Bathurst, Eastern Cape


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The town was founded in 1820 and named after Lord Bathurst, Secretary of State for the Colonies, by the Governor of the Cape, Sir Rufane Donkin.

List of structures:

Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope: 1859.
Barrow Cottage: 1837.
Barville Park: c1835.
Big Pineapple, The: c1980.
Bleak House: c1820.
Bradshaw's Mill: 1821.
Centenary Memorial Hall, 1820: 1920.
Clumber Methodist Church: 1867.
Clumber Methodist Church School: 1900s.
Cuylerville Church: 1825 : 1831 : 1939.
Drostdy: 1820.
Fossil Exposure: n.d..
Fraser's Camp Signal Tower: 1835.
Lombard's Post: 1812.
Methodist Church, cemetery and ringwall: 1832.
Morley House: 1828.
Old Powder Magazine (Star Fort complex): 1821.
Pig and Whistle Hotel: 1821.
Railway Institute Building: 1903.
Rectory: n.d..
Rokeby Park Methodist Church: 1884.
Shaw Park Methodist Church: 1864.
Shaw Park Primary School: 1879.
St John's Anglican Church: 1832.
St Stephen's United Church: n.d.. district
Summerhill Inn: n.d..
Toposcope 1820 and Bailey's Beacon: 1859.