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Cornelis Jakobus Langenhoven, b8c5d4

Also Known As: "C.J. Langenhoven", "Sagmoedige Neelsie", "Kerneels"
Birthdate: (58)
Birthplace: Hoeko, District Ladismith, Kaapkolonie, Ladismith, Western Cape, South Africa
Death: July 15, 1932 (58)
Arbeidsgenot, Oudtshoorn, Kaapprovinsie, Unie van Suid Afrika, Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, South Africa (Hartverlamming)
Place of Burial: Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of Cornelis Jacob Zetyn Langenhoven, b8c5 and Rachel Margaretha Susanna Langenhoven
Husband of Magdalena Lenie Maria (Vroutjie) Hugo
Father of Margarita Rachel Engela Langenhoven
Brother of Philip Hendrik Morkel Hendrik Morkel Langenhoven, b8c5d1; Margaretha Susanna Maria Langenhoven, b8c5d3; Andries Petrus Blignaut Langenhoven, b8c5d2 and Cornelius Jakob Zetyn Langenhoven
Half brother of Pieter Guilhelmus Gilhelm Langenhoven, b8c5d6; Johannes Stephanus Bernardus Stephanus Barnardus Langenhoven, b8c5d7; Maria Elizabeth Cornelia Boshoff, b8c5d8; Marthinnus Jan Jacobus Jan Johannes Langenhoven, b8c5d9; Margaretha Maria Elizabeth Maria Elizabeth Boshoff, b8c5d10 and 5 others

Occupation: Skrywer van ''Die Stem'', digter Landros, South African Poet and Writer
Managed by: Louis Scholtz, j4
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About Cornelis Jakobus Langenhoven, b8c5d4

Cornelis Jakobus Langenhoven (13 Augustus 1873 - 15 Julie 1932) was 'n Suid-Afrikaanse skrywer, redakteur en politikus. Hy het as skrywersname C.J. Langenhoven en Sagmoedige Neelsie gebruik. Sy rol in die Afrikaanse literatuur en kultuurgeskiedenis was formidabel.

Bronne :

Cornelis Jacobus Langenhoven (13 August 1873 – 15 July 1932), wrote under the pen name C.J. Langenhoven and was better known as Sagmoedige Neelsie (Gentle Neelsie) or Kerneels. He had a formidable role in South Africa's Afrikaans literature and cultural history, and was one of the young language's foremost promoters. He is best known to have written the words for the original South African Anthem Die Stem (The Call). He was affectionately known as Sagmoedige Neelsie (Gentle Neelsie) or Kerneels.

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Cornelis Jakobus Langenhoven, b8c5d4's Timeline

August 13, 1873
Ladismith, Western Cape, South Africa
September 28, 1873
Ladismith, Kaapkolonie
December 22, 1901
Age 28
Oudtshoorn, South Cape DC, Western Cape, South Africa
July 15, 1932
Age 58
Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, South Africa
Oudtshoorn, Western Cape, South Africa