1820 Settler Party : Daniell
|Leader||Lieut. Richard Daniell|
|Number in the Party||35|
|Area Party originated from||Devonshire, England|
|Area allocated to the party||Sidbury Park, on the Buffels Kloof stream, Albany|
|Ship||Duke of Marlborough,|
|Surnames in party||Arrowsmith, Beddy, Board, Daniell, Dickson, Dunn, Field, Graham, Handfield, Hickson, Love, Martin, Moor, Nitch, Palliser, Ruthven, Searle, Sendle, Unknown, Young,|
|Other Information||A party of 40 from Devonshire led by Lieutenant Richard DANIELL, R.N. sailed in "Duke of Marlborough". They were located on the Buffels Kloof stream, the location being named Sidbury.
|Settler Handbook Content:||Led by Lieut Richard Daniell of Sidbury, Devon, an officer of the Royal Navy on half-pay. This was not a government-assisted party and it fell outside the terms of the emigration scheme. No deposits were paid and no free passages provided, but the party obtained a grant of land in the proportion of 100 acres for each able-bodied man. On his arrival in the colony, Lieut Daniell applied for an additional grant of 500 acres as an officer on half-pay, and this was later extended.