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Ship No 17
Departed for Cape Town on 17 December 1834, arrived Cape Town 15 March 1835
[Listed in this order - Apprentice, Master, in what capacity to Master]
Master South African List are marked ✔
- Brooks, Susan J Jackson, H.E.I.C.C.S. , Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Burgess Jane Daniel Kennedy, Clerk, Cape Town as a House Servant App to 1) Kennedy 2) Capt R. Stanford, Kleinriviersvallei, Caledon ✔
- Friers, Hannah W. Cairneross, Baker, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Harris, Alice R. Baker, Shopkeeper, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Horne, Elizabeth Capt. William Shaw, H.C.S. as a House Servant ✔
- Kirk, Rebecca P. Anderson , Storekeeper , Simon's Town as a House Servant ✔
- Lee Catherine Thos. Ansdell , Merchant, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Long, Emma C.J.T. Van der Kemp, Schoolmaster, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Long, Henry Warren C.J.T. Vander Kemp, Schoolmaster, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Morris, Caroline W. Collins, Schoolmaster , Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Pinner, Mary Ann Hon. I.G. Brink, Treasurer and Accountant-General, Cape Town as a House Servant ✔
- Stevens, Henry - On Master List only - now included in this Ship's list
Source :- CFS 6th annual report, 1836.
Note:- The embarkation return shows that two boys and fifteen girls came out on the "Henry ". The list above contains the name s of 1 boy and 10 girls . The names of the other boy and five girls are not known. They may have been Mrs Giana's children . Presumably they weren't apprenticed at the time the return was made and hence were omitted from the list.
Main Reference The Children's Friend Society - Juvenile Emigrants to Western Australia, South Africa and Canada 1834 - 1842 by Geoff Blackburn. This book can be obtained from Access Press, P.O. Box 132, Northbridge, Western Australia.
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