Cape Frontier Times 1852 3 July - September
6 July 1852
BIRTH June 30th 1852 at Somerset East, the wife of H.W. MARRIOTT Esq of a Son
13 July 1852
MARRIED at Storm Berg Spruit, division of Albert, on the 24th June 1852 by the Rev Mr Smails, Anthony Alexander O’REILLY Esq to Anna, second daughter of A. GILFILLAN Esq, JP for Albert.
20 July 1852
Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of James MEWETT of Fort Beaufort
All Persons claiming to be Creditors under this Estate are required to take notice that the undersigned has been duly elected to and confirmed in the appointment of Joint Trustees of the said Estate and that the Master has appointed the third Meeting to be held before the Resident Magistrate at his office in Graham’s Town on the 11th day of August 1852, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, for the proof of debts, for receiving the Trustee’s report, and also for the purpose of giving directions to the said Trustee as to the management of the said Estate.
And all Persons indebted to the said Estate are required to pay the same on or before the above period to Mr. F. LUCAS at the office of the Eastern Province Trust Company in Graham’s Town, or proceedings will be instituted against them.
BIRTH at Fort Peddie on the 16th inst, Mrs. James LONG of a Son.
27 July 1852
MARRIED by the Rev J. Laing at Lovedale on 14th July 1852, Charles BROWNLEE Esq to Frances, eldest daughter of Rev W.R. THOMSON.
Notice to Creditors and Debtors
In the Matter of the Estate of the late Thomas HEWSON of Graham’s Town, Gunmaker (deceased)
All persons having claims against or in respect of the abovementioned Estate are required to lodge the same for final settlement with, and all persons hereto indebted to pay their liabilities to, Mr. F. HEWSON, Hill-street, or to the first undersigned, High-street, Graham’s Town, within six weeks from the date of this notice.
Geo. GILBERT the Elder
Graham’s Town, 29th June 1852
Frontier Fire Insurance Company
Capital £25,000 in 2500 Shares on £10 each.
Hon R. GODLONTON Esq
Bankers: Frontier Bank
Applications for Shares will be received by any member of the Provisional Committee, or by the Undersigned, in the form at foot, till the 25th August
Colin T. CAMPBELL
Graham’s Town, July 7th 1852.
DIED at her residence in Hill-street, this morning, Mary, the wife of the late Mr. Thomas STYLE, aged 70.
July 27 1852.
DIED at Fort Peddie on the 18th inst, Durbec Stephens, youngest son of Mr. Wm. Mills EDYE Esq, Resident Magistrate for the District of Fort Peddie, aged 2 years and 4 months.
3 August 1852
In the Estate of the late Mr. William GRAY
To be Sold
All the interest of the late Mr. Gray in the Landed Property at Fort Beaufort
Formerly belonging to Mr. W. BERRY, viz
The Fort Beaufort Hotel
Now in the occupation of Mr. BERRY, and the spacious family residence adjoining, the whole being too well known to need further description.
Should no sale be effected by Private Contract, the deceased’s interest in the Property, being one half share, will be sold by Public Auction, of which further notice will be given.
For particulars apply to Mr. C.T. CAMPBELL, Notary Public, or to the Undersigned
BIRTH at Port Elizabeth on the 24th July 1852, Mrs. N. MEYER of a Daughter.
10 August 1852
BIRTH at Graham’s Town on Monday morning, the 9th August, Mrs. John CAMPBELL of a Son.
DIED at Church Place, Olifant’s Hoek, on Saturday the 31st July 1852, at midnight, Margaretha Rosina, the only Daughter of Hendrik and Johanna VAN ROOYEN, aged 11 months and 18 days.
17 August 1852
DIED at Graham’s Town on Wednesday the 11th August, Mr. A.G.L. TRUTER, aged 42 years and 7 months.
Graham’s Town, Aug 1852
7 September 1852
Notice to Creditors and Debtors
In the Estate of the late Andries George Ludwig TRUTER, of Graham’s Town
All Persons having claims against the above Estate are requested to file the same duly sworn to at the Office of Mr. E. HAW, Notary and Agent, High-street, and those indebted to the said Estate forthwith, to pay him the amounts of their respective Accounts.
J.E.B. TRUTER (born MACK)
14 September 1852
Died of Croup on the 10th inst, Willem Locke, aged 2 years and 4 months, youngest son of Mr. F. TUDHOPE, Teacher to the Government School, Graham’s Town.
28 September 1852
Kowie Rover, Albany, 20th Sept 1852
BIRTH, Mrs. W.F. COCK of a Son.