Grahamstown Journal

Grahamstown Journal 1841 - 2 - July to December

Thursday 1 July 1841

MARRIED by Special Licence this morning at Oatlands by the Rev.J.Heavyside (and afterwards by the Rev.T.Murphy according to the rites of the RC Church) Thomas DONOVAN Esq of the Cape Mounted Rifles to Susan Maria Ousely, third daughter of Vice Admiral Sir Henry HEATHCOTE

DEATH at Port Elizabeth on the 21st ult Louisa, daughter of Mr.James REED aged three years and six months

DIED at Belmont on the 18th inst after a short illness, Catherine the Wife of John CARLISLE Esq. and eldest daughter of Thomas PHILIPPS Esq.

Thursday 8 July 1841

BIRTH on Tuesday 6th inst of a daughter, the wife of the Rev.W.J.DAVIS, Wesleyan Minister

NOTICE
The Undersigned having opened a Butcher's Shop in Beaufort Street (formerly occupied by Mr. B. TROLLOP) hereby gives notice to the Inhabitants of Graham's Town that a constant supply of Prime Meat will be kept there, and every attention paid to the wishes of those who may favor him with their orders
William STANTON

Thursday 15 July 1841

CHRISTENING at St.George's Church on the 10th inst by the Rev.F.McCleland, a son of Mr.Richard ORSMOND baptized Henry Ward.

DIED at Graham's Town on Monday 12th inst of Small Pox, Mr.Thomas Hermanus WEST aged 38 years, leaving a wife and six children to deplore their bereavement and a numerous circle of relatives and acquaintances the loss of an esteemed friend.

DIED at Trumpetter's Drift on Thursday 8th inst Jane, wife of Mr.Robert SCOTT of the Commissariat Department, aged 22 years.

Thursday 22 July 1841

MARRIED on the 19th inst in Graham's Town by the Rev.Mr.McCleland, Mr.Timothy John CALDECOTT to Martha RAYNAR of Port Elizabeth.

BIRTH on the 21st, Mrs.W.OGILVIE of a daughter

DIED at Glen Avon, Somerset on Sunday 18th inst, Johanna Christina MEINTJES, wife of Robert HART Junior, at the age of 28 years and 6 months, leaving six young children, deeply lamented.
July 21 1841

Thursday 29 July 1841

BIRTH at Graham's Town on 23 July the Lady of H.VAN REYNEVELD Esq., Cape Mounted Rifleman, of a daughter.

BIRTH on the 21st inst, the Lady of Charles PESHALL Esq. at Cradock of a daughter

DIED at Fort Beaufort on Friday 23rd inst, the son of Mr.Charles and Mary HOLLIDAY, aged nine months.

Thursday 5 August 1841

MARRIED this morning in St.George's Church, Graham's Town by the Rev.Mr.McCleland, Mr.W.P.R.DIXON of Colesberg to Harriet Jane, second daughter of Mr.Wm.OGILVIE of this place.
5th August 1841

Thursday 12 August 1841

DIED at Graham's Town on Sunday 8th inst, Andrew GEDDES, youngest son of Mr.A.G.BAIN of the Royal Engineer Department, aged 8 months.
August 11 1841

Thursday 19 August 1841

BIRTH at Salem on Tuesday 10th instant, Mrs.ARCHBELL of a son.

MARRIED at Graaff-Reinet on 2nd inst. Charles Hudson GRISBROOK Esq, Deputy Sheriff, to Johanna Elizabeth Magdalena, eldest daughter of Frederick LIESCHING Esq., late of Tygerberg near Cape Town.

Thursday 2 September 1841

BIRTH at Kaal Hoek, Winterberg on Sunday 29th ultimo the wife of Mr.William MORRIS of a son and heir.

DIED at Graham's Town on the 27th ult. after a few hours illness only, Miss Mary Ann RIGGS, aged 21 years, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

Thursday 9 September 1841

DIED of the Quinsy at Graham's Town on Monday last after a few hours illness, William Frederick, only son of Mr.W.BOARDMAN, aged 2 years and 5 months.

Thursday 16 September 1841

BIRTH at Somerset on 3rd inst, the wife of John McMASTER of a daughter

DIED at Fort Beaufort on Friday 10th inst in the 21st year of his age, beloved and respected by his brother officers and all who knew him, T.B.BICKNELL Esq., Ensign in HM 75th Regiment.

Thursday 23 September 1841

MARRIED at St.George's Church on Tuesday 21st inst by the Rev.John Heavyside, Colonial Chaplain, Lieut.Peter MACLEAN, Royal Artillery, son of Col.MACLEAN of Ardgour, Argyleshire to Elizabeth Frances Harriet, eldest daughter of Colonel SOMERSET, Cape Mounted Rifles
22 September 1841

MARRIED at Uitenhage on Wednesday 15 September by the Rev T. Edwards, Wesleyan Minister, Mr.George William CLARKE of Port Elizabeth to Miss Priscilla URRY of Uitenhage.

Thursday 30 September 1841

Mr. ESTMENT being about to give up Business, requests all claims against him, notes of hand, due or not, may be sent in for payment on or before the 10th October next. Further requests that all persons indebted to him will pay or arrange their accounts before the 1st January 1842.

Thursday 7 October 1841

BIRTH at Graham's Town on Sunday 26th September last, Mrs.J.C.WRIGHT of a daughter

BIRTH at Fort Peddie on Tuesday 28th ultimo, the Lady of T.SHEPSTONE Esq., Resident Agent, of a son.

Thursday 14 October 1841

MISSING
Left Graham's Town about 16 months ago, William MASTERS, 25 years of age, rather stout, about 5'7" in height. He is supposed to be dead; but any person giving information concerning him, or, if living, where he may be found, will be rewarded, on application to Daniel MASTERS, at
Messrs.MAYNARD, Graham's Town.

Thursday 21 October 1841

MARRIED on the 3rd June last at Trinity Church, London, by the Rev. Matthew SCOTT, Edward PHILIPPS Esq of Begelly, in this District, to Augusta, youngest daughter of the late Vice-Admiral SCOTT.

DIED at Graham's Town of Apoplexy on Monday afternoon, the 11th October 1841, Elizabeth JENNINGS, wife of Henry Thomas JENNINGS and relict of the late Thomas Stephen ROWLES. Deceased was attending to her usual business up to 8 o'clock on the evening of the previous Saturday, shortly after which she was seized with the fatal malady which terminated her earthly
existence - and her afflicted family were compelled to witness her last breath - without even the mournful satisfaction of hearing her dying words or receiving her parting blessing. She was in the 53rd year of her age. As a woman of business, perhaps, none ever excelled her; she was one of the most affectionate and exemplary mothers; a kind and dutiful wife; a sincere and pious Christian and a credit to her sex. To her bereaved family her loss is irreparable and is deservedly and universally deplored by a numerous circle of friends and the community at large.
20 October 1841

Thursday 28 October 1841

DIED at Oatlands on Monday 18th inst after a few hours illness, Caroline, beloved daughter of Colonel and Mrs.SOMERSET, aged 20 years.

DIED at Graham's Town on Friday 22nd inst, Mr.Joseph RICHARDS, a native of Truro, Cornwall, aged 43 years. Deceased was one of the settlers on 1820 and had passed through the various gradations of an emigrant's life with credit to himself and advantage to his adopted country. Though of retired habits and seldom moving out of the domestic circle, he was justly esteemed by
those who knew him for his general intelligence and scrupulous integrity in all his dealings. The disease which terminated his mortal career was consumption, greatly aggravated by being driven from his farm, with the loss of all his property, by the Kafir irruption of 1835. For the last twelve
months of his life his sufferings were great, but he bore them with the firmness of a man and the patience and resignation of a Christian. A widow and a family of seven children are left to deplore this most afflictive bereavement. To his personal friends his memory will be ever cherished as a
bright example of steady attachment and for an exhibition of what the poet meant when he recorded that "An Honest Man is the Noblest Work of God".

Thursday 4 November 1841

MARRIED at St.George's Church on Saturday last by the Rev.J.Heavyside, Mr.Edward PARKER, son of the late J.C.PARKER Esq. of Hull, Yorkshire to Sarah, daughter of Mr.JARMAN of this place.

MARRIED at Salem on Tuesday 2nd inst by the Rev.G.Green, Wesleyan Minister, Mr.George WEDDERBURN of Lindale to Mary, second daughter of T.C.CROFT Esq. of that place.

BIRTH at Post Retief on the 29th ult. the wife of Mr. H.W.DALE of a son.

Thursday 11 November 1841

DIED on the 7th inst. William Edward Field, the infant son of Mr.W.BEAR of Winterberg, aged 5 months and 25 days.

Thursday 18 November 1841

BIRTH at Fort Peddie on Wednesday the 16th inst, the Lady of Dr. DELMEGE, 27th Inneskilliners, of a son.

Notice to Merchants and Others
W. TITTERTON, Cooper, from Algoa Bay
Has taken the Premises lately used as the Billiard Room at Mr. FINLAYSON's, where he intends for the future to carry on his Cooperage. Merchants and others, favouring him with orders, will find punctuality and dispatch, combined with a superior Article at the very lowest possible price.

Thursday 25 November 1841

BIRTH at Tarka Post, the wife of J.CALDER of a daughter

DEATH at Fort Beaufort on Wednesday 17th inst after a lingering illness of upwards of two years, Mrs.FODEN, the wife of Mr.Thos.FODEN, aged 59 years
Nov 17 1841

Thursday 2 December 1841

BIRTH at Graham's Town on the 2nd inst, the wife of George E.WHILEY of a son

DIED at his residence in Fort Beaufort on Thursday 25th ult. Mr.Edward WYNNE, in the 61st year of his age. During a period of more than 40 years he was a consistent member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society and about 30 years of that period as a Class Leader. His end was peaceful and happy - strong in the consolations of religion. He was the happy person who first collected in
London in the year 1819 the party of British settlers afterwards located at Salem, but did not accompany them; he arrived in this country on business in March 1840 and fell victim to a disease of the liver, brought on or hastened to a crisis by intense mental anxiety. His memory will long be cherished in the hearts of his bereaved family, and an extensive circle of acquaintances
and friends.
1st December 1841

Thursday 9 December 1841

BIRTH at Oatlands on the 6th inst Mrs SOMERSET of a daughter

BIRTH at Graham's Town on the 6th inst. Mrs.PAKENHAM of a son

Thursday 16 December 1841

REMOVAL
The Undersigned having removed from the store in Bathurst Street to those of Mr.J.PASKIN in High Street, has for sale Fresh Direct Teas, in 40 and 10 Catty Boxes; Blue Bean Coffee, best Patna Rice, 1st and 2nd Steam Mill Flour, Fresh American Flour in barrels; cavendish and Negrohead Tobacco and Pipes, English Soap, Raisins in Boxes, Sugar candy, Fresh dates &c.
John H. DIXON, High Street
December 16 1841
Expected a large quantity of Mauritius Sugar, common Rice etc.

DIED on the 3rd August 1841 at his brother's house in Liverpool, on his way from the Cavalry Depot, Maidstone to Cork, John CAW Esq.MD, Staff Assistant Surgeon, late of the 75th Regiment.

Thursday 30 December 1841

CAPE WINES
Good Table Wine to be had at the Stores of Messrs. P & D.HAUPT, for 20 Shillings per Half Aum. Cash on delivery.
Port Elizabeth 6th Dec 1841

DIED at Butterworth, Kaffraria on the 15th inst. after a lingering illness, Anne Somtson, eldest daughter of W.M.D.FYNNE Esq., JP.

DIED at "Glen Stewart" on Monday last, the 20th instant, aged 23 years, Isabella, fourth daughter of the Rev.Alexander STEWART of Douglas Manse, Lanarkshire, after a long and protracted illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation. Her memory will be long cherished by her numerous friends, that is by all who were intimately acquainted with her.

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