Genealogy is the study of families, their lineages and history. These are documents, which explore specific groups to varying depths, often are unique and are largely foundered on extensive archival and other tertiary resources explored over several decades.
The outcome of an enquiry following research into Duffus Bros. of Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Circa 1658 to 2010, with particular reference to the South African branch of the family.
The Serrurier Family Tree in Australia, Canada, South Africa and United Kingdom, with special reference to the family Kotzé.
Given the complexity of the Serrurier Family in South Africa, this document deals solely with one line whose origins were in Fraserburg, Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
Relationship to South African Serrurier line, Kotzé of Winburg and Karlhans Weber of Gelnhausen. Authored and kindly provided by Mr Karlhans Weber of Germany.
The David Taylor family tree, photographer of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) Mafeking Siege.
With special reference to South Africa and the Marais family.
With special reference to the family Pelteret.
With special reference to South Africa and the family of Peter Stuart, Chief Military Constable of Mafeking.
The family of Samuel Thomas Williams, with special reference to the family Pelteret, South Africa.