Came Across this with regards to Littleton.
Like most of the Cape houses built on the slopes of Table Mountain, the entrance was from the road running up beside the site, and in this instance the gateway has always been on Buitenkant Street. The gates were of intricate ironwork, wrought in Amsterdam and sent out to Boers. They are dated 1778 and bear the name Rust-en-Vreugd within the design. The gates now form the rood screen across the chancel arch of St Michael's and All Angels, Penkridge, Staffordshire, Governor Sir Bartle Frere having presented these gates to his aid-de-camp William Littleton. Littleton had them shipped to England, giving them to his parish church in memory of his forebears lying buried there