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 South African Commercial Advertiser (1854-1855)

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Date transcribed2011-00-00
Transcribed bySue Mackay - Marianne Mansfield
CommentSue McKay has kindly authorized us to publish her transcriptions of Family History-related data from the Announcements in the South African Commercial Advertiser. This is because they include very many references to personnel in the service of The East India Company en route to or from India or on furlough in S. Africa, which offered a more temperate climate. Also included are many officers and soldiers of the British Army regiments who may well have served in India shortly before or after serving in South Africa.

Publication Date  Thursday 10 January 1854    
Event Date  19 December 1853    
First Name(s)  Mary Ann    
Surname  Baumann    
Event  Death    
Full Entry  Thursday 10 January 1854: Died at sea (Lat 28.59S,Long 22,53. West) on the 19th Dec 1853, of rapid consumption, aged 29 years 6 months and 2 days, Mary Ann Baumann, wife of William BAUMANN, of the Barque 'Margaret West', and third daughter of Wiliam CARROLL Esq, US Consul, St Helena. The Relatives and Friends of the Deceased are informed that her remains were interred in the Burial Ground of the Episcopal Church in Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, on Sunday afternoon, the 8th January 1854, and followed by a number of personal Friends of the bereaved and disconsolate Husband. Jan 9th 1854.    
Reference  CO53/11 at the National Archives, Kew, London    
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