679Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Saul Solomon
- Jun 11, 2007hi,thank you so much for the information and the link, i will check it out thanks again i really appreciate it.----- Original Message ----
From: Crystal Williams <cryswil27@...>
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2007 10:48:01 AM
Subject: Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Saul SolomonHi AmandaMy Great-Great- Grandfather was John Solomon (my great-grandfather also John)- though I haven't found a definite link that shows that he is related to the Saul Solomon line - the names carried down my family tree - seem to be the same names that keep cropping up in the Saul/Joseph Solomon tree:BenjaminRichardDavidEdwardJohnsomewhere along the line Solomon became Solomons - but haven't managed to trace my great-great- granfather' s origins yet - i am first concentrating on my great-great- grandmother Louisa Solomons.for information on Solomons in the cape colony check out www.national. archives. gov.za and then go to "Search" and then "KAB" and type in solomon and it will bring up all the records - however you still need to go into the Cape Town Archives repository with the reference numbers to have a look at the actual records.
amanda solomon <amandabyo@yahoo. com> wrote:hi my name is Amanda Solomon and i am interested to find out more about the Solomon connection, i wasnt even aware there were any Solomon's on the island and i would like to find out if they were in any way connected to us. My granddads name was Ronald Solomon he was from Kimberly South Africa and later moved to Bulawayo Zimbabwe, my ggranddads name was Titus Solomon that is as far as i know if anyone has any information please let me know thanks.Amanda
----- Original Message ----
From: sigridmcmahon <tesi@.... au>
To: st-helena-genealogy @yahoogroups. com
Sent: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 9:17:28 AM
Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist. ] Saul SolomonWhile researching my Solomon connection, I came across The Brown
Family Papers, held at the University of Cape Town Libraries,
Manuscripts and Archives, donated in the mid 1970ies by a member of
the family of Joseph Solomon (brother of the above Saul)who left St.
Helena in 1831 and settled in Cape Town. I ordered some photocopies
and among them was a copy of notes from a Prayer Book that belonged
to Saul Solomon. The inscription reads:
The gift of his mother which he received by the Europea Store Ship,
4th July 1808.
S. Solomon, born 25th December 1776
Margaret Solomon, born 1st October 1782
Benjamin Solomon, born 23rd June 1801
Phoebe Solomon, born 20th May 1804
Henry Rob Solomon, born 28th July 1806
Miriam Solomon, born 8th July 1808
John Blenham Solomon, born 2nd December 1810
The above were born at St. Helena.
Margaret Sarah Solomon, born 5th January 1813 at 3 a.m. in London,
Lee Solomon, born 29th March 1815 at S. Helena
It pleased the Almighty to take from me my dear wife, Margaret
Solomon, the 14th June 1815 at 2 o'clock p.m.
The Prayer Book is an indefinite loan to the Jewish Library in Cape
The Brown Family Papers also confirm what is mentioned in the Susser
Archives, ie that Saul Solomon was one of 22 or 21 or 18 children
(those are the numbers I have so far come across), that his father
was Nathaniel Solomon and his mother was Phoebe de Metz, born in
Leyden and part of a Dutch Jewish family some of whom settled in
London. (Her sister Matilda de Metz married Levy Salomons and they
are the parents of Philip Salomons and Sir David Salomons). Phoebe de
Metz married Nathaniel Solomon at the age of 15 and apparently was
left a widow at 40 and lived to a ripe old age in comfortable
circumstances in London. The Solomon family seem to have originated
in Kent and the places mentioned are Canterbury and Margate. (My
Lewis Gideon (Solomon)gives his place of birth with Canterbury, Saul
is supposed to have been born in Margate).
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