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Durand Soullier, SV/PROG 1 MP (b. - 1739)

Sollier Durand, a shoemaker at Drakenstein ; on 4th October, 1697, he and his wife became members of the Dutch church at Cape Town. He died in September, 1739, and was buried in the Dutch church, Cape ...

Gilles Soullier, SV/PROG 2 MP (b. - 1746)

Sollier, Gillis, brother of Durand, had been a burgher at the Cape since 1697. In 1718 he was permitted to return to Europe with his wife Anna Roulin and son David. In 1731 he returned to the Cape with...

Anne Tastavin (Soullier) MP (deceased)

David Soullier MP (bef.1699 - d.)

Sollier, Gillis, brother of Durand, had been a burgher at the Cape since 1697. In 1718 he was permitted to return to Europe with his wife Anna Roulin and son David. In 1731 he returned to the Cape with...

Janet Soullier MP (deceased)

Janet (Paquin) Soullier MP (deceased)

Jean-Marie Soullier MP (deceased)

Leontin Chrysostome Soulliere MP (1820 - 1899)

1880 U.S. Census: [LDS Family History Library Film #1254609, NA Film Number #T9-0609, Page #124B] Grossepoint, Wayne, Michigan ... Soullier : Leon (b. 1821 Canada, age 59, farm laborer, married, white,...

Louisa Soullier (Beschmout) MP (deceased)

Marie Auger (Soullier) MP (b. - bef.1882)

Marthe Soullier MP (bef.1702 - d.)

Botha, who confuses the families of Gilles Sollier and the settler Durand Soullier, is evidently correct in assuming that the two men were brothers, despite the different spellings of the surname. Appr...

Norman Soullier, Sr. MP (deceased)

Philip Soullier MP (deceased)

Pierre Soullier MP (deceased)

Pierre Soullier MP (bef.1702 - d.)

Gilles Sollier, the colonist whose business ability made him a useful intermediary in the Table Valley settlement for the legal and commercial transactions of inland farmers, joined the Cape church on ...

Shirley Soullier (Johnson) MP (deceased)

Susanne Soullier MP (bef.1699 - d.)

Botha, who confuses the families of Gilles Sollier and the settler Durand Soullier, is evidently correct in assuming that the two men were brothers, despite the different spellings of the surname. Appr...