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South African Stamouers/Progenitors - Tree Confirmation

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  • Johannes Bruyns, b1 (1717 - 1784)
    Hazel Crampton describes Jan Bruyns and his cousins, Daniel, Hendrik and Johannes de Vries, as having participated in Hendrik Hop's 1761 expedition to the Gariep/Orange River to "find out if the people...
  • Apollonia Esterhuizen, b1 (1706 - 1760)
    Name Apolonia Evertsz Event Type Baptism Event Date 11 Apr 1706 Event Place Stellenbosch, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa Father's Name Abraham Evertsz Mother's Name Katrina La Febre ...
  • Sophia Kluijsman van de Caap, SM/PROG (c.1753 - d.)
    Sophia Kluysman van de Kaap was an emancipated slave married Johan Jacob Greyvenstein/ Greifenstein on 30 July 1769 in Cape Town - born on the 20 March 1726 in Klein Ulmstadt. He died in Cape Town on 2...

A South African Stamouers/Progenitors Geni community support project


Provide a way for South Africa Progenitors collaborators to consult the experienced genealogists to help verify as correct when they add a link or profile that they are not 100% sure is correct.

The focus of this project is intended to be for the moment only PRE 1800 profiles as this part of the tree is maturing now. . But we can extend to later years if we see the tree is maturing to the 1850's

What to do: Simply add any profiles that you need checked. You may want to post something in the comment thread as there are notifications there.

How to participate:

  • Profiles added to this group are being "Bookmarked to be checked later or being submitted to be checked by others.
  • Please feel free to use it in the same way. Link profiles here you want to return to later or if you want them to be checked by others.
  • The experienced Genealogists or those with good resources are invited to participate and monitor linked profiles.

Let's help each other where we can. We get there faster that way.