Marthe Catherine Pienaar, b2 SM

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Marthe Catherine Pienaar (le Febvrè), b2 SM

French: Marthe Catherine le Fèvre, b2 SM
Also Known As: "Martha Catherine Le Febre", "Martha Terreblanque", "Martha Pienaar", "Martha Pinard", "Pinard", "Terreblanche"
Birthplace: Stellenbosch, Caap de Goede Hoop, South Africa
Death: 1738
Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Pierre le Fèvre, SV/PROG; Pierre le Febre; Marie de Gravé, SM/PROG and Marie le Febre
Wife of Jacques Pinard SV/PROG and Etienne Terreblanque, SV/PROG
Mother of Maria Magdalene Nortje, b4; Martha Pienaar, b3; Abel Pienaar b5; Hester (Esther Catharina) van der Merwe, b6; Jean Pienaar, b7 and 6 others
Sister of Guilliaume le Febre, b1; Marie Catharina le Febre, b3 SM and Catharina Smit, b4 SM
Half sister of Guillaume le Febre; Gysbert le Febré; Martha Terblanche and Catherina Smit

Occupation: Married 1713
Managed by: Thabu Pienaar
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About Marthe Catherine Pienaar, b2 SM

Alternative death date: 1752.

Stamvader Terreblanche, Terblance, De Blanche

She was the first child of Hugenots parents born @ the Cape.

She was married twice. Her first marriage was to Jacques Pinard & they had 6 children.

Her marriage to Etienne Terblanche produced 2 sons & 2 daughters.

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Marthe Catherine Pienaar, b2 SM's Timeline

July 30, 1684
Stellenbosch, Caap de Goede Hoop, South Africa
July 30, 1684
NGK Kaapstad

Transcription by Corney Keller and Richard Ball

Den 30 dito (Julii)
Pieter de Febre en Maria de Grave
Barbara la Febre

Source: Cape Archives Verbatim Copies VC 603, Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk, baptisms 1665 to 1696.

VC 603 is a photocopy made during the 1980s of the original, made for the Sciences Research Council (HSRC) and a copy was donated to the South African Archives, a copy going to the Cape Town repository and to the Pretoria Repository (where it is part of the FC series).

The original register is now housed in the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerkargief, Noordwal-Wes, Stellenbosch, as G1 1/1.

The transcription was originally made in 2006 by Richard Ball. Corrections were received from Delia Robertson and Alwyn Smit and Corney Keller had now completely revised and amended the original transcript (February 2012).

August 23, 1699
Age 15
Age 14
Drakenstein, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
Age 18
Cape Province, South Africa
October 30, 1706
Age 22
Suid Afrika
Age 23
Cape Colony
Age 27