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George Lamond (1833 - 1911)

George Lamond Prog was a Byrne Settler who arrived on the ship Unicorn in Natal in September 1850. He was born in Gibraltar on 5/3/1833 and died in Pietermaritzburg on 5/10/1911. He was a son of an A...

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Jozua Katinski Hershensohnn, SV/PROG MP (1834 - 1912)

Jozua Katinkski Hershensohnn was the son of Jewish-Russion parents and born in Russia on 27/3/1834. He † in Pietermaritzburg 22/6/1912. He served in the Kremlin War 1854-1856 and visited India a...

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Robert Graham (c.1836 - 1881)

Immigrated from Nova Scotia, Canada. around 1850, and probably arrived at Port Elizabeth. He was married to Catharina van der Kemp in Uitenhage on 26 August 1856. He died in Kimberley hospital in 1881.

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Karel Biljou, SWA SV/Prog (1894 - 1963)

Van Portugese afkoms en het die van Ackerman aangeneem om van Angola na Suid Wes Afrika te kon terugtrek.

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Kalil Kaplen, SV/PROG (c.1885 - 1973)

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Annie Maria Worroll, SM/PROG MP (1859 - 1936)

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Charles Worroll, SV/PROG (1857 - 1949)

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Henry Crawley Farre, SV/PROG MP (1833 - 1905)

Henry Crawley Farre The Farres had emigrated from Brockville, Canada and arrived in Port Elizabeth, South Africa , in late January or early February 1861/1862. The Farres travelled from Canada to New...

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Anne Farre, SM/PROG MP (1838 - 1922)

Anne Farre (Wiltse) The Farres had emigrated from Brockville, Canada and arrived in Port Elizabeth, South Africa , in late January or early February 1861/1862. The Farres travelled from Canada to New...

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Albubasi Sultan, Rajah van Tambora SV/PROG MP (b. - 1719)

Stamouers entry by A M van Rensburg Rajah VAN TAMBORA was exiled to the Cape by a resolution of the East Indies in Batavia on 13 August 1697, for rebelling against the Dutch and plotting against the ...

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Ibrahim Adehan/de Haan, b1 (c.1699 - c.1735)

Abram de Haan is mentioned in the book "Hedge of Wild Almonds South Africa, the 'Pro-Boers' & the Quaker Conscience' by Hope Hay Hewison - In a letter from John George Holtz dated 20 March 1728 to Ba...

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Michael Welensky, SV/PROG (c.1843 - d.)

Michael Welensky was trhe first President of the Gwelo (Gweru in Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) Hebrew Congregation around 1897. He was drawn to the Kimberley diamonds of South Africa where he made and l...

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