LOW, James and William - Extra Data
(members of BAILIE's Party)
Death Notice (Cape Archives) for James says he was born in London
Queenstown Free Press 3 August 1888
DEATH OF A SETTLER.- The Cape Times contains a notice of the death of Mr. James LOW, supposed to be the last of the first settlers, having lived in the Colony for sixty-eight years. He arrived first in 1814, and was stationed at the Cape for three years, being in the Navy. He returned to England in 1818, and subsequently to the Cape in 1820. He was also engaged in the American Civil War
From "Bailie's Party of 1820 Settlers" by M.D. Nash
William LOW, an indentured servant to John BAILIE and a carpenter by trade, embarked with the other members of Bailie's party but did not land with them at Algoa Bay: he remained on board the Chapman as a sailor. It is probable that he was a younger brother of James LOW.
See correspondence of William LOW here. His address in 1819 was 3 Hanover Street, Walworth Road, London.