Eastern Cape 1836 - 1853

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Eastern Cape 1836 - 1853

Post by Taylorofsa » Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:19 am

. http://www.eggsa.org/newspapers/index.p ... wn-journal

Page through this webpage, contains interesting historical articles etc.

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Re: Eastern Cape 1836 - 1853

Post by Currie » Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:02 pm

Thanks for that Taylorofsa.

Obviously a lot of work has gone into compiling the information for the site and it’s going to be very useful for many people.

Unfortunately only two of my lot went to South Africa, one was a soldier and the other a missionary, and both eventually left.

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Re: Eastern Cape 1836 - 1853

Post by AnneM » Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:24 pm

This is an amazing resource. I've already found quite a bit of information about husband's Bowkers and Harts...some of which one has to read remembering the standards of the time were not ours. Thank you for posting this link.

Researching M(a)cKenzie, McCammond, McLachlan, Kerr, Assur, Renton, Redpath, Ferguson, Shedden, Also Oswald, Le/assels/Lascelles, Bonning just for starters

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