1820 Settler Party : Scanlan
|Number in the Party||220|
|Area Party originated from||Cork, Ireland|
|Area allocated to the party||Clanwilliam and then the Albany District|
|Other Information||A party from Cork led by William SCANLAN sailed in "East Indian". They were located in Klein Valley in the Clanwilliam district. Most of them were shortly moved in "Sir George Osborn" to Albany. A division under William SCANLAN was located on the right bank of the Kap River. This location is still referred to as Irish Party. Another division under James LATHAM was settled on the Assegai Bush River and a third under David Francis at the source of the Nazaar River.
|Settler Handbook Content:||not listed as a seperate party in THE SETTLER HANDBOOK by MD Nash See William Parkers party of which Scanlan was a member.|