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26651 Witnesses: Thos. SAYNOR and Matthew STRINGER Family (F21193)
26652 Witnesses: V. E. SMAILES, R. E. PURDON Family (F6527)
26653 witnesses: W E? ALDERSLADE, Richard AMM Family (F14367)
26654 Witnesses: W Taylor and MJ WHEELER. TPD 597/34 Family (F32437)
26655 Witnesses: W. A. RICHARDSON, A. TIMM Family (F7056)
26656 Witnesses: W. COCKCROFT, Isabella Illegible PURDON Family (F14546)
26657 Witnesses: Wal. C. PURDON, H. BROOKSHAW Family (F6392)
26658 Witnesses: Walter James HISCOCK, Ethel Sophia Bradfield TIMM Family (F6840)
26659 Witnesses: Walter Thomas TARR, Julia Hannah TARR Family (F12922)
26660 witnesses: WC Purdon, Ella W Bradfield Family (F6418)
26661 Witnesses: Willem FOXCROFT, Harriet FOXCROFT, John BRENT, Illegible WRIGHT Family (F2407)
26662 witnesses: William Dicks Nash, Sarah Jane Wilmot Family (F7259)
26663 Witnesses: William ELLIOTT, John RICHARDSON, Elizabeth TARR, James TARR Family (F14662)
26664 witnesses: William G Webb, Ada E Tarr Family (F6020)
26665 Witnesses: William James HARPER, Ellen RICHARDSON Family (F12972)
26666 witnesses: William Kidson, Frederick I'Ons, Ann I'Ons Kidson, Fenning Pratt (I44761)
26667 witnesses: William Saunders and Elizabeth Monke Family (F52402)
26668 Witnesses: Willie J. POULTON, Selina E. TIMM Family (F4226)
26669 Witnesses: Winifred Marion TIMM, Austin Harrison PURDON Family (F6507)
26670 witnesses: Wm Howard, Nab? Dougherty, John McHenry, Mary Legan? Family (F15566)
26671 witnesses; AF Bradfield, EM Cooper Family (F4813)
26672 witnesses; Joseph Gush, Richard Amm Family (F13790)
26673 Woltemade Linde, Ellen Magdalena (I101153)
26674 Woltemade 2nd Gate Smith, Ernest John (Joseph) (I101152)
26675 Won MC in both First and Second World War Featherstone, Cecil Rhodes M.C. (I58946)
26676 Won Military Cross in World War 1. He was a Major in the war. He won a Beit scholarship and went to Rhodes university. He then won a Rhodes scholarship and went to Exeter College at Oxford.
When war broke out he joined the Royal Field Artillery.He was seriously wounded in June
1918, and became disabled. 
Randall, Douglas Estment (I12551)
26677 Won Military Medal at Tobruk Gowar, Claverton James (I65206)
26678 Won the A.F.Cross in World War 2 during which he was a Lieut. pilot in the S.A.A.F. He was Mayor of Port Alfred and was a Justice of the peace.They lived on "Walsingham" in an 1820 Settler House he had inherited from his late father who in turn had inherited it from his father. Randall, Avro Gordon (I51070)
26679 Won the men's singles title and the mixed doubles tennis title at the Roma Allied Area Command.
Was decorated with MC during 1939-1945 war. 
Wellington, Lancelot Ralph (I68617)
26680 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kemp, Seugnet Lynita (I65784)
26681 word NG lidmaat, Graaff-Reinet 2.11.1835
ran a business in Kimberley with his son-in-law William Sheasby 
Brown, Luke 1820 Settler (I136292)
26682 Worked on the mines in Transvaal Molton, William Henry (I62678)
26683 Worked at Broken Hill, Zambia on Copper Mine. Killed in an air crash.
Cawood, Lionel Clarence (I60311)
26684 Worked at Fedmech in Vereeniging with Les Whittal. Whittal, Les - Marie (I46558)
26685 worked at the Standard Bank, Hillbrow Branch, Johannesburg in 1964 with Herbert Cromwell Lloyd Peck, Gordon Bruce (I79358)
26686 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lloyd, Herbert Cromwell (I79346)
26687 worked for de Beers mines Sterley, Walter Hebron (I116099)
26688 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bailey, Beryl Erica (I108235)
26689 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brown, Hugh (I108430)
26690 worked for SABC and BBC Purdon, Noreen Florence Hamilton (I98163)
26691 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whittal, Sarah Ann (I18059)
26692 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edwards, Colin Charles Cockcroft (I88341)
26693 World War 1 Long, Alfred Holfred (Alf) (I89125)
26694 World War 1 Howse, Roland Robert Parr (I100757)
26695 Wounded in a battle at Radda, Italy. His brother, Dennis, was killed during the same battle. Daniel, Herbert Clyde (I132636)
26696 Wounded in a terrorist attack in March 1993. His wife, Edith Essie Cloete was killed in the same attack. Age needs to be verified. His mother was only 12 when he was born. He married7 Edith Essie Cloete. Edith: She was killed in a terrorist attack in March, 1993. Her husband, Norman Mitchley survived the attack, but was wounded.
Daniels file has his birth as 11 Mar 1945, but most likely to be 1955. 
Mitchley, Norman (I37479)
26697 Wounded in action when Vehement lost to a mine. Explosion blasted him 400 yard into the air. Unfit to serve until oct 3. Court of enquiry found no blame attributatle to her captain Heenan, Commander Vernon Hammersley (I165163)
26698 Wounded in World War 1. Pike, Cecil John (I18359)
26699 Written by Sue Mackay .

National Archives, Kew, CO48/56, 133

43 Half Moon Street

Bishopsgate Without

21 June 1821


The person who takes the liberty of addressing you is the mother of a young man named Thomas JARMAN, who with his wife and child went to the Cape on board the Weymouth in COX's Party, Jan'y 1820, as one of the settlers.

He has written to me since his arrival at that place expressing himself highly satisfied with his situation, but at the same time requesting to be furnished with sundry articles as earthenware, culinary utensils, medicines and wearing apparel. I have accordingly filled a cask with such articles but have not been able to find any means of conveyance; no ship sailing direct for Algoa Bay. If I send it to Table Bay I fear the expense of conveying it to Algoa Bay will be more than he is able to pay.

It has occurred to my mind that it may be in your power to direct me as to the best mode of conveyance. Should you condescend to grant me any information on the subject it will be most gratefully received.

I am Sir with great respect

Your hbl serv't


PS I have rec'd three letters from my son expressive of his satisfaction. As contrary reports have been circulated any persons interested in the success of the colony are welcome to peruse my letter.

[Note from GOULBURN]

Acquaint him [sic] that we have no means of forwarding these articles & that the better course for her to pursue will be to ship them for the Cape and to apprize her son of their having been so sent when it is probable he may have the means of getting them conveyed to the new settlement. 
Jarman, Thomas 1820 Settler (I136015)

Leader of Charles CAMPBELL's Party

Married (1) Harriet FRASER 17 February 1786 in Edinburgh

Westminster Archives

Married (2) Elizabeth LANE in St. George's, Hanover Square, London
Charles Collins CAMPBELL Esq, Single Man, and Elizabeth LANE, Spr, both of this parish, the marriage of the said Charles Collins CAMPBELL with Harriet FRASER having been dissolved by Act of Parliament, were married in this church by Licence on 2 July 1799
Both signed
Witnesses: Donald CAMPBELL, Sam'l HAWKINS, J. CAMPBELL

The record of the divorce is held in the Parliamentary Archives. Private Act 39 George III c.103. Ref: HL/PO/PB/1/1799/39G3n238

See Internet Archive for "Major HOOK's defence to the Action of Criminal Conversation brought against him by Capt. Chas. CAMPBELL and tried at Westminster 26th February 1793." Letters written by Charles CAMPBELL are printed in the appendix and give some insights into his family and the reasons for the divorce. Major HOOK was Harriet's uncle.

The two eldest sons, Charles and Henry would have been born before the divorce, but the baptism of Sophia states that she was the fourth child of Charles and Elizabeth, so presumably Charles and Henry were technically illegitimate.

London Metropolitan Archives

Charles CAMPBELL son of Charles and Eliz. was baptised 11 December 1796 in St. Marylebone (born 28 November)

Baptism of Henry not found

Old Parish Register for Inverness, Scotland

December 12 1799
Major Charles CAMPBELL and his spouse Elizabeth Lane CAMPBELL had a child baptised by Bishop McPHARLANE called Ambrose George CAMPBELL, born the 17th November 1799
Major McSHASKILL and Mr. CAMPBELL, Witnesses

Old Parish Register for Barony, Glasgow, Scotland

Col. Chas. CAMPBELL and Eliz. CAMPBELL his spouse had their 5th child born 30th Sept, bapt, 27 Oct 1801, named Sophia.

Baptism of Elizabeth Susannah not found, but she is said to have been born in Scotland in 1802

Family Search

Lawrence CAMPBELL, son of Charles Collins and Elizabeth CAMPBELL, was baptised on 8 March 1804 in Workington, Cumberland

West Yorkshire Archive Service

Isabella, daughter of Colonel Charles Collins CAMPBELL, was baptised on 2 January 1806 in St. Peter's, Leeds (born 6 December 1805)
John, son of Charles CAMPBELL, Park Lane, was baptised on 4 January 1808 in St. Peter's, Leeds (born 4 December 1807)
Frederick, son of Colonel Charles CAMPBELL, St. James Street, was baptised on 5 November 1810 in St. Peter's, Leeds (born 29 October)

At some time after the birth of Frederick, Charles CAMPBELL went to Newfoundland, Canada. A note written on his letter of application to emigrate states that "He was upon the staff at Newfoundland and discontinued in the year 1816. Previous to his obtaining his present rank he was an inspecting field officer of a Recruiting District"

Married (3) Mary Harriet ANDREWS on 13 May 1816 in St.John's, Newfoundland.

London Metropolitan Archives

William, son of Charles and Mary Harriet CAMPBELL, Sloane Square, Major General in the Army, was baptised on 7 April 1817 in St. Luke's, Chelsea (born February 21st)
Edward Andrews, son of Charles and Mary Harriet CAMPBELL, Durham Place, Major General, was baptised on 11 March 1818 in St. Mary's, Lambeth
Harriet, daughter of Charles and Mary Harriet CAMPBELL, Durham Place, Major General, was baptised on 4 August 1819 in St. Mary's, Lambeth
Catherine, daughter of Charles and Mary Harriet CAMPBELL, Lambeth Terrace, Major General HMS, was baptised on 11 May 1821 in St.Mary's, Lambeth

Inventories of the Orphan Chamber
Cape Town Archives Repository, South Africa

20 May 1822

Inventory of the property, effects etc:a belonging to the estate of the late Major General Charles Collins Campbell. /Born in Scotland, died the 9:th day of May 1822 at 8 oclock A:M: / taken by the undersigned Field Cornet in the presence of the widow, and the undersigned witnesses at his place this 20:th day of May in the year of our Lord 1822

1) Charles Campbell, born November 28:th 1796 London all born by a former wife Mary Susannah
2) Henry Campbell, born November 14:th 1797 London
3) Ambrose George Campbell, born 17:th November 1799. Inverness
4) Elizabeth Susanah Campbell, October 16:th 1800. Inverness
5) Sophia Campbell born Sept:r 30:th 1801 Glasgow, married August 1821 to Mr Pennell in England
Mary Campbell, born February 14:th 1804 Dubling. Died 14:th February 1816 - unmarried
6) Laurence Campbell born February 7:th 1804 Norkington
7) Isabella Campbell, born December 5:th 1805. Leeds
8) John Campbell, born December 4:th 1807. Leeds
9) Frederick Campbell born October 29:th 1810. Leeds
10) William Campbell, February 21:st 1817 London
11) Edward Andrew Campbell Febr:y 6:th 1818. London
12) Hamish Campbell born July 10:th 1819. London
13) Catharine Campbell born April 9:th 1821. London 
Campbell, Major General Charles Collins 1820 Settler (I85285)

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