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A brief note to let you know that Daniel Jacobs' "Handleiding vir
familienavorsing" is now also available on cdbooks-r-us' "freebies-page"
(Select Freebies on the menu at www.cdbooks-r-us.com for this an a number of
other free resources and books)
I please need assistance to trace in the UK what we call in South Africa
the inventory that form part of our records of a deceased estate.
Thus the list of assets that need to be compiled ASAP after the the
The person died in 1895 in England. If it is available I would also want to
get a copy of the list of assets in the deceased estate that was auctioned.
I have managed to access references to wills at
http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ but not to inventories,
liquidation and distribution accounts etc.
Vir gratis Familienavorsing Handleiding gaan na bit.ly/genhandleiding
I am trying to find the date of my grandfather's death, he
was born on the 5th April 1897 and died in 1964 in Parow, Cape Peninsula. I
may be off a year or so either way. I would really appreciate some help.
I am wondering what thoughts, people have regarding Step-Parents.
If a married man has an affair and his "lover" has a child, but the man
stays with his wife, could his wife be referred to as a Step-mother to
the husbands child?
A woman with children from a marriage, moves in with a man and has
children with the man, but never marries the man, but they stay together
into old age and death, could he be referred to as a Step-father?
Or only if the couple marry do they become Step-parents? With changing
times, what would the correct reference be?