Albertina Augusta Praetorius, a1b9

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Albertina Augusta Praetorius (Dürrheim), a1b9

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Grimmen, Uckermark, Prussia/Germany
Death: February 19, 1910 (63)
27 Thomas Street, Kingwilliamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Christian Gottlieb Durrheim, a1 and Christina Dorothea Durrheim
Wife of Ernest Hermann Praetorius
Mother of Paul Richard Praetorius, a1b9c1
Sister of Johann Friedrich Dürrheim, a1b1; Christine Wilhelmine Schultz Warneke; Caroline Fredericke Konig, a1b3; Friedericke Luise Gernetzky, a1b4; Carl August Durrheim, a1b5 and 3 others

Managed by: Brendan Swemmer
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About Albertina Augusta Praetorius, a1b9

The "German Settler" Durrheim Family in South Africa by Erleen T West (nee Durrheim) researched 2009/2011

Albertina was the youngest child born to Christian Gottlieb and Christine Dorothea Durrheim (nee Siebert). She was 11 years old when the family immigrated and settled in Berlin, South Africa. She married Ernst Hermann Praetorius. At the time of her death she had no surviving children as per the below extract from her death notice.

"No child was alive at time of death of above deceased. There were eight children. The last surviving child, Paul Richard Praetorius, died on 5th February 1908 at the age of 26 years - he left no property. None of the children was married and there are therefore no descendants."

Her husband's death notice was signed by H. Radue - nephew by marriage. Surviving relative names as - Paul Praetorius - born Zitau, Germany - possibly his brother.


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Albertina Augusta Praetorius, a1b9's Timeline

1847
January 18, 1847
Grimmen, Uckermark, Prussia/Germany
1882
1882
1910
February 19, 1910
Age 63
27 Thomas Street, Kingwilliamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa