Maria Margaretha Bothma Preller, b1c4d3e5

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Maria Margaretha Bothma Preller (Naude), b1c4d3e5

Birthplace: Pietermaritzburg, Indlovu DC, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Death: March 27, 1862 (48)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Petrus Johannes Naudé, b1c4d3 and Christina Franciena van Wyk Naude b3c2d1e3
Wife of Christiaan Petrus Bothma, b5c3d4e7f1 and Carel Friedrich Preller
Mother of Gerrit Jacobus Bothma; Johanna Susanna Preller, b6c1; Johann Frederik (Friedrich) Preller, b6c2; Zacharia Christina Preller, b6c3; Mauritz Hermann Otto Herman Otto Preller, b6c5 and 13 others
Sister of Johanna Barendina Vlok, b1c4d3e1; Anna Susanna Naude; Christina Maria Magdalena van der Merwe, b1c4d3e4; Petrus Johannes Naude; Abraham Christoffel Naude, b1c4d3e8 and 5 others
Half sister of Johanna Hendrina Meyer, b1c4d3e11 and Andries Jan Gysbertus Naude, b1c4d3e12

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About Maria Margaretha Bothma Preller, b1c4d3e5

In the Voortrekkerbegraafplaas van Pietermaritzburg where she is buried it says she 1st married her cousin Christiaan Petrus Bothma and she was born in 1814. After his death in 30/9/1844 she remarried Carel Frederik Preller , the eldest son o d Kmdt Robert Clunie Logie Preller who's son was the journalist, writer and historian, Gustav Preller. No death date is recorded for her there.

I need to confirm source but has it as Died March 7, 1862

Tree on internet as 27 March 1862?

Source: SAG

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Maria Margaretha Bothma Preller, b1c4d3e5's Timeline

February 1, 1814
Pietermaritzburg, Indlovu DC, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
November 5, 1830
February 25, 1832
January 23, 1834
July 2, 1839
Beaufort West, Central Karoo DC, Western Cape, South Africa
May 5, 1846
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa