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SOUTH-AFRICA

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Slave ownership by British at the Cape, after 1806
by Keith Meintjes
6 years, 5 months
Hayward, Jeremiah James
by List user
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Webpages
by Colin Möhr
6 years, 5 months
US Census Collection - Free Access
by Leeanne Blunden
6 years, 5 months
"Blue Berg" by
by Keith Meintjes
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] US Immigration Records: Free Access
by Nivard Ovington
6 years, 5 months
Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] US Immigration Records: Free Access
by Keith Meintjes
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US Immigration Records: Free Access
by Keith Meintjes
6 years, 5 months
Extracts from the Cape Frontier Times October - December 1850
by Sue Mackay
6 years, 5 months
HOPLEY
by Carol Chapman
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Extracts from the Cape Frontier Times July - September 1850
by Sue Mackay
6 years, 5 months
Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Pretoria Archieves - Divorce ELLIS/WOOD
by Andjen07
6 years, 5 months
Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] SOUTH-AFRICA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 275
by bill weidner
6 years, 5 months
Pretoria Archieves - Divorce ELLIS/WOOD
by Andjen07
6 years, 5 months
HOPLEY FAMILY RESEARCH
by Laquita Belinfante
6 years, 5 months
HOPLEY FAMILY RESEARCH
by Kobus Farrell
6 years, 5 months
Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] SOUTH-AFRICA Digest, Vol 8, Issue 276
by List user
6 years, 6 months
Cape Frontier Times
by Sue Mackay
6 years, 6 months
HOPLEY James John Peter , Frederick Christian, Frances & Susanna Mariana circa 1890s Burghersdorp
by Nikki
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Captain George Archer
by Heather Dickson
6 years, 6 months
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