Jacobus Andreas Rudolph, b1

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About Jacobus Andreas Rudolph, b1

"The farm Paapenbietjesfontien was allocated on 21 October 1820 by the Governor, Lord Charles Somerset, to Mynheer Gerhardus Oosthuizen. After his death, his daughter, Johanna Magdalena, bought the estate for 135 pounds. She married a tall bearded Hollander, Jacobus Andreas Roedeloff, whose name was abbreviated to Rudolph, and which is a well-known street name in the new South End. Roedeloff’s surviving spouse then became the wife of William Gardner. After the death of Johanna Gardner, her sons acquired the estate but were not keen to look after it."

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Jacobus Andreas Rudolph, b1's Timeline

October 31, 1773
Cape Town
April 1, 1794
Age 20
Cape Town, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
July 3, 1797
Age 23
Graaff-Reinet, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
November 25, 1798
Age 25
South Africa
April 4, 1802
Age 28
South Africa
July 15, 1809
Age 35
Buried Malta farm, Winterton District