Grahamstown Journal 1832 - 1 - January to June
Friday 6 January 1832
J.H. SMITH begs to inform the Inhabitants of Graham’s Town and its vicinity that he has taken out a wholesale Spirit Licence, and has at present for sale good old Cape Brandy, Madeira, Bottled Ale and Porter, a few hogsheads of Letterstedt’s superior Pale Ale and that he will shortly receive a quantity of Foreign Wines and Spirits, which, together with the above, will be sold at a very reduced price.
J. JUBBER respectfully informs the Inhabitants of Graham’s Town and its vicinity that he has taken the premises lately occupied by Mr. F. LEE, on Settlers’ Hill, at which place he is carrying on his business of a Butcher, where the public may depend upon being supplied with Meat of the best quality, upon reasonable terms, and sent to order. J.J. hopes by his endeavours to ensure the approbation of those who will favour him with their custom. It is also intended to connect with the above the Tripe Business, in its various branches.
In the English Church, Graham’s Town, Sunday January 1st 1832 by the Rev W. Carlisle:
A son of Mr. Joseph GOODE, baptised Michael Macnamara.
On Thursday June 5
Mr. Richard CALVERLY to Harriet WHEELER
Friday 13 January 1832
MARRIED at Uitenhage by the Rev A. Smith VDM, on the 2nd January 1832, Ernst Fredrik Schrader GIE Esq to Miss Susanna Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Ignatius MULLER of Uitenhage Town.
In the English Church, Port Elizabeth, on Sunday Jan 1 1832 by the Rev F. McCleland AB, Colonial Chaplain:
A son of Jonathan CROOKS baptised Henry
Received into the church, same day,
A son of ditto, named William James
In the English Church, Graham’s Town on Sunday Jan 8 1832 by the Rev W. Carlisle:
A son of Mr. J.H. DIXON, baptised John Boardman.
On Monday January 9
Mr. Andries DE LANGE to Maria Elizabeth HARTSENBERG
Friday 20 January 1832
In the English Church, Graham’s Town by the Rev W Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain:
On Monday January 16, Mr. J.R. PAINTER to Miss Martha URRY.
Jan 12: An infant son of Mr. James McMASTER
Jan 15: Mr. G. MORRISON, aged 68 years.
Jan 16: A.B. DIETZ Esq, aged 64 years.
Friday 3 February 1832
In the English Church, Graham’s Town by the Rev W Carlisle AM, Colonial Chaplain:
Jan 29: A son of W. BOWLES baptised James
Jan 29: A son of Serjt.J.WRIGHT, Cape Mounted Rifles, baptised John
Jan 29: A son [sic] of F.A. PIETERSE baptised Hendriana Maria
Jan 29: John Ferdinand SHAW, aged 47 years.
Friday 2 March 1832
Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of Thomas Henry HALSE
All persons claiming to be Creditors under this Estate are required to take notice that the Undersigned has been duly elected and confirmed in the appointment of Sole Trustee of the said Estate, and that the Master has appointed the Third Meeting to be held before the Resident Magistrate of Graham’s Town on Saturday the 4th March 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 Trustee as to the management of the said Estate, and also to consider an offer for composition to be made on the part if the Insolvent.
G. JARVIS, Trustee
Friday 16 March 1832
DIED on Monday evening, the 12th inst, after a short but severe illness, Mr. Robert BURNET, late of Capetown, aged 26 years.
Graham’s Town, March 15 1832
In St.George’s, Graham’s Town by the Rev W. Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain:
Mar 15: Jan JANSEN to Hannah PAULER
12: Mr. Robert BURNET, aged 26 years
14: Mary DRIVER, aged 4 years.
Friday 23 March 1832
CHRISTENING at Cradock, on Sunday the 15th Jan by the Rev J. Tr[obscured], a son of James O’REILLY Esq baptised James John William.
Friday 30 March 1832
In St.George’s Church, Graham’s Town by the Rev W. Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain:
Johannes P.L. MEYER to Debora Jacoba RETIEF
Thomas STUBBS to Sarah MILLER
A son of Mr. B. NORDEN baptised Benjamin
A son of Serjt. Major RORKE of the Mounted Riflemen, baptised Thomas James.
A son of James CANON baptised James William.
Friday 13 April 1832
In St.George’s Church, Graham’s Town, by the Rev W. Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain:
A son of Benjamin RORKE, baptised William Henry
A son of E.H. HANGER, baptised Edward Edmund
A son [sic] of Corporal W. PRESTON, baptised Susan
A son of P.H. VAN DER MERWE, baptised Frans Jacobus
April 10: Mr. J.P. CAMM to Miss Charlotte LUCAS
Friday 20 April 1832
BIRTH on the 5th inst, the widow of the late Mr. R. BURNET of a daughter
In the English Church, Graham’s Town, on Sunday April 15th by the Rev W. Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain:
A daughter of Serjt. J. REIKEN, Cape Mounted Rifles, baptised Clarissa.
Friday 1 June 1832
In the English Church, Graham’s Town by the Rev Mr. Carlisle AM, Colonial Chaplain, on Saturday May 28, David P. DE LANGE to Maria Magdalena MAY[obscured]
May 28: A daughter of Johannes VAN STADEN baptised Aletta Susanna Elizabeth
On the 29th May, a son of Mr. Thomas MILLER, aged three years and four months.
Saturday 9 June 1832
In the English Church, Graham’s Town, June 4th, by the Rev W. Carlisle MA, Colonial Chaplain, Mr. S. ROBERTS to Miss Hannah SCANLEN
Mr. P.C. BEZUIDENHOUT to Magdalena Catherine NAUDE
Mr. J.H.J. POTGIETER to Maria Catherine BEZUIDENHOUT
Saturday 16 June 1832
James BOARDMAN begs to inform his Friends and the Public that the Business of Hatter, lately carried on by Mr. ALLISON, will in future be conducted by him on the same premises.
Saturday 23 June 1832
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership
Messrs SCOON and McLUCKIE
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership hitherto subsisting between Messrs SCOON and McLUCKIE of this District, farmers and traders, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent; and for the purpose of effecting as early as possible an adjustment of their affairs, it is requested all persons having claims against the late Firm will forward an account of the same to Mr. J. BROWN, General Agent.
Graham’s Town, June 21st 1832.