Mary Ann Corden (Pedlar)
|Also Known As:||"Pollard"|
|Death:||Died in Fort Beaufort, Amatole, Eastern Cape, South Africa|
Daughter of Henry Pedlar, Snr, SV/PROG and Elizabeth Pedlar, SM/PROG
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About Mary Ann Corden
1820 Settler Departed 7 Jan 1820 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Biggar's party on the Weymouth
"South Africa, Church of the Province of South Africa, Parish Registers, 1801-2004," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-23580-59395-37?cc=1468076&wc=MCM6-QWB:44975801,44975802,49887301,49891401 : accessed 12 Jul 2014), South Africa > Cape of Good Hope > Grahamstown, Bathurst, St John the Evangelist > Baptisms, marriages, burials 1829-1849 > image 35 of 108; citing William Cullen Library, Wits University, Johannesburg.
Henry Pedlar was brother to Mary Anne Pollard Pedlar and Elizabeth Pedlar. All 3 were 1820 Settlers who came out with their parents Henry J Pedlar and Elizabeth Pollard. Mary Anne married Rupert Corden, also a Settler. Rupert died in 1838 and there were no children. Elizabeth married Charles George Dyason and she died 1847 at the age of 30 leaving 3 small children who were 'watched over' by their favourite aunt, Mary Ann, who, although married again, never had children. The name Corden has passed down through the Pedlar line as a first or second name and, as one of those 3 children, Elizabeth Frances, married a Lloyd one branch to-date has a double barrelled surname of Corden-Lloyd.