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John Bailie, SV/PROG

生日 (64)
出生地 at Sea on the "CARNARTIC", Angola
逝世 1852年7月29日 (64)
Durban, Natal, South Africa (By drowning in a sea rescue attempt of the "Hector")
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Thomas Cockburn BailieAnne Bailie之子
Amelia Bailie, SM/PROG的丈夫
Charles Theodore Bailie, b1; Archibald Hope Bailie, b2; Thomas Cockburn Bailie, b3; Rev. John Amelius Bailie, b4Isabella Bennet Bennett Bailie之父
Thomas Manborary BailieArchibald Hope Bailie的兄弟

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About John Bailie, SV/PROG

1820 Settler to South Africa. Leader of the Bailie Party which sailed on the "Chapman".

. John (Lt) BAILIE 1820 [04828] John 's occupation was a Civil Servant and Royal Naval Officer. John was born July 5, 1788 at at Sea on the "CARNARTIC", Angola. John and Amelia CRAUSE 1820 [05028] were married about 1807. [05517] John died July 29, 1852 of drowning in a sea rescue attempt of the "Hector" at St John's Church, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. ( http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SOUTH-AFRICA-EASTERN-CAPE/2010-02/1265213513)

John Bailie the 1820 Settler was the son of Col. Thomas Bailie and was born on the Carnatic at Angola 5th July 1788.

During the Frontier War of 1835 military operations were greatly handicapped for want of a sea-port on the coast. In order to establish a port, Lt. Bailie, at his own expense, surveyed the coast from Port Elizabeth to the Buffalo River and took a cargo of supplies in the Knysna Brig, and off loaded them at the mouth of the Buffalo River. On his recommendation East London was built there.

His son Charles was a member of the expedition into Tembuland and Pondoland in 1828 against the Fetcani. He was killed in the Sixth Frontier War,1835, and a memorial tablet has been erected at the spot where he fell, and the place is known as Bailie's Grave Post.

The son John became a missionary in Namaqualand.

The son Archibald died of wounds received in the Seventh Frontier War, 1846.

In 1848 Lt. Bailie established a trading station in Durban. In 1852 he surveyed the coast as far as Durban. Returning in his yacht Haidee, he observed the barque Hector in distress off the Natal coast. Boarding her with some of his men he endeavored to save her, but a storm arose and the Hector was wrecked. Some of the crew managed to escape in a boat which was smashed in the surf, but Lt. Bailie, who was then an old man, perished with the ship. On Signal Hill, East London, there is a memorial to Bailie, the founder of the town.

BAILIE, John. Head of a party and who played an important role in the establishment of East London on the Buffalo River, as a post, after making surveys of the coast and river mouths from Fort Frederick now Port Elizabeth, to the Buffalo River, East London.

SOURCE: The Settler named Jeremiah Goldswain by Pauline GOLDSWAIN

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John Bailie, SV/PROG的年谱

1788
1788年7月5日
Angola
1810
1810年8月19日
22岁
1812
1812年9月27日
24岁
Lambeth, Greater London, UK
1814
1814年3月26日
25岁
London Borough of Lambeth, Greater London, UK
1816
1816年1月16日
27岁
London, England
1821
1821年11月10日
33岁
Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1852
1852年7月29日
64岁
Durban, Natal, South Africa