16 August 2010
Saturday 1 April 1854
BIRTH: The wife of Mr. Wm. OPENSHAW of a daughter.
Gardens, March 31st 1854.
Thursday 6 April 1854
BIRTH at Green Point on Monday the 3rd April, Mrs. Benjamin DIXIE of a son.
Saturday 8 April 1854
BIRTH in Cape Town on the 5th instant, Mrs. H.C. VOGET of a son.
DIED at Swellendam on the 17th March, aged 13 months, James John, youngest son, and on the 5th April, aged 5 years and 3 months, Goert Van Reede, eldest and only remaining son of Goert Van Reede VAN OUDTSHOORN, Acting Civil Commissioner of Swellendam, of which painful bereavements notice is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
Tuesday 11 April 1854
DIED at Parke’s Hotel on Friday 7th April after a long and painful illness, Leah, only daughter of J.M. SOLOMON Esq, late of Adelaide, South Australia, aged 2 years and 10 months.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.L. Parisius VDM, April 10:
Julius Wilhelm ARZT to Miss Anna Catharina Wilhelmina DREVIEN.
In the New Dutch Reformed Church by the Rev Dr. Heyns, April 9:
A son of Mr. Coenraad H?. LUYT, baptised Johan Frederik.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.L. Parisius VDM, April 9:
A daughter of Mr. George Clement GIE, baptised Johanna Christina.
A daughter of Mr. Hendrik Cornelis Engela VAN NIEKERK, baptised Dorothea Margaretha Sophia.
A daughter of Mr. John Adam RORICH, baptised Wilhelmina Johanna Maria.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G. Morgan, April 9:
A son of Alex. McQUARRY (Corporal 73rd Regt) baptised John.
Thursday 20 April 1854
BIRTH at Fort Beaufort on the 1st April, Mrs. Abraham DE SMIDT of a son.
Friday 21 April 1854
(Graham’s Town Journal)
On Tuesday evening about 9 o’clock the extensive wagonmaker’s shop and smithy, belonging to Messrs POWELL of this place, were discovered to be on fire, and must have been smouldering for some time, as when first seen the fire was so extensively spread through the interior as to defy resistance. Even a horse in an attached stable could not be liberated, and after being shockingly scorched was shot in his stall, in order to terminate at once the poor animal’s torture. The usual alarm was given, and an immense concourse repaired to the spot, but without being able to afford any aid save the removal of some fencing and wagon materials which lay outside the building. Everything inside was totally consumed. His Excellency the Governor was on the spot, and also the military with a fore engine from Fort England, but no water was for some time to be had, and when obtained the supply was so small as to be nearly, if not entirely, useless. The military were most active - Col. PERCIVAL, 12th Regt, directing the men to remain on the spot so long as there was any appearance of danger. We regret to state that Messrs. POWELL were uninsured, and thus a crashing loss has fallen upon two of the most industrious and deserving of our community. No clue has been given as to the origin of this fire, but it is supposed it commenced in the wagonmaker’s shop, and that it must have smouldered there from the time of closing at dusk until it burst out furiously at the hour stated. The building being isolated and the night calm, no other injury was sustained, save a personal one by Mr. J. POWELL, who in his anxiety to rescue the horse and save what property he could, got rather severely, though we believe not dangerously, burned.
Saturday 22 April 1854
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, March 28:
Mr. William SIMS to Elizabeth SCHOLTZ.
By the Rev Robert A Currey MA, April 4:
Mr. Henry GILSTAIN to Miss Anna Helena COMBRINK.
By the same, April 10:
Mr. Thomas Pain BIDE, Master Mariner, to Miss Elizabeth M.E. CROMPTON.
By the Rev Geo. Meyler Squibb BA, April 11:
Mr. Henzell KING to Miss Margaret KETT.
By the Rev Robert A Currey MA, April 17:
Mr. John NICHOLAS to Mrs. Maria A.F. HAWSON.
Mr. John Quibell HUDSON to Miss Rosetta MARTISSEN.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.M.Kloek van Staveren VDM, April 20:
A daughter of Mr. Willem Adriaan WENTZEL Junr, baptised Maria Theresa Francisca.
Thursday 27 April 1854
DIED on the 22nd instant, after a long and painful illness, Emma, the beloved wife of Mr. Samuel SAVAGE, aged 39 years.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, April 24:
Mr. James SYMS to Miss Catherine BIRMINGHAM.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, March 22:
A son of Mr. Jacobus J.W. WALLENDORFF, baptised John Henry Nicholas.
A son of Mr. William JACOBS, baptised William John Michael Lute.
A daughter of Mr. Francis LEWIS, baptised Catherine Louisa.
By the Rev Edward Glover MA, March 26:
A daughter of John William MERALS, Native of Africa, baptised Elizabeth.
By the same, March 29:
A son of Mr. Ivor WILLIAMSON, baptised Ivor.
By the same, March 31:
A daughter of Mr. William Smith COULDREY, baptised Maria Louisa Eliza.
A daughter of Mr. Nicholas Francis SIMON, baptised Wilhelmina Clasina Theodora.
A daughter of Mr. Charles ADAMS, baptised Johanna Frances.
By the same, April 2:
A son of Mr. John Valentine CHAPMAN, baptised John.
A son of Mr. John MAUNDAR, baptised Daniel William Samuel.
By the same, April 7:
A son of Mr. Francis RENNIE, baptised James McGIBBON.
A son of Mr. John PETERS, baptised George Edward.
By the same, April 16:
A daughter of Mr. Jonathan WILSON, baptised Margaret Sophia.
A daughter of Mr. William MORRIS, baptised Fanny Maria.
A son of Mr. John SMITH, baptised Adolf Charles.
By the Rev John Quinn, April 18:
A son of Mr. Robert INGLESBY, baptised Joseph Storr.
By the Rev Robert A Currey MA, April 19:
A daughter of Mr. William PREBBLE, Engineer R.M.St. Natal, baptised Anne Sarah Baker.
A son of Mr. John GRIFFITHS, baptised Charles William.
By the Rev Edward Glover MA, April 21:
A daughter of the late Mr. James ALEXANDER, baptised Sarah Margaret.
A daughter of Mr. John Henry RICHTER, baptised Aletta Elizabeth Charlotte.
A son of Mr. William CURTIS, baptised Richard John.
March 21: William, son of Mr. William COLE, aged 16 months.
March 21: Sarah Agnes, daughter of Mr. George MILES, aged 8 months.
March 26: Mr. Stephen GLOVER, late baker on board the Lady Jocelyn Steam Ship, aged 33 years.
April 5: Anny WILLIAMS, aged 22 years.
April 5: Thomas KAVANAGH, Seaman, aged 39 years.
April 12: Catherine WINDEBANK, aged 10 months.
April 18: Mrs. Rozina FORBES, wife of Mr. Thomas FORBES, aged 29 years.
April 20: Mr. William LORD, aged 30 years.
April 22: Mrs. Emma SAVAGE, wife of Mr. Samuel SAVAGE, aged 39 years.
April 23: Mr. Joseph BLOCKLEY, aged 33 years.
Saturday 29 April 1854
DIED at Wynberg last night, Agnes Annette, aged 2 months and 5 days, the infant daughter of W.E. TR??BECK [name partially rubbed away] Esq of the Royal Navy,
April 28th 1854.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, April 26:
A son of Mr. Benjamin DIXIE, baptised William Benjamin.
A son of Mr. James Solomon BROWN, baptised Edward William.
A daughter of Mr. George BARNES, baptised Elizabeth Mary.
April 26: Henry WILLIAMS, Seaman, aged 33 years.
Tuesday 2 May 1854
MARRIED on the 17th January 1854 at St.George’s Church, Camberwell by the Rev Christopher Brown MA, Incumbent of St.Mary’s, Southwark, the Rev George Mead GIBBS BA, Curate of the latter, to Elizabeth Jane TATLOCK, eldest daughter of William Tree TATLOCK Esq of Peckham Lodge, Peckham, and niece of Mr. G.B. HEWSON of this City.
Tuesday 9 May 1854
MARRIED on the 5th May 1854 in St.John’s Church Wynberg by the Rev Mr Thomas, Major H.A. SHUCKBURGH, of the Bengal Army, to Catherine Dorothy, eldest daughter of Daniel J. CLOETE Esq, High Sheriff of the Colony.
DIED on the 13th February last in Luneberg, Hanover, Lieutenant-Colonel C. SCHRADER, Brother-in-Law to Dr. J. WEHR.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, May 1:
Mr. Edmund SALMON to Miss Antoinette Alletta DIELMAN.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, May 7:
A daughter of Cholmeley MORRIS Esq, baptised Ellen.
A daughter of Mr. Andrew CUTTER, baptised Anna Christina.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, May 8:
A daughter of Mr. S. SERRURIER, baptised Frances Christina Magdalena.
Thursday 11 May 1854
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, May 10:
Johan JOHANSON to Margaretha Henrietta RANDIESS
Saturday 13 May 1854
MARRIED by the Rev R Birt at the Mission Station ‘Peelton’, British Kaffraria, Mr. J. ROSE INNES to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late James F. FLEISCHER Esq.
11th April 1854
CHRISTENING at Zuurberg on the 2nd May by the Rev T. Paine, Somerset East, Edward Gripper, son of Mr. W. COLEMAN.
DIED at Simon’s Town on the 26th April, Esther Maria, beloved wife of Mr. Hendrick Nicholas BRANEFELT, aged 36 years and 4 months, deeply regretted.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, May 10:
A daughter of Mr. William Sutherland TAYLOR, baptised Emily Hannah Eleanor.
Tuesday 16 May 1854
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, May 15:
Mr. Mark Anthony GLYNN to Miss Mary FRANKS.
Mr. Joseph GLOVER to Miss Geertruida Elizabeth BINKINS.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.M. Kloek Van Staveren VDM, May 14:
A daughter of Carel Dawet COSKY, baptised Aletha Johanna.
May 13: Wilhelm P. JANSEN, aged 65 years.
May 14: Mr. Edward BUTLER, aged 37 years.
May 15: James William WRIGHT, aged 19 years and 11 months.
Thursday 18 May 1854
DIED on Sunday morning, the 7th instant, at the Residence of Dr. DREYER in George Town, aged 13 years 7 months and 11 days, Henrietta Elizabeth, only daughter of William SOUTHEY Esq, District of Graaff-Reinet.
In the Martin’s Lutheran Church by the Rev G.W. Stegmann VDM, May 14:
A daughter pf Philip Dominicus MORGENROOD Esq, baptised Louisa Maria Wilhelmina.
A son of Mr. Johan Fredrik George BROEKMANN, baptised Hendrik Johannes.
May 5: Mrs. Christina Justina RIGERT, wife of Carel Fredrik REINHARDT Esq, aged 62 years.
Tuesday 23 May 1854
In St.George’s Cathedral in the City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, May 22:
Mr. John STANLEY to Miss Johanna Elizabeth JANTZEN.
Mr. Marthinus JERFS to Miss Catharina M.W. KEET.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, May 19:
A son of Mr. James Allan Ralph BULL, baptised James John.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G. Morgan, May 22:
A daughter of Mr. John FORBES, baptised Mary Ann Catherine.
May 18: Harriet Isabella, daughter of Mr. Alfred CLUNEY, aged 9 months.
May 20: William, son of Mr. William SHANNON, aged 25 days.
Thursday 25 May 1854
BIRTH on the 21st May, Mrs. N. STENHOUSE of a son.
Saturday 27 May 1854
DIED at Rondebosch on Thursday morning, the 25th instant, Caroline, the beloved wife of Mr. W. St.George ROGERS.
May 22 by Special Licence, Milt VAN SCHOOR to Anna Marthina MULLER.
May 23: John Slater ATKINS to Jane FAIRFIELD, widow of the late Richard USHER.
May 17: Mrs. Maria Hendrina RAUCH, widow of the late Mr. Johan MEYER, aged 77 years.
May 25: Mrs. Caroline ROGERS, aged 29 years.
At the Paarl on the 16th inst, Mrs KNOOP, aged 28? years
At Fort Beaufort on the 14th inst, Mrs, J. DOLD, aged 93 years, wife of Mr. Mathew DOLD, one of the original settlers of Wilson’s party, Lower Albany.
At Graham’s Town on the 7th inst, Mrs. Elizabeth HAYHURST, relict of the late Francis BLACKBEARD, aged [number obscured in fold] years, one of the British Settlers of 1820.
[age liable to be 60, according to Settler Handbook]
At Queen’s Town on the 11th inst, Mr. Thomas WEBSTER Sen. “The deceased” the Journal states “was one of the British Settlers of 1820 – and approved himself to be one of the most enterprising men who came into this country at that period. He has bequeathed to it a family of ten sons, several of whom have stood foremost amongst the staunchest defenders of the Frontier. His death was sudden and unexpected. Five days previous he was in the enjoyment apparently of good health – but was attacked with an affection of the bowels, producing inflammation which terminated fatally. He has left a widow, a numerous family, and a large circle of friends to deplore his death. His funeral was attended by the Civil Commissioner (acting as Pall-bearer) and by a large number of inhabitants”
Tuesday 30 May 1854
BIRTH at Sea Point, Mrs. F.S. WATERMEYER of a daughter.
May 29th 1854.
(Eastern Province Herald)
Among the numerous towns and villages established within the last five years, there is not one whose progress has been so rapid and surprising as that of Queen’s Town. It numbers about 150 houses, some very well built. Somerset, although a much older place, cannot boast of many more houses – its situation for trade could not be better. The town is laid out on the Kommane River, and is bounded on the north by the Albert Division – south by the Kat Berg – East by the Amatolas and Thomas River – and west by the Cradock Division, cutting off some of the best parts of the latter division. The farms in the districts of Cradock and Somerset, although good grazing country, are not equal to the farms in the Queen’s Town division for sheep and agricultural purposes; a fact established by the number of sheep-farmers flocking from these districts, especially from the Baviaan’s River, one of the best parts of the Somerset district – the pasturage is more like that of the Sovereignty – the country between the Zuurberg and Golding’s Farm, the “Morning Star”, the first farm in the Queen’s Town division, is entirely a Karoo Velt, very uninteresting and disagreeable to travel through. But, immediately after leaving Golding’s Farm, the country bears quite a different aspect. It is very sweet and luxuriant grassy looking country, interspersed with beautiful mimosa thorn which add very much to its beauty – the grass in many parts, indeed nearly the whole of this division, stands from 2 to 3 feet high, and looks at a short distance like a crop of waving wheat, the country is not so cold as generally reported to be, it is much better sheltered than the Albert district. The surrounding mountains and high mimosa thorns afford capital shelter and pasturage to stock in winter. There are now about 300 farms occupied by the best men from all parts of the country, the BOWERs, BOWKERs, PRINGLEs, SCOTT, STEWART, BERTRAM, PULLEN, and a great many others well-known in the late war being among the number. They are mostly sheep-farmers, some few are likely to turn their attention chiefly to agriculture. This is another respect in which the division is so much superior to most other districts. Most of the farmers can irrigate to a considerable extent, one farmer on the Univani last season from four buckets of yellow Bengal corn realised 35 muids clean wheat, this is owing to the fact of the crops not being liable to rust, in consequence of the frosts which are occasionally experienced towards the fall of winter. The increase is said to be very great in the sheep, but they are not liable to the geelziekte, a disease which sweeps away hundreds in the Karoo veld. If we may judge from the number of bales lying about the stores of the shopkeepers, it appears to be brought in that market in considerable quantities, the farmers having the advantage for getting up their wool in a proper manner, as most fine farms are watered by rivers and strong permanent streams. Some of these are particularly well adapted for washing sheep. This division bids fair to become on of the principal wool growing districts in the colony, as the farmers have very little to fear from the Native Tribes on the border, the farms are divided in such a manner as to bring to homesteads close together. So that in case of an outbreak some 60 or 70 men could muster at any given point in any one of the respective field-cornetcies within an hour, as the country is very open, the enemy would find it very difficult to make away with sheep. There is no doubt that the farmers owing to the Natives of the country, and the manner in which they are located, will be able to protect their flocks. A grand muster is to take place on the 24th, when it is expected that 1,000 efficient men will be present, the exact strength is not at present ascertained, but it is quoted when all the farms are occupied that at least 1,500 men capable of bearing arms could be mustered together in a short time – the country is at present in a very peaceable condition, and the most perfect good feeling existing among all parties, everything appears to go on smoothly, with the exception of an occasional dispute with the grantees and one of the Surveyors. A great deal of praise is due to the Resident Magistrate, Mr. SHEAPSTONE, and the Commandant of the Rural Police, Mr. GRIFFITHS. The division may well congratulate itself in having two such men appointed to their division, while the former was ever disposed tp promote by his influence and experience the interests of the division, the latter is to be found zealous and alive in his duties. The Rural Police have been of infinite service to this division, and it is hoped after the meeting of parliament that this force will be considerably augmented.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, May 28:
Christian VENTURA to Louisa LEROUX.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, May 29:
Peter WILSON to Martha WILLIAMS.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover, May 24:
A daughter of Henry HEWITT Esquire, baptised Edith Constance.
A daughter of Edward HALL Esquire, baptised Maria.
By the same, May 26:
A son of Mr. Samuel AUBREY, baptised Claude Robert.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G. Morgan, may 28:
A daughter of Mr. J. CAIRNCROSS, baptised Matilda Charlotte.
A daughter of Mr. J.M. HOETS, baptised Arabella Maria.
A daughter of Mr. J. MELVILLE, baptised Rachel Margaret.
May 22: Rosa THOMPSON, wife of William THOMPSON, Native of Africa, aged 22 years.
May 23: Michael Angelo Camilleri, son of Mr. Thomas CLEMENTSON, aged 13 months.
May 25: Mrs. Mary Ann GRIFFITHS, wife of Mr. James GRIFFITHS, aged 40 years.
May 25: Mrs. Caroline ROGERS, wife of Mr. William St.George ROGERS, aged 29 years and 4 months.
May 25: Johanna Maria Caroline, daughter of Mr. R.C. VAWSER, aged 3 months and 9 days.
May 25: John BAMBERGER, aged 77 years.
Thursday 1 June 1854
DIED at Graaff-Reinet on the 22nd instant, at the Residence of her Brother, Dr. MAASDORP, Miss Margretha Aletta, third daughter of the late G.N. MAASDORP Esq.
Cape Town, 30th May 1854.
Saturday 3 June 1854
BIRTH on the 2nd June, Mrs. WAGNER of a daughter.
Mr. A. BREDELL, having for some time past assisted, and now succeeded, the late Mr. J.G. REICH, in all the branches of his well-known business, solicits the continued favour of Mr. REICH’s customers, as well as of the Public, hoping to give every satisfaction, by prompt and good Workmanship, in making, repairing and tuning Pianofortes, Organs, Violins, Guitars and other Musical Instruments.
Long-street, second door from Wale-street
Next to Mr. VILLET, Naturalist, Cape Town.
Mr. G. HEISE, in his capacity as Executor in the Estate of the late J.G. REICH, hereby calls upon all Persons having given their Instruments for repairs or otherwise to the above deceased, to call for the same within six weeks of this date, as otherwise they will be disposed of to defray the expenses.
Cape Town, May 26th 1854.
THE WYNBERG FESTIVAL
On the 24th May the loyal inhabitants of Wynberg, with a large accession of holiday makers from the town, assembled to celebrate the Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen. Some well-contested races took place, and the sports were varied with the popular entertainments of “greasy pole”, “sack racing”, “bobbing for oranges” &c – the day’s amusements concluding with a brilliant display of fireworks. On Monday last the sports were continued. Vehicles of all descriptions again thronged the Hill, and thousands of persons from the highest public official to the humblest “nigger” were to be seen, with smiling and happy countenances, enjoying the various well-chosen amusements. It must have been highly gratifying to His Honor, who was present on both days, as well as to the subscribers generally, to have witnessed the peaceable and decorous conduct of the multitudes assembled on each occasion. To the zeal and activity of the stewards great praise was everywhere accorded; and the enjoyments of the day were in no small degree heightened by the animating strains poured forth by the splendid band of the 73rd, which, by the kind permission of Colonel PINCKNEY and Capt. PETO, was in attendance on both days, and remained on Monday until after the fireworks ceased, when “God Save the Queen” cheered the hearts of Her Majesty’s subjects, and was responded to with loud, long and continued cheering for her health and happiness.
(By Special Licence)
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, June 1:
Franklyn LUSHINGTON Esquire of the H.C. Madras Civil Service to Miss Johanna Magdalena CHIAPPINI.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 2:
A son of Mr. Charles ROSS, baptised George Charles Fraser.
A daughter of Mr. George HONEYBUN, baptised Elizabeth Mary.
A daughter of Mr. John Christian NEEZER, baptised Elizabeth Johanna Cornelia.
May 30: Mary KOMOMBO, Native of Africa, aged 28 years.
Tuesday 6 June 1854
MARRIED by Special Licence on Tuesday the 22nd May by the Rev Mr Currey MA, Mr. John Slater ATKINS to Mrs. Jane USHER, widow of the late Mr. Richard USHER of Wynberg.
(By Special Licence)
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 3:
Richard BAKER Esquire to Miss Hendrika HELLET.
Thursday 8 June 1854
MARRIED on the 6th June 1854 at Wesley Chapel, Rondebosch by the Reverend Wm. Moister, Mr. Cyrus James MARTIN to Elizabeth Anna MORRIS, Widow.
Tuesday 13 June 1854
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church by the Rev J.M. Kloek Van Staveren VDM, June 11:
A son of Mr. Dirk Jacobus Johannes ZIERVOGEL, baptised Pieter Benedictus.
Thursday 15 June 1854
It has pleased the Almighty to take unto Him, yesterday, Henrietta Wilhelmina, of which notice is hereby given to relatives and friends, in this colony as well as elsewhere; and we take this opportunity of thanking the inhabitants of this place, in general, for the hearty assistance and sympathy shown to us, during the long and painful sufferings of our beloved youngest child.
Mossel Bay, 8th June 1854.
Saturday 17 June 1854
DIED at the Hermitage, Wynberg on Wednesday June 14th, at 9 o’clock am, the Rev Holt OKES DD, late Chaplain of Wynberg, having just completed his 77th year.
“I am the Resurrection and the Life, saith the Lord: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth, and believeth in me, shall never die.”
St.John xi 25-26
In the Dutch Reformed Church, June 11:
A son of Mr. Diederick Christoffel LESAR, baptised William Henry.
A son of Mr. Marthinus JERFS, baptised Marthinus Henrik Keet.
A daughter of Mr. Mauritz Johannes EYSSEN, baptised Francina Petronella Hendrina.
At the Paarl, June 7:
Mr. Carel Christian DE VILLIERS, aged 42 years.
At Stickland, June 12:
Miss Charlotte Johanna MABILLE, daughter of the late Francis MABILLE Esq, aged 38 years.
At the Wesleyan Mission House, Graham’s Town, on Tuesday June 6th, Ann, the wife of Rev Wm. SHAW, General Superintendent Wesleyan Mission, aged 65 years.
At Cradock Place on Tuesday 5th June, Mrs. Maria Arabella Centlivres PHILLIPS, aged 27 years, wife of Robert PHILLIPS Esq and eldest daughter of J.C. CHASE Esq, Civil Commissioner of Uitenhage.
At Queen’s Town on the 30th May, of consumption, after an illness of two years, Elizabeth Edwards, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John and mary Ann McMASTER, aged 14 years and 6 months. She died in the faith of her Saviour, and deeply regretted by all who knew her.
At Port Elizabeth, June 8:
Mr. Thomas STERLEY, aged 53 years.
Tuesday 20 June 1854
DIED on the 14th March at No.22 Endsleigh Street, Tavistock Square, London, Janet, the wife of Thomas SUTHERLAND Esq.
Cape Town, 17th June 1854.
In St.George’s cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 19:
Mr. William GILPIN to Miss Caroline Sophia DANIELS
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Robert A Currey MA, June 14
A son of Mr. Thomas SMITH, baptised John George.
By the same, June 16:
A daughter of Mr. John RIDGEWAY, baptised Gertrude Jacoba.
By the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 18:
A son of Mr. George KEELER, baptised Charles Thomas.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, June 18:
A daughter of Mr. John LOWRIE, baptised Amelia Frances.
June 10: Julia Christina DELORNE, aged 27 years.
June 14: Charles, son of Mr. William PEAD, aged 3 months.
June 16: Thomas, son of Mr. James GRIFFITHS, aged 5 weeks.
Friday 23 June 1854
(By Special Licence)
In the Martin’s Lutheran Church by the Rev G.W. Stegmann VDM, June 20:
Mr. Johan Diederik Christoph JANKOWITZ to Miss Christina Elizabeth REINHARDT.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 20:
Mr. John Seldon BATE to Mrs. Sarah Jane ALDRIDGE.
In St.George’s Cathedral in this City by the Rev Edward Glover MA, June 21:
A son of Mr. Thomas SEDERSTROM, baptised Richard Henry William Fell.
May 30: Mr. William Henry P. BURNETT, aged 23 years 10 months and 8 days.
June 20: Mr. John MAKER, aged 75 years and 3 months.
Tuesday 27 June 1854
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, June 26:
Mr. James WATT to Miss Susan RAINER.
In St.Andrew’s Church by the Rev G Morgan, June 25:
A son of Mr. G.A. MELLE, baptised James Abercrombie Gordon.
Thursday 29 June 1854
DIED at Hanau, near Frankfort on the Main, on the 26th March last, at the age of 73 years, Catherine Louisa, relict of Andre Etienne AMYOT Esquire, formerly of Cape Town.
Cape Town, 21st June 1854.
DIED on Monday morning the 19th June, at half past five o’clock, Gerald Joseph Peter, at the age of 13 years and 15 days, eldest son of Mr. John BEGLEY.
Cape Town, 27th June 1854.