Jacobus Francois Joubert (1874 - 1979) MP

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Nicknames: "Grootoupa Jacobus Joubert"
Birthplace: Middelburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Death: Died in Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa
Cause of death: Old Age
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About Jacobus Francois Joubert

Toe hy 26 jaar oud was met die Anglo Boere Oorlog veg hy onder genl De La Rey en vkdt Cronje. By Magersfontein is 2 van sy broers (Gert Louis en Casper Hendrik) langs hom doodgeskiet en hy was lig gewond. Gedurende die Maritz rebellie veg hy onder Generaal Jan Kemp. Hy is hy op Upington gevang en word op 9 September 1915 vrygelaat. Sy selmaat was die beroemde Siener Van Rensburg. Hy het 105 jaar en 3 maande oud geword.

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Jacobus Francois Joubert's Timeline

1874
August 13, 1874
Transvaal, South Africa
December 13, 1874
Transvaal, South Africa
1896
1896
Age 21
1899
October 11, 1899
- May 31, 1902
Age 25
1905
September 12, 1905
Age 31
Lichtenburg, NW, South Africa
1906
August 18, 1906
Age 32
1908
April 24, 1908
Age 33
Lichtenburg, North West, South Africa
1909
July 28, 1909
Age 34
Lichtenburg, South Africa
1913
August 27, 1913
Age 39
Lichtenburg, Ngaka Modiri Molema, North West, South Africa
1914
1914
- 1915
Age 39
South Africa

The Maritz Rebellion (1914)

The Maritz Rebellion (also known as the Boer Revolt) broke out in South Africa in 1914 at the start of World War I. Men who supported the reinstitution of the old Boer republics rose up against the government of the Union of South Africa. Many members of the government were former Boers who had fought with the Maritz rebels against the British in the Second Anglo-Boer War twelve years earlier. The rebellion was a failure, and the ringleaders were assessed large fines and, in many cases, imprisonment.