MANDY, John, 1820 Settler

National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 571

Lambeth Marsh

7 August 1819

Hon'd Sir,

Having a desire to avail myself of the offer made by His Majesty's Government (as detailed in the printed circular) to go as a settler to the Cape of Good Hope, I have taken the liberty of transmitting herewith the names, occupations, ages &c of the persons I wish to take with me and am in every other respect willing and prepared to conform to all the regulations mentioned in the same.

I am Honor'd Sir

Your most obed't humble serv't

John MANDY

Name and Description of the Person taking out the Settlers

John MANDY of the New Cut, Lambeth Marsh, carpenter

Names of the Settlers

Profession or Trade

Age

Names of the Women

Age

Male Children

Age

Female Children

Age

John MANDY

Carpenter

30

Ann

29

John/Stephen

6/4

Sarah

13

John BEACALL

Surgeon

33

Ann

31

George/Richard

6/2

Clarissa/Jessey

8/4

William BEACALL

Currier

27

Mary

29

Edwin

3

   

Richard GOWAR

Wheelwright

30

Mary

28

Edwin/Frederick

8/3

Mary

1

Daniel MALLETT

Straw Hat Maker

40

Hannah

33

   

Mary

13

Michael FITZGERALD

Farmer

30

Sarah

28

       

James FITZGERALD

Farmer

33

           

Joseph MANDY

Wheelwright

25

           

Samuel RANDALL

Farmer

42

           

Thornton MOORE

Turner

31

Elizabeth

30

Samuel

1mo

Eliz'th/Sarah/Ann

7/5/2

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 631

Lambeth Marsh

25th August 1819

The humble petition of John MANDY of Lambeth Marsh in the County of Surrey, carpenter

Humbly sheweth

That your petitioner being desirous of availing himself of his Majesty's Government to be allowed to settle at the Cape of Good Hope

That your petitioner is ready to conform himself to all the conditions upon which His Majesty's Government have offered to grant lands in the colony.

Your petitioner therefore humbly hopes his request will be granted and he will as in duty bound ever pray &c

John MANDY

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/44, 573

Lambeth Marsh

2 October 1819

Sir,

Peter FEAGAN one of the persons named in the enclosed lists is an out Pensioner of Chelsea Hospital at 6d per diem from the 68th Regiment of Foot and resides at No.2 Virginia Street Ratcliff Highbury

I am Sir your most obedient and very humble servant

John MANDY

Name and Description of the Person taking out the Settlers

John MANDY

New Cut, Lambeth Marsh

Carpenter

Aged 30

Mary his wife

Aged 29

John MANDY son aged 6

Stephen MANDY son aged 4

Names of Settlers

Profession or Trade

Age

Names of Women

Age

Male Children

Age

Female Children

Age

Joseph MANDY

Wheelwright

25

           

Richard GOWAR

Do.

30

Mary

28

Edwin/Frederick

8/3

Mary

1

Michael FITZGERALD

Farmer

30

Sarah

30

       

James FITZGERALD

Do.

33

           

Porteus SMITH

Do.

27

           

Thomas WILLIAMSON

Do

28

Ann*

30

       

Peter FAGAN

Do.

38

Mary

38

Rich'd/Thos/Peter/Wm

13/12/5/1

Mary/Eliz/Frances

11/9/7

             

Jane/Ann/Marg't

6/3/2

Thos. JOYCE

Smith & Tinman

39

Elizabeth

38

James/William/George

12/10/1

Elizabeth/Sarah

17/15

             

Mary/Hannah

7/4

James KING

Wheelwright

21

           

Thos. JOYCE

Bricklayer

19

           

[Transcriber's Note: According to The Settler Handbook, Thomas WILLIAMSON's wife was Sarah]

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