Susannah Smith Bagshaw (now Penny)
Born: 7 April 1795, London, England
Baptized: 26 April 1795, St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, London, England (London Metropolitan Archives)
Parents: William Bagshaw and Ann Bagshaw (nee Smith)
Siblings: Isaac Smith Bagshaw, 22 March 1791
Robert Bagshaw, 25 March 1793
Susannah Smith Bagshaw, 7 April 1795
Stephen Smith Bagshaw, 20 February 1797
Married: Charles Penny, 16 March 1816, Christ Church, Greyfriars, Newgate Street, London
Charles, widower, and Susannah, spinster, both of the Parish of St Leonard Foster, both signed their names; witnesses Wm. Penny and Jno. Burnley;
(London Metropolitan Archives)
Children: Edward Penny, 15 September 1818
Philip Penny, 17 January 1824, Grahamstown
Mary Ann Penny (now Gardner), 21 May 1826, Grahamstown (married John Gardner)
Joseph William Penny, 1829
Margaret Ann Shaw Penny (now Fisher), 13 February 1833, Reed Fountain, Albany
John Penny, 6 May 1834, Salem
Maria Ann Penny (now Hartley), 4 May 1835 (married Thomas Henry Hartley)
Samuel Palmer Penny, ~1837, Lower Albany (Farmer; Married Esther Trollip)
(Died 27 August 1861, Cradock, aged 24 years and 10 months)
(Children: William John Gardener PENNY, Lavina Anwin PENNY)
Susannah Penny (now Wood), 5 July 1840
Died: 13 January 1870, Mount Pleasant Farm, Salem, Albany District
Buried: 15 January 1870, Methodist Church, Salem
Gravestone says that she died on 13 January 1870, aged 74 years 8 months and 6 days.
The difference between 7 April 1795 and 13 January 1870 is actually 74 years 9 months and 6 days.
Grahamstown Journal Friday 14 January 1870 - Transcribed by Sue Mackay:
DIED January 13th 1870, at the residence of her Son-in-law John GARDNER, “Mount Pleasant”, Susannah,
the beloved wife of Charles PENNY Sen of Salem; aged 74 years 8 months and 6 days.
The Funeral Procession will start from Mr. FISHER’s residence in Salem at 1 o’clock tomorrow
(Saturday), 15th January 1870. Friends at a distance will please accept the above notice.
Baptism and marriage details for Susannah Bagshaw (now Penny)
1820 Settler, part of
Hezekiah Sephton's party in the ship Aurora (344 passengers).
Departed from London on 15 February 1820. Arrived at Simon's Bay 1 May 1820.
Arrived at final destination of Algoa Bay, Cape Colony on 15 May 1820.
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