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About Frederick William Hiles, SV/PROG
1820 British Settlers
Frederick William Hiles 38, Sawyer and army pensioner, together with his wife Mary Hiles 35, and their 3 children, 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 River
- William Hiles 11
- George Hiles 9
- Ann Priscilla Hiles 6
Frederick William HILES who according to Nash was 38 years old when he arrived with the Settlers, I found that Morse Jones has his age at 54. A Frederick William dies on abt 29th or 30th August 1826 and is buried from St. George's Anglican Church on the 1st Sept 1826. His profession at that time is that of a school master. His wife Mary remarries on 19th January 1827 to William Howard a widower at St. George's Church. If memory serves me well, William Howard was also a schoolmaster and did a lot of the transcribing of church records as he was well educated and wrote well. [ Tessa King - 30/12/2006 ]
Source: Frederick William Hiles, 1820Settlers.com
Frederick William Hiles 38, sawyer and army pensioner with his wife Mary, 35 and children William 11, George 9, Ann 6
Source: M.D. Nash, The Settler's Handbook
FREDERICK WILLIAM HILES (born abt. 1782 (some reports say before 1 Sept 1765) in Gloucestershire (?), England and died before 1 Sept 1826 in Grahamstown, South Africa. Occupation: sawyer and army pensioner. Married Mary or Elizabeth - (born abt 1782 or 1785, England).
Source: "The South African Connection", "The Peat Diggers", Hiles, Hyles, Genealogy, "Family History"