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Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War (1899-1902) EDINBURG Kamp/Camp-

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EDINBURG

*Type:black / white
  • Date open:01/11/1900
  • Rations:5/2/1901: For native refugees: Natives over 12 years of age: Daily: 1½ lbs either mealies, K/corn, unsifted meal or mealie meal; ¼ oz salt; Weekly: 1 lb fresh or tinned meat; ½ coffee; 2 oz sugar - all but the corn to cost 4½d per ration. See Asam%>
  • Notes:25/2/1901: The native rc numbers about 1680. No official has been appointed. Mr ? Simpson, who talks Kaffir manages the camp and draws £9 3/4d monthly. He is assisted by George Mochala, Joseph May, Mossdaid [?] and Kost Zomo who draw no pay. Captain Bray, RAMC is attending the sick. [Names not entered on database]

PEOPLE IN CAMP

159

None died

LIVED TO GO HOME

NOT ON GENI

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  • Basson, Nicolaas Marthinus (20) died on 30/5/1902. Cause of death enteric
  • Son of Gideon Basson from Havelock, Rouxville
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  • Johannes Legetta
  • is the husband of Mrs Martha Legetta
  • is the father of Nitali Legetta
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  • Pienaar, Jacobus Johannes