Over the last two years every time I visited the St Mary's Cemetery I've had a look for Rev Francis McCleland's grave without any success. Grizel Hart, the curator at No.7 Castle Hill, explained to me where to find it and on my last visit - after again walking right past it twice - I found it. Rev Francis McCleland came to to Algoa Bay in one of the 1820 British Settler parties and became colonial chaplain in Port Elizabeth. He bought the land on which No.7 Castle Hill now stands for three guineas (three pounds and three shillings) in 1827 and built the house for his family. By 1834 he had also overseen the building of St Mary's Anglican church (later declared a cathedral).