Holman (née Bastian), Ann
|Type of person||Individual|
|Date of birth||1833|
|Place of birth||Crowan, Cornwall, England|
|Date of arrival||1839|
|Principal occupation||Wife and mother|
|Date of death||1860|
|Place of decease||Bald Hills, Yankalilla, South Australia|
Ann Bastian was born on 23 May 1833 at Crowan in Cornwall, England. Religion – Wesleyan Methodist (Uniting Church).
She was the sixth daughter of Sampson Bastian senior (1791-1846) and Philippa Holman (1797-1872). Aged 6 years, she arrived with her parents on board Java from London on 13 Oct 1839. She grew up in Willunga during the 1840s.
Aged 17 years, Ann married John Holman (her 1st cousin) on 8 April 1851 at St Stephen’s Anglican Church in Willunga and lived at Willunga during the first year or two of their marriage. They had four children (2 sons and 2 daughters): Elizabeth (21 Aug 1852-1882) John Henry (1854 -? ) Mary Ann (14 April 1858- ? ) Richard (16 March 1860- Sept 1894)
John Holman held a depasturing licence at Yankalilla in 1857.
Ann Holman (nee Bastian) died on 14 Nov 1860. She is commemorated (as Ann Bastian) in the Willunga Wesleyan Methodist (Uniting) Church on a panel of a chest tomb alongside her sister Hannah (Williams).
- Passengers in History database. SA Maritime Museum - Bastian 1840
- South Australian Deaths Index of Registrations 1842-1915
- South Australian Marriages Index of Registrations 1842-1916