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South Africa / Re: Edward Richard Hallis b1872 ;any children in SA
« on: Monday 14 September 20 13:37 BST (UK)  »


I have managed screenshots from FS ;) ;)

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South Africa / Re: Edward Richard Hallis b1872 ;any children in SA
« on: Tuesday 08 September 20 12:55 BST (UK)  »


You can also upload images to your Ancestry tree from FS if you download them to your computer first then upload them to your tree.   I don't have a sub for Ancestry so it's really the only way I can attach documents to my tree on there. ;)

FS has a very large collection of South African records and more are added all the time.

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South Africa / Re: Edward Richard Hallis b1872 ;any children in SA
« on: Tuesday 25 August 20 15:04 BST (UK)  »
The court case in 1902, the source code  ZTPD was divorce proceedings against Richard brought by Lilian but later withdrawn.

The 1910 file appears to be a letter enquiring about an estate:

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS9L-7735-F?i=271&cc=2520237&cat=188051

The 1942 Estate File for Richard.  If you move through the images, his Will is there as well.

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS9G-FNJ4?i=256&cc=2520237&cat=188051

These are all on Family Search, usually my first stop for South African research.

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South Africa / Re: Special Settlement
« on: Tuesday 11 August 20 13:57 BST (UK)  »

William Leiper Archer died in Natal in 1961.  This is his estate notice on our archives. 

DEPOT     NAB                                                                   
SOURCE    MSCE                                                                 
TYPE      LEER                                                                 
SYSTEM    01                                                                   
REFERENCE 235/1961                                                             
PART      1                                                                     
DESCRIPTION          ARCHER, WILLIAM LEIPER. BORN IN SCOTLAND. S SP ARCHER, EMILY LOUISA. 
           (BORN BLANCHARD). DECEASED ESTATE.                                   
STARTING  19610000                                                             
ENDING    19630000

Unfortunately the online records are only available to 1950 at the moment. 

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South Africa / Re: Special Settlement
« on: Friday 31 July 20 12:20 BST (UK)  »

There are a few mentions of Robert in the archives, including one about cattle on the farm Dunncloq.

There are estate notices as well for Robert, John and Helen. There are usually Death Notices attached to the file which can give information on family etc.  If you don't have them I could have a look for them.

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The Stay Safe Board / Re: Mask choices
« on: Friday 10 July 20 12:08 BST (UK)  »

Wearing of masks is compulsory when we leave our homes here in South Africa, all shops have sanitizing stations at the door with an attendant to ensure that you do.  A lot of businesses are also temp screening.  If you're above the limit, you're turned away.  It is good to see that the majority of folk are adhering to the rules...

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South Africa / Re: John George White
« on: Wednesday 17 June 20 12:02 BST (UK)  »

You can also try the site www.eggsa.org, they have photos of graves from grave yards all over the country including many farm ones.  You may get lucky...

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South Africa / Re: acronym
« on: Friday 05 June 20 12:23 BST (UK)  »


You're welcome ;)

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South Africa / Re: acronym
« on: Thursday 04 June 20 14:04 BST (UK)  »

South West Africa or Namibia as it is today, was a German colony.  After the WWI it was made a protectorate of South Africa by the League of Nations as South Africa was still a Union and under British rule.

Many Germans came to SWA before both wars while they could still travel and many then came to South Africa. 

There is a notice on National Archives website that says due to the pandemic they are closed until further notice.  I think this may apply to all the provincial repositories as well. 

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