Haupt, b4; Theodora Hendrika Haupt, b6 SM and 2 others

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About Carl Albrecht Albrecht Haupt, SV/PROG

HAUPT CARL ALBRECHT (S). - Berlin. Corp. 1748, assistant 1749, secretary of Council of Policy 1753-59, bookkeeper since 1760. ~ 25.7.1756 Engela Christina Pfeil, d. of Daniel Pf. of Karlskrona. 7 children. + 18.1.1804 at the age of 80. (GMR 1748-89; G.R. nr. 164; Test. CJ 1178: 57; Test. O.C. 49: 63-64.) Haupt took part in the expedition of A.F. Beutler in 1752 (q.v.) to keep a journal.(the journal was published in circa 1896)

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August Frederik Beutler (c1728 Dinkelsbuhl - Cape Town) was an ensign in the employ of the Dutch East India Company who headed an epic 1752 reconnaissance expedition lasting 8 months from 29 February to November, eastward from Cape Town as far as the present-day site of Butterworth. Beutler wrote a comprehensive account of his pioneering expedition which was first published in 1896 by the historian George McCall Theal and in 1922 by the Dutch historian Everhardus Cornelis Godée Molsbergen (1875–1940). The mandate of the expedition was to report on the tribes living along the route, the possibility of trade and on anything else that might be profitable to the Dutch East India Company.

That Beutler's expedition was no lightweight affair, may be judged from his records. His diary lists two sergeants, four corporals, a drummer and 30 soldiers, a wagonmaster Pieter Clement, a surgeon Jan Hendrik van Ellewe, a botanist, a blacksmith, a wainwright, 11 wagons, and a boat for crossing impassable rivers. In addition Beutler was accompanied by the surveyor and cartographer, Carel David Wentzel, Hendrik Beneke, the naturalist, and Carel Albregt Haupt, the official diarist. On their journey they crossed the Great Fish River and following trails blazed by hunters and game, penetrated Xhosa country up to the Qora River.[1] He erected beacons denoting possession at St. Francis Bay and Algoa Bay in an effort to thwart suspected efforts by the French to colonise the coast. On 14 August, coming across Bushman paintings near present-day Cradock, Haupt wrote: "We noticed that in places here many pictures were found painted on the rocks, these being the work of the d'Gaua, who are called Little Chinese by our travellers. We went to a place about two hours from our camp to see these. Under the ridge of a kloof, in a kind of cave in which one could shelter from wind and rain, we saw pictures of wild horses, baboons and people in various positions, painted on the rocks in red, white and black. Some were rather well drawn, others not, the latter seeming to be the work of pupils

Arrived in South Africa in 1748 from Berlin, Germany as a Corporal.

Arrived in South Africa in 1748

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Carl Albrecht Albrecht Haupt, SV/PROG's Timeline

Berlin, Germany
September 16, 1725
Age 1
Age 34
June 13, 1761
Age 37
Cape, South Africa
July 24, 1762
Age 38
September 15, 1765
Age 41
September 28, 1766
Age 42
September 28, 1766
Age 42
April 16, 1768
Age 44