- Camp details
- Date open:01/03/1901
- Date closed:12/01/1903
- Unique ID:12
- Hendrik Johannes de Bruin 1896 -16/9/1901 Kroonstad RC.
- Hendrik Louis Janette de Bruin ca 1899 - 28/2/1901
- Sarel Cornelis de Bruin ca1901 - 1901 new born,
- Elsje Maria de Bruin, nee Janeke 17/2/1875 -12/1/1959.
- Cornelia Carolinia Jansen 1864 - 1901
- Elsie Catharina Jansen 1866-1902
- Jacoba Hester Magdalena Jansen 1861-1901
- Zacharias Francois Joubert 1885 - 13 August 1901 – She was female
- Johannes Petrus Wilhelmus Maree 1826-1902
- Louisa Maria Christina Meitjies (36)
- Her son, Dirk Cornelius (12) also died in the camp as well as her 10 month old daughter, Johanna Catharina.
- Dirk Louis Taljaard (12) See Death notice under document on tthis project.
- Johanna Catahrina Taljaard (10 months)
- D.o. Louisa Maria Chirstina Meintjies above and brother of Dirk Louis above.
- Hendrik Jacobus Lourens Taljaard (49) March 1, 1851 - January 4, 1901
- Margaretha Petronella Taljaard (Haasbroek) (32) May 18, 1869 - June 15, 1901
- Wife of Hendrik Jacobus Lourens Taljaard above From Farm Deelpan, Kroonstad
- Cause of Death: Bronchitis
- Sarah Johanna Taljaard (1) April 1900 - 13 Sept 1901
- Eva Johanna Taljaard (3) 1898 - August 11, 1901
- Jacobus Johannes Taljaard (32 weeks) 1901 - August 19, 1901
- Brother of Eva Johanna above & Catharina Cornelia Cause of Death: Pneumonia
- Catharina Cornelia Taljaard (5) 1896 - 19 August 1901
- Sister of Eva Johanna & Jacobus Johannes Cause of Death: Measles
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While the two main forces in the Anglo-Boer War 2 were White, it was not an exclusively White war. At least 15 000 Blacks were used as combatants by the British, especially as scouts to track down Boer commandoes and armed block house guards, but also in non-combatant roles by both British and Boer forces as wagon drivers, etc. They suffered severely as result of the British "scorched earth policy" during which those who lived on White farms were removed to concentration camps, as were the women and children of their White employers