The old St Mary's Cemetery is situated between South End and the city center close to where the Baakens River flows into the Port Elizabeth Harbour. Some of the graves date back to the mid 1800's and include some of the original British Settlers who arrived on our shores in 1820. Credit: J. Fourie

The old St Mary's Cemetery is situated between South End and the city center close to where the Baakens River flows into the Port Elizabeth Harbour. Some of the graves date back to the mid 1800's and include some of the original British Settlers who arrived on our shores in 1820. Credit: J. Fourie

Campanile Port Elizabeth | The Heritage Portal Erected to commemorate the landing of the British Settlers in 1820. This dignified memorial, a type though common in Latin countries of Europe, is probably unique in the Southern hemisphere, and certainly unique as an isolated memorial in South Africa. It is erected on the spot at which the landing of the Settlers took place before the town of Port Elizabeth was built, but the landing may be considered as the event from which the town has sprun

Campanile Port Elizabeth | The Heritage Portal Erected to commemorate the landing of the British Settlers in 1820. This dignified memorial, a type though common in Latin countries of Europe, is probably unique in the Southern hemisphere, and certainly unique as an isolated memorial in South Africa. It is erected on the spot at which the landing of the Settlers took place before the town of Port Elizabeth was built, but the landing may be considered as the event from which the town has sprun

Cannon at the 1820's Settler's Monument in Grahamstown. Photo: Megan Whittington

Cannon at the 1820's Settler's Monument in Grahamstown. Photo: Megan Whittington

1820's Settler's Monument, Grahamstown Photo: Megan Whittington

1820's Settler's Monument, Grahamstown Photo: Megan Whittington

1820 British Settlers Camponile

1820 British Settlers Camponile

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