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I \ ov William Boardman 



1768-1825 



Tcr :t -r ■ ^ Priest 1820 •sMSer'^iarlliSair'Si 



• V V • .'*".'. 



HAROLD B. LEE LIBRARY 



I 



Judy Heaton 



r^RIOHAM YOUNG UNIVERSIT 



Compliments of 
Arthur N. & Maria Dixon Taylor Family 



2.6.6 



Clarence D. Taylor 
2130 Temple View Drive 
Provo, Utah 84604 
U.S.A. 



Rev. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 
1768 - 1825 

AND HIS FAMILY 

TEACHER PRIEST 1820 SETTLER PARTY LEADER 



HAROLD B. LEE LIBRARY ' 
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSIf) 
PROVO, UTAH 



REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 

1768 - 1825 
And His Family 

TEACHER PRIEST 1820 SETTLER PARTY LEADER 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

INTRODUCTION 

Table of Contents iii 

Dedication iv 

Preface by Dawn Dixon Bnimmer v 

Beulah Boardman Laughton vi 

Clarence Dixon Taylor vii 

Explanation of Family Identification Numbers viii 

SECTION I REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN'S ANCESTORS 1 

SECTION II REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 31 

SECTION III MARY BOARDMAN I.D. #1 123 

SECTION IV JUDITH BOARDMAN I.D. #2 133 

SECTION V SUSANNAH BOARDMAN I.D. #3 211 

SECTION VI THOMAS BOARDMAN I.D. #4 215 

SECTION VII MARGARET BOARDMAN I.D. #5 217 

SECTION VIII JOHN ASHTON BOARDMAN I.D. #6 221 

SECTION IX SARAH HAYES BOARDMAN I.D. #7 223 

SECTION X JAMES HAYES BOARDMAN I.D. #8 227 

SECTION XI WILLIAM JOHN BOARDMAN I.D. #9 411 

APPENDIX 

Boardman Alphabetical Name List 451 

Utah Boardman (Dixon) Name List 483 

Beulah Laughton' s Boardman Chart 505 

INDEX 539 

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DEDICATED TO 



Dawn Dixon Brummer 



Beulah Boardman Laughton 







Dawn Dixon Brummer furnished 
documents and Boardman Family 
historical material. 



Beulah Boardman Laughton collected, 
recorded, and constructed a family 
tree of more than 1200 Boardman 
Family names and provided other 
historical material. 



Our sincere APPRECIATION to all 
others who contributed in time, 
talent, finance and advice. 
THANK YOU! 



IV 



PREFACE 



For more than 25 years I have been researching and collecting material on my 
Boardman ancestry, from my isolated sugar cane farm in Rhodesian, Zimbabwe, Africa. 

One letter in the 1820 Settlers Museum Boardman file from Clarence D. Taylor, 
U.S.A., opened up a new branch on the Boardman family tree. 

The genealogical data from Utah, combined with the material collected by my 
cousin, Beulah Boardman Laughton of Joharmesburg, and myself have made possible this book. 

Like so many original documents, the Boardman documents given to me by Mrs. 
Vida Siebert of Harare, Zimbabwe, have now been safeguarded and published. 

I feel it is selfish to keep old documents and just let them deteriate and not be 
useful. In years to come, by placing them in a safe historical archive they can be enjoyed by 
others in reading and using them. 

The original Boardman documents were very fragile and discolored. I repaired 
them as best I could and had copies made of each to be used by all. We are fortunate that we 
have documents after 85 odd years. 

James Boardman, son of Philip William Boardman and Caroline Frances Thomas, 
and his wife, Eveleen meiring of Salisbury, Rhodesia, kept lots of various documents. Their 
daughter, Mrs. Vida Siebert found them, unpacked them and gave them to me. I have given 
the original documents to the 1820 Settlers Museum in behalf of Mrs. Siebert and have given 
copies of these documents to be included in this book. 



DAWN DIXON BRUMMER 



V 



PREFACE 



The settlers who arrived in South Africa's Eastern Cape must have been a tough 
lot. They certainly had to face and overcome immence hardships. But one of their most 
enduring legacies is surely the deep interest that later generations have had in ensuring that ever- 
widening families remain linked, if not in touch. Such a family is the Boardmans, descendants 
of the Rev. William Boardman. 

My Grandfather William Boardman (grandson of William Hayes Boardman, the 
eighth son of Rev. William Boardman) and his brother Clarence both married "Cory" girls. As 
my father (Carrington Boardman) and my mother were very close to their brothers and sisters 
and their cousins, particularly Clarence's children, we all grew up together. I was used to meet 
all my uncles and cousins from both sides. This instilled in me a desire to know the whole 
Boardman family. Wherever the name "Boardman" was mentioned, I was interested. I followed 
up every possible clue. I found the telephone books were a wonderful source of information and 
from there, my interest in the family and my records of the Boardman tree grew and grew. 

Early in 1994 I visited Clarence Boardman' s son in Krugersdorp hospital. Later 
I received a telephone call from the nursing sister at that hospital asking how I was related to 
her patient, because she too was a Boardman descendant. Another family to add to the tree. 
Shortly thereafter I received a telephone call from Pretoria asking me to attend a get-together 
of Boardmans. Another descendant had heard about my interest in the family and I was able 
to meet more Boardmans, including descendants from William John, the ninth child of Rev. 
Boardman. Word had spread that I had a comprehensive list of Boardmans, and I soon received 
many telephone calls from around South Africa and abroad for information on the family. What 
a thrill it is to give folks the information they request. Through these contacts, I have met at 
least one of the descendants of every one of the Rev. Boardman 's grandsons and in many cases, 
several of them. 

My most exciting contact was in 1994, when Clarence Dixon Taylor and his 
nephew Ken Kartchner visited South Africa from Utah. Clarence, a descendant of the Rev. 
Boardman' s second daughter, Judith, then a very sprightly 85 year old, opened up a wonderful 
treasure chest of Boardman family history. Clarence and Ken again visited South Africa in 
1996, this time with his sister Ruth, Ken's mother. At 87, Clarence was still a wonderful 
example of living a good, sometimes hard, but clean life. 

Clarence's love for his family and search for descendants continues to this day. 
As he does so, he brings an ever widening group of Boardman descendants into contact with one 
another, fostering a growing circle of friendship. We thank God for the energy and spirit that 
drives Clarence in this labor of love. The Boardman History Book is a wonderful way to ensure 
that his endeavours are recorded for famre generations of Boardman' s. But at the same time 
it is a challenge to those future generations to ensure that his work is continued 

Beulah Laughton (nee Boardman) 



VI 



PREFACE 



Boardman family members are now identified in Africa, England, Canada, Australia, 
New Zealand, and the United States. 

Prior to April 30, 1931, the Boardman family in Africa had no knowledge of the descendants 
of Judith Boardman Dixon's son, Henry Aldous Dixon who had left Africa on November 1, 
1856, and had gone to the state of Utah in the western part of the United States of America. 
Likewise, the descendants of Judith Boardman Dixon's son, Henry Aldous, had no contact with 
the large Boardman family in Africa. The first contact made by the Utah Dixons with the 
relatives in Africa was by Clarence Dixon Taylor on April 24, 1931 as recorded in the article, 
"Renewal of Family Ties in South Africa," page 189. 

The first contact made by the Africa Boardmans with the Utah Boardmans was by Dawn 
Brummer from Zimbabwe on June 19, 1990 as recorded in "My 2nd Experience in Finding 
Relatives in Africa," page 196. Dawn Dixon Brummer has been collecting historical material 
on the Boardman family with the desire to preserve it in a museum and family book. Dawn and 
her cousin in Johannesburg, Beulah Boardman Laughton, have been sharing material found in 
their research. Beulah has collected this information on a Boardman Family Tree which now 
consists of more than 1400 names. 

If it appears that the Utah Dixon family have overdone their share of the articles and pictures 
in this book it is only because the material was available. Before her death on February 17, 
1947, Maria Dixon Taylor, my mother, had expressed her desire that a Boardman Family 
History book be written. I inherited that desire and goal. Distance and communication between 
four continents, lack of interest by many, lost manuscripts, papers and pictures has made the job 
somewhat difficult and slow. My hope is that this book will be the seed for continued response 
and corrections so that a future edition will include all Boardman family names and pictures. 

Special thanks to Kenneth T. Kartchner for two trips to Africa and assistance with reviewing and 
printing of this book. 

We express our appreciation and thanks to all who have contributed of their time, talent and 
advice. 



Clarence Dixon Taylor 
November 1997 



P. S. Corrections, additional dates, and other family history will be thankfully received. 

Clarence D. Taylor 
2130 Temple View Drive 
Provo, Utah 84604 
U.S.A. 



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EXPLANATION OF FAMILY mENTIFICATION NUMBERS (LD. #) 

An LD. # is assigned to each of the REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN'S descendants, 
according to the FAMILY and the order of BIRTH in that family. 

Only four of the nine children had posterity. 

The family identification numbering system is illustrated by the following examples. 



1. Mary Boardman Earl, Rev. William Boardman's first chUd 

1. h William John Earl, Mary's husband 

1.1 John Earl, Mary and William's first child 

2. Judith Boardman Dixon, Rev. William Boardman's second child 
l.h John Henry Dixon, Judith's husband 

2.1 Anne Judith Dixon, John and Judith's first child 

2.1.1 John Hartman, Anne's first chUd 

2.6 Henry Aldous Dixon, John and Judith's sixth child 

2.6 w Sarah DeGrey, Henry Aldous' wife 

8. James Hayes Boardman, Rev. William Boardman's eighth child 

8. W Ehzabeth Dixie, James' wife 

8.1 Philip William Boardman, James and Elizabeth's first child 

8.2.2.2 Harold Dixie Boardman, the second child of the second child 
of the second child of James and Elizabeth 

9. William John Boardman, Rev. William Boardman's ninth child 
9.W Mary Ann Caldicot, William John's wife 

9.1 Emily Margaret Boardman, Wm John and Mary Ann's first child 

*96311 Jean Boardman, the first child of the first child of the third child 
of the sixth child of William John and Mary Ann 



Additional Notes 

Refers to family on the Bulmer Chart 

X No direct line, but through marriage 

* With 5 digits or more, the periods are omitted 



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Section 1 

THOMAS BOARDMAN 
1746 - 1814 



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HISTORY OF THE FAMILY NAME BOARDMAN 



The Anglo-Saxon English origin of the name Boardman is of occupational origin, 
derived from the work profession of a man. The old English word "horde" signifies a "little 
cottage or house of timber standing alone in the fields" The suflBx "man" was commonly used, 
in medieval England, to indicate one who was a servant. In some instances the surname 
Boardman may have been one who worked with timber cutting it into boards. 

History researchers have found the first record of the name BOARDMAN in 
Lancaster, where they had lived long before the Norman Conquest in 1066. 

The Saxons were invited into England by the ancient Britons of the fourth century. 
Under Saxon rule, England prospered under a series of High Kings, the last of which was 
Harold. 

In 1066 the Normans invaded from France and were victorious at the Battle of 
Hastings. The Saxons were not well treated by the hostile Normans and they moved 
northward to the midlands, Lancaster and Yorkshire, away from the Norman oppression. 

Here in the County of Lancaster the Boardman femily emerged as an influential family 
in the manors and estates and flourished on these properties, intermarrying with other 
distinguished families of the area. 

It was from here irvLancaster County that the Reverend William Boardman and his 
family departed with the 1 820 Settlers for South Africa. 



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BOARDMAN FAMILY 



THE REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN - "THE SETTLER PRIEST", so wrote Eve 
Mathew in her November 17, 1974 article in the Eastern Province Herald. 

The Rev. William Boardman's fether was Thomas Boardman, bom 17 April 1746, at 
Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lanes., England. His mother was Mary Ashton, bom 5 October 1 742, 
at Ashton-in-Makerfield, the daughter of the schoolmaster, Mr. William Ashton, and Ellen 
Glave. 

Thomas Boardman (1746) was a yeoman, a freeholder of the upper class who worked 
his own land. He had his home and considerable property in Sankey and Ashton-in- 
Makerfield; also in Liverpool, land near the docks. He also had dwelling houses on Traflford 
Lane, Liverpool. In Newton he had a third part of a share in a building used as a cockpit. (A 
rooster fighting arena). In the Ashton Chapel he had his private seat or pew. 

Henry A. Dixon, grandson of Rev. William Boardman, writes in his Journal of 1 879 
fi*om Lancaster, England: 

"Grandfether Thomas Boardman (1746), a fermer of Haddock Lodge, visited the Rev. 
Wm. Boardman (1 768), my grandfether residing in Blackburn, it must have been about 1815 
or 1816. This must have been shortly before his decease. He, my gt. grandfather was a 
substantial farmer and his wife was Mary Ashton. 

In his will which is registered in the Bishop's Palace, Chester in the said City of 
Chester, it stated that the descendants of my late grandfather and his brother, James 
Boardman of Blackbrook, near St. Helen's, was to have the proceeds of the sale of some 
landed property situated near Princess Dock, Liverpool, in about the year 1 827. This property 
was bought by the Municipality of Liverpool. This property was considerable in the share of 
it. My grandfather, the Rev. Wm. Boardman drew his portion of it. 

My late grandmother's brother, John Hayes, was a solicitor of Liverpool, the person 
who had the management of this property. 

My gd. Aunt Mary was a maiden lady who had a separate maintenance. She promised 
in her will to remember my sister Susannah (the late Mrs. German) she being her favorite 
niece. 



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My uncle James brother Thomas Boardman in about 1819, was an apprentice of one 
Thomas Barton of Blackburn, an upholsterer. My uncle had heard from him up to 1823. 
Afterwards he knew not what became of hinL He stated in one of his letters that he had 
married a wife. Miss Jane Fuinelove, who was known to my sisters. 

My gd. uncle James Boardman, farmer, had a family of sons. Upon inquiry they can 
be found. 

Haddock Lodge, Winwick, near Ashton and Newton, about 4 miles from Wejan. 
Residence of Thomas Boardman, farmer. 

Fees for searching Church Records. Apply to Vicker. 6d for each year. After 1836 to 
Supt. Register or Register of Births and Deaths. 

For wills apply to Probate Court of any County where there is a Bishop. Pay 1/ for 
searching Index from 1600. Crypts Chamber Register of all names in Chester." 




4 



HENRY A. DIXON DIARY 



Heniy Aldous Dixon, grandson of Rev. Boardman, while serving as a missionary to 
Great Britain, records in his Diary on January 1 879 while searching for the Boardman Family, 
in Lancaster: 

"Can find most of the Boardmans buried in Winnock, 2 miles fi^om Newton; also at 
Ashton, 3 miles fi-om Newtoa Boardmans around Parr & Sutton Oak; descendants of James 
Boardman, son of Thomas Boardman, who moved fi*om Haddock. This Thomas Boardman's 
sons, Richard, Thomas, & James and daughter Alice, own considerable property around 
Sutton Oak & Parr. Peter, son of James died at Hamford, also Peter's sons James and 
Matthew dead. 

Thomas, John, Peter and William living at Hamford. James Living at Whatley Reed 
Farms. James B., son of Richard, living at Pembo Lane. 

Thomas Boardman bom about 1740 or 44. William Boardman about 1776 
William Boardman, farmer, Mrs. Clark's nephew. 
Henry and John Boardman, opposite a collary. 
Thomas Boardman, Winwick, Kenyon Hall. 

A number of Ashton' s live at Burtonwood, joins Parr. James B., son of Thomas, came 
of Ashton New Hall Est. of Lord Garrett. 

Aim Clark of Ashton was a Boardman, Lodge Lane, gatekeeper to Sir Robert Gerratt. 
I think they are of my mother's family; also a John B. around that vicinity." 



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WINWICK, a parish and townsh^) in the hued. of West Derby, union of Warrington, 
County palatine of Lancaster; 2.5 miles south of Warrington, at the junction of the Liverpool 
and Manchester, the Grand Junction of the North Union, railways, and intersected by the 
Sankey canal. 

It contains the chapelries of Ashton-in-Makerfield, Croft, Lowton, Newchurch, 
Newton in Makerfield, and Downall Green; with the townships of Culcheth, Golbome, 
Hadock, Houghton with Middleton and Arbury, Kenyon, and Winwick; the borough of 
Newton in Makerfield, and the lordship of Risley. 

Acres 1,410, Houses 100, population, in 1801, 12,200; in 1831, 17,961 living, a 
rectory in the archd. and dio. of Chester; gross income 4,220 pounds. 

The living of this parish has been regarded as the largest in England; but application 
was lately made to parliament for its division into several districts for ecclesiastical purposes, 
and for the appropriation of the income amongst the several incumbents. 

The church has a lofty spire, of antiquity so great that it is supposed to have been 
erected on the first introduction of Christianity into the island. Here are places of worship for 
Methodists, Independents, Unitarians, and Roman Catholics — ^the last of whom have 
enployed as a chapel, a building of the name of Southworth Hall, which formerly belonged 
to the Roman Catholic college of Stonyhurst. 

Risley chapel, occupied by the Unitarians here, was recently transferred to the 
establishment, in consequence of legal proceedings instituted for the purpose. 

In 1833 there were 33 daily schools in the various townships. The Winwick free 
grammar school is endowed with 34 poimds per annum, and a house rent free. The Winwick 
charities are numerous, and of some value for educational and other purposes. 

In 1838, there were 6 cotton-mills in this parish employing 537 hands. 

(Furnished by John Reuben Bulmer, U.K. June 1989) 



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•pot knowing or believing any lawjul I-,et, or Impediment, by reafon of ;^ny 
J'rfecontract, entered into before the Twenty-fifth .Day otM^rcbt On^ 
Thoufand Seven Hundred and Fifty Four, Confanguinity, AffinltyV'or 
•pnj Qt\\t^ Cauf^jWhatroever^ 19 hipderthe faijd in;^Q^ed.Marriage : And 
PFayed a Licence toTole'mniisc theValJ IVlarriage iniht' l^Qs^Ji^A ^yi^^i^ 

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Typed copy of original 



THOMAS BOARDMAN & MARY ASHTON =Engagemeiit 

Parish License 
The Tenth day of April 
in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty eight 
On which day appeared personally Thomas Boardman of Haydock 

in the Parish of Winwick, County of Lancaster 
and being sworn on the Holy Evangelists alledged and made Oath 
as follows, That he is of the age of twenty-one 
Years and upwards, and a Bachelor and intends to marry 
Mary Ashton of Ashton in the same Parish 
aged twenty one Years and upwards, and a Spinster 
Not knowing or believing any lawful Let, or Impediment, by reason 

of any Precontract, entered into before the Twenty-fifth Day of 
March, One Thousand Seven Himdred and Fifty Four, Confanguinity, 
AfiBnity, or any other Cause whatsover, to hinder the said intended 
Marriage: And he prayed a license to solemnize the said Marriage in 
the Parish Church of Winwick 
Afore said. In which said Parish the said 
Thomas Boardman further made Oath, That the said Mary 
Ashton hath had her usual Abode for the 



space of Four Weeks last past. 



The same Day the said 



signed 



Thomas Boardman 



THOMAS BOARDMAN 



was sworn before me 



JOHN SOME 



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'nimgnh kun^ 'uKtoJ^J^^h} 'y^vcrtnd', Father' 'in 

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^iilav)fui- Attorney ^:^^E!xtcutch\\zAdminl^i^^^^ oriyifftg/usy^- Tt> 
whtfh ^aymaU-^lCand)^^^^ ht^4ti^\^'^ b^l^liffel'iies and 

If'f: ■^^t^v^^ '"-^ ofrus fevtrally for and tn I thesvpoUi 

lour Heirsi Executors^ and.JdminiJiraorSfl ehd.'.the^^^^^ 
[cutorsy and Adminijtrc tors y of"£^L ^ ' 7 T '^ of us firmly 
by thefe Prefents, Sealed with our Seals, and dated the x^^V^ 

Tear of the Reign of our. Sovereign Lord -^e^ ACt ^^J^ 
A'/«g- o/" Greac-Bricain, France, and\xt\zr\^y Defender of - ihe 
'Faith, and . in the Xcar'of our Lord God, One T'houf and Seven 
Hundred and Sixty . ■ r'^'' • ' ■^v-''-- •' • 



. on r.CQPcliuop/ oFjhis Obligation 13 fuch, ,.That if the abovc- 
, ^ JL bounden v/u-?ruu/ /Z^^fi^^^jiUk ;^avf»Q:\iJ^72<a-4-^ >; — 
t-' /2*^X>fe^am^* ' jiow licenced to be married "to^ether/*^ be neither 
-of. Conf^nguiniry." or 'AMnityyihe'one'tp^thefothef^^within the De- 
*2tees' pfbhibitcd'ior^^tffrria'ge V ' Ifjllfo "there be'no^i^e^of Impediment, 
'Reafon'of any'Predoritra^^t^ ■ entered into before^theJT.wen.ty-^i^th 
Day 'of ;Mzrfi>,' One Thoufand'iSeven^^Hundredland dEifty Four,; or 
any. other Jawful Caufc whatfoeyer, but' that they, may be' lawfully 
married f together, vbo;h ' by the vL.aws of^Q/.,0..p,':^^r\d Tthjs Land ; 
*^Morebver,^lf the^PerfonSj^whpfc, ponlpntJs_ requi^Osby JL,^\\: ii^.d^ia 
'behalf, 'be thereunto -agreeing : ' And laftlyj "ifjih^f^^^fi Macfiage^be 
• done and folemnized in fuch Manner, as in the Licence to thern grant- 
■cd liT^limited : "Then this Obligation to bc,yoid,5Qr'!s)'«jSLCcp?ai£i;) 
Tuirporce.and Virtue. 



'healed. and Delivered! 
■'lin the Prejence of J 



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Typed copy of original 



OBLIGATION BOND - Thomas Boardman & 
Mary Ashton, Marriage 

KNOW aU men by these presents , That we Thomas Boardman 
of Haydock, husbandsman and John Ashton 
of Ashton, locksmith both of the Parish of 
Winwick and County of Lancaster 
are bolden and firmly bound unto the Right Reverend, Father in 
God by Divine permission. Lord 

Bishop of Chester in the sum of Fifty 

pounds of good and lawful Money of 
Great Britain, to be paid unto the said Right Reverend Father, 
his lav^ Attorney, Executors, Administrators or Assigns, To 
which payment will and truly be made. We bind ourselves and 

each of us severally for and in the whole, 

our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, and the Heirs, Exe- 
cutors, and Administrators, of each of us firmly 
by these presents. Sealed with our Seals, and dated the tenth 



Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third 
JCing of Great Britain , France, and Ireland, Defender of the 
Faith, and in the Year of Our Lord God, One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Sixty eight 

The condition of this Obligation is such. That the above- 

bounden Thomas Boardman and Mary 
Ashton now licensed to be married together, be neither 
Consanguinity, or Assinity, the one to the other, within the 
Degrees prohibited for Marriage: If also there be no Let or 
Impediment, by Reason of any Precontract, entered into before 
the Twenty-fifth Day of March, One Thousand Seven Hundred and 

Fifty Four, or any other lawfiil Cause whatsoever, but that they 
may be lawfully married together, both by the Laws of GOD, and 



Moreover, If the Persons whole Consent is required by Law in 
this behalf, be thereunto agreeing: And lastly, If the said 
Marriage be done and solemnized in such Manner, as in the 
License to them granted is limited: Then this Obligation 
to be void, or else to remain in full force and Virtue. 



Day of April 



in the 



eighth 



this land: 



Sealed and Delivered 
in the presence of 



THOS. BOARDMAN 



John Sonie 



JOHN ASHTON 



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THOMAS BOARDMAN - MARY ASHTON FAMILY 



THOMAS BOARDMAN, a farmer at Haydock, was bom 17 April 1746. He was 
Christened at Ashton-Makerfield on the 4 May 1746. Married to Mary Ashton, 10 April 1 768 
at Winwick. Died 18 Feb. 1814 at Ashton-Makerfield, Lancashire England. 

MARY ASHTON, wife of Thomas Boardman fi-om a good Lancashire family. She 
was bom 5 October 1742 and was christened 18 October 1742 at Ashton-Makerfield, 
Lancashire, England. Died 12 August 1816 at Ashton-Makerfield. 
They had the following children: 

1 . WILLIAM BOARDMAN, (Rev.) The subject of this history. Was bom 27 October 
1768 at Ashton-Makerfield, Lancashire, England and married Margaret Hayes 15 May 1795, 
He died at Bathurst, Cape of Good Hope, South Afiica on 22 August 1826. 

2. THOMAS BOARDMAN, Flour dealer, bom 17 April 1771 at Ashton-Makerfield, 
Lancashire, England. Married Martha Hicks on 17 November 1792. He died 27 April 1794. 

3. MARY BOARDMAN, bom 16 August 1773 at Ashton-Makerfield, Lancashire, 
England and who died unmarried. 

4. SUSANNAH BOARDMAN, christened 12 June 1776 at Ashton-Makerfield, 
Lancashire, England. Married Ralph Sixsmith 28 June 1801. Died 19 April 1808. 

5. JAMES BOARDMAN, bom 30 April 1779 at Ashton-Makerfield, Lancashire, 
England. Married Nancy (Nanny) Clayton 10 January 1853. 

6. ANN BOARDMAN, bom at Ashton-Makerfield, Lancashire, England. Died 26 
June 1785. 

7. RICHARD BOARDMAN, bom 20 November 1782 at Ashton-Makerfield, 
Lancashire, England. Died young. 

8. JUDITH BOARDMAN, bom 20 September 1784 at Ashton-Makerfield, 
Lancashire, England. Married Joseph Childwall Gore 13 August 1812. 



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Family Group Record - 324 



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3 



Husband j^^^^^ BOARDMAN- 02.2 




Born 

17 Apr 1746 


Place 




Christened 

4 May 1746 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Died 


Place 




Buried 

18 Feb 1814 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 












Married 

10 Apr 1768 


Place 

Winwick, , , England 




Husband's father 

Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 






MRIN: 323 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Judith ORFORD-03.4 w 








□ Deceased 


Wif( 


' Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 




Bom 


Place 




Christened 

Oct 1742 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Died 


Place 




Buried 

12 Aug 1816 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 






□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 






□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

1 M 


William BOARDMAN Reverend-01. i 




Born 

27 Oct 1768 


Place 

Ashton, Makerfield, Lancaster, England 




Christened 

27 Oct 1768 


Place 

Ashton, Makerfield, Lancaster, England 


! 


Died 

22 Aus 1825 


Place 

Bathurst, Cape/Good Hope, , South Africa 


1 


Buried 


Place 

Beaufort Vale, , Cape Province, South Africa 


1 
i 


Spouse 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 






MRIN: 311 




i 


Married 

15Mav 1795 


Place 

Lathom, Ormskirk, Lancaster, England 


Sex 

: M 


Thomas BOARDN^ 


LAN- 01.2 










! 


Bom 

17 Apr 1771 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 










1 


Christened 

4 May 1771 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 












Died 

27 Apr 1794 


Place 










j 

i 


Buried 

27 Apr 1794 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 


1 


Spouse 

Martha HICKS-. 1.2w 






MRIN: 332 




1 


Married 

17 Nov 1792 


Place 

Warrington, , , England 


Sex 
F 


Mary BOARDMA 


N- 013 


i 

! 


Born 

16 Aug 1773 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




1 Died 


Place 


i 


Buried 

1 


Place 




! Spouse 


1 Married 


j Place 


' Sex 
, F 


Susannah BOARD 


MAN-01.4 




i Born 

I 12Junl776 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 










j 


I Christened 


Place 




1 Died 


Place 












1 Buried 

' 19 Apr 1808 


Place 




Spouse 

RalphSIXSMITH-01.4h 






MRIN: 325 






Married 

28 Jun 1801 


Place 

Winwick, . Lancaster. England 



12 Aug 1997 

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Family Group Record - 324 



5 



6 



7 



8 



Husband j^^^^^^ BOARDMAN-.02.2 


Wife 

Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


James BOARDMAN- 01 -S" 




Born 

30 Apr 1779 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 

25 May 1779 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, . Lancaster, England 








Died 


Place 




Buried 

10 Jan 1853 


Place 

Winwick, , Lancaster, England 




Spouse 

Nancv(Nannv) CLAYTON-01.5 w 


MRIN: 337 






Married 

20 Jan 1809 


Place 

Winwick, , Lancaster, England 


Sex 
F 


Ann BOARDMA^^ 


[-01.6 


1 


Born 

13 Aus 1780 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

26 Jun 1785 


Place 


i 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 


1 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Richard BOARDM 


[AN-01.7 




Bom 

20 Nov 1782 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 








Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 






j 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Judith BOARDMAN-01.8 


i 

1 
1 


Born 

20 Sep 1784 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 


j 


Died 


Place 


1 

1 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Joseph Childwall GORE-01.8 h 


MRIN: 326 




i 


i Married 

13Auel812 


Place 

Winwick, , , England 







12 Aug 1997 



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Page 1 of 1 



2 



3 



4 



Husband j^^^^^ BOARDMAN-03.6 


• 


Born 

7 Oct 1721 


Place 

Hay dock, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 

18 Oct 1721 


Place 

Newton-in-Makerf, Winwick, Lancaster, England 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 

, Winwick, Lancaster, England 


Married 

25 Sep 1743 


Place 


Husband's fattier 

James BOARDMAN-04.3 MRIN: 368 □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W □ Deceased 


Judith ORFORD-03.6 w 


1 


Born 


Place 


Christened 

5 Feb 1716 


Place 

Warrington, , Lancaster, England 


Died 


Place 


Buried 

22 Nov 1749 


Place 

Winwick, , Lancaster, England 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Mary BOARDMAJ 


V-02.1 




Bom 

25 May 1744 


Place 

Warrington, , , England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

20 Jun 1745 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


l\/larried 


Place 


1 Sex 

! M 


Thomas BOARDV 


[AN-.02.2 


1 


Born 

17 Apr 1746 


Place 


Christened 

4 May 1746 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 


Died 


Place 


Buried 

18 Feb 1814 


Place 

Ashton-Makerfiel, , Lancaster, England 


Spouse 

Mary ASHTON-02.2 w MRIN: 324 


Married 

10 Aor 1768 


Place 

Winwick. , , England 


Sex 

1 F 


Mary BOARDMA 


N-02.3 


i 

! 


Bom 

27 Nov 1748 


Place 

Ashton in Makers, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Peter BRIMELOW-02.3 h MRIN: 336 


Married 

22 Jul 1770 


Place 

Winwick, , Lancaster. England 


i Sex 
; M 


Robert BOARDMAN-02.4 


i 


Bom 

29 Sep 1749 


Place 

Ashton, , , England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



21 Aug 1997 



Family Group Record - 368 



""^'^^"^ James BOARDMAN-04.3 




Born 

IL oep looy 


Place 

Winwick, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 

LI oep looy 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Married 

3 Jul 1711 


Place 


r 

1 


Husband's father 

James BOARDMAN-05.1 MRIN: 369 □ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Isobel B AXTER-05 . 1 □ Deceased 


Wife 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W 


1 


Born 

1690 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Sarah BOARDMAN-03.1 


1 ■ 


Born 

25 Apr 1712 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster. England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

M 


James BOARDMAN-03.2 


i 

! 


Born 

28 Feb 1714 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

i F 


EUen BOARDMA 


N-03.3 


1 

1 


1 Bom 

22 Aug 1716 


Place 

Newton^^, Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Thomas BOARDN 


IAN-03.4 


i 

i 
i 


Born 

3 Apr 1718 


Place 

Haydock, Ashton, Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

I 27 Feb 1721 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


i Spouse 

1 


Married 


Place 



21 Aug 1997 



Family Group Record - 368 



Page 2 of 2 



James BOARDMAN-04.3 
Isabel HARRISON-04.3W 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



5 



6 



7 



Sex 
M 


Peter BOARDMAI 


^-03.5 




Born 

21 Dec 1719 


Place 

Haydock, , Lancaster. England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 

12 Mar 1720 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Thomas BOARDS 


lAN-03.6 




Bom 

7 Oct 1721 


Place 

Haydock, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 

18 Oct 1721 


Place 

Newton-in-Makerf, Winwick, Lancaster, England 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 

, Winwick, Lancaster, England 


Spouse 

Judith ORFORD-03.6 w MRIN: 323 


Married 

25 Sen 1743 


Place 


Sex 
F 


EUzabeth BOARD: 


MAN-03.7 




Bom 

1724 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



21 Aug 1997 



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In Brief, R. Bulmer sums up the in^rtant parts of the 
following Last Will & Testament of Thomas Boardman. 

Will of THOMAS BOARDMAN 



THOMAS BOARDMAN, yeoman of Haydock, Lancashire 
Will dated: 14 January 1812 

Wife Mary Boardman, farm stock and household goods 
Daughters, Mary and Judith 

To wife: household property in Sankey 

Lease held for life (inter alias) of sister Mary Brimelow 
Leasehold property in Ashton in Mackerfield 

To sister Mary Brimelow: £5 

Children: William Boardman, James Boardman, Mary and Judith 
Granddaughter Mary Sixsmith: £200 

Executors: William, James, Mary and Judith Boardman 

Witnessed by: Thomas White junior 
James Adam 
Thos. Claughton 

Value of estate: imder £100 
Testator died: 16 February 1814 
Probate granted: 20 May 1814 

(Executrix: Judith Boardman now Judith Gore) 



(Supplied by John Reuben Bulmer, U.K. June 1989) 



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Typed copy of original 



Last WILL and TESTAMENT of 
THOMAS BOARDMAN 

TfflS IS THE LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of Thomas Boardman of Haydock in the 
County of Lancaster, Yeoman, made and published this fourteenth day of January in the year 
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve in manner following that is to say First 
I order and direct all my just debts and funeral expenses and the charge of the Probate hereof 
to be paid and discharged from and out of my personal Estate as soon as conveniently may 
be after my decease and subject thereto I give and bequeath imto my loving wife Mary 
Boardman the use and enjoyment of all and singular my flock upon the farm where I now live 
and all my Household goods Furniture Plate Linen and China during the term of her natural 
life and from and after her decease I give and bequeath the same unto and equally between 
my two Daughter Mary Boardman and Judith Boardman their Executors Administrators and 
Assigns equally share and share alike. And all the rest of my personal Estate except what is 
herein after specifically bequeathed I give and bequeath unto my said dear wife her Executors 
Administors and Assigns to her own use absolutely I give devise and bequeath unto my said 
wife Mary Boardman and her Assigns for and during the term of her natural life all those my 
Leasehold Messuages Tenements Lands and Hereditament situate lying and being in Sankey 
in the said County now in the holding of John Ashley and his undertenants subject 
nevertheless to the payment of the yearly Chief or Lords rent of Thirty seven shillings unto 
the representative of the late Thomas Peter Legh Esquire under whom I hold the same lease 
of the term of my life and the lives of my said wife and sister Mary Brimelow And I also give 
and bequeath unto my said wife her Heirs Executors Administrator and Assigns all my share 
and interests of and in a certain Messuage and tenement in Ashton within Makerfield in the 
said County of Lancaster in the possession of Peter Brimelow as tenant thereof which I hold 
under and by virtue of the Leave Granted thereof by the Late Sir Thomas Gerrard under and 
subject to the payment of my proportion of the Lords rent payable for the same unto Sir 
William Gerrard Baronet and his heirs And I do hereby give charge and make chargeable the 



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said two several Messuages or Tenenents to and with the payment of an annuity or clear text 
charge of Five Pounds unto my said sister Mary Brimelow and her assigns during her Natural 
life and the same amount to be paid and payable by two equal half yearly payments in each 
year towit, the first day of May and the first day of November The first payment to begin and 
to be made on such of the said days as shall next happen after my decease And I shall give 
unto my said sister such powers of distreses and Entry on the said Estates and premises for 
recovery if the said annuity or rent charge in case the same shall not be duly paid as are usual 
in cases of rent charge. And fi-om and after the death of my said wife I give devise and 
bequeath the said Leasehold Messuagaes Lands tenenents and Hereditaments unto and equally 
amongst my children William Boardman, James Boardman, Mary Boardman and Judith 
Boardman of such of them as may be then living and the issue of such of them as may be then 
dead such issue taking no greater of other share than the parent or parents of such issue could 
if living have taken and to their several heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns as Tenants 
in Common and not as joint tenants equally share and share alike Subject never the less to the 
payment of the said Lords rent of Thirty Seven Shillings unto the representatives of the said 
Thomas Peter Legh And the said annuity of Five Pounds unto my said sister Mary Brimlow 
during her life I give devise and bequeath all that my Messauage or Dwellinghouse situate 
lying and being in Trafford Lane in Liverpool in the said County of Lancaster now in the 
possession of Daniel Terns as tenant thereof unto my said daughter Mary Boardman and her 
assigns during her natural life and fi-om and after her decease unto and amongst all and every 
or such or more or more of my children grandchildren or such part shares and proportions or 
manner and form and for such Estates and interest as my said daughter Mary Boardman by 
any her Deed of will duly executed shall lawfully Grant release convey devise or appoint the 
same But in case my said Daughter shall not make any such disposition thereof then I give and 
devise in the same manner as my other houses Traflford Lane aforesaid are herein after devised 
I give devise and bequeath all and singular my four Messauages or Dwellinghouses situated 
in Trafford Lane aforesaid and now in the several possessions of Mrs. Ann Gorton Mrs. Ann 
Campbell Mr. John Wilson and Mr. Barnard Johnson as tenants thereof unto and equally 
amongst my said children William Boardman James Boardman Mary Boardman and Judith 
Boardman and their assigns their respective natural lives as Tenants in Common and fi-om and 



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after the decease of any of them to the survivors or the survivor of them during their his or 
her natural Hfe or lives And from and after the decease of all my said children Then I give 
Devise and Bequeath the said four several Messuages or Dwellinghouses in Traflford Land 
aforesaid unto and equally amongs the children of my said sons and daughters William 
Boardman James Boardman Mary Boardmn and Judith Boardman who may be then living and 
the issue of such of them as may be then dead Such issue taking no greater or other share than 
the parent or parents of such issue could if living have taken and to their Heirs Executors 
Administrators and Assigns share and share alike as Tenants in common and not as joint 
tenants Subject nevertheless to the payment of Two hundred pounds to my Granddaughter 
Mary Sixsmith on her attainment to the age of Twenty one years. I Give Devise and Bequeath 
all my third part shares of and in a certain building or Erection in Newton within Mackerfield 
in the said County of Lancaster now used as a Cockpit unto my son James Boardman and his 
heirs during all my Estate term and Interest therin. I also Give Devise and Bequeath all that 
my Seat or Pew situate in the South Aisle in Ashton Chapel unto my said son James 
Boardman his heirs and assigns for ever And whereas the Com Tythes payable to the 
Reverend Geofifrey Homly the Rector of Winwdck for the Township of Haydock are leased 
by the said Geoffrey Homly to me and the late Mr. William Claughton during the life of the 
said Rector I give and bequeath my interest in the said lease unto and equally between and 
amongst my said sons William Boardman and James Boardman and my said Daughters Mary 
Boardman and Judith Boardman their Executors Administrators and Assigns And all the rest 
Residue and remainder of my Real Estate ^\dlatsoever and of what nature or kind soever I give 
devise and bequeath unto and equaly between and amongst my said sons William Boardman 
and James Boardman and my said daughters Mary and Judith Boardman and thir Heirs 
Executors Administrators and Assists forever share and share alike as Tenants in Common 
and not as joint tenants An I do hereby order and direct that my Executors herein after named 
shall and may deduct and retain from and out of the money which shall or may come to their 
hands by virtue of all such costs and expenses as they or any of them shall be put imto or 
expend in the execution of the Trusts herein concemed or in any wise relating thereto and that 
they my said Executors of the survivors of them his or her Heirs Executors or Administrators 
shall not be answerable one for the other or others of them but each of them or himself and 



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herself and his or her own Heirs Executors Administrators receipts and Deeds and Defaults 
and those only that are wilfiil nor shall they be answerable or be able to make good any loss 
which may happen without their respective wiMiil defeults And lastly revolting all former wills 
by me at any time hereto for made I do hereby publish and declare this to be my last WILL 
and TESTAMENT and thereof nominate and appoint my said sons William Boardman and 
James Boardman and my said two daughters Mary Boardman and Judith Boardman 
Executors and Executrixes hoping they will see the same duly performed as my trust is in 
them reposed In witness ^\dlereof I Thomas Boardman have to the iSrst three sheets of this my 
WILL contained in four sheets of paper set my hand and to the fourth and last sheet theeof 
set and put my hand and Seal the day and year first before written. 

SIGNED THOMAS BOARDMAN 

Signed Sealed Published and declared by the said 
Thomas Boardman the Testator as and for his last 
Will and Testament in the presence of us who have 
hereunto subscribed our names as Witnesses to 
attest the same in his Sight and presence and in 
the Sight and presence of each other. 
Signed by Thomas White Junior 

James Adeem (or Adum) 

Tho. Claughton 

The twentieth day of May 1814 James Boardman and Judith Gore (late Boardman) as 
Executor and Executrix of the Executors in this Will named, were sworn in common form 
(and power being reserved to William Boardman & Mary Boardman, the other Executor & 
Executrix therein, also named, to take upon them the Execution of the said Will, when they 
shall lawfully request the same) and they further made Oath that the personal Estate and 
Efifect of the Testator within the Diocese of Chester, were under the value of 100 (pounds) 

Before me 

Edwd. Libson (or Gibson) Surrogate. 

The Testator died the sixteenth day of February 1814. 

PROBATE ISSUED 
Dated 20 May 1814 



Original Copy 
(Next page) 



SEAL OF 
SAME 



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ENQUIRIES SEARCH 
Of the Thomas Boardman ( 1 748- 1814) Estate 
In England 

In August of 1886, James Boardman son of Rev. William Boardman and grandson of 
Thomas Boardman (1748-1814), engaged a solicitor by the name of Fred Beck of No. 30, 
Franklin Street, Manchester, England, to make a searching Enquiries into the Estate of his 
grandfather, the above named Thomas Boardman. 

Thomas Boardman had been very successful accumulating valuable property in 
Liverpool and Manchester, England. It had been left by will to his children and grandchildren. 
Refer to the Last Will and Testament, 

Being isolated in far off Africa and communication by sail ing vessels so slow, 
undependable and indefinite, and possibly never having received any of his 

inheritance money prompted James to begin the investigation. 

The following documents are letters written by 

James Boardman, furnishing documentation of the heirs of the Estate. 

Of Rev. William Boardman' s femify in South Africa, in 1886, he and his sister, Sarah 
Hayes Boardman Crause, of Grahamstown, South Africa, were the survivors. James Hayes 
Boardman died just three years later, Aug 22, 1889. 



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Typed Copy of Original Document 



Barkly East 



Eastern Province 



Cape of Good Hope 



4th March 1886 



To Frederick Beck, Esq. 



Manchester 



England 



Dear Sir 



I am well acquainted with your Brother, he has told me of the respectability of your 
Father and yourself and he informs me, that he has written to you, and did tell you of our 
Family (in Africa) and had an interest in some property situated in Liverpool and near 
Manchester and that you kindly undertook to make searching enquiries in this matter. 
I now avail myself of your kindness and enclose Documents required in your research. 
You will please on receiving of these, acknowledge the same and any further information, you 
will please put down on paper in the shape of questions that may give deal with answering. 

Your Brother's present employment is farming and fencing in farms in this 
neighborhood. I see him frequently in this Town Barkly East. 



I remain 



True Copy of original 



Dear Sir 



W H Smithers 



Yours faithfriUy 



Mar. 4 1886 



JAS BOARDMAN 



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Typed Copy of Original Document. 



My recollection of my late Grandfether Thomas Boardman of Haddock Lodge Farmer in the 
Co. of Lancashire - viz. 

I saw him when on a visit to my Father The Rev'd W Boardman then living in Blackburn. My 
Grandmother was Mary Ashton of a good Lancashire Family, they had the following family 
of children viz. (1) Thomas who died young, tho married left no children (2) William 
Boardman was married and had a family of 4 sons and 5 daughters (vice) the other list. (3) 
Mary wdio died unmarried. (4) James who was married and had a family. When last heard of 
was residing on a ferm called Blackbrook near St. Helen's (5) Judith who was married to 
Joseph Gore. I believe also a Farmer. 

Declared before me at Barkly East this 4th March 1 886. 

E.S. HAYLES 

True Copy 

W H SMITHERS J BOARDMAN 

March 1886 

Note: 

Letter written by James Hayes Boardman (1 806-88) on 4th March 1 888 to Mr. Fred 
Beck, 32 Foimtain St., Manchester, England, a solicitor. This letter was written at Barkly 
East, Cape, South Africa. 
Note: 

From papers with Mrs. Vida Seibert of Harare, Zimbabwe, daughter of James and 
Eveline Meiring Boardman, Harare, Zimbabwe. Given to me and I donated them in Nov. 
1988, in her behalf, to the 1820 Settlers Archives. 

Dawn Brummer 
P. O. Box 343 
Chiredzi, Zimbabwe 
Great Granddaughter 4 Gen. Removed 
To Rev. William Boardman 



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Typed Copy Of Original Document 

Thomas Boardman of farm of Haddock Lodge in Lancaster 
Father of James Boardman, died in abt. 1818 leaving considerable property the same to be 
distributed on death of his sons and daughters amongst their survivors 

The Father of James Boardman (The Revd Wm Boardman M A , died at Bathurst, 
Lower Albany, Cape Colony in the year 1 825 and Mother in 1 823 at Beau fort Vale , Lower 
Albaoy. James Boardman being the only survivor in this Country, there still is a Sister, wife 
of the late John Crause residing in Grahamstown. Uncle James Boardman of Black Brook 
near St. Helens left several children and uncle Joseph Gore left a femily also, Mary Boardman 
(an aunt) an old maid was well provided for during her lifetime and the property to revert to 
the original grantors property for the benefit of the surviving grandchildren of Thomas 
Boardman of Haddock Lodge. This property consists of Buildings situated on the edge of old 
dock in Liverpool formerly used as an hotel. This property in Liverpool 

page 2 

was sold to the guild of that place. 

For the purpose of enlarging the dock in 1827 for the sum of 27,000 pounds. 
Farm named Sankey Viaduct, where trains passes through fi'om Manchester to Liverpool. 
The will of the said Thomas B. is registered by him in the Diocese of Chester Palace in 
Lancaster of which a copy can be had on application. 

In the year 1819 my late Father the Revd Wm Boardman left Blackburn in Lancashire with 
the whole of his family and proceeded to London by Stage Coach to join what was called 
Willson's Party of the British Settlers. This party consisted of 102 Heads of Families and was 
appointed by Gov't as their Chq)lain and was to receive an income of 200 pounds per annum. 

In the month of Dec. on third the "Z,^? Bella Alliance" and the above party and sailed 
down the Thames through Strait to the open sea bound for the Cape of Good Hope. 



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page 3 

Arrived in Algoa Bay on the 24th day of May and was conveyed by Government to the 
locations in Lower Albany. 

JAMES BOARDMAN 

Declared before me on the 4th day of March 1 886 at Barkly East Cape Colony 

HNes 

Copy correct 

Mr. Fred Beck 

No 30 Franklin St 
Manchester 

England 

Note: 

Written by James Hayes Boardman (grandson of Thomas Boardman and son of 
Rev. William Boardman and brother of Judith Boardman who married Dixon.) 

Obviously Boardman heirs instigated querry regarding the will and money left in 
England. 

Original was given to me by Mrs. Vida Seibert of Harare, Zimbabwe, daughter of 
James and Eveline Meiring Boardman. The original letter was brittle and fading so I made 
a photocopy and donated the original to the 1820 Settlers Archive in Nov. 1988, in behalf 
of James and Eveline. 

Dawn Brummer 
P. O. Box 343 
Chiredzi, Zimbabwe 
Great Granddaughter 4 Gen. Removed 
To Rev. William Boardman 



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Section II 

REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 
1768 - 1825 



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BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF 
WILLIAM BOARDMAN 

William, son of Thomas Boardman, bom October 27th (1768) 
Baptized Nov. 23rd 1768. 

We certify the above to be a true copy from the Register of the Chapel of Ashton 
the Parish of Winwick in the County of Lancaster. 

JOHN WOODROW - Minister 
JOHN PERT - Warden 




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THE SETTLER PRIEST 

UNMARKED GRAVE ENDED 'GREAT ADVENTURE' 

By Eve Mathew 
Eastern Province Herald, South Africa 
Thursday Nov. 7, 1974 

Not all the 1820 Settlers elected to come to the Cape Colony. Some had emigration 
thrust upon them and some were drawn into the great adventure by the call of duty. Such a 
call was the Rev. William Boardman, the first Anglican Minister in the Eastern Province. 

His name is not femiliar to many, even of those who are proud to be the descendants 
of Settlers. He hardly had time to become famous. But he was my ancestor and we in the 
family he founded in South Africa know something of his story passed on by word of mouth 
from one generation to the next and recorded in letters. 

William Boardman, MA, BD (axon), was the son of a man of influence and property ~ 
farmland in Haydock and vicinity and commercial property near the Princess Dock, Liverpool. 
He was asked to accompany those settlers who formed the party under Thomas Willson in 
the ship Belle Alliance. 

Twenty-one ships carried the 4,000 Settlers, and, although everything possible was 
done to prevent sickness and disorder, and all comfort given the sick or feeble, it was a 
difl&cult voyage. Only the sense of duty of those in charge of the parties helped to quell many 
quarrels, and the feith practiced by those conducting services were a tremendous help to all. 

By the time the first emigrant shq) arrived in Algoa Bay, Sir Rufijs Donkin had arrived 
to welcome the Settlers. Those early Settlers proved then, as they did later upon arriving at 
their isolated locations, that they were prepared to endure every hardship they were called 
upon to bear. 

Their descendants have exerted an influence out of all proportions to their numbers. 
The English speaking people are, even now, a minority of the population, but their creativity 
stimulated immense development from the beginning. Their skills and experience have 
developed this vast and as it then was, waste land. 

We owe the settlers high praise for blazing a path across the hard veld, living in 
constant danger and discomfort. They had faith m what they had set out to do and they had 



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the courage to match it -and none more so than the Rev. William Boardman. 

Little has been written about the life and work of this Minister, probably because he 
lived for only jSve busy years in his new country. 

Those first years were vital ones and brought many stresses and problems of every 
kind to all the Settlers. As he was a naturally kind and gentle person, he suffered greatly fi-om 
the strain of being in charge of the party after Willson abruptly, deserted it. 

The late, Mr. Morse Jones was an ardent admirer of the "Rev. William" as he knew 
of all the effort he expended upon those in his care. 

William Boardman was a classical scholar with a highly cultivated mind. He resigned 
the headmastership of Blackburn Grammar School to join the Settlers in 1 819. Although he 
expected to teach as well as preach he was not prepared for the heavy burdens placed upon 
his shoulders. 

When Willson relegated to him the entire responsibility of division of land, doling out 
stores and many other duties he accepted the challenge with characteristic fortitude; not 
because he felt capable of this, but because it was his duty. 

When he and his family were taken to their location at Bathurst and left on the bare 
veld, his courage must have faltered but he carried on. From an extract of a letter to his son 
in England we read "I have been continually busy and the heat and the distances I have to 
travel by horseback have so wearied me that my clothes have grown a world too wide". 

A sad little complaint from a man who often had to be lifted fi"om his horse after long 
rides to Grahamstown, where he had conducted a service. His flock were scattered far and 
wide and he never foiled to comfort those who lost their children or flocks to the marauders 
and wild animals about them. 

He showed great moral strength when faced with those Settlers who tried by 
ingenious methods to obtain stores and other facilities undeservedly. In a letter to Willson he 
said, "I can only observe that I have enemies whose enmity I trust prove inqwtent, as it 
is founded not injustice, the ill will they bear me arising from my refiisal to connive at their 
atten^ts to impose upon the Government." 

In 1 823 he asked for a passage to England after his wife's death. On January 1 , 1 824, 
he received his formal appointment as Master of Bathurst Grammar and Mathematical School, 



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and the school was opened in the Residency. He was also responsible for teaching at 
Cuylerville. His salary as Chaplain and other appointments was 200 pounds a year. 

He wrote to his son that he found Bathurst delightful, resembling a park, the air and 
water being very good. There was an abundance of game in the district — plus elephants, 
baboons, leopards and the hyenas whose laughter chilled the blood of those traveling at night. 

His high hopes of good crops were shattered by the rust and other pests and when the 
Colony was reduced to extreme distress he asked for some mode of relief 

As many settlers had left the land by 1823 he had the problem of re-division and many 
arguments arose because of this. 

WiUiam Boardman built a house on his plot at Beaufort Vale and the sneezewood 
poles are still standing, but his grave and that of his wife have been ploughed over and no 
frame remains of them. 

The faith and sense of duty of this Minister were of a high order, and we that enjoy 
the fecilities of a civilized country cannot be grateful enough to those hardy and courageous 
men and women who struggled against so many odds to endure to the end what they had set 
out to do. 

They have left their descendants to carry the torch for them and those of the "Rev. 
William" are justly proud of their ancestor. 

Many have travelled fer in time and service to our country. Some Ue with Rhodes, 
having lost their lives at the hands of the Matabele. James Boardman, who died at the age of 
85, was awarded the OBH for a lifetime of meritorious service to Rhodesia. 

I am proud to be one of his descendants and among the many who have a deep and 
abiding love of our country. I hope that one day the spot where this valiant pilgrim passed his 
last years in service will be marked by some small monument to show our gratitude. 

What more can a man do but to lay down his life for his fiiends? We salute him as we 
remember. 



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NOW all Men iy ihife Prefintt, That vit\^^^2^C^^ J^^m^^ 



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are bolden and firmly ^bound unte the Right Reverend Father in 

God — /pt'CCt! a.-r>^ ■ ' hy DivinezFermifii»n%'^Lord \ 

Bi/hop of^ -^Kjt^ti^ir _' in the Sum of Five^ buTidred Pounds J 
of good and lawful Money of Great Britain, to be paid unto the 
/aid Right Reverend Father^ hts ' lawful Attorney ^ , Executors^ - 
AdminifiratorSy or Afiigns\ to which Payment well and truly to 
he madCf we hind ourjeives and each of us feverally for and in the 
whoUy our Heirs y Executors^ and Adminijlrators, and the Heirs ^'^ 
Executor Si and Adminiflratori^ of each of us firmly by theft Prefents» 
Sealed with our Seals, and dated the f^'Z-t^c^njZ^ 1 - 'Day of 

in the fXt^^ ^'/^"^ ^"i" 

our Sovereign Lord -^c^jj^ Kini of Great Briuin, 

France, and IrcJancT, Defenaer of the Faith, and in the Tear 
of our Jjord Qod^ One Tboufand Seven Hundred and Ninety jt^. 



THE Condition of this Obligation is luch, chat if the abovc- 
bounucn /i->'uZe^.<x^-^ J2aa^ ^^^.^^ 

(^ftfC-f now licenfed to be marric.d together, be neither 

of Confanguinity, or Affinity, the one to the other, "within the De- - 
grees prohibited for Marriage : If aifo there be no Let or Impedi- 
ment, by Reafon of any Prccontraft, entered into before the Twenty- 
fifth Day of Marchy One • I'houfand Seven Hundred and Fifty 
Four, or any ether lawful Caule whatfocvcr, but that they may be 
lawfully married together, both by the Law$ ot GOD, and this 
Land : Moreover, it the Ferlons, whofc Conlent is required bjr 
Law in this Behalf, be thereunto agreeing: And laftly, iJ" the faid 
Marriage be done and folcmnized in fuch Manner, as in the Licence 
to them granted is limitied : Then this Obligation to be void, ©r 
clfe to remain in full Force and Virtue. 




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MARRIAGE OBLIGATION 



KNOW all Men by these Presents, That we William Boardman 
Schoolmaster & Robert Thompson husbandman 
both of the Parish of Ormskirk in the County of 
Lancaster and Diocese of Chester 

are holden and firmly bound unto the Right Reverend Father in 

God William by Divine Permission, Lord 

Bishop of Chester in the sum of Five hundred Pounds, 

of good and lawful Money of Great Britain, to be paid unto the 

said Right Reverend Father, his lawful Attorney, Executors, 

Administrators, or Assigns; to which Payment well and truly to 

be made, we bind ourselves and each of us severally for and in the 

whole, our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, and the Heirs, 

Executors, and Administrators, of each of us firmly by these Presents. 

Sealed with our Seals, and dated the fifteenth Day of 

May in the Thirty fifth Year of the Reign of 

our Sovereign Lord George King of Great Britain, 

France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, and in the Year 

of our Lord God, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety five. 



THE Condition of this Obligation is such, that if the above- 
bounden William Boardman & Margaret 
Heyes now licensed to be married together, be neither 
of Consanguinity, or Affinity, the one to the other, within the De- 
grees prohibited for Marriage : If also there be no Let or Impedi- 
ment, by Reason of any Precontract, entered into before the Twenty- 
fifth Day of March, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty 
Four, or any other lawful Cause whatsoever, but that they may be 
lawfully married together, both by the Laws of GOD, and this 
Land : Moreover, if the Persons, whose Consent is required by 
Law in this Behalf, be thereunto agreeing : And lastly, if the said 
Marriage be done and solemnized in such Manner, as in the Licence 
to them granted is limitted : Then this Obligation to be void, or 
else to remain in full Force and Virtue. 



Sealed and delivered } 
in the Presence of } 



R. ANDREWS 
Q. THOMPSON 



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not knowing or beliering any lawful Let, or Impediment, by reafon of any 
Pr^contrad Confangu.n.ty. Affinity, or any other lawful Caufe what^ 
focvcr, to hinder the faid intended Marriarc iJfAnd nr,^.^ t • 
to folemnizc the faid Marriage in the " 

.aforefaid In which faid /a^,^ ^ ^/ ^^^^T'.^.-'TJin^^;^,^ 
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WILLIAM BOARDMAN & MARGARET HEYES 

Parish License 
The fifteenth Day of May in the 
Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred 
and Ninety five. 
ON which Day appeared personally WILLIAM BOARDMAN 
of the Parish of Ormskirk in the County of 
Lancaster & Diocese of Chester - School Master » 
and being sworn on the Holy Evangelists alleged and made 
Oath as follows That he is of the Age of twenty-one 
Years and upwards and a Bachelor and intends to marry 
Margaret Heyes of the same place 
aged twenty one Years and upwards, and a Spinster 
not knowing or believing any lawfiil Lee, or Impediment 
by reason of any Praecontract, Consanguinity, Assinity, 
or any other lawfiil Cause whatsoever, to hinder the 
said intended Marriage: And he prayed a License to 
solemnize the said Marriage in the Parish Church of 
Ormskirk 

aforsaid in which said Parish of Ormskirk the said 
William Boardman fiirther made Oath, That the said 
William Boardman bath had his usual Abode for the 
space of Four Weeks last past. 

The same Day the said 
William Boardman 

was sworn before me, Wm. Boardman 

and License issued, 
R. Andrews 



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Letter of Recomendation 
Newton May 6th 1803 
My Lord 
In obedience to your Lordships 
orders, I humbly beg leave to inform your Lordship 
that my reason for petitioning an assistant Curate, in 
that I am far advanced in years being nearly 78 and 
infirm. Wm Boardman was Ducate for 7 years under 
the Rev. Mr. Ashton of Newton and afterwards removed 
to the Crammer School at Manchester imder Mr. Lawson 
being there 3 years. He has since performed the 
office of a Schoolmaster at the Grammer School at 
Ashton and Newbourgh which last place / Newbourgh / 
he left on account of the Failure of a term in 
whose hands the greatest part of the Schoolmasters 
income was lodged. He is now at Newton, Lanes. 
School making near a Himdred a year. For his 
abilities reference may be had fi*om that Rev. 
Dr. Blackburn, the Rev Mr Komby, the Rev Wm. 

Heron. 

With the greatest Respect I am 
My Lord 
your Lordships most obedt humble. 
Servt. FRANCIS BRYON 



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NOMINATE TO OFFICE OF CURATE 
In Newton Chapel 

To the Right Reverend Father, in God, Henry Williams, Lord Bishop of Chester. 

These are to certify to your Lordship that I, Francis Bryon, Curate of Newton in the 
County of Lancaster and your Lordship's Diocese of Chester do hereby nominate William 
Boardman to perform the OflSce of Curate in my Chapel of Newton aforesaid, and do promise 
to allow him yearly the sum of forty pounds for his maintenance in the same, and to continue 
him to oflBciate in my said Chapel until he shall be otherwise provided of some ecclesiastical 
preferment, unless by fault by him committed he shall be lawfully removed from same. 

And, I hereby solemnly declared that I do not fraudulently give this certificate to 
entitle the said Wiiam Boardman to receive Holy Orders, but with a real intention to employ 
him in my said Chapel according to what is before expressed. 

Witnessed to my hand this 25th day of April 1 804. 

Signed Francis Bryon 



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TESTIMONIAL TO BECOME A PRIEST 

To the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Williams, by divine permission Lord 
Bishop of Chester. 

Whereas our well beloved in Christ, William Boardman of Newton, in the County of 
Lancaster, of your Lordship's Diocese of Chester, bath declared us his intention of offering 
himself a candidate for the sacred office of a Priest for that end hath requested of us letters 
Testimonial of his learning and good behaviour. We therefore, whose names are underto 
subscribed, do testify, that the said William Boardman having been personally known to us 
for the space of three years last past, during that time lived piously sober and honestly, and 
dihgently applied himself to his studies, nor bath he at anytime/ as far as we know or have 
heard/ maintained or written anything contrary to the doctrine of the Church of England and 
moreover, we think him a person worthy to be admitted to the sacred order of a Priest. 
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands this 21^ day of April, 1804. 

Whitehead, Curate of Becconsal 
Rich. Garr, Minister of Billinge 
Joseph Ainly, Curate of Hale 



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JOB CHARACTER, QUALIFICATION LETTER 

Aug'st 18, 1808 

Dear Sir 

Not having had any communication with Mr. Boardman since I received the fevour 
of your last letter, I did not trouble you with an immediate reply which Mr. Boardman 
proposed to do himself the pleasure of waiting upon you tomorrow to confer with you upon 
the subject of the school at Blackburn and I shall be very glad to hear that an arrangement has 
been made to his satisfaction for which I think him a most worth and deserving character. 
With respect to his ability to fQl the duties of the situation, which I hope vmder your patronage 
that he will attain, I doubt not that he will be found qualified to do so - he is an excellent 
classical scholar, a good mathematician and accountant and in point of moral character, I 
think of him most fevourably and what is in these times in my mind no small recommendation 
when, he possesses a very strong attachment to the Government and constitution of his 
Country — being known, in short Mr. Boardman will be found a very valuable, but he is very 
shy and diffident which may prevent his making so favourable an impression on his first 
introduction — I beg leave to return you my best thanks for your polite attention to my 
letters and for your kindness to give the information I have requested, which I trust has not 
failed to make upon my fiiend its due impression. 

I remain. Dear Sir, 

Yours very faithfiiUy and truly, 

Haydock Lodge 

Thursday Night Signed T. CLAUGHTON 



NOTE: By Dawn D. Brummer: 

The above correspondence refers to his seeking a position as schoolmaster to the 



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Blackburn Grammar School Obviously by this time, he had completed his service within the 
Church. . .could the size of his growing family have forced this move? 

He stayed at the school from 1808-1819 and he was then one of the 1820 Settlers to 
the Cape of Good Hope Colony. 

This manuscript lodged with the 1 820 Settlers Museum Archives in Grahamstown, 
C. P., South Africa. 

From A History of the Grammar School at Blackburn 

N.3. Queen Elizabth's was formerly Blackburn Grammar School 

APPENDIX II 



LIST OF HEADMASTERS 
(with Date of their Appointment) 



1514 Sir Edmund Bolton 

1535 Thomas Burgess 

1584 R. Wilson 

1588 Laurence Yates 

1592 Bernard Smythe 

(till 1597) 

1608 Edward Browne 

1612 Thurston Collinson 

1623 ]ohn Hargreaves 

1625 Richard Halstead 

1635 William Duckworth 

1641 John Swindlehurst 

1656 Charles Sagar 

1666 John Sherburne 

1667 Thomas Wyld 

1668 Oliver Halliwell 

1669 Charles Sagar, pro tern 

1670 John Oddie 

1703 Thomas Wade 

1704 Robert ffoster 

1705 George Smith 

1731 Rev. Thomas Holme 

1736 Daniel Markland 

1737 Rev. Thomas Hunter 
1750 Rev. Robert Smith 
1754 Richard Guest 

1769 Rev. John Wilson 

1787 Rev. Samuel Dean 

1792 Rev. Thomas Jackson 

1803 Rev. James Holme 

1808 Rev. William Boardman 

1819 Thomas Atkinson 

1845 Rev. John B. Bennett 

1855 Thomas Ainsworth 

1894 Frank Allcroft 

1903 George A. Stocks 

1919 Arthur Holden 

1947 N. S. Trevor Benson 

1956 Brian H. Kemball-Cook 

1965 Douglas J. Coulson 



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INTERVIEW FOR BLACKBURN SCHOOL 

EdgeHiU 
24th August 1808 

Dear Sir, 

I have obtained a (leave) for three w^eeks, in which time as I have informed my patrons 
here, I trust that Blackburn School will be determined. If therefore the Governors would fix 
the day of examination as soon as they conveniently can, they would confer on me a real 
favour. 

Having forgotten the name of the gentleman who is the Secretary of the Governors, 
I request you wUl inform him, as soon as possible of my intentions to stand for the school 
(standards ?) as it is probable that I shall never see the advertisement, I desire that you will 
acquaint me with the day of meeting, as soon as it is fixed. 

As I would wish to come in with the unanimous consent of the Governors, you will 
make an apology if I have unintentionally offended any by not waiting upon them, as my time 
would not admit it. 

In hopes to hear fi-om you shortly, if not doubting but that, if I come to Blackburn, 
we may be of (essential ?) service to each other bring the school into a respectable state. I am 

Your's Sincerely 
Signed WM. BOARDMAN 
My present patrons will part with me with great reluctance before Christmas. They 
have however consented that, if I obtain the school, I may come at Michaelmas, if the 
Governors think it absolutely necessary. 



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WILLIAM BOARDMAN 

School Master - Priest 

Rev. William Boardman, son of Thomas and Margaret Hayes Boardman, was bom 
October 27, 1768, at Winwick, Lancaster, England. 

It was probable, that William Boardman, in his early twenties, around 1788-1 789, that 
he served as Ducate with the school master. Rev. Mr. Ashton. Here in Newton he served, 
under his personal direction for seven years. J.R. Bulmer quotes: "Mary Ashton was likely 
the daughter of Mr. William Ashton, school master, she was baptized at Ashton-Makerfield 
8 October 1742. This helps to e?q)lain why eldest son, William, went to Grammar School and 
was a 'literate person' acceptable for ordination in 1803." 

About the time William Boardman married Mary Ashton, 1 5 May 1 795, he joined the 
Grammar School at Manchester, under the direction of Mr. Lawson, where he served for 
three years. For a short time he also performed as school master at the Grammar School of 
Ashton and Newborough. 

It was while he was at Newton School in Lancaster, May of 1 803 that he made 
application as assistant Curate to Francis Bryon at the Newton Chapel School. By April of 
1 804 he became Curate of the Newton Chapel School. 

In a written Testimonial executed by the Curate of Beconsal; the Minister of Billings; 
and the Curate of Hale, they recommended William Boardman be ordained to the holy order 
of Priest. This ordination was consumated in May 1804. 

While in Newton on 24th of August 1 808, he made application to be interviewed and 
examined for the position as head master of the Blackburn School. 

In a formal, oflBcial document issued by the eight Governors of the Grammar School 
of Blackburn they appointed William Boardman to become the Upper Master of the 
Blackburn Grammar School with an annual salary or stipend of thirty pounds and other 
requisites belonging to that ofiBce. He held that position from 20 Sept. 1808 until December 
1818, when he resigned to accompany the Willson Party of Settlers to the Cape of Good 
Hope, South Africa, as a Priest, School Master, and Settler. 



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GOVERNORS APPOINTMENT OF UPPER MASTER 
Blackburn Grammar School 

Blackburn 28th Sept. 1808 

We whose names are herunto subscribed, being Governors of the Free Grammar 
School in this town, assemble this day for the purpose of appointing an Upper Master of the 
said school pursuant to notice given in the Blackburn, Cambridge, Oxford, Lancaster, and 
Leeds newspapers, do elect the Rev. William Boardman of Edge Hill in West Derby in the 
County of Lancaster to be Upper Master of the said school, in the place of the Rev. James 
Holme late Upper Master, who has resigned and order that the said William Boardman shall 
receive the annual salary or stipend of thirty pounds and other requisites belonging to that 
office. 

And we appoint Mr. James Neville Treasurer, of the said School. In testimony 
whereof we have hereunto fixed our common seal. 

HENRY FIELDING 
L.P. (SEAL) R.P. CARDWELL Jun'r. 

T. H. CARDWELL 
GEO. HORNBY 
WILLIAM MINTIN 
ABRAHAM PAYONE 
RIGHT). HOGHLON 
THOS. BRANDSWORTH 



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BLACKBURN GRAMMAR SCHOOL SCHEDULE AND TERMS 



Most of the schoolmasters of the Grammar Schools around 1737 were clergymen who 
supplemented their scholastic salary with a clerical stipend. 

The march of time had brought little change in school hours or master's salaries. In 
1 803, the governors ordered that the master and usher must attend from six to eight and from 
nine to twelve in the morning and from two to five in the afternoon. The Master's salary was 
32 pounds, the Usher's 27 pounds, both with perquisites added but not specified. In the 
following year they were fixed at 100 pounds and 60 pounds respectively but without 
perquisites. 

One headmaster who ejq)lored every avenue for means of augumenting his salary was 
the Rev. W. Boardman. From the various notices which appeared from time to time in the 
Blackburn Mail setting out the terms for which the Headmaster was prepared to discipline and 
instruct the rising generation, it seems that the curriculum depended largely upon what the 
Head was prepared to do. Thus the Rev. W. Boardman in 181 1 seems to have been a very 
versatile teacher, prepared to teach additional subjects — at additional cost. He also conducted 
evening classes (at an extra fee) and, in between whiles, at lunch and tea-time, instructed 
young ladies for a modest remuneration. If we are to credit the published time table, his 
normal day began at seven in the morning and ended at nine in the evening. 

In the June 26th 1811 Edition of the Blackburn Mail Edition appeared: 

To prepare his scholars for business as well as the learned professions, the Rev. W. 
Boardman, Headmaster of the Grammar School, Blackburn, will instruct a limited number in 



Writing and Arithmetic 
Book-keeping and Mathematics 



7s. 6d. per quarter 
12s 6d per quarter 
Is Od per quarter 



Pens and ink 



N.B. For instruction in Latin, English and Greek languages, the customary 
perquisites (e.g. Cock-pennies) only are expected. And the scholars may learn 
Writing and Arithmetic from Usher gratis. 



Attendance in the morning from seven to eight o'clock and from nine til 1 1-30 a.m. 
in the afternoon from half an hour past one to five o'clock. 



From twelve till one o'clock and from five till six o'clock the Headmaster will instruct 
young ladies at his own house. Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar and Geography at 7s. 
6d. per quarter. 



Evening School for Boys, from six to nine o'clock. 
Reading and Writing 

per week 

Ditto with Arithmetic & English Grammar 

per week 
Book-keeping and Mathematics 

per week 



Terms 
6s. Od. per quarter 
6d. 

7s.6d. per quarter 
7 1/2 d. 

10s. 6d. per quarter 
lOd. 



The Rev. W. Boardman purposed to encourage industry and emulation by an impartial 
distribution of rewards and to promote the improvement of those committed to his care by 
a strong observation of such regulations as have been found by e?q)erience most conducive 
to that purpose, a copy of which will be given to each scholar on his entrance into the school. 



From "Records of Cape Colony" 



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THOMAS WILLSON PARTY 

In 1819 the British Parliament allotted 50,000 pounds for the establishing a colony 
on the Eastern Section of the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. 

Three reasons have been given, why the British Government wanted to establish 
this colony: 

1 . To establish a human buffer zone between the natives and the European Colony 
to the West. 

2. To relieve the unrest and unemployed so prevalent. 

3 . To provide for a better way of life. 

Unrest and unenployment among the British people caused the Government to take 
some action to dispel this problem. A plan was circulated among the British people offering 
any individual person, femily, one hundred acres of free land, plus free passage and food while 
on the ship, imtil landing at Cape Colony in South Africa. 

A party could consist of ten or more individuals or families with a leader or Party 
head. A Party with one hundred or more individuals could carry out with them a Minister of 
their own persuasion, the Government will, upon their being located, assign a salary to the 
Minister whom they may have selected to accompany them, if they shall have been approved 
by the Secretary of State. 

A young and enthusiastic Thomas Willson had contacted his neighbors, friends, and 
any one else who was interested in the Cape Colony enterprise and had obtained 307 
subscribers. With over one himdred persons in his Party, he qualified to obtain a Minister to 
become a member of his Party and be paid a salary by the Government. 

In May 1820 in a letter written by Thomas Willson to C. O. Bird he wrote: " 

for the promotion of moral and religious duties, and for the consolation of the Settlers - 1 
have brought with me a most worthy, respectable Clergyman of the Church of England, the 
Rev. William Boardman and as I was informed by Earl of Bathurst that ample provision 
would be paid him by his Excellency the Governor - will you do me the honour to allow me 
to name the stipend to him, with instructions as to the mode of drawing it." 

As was required by the Government, William Boardman was approved by the 



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Secretary of State as the Clergyman of the Willson Party. He would travel on the boat as a 
common Settler, and take up his Church duties upon landing and receive his stipend from then 
on. Also as a school master he could organize a Graimnar School to educate their children 
in this new land. 

Thus the Rev. William Boardman became a member of the Willson Party to sail on 
the ship La Belle Alliance, which was part of a fleet of eleven ships, fifty-six parties, and 
3,487 persons setting sail for the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Included in this large 
group there were only two Church of England Ministers; Rev. William Boardman and Rev. 
F. Mac Mac Clelland; and one Methodist Minister, Rev. J. W. Shaw. 



Embarkation List. 

Return of Settlers proceeding to the Cape of Good Hope under the Direction of Mr. Thomas WriLSO.v . 

Total Numlwr of the Men .......... 102 

f» •» of the Women ......... 72 

fi It of rernons nbovc 11 je.ira of apo ...... C 

ti M of Children under 14 years of ago ...... 127 

M M of the whole Tiirty , . . . , . . , , 307 

Total Amount of Dtixisit Money for the whole Party, XI 177 10«. 



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Letter from the REVEREND WILLIAM BOARDMAN to 
EARL BATHURST 

Blackburn, 12th Nov. 1819 

MY LORD, — ^At the earnest request of several poor, but honest, and industrious families, 
I take the liberty to write to your Lordship, requesting to know whether a vessel will go out 
from Liverpool with settlers for the Cape of Good Hope, and how soon she may be expected 
to sail. 

They have engaged to go out to the Cape with Messrs. Whitely and Co. from 
Liverpool, who have called upon them for the Government deposits, but give them no 
satisfectory answer with respect to the time when the vessel will sail. As the deposits are to 
be paid from the sale of their fiimiture, working looms, &c., unless the vessel sails in a very 
short time they will be reduced to great distress, and compelled to go into the workhouse. 

It was my wish to have gone out with a party from Liverpool, but the nimiber of 
families not amounting to 100, no chaplain will be allowed. I have therefore ofifered my 
services to a gentleman who is about to take out a party from London; in case of acceptance, 
I propose humbly to submit to your Lordship something that may be of great advantage to 
the mother country as well as to the colony. I am &c. 

(Signed) WM. BOARDMAN 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 



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Letter from the REVEREND WILLIAM BOARDMAN to 
EARL BATHURST 

Blackburn 20th Nov. 1819 

MY LORD,-- having been put in nomination to your Lordship for a chaplaincy to the Cape 
of Good Hope by Thos. Willson Esqre., of Chelsea Cottage, at the recommendation of L. 
Claughton, Esqre. M.P. for Newton, I am transmitting letters testimonial to the Bishop of 
Chester for counter-signing which I trust will be forwarded to your Lordship in due time. As 
the vessels are expected to sail for the Cape in a very short time, and as I have some 
arrangements to make previously to my departure, I humbly request that your Lordship will 
be pleased to give me the earliest intelligence of my appointment, should it take place. I am 
&c. 

(Signed) WM. BOARDMAN 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 



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A BROKEN PROMISE 

When Thomas Willson contacted the School Master, TOliam Boardman in Blackburn, 
England in the fall of 1 8 1 9 to join him in subscribing a party of 1 820 settlers to the Cape of 
Good Hope, South Africa, one of his influencing inducements was the stipend provided by 
the Government, to be paid to a clergyman with a party of one hundred or more members. 

Since the Rev. William Boardman was to travel as a regular settler to the Cape, and 
upon landing at the Cape, he would commence to draw his stipend as a Clergyman. 

Upon landing at Algoa Bay and in July 1 820, Rev. William Boardman was appointed 
Clergyman for the Willson Party and his stipend should have started. 

Extracts from a letter written by Thomas Willson, Party Head to Colonial Secretary, 
Colonel Bird, dated 3rd May 1820: 

" for the promotion of moral and religious duties, and for the consolation of 

the Settler - 1 have brought with me a most worthy, respectable Clergyman of the Church of 
England - The Rev, WiUiam Boardman and I was informed by Earl Bathurst that an ample 
provision would be paid him by His Excellecy the Governor - will you do me the honour to 
allow me to name the stipend to him with instructions as to the mode of drawing it." 

Thos. Willson 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 

In the Rev. William Boardman' s letter to his son Thomas in England, he writes on 
10th September 1820. An extract: 

" I am under the greatest obligation to Mr, Maude, the Governor, demurring 

to allow me a stipend, as the whole of the party were not members of the Church of England; 
two or three families of Methodists and as many of Jews, (or proselytes as they call 
themselves) having smuggled themselves on board; the British Government also had sent no 
definitive instructions relative thereto; their sanction to the measure must therefore be 
obtained, which I have not the least doubt will be the case, as that Government which 
intended to confer a fevour on Colonel Claughton, would never have thought of doing so by 
sending a person he so highly esteems to perish with his family in the wilds of Africa." 

Wm Boardman 



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UNFIXED STIPEND 



Letter from the Reverend T.D. Whitaker to 
Colonel Claughton, M.P. 

Vicarage, Blackburn 
(Feb. 1821) 

SIR, — I take the liberty of enclosing for your perusal a letter from Mr. Boardman, who was 
indebted to your patronage for a situation near the Cape of Good Hope, where he is arrived 
with a numerous family. 

But it appears that, from a circumstance which explains in the letter, his stipend yet 
remains unfixed, and without your interposition with Government may continue unfixed to 
an indefinite period to his great distress. 

May I therefore use the additional freedom of requesting that you will have the 
goodness to interpose once more on his behalf, and to procure for him the actual possession 
of the income allready assigned and promised to him. 

I am&c. 

(Signed) T.D. Whitaker 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 

UNFIXED STIPEND 



Letter from Colonel Claughton, M.P. 
To Earl Bathurst 

London, March 5th 1 82 1 
MY LORD, - - 1 have the honor to inclose to your Lordship a letter sent to me by the Vicar 
of Blackburn, with one from the Revd. Wm. Boardman to his son. Your Lordship may 
perh^s remember that he was lately appointed Ch^lain to a party going to the Cape of Good 
Hope with Mr. Willson, but it appears, as your Lordship will collect from the inclosed letters, 
that there is some demur or difficulty as to the stipend assigned to Mr. Boardman. May I hope 
that your Lordship will do, as there is no doubt, what is just and right in the affair, and have 



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the goodness to return to me the letters to enable me to answer the one, and to send the other 
to Mr. Boardman's friends? 

I have to apologize for the frequent trouble I have given to your Lordship, and have 

&c. 

(Signed) 

T. Claughton 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 




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1820 BRITISH SETTLERS TO CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 



Printed letter in reply to applicant 

Downing Street, London 
I am directed by Earl Bathurst, to acquaint you, that he has had under consideration 
your letter and 

that he accepts the proposal which you have made to take a party of 
able bodied Settlers 

to the Cape of Good Hope, where a Grant of Land will 
accordingly be assigned to you on your Arrival, in conformity with the Regulations laid dovm 
by His Majesty's Government. 

I have therefore to request, that you will immediately transmit to me, three separate 
Lists of the Individuals who have placed themselves imder your direction, and I enclose to 
you proper Returns for that purpose; at the same time, I deem it necessary to mention, that 
it is absolutely requisite that the details respecting the individuals of your Party which you are 
called upon to state in the Return, should be correctly specified, as any erroneous statement 
upon these heads, but more particularly in respect of the Age of the Individuals, could not fail 
to be productive of much inconvenience. 

Upon receiving these Returns, I shall lose no time in stating to you the Amount of the 
Money which you will be required to deposit under the existing Regulations, and the mode 
in which the Payment is to be made. 

I am,&c. 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 



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1820 SETTLERS 
"Willson Party -Wm. Boardman 
Party Leader 



LIST OF WILLSON'S PARTY 

ADDAMS, James 30. Farmer, w Harriet 25. 
AUSTIN, Samuel 33. Cabinetmaker, w Mary 36. 
BARRETT, William 19. Gardener. 
BARRETT, William 38. Farmer, c Charles 16, 
Roben 12. 

BAYLEY, John 28. Farmer (servant to CoUis). 

w Martha 26. c Mary 2. 
BISSET, Alexander 32. Lieut RN. w Alicia 28. 

c Sarah Maria 6, Alexander Charles 4, John 

Jarvis 2. 

BOARDMAN, Judith 23 (daughter of Rev W 
Boardman). 

BOARDMAN, Mary 24. Teacher (daughter of 
Rev W Boardman). 

BOARDMAN, William 44. Clergyman, w Mar- 
garet 40. c Margaret 17, Susannah 16, John 
13, Sarah 12, James 11, William 8. 

BOND, Wilham 44. Farmer, w Martha 40. c 
WiUiam Henry 13, Louisa 11, Comprise 4. 

BOWSHER, Charles 21. Farmer (sailed on 
Sir George Osbom). 

BROWN, Thomas 40. Farmer, w Jane 35. 

BROWN, Thomas Sanders 36. Butcher, w Eliza- 
beth 37. c Enos 13, Ehzabeth 10, Sarah 4, 
Joseph 2. 

BROWN, William Thomas 20. Farmer. 

CAMPION, Thomas 19. Labourer. 

CARPENTER, William 34. Carpenter, w Mary 
34. c Eliza 7, Maria 4, Emma 1. 

CARTER, John 28. Farmer. 

CHAPMAN, William 26. Labourer (servant to 
Webb), w Judith 23. c Sarah 4. 

CLARKE, Thomas 40. Farmer, w Eleanor 34. c 
Ellen Maria 13, Thomas John 12, Caroline 
Matilda 1 1 , James Charles 9, Sarah Ehzabeth 
6, Frederick Adolphus 4, Edwin 1. 

COCK, Thomas 32. Surgeon, w Sophia 32 (died 
at sea), c Sophia 8, John 7, Thomas 6, Ann 
4, Jane 3, James 1, a baby bom at sea. 
(Three children, including the baby, died at 
sea). 

COLUS, James 24. Merchant. 

CRAWFORD, James 22. Farmer, w Martha 22. c 

Mary 1. 
CURRIE, Adam 24. Farmer. 
CURRIE, Walter 34. Purser RN. w Ann 24. c 

Mary Ann 4, Walter 1. 



DALE, Christopher 31. Music teacher and 
piano tuner, w Elizabeth 29. c Elizabeth 7, 
Henry 6. 

DEARMAN, Joseph 25. Farmer, w Mary 23. c 
Joseph 12, Osbom 11, John 9, James 8. 

DE VISME, Mary 35 (sister-in-law of Henry 
Lloyd). 

DOLD, Jane Catherine 20 (daughter of Matthew 
Dold). 

DOLD, John Matthew 22. Carpenter. 
DOLD, Matthew 50. Carpenter, w Jane 46. 
DOLD, Sarah Ann 18 (daughter of Matthew 
Dold). 

DOLD, William Andrew 19. Carpenter. 
DONOVAN, Joseph 25. Taxidermist, w Susannah 

26. c William 4, George 2. 
DOYLE, John 20. Farmer (servant to Wilmots). 
EALES, William 23. Farmer, w Sarah 26. 
EARL, William John 19. Farmer. 
EATON, William Loftie 21. Farmer, w Mary 

Ann 24. 

FODEN, Thomas 40. Shoemaker, w Mary 36. c 

Catherine 13, Matilda 6. 
FRANQS, Thomas 31. Farmer, w Elizabeth 28. 

c Thomas James 9, Amelia 7, George 3. 

GAMBLE, John 19. Labourer (servant to CoUis). 

GARBETT, Susaimah 8 and Thomas 7 (step- 
children of Joseph Donovan). 

GOADLEY, Joseph 31. Tailor, w Mary 31. 

GODDARD, Ralph 26. Cabinetmaker, w Sarah 
26. c George 11. 

GRIGGS, John 20. Music master and copier. 

GYFFORD, Theophilus 33. Gardener, w Ann 26. 

HAGARD, Thomas 34. Glazier and builder, w 
Elizabeth 35. c Elizabeth 1. 

HALL, Benjamin 29. Farmer, w Frances 28. c 
Frances 5, Hannah 4, Mary 3. 

HENDERSON, Thomas 42. Gunner RN. w Mar- 
garet 32. c Eliza 12, Lavinia 10. 

HIGGINS, Barnabas 23. Carpenter (servant to 
CoUis). 

HOGG, Wilham 19. Labourer (servant to Board- 
man). 

HORN, Robert Henry William 21. Mariner, w 

Ann 22. 
JARMAN, John 40. Farmer. 
JARVIS, George 21. Clerk. 
JOLLEY, John 27. Gardener, w Mary 21. c Ann 

2. 

KIDSON, William 34. Farmer, w Ann 32. c 



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Mary Ann 12, Amelia 9, Frederick 4, Emma 
2, Thomas 1. 
LANCE, James 31. Shoemaker, w Elizabeth 30. 
LANE, Thomas 21. Farmer (servant to Currie). 
LINDSEY, Roben 36. Carpenter (servant to 

Willson). w Isabella 35. 
LLOYD, Henry 36. Harness maker, w Alicia 
Mary 27. c Catherine Mary 8, Francisca 6, 
Henry 4, Samuel 2. 
LUCAS, Charles John 31. Gardener, w Sarah 

Avis 27. c Charles John 3, Mary Ann 1. 
MARTIN, Thomas 24. Farmer, w Susan 26. 
MERCER, Wilham 14 (in the care of Thomas 

Willson). 
MOLTBY, Frederick 19. Gardener. 
MOODY, John 49. Carpenter, w Sarah 36. 
MUNDELL, James 24. Farmer, w Catherine 27. 

c Henry 4, Elizabeth 2. 
NELSON, Thomas 33. Clerk, w Mary Ann 33. 

c Mary Ann 10, John Edward 5. 
NORTON, John 25. Farmer, w Sarah 25. c 

Lewis 3, Joshua 2. 
PALMER, Thomas 32. Leather dresser. 
PAWLE, James 30. Surgeon, w Jemima 32. c 
James 3, Henry 1. 

PEACOCK, Richard 34. Farmer, w Maria 28. 

c Eliza 7, Selina 5, Emily 4, Walter 2. 
PEPPERELL, Ann (servant to Currie). 
PHILLIPS, John 19. Farmer. 
PIERCE, Francis 13 (in the care of John Moody). 
PIERCE, Richard 40. Baker, w Ann 41. c Richard 

II, Paul 10, Joseph 9. 
PIPER, Thomas 36. Labourer (servant to 

Collis). 

PIRIE, Roben 35. Baker, w Mary 24. c Marga- 
ret 11. 

PRATT, John 38. Farmer, w Ann 37. c William 
13 (adopted son). 

PURDON, John 40. Army pensioner, late Sergt, 
53rd Foot, w Mary 34. c William 11, Henry 
9, Elizabeth 5, Charles 2. 

RANDALL, Thomas 40. Farmer, w Maria 21. 

RATHBONE, James 22. Carpenter, w Susanna 
22. c Erama 1. 

REID, James 36. Farmer (servant to Wilmots). 
w Ann 30. c John William 13. 

REYNOLDS, Thomas 28. Farmer. 

ROBERTSON, John 30. Cabinetmaker, w Eliza- 
beth 22. 

ROWE, Samuel 29. Baker, w Sarah 26. c Ed- 
ward 6. 



SCOTT, George Dennis 19. Carpenter. 
SCOTT, John 39. Carpenter, w Frances 38. c 

Eliza 9, Edmimd 6, Henry 4, Emma 1. 
SCROOBY, Samuel 31. Carpenter, w Ann 33. c 

Richard 7, George 5. 
SIMMONS, Benjamin 18. Farmer. 
SIMONS, Philip 38. Farmer, c Samuel 10, Ralph 

8. 

SLEE, Charles 26. Farmer. 

SLOMAN, Morris 33. Farmer, w Phillis 24. c 
Mark 5, Rosena 3, Julia 2. 

SMITH, John 42. Boatswain RN. w Rebecca 34. 
c John Hancom 15, Thomas William 8, 
William 4. 

SMITH, Richard 28. Labourer. 

STANTON, WiUiam 36. Locksmith and bell- 
hanger, w Elizabeth 35. c WiUiam 13, Sarah 
8, Caroline 5, Roben 3. 

TAYLOR, Charles 19. Farmer. 

THOMAS, John 40. Labourer, w Mary 35. 

WALKER, Thomas 22. Carpenter, w Elizabeth 
22. c Elizabeth 2, Sarah 1. 

WALKER, Thomas 46. Baker, w Sarah 43. 

WEBB, John 35. Farmer, w Mary Ann 34. c 

William 9, Frederick 7, John 5, Maria 3, 

Alexandrina 1. 
WENHAM, Thomas 28. Carpenter (servant to 

Willson). w Ehzabeth 26. 
WHEELER, James 39. Farmer, w Harriet 35. c 

Martha 13, Ann 11, Harriet 8, Richard 

James 2. 
WHYBREW, John 19. Gardener. 
wiLKiNSHAW, Charles 22. Gardener. 
wiLLL\MS, John 38. Master at Arms, RN w 

Ann 35. 

WILLSON, Thomas 35. Architect, w Mary Ann 

30. c Percy 9, Douglas 6, Thomas 4. 
wiLMOT, Benjamin 22. Lawyer. 
wiLMOT, James 30. Lawyer, w Ann 29. 
WOODS, Frederick 21. Farmer. 
WRIGHT, George 19. Labourer. 

*AYLIFF, John 22. Weaver. 

*BAGLEY, Patrick 25. Army pensioner, w 

Catherine 25. c Mary 4. 
*NORDEN, Benjamin 21. Tailor. 



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ON BOARD THE LA BELLE ALLIANCE 



After saying goodbye to their 19 year old son Thomas, who was to remain in 
Blackburn, England, as an upholsterer apprenticed to Thomas Barton, Rev. William 
Boardman, his wife Margaret Hayes Boardman, and their remaining eight children left for 
London by stage coach on December 23, 1819, where their transport vessel. La Belle 
Alliance^ was lying at anchor. 

Upon arrival at London, they beheld eight, 3 -masted sailing vessels, lying at anchor 
in the Thames River, and all imprisoned by the ice. Seeking out the Willson or London Party 
on the La Belle Alliance which was fi-ozen in at Depthford, the Boardman Family boarded 
the vessel in readiness for sailing just as soon as the ice would break up. 

This winter had been one of the most severe witnessed in England for many a year. 
For a solid week the tenperature had been below fi-eezing, and a pierciag, cold, arctic wind, 
acconpanied by snow had blown in from the north. All shq)s in the Thames River were frozen 
in solid, including the Cape of Good Hope Settlers' vessels. While the Settlers were waiting 
for the ice to break up and release the ships so as to proceed on their way to Africa, it was 
not unusual for them to be able to walk from one vessel to another on the ice, or from ship 
to shore without the aid of boat or gangplank. Amusements in the form of dancing and 
playing games on the ice were a common practice. Even refreshment stands were erected on 
the ice for the benefit of those who danced to the tunes of the fiddler. 

It was during these long hours and days of waiting that some of the passengers began 
to think and meditate on the big adventxire they were undertaking, eventually leaving the 
vessel for their homes, never to return and sail. 

Finally on January 19, 1820, at 2:30 p.nL, the La Belle Alliance was loosened from 
its moorings at Depthford and continued down the River as far as Blackwall, near the 
residence of the river pilot. Here again the ship was tied fast to the moorings and unable to 
proceed any ftirther due to the thick ice which had formed. For a whole month, the La Belle 
had only been able to proceed a distance of two miles down the Thames River. 
DisappoiDtment, disgust, impatience and restlessness were evidenced among the majority of 
passengers. 



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Eventually, on February 14th, the La Belle Alliance made it into the open waters of 
the sea, bound for the Cape of Good Hope. The vessel was somewhat crowded and strict ship 
regulations were posted and enforced. The British Government, including the Navy Board, 
had put forth great effort to provide and promote comfort and satisfactory living conditions 
for the emigrants. The food was simple, good and plentiful and was distributed on schedule 
as follows: On Mondays and Fridays - biscuits and beef On Tuesdays and Saturdays - rum 
and pork and mustard. On Wednesdays - tea, cocoa, sugar and soap. Every afternoon at 3:00 
o'clock - water was allotted. All persons not appearing at the scheduled time lost their 
allotment. In case of illness, wine and other luxuries were available. Each ship carried a 
doctor, as well as the Settlers' doctors, who were Dr. Thomas Cock, and Dr. W. Combly and 
Dr. James Pawle of the Willson Party. 

As might be expected, where a large number of people are crowded together, sickness 
in the form of measles, whooping cough and smallpox made their appearance. It was during 
this smallpox epidemic aboard the La Belle Alliance that Doctor Cock's wife and three 
children died of smal^x and were buried at sea. With his two remaining children. Dr. Cock 
received permission to return to England by the first transport after March 20, 1821. 

In order to control these diseases, it was necessary at periodic intervals, to thoroughly 
clean, disinfect and fumigate the ship, aU of which added to the distress and discomfort of the 
passengers. To do this all personal belongings, such as clothing and bedding, and were taken 
on deck and thoroughly aired. After being returned below deck, the hatches were closed and 
the shq5 completely fiimigated with a poisonous gas. For a while this would control the rats, 
cockroaches and germs on the ship. 

As a past-time, some of the men would put salt pork on a hook to fish. One day, a 
Settler, was fishing for sharks which were swimming around the boat. Having been told how 
strong sharks were, he had tied the line to his arm and was almost dragged overboard by the 
shark who had swallowed his hook and bait before being rescued by nearby fishermen. 

On Sunday, Divine Services were held on the quarter deck. A fine awning was spread 
overhead and the sides were drqjed with flags. The awning provided a protection agaiost the 
hot, tropical sun and the flags afforded a semblance of privacy. Some Sundays when they 
were near the equator, it was necessary to throw buckets fiill of water around on the deck in 



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order to try to keep cool and comfortable. The capstan, covered with the Union Jack, was the 
pulpit, and the seats for the congregation were the capstan bars. The prayers were read and 
a sermon delivered by the Rev, William Boardman. 

To many on board, the sermon given on Sunday, March 12th, "Grow in Grace," was 
the outstanding sermon delivered by the Rev. Boardman, during the entire voyage. 

On this same Sunday evening, when all was quiet and peaceful, there arose a most 
terrific noise, which alarmed and fiightened the women and children. Many on board thought 
it was the strange suspicious ship which had been sighted earlier and pirates were coming on 
board. As the noise subsided, the sound of the speaking trumpet at the bow of the boat hailed 
the ship. The Captain of the La Belle Alliance answered in reply. By this time passengers 
were pouring on deck to see what the excitement was, but all they could see was a light under 
the side of the ship and another to the west. After anxious inquiry, the passengers were told 
that their ship had been hailed by King Neptune, the Governor of the Sea, and that he would 
be back the next day to claim tribute firom aU passengers who had never crossed the equator. 

At half past nine the next morning, the announcement was made fi-om the forecastle 
by the sound of the bugle horn, blown by "Joe Bigbelly." A strong voice was heard to hail the 
ship. "Ship Ahoy?" To this the Captain answered. Neptune next inquired, "What Ship?" 
The C^tain then answered. "The La Belle Alliance, bound for the Cape of Good Hope with 
Settlers." Next a large screen was rolled up, and there appeared the most Mghtful creatures 
imaginable. First appeared six, nearly naked men, with their bodies painted and marked like 
the cannibal natives fi"om New Zealand. Each had a large bamboo stick in his hands. These 
were the constables. Next came eight men, with ropes in their hands pulling Neptune's car 
in this car with Neptune, was his wife and child and "Joe Bigbelfy," who was blowing his horn 
with all the wind he had, of which he had plenty. The whole Royal Party were dressed most 
fiightfiilly, and many of the children and young girls avoided them and would not let them 
come near them. Behind the Royal Car came the barber and his mate, carrying a bucket, a 
large brush for lather, and a piece of iron from a hoop for a razor. As the Royal Party 
approached the center of the ship, the Captain had four guns fired. The procession proceeded 
to the starboard gangway where Neptune's secretary appeared with a long paper scroll in his 
hand. This list contained the names of those fi"om whom tribute was demanded. As each name 



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was read, the constables would seek out this person and bring them to Neptune's judgement 
seat. This consisted of a plank across a large tub of water. Questions were thrown at the 
individual by King Neptune. The barber would lather the individual's face with his brush 
and soap and then draw his razor across his face. The plank was then pulled from under the 
individual and down in the tub of water he would land. Not content with the dunking in the 
tub, bucket upon bucket of water was dashed on them from above. To top off this big 
celebration, a grand ball was held in the evening, which filled the Settlers with gaiety and 
pleasure and helped break the monotony of the long voyage. 

Of great interest to the Boardman children were the exciting days when a small speck 
of land would emerge above the water line and the vessel would soon drop anchor near one 
of the several islands on the way. How well they remember the steep, vine clad hills, and the 
oranges and grapes brought out to them by the dark-skinned Madeira natives in their small, 
but well-filled boats. How they wished they could get off this small, crowded ship and play 
on the sandy shore of Las Palmas or Ascension Island. Few persons were permitted to go 
ashore and as soon as the fresh water tanks were refilled, they were once again sailing south. 

There were two or three times the older children would never forget. Times when the 
sea was running heavy and high, and the pouring rain forced the sailors to batten down the 
hatches. Then in the midnight darkness, when the children clung to their mothers and the 
rushing water swept over the deck and they listened to the swishing waters in the hold below. 
It was then the soft, hopefiil voice of the mother assured them that all was well and every 
thing would be all right, but if it was the will of their Father in Heaven, they would all go 
down together as a family. 

When about two-thirds of the way to their destination, a special meeting of all the 
heads of femilies were called to make final arrangements for settling in their new homes. At 
this time, Mr.Thomas Willson, the Party Head, put in his claim for his rights to be "Lord of 
the Manor": 

"To fish in all the rivers of the Settlement; to hunt on all 
the grounds; to cut timber out of all the forests; and the 
whole party should enclose his own lands and gardens and 
assist him in cultivating his lands, for at least the first two years." 



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He also put in claims for various duties he had perfonned in making arrangements with the 
Secretary of State, at the Agent's Office, and in making arrangements for the clergy and 
doctors. This was a very unfortunate incident for Mr. Willson. for his party members felt he 
was taking unfeir advantage of them, and they drew up a resolution requesting the Governor 
of the Cape not to make Mr. Willson "Lord of the Manor," but to allot directly to each his 
100 acres of land. Mr. Willson later excused himself for abandoning his Party in Albany and 
returning to England by saying, "I sacrificed myself at altar of duty for an ungrateful rabble 
who sought my life." 

In April with the help of the trade winds, it had been rumored that within a month the 
La Belle Alliance should arrive at Table Bay (Cape Town) or Simonstown (naval base) to 
pick up supplies, equ5)ment, water and a ten-day stopover. Here Party Leaders could call on 
the Govemor of the Cape Colony and receive orders and instructions for the Albany District 
Settlement. Others could also go ashore. Anticipation to be back on land again was at a high 
point for the Settlers. 

It was on May 1, 1820, when the La Belle Alliance dropped anchor in Table Bay, 
C^ Town, South Africa. Due to strict quarantine regulations being enforced at Table Bay 
(the smallpox epidemic aboard) only the Party Leaders were allowed ashore. They brought 
back word that they would proceed immediately to their destination for it was dangerous for 
them to remain any longer at Cape Town. 

One of the passengers aboard the La Belle Alliance had been entrusted with a parcel 
and packet of letters to be delivered to two gentlemen in Cape Town. Being unable to leave 
the ship they were unable to personally deliver them, so they had to send them ashore by 
another messenger. In payment for this service the two Cape Town gentlemen sent him a 
thank you letter together with two live sheep and a large bucket of onions. For days 
thereafter, one of he main topics of discussion was the larger fat tails of this special breed of 
sheep. Some expressed their opinion that they might be a cross mixture with an otter, both 
having such large, fet tails. Others had the theory that these sheep grazing on Table Mountain, 
with their heads higher than their tails, resulted in surplus fet flowing to the lowest point, their 
tails. But the greatest satisfaction came when the sheep were butchered and fresh meat 
distributed to many of this young man's friends. This was really a rare treat for all after having 



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only beef and salt pork for the past six months. 

Finalfy, Cape Recife was rounded and at about 1 1 :00 a.nL, Wednesday, May 24, 1 820, 
the La Belle Alliance dropped anchor in Algoa Bay. As the Boardman family stood on deck 
and looked out on the dreary, barren, wind swept coastline, they felt they had arrived at 
the "Cape of Forlorn Hope," rather than the Cape of Good Hope. On this barren-looking 
shoreline, which was later to become Port Elizabeth, they could see only three houses, a few 
haystacks, and a great number of tents, placed there by the British Government as temporary 
quarters for the Settlers en route to their new homes. One of the Settlers describes this picture 
as follows: 

"From the deck of our vessel we descried a coast lashed 
by a broad belt of angry breakers threatening, we feared, 
death to a large proportion of our numbers. The shore 
was girt with an array of barren hills, behind and I close 
to which appeared a series of rugged and stony acclivities, 
and in the distance behind these, the dark and gloomy range 
of the Winterhood Mountains frowned upon us." 
Upon the invitation of the Captain, the Rev. William Boardman and Thomas Willson, 
the Party Head, were the first to go ashore from the La Belle Alliance. Here they reported 
to the kind-hearted and fetherly Sir Rufene Donkin, the acting Governor of the Colony, who 
had his headquarters, tent (Marques) at the spot near the end of the present Jetty Street, Port 
Elizabeth. 

The next day, word was sent back to the ship to send in the Porter dogs and guns and 
ammunition for the advance party was going hunting for game. In the afternoon this advance 
party returned with their game: 3 plovers, 2 water wagtails, 1 hare, and 1 long snake (fiilly 
1 8 inches) ^\i3ich was said to be deadly poisonous. In describing the natives they had seen, the 
Rev. Boardman remarked that all the hair they had on their heads was for all the world like 
rows of young York cabbages. 

Many of the Settlers who had arrived on other vessels, were still occupying the tents 
of "Settlers Town" which were located along the shore and behind the sand hills. They were 
waiting for the transportation which would carry them to their new location in Zuurveld, 



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about 100 miles up country. Since the tents were still occupied, all on board the La Belle 
Alliance were required to stay aboard the ship for another week or two. How disappointing 
this was for them to be so near to their destination, yet unable to go ashore. 




1820 Settlers Sailing Ship 



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The following REGULATIONS are proposed for the guidance of the settlers during their voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, and EaRL 
BaTHURST expects that the persons under whose direction they proceed, will zealously co-operate with the Masters of the Vessels 
appointed to convey them, in enforcing a strict attention to these Regulations, which have no other object than, by promoting cleanliness 
and orderly behaviour, to insure the health and comfort of all parties. 



GENERAL RULES 



1st. ALL Persons are to rise at Seven o'Clock, A.M., except such as may be reported sick, by the medical 
person on board. All screens are to be rolled up before Eight A.M. and none to be let down during the day, with- 
out special permission. All beds or hammocks, except those in the births, must be taken on deck and stowed in 
the nettings by half-past Seven A.M. unless the weather make it necessary to give contrary orders; but the beds 
or hammocks are not to be carried below during the day, unless orders be given for that purpose. 

2d. All lights must be extinguished at Nine P.M., and none will be allowed after that hour, except with the 
permission of the Officer of the ship. 

3d. Provisions and water will be distributed at stated hours, and all persons not attending such distribution, 
must forfeit their rations for that day. 

4th. Breakfast is to commence at Eight, A.M., Dinner at One, P.M. and the hour of Supper is to be Six, P.M. 
The decks must be cleared in one hour subsequent to the commencement of every meal. 

5th. The settlers will be divided into messes, according to the regulated rate of provisions; no person can be 
allowed to change his mess oftener than once in every month, and the previous sanction of the Officer of the 
Ship must be obtained to every such change. 

6th. The births must be cleaned by their respective occupiers, and they will be inspected by persons appointed 
for that purpose, by the Agent of Transports, or Master of the Ship. 

7th. All persons, male and female, are to repair on deck when orders are given to that effect, in order that the 
decks may be washed. No persons will be allowed to go below during this operation, which must take place once 
a week or oftener. 

8th. The washing of clothes cannot be allowed below at any time, nor on deck, except on days appointed for 
that purpose. 

9th. Wet clothes are to be hung up to be dried at the places appoiifted, and no where else, and they must be 
taken down when orders for that purpose are given. 

10th. As the luggage of the passengers must be stowed in places which are not easy of access, special days will 
be appointed for opening the baggage. 

11th. No person will be allowed to work at any unnecessary employment on Sundays, and when the weather 
will permit, all persons are to attend divine Service decently dressed. 

12th. Smoking below can at no time be permitted; nor, will it be allowed on deck, except in particular places 
appointed by the Officer of the ship. 

13th. All persons must immediately go below when the service of the ship shall render it necessary that the 
upper deck should be cleared. 

14th. The head of each party will be considered responsible for the good behaviour of all the persons under 
his directions. 

15th. Such persons as may be guilty of improper conduct during the voyage, will on their arrival at the Cape, 
be reported to the Governor of the Colony, and forfeit all advantages to which they would otherwise have been 
entitled. 

16th. All persons must conform themselves to the Rules of the ship, and to the Orders which the Commanding 
Officer on board may think proper to issue from time to time. 



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EN ROUTE TO THEIR NEW HOME 



On about June 1, 1820, all the boxes, bags and baggage of the Boardman family were 
loaded into a large barge, or lighter. These surf boats were worked in toward shore by ropes, 
until shallow water was reached. Here the Scots of the IT^ Regiment, then stationed at Fort 
Frederick, were on hand to carry the women and children to shore. All others had to wade 
to shore or be carried on the backs of natives. All boxes, bags and baggage were piled on the 
shore, to be recovered and carried to the assigned government tents along the shoreline. 

Of particular interest was the tenderness shown by the Commandant of Algoa Bay, 
a member of the 72°'* Regiment, Captain Evatt. He was a fine old officer, with a head like 
snow, standing knee deep in the water when the boat carrying Mrs. Bradley and her children 
came to shore. He waded to the boat, then carefully as any father, picked up the child and 
carried her to the dry shore. One of his soldiers carried Mrs. Bradley ashore. As they arrived 
on the dry beach, and upon putting the child down, Capt. Evatt remarked to the Mother. 
"There my lass, there's your child". Then away into the surf he waded for another precious 
cargo. 

For the next 34 days, members of the Willson Party were required to live in "Settlers 
Town," the government tents pitched along the shore of the future town Fort Elizabeth. The 
wagons and oxen which were hired by the government fi-om the Dutch families of the area to 
transport the Settlers to their new location were insufficient to handle such a large group of 
Settlers all at one time. The government had planned on each Settler's vessel arriving at two 
or three week intervals, thereby allowing each vessel to unload and all persons to be 
transported to their destination before another vessel arrived at the bay. The delay caused by 
the jfreezing of the Thames River in England, troubles encountered by the vessels on the way, 
some ships making much better time due to more favorable winds and sailing conditions, all 
contributed to the arrival of the ships in Algoa Bay at about the same time. 

After such a dis^jpointing introduction to the shores of South Afiica, the Boardman 
children could hold their curiosity no longer and inquired of their father if their new home was 
going to be a barren and desolate waste and swanpland as they were now camped in. He then 
gathered them all around him and described some of the beautifiil country and sights they 



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would see, things they had never seen or even dreamed of, such as a wilderness of wild 
flowers of brilliant and delicate colors, aloe plants with scarlet blossoms that stood like 
soldiers on the hillside, thousands of snowy-backed springbok gracefiilly bounding away on 
the plaiiL They would pass through hills where they would hear the lions and tigers roar and 
the baboons shrieking and shouting their displeasure of the intruders. They would be terrified 
by the howl and laughter of the hyena and the shrill yell of the jacket. They would see the long 
legged ostrich go galloping over the veldt, with their ruffled plumes waving in the breeze. 
They would see the homed hartebeest and the galloping guagges. Near the river ravines they 
might even see a ferocious rhinoceros or crocodile. 

According to the schedule they would leave the "Settler Tent Town" Port Elizabeth, 
and go as fer as the Swartkope River, about 8 mQes, the first day. Then on to the Couga River 
and next cross the Sunday River, climb Addo Hill, then through Addo Bush (elephant 
country) across the Quaggas Flat and scale Bushman's River Heights, after crossing the 
Bushman River. At Assegai Bush the trail would divide, the north trail continuing for another 
20 miles to Grahamstown, and the northeast trail going for about 35 miles to Bathurst. The 
Willson Party land grant lay between the plains of Waay-Plaats and the Kowie Bush or 
halfway between Bathurst and Grahamstown. 

This journey to their new location was fiill of wonder and excitement for the 
Boardman Family. On July 4, 1 820, the Willson Party started out with 60 wagons loaded with 
their worldly possessions. What a sight to see! The wagon train with its long span of long- 
homed oxen, the dark skinned, half naked, in^ish looking native leader, the uncouth and 
strange yells of the driver as he called directions to the oxen and cracked his monstrous whip. 
The wild and desolate country, though beautifiil in many parts, was a source of delight to the 
Boardman children but was a source of worry, care and depression to the mothers and fathers 
of the Party. At night all the oxen were taken out of their yokes and driven away to feed in 
the nearby meadows then later brought back and tied to the yokes for the remainder of the 
night. Plenty of firewood was gathered by the Hottentot servants to keep the fires burning all 
night. 

On the fourth day out, the Boardman children received a most valuable lesson as the 
conpany stopped at the location of some of the newly arrived settlers. One of the families was 



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in a state of extreme distress because their 12-year old girl had been bitten by a pufif adder 
snake and had died very soon after. The snake had been killed but so had this little Settler girl. 
The incident so impressed them that the advice given them to always walk where you could 
see where you were stepping and to always carry a stick for protection was never forgotten 
the rest of their lives. One of the older 72°** Regiment soldiers, who was acting as an escort for the 
Party, then told them about the treatment that had long been used by the Dutch farmers. 
"When one is bitten by a poisonous snake, take a knife or 
something sharp and scarify the bite to the point of making 
it bleed, I then take a young fowl or pigeon, pull the feathers 
off the breast and I scarify it to the point of bleeding and then 
lay it on the bleeding snake bite. Soon the fowl or pigeon will die. 
This process should be repeated until the fowl or pigeon does 
not die. The patient is then safe and will not die from the snake bite." 
In addition to the puff adder, two other deadly poisonous snakes are found in this 
area: the cobra and the black mamba. There were also many python or constrictor snakes who 
obtain their prey by wrapping around and squeezing their victims to deaths before swallowing 
them whole. 

On about the 12th of July, the Boardman Family arrived at their new home within a 
few miles of the future town of Bathurst. After more than 165 days of traveling they had at 
last arrived at their new home. A tent was pitched and all of their boxes, baggage, tables, 
chairs, and provisions were unloaded from the wagon. The Dutch farmer then yoked up his 
oxen and, together with their Hottentot servants, bade farewell to the Boardmans and moved 
off to their farms and homes to the West. 

As the "Voortreker" wagons puUed out of view, what a forlorn sight the Boardman 
Family presented! Here they were, sitting on top of their boxes and bags and baggage - their 
only worldly possessions - and now with the departure of the Dutch farmers they were cut 
off from all commimication with the rest of the world. 

On the Sunday following the Party's arrival at their new location (July 16, 1 820), the 
Rev. TOliam Boardman, with the help of members of the Settlement, erected a (marquee) tent 
in which to hold Church Services. Having no bell to call the people to worship, he suspended 
a pit saw to the branch of a tree and at the appointed time struck the saw with a piece of iron. 



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Thus the Settlers were called to worship in their new country, where they could offer their 
thanks and gratitude for their safe arrival. 

In a sermon delivered by Dr. Talmadge he referred to the Rev. William Boardman 
as follows: 

"What I saw at Beta" 
"While the religious service was going on, the Rev. 
Boardman, glorious man! since dead, was telling the 
scores of sick people present that Christ was there as of 
old to heal all disease, and that if they would only believe, 
their sickness would depart. I saw a woman near me, with 
hand and arm twisted of rheumatism, and her wrist was 
fiery with inflamation, and it looked like those cases of chronic 
rheumatism which we have all seen and sympathized with, cases 
beyond all human healing. As the preacher's repeating this: 
"Will you believe? Do you believe? Do you believe now?' 
I heard the poor sick woman say, with emphasis which 
sounded throughout the building, "I do believe!" and then she 
laid her twisted arm and hand out as straight as your arm and 
hand, or mine. If I had seen her rise fi"om the dead, I would 
have not been more thrilled. Since then I believe that God 
will do anything in answer to prayer and in answer to our faith." 



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CREATING A COMMUNITY 



While in the "Tent City" at Algoa Bay, Thomas Willson repeated his claim as Lord 
of the Manor rights over the land of his party. Most of the party members' dissatisfaction 
concerned the extra five pounds he had collected fi-om each man and which he held to be 
repaid in equipment and supplies. When Willson tried to control the purchase of these items, 
he claimed to have been jeered, assaulted, insulted and robbed. What Willson saw as theft the 
members claimed as justified confiscation of their property. In a later petition, the members 
accused him of swindling them out of three hundred pounds. 

Willson was compelled by the authorities to accon:q)any the party to their location. 
He only stayed one night before fleeing to Algoa Bay and Cape Town. Later he returned to 
England, thus "leaving the reluctant Reverend William Boardman to administer what was 
called one of the most turbulent, contentious, and fi^udulent Parties that ever landed at Algoa 
Bay. 

Some of WUlson's last words, as he departed: 

"having accompanied my party of Settlers to the place 

appointed by the Government for my location, I feel that 

I have discharged my most important and arduous undertaking." 

Such was the atmosphere when the burden of leadership was "dumped" on the Rev. 
Boardman. Now, not only had he the problems of establishing a new home and eeking out a 
living in this wild country but also the problems of the other 307 party members. And on July 
20, 1820, he was officially declared Minister of the Willson Party! 

For the next several weeks, the surveyors and government guides showed the party 
members the location and boundaries of the 100 acre land grants, fi-om which they made their 
choice. Some selected the flat lands, some selected the area where it would be easy to defend 
against the natives and wild beasts and floods. The artistically minded selected the 
picturesque, overlooking the valleys and woods. Some wanted to be close to the running 
waters. Others took what was given them or what was left. More than anything else, now 
they owned a piece of land on which to build their own house. 

Most of the members started digging a garden space and preparing it for planting 



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seed. Only about forty percent on had had any experience of agriculture or life in the country. 
Most were of various trades, professions, and services, yet all were expected to make a living 
from the land. Some planted carrot seed two feet deep, or shovelful of wheat in a clump, or 
mealies (com) in the ground on the cob! There was much for them to learn. In the meantime 
the crops began to grow. 

While waiting for the crops to mature, it was the obligation of the government to 
provide rations for their survival at cost, which was charged against their deposits. The 
rations had to be picked up at the distribution centers, such as Grahams Town, Cape Town, 
and Bathurst. 

The supplies were available for the Willson Party at Bathurst and it was a major 
problem to deliver them to their location. Just a week after arriving. Rev. Boardman 
appointed eight younger men to go to Bathurst and pick up the Party's rations. Bathurst was 
eight miles away. There were no roads, no horses, no oxen or carts or wagons. The men had 
to walk and carry the provisions on their backs. 

The provisions consisted of 200 lbs. of meal and ten live sheep. The meal was divided 
eight ways, about 28 lbs for each man to carry and the sheep had to be driven. Ten sheep 
foraging along the way, in the brush and long grass, in ten different directions became a 
problem right from thebeginning. They were getting along fine until they met two of the 
Southy boys and their dogs returning from a successftil hunting trip. The dogs, seeing the 
sheep, went after them, scattering the sheep in all directions. The men piled their meal in one 
pile and took after the fleeing sheep, which disappeared in the dense brush. Darkness closed 
in on them and they could not find the sheep, nor could they find where they had left the meal, 
and they themselves were lost, stumbling around in the dark and shouting at the top of their 
voices. They heard the shot of a gun which led them to the tent of Mr. Southy. He directed 
them home, and they arrived about ten o'clock that night. Next day a search party went out 
and found the flour and killed five sheep. Although they sighted some of the remaining sheep, 
not being used to firearms, they missed hitting their marks. 

Another party driving their sheep from Bathurst discovered they had to return to get 
something they had forgotten and left the sheep in charge of a little boy. To make sure the 
sheep did not stray or run away, they tied the sheep's legs together and left them lying in the 



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shade of the bushes. The keen-sighted vultures sighted the immobilized sheep and flocks of 
them swooped down on the hapless sheep and devoured them before the frightened eyes of 
the young boy. 

The need for adequate housing became evident after the seed had been planted and 
commenced to grow. The tents, which had served temporarily, were hot in the middle of the 
day, not always leak-proof in the wind-driven, heavy rainstorms, and at night the penetrating 
cold became unbearable. Those Settlers with immediate needs for better housing built what 
was called "wattle-and-daub" houses. "This consisted of a frame of poles surmounted with 
a thatched roof and wattled up to the eves with limbs boughs or saplings from the nearest 
thicket, the inner divisions constructed of the same materials and the whole plastered with 
clay." The ruins of the Boardman house at Beaufort Vale showed walls that was called 
Devonshire Cob. In this method, earth was mixed with small stones and between shutters of 
wood that were later removed. The roof was thatched with reeds and rushes and clumps of 
long grasses. This could have been the first or a later house. 

The need for fresh milk for the children prompted the Settlers to turn to the old 
residents, Dutch formers, for livestock. These burgher neighbors isolated from the mainstream 
of civilization, were glad to get some of the finer things of life, such as china, silverware, 
jewelry, and small fiimiture in exchange for milk cows and cattle. Becoming aware of these 
ine?q)erienced fermers, the "friendly" neighbors disposed of their most troublesome and "cull" 
livestock. One diffident settler was chased around his kraal by his milk cow and had to call 
on one of his neighbors to help him catch the cow, tie it by its horns to a pole and bind its legs 
so he could milk her. 

As the Settlers obtained more cattle it was necessary for them to be protected from 
the wild animals and keep them from wandering off and becoming lost. This became the job 
for the young boys and girls. One little girl Harriet Wheeler, began herding at six years of age. 
A little boy died from exposure to the rains, while herding. Another little girl reported that 
many times she would have to run home for help while wild dogs tore flesh from the cattle. 
One day misty clouds suddenly came sweeping down the hilk and she lost her way. When she 
did not return home that night, a search party was organized, but it was three days before they 
found her, weak and exhausted but unharmed. She told them of a large cat had walked past 



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her, shook its black hair, let out an earth-shaking roar, and then walked away. It was a black- 
maned lion. 

In August of 1 823, two firiends of the Boardman boys were murdered while herding 
cattle and horses for the Willson party. The loss of the cattle to the KaflBrs could be 
compensated, but the two little boys, ages 8 and 1 1, could never be replaced. 




1820 Settlers landing 



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"Settlers' Camp" 
Alffoa Bay 



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Port Elizabeth (Alsoa Bay) 19S5 




Caopanlle 
1820 Settlers Manorial 
Port Elizabeth 



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TRANSFER OF PARTY LEADERSHIP 



Letter from Mr. Thomas Willson to the Reverend 
William Boardman 

Port Elizabeth 30 July 1820 
Dear Sir,-- Having accompanied my party of Settlers to the place appointed by Government 
for my location, I feel that I have discharged an important and most ardous undertaking; by 
the plan of allotment which I left with you they will be enabled readily to enter upon their 
respective possessions, and they will now commence a life of activity which I sincerely hope 
will prove a source of happiness to themselves and families. 

The first Installment of Deposit Money I have paid to all such as were entitled, and 
the second and third Installments shall be duly carried to their respective accounts; so that 
notwithstanding all that has occurred to agitate our feelings, we may at length, I trust, sit 
down in peace and goodwill towards each other. 

I was early taught and impressed with the Christian example of rendering good for 
evil; and when I reflect in what manner I have been requited for my services, I trust that 
many will bear in remembrance my patience and forbearance. I feel from this a 
conscientious satisfaction: such as have murmured, and have sought to ruin my hopes in 
this Colony, and who doubtless have prejudiced my interests by their misrepresentations to 
the Governor, they will perhaps reap the fruit of their designs; but I will thank you to 
communicate to the whole party my sincere good wishes for their prosperity, and in taking 
my present leave of them I most heartily wish them success in all their undertakings. 

It will remain now, with you, to exercise exemplary duties which cannot fail to 
excite veneration for the Government and harmony and peace amongst themselves; and I 
am sure I may congratulate the party in having united with them one so well constituted to 
administer to their comforts; hoping soon to be duly and quietly settled at Angloville, with 
my best regards for yourself and family, I am &c. 

(Signed) Thos. Willson 



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P.S.~I will thank you to read this to the party. For those who may hereafter be 
disappointed in their agricultural pursuits, I have in reserve a plan for uniting them in 
villages where they may pursue their respective trades with better success. 



From "Records of the Cape Colony" 



iTOPOSCOPE - Bathurst, Cape, South Af^-ica 
MEMORIAL TO 1820 SETTLERS 




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Letter jfrom the Reverend WILLIAM BOARDMAN to his son 

Mr. Willson's Party 
Near Bathurst, 10th Sept. 1820 

DEAR THOMAS,~We are at length settled at the place of our location, or rather, have been 
here 7 or 8 weeks; but, Mr. Willson having left the party immediately on our arrival, the 
business of measuring the land, and allotting to each his portion devolved on me; so that I 
have been almost continually engaged. I am happy to inform you that our situation is 
delightfiil, resembling much a park. The air and water are good, and the soil apparently fertile; 
so that, unless the summer prove very dry, we have the prospect of a good crop of com. My 
neighbor Lieut. A. Bissett and I have ploughed in common a valley containing about five 
acres, and sown about half of it with wheat, but cannot sow the rest yet, as seed-corn is very 
hard to be obtained. We have also digged a garden and planted about 100 vine stocks, with 
potatoes, Pease, beans French beans, pompions, and melons, which are coming up, and 
promise a fair crop; we have also sown the seeds of other vegetables, as turnips, cabbages, 
onions, beets, cauliflowers, &c., but, I am afiraid prematurely; as, altho' the midday heat is 
equal to that of the hottest at Midsummer in England, yet the nights are intensely cold, and 
a hoar fi-ost is often found on the grass before sunrise: as we live in tents these changes fi'om 
heat to cold affect us more severly; as soon therefore as we have finished the cultivation of 
the ground we shall begin to build without delay, altho' straw for thatch cannot be had until 
December, when the crop of wheat is ripe. 

My salary is fixed at 2000 Rixdollars per annum, for which liberal allowance I am 
under the greatest obligation to Mr. Maude, the Governor demurring to allow me a stipend, 
as the whole of the party were not members of the Church of England; two or three families 
of Methodists and as many of Jews, (or Proselytes as they call themselves) having smuggled 
themselves on board; the British Government also had sent no definitive instructions relative 
thereto; their sanction to the measure must therefore be obtained, which I have not the least 
doubt will be the case, as that Government which intended to confer a favour on Colonel 
Claughton, would never have thought of doing so by sending a person he so highly esteems 
to perish with his family in the wilds of Afiica. 



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From the liberal manner, heaver, in which the colonists have been treated as well by 
the Colonel as by the British Government, I have nothing to fear. On the passage (as I believe 
I observed in my last letter) the health and comfort of the settlers were provided for in every 
possible manner; tea, sugar, cacao, lime juice &c. were provided in sufficient quantities for 
those in health; and wine, preserved meats with other medical comforts for the sick: our agent 
Lieut. Williams turned the people regularly on deck, often at first much against their 
inclinations, whilst he, with myself, and Dr. Paul, the surgeon, superintended the nitrous 
fumigations below. 

Soon after our landing 1/3 of each man's deposit was returned; the rest has 
been detained by the colonial Government, in part of payment for the rations of beef or 
mutton and bread and flour which I understand will be delivered out (as they are at present) 
until the wheat be harvested so that the Colonial Government has evinced a degree of wisdom 
which deserves the greatest praise. I had also forgotten to observe that another third of the 
deposits was flimished to the settlers in agricultural and other usefiil in^lements, as spades, 
shovels, hoes, axes, harrow teeth, saws, hinges, nails etc. at very low rates; waggons also to 
bring us hither from Algoa Bay (now Port Elizabeth) were found by Government. 

The Colonial officers also are in general British, and execute their respective offices 
with fidelity and ability. His Excellency the Governor Sir Rufane Donkin, to whom I had the 
honour of being introduced by Captain Cloete, is the con:q)lete gentleman and man of 
business: also Captain Cloete, Evett, Moresby R.N. of the Menai, and Trappes, with whom 
I had business to transact, have shown me every attention Captain Trappes' s family is related 
by marriage to Grimshaw Lomax Esqr., also to the Blundells of Ince Blundell & Crossby. 

Altho' it is now the commencement only of the Spring, yet the number and variety of 
most beautifiil flowers is astonishing, there are also many usefiil plants, as wild leeks, 
maijoram, mint, wormwood, etc., as also a tree bearing berries resembling wild cherries, and 
another, the round succulent acid leaves of ^^dlich make excellent pies or puddings, resembling 
in taste young gooseberries or apples. There is also abimdance of game, as antelopes, wild 
hogs, zebras, monkeys, & baboons, hares, wild Guinea fowls, ducks, & doves, and geese, 
with partridges, plovers, parroquets, and a variety of smaller birds of the most exquisitely 
coloured plumage. There are however other animals which are more unpleasant neighbours: 



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about 5 miles from hence the postboy (a soldier) was stopped by a lion on his way from 
Bathurst to Grahamstown, which caused him to turn back: scarcely a night passes in which 
we are not serenaded by the spotted hyaena (vide Encyclopedia Brit, article canis) which 
comes generally singly, but sometimes in troops, the noises of which is most horrid; there is 
also another species called the laughing hysena from its diabolical laughter. The notes of these 
troublesome creatures, the barking of watch dogs with the report of firearms in every 
direction form no pleasant concert. We have lost five sheep, which straggled from home; and 
which they no doubt, have picked up. There are also leopards (called here Otigers) seen 
occasionally: our servant Wm Hogg when I was surveying in the woods, bringing my dinner, 
was stopped at the entrance of a jungle by a leopard, which he represents as a most beautiful 
animal: being at not more than ten yards distance from the beast, and thinking that I would 
rather, lose my dinner than my servant. Will offered him the former, which he civilly declined; 
and greatly to the satisfection of one of the parties at least, they parted good fiiends. We have 
also enemies of a more insidious kind of in abundance, as scorpions, scolopendras, and the 
most deadly kind of snakes, one of which (the puff adder,) I killed on Thursday next (sic). 

Of the Dutch settlers I can say Uttle, having seen none except those who 
brought us here and who came from Graaflf Reynet 1 50 miles to the northward; we could not 
imderstand each other's language; yet they appear an imcouth, half-civilized race, a 
conqwsition of knave and fooL, in which the former predominates; they have raised the price 
of every necessary of life to an enormous height; and had it not been for the provident care 
of the Government we must have been starved. 

All our party, many of whom are very worthy and respectable, and firmly attached to 
the British Goverment, are anxious to hear from Britain, myself among the rest. I request 
therefor that you will write to me without delay and direct to me near Bathurst, District of 
Albany, Cape of Good Hope. Your mother, sisters, and brothers join in love to you with 

your afifectionate fether. 

WM. BOARDMAN 

P.S. Present our gratefiil respects to Messrs. Hornby and Maude and family, as also 
to Dr. Whittaker, and every friend at Blackburn: communicate also the contents of this to our 



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relatives at Childwall, Speke, and Prescot. Present our best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Barton, 
and above all write to me immediately. I should be happy to receive a letter from Miss 
Dawson. 

We are all in good health and spirits, in the midst of good neighbors, and I have the 
happiness to be much esteemed by all the party. See W. Hogg's mother, and inform her that 
he is in good health, and contented, and that he behaves very well. 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 




DROSTDY 
Bathurst, 5outii Ainca 



In 1825 this unfinished Land- 
Irost or Magistrate's home and office 
was converted into the first Grammar 
School iDy the Reverend William Board- 
nan • 

It is still used as a private 
residence. 

Mary, eldest daughter of the 
Rev^ William Boardman, married V/m. 
J . Earle \jho operated the Grammar 
School here in 1832. 



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In the 1990's, the Boardman home and school ruins are surrounded by fields of pineapples. 

3326BC GRAHAMSTOWN/3326BD TRAPPE'S VALLEY 

SCALE: 1:50 000, 1 cm = 500 m 
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1820 ALBANY DISTRICT 



Printed Account of the Settlement in Albany 

His Excellency Sir Rufene Donkin, having, during his stay at Graham's Town, matured 
the Arrangement for the future Government of the Albany District, by the appointment of 
Major Jones to the Civil and Military Command on the Eastern Frontier, and by the selection 
of Messrs. Campbell and Bowker, as Special Heemraden, he left that Place on the 28th of 
May, for Major Pigot's Location, where His Excellency and Suite were most cordially 
welcomed Major Pigot, no way dispirited by the misfortune of the last year's blight, has been 
indefetigable in his Agricultural exertions; his Fields are beautifully enclosed and cultivated, 
his Stock of Black Cattle and Sheep is extensive and Select, and his Garden is admirably 
supplied with every description of Vegetables, and with all the numerous Fruits with which 
the several Parts of the Colony aboua His House is not more than half finished, but it will be 
spacious, substantial, and elegant. 

It was highly gratifying to His Excellency, not only to have witnessed the progress 
made on this Location, but to have found, that the best Spirit prevails among the whole of the 
Settlers, who are sanguine in the hopes of the ultimate success of their undertaking, and 
indefatigable in their exertions; the general confidence has been kept alive among them, by 
the unremitted Attention of the general and local authorities to their necessities. 

Neat and beautiful Cottages are fast spreading over the surface of the picturesque 
District of Albany, and the Town of Bathurst is rapidly increasing; several excellent Houses 
are already finished, and many more are in a state of great forwardness. The Drostdy home 
is nearfy completed. Mr. Jarman is building an Inn, to be called "The Bathurst Arms", upon 
a large and comfortable scale, and with the best prospect of success. 

His Excellency arrived at Bathurst on the 29th, where the above-mentioned 
Inprovements forcibly struck him, and far exceeded anything he could have anticipated; on 
the following Day, His Excellency installed Mayor Jones, in his Office of Landdrost. 

The hopes of the new Colonists are strongly excited, by the prospect of the 
Navigation of the Kovde River being found to be practicable. 



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Captain Moresby, last year, had regretted his not having the means of ascertaining 
fiilly the circumstances of this fine Bason, but since that time, several of the Officers of H.M. 
Naval Service, now Settlers in Albany, among whom, Lieut. Moodie and Mr. Dyason, have 
stated it to be their decided opinion, that small Coasters may enter into the River, with facility 
and safety, and , therefore, that a water communication fi-om the centre of the locations, will 
in future, supersede the heavy e?q)ense of land carriage to and fi-om the new Settlement:-- His 
Excellency went thither on the Day subsequent to his arrival at Bathurst, and has directed the 
LOCUST, with proper Boats, to ascertain the point, while he is on the spot. 

The Locust left Table Bay, prepared for the survey; and has on board a Life 
Boat and other Boats, for the purpose of effectually completing the Survey of this interesting 
and inportant River. 

Many of the Settlers are very confident on the subject and one Commercial gentleman, 
who was with Lt. Moodie when he made his survey, has written to England for a Number 
Boat, (which is said to be the best descrqjtion of Boat for the Kowie Service) for the purpose 
of commencing trading without delay. 

Property, in the whole of the Albany District, will greatly increase in value, if the 
Navigation of the Kowie succeed. Erven, both at Graham's Town and Bathurst, continue to 
be in great request; six were sold at the latter place, on the P of this Month, at an average 
of 500 Rds per Acre. 

His Excellency the Governor received a Deputation fi-om the Heads of Parties, and 
others at Bathurst, on the 1 st instance, when an Address was presented to him, a Copy of 
which will be found in this paper. On Sunday the 3rd, His excellency attended Divine Service 
at Bathurst, accompanied by Major Jones, (Landdrost) and other Functionaries. A 
considerable number of Settlers, with the Military at present quartered at Bathurst, attended 
on this occasion. The service was performed by the Rev. Mr. Boardman. 

This assemblage, and public homage to the Deity, in a place which a twelve-month 
since was a waste solitude, fi-equented only by wild Beasts, was very striking and effective. 

Many of the Settlers were devout people, and aware of their duty to witness to their 
neighbors and to preach the good tidings to all nations. Widespread as this religious interest 
was, the original plan for the settlement took small account of it.. True, there was provision 



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for a clergyman for each party of one hundred or more but only one party, Sephton's availed 
itself of the offer, their chosen minister being the Rev. William Shaw (Methodist), a young 
man of twenty-one. Two other ministers, both Anglicans, William Boardman and Francis 
McCleUand, came out as private settlers, but shortly after arrival were appointed to administer 
to the parties of Willson and Parker. But the vast majority of Settler Parties had no religious 
focus Even assuming that there were devout individuals who wished to worship together, 
there were diflSculties, particularly of denominational rivalry and division. Religious allegiance 
among the Settlers ranged from Catholic to Baptist, with a sprinkling of Jews. 
In religious matters, as in many other, the vast majority of Settlers were left to find their own 
feet. How did they manage? 

Six weeks after listening to sermons on the shores of Algoa Bay, Harry Hastings, in 
WiUson's party, attended an Anglican service conducted by the Rev. William Boardman in 
a marquee; he notes particular^ how carefully everyone has dressed for the occasion; he has 
missed the sound of church bells, he enjoys the inimitable liturgy of our church. 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 




Rev. William Boardman 's Descendants 



Earl Boardman Clarence Taylor Ken Kartchner 

Ruins of the Boardman house and school room. January 1994 

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1821 PERMIT TO LEAVE SETTLEMENT 



Mr, Ayliff and femily being delirious to (seek work) at Grahamstown for two (months) 
and being orderly, well disposed people, have my permission to do so. As witness my hand 
this 19th day of Sept. 1821. 

WMBOARDMAN 



Note #1 

The careful preservation of this colorfiil pass stresses its in^ortance to the settler 
concerned. Like his fellow settlers, John Ayliff needed written permission from his party 
leader to move from his location at Beaufort Vale to Grahamstown in late 1 821 in search of 
work. 



(Original document in Cory Library) 



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BEAUFORT VALE 
Rev. William Boardman's homesite and ruins, 1994 

JOHNAYLIFF 

This John Ayliff, given a permit to leave the Settlement by Party Leader William 
Boardman on September 19, 1821, age 23 and his newlywed wife, the same age; had dreams 
of becoming an independent, wealthy farmer of 100 acres of land in the new Albany 
Settlement of South Africa. 

Now, less than two years later, they were practically starving and could not leave their 
Settlement without permission from the Governing Board, thru the Party Leader, (practically 
a prisoner) hence their desire to find work in Bathurst or Grahamstown. 

This decision to leave the settlement was a wise choice. Ayliflf found work as an 
Ordnance Store Clerk, later became manager of the stores on the Government farm at 
Somerset East and later a teacher at Grahamstown. 

In 1 827 he entered the ministry of the Wesleyan Methodist Church and for over forty 
years was a great missionary among the native people. 



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LICENSE and LEAVE PERMIT VOIDED 
Letter from the Landdrost of Albany to 
Colonial Secretary 

Graham's Town 1 1th March 1822 

SrR,-An information having been laid before me last week that a waggon had left Graham's 
Town to proceed to the Country with Merchandise, a part of which were articles that had 
been obtained from the Governments Stores in Bathurst, I ordered the waggon to be detained, 
upon which the Proprietors of the goods two Settlers named Morris Slowman and William 
Kidson belonging to Wilson's party of which the Reverend W. Boardman now acts as Head, 
presented a Petition praying for a License to proceed into the Interior of the Country to 
dispose of their property, and forwarding the enclosed permission from Mr. Boardman, and 
a certificate from that Gentleman that the Articles from the Stores at Bathurst in their 
possession were purchased by virtue of an order signed by me at his request. 

Being aware that I had in the proceeding week at Mr. Boardman's request granted an 
authority to the Assistant Commissary at Bathurst to issue four blankets to two Settlers 
whose femilies he represented to be in the greatest misery and distress from the want of those 
articles, I called upon that gentleman to acquaint me under what circumstances he (Head of 
the Party) had granted these persons permission to leave the Locations, and sanctioned their 
disposing of goods obtained from the Public Stores expressly for the Comfort and use of the 
families of the persons for whom he had solicited the assistance of Government, and whom 
he had represented to be in the greatest distress for such articles. I have the honor to enclose 
for the notice and consideration of His Excellency the Governor, a copy of Mr. Boardman's 
reply, upon which it is only necessary to observe that if Mr. Boardman had not been aware 
that the Blankets had not been appropriated to the purpose for which they had been suplied 
and for vMch no such certificate could be wanted, he would not have granted it, as it could 
only be necessary to fecilitate a sale and remove the objections which persons might make to 
purchasing articles with the King's mark upon them. There is no question as to the articles 
having been bought from the Stores under my order, but the question is as to their subsequent 



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appropriation, and \\^ether Mr. Boardman did not obtain the order under false representations 
and knowing that they were intended for sale, otherwise there could be no occasion for a 
Certificate. 

I enclose a List of all the articles in the Waggon, by which it appears that some of 
them were obtained fi"om the Stores at Algoa Bay, and others firom Mr. Bailey who most 
probably obtained them fi-om the Stores at Bathurst. 

I have refused a License to Messrs. Slowman and Kidson, as I see no reason for 
permitting them to quit their Location for the purpose of hawking in the Country and I regret 
that they may be great sufferers fi*om such refusal. I have &c. 

(Signed) Harry Rivers. 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 

MERCHANDISE FROM THE GOVERNMENT STORES 
Letter fi-om the Reverand WILLIAM BOARDMAN to 
the LANDDROST of Albany 

Graham' s Town, 1 0th March 1 822 

SIR,— In answer to your Letter which I had the honor to receive this morning I can only say 
the Stores found in the possession of Messrs. Slowman and Kidson were in my opinion 
purchased bona fide from the Government Stores at Bathurst by virtue of an order which I 
obtained about three weeks ago from yourself, I supposed the goods were bought for the use 
of their respective families. 

I granted them permission to leave the party for a short time from an opinion that they 
would not abuse that liberty, they being in my opinion honest, inoffensive, fair dealing men; 
If I have erred it is unintentionally, and am therefore persuaded that you will readily pardon 
the involuntary offense. 

Gratefully acknowledging your attention to myself, I am &c. 

(Signed) Wm. Boardman 

From "Records of the Cape Colony" 



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REV. BOARDMAN'S DESIRE TO RETURN TO ENGLAND 

Letter from the Reverend William Boardman to 
Mr. Thomas Willson 

(Not dated, but about Jan. 1823) 

DEAR SIR,~In answer to your Letter which I received on Monday last, I can only observe 
that I have Enemies whose enmity I trust will prove as in^jotent as it is unfounded in Justice, 
the ill will which they bear to me arising from my refiisal to connive at their attempts to 
inpose upon the Government with respect to Rations &c. Many of their manoeuvres for that 
purpose have been truly ingenious and I have counteracted them if not always with success 
at least to the utmost of my Power. 

I have found the WHOLE PARTY with few exceptions, FRAUDULENT AND 
ADDICTED TO FALSEHOOD IN A GREAT DEGREE, and notwithstanding the many 
services I have rendered them, ready to take my Life if they could thereby gratify their 
revenge or . 

By the Heat of the climate, as well as the Fatigue which I am sometimes forced to 
undergo, I suffer dreadfully from the Headache, by which I am reduced to such a state of 
debility that on alighting from my Horse after a ride of ten or twelve miles, I am sometimes 
scarcely able to stand, and not only my youthfiil hose, but also all my clothes are grown "a 
world too wide". It has pleased God to remove M. Boardman to a better world. My son in 
Blackburn is married, and established in business with a fair prospect of success. For these 
reasons I am anxious to return to Britain as soon as possible, as should it please the author 
of my being to call me hence before James and William be old enough to support and protect 
their Sisters, their case would be trufy deploreable in the midst of those who would insult and 
injure them without remorse. 

You ask what I would advise you to bring in case of a Return to this Coimtry. I hope 
and believe that when in England you will give up all thoughts of a return. HALTERS will 
be much wanted, and consequently a good article for sale if the Rogues are not too poor to 
pay for them. 

/ HA VE NOT RECEIVED ANY MONEY ON YOUR ACCOUNT, NEITHER IS TT 



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LIKELY THAT I SHALL RECEIVE ANY, as the people have neither the power nor inclination 
to pay their just debts. I have been repeatedly swindled by some whom I should have thought 
incapable of such an Act. 

I have to request your advice and directions with respect to the Subdivision of the 
Land. Ten thousand acres have been granted to the Party, and as many have left those who 
remain assert that besides their own 100 acres they have a Right to a proportional share of 
the vacant ones. I maintain that we are engaged to give to each 100 acres only, and that they 
can justly claim no more. This is likely to be a bone of contention between myself and the 
Party. With your approbation I will submit the matter to the Colonial Government. 

The failure of the Crops of Wheat, Potatoes, calavances and almost every esculent 
vegetable has reduced this part of the Colony to extreme Distress, some mode of relief will 
therefore and doubtless be adopted; but I trust that indiscriminate eleemosynary assistance 
will be withheld as it only cherishes a spirit of idleness and is productive of many abuses. 
Provisions sold at reasonable rates, and enq)loyment for such as are willing to work, would 
be a more eligible system of Relief With best of wishes &c. 



(Signed) Wm Boardman 



From "Records of the Cape Colony" 




BEAUFORT VALE 



1820 Settlers. Willson Party Location. 

Rev. William Boardman, Party Leader 
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THE STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL 



With great anticipation the Settlers watched their crops grow, especially their wheat, 
which they depended on to supply the major source of their winter food and seed to be 
planted the following year. It looked like a bumper crop of all the seed they had planted. The 
wheat crop would be harvested in December the other crops would be harvested when ripe 
as needed. 

Just before harvest time, one of the fermers noticed the stalks of his wheat was turning 
red, not golden yellow. In checking with his neighbors he found the same situation begirming 
in their wheat; a rust disfiguring and distorting the stalks, causing them to wither and die. 
There were no alternatives but to bum and plow-up the ground. How would they survive until 
next years's crop? The Government agreed to continue to provide them with the bare 
necessities, as long as their stores lasted, but they would have to pay for them by it being 
charged to their deposit account, but which many had already been overdrawn, in which case 
they would have to mortgage their future crop to the Government. 

About this time a series of rules and regulations were passed on to the Party Leader 
to enforce. Even though their burgher neighbors could own slaves, could have Hottentot 
servants, they could travel anywhere, anytime, they could trade with the natives, yet the 
Settlers were denied these privileges. They were literally prisoners in their own locality. 

In order to travel fi-om one location to another, a written permit was required to be 
obtained fi-om the Party Leader. In order to travel outside the district, a permit had to be 
obtained from the Landdrost at Grahams Towil These regulations caused much irritation and 
often hardships among the Settlers and increased burden and responsibility on the Party 
Leader. Even causing hard feeling and enemies between the members and the Leader. 

The rust destruction of the wheat crop not only occurred this year, but also the 
following year, and yet the third year. The year 1823, not only a drought year, but followed 
with torrential rains and violent squalls of wind which did great damage to the farms and 
homes. Gardens and fences were swept away, the fragile and temporary houses were 
destroyed and swept away by the floods of the swollen streams. Now on top of this came the 
plague of swarming locust and grubs which devoured anything green in their paths. 



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Reports coming to the Party Leader and others such as: 

"for a few days my only diet was bread and water". 

"bread is quite out of the question, a half pound of rice is all we get". 

"the only food they had was pumpkin soup mixed with milk". 

Living conditions became so bad that when the people of Cape Town heard of the 
distress and misfortune to the people in the Albany District, they put on a drive to raise cash 
and commodities to send to these unfortunate people. Even the people in fer away India took 
up a subscription for the relief of the South African Settlers. 

Even to get married became a major hardship, waste of time, effort, and patience, to 
one young couple. This was a time when the only transportation was on foot, even up to 
thirty or fifty miles. After deciding to get married, the young couple had to appear before the 
Landdrost at Grahams Town, they walked thirty miles thru thick brush to appear before the 
Matrimonial Court, only to find it met only once a month. They were made to wait for four 
hours before the Landdrost would see them. After being questioned they were told to return 
in two weeks when they could get a license and pay fifteen shillings. 

The following morning they returned home and after two weeks the groom returned 
to Grahams Town and got the license and returned home again, a total of 120 miles. The day 
for the marriage they left the home of the bride to travel to Beaufort Vale, the residence of 
the Rev. William Boardman, a distance often miles. Upon arriving at the Rev. Boardman's 
residence, they found to their disappointment that he had left just a half hour before, for 
Grahams Town. The groom borrowed a horse from his intended father-in-law and rode about 
the country to find Rev. Stephen Kay. By the time he had found him, he had added forty miles 
to his total. His remark after being wished much joy: "if that was the joy I was to have, to 
walk and ride and run as I have had done for so many miles before I could get married, I hope 
that would be the last time I should be made under the painftil necessity of having to go so 
many miles". 

The regulation that denied the local communities to hold meetings for the discussion 
of public and political activities so enraged the members of the communities that a petition 
(in violation) was made up, signed and delivered to the Governor of the Cape at Cape Town. 

When the Governor was on leave to England, the Acting Govemor was able to change 



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some of these disturbing regulations. One of which was having Native Fairs, where trading 
with the natives became legal and even encouraged. Upon his return, some of these helpful 
regulations were rescinded. 

So numerous were the jobs to be done on the ferms that all members of the family had 
to pitch in and help. Even the youngest children of the Party had to take their turns herding 
the cattle and horses on the veldt, hi August of 1 823 two of Jamnes and William Boardman's 
herding companions were murdered while herding the cattle and horses belonging to the 
Willson Party. The loss was felt keenly by the Boardman Family, both to the Party they 
headed and as companions and playmates to their younger boys. The loss of the cattle to 
Kaffirs were replaceable but the lives of these two little boys, ages 8 and 1 1 years, could 
never be substituted. The Settlers were harassed by the natives from across the river. Time 
after time, cattle and sheep which were purchased from the Dutch farmers, were driven off 
and killed by the natives and wild animals of the area. In the year 1 822 no less than 2,590 
horses and cattle were stolen, 778 being recovered. In 1823 there were 2,136 head stolen and 
526 recovered. 

Commencing in 1821-1822, after the first harvest failure, many of the artisan, 
tradesmen and professional members became discouraged and concluded they were not 
farmers, and with the demand and high wages paid in the larger villages and towns, flocked 
to these centers, even tho they knew they would be forfeiting their land grants. Each year 
thereafter the number leaving the Colony continued to grow. Those not qualified and unable 
to make the move had to stay on and weather the storm. That was when the rules and 
regulation became more binding and enforced and disliked. 

It was in the year 1 822 that Mary, the eldest Boardman daughter married William 
John Earl, a member of the Willson Party, who was building a farm and house, near the 
Boardman location. 

From Blackburn, England came the word that Thomas, the upholsterer apprentice, 
who had remained in England, was married to Jane Funilowe during the year 1 823. He and 
his family remained in England. 

The next year, 1824, the greatest sadness and heartache to all members of the 
Boardman Famify, came with the death of their dear Mother, Margaret Hayes Boardman, at 



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the age of forty-four. 

Burdened by the troubles, contentions, back-biting, dishonesty and unruly actions of 
some members of his party and the rigid and strict rules of the autocratic governing officers; 
plus the loss of his lovely wife Margaret; plus the disappointing loss for over five years of a 
stipend promised, but never fulfilled; for his support as the Minister of his Party and those 
aroimd who needed his services, which were many, and being in poor health — The Rev. 
William Boardman, resigned as Willson Party Leader and opened a Grammar School in the 
Bathurst Drostdy vacant building in 1825. He also supervised a school at Cuylerville. 

Reverend William Boardman, Clergyman of the Church of England, Master of the 
Grammar and Mathematical School at Bathurst, Leader of the 1 820 Settler Willson Party, 
First Colonial Minister; died and was buried at his homesite, Beaufort Vale, Albany, Cape 
Colony, South Afirica. 

The date of death of the Rev. ^^^am Boardman is conflicting: 

Some records show date of death as: 22 Aug 1826 

A. J. Hewitt 10 Aug 1825 

51 Years 
57 Years 

We are accepting the Morse Jones dates of death as: 10 Aug 1825 

buried as: 12 Aug 1825 

There is no headstone to get the correct read for the graves where Rev. William 
Boardman and his wife Margaret Hayes Boardman, at their homestead Beaufort Vale, is an 
unmarked grave which has been plowed over many times. 

Although he did not live to a ripe old age and accumulate great physical wealth; 
WILLIAM BOARDMAN left to his large family a life of sacrifice, service and devotion to 
Education, His Church; His Settler Friends and to His Country. He was a Pioneer Leader in 
all ways. 



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SONG OF THE EARLY SETTLERS 

"Never despair! tho' the harvest fail; 
Tho' the hosts of a savage foe assail 
Never despair! We shall conquer yet! 
And the toils of our earlier years forget. 
In hope's bright glory our sun shall set, 
Mids't Afric's Southern Wilds." 

Dugmore 



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OTHER NOTES 



The Rev. William Boardman on whose shoulders the leadersh^ of Willson's Party fell, 
when that gentleman decanped, was sufficiently free of such responsibilities by 1 825 to take 
up an appointment as teacher of the Grammar School at Bathurst. This was housed in the 
handsome building which was originally intended for the Drostdy. Boardman also had the 
supervision of the small school at Cuylerville. His first school was in a tent, soon after the 
Party reached their location at Beaufort Vale. 

In all this time in Albany the Christian worship of the settlers was not neglected but 
the fact that this was so had little to do with the authorities. The Rev. Boardman of the 
Church of England, aged 43, a member of Willson's Party, was not a strong man. He limited 
his labours to his own party and possibly their nearest neighbors. He then became a teacher 
at the school in the building originally intended to be the Drostdy at Bathurst but died in 
1825. 

David Biggs in his article in the Cape Argus of July 11,1 990 wrote in a column "The 
Oldest School was Open": 

The Bathurst Primary School was started in the little 

settler hamlet between Grahamstown and Port Alfred 

in July 1 820, with the Rev. William Boardman as headmaster. 

Classes were held out of doors at first, but in September 

of that year a marquee arrived and the school moved under canvas. 

Proper premises were found in 1830 and the present 

school building was erected in 1 832. 

It is interesting to note that at this stage the school had 51 

pupils of whom four were Fingos. 

Government schools in England did not open for another 50 
years, and at this time there were no girl schools in England. 
But, from the start, Bathurst School was co-ed and multi-racial." 



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Chronological Recorded Events of 
REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 1820-1825 

Material copied from THE LOWER ALBANY CHRONICLE 
Compiled by E. Morse Jones - 1968 

1820 

July 11, Willson's party, with sixty wagons, had come by Lombard's Post and over 

Kowie River, and had reached their location on Bush River, right bank tributary to Torrens 
River. 

Thomas Willson handed over Management of the party to the Rev. WiUiam 
Boardman and returned to Port Elizabeth, where he had left his family. He left his servant 
Robert Lindsay on the location with no instructions. He had named the camp Anglo Ville. 

The location lay across one of the main elephant paths. 

The Rev. William Boardman was Minister to the party at 150 (pounds) per 
annum. (But never paid.) 

July 16, A Service was held in his location by the Rev. William Boardman. Thomas 

Clarke was Clerk to the Minister. 

July 25, Thomas Willson put the charge of his party into the hands of the Rev. William 
Boardman in writing. He enclosed a plan to separate the party's location into four divisions, 
three of three thousand acres, each to be occupied by twenty-nine heads of families, directed 
respectively by Benjamin Wilmot, the Rev. William, and John Webb; and the fourth of one 
thousand acres for himself His plan was not adopted. He had intended the town of Anglo 
Ville to have a Monument of King George the Third, erected in an open space to be named 
Bathurst Square. 

The Rev. William Boardman had been appointed School teacher to his party, 
in addition to his other duties. 

Aug. 6, The Rev, William Boardman held another Church Service. 

Aug. 7, Thomas Willson made application for the grant of one thousand acres. 

Aug. 25, The Rev William Boardman held a Service on the Church site in Bathurst. 
Sept. 1 0, The Rev. William Boardman wrote to his son Thomas, in England, describing 



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the measuring of allotments for the members of his party, which he had done. He and his 
neighbor, Lieut. Alexander Bisset, R.N., who had named his holding Croyden, had ploughed 
five acres in common and sown half of it to wheat. They were awaiting further seed-corn, 
which was very hard to obtaiQ. They had planted a hundred vine stocks and some potatoes 
and had sown peas, beans, pumpkins, melons, turnips, cabbages, onions, beetroots and 
cauliflowers. His fannfy was still living in tents, but he would begin building when cultivation 
was finished. He was e?q)ecting thatching straw about December when wheat was ripe. 

There was plenty of buck, bush-pigs, zebras and red hares for meat. Packs of 
spotted hyenas made a great deal of noise at night. He had lost three sheep. His servant, 
William Hogg, had been stopped by a leopard. He asked Thomas to see Hogg's mother and 
to report William's good health. Richard Cower had moved fi-om Beaufort Vale to Spanish 
Reeds Place and had planted there. 

The soldier carrying mails fi-om Bathurst to Grahamstown had been stopped 
by a lion and had to turn back. 

Sept. 1 1 , Applications were made for lots at Bathurst, upon which applicants wished to 

pursue their callings. Grants were made of Lot #20 to John Jarman, inn keeper. 

Sept. 1 8, Some Settlers were putting solid cross-sections, cut from Yellow- wood trees, 

on their sledges, to make them serve as wagons. The bearings (on the wagon wheels) gave 

trouble by frequently catching fire and had to be quenched with water, where any could be 

found. 

Sept. 25, The Rev TOliam Boardman held Church Service on his location. (Beauforte 
Vale). A herd of elephants passed through Thomas Clarke's tents. 
Sept. 27, The Rev. William Boardman was appointed Chaplain to Bathurst district. 
Sept. 28, The Rev. William Boardman learned that a marquee, loaned for his use, had 
reached Bathurst. He proposed to fetch it for Divine Service on Sunday next, and to open 
School in it on Monday. His Daughter, Margaret, was to teach the girls and younger boys. 
The children were to come from Southey's, Greatheads. Philipps', Holder's and Dyason's 
location, the latter now called Lushington VaUey. 

The Rev. William Boardman had now married a number of couples, including 
two from Grahamstown, who had furnished permission from a Magistrate. He has been 



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required to go to Grahamstown to baptise a number of children, there being no Chaplain at 
that place. He had asked for a few bushels of maize seed. 

St. John's Church - Bathurst 
Chaplain and Rector - Reverend William Boardman 1820-1825 

From 1820 the Chaplain of Bathurst, the Reverend William Boardman, held 
services, at first in a marquee, Thomas Clarke being clerk to the Chaplain, and then, in 1824, 
in the Residency (now called the Drostdy). He died in 1 825, and a successor to him was not 
appointed for nearly three years. 

Sept. 30, Surgeon James Pawle of Beaufort Vale sought permission to practice 
professionally. 

Oct. 7, The Rev. William Boardman held a Service in the marquee. 

School was opened by the Rev. William Boardman in the marquee. 
Oct. 7, Owing to Mure to issue a flour ration for nearly two months, there was now 

much sickness and distress in the Settlement. 

Oct. 1 2, Lieut. Robert Hart passed through the locations, and advised some people not 
to build their houses as low in the valleys as they were doing, as flood waters could be 
expected. 

Settlers were collecting wild date-palm leaves to prepare the fi"onds for use as 
straw-plait to make straw hats and were selling them in Grahamstown. 
Oct. 1 5, The Rev William Boardman held a service in the marquee. 
Nov. 12, Another Service was held in the marquee by the Rev. William BoardmaiL 
Nov. 20, The Rev. William Boardman's salary as Chaplain and other appointments was 
now 200 Pounds per annimi. (but no Church stipend) 

Dec. 11, Janaes Collins was at Uitenhage enpowered by the Mow members of his party 
to recover claims against their former party-leader, Thomas Willson, before the departure of 
the latter fi-om Port Elizabeth for England. 

Dec. 25, Christmas Day. The circumstances of many were desperate. 



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1821 

Jan. 7, Six hundred Xhosas visited the Clay Pits to collect Clay. 

Jan. 15, A meeting was held in Lieut. John Bailie's marquee at Bathurst, ostensibly to 
form a cultural Society. The Rev. William Boardman was in the chair. They adjourned to the 
Bathurst Arms for dinner. 

Mar. 12, Further holdings in Bathurst included Lot No 15, the Rev. William Boardman. 
Mar. 31, Xhosas collecting clay at the Pits had taken fourteen of Thomas Mahoney's 
cattle. 

June 3, The Rev. William Boardman held a service in a marquee at Bathurst. Gen. Sir 

Rufene Donkin, Major James Jones and Henry Nourse were among the congregation, which 
included many Settlers and the troops from Bathurst Post. 

Sept. 15, Thomas Clarke, Clerk to the Rev. William Boardman, was holding Services 
on those Sundays when the Minister was unable to do so . 

Sept. 1 7, Thomas Field and his invalid wife, Elizabeth, had now been waiting three 
months at Bathurst for leave to go to Cape Tovm. 

Sept. 30, Richard, son of Richard Webb, had been Baptized by the Rev. William 
Boardman. 

Oct. 1, Only half-rations were now being issued to those Settlers in need. 

Oct. 1 1 , The Rev. William Boardman reported the probable general feilure of the wheat 
crop through "rust", and asked the procurement of seed-barley, which would not be affected 
by the disease. 

Oct. 13, William, son of Stephen GradweU, was Baptized by Rev. William Boardman. 
Nov 7, The Rev. "William Boardman made a report on Thomas Willson's desertion of 

his party, and of his transfer of its direction to himself 

1822 

Jan. 1 , Harriet, daughter of Lieut Alexander Bisset, was baptized at Bathurst by Rev. 

William Boardman. 

Apr. 6, Lucy Finaughty was married at Bathurst by the Rev. William Boardman to 

Sergeant Robert Featherstone, Cape Regiment. Afterwards the Chaplain baptized Ann, the 



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daughter of Henry Ulyate, now working as a shoe-maker. 

Apr. 7, The Rev William Boardman was at Grahamstown to conduct a marriage. 

May 25, A proclamation forbade public meeting held without prior sanction by the 

Governor. Meeting held to discuss public matters were prohibited and punishable . 

Dec. 3, The following were among signatories to a request for permission to hold a 

meeting at which to state the present condition of the Settlers: (24 signers) 

Dec. 31, Wilham Earle had been married to Mary, daughter of the Rev. William 

Boardman. 



1823 

Jan. 3 1 , Margaret, wife of the Rev. William Boardman, had died at Bathurst. She was 
buried at his home in Beaufort Vale. 

Feb. 12, The Rev. WUliam Boardman had applied for a free passage to England. The 
Fish River had overflowed its banks and was impassable. It had risen about thirty feet in one 
day and ten feet more on the next. 

Sept. 9, The Rev. William Boardman was nominated as Master of a projected Bathurst 
Grammar School. 

Sept. 30, The Magistrate communicated with the Rev. William Boardman about the 
Grammar School to be opened at Bathurst. 

1824 

Jan. 4, The Rev. William Boardman received his formal appointment as Master of the 

Bathurst Grammar and Mathematical School, with a salary of 1 00 pounds per annum, and the 
School was opened in the Residency. 

July 13, The Rev. William Boardman went to the Mission with surgeon James Pawle, 
who was making another visit to John Shepstone. 

Aug. 10, At Woodlands the Rev. William Boardman married Jean, daughter of Capt. 
Alexander Biggar, to Johannes de Smidt. 

Sept. 1, Capt. Henry Crause stayed the night at Rev. William Boardman' s home. 
Sept. 8, Ann, daughter of Capt. Alexander Biggar was married at Woodlands by the 



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Rev. )\^aiii Boardman to Robert Dunn. 

Dec. 3 1 , The Rev. William Boardman was responsible for some teaching at Cuylerville, 

held in the building which was used for occasional Church Services. 

Feb. 14, Grace, wife of James Weeks, had died. He was on this day married at 

Grahamstown by the Rev. William Boardman to Maria Smith, widow. 

Feb. 1 8, The Govemor left KafiBr Drift Post by way of Fish River mouth for Bathurst, 

where he inspected the Residency. He recommended that the Rev. William Boardman should 

reside there. 

May 25, WiUiam Bartlett and Selina, daughter of James Hayward, both of Bethany, 
were married at Bathurst by the Rev. William Boardman. 

June 4, Frances, widow of John Scott of Beaufort Vale, was married at Bathurst by 

the Rev. William Boardman to Charles Adams. 

June 8, John, son of David Cawood, was married at Bathurst by the Rev. William 

Boardman to Ann, daughter of James Murray of Mount Donkin. James Murray and William 
Cawood were witnesses. 

Aug. 10, The Rev. William Boardman died at Bathurst. 

Aug. 12, The Rev. William Boardman was hurried by the Rev. Thomas Ireland, beside 
his late wife, on his allotment in Beaufort Vale, near to the site of the marquee in which he 
held his first Service in 1820. Among the mourners were the Magistrate of Port Frances and 
a very great number of Settlers. 

Nov. 17, Wilham Earle was appointed Master of Bathurst School at 100 pounds per 
annum (He was the son-in-law of the Rev. ^\^lliam Boardman, husband of Mary Boardman.) 
Dec. 1 , Lieut John Crause was married at Grahamstown by the Rev. Thomas Ireland 

to Sarah, daughter of the late Rev. William Boardman. Capt. Henry Crause and Judith 
Boardman were witnesses. 



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OBITUARY 



REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 

Died on 10th August 1825, at Bathurst, after an illness of only two days, the 
Reverend \\^lliani Boardman, aged 57 years, a clergyman of the Church of England, and 
Master of the Grammar and Mathematical School recently established at Bathurst. 

Mr. Boardman was much beloved by all who best knew him. To a highly classical 
education and cultivated mind, he united the most benevolent friendless disposition. He 
was essentially and particularly the friend of the friendless, and however some sticklers 
might blame his foibles the most envious caviler never doubted his integrity of intention or 
the goodness of his. In his transactions with the world he was liberal to a fault. 

But while praise is due to his liberality, it is to be regretted that he paid so little 
attention to pecuniary matters as to leave his family consisting of four daughters and three 
sons ( some of whom are peculiarly helpless) in rather embarrassed circumstances; to them 
indeed his death is truly afflicting. 

Mr. Boardman was buried on the 12th instant, upon his location adjoining the 
grave of his wife, near the spot where in August 1820 he preached his &st sermon after 
his arrival in the district. The fiineral procession was attended by the Land-drost, the 
Government Resident at Port Frances, the Rev. Thos. Ireland, who performed the Burial 
Service, some of the Heemraraden, and a numerous concourse of people, including nearly 
all the respectable inhabitants of the southern part of Albany, and several from 
Grahamstown. 

(Copied from a Manuscript by Dr. A. J. Hewitt) 



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3 



""sband William BOARDMANReverend-0 




Born 

27 Oct 1768 


Place 

Ashton, Malcerfield, Lancaster, Hngland 




Christened 

27 Oct 1768 


Place 

Ashton, Makerfield, Lancaster, England 




Died 

22 Aue 1825 


Place 

Bathurst, Cape/Good Hope, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 

Beaufort Vale, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Married 

15 May 1795 


Place 

Lathom, Ormskirk, Lancaster, England 




Husband's father 

Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 




MRIN: 324 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 






□ Deceased 


Wife 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 




Born 


Place 




Christened 

Oct 1772 


Place 

Burtonwood Chape, Warrington, Lancaster, England 




Died 

31 Jan 1823 


Place 

Bathurst, , Cape/Good Hope, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 

Beaufort Vale, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


1 Wife's mother 
■ Given name(s) 




Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Mary BOARDMAl 






Born 

10 Oct 1795 


Place 

Newburgh, Latham, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1837 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

William John EARL-lh 




MRIN: 331 






Married 

1822 


Place 








Sex 

1 F 


Judith BOARDMAN-2 


1 


Born 

16 Dec 1796 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

23 Sep 1865 


Place 

Uitenhage, Cape, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

John Henrv DIXON-2 H 




MRIN: 312 






Married 

12 Jan 1826 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Susannah BOARD 


MAN-3 




Bom 

27 Oct 1798 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom. Lancaster, England 


1 


Christened 


Place 


1 
i 


Died 

8 Feb 1857 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Thomas JARMAN-3h 




MRIN: 330 




1 Married 

31 Dec 1822 


Place 


i Sex 
1 M 


Thomas BOARDN 


lAN-4 




1 Born 

25 Sep 1800 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Christened 

26 Oct 1800 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Died 


Place 


1 

1 


; Buried 

1 


Place 


i 
i 


; Spouse 

! Jane FULLIL0W-4w 




MRIN: 329 




j 


Married 

17 Aug 1828 


Place 

Blackburn, , Lancaster, England 



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5 



6 



7 



8 



9 



""sband William BOARDMANReverend-O 


Wife 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Margaret BOARDS 


4AN-5 




Born 

14 Dec 1802 


Place 

Newton, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1869 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

William SMITH-5h 


MRIN: 367 






Married 

1843 


Place 


bex 
M 


John Ashton BOARDMAN-6 




Born 

8 Jul 1804 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

28 Jan 1829 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


bex 
F 


Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-7 




Born 

3 Aug 1806 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

John CRAUSE-7h 


MRIN: 328 




i 

1 


Married 

1 Dec 1825 


Place 


Sex 
M 


James Hayes BOA 


RDMAN-8 




Bom 

22 Jul 1808 


Place 

Newton, Lanes., England 




Christened 


Place 


i 


Died 

22 Aug 1889 


Place 

Barkley East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Elizabeth DIXIE- 


8 w 


MRIN: 334 






Married 

17 Feb 1834 


Place 


Sex 
M 


! William John BOARDMAN-9 


1 


Bom 

14 Feb 1811 


Place 

Blackburn, , Lancaster, England 


1 


Christened 


Place 


1 
1 


! Died 

: 1869 


Place 




i Buried 


Place 


1 
i 


Spouse 

! Marv Ann CALDICOT-9. w 


MRIN: 327 




1 


! Married 

8 Oct 1833 


Place 

St. George's Chu, Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa 



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Typed Copy of the Original 



Extract from the story of the Settlement of the British Settlers of 1 820 of the families 
of the late Revd Wm Boardman M A Viz. 



1 THE REVD WM BOARDMAN 








2 MARGARET 


His wife 






3 MARY 


His Daughter aged 


24 


4 JUDITH 


tt It 


(• 


23 


5 SUSANNAH 


It It 


It 


16 


6 MARGARET 


It II 


It 


14 


7 JOHNASHTON 


Son 


»i 


13 


8 SARAH 


" Daughter 


It 


12 


9 JAMES 


Son 


II 


11 


10 WILLIAM 


It If 


II 


8 



One son left in Blackburn Lancashire England, an apprentice to a Mr. Barton who 
was an upholster and had not carried his time out but was to follow us his name was Thomas 
age 19. 

Barkly East 

4*^ March 1 886 Signed JAMES BOARDMAN 

Declared before me at Barkly East this 4th March 1886 

True Signed E S Nayler J P 

Copy W. H. Smithers 



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EXTRACTS FROM BOARDMAN BIBLE IN POSSESSION 
OF PHILIP WILLIAM BOARDMAN 



FAMILY REGISTER 



Of the Rev. William Boardman (son of Thomas Boardman of Holbrook Hall and Ashton 
Manor, Lancashire M.A. 1st Colonial Chaplain, and his wife Margaret Boardman, bom Hayes, 
who were married in 1794, came out with the Settlers of 1820 in "La Belle Alliance" as Head 
of Willson's Party), and had the following children: 



1. Mary, bom at Newberry, Lancashire, 5 October 1795. 

2. Judith, bom at Newberry, Lancashire, 16 December 1796. 

3. Susannah, bom at Newberry, Lancashire, 27 October 1798. 

4. Thomas, bom at Newberry, Lancashire, 25 September 1800. 

5. Margaret, bom at Newton, 14 December 1802. 

6. John Ashton, bom at Newton, 8 July 1804. 

7. Sarah Hayes, bom at Newton, 3 August 1806. 

8. James Hayes, bom at Newton, 22 July 1808. 

9. William, bom at Blackbum, 14 Febmary 1811. 



Mary, married Wm. Jno. Earle in 1822, Willson's Party, Beaufort Vale. 

Judith, married John Henry Dixon, 1826 of Waaiplaats. 

Susannah, married Thomas Jarman, 1832 of Clumber. 

Thomas, remained at Blackbum, married Jane Fuenilove 1823. 

Margaret, married Wm. Smith, land surveyor, Grahamstown 1843. 

John Ashton, died at Grahamstown, 1827. Age 23. 

Sarah Hayes, married John Crause, Army Captain, 1825. 

James Hayes, married Elizabeth Dixie, 1834. 

William, married Mary, daughter of Dr. Caldecott, October 1833. 

Rev'd. William Boardman, died at Bathurst in 1827. 
Margaret Boardman, bom Hayes, died at Bathurst in 1824. 
Susannah, died at Peddie, 8th Febmary 1859. 
Margaret, died at Adelaide, 5th 1869. 

Daughter of Mary (Miss Earle) married Richard Read of Aliwal North. 

( Copied from the 1820 Settlers Archives, Capetown , Union of South Africa 
by Clarence D. Taylor on January 23, 1933). 



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^ JOHN R. BULMER PEDIGREE CHART 



NAME: 

WILLIAM BOARDMAN 
MARGARET REYES 

CHILDREN: 

1. MARY 

William John Earl 

2. JUDITH 

John Henry Dixon 

3. SUSANNAH 

Thomas Jarman 

4. THOMAS 

Jane Fuenilove 

5. MARGARET 

Will Smith 

6. JOHN ASHTON 



BIRTH 27 Oct 1768 Ashton-in-Makerfield 

ORDAINED 23 Nov 1803 
Of Liverpool 

Married 16 May 1795 Ormskirk 

Died 1823 Bathurst (age 44) 

Birth 10 Oct 1795 Newburgh, Lathom 

Married 1822 

Birth 16 Dec 1796 Newburgh 

Married 1826 

Birth 27 Oct 1798 Newburgh 

Married 1822 

Birth 25 Sep 1800 Newburgh 

Married 1828 Blackburn 

Birth 14 Oct 1802 Newton-Le- Williams 
7 Nov 1802 

Birth 8 July 1804 Newton-Le- Williams 

12 Aug 1804 

Died 1827 



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7. SARAH HEYES 



Birth 



5 Aug 1806 
31 Aug 1806 



Newton-Le- Williams 



John Crause 



Married 



1825 



8. JAMES HEYES 



Birth 



22 Jul 1808 



Newton-Le- Williams 



22 Aug 1808 



Elizabeth Dixie 



Married 



17 Feb 1834 



9. WmLIAM JOHN 



Birth 



14 Feb 1811 



Bkckbum 



Mary Caldicot 



Married 



1833 



John Bulmer, a genealogist and honorary treasurer of the Lancashire Parish 
Register Society, U. K., had done research on the Boardman line and was in 
contact with Dawn Brummer, Zimbabwe, in the 1980's. For the story of the 
origin of the Bulmer chart, see "My 2nd Experience in Finding Relatives in 
Africa," by Clarence D. Taylor, p. 196. 



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Rev. William Boardman's Child # 1 



Section HI 

MARY BO ARDM AN 
1795 - 1837 



William John Earl(e) 
1800 - 1853 



123 



ID# 1 



MARY BOARDMAN 

Mary Boardman was bom at Newton, Lancaster, England on 10 October 1795, the 
1st child of 9 and 1st daughter of Rev. William Boardman and Margaret Hayes Boardman. 

Mary with her Father, Mother, brothers and sisters, and after one month delay due to 
the frozen ice jam on the Thames River, sailed from the Downs, London, on the transport ship 
La Belle Alliance, 12 February 1820. They arrived at Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth) 24 May 
1820. 

While on the boat, Mary became well acquainted with a young farmer, a member of 
the Willson Party, by the name of William John Earl, age 1 9. In 1 822 Mary and William John 
were married. 

On the shipping list, both Mary, teacher, age 24; and her sister Judith, age 23, would 
qualify for the land grant. 

WILLIAM JOHN EARL (EARLE) 

William John Earl, a member of the Willson Party listed as a former, age 1 9, embarked 
on the ship La Belle Alliance 12 February 1 820 and arrived at Algoa Bay on 24 May 1 820. 
He made his home in lower Albany, near Bathurst and at Beaufort Vale. 

William John Earl married Mary Boardman, eldest daughter of the Rev. William and 
Margaret Hayes Boardman, in 1822. 

William became a teacher and he and his wife Mary, in 1 832, took over the Bathurst 
Grammar School. 

While fighting in the 8th Kaffir War of 1 853, he was kiUed. 



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3 



Husband ^^^^^^ j^j^ EARL-lh 




Born 

1 son 


Place 




Christened 


Place 


■ 


Died 


Place 

rviDany, i^apc, vjuou nope, oouui r\rrica 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Married 

1822 


Place 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




G Deceased 


Wife 

Mary BOARDMAN- 1 




Born 

10 Oct 1795 


Place 

Newburgh, Latham, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 


1 
! 


Died 

1837 


Place 










Buried 


Place 










Wife's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 




MRIN: 311 


B Deceased 




Wife's naother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 






S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

M 


John EARL- 1.1 




Born 

1824 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 








Sex 
M 


George EARL- 1.2 


1 
i 


Born 

1826 


Place 

. , Cape Province, South Africa 










Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 










Spouse 












Married 


Place 








Sex 
F 


Sarah EARL- 1.3 


i 
1 


Born 

1828 


P13C6 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


i 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




1 Spouse 




Married 


Place 


' Sex 

1 F 


Sophia Benison EARL- 1.4 


1 


Born 

1 1829 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




j Christened 


Place 




' Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




; Spouse 

1 Hf.rhp.rt lnne.<; RI JRIDGE- 1 .4h 




MRIN: 14 




1 


' Married 

10 Oct 1846 


Place 

Gr^hamstown. , Caoe Province, South Africa 



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Page 2 of 2 


Husband William John EARL- 1 h 


Wife 

Marv BOARDMAN-1 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Mary Elizabeth EARL- 1.5 




Born 

Abt 1832 


Place 

Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 






Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Thomas Philip Ogden MATHEW Dr. MRIN: 504 




Married 


Place 

. . South Africa 



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Husband ^^^^^^ j^^^^ RUBIDGE- 1 Ah 




Bom 


1826 


Place 

Gletwyn, , Cape Province, South Africa 


! 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


1860 


Place 

Gletwyn, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

10 Oct 1846 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


\ 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Sophia Benison EARL- 1.4 


! 


Born 


1829 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 


\ 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 


William John EARL-lh 




MRIN: 331 


S Deceased 




Wife's mother 


Mary BOARDMAN-1 






S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

i F 


Mary Payne RUBD 


DGE- 1.4.1 




Born 


1847 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, . Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 


! 


Married 


Place 


; Sex 
F 


Sarah RUBIDGE- 1 


.4.2 




Bom 


1849 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Peter MORKEL-1.4.2h 




MRIN: 15 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Louisa RUBIDGE- 1.4.3 




Born 


1851 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


i 


1 Died 


Place 


i 


Buried 


Place 


1 
1 


Spouse 


1 
1 

1 


Married 


j Place 


1 Sex 
1 M 


Robert Henry RUBIDGE- 1.4.4 


1 


Born 


1852 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


j 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Asnes RUBIDGE- 1.4.4W 




MRIN: 33 




! 


Married 


Place 



12 Aug 1997 



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5 



6 



7 



Husband Tiprbert Jones RUBIDGE-1 4h 


<?nnhia Reni<;on FARL-1 4 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Herbert Earl RUBIDGE-1. 4.5 


I 


Born 

1853 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Horence RUBIDG 


E- 1.4.6 


1 
1 


Born 

1857 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Ernest RUBIDGE-1. 4.7 




Born 

Abt 1858 


Place 

Graaf Reinet, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Maria (Minnie) SMUTS-1.4.7W MRIN: 16 


Married 

Abt 1880 


1 Place 

! , , South Africa 



12 Aug 1997 



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Descendants of Mary BOARDMAN-1 



12 Aug 1997 



1 . Mary BOARDMAN-1 (b.1 795 d.1 837) 

sp: William John EARL-lh (b.1800 m.1822 d.1853) 

— 2. John EARL-1.1 {b.1824) 

— 2. George EARL- 1.2 (b.1826) 
r— 2. Sarah EARL-1.3 (b.1828) 

2. Sophia Benlson EARL- 1.4 (b.1 829) 
sp: Herbert Jones RUBIDGE-1.4h (b. 1 826 m. 1846 d.1 860) 

3. Mary Payne RUBIDGE-1.4.1 (b.1847) 
j— 3. Sarah RUBIDGE-1.4.2 (b.1849) 
sp: Peter MORKEL-1.4.2h 

— 4. Arthur RUBIDGE MORKEL-1. 4.2.1 (b.1873) 
sp: Alice SOUTHEY-1 .4.2.1 w (b.1875) 

— 5. Rhoda MORKEL-1 421 1 
sp: Charles MORGAN-14211h 
sp: Graham Fenwick WRIGHT-14211h2 

— 5. Reggie MORKEL-1 421 2 
sp: Ann THORNE-14212w 

6. John MORKEL-142121 
I sp: Rosemary DUNLOP-142121W 

7. Philippa MORKEL-142121 1 
7. Mary MORKEL-1421212 

— 7. Jeremy MORKEL-1 421 21 3 
7. Campbell MORKEL-1421214 
7. Antony MORKEL-1421215 
7. John MORKEL-1421216 

6. Rex MORKEL-142122 
sp: Patricia SCOTT-LANE- 1 42 122w 

7. Diana MORKEL-142121 
\— 7. Arthur MORKEL-1 421 222 
7. Brian MORKEL-1421223 
7. Keith MORKEL-1421224 
6. David MORKEL-142123 
sp: Joan WILLIAMS-142123w 

— 7. Patricia MORKEL-1 421 231 
7. Coral MORKEL-1 421 232 
7. Deborah MORKEL-1 421 233 

5. Vincent MORKEL-14213 
5. Cecil MORKEL-14214 
sp: Betty MORKEL-14214w 
6. Clive MORKEL-142141 
sp: Pat STOBART-142141W 

— 7. Brian MORKEL-142141 1 (b.1970) 

— 7. Derrick MORKEL-1 421 41 2 

— 6. Meryl MORKEL-1 421 42 

— 6. Alan MORKEL-142143 
'— 6. Barry MORKEL-142143 

5. Clifford MORKEL-14215 

sp: Sheila NORMAN-14215w 
5. Ernest MORKEL-1 421 6 



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5. Corolie MORKEL-14217 

— 5. Cynthia MORKEL-14218 
^ 5. Ronald Nonnan MORKEL-14219 

— 5. Antony Brian MORKEL-1 4220 

— 4. Hilda MORKEL-1. 4.2.2 (b.1875) 
sp: J. ELEY-1.4.2.2h (b.1873) 

4. Minnie MORKEL-1. 4.2.3 (b.1878) 
sp: Fred ALEXANDER-1.4.2.3h (b.1874) 

— 4. May MORKEL-1. 4.2.4 (b.1878) 
sp: CORSER-1.4.2.4h (b.1878) 

4. Olive MORKEL-1. 4.2.5 (b.1882) 
sp: TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h (b.1880) 

— 5. Clare TOWNSEND-1 4251 
5. Vernon TOWNSEND-1 4252 

— 5. Guy (Bobby) TOWNSEND-14253 

— 5. Elaine TOWNSEND-14254 

— 5. Wendy TOWNSEND-1 4255 
^ 5. Atherton TOWNSEND-1 4256 

4. Ernest MORKEL-1. 4.2.6 
4. Ivy MORKEL-1. 4.2.7 (b.1888) 
sp: Theophilus Cecil FYNN-1.4.2.7h (b.1885) 

— 5. JeanFYNN-14271 
sp: Seymour SMITH-14271h 

6. Jennifer S. SMITH-142711 
sp: Jean LA FITTE- 1 42711 h 

— 7. Danielle LA FITTE-14271 1 1 

— 7. Sara LA FITTE-14271 12 
I— 7. Jeaniac LA FITTE-14271 13 

sp: Basil FARRANT-14271h2 

'[— 6. Jonathan FARRANT- 14271 2 

t 

|— 6. Hilary FARRANT-142713 
i sp: HARTLEY-142713h 
^ 6. Kim FARRANT-142714 

— 5. Margaret FYNN- 14272 
sp: LIDDLE-14272h 
sp: HAMILTON-14272h2 

5. Mildred FYNN-1 4273 
sp: M. DAVIS-14273h 
' 6. Richard DAVIS-1 42731 

6. Antony DAVIS-1 42732 (b.1955) 
5. Vivian FYNN- 14274 
I sp: Tony GRIFFITH-1 4274h 
I — 6. Heather GRIFFITH-1 42741 
I L_ 6 Michael GRIFFITH-142742 
'■— 5. Farewell FYNN-1 4275 
sp: Pat KERR-14275W 

— 6. Leonard FYNN-1 42751 

— 6. Elizabeth FYNN-1 42752 

— 6. Linda FYNN- 142753 
sp: Shirley MARTIN-14275W2 
'— 6. Terry FYNN-142754 (b.1969) 

^ 3. Louisa RUBIDGE-1. 4.3 (b.1851) 



r 



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— 3. Robert Henry RUBIDGE-1. 4.4 (b.1852) 
sp: Agnes RUBIDGE-1.4.4W (b.1854) 

'f- 3. Herbert Earl RUBIDGE-1. 4.5 (b.1853) 
|— 3. Florence RUBIDGE-1. 4.6 (b.1857) 
^ 3. Ernest RUBIDGE-1. 4.7 (b.1858) 

sp: Maria (Minnie) SMUTS-1.4.7W (b.1860 m.1880) 

— 4. Mary RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.1 (b.1881) 

— 4. Herbert RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.2 (b.1883) 

— 4. Sophia RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.3 (b.1886) 
2. Mary Elizabeth EARL-1.5 (b.1832) 

sp: Thomas Philip Ogden MATHEW Dr.-1 .5h (b.1856) 

— 3. Florence Mary MATHEW-1. 5.1 (b.1859) 

sp: Charles Herman Shaw RH0DES-1.5.1h (b.1856) 

— 4. Thomas Cyian RHODES-1. 5.1.1 (b.1879) 
j I sp: Maud Hester REMINGTON-1. 5.1.1 w 

j ^ 4. Vera Maud RHODES-1. 5. 1.2 (b.1881) 

; sp: Robert SeftimusCRAWFORD-1. 5.1. 2h (b.1877) 

— 5. Ivan George Jack CRAWFORD-1 51 21 (b.1906) 

— 5. George Hamilyn Earl CRAWFORD-1 51 22 (b.1908) 

sp: Hilda OSBORNE-15122 w 
I sp: Helen Consynus RAFA-15122 w2 

— 5. Beryl Eileen CRAWFORD-15123 (b.1912) 

I i sp: John Jack DYASON-1 5123 h (b. 1 907 m. 1036) 

j I 6. Ann Clare DYASON-1 51 231 (b.1936) 

j sp: Comelis Janse DEJAGER-151231 h (b. 1 920 m. 1958) 

[— 7. Anne Helen DEJAGER-151231 1 (b.1959) 
I— 7. David John DEJAGER-151231 2 (b.1961) 
— 6. Margaret Jean DYASON-1 51 232 (b.1939) 
sp: Michael GRAVELLl-1 51232 h 
! L_ 6. John DYASON-151233 (b.1945) 

— 5. Noreen Margaret CRAWFORD-1 51 24 (b.1916) 

i 

i sp: Wyndham GORDON-15124 h (b.1916 d.1960) 
L 5. Jean Pamela CRAWFORD-1 5125 w (b.1922) 
sp: Leslie ATKINSON-15125 h 

— 4. Constance Mabel RHODES-1. 5. 1.3 (b.1883) 

sp: William Rowe EALES-1 .5.1.3 h 

— 4. Porter Florence RHODES-1. 5.1. 4 (b.1885) 
I sp: Reginald THORNTON- 1 .5. 1 .4 h 

; L 4. Basil RHODES-1 .5.1. 5 (b.1888) 

I 

sp: Dolores JORGENSON-1 .5.1 .5 w 
sp: Doris. HUNDLE-1.5.1.5 w2 
I sp: CLASSENS- 1.5. 1.5 w3 

— 3. Jessie Hope MATHEW- 1.5.2 

sp: Clarence DEWITT-1 .5.2. h 

— 3. Emmeline Mary Earle MATHEW- 1.5.3 

sp: Arthur Sidney HOOK-1 .5.3. h 

— 3. Charles Ogden MATHEW-1. 5.4 

sp: Edith LEE-1. 5.4 w 

— 3. Augustus Thomas MATHEW-1. 5.5 

sp: Ida MCMASTER-1.5.5 w 



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Rev. William Boardman's Child # 2 



Section IV 
JUDITH BOARDMAN 
1796 - 1865 

John Henry Dixon 
1786 - 1874 



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Family Group Record - 312 



3 



4 



Husband t u tt t 
John Henry I 


DIXON-2 H 




Born 

28 May 1786 


Place 

West Ham, , Essex, England 




Chnstened 

25 Jun 1787 


Place 

West Ham, , Essex, England 




Died 

1 2 Jan 1 826 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Married 

12 Jan 1826 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


i 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


i 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Judith BOARDMAN-2 


Born 

16 Dec 1796 


Place 

Newburgh, Lalhom, Lancaster, England 


i Christened 


Place 


^ Died 

23 Sep 1865 


Place 

Uitenhage, Cape, South Africa 


\ Buried 


Place 


: Wife's father 

1 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 






MRIN:311 E Deceased 


! Wife's mother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 






E Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Anne Judith DIXO 


N-2.1 




Born 

16 Nov 1826 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Chnstened 

15 Nov 1829 


Place 

Cathedral Church, Grahamstown, Cape, South Africa 


i 


Died 

28 Mar 1877 


Place 




Buried 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Afirica 


i 


Spouse 

Johan Godlieb HARTMAN-2.1h 






MRIN:313 


1 


IVIarried 


Place 


1 Sex 
M 


Joseph DIXON-2.2 




Born 

6 Jan 1828 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


i 
1 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 


j 


Buried 


Place 


i 


Spouse 


i 
1 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

! F 


Margaret DIXON-2.3 


j 


Born 

26 Mar 1829 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Chnstened 


Place 








i 

! 


Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 












Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Ellen DIXON-2.4 




; Born 

1 7 Nov 1830 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

2 Feb 1831 


Place 




i Buried 


Place 




i Spouse 

i 












1 Married 

1 


Place 









11 Jun 1997 




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5 



6 



7 



""^''^"'^ John Henry DIXON-2 H 


' Wife 

Judith BOARDMAN-2 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


John Boardman DIXON-2.5 




Born 

8 Jan 1832 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

9 May 1832 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 




Born 

14 Mar 1835 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape/Good Hope, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

4 May 1884 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Spouse 

Sarah DEGREY-2.6w MRIN: 443 


Married 

21 Jan 1865 


PI3C6 

Salt Lake City. , Utah 


Sex 
F 


Adelaid Catherine 


DIXON-2.7 


j 
1 


Born 

29 Jan 1837 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married Place 



27 Jun 1997 



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BIOGRAPHY OF JUDITH BOARDMAN DIXON 



1796 - 1865 

The Boardman family of Haydock Lodge, Holbrook Hall and Ashton Manor, was a 
very respectful and influential family of Lancaster, England. They owned considerable 
property at Haydock and Liverpool. 

To Thomas Boardman and Mary Ashton, a son, christened William was bom October 
27, 1768. His parents desired that he obtain an education and become a schoolmaster. After 
his prep school, at 1 8, he entered the Manchester Grammar School for his advanced study. 
After his marriage to Margaret Hayes, he obtained a school at Newburgh, about ten miles 
from his birtlplace, where four of their children were bom: Mary, October 5, 1 795; JUDITH, 
December 16, 1796; Sussanah, October 27, 1798; Thomas, September 25, 1800. 

From Newburgh, William moved his family to Pinnington to teach school. Here the 
following children were bom Margaret, December 14, 1802; John Ashton, July 8, 1804; 
Sarah Hayes, August 5, 1806; James Hayes, July 22, 1808. They were christened at Newton 
in Makersfield, close to William's birthplace. 

Prior to the birth of Judith's son William (bom February 14,1811 at Blackburn, 
England), they had moved the femily to Grimshaw Park in Blackbum, where Wm was Master 
of Grammar School. He resigned, his position at Blackbum in 1819 to become one of the 
1 820 Settlers to colonize the Albany Settlement at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. 

Judith attended school at Pinnington and Blackbum, and no doubt, she and Mary were 
assisting their father at the Grammar School in Blackbum, just before they left England for 
South Africa. Later, Mary and her husband took over the schools which had been started by 
the Rev. William Boardman, at Bathhurst and Cuylerville in South Africa. 

Judith Boardman, next to the eldest daughter of the Rev. William Boardman, and my 
great grandmother, in 1 820 was old enough to sign up for an allotment of land in South 
Afiica and qualify as an 1 820 Settler. 

Judith, together with her fether and mother and four sisters and four brothers with all 
their earthly possessions, left Blackbum, England on December 23, 1819 for London, 



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England where they were to board the La Belle Alliance sailing ship. 

Upon their arrival at London, their sailing vessel was frozen solidly in the ice, at 
Depthford on the Thames River; unable to move. 

The Boardman femily boarded their ship, La Belle Alliance, fully expecting the ice to 
break-up in a few days and permit them to set sail for sunny South Africa. 

This being a very unusual and severe winter, it took the sailing vessel nearly a month 
to proceed a distance of two miles down the River into open sea water by February 14, 1 820. 

The three month voyage to Algoa Bay, South Africa was a long, hot, monotonous 
journey, with plenty of time to rest, relax, and very little work, except when the ship had to 
be fimiigated and scrubbed down. 

With 307 persons, plus the crew, crowded into a small sailing vessel such as the La 
Belle Alliance, sickness such as measles, whooping cough and colds spread rapidly. Luckily 
there were three medical doctors on board to give relief where needed. The smallpox 
epidemic, on board ship, took the lives of several members, who were buried at sea. 

On May 24, 1 820, the anchor of the La Belle Alliance was dropped in Algoa Bay, the 
dis-embarkation point for the Settlers. Another week passed before the passengers, their 
boxes, bags and luggage were loaded on the flat boats and delivered to the sandy beach. 
"Settlers Town" was the first ten:q)orary home of the Boardman' s in the new land of South 
Africa. This consisted of rows of tents back from the shoreline, occupied by the Settlers while 
they were waiting for the wagons to transport them and their possessions to their new, 
permanent land locations. 

Judith and her family had to waste another thirty-four days in Settlers Town before 
their luggage and equipment was loaded on the wagons for their trip inland. 

It took the Boardman femily about eight days of jolting, bouncing, and tossing in the 
ox drawn wagons over the hot, dry, dusty roads, before they reached their destination. 

Finalfy, the acting leader of the Willson Party, the Rev. William Boardman, halted the 
caravan and was shown his land allotment. The boxes and luggage were unloaded and the 
wagons departed leaving the Settlers sitting on their boxes, along in a new and unfamiliar wild 
land. 

Father and mother, boys and girls, all pitched in to provide a shelter to protect them 



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from the elements, animals and natives. 

Life in England had been comfortable and pleasant for Judith. Now, at the age of 
twenty-three, it became a difficult adjustment to make, under the primitive living conditions 
of an 1820 Settler. 

The law in the Settlement forbid them to hire slave servants, so Judith and her sisters 
pitched in to he^ their fether build their j5rst crude shelter. Before the crops could be planted, 
the land had to be cleared and the seed-bed prepared, which Judith and her sisters helped to 
do. Then in despair, they watched their growing crops, dry-up and die from the drought and 
rust disease. Life in this new land was hard, dis-heartening and full of discouragement and 
despair. 

Time and time again, Judith and her sisters wished they had not left comfortable 
England. At their home in England they would have friends of their own age to associate 
with, places to go, and things to do. Here in Africa they were confined to the boundaries of 
their settlement, no new friends; only hard, toilsome work, day after day. 

Two years after the Boardman family landed in South Africa, the eldest daughter, 
Mary Boardman, married a fellow Willson Party Settler and passenger on the sailing ship. La 
Belle Alliance; William John Earl. Up to this time, Judith had the close companionship with 
her sister Mary, but now this was taken. 

A year later, on January 31,1 823, Judith's mother, Margaret Hayes Boardman died. 
Now the eldest daughter at home, Judith assumed the responsibiUty of running the home and 
caring for her fether and three younger sisters and three younger brothers; which was a most 
difficult job under such adverse living conditions. 

Sadness again entered the Boardman household when the Rev. William Boardman 
died on August 22, 1825 at Bathhurst. Now the fiill responsibility of the orphaned Boardman 
children was hers. 

The following December, nineteen year old, Sarah Boardman married John Crause, 
a British Army Captain, wiio was stationed at the Army Garrison in Grahamstown. This was 
one less responsibility for Judith. 

Now amidst this time of trouble and sorrow, a ray of hope and happiness appeared 
in the form of a proposal of marriage from John Henry Dixon, the Leader of the 1 820 Settler 



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Dixon Party, a widower since June 21, 1924, when his first wife Margaret Walden Dixon had 
died, leaving four daughters and one son. Judith Boardman and John Henry Dixon were 
married in the St George Church, Grahamstown on January 12, 1826 by the Rev. Thomas 
Ireland. 

Coming fi-om a large family of boys and girls and for several years having managed 
the household duties of her father's house, was not difficult for Judith to assume full 
responsibility of the Dixon household and acting as mother of the five motherless children: 
Mary, age 15; Emma, age 12; Eliza, age 10; Sarah, age 8; and William, age 5. 

Happiness again entered Judith's life with the birth of her first child and daughter, Ann 
Judith, on November 16, 1826. 

Of the seven children bom to Judith, she only raised two to maturity; her oldest 
daughter Ann Judith and her youngest boy Henry Aldous. Then to have her youngest son, 
Henry A. join the Mormon Church and he being turned out of her home by his father and 
disowned, was a heartbreaking ejq)erience for her. 



JUDITH BOARDMAN DIXON'S CHILDREN: 



Ann Judith Dixon Bom 16 Nov 1826 Died 8 Mar 1877 

Joseph Dixon 6 Jan 1828 

Margaret Dixon 26 Mar 1829 

Ellen Dixon 7 Nov 1830 2 Feb 1831 

John Boardman Dixon 8 Dec 1831 9 May 1832 

Henry Aldous Dixon 14 Mar 1835 4 May 1884 

Adelaid Catherine Dixon 29 Jan 1837 



From 1829 to the middle of 1834, three of Judith's children were bom under very 
trying e?q)eriences. This was a period when the natives were continuously, making trouble for 
the Settlers by driving off their cattle, setting fire to their houses and even killing many of the 
Settlers. The 6th KafBr War between the natives and the whites, which started on December 
of 1834, was the worst. 



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Thus on March 14, 1 835, during this Kaffir 6th War, Henry Aldous Dixon was bom 
in Grahamstown to Judith. It was here in Grahamstown that Henry Aldous Dixon grew up 
as a boy. His fether had moved from the Dixon Location " Waaplaats" into Grahamstown and 
became a merchant. 

John Henry Dixon had accumulated sulQBcient wealth, by 1850, to retire from business. 
Thus in his 64* year he bought a house in Uitenhage, a wealthy retired village 120 miles 
South from Grahamstown and 21 miles inland from Port Elizabeth. 

Anne Judith Dixon had married Johan Godlieb Hartman on February 1 846 and stayed 
in Grahamstown when John Henry, Judith and Henry A. Dixon moved to Uitenhage. 

It was here in Uitenhage on March 14, 1855 that Judith's youngest son Henry A. 
came home with a wet bundle of clothes under his arm and announced that he had been 
baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Henry's father calmed 
down long enough to tell him that since he had chosen between his family and the filthy 
Mormons that he must leave his house and never return. He then left the room with his wife, 
Judith, screaming after him, pleading for mercy and a reconciliation. Eight months later, 
Judith's youngest son, Henry A. left Port Elizabeth for Utah. 

Henry A. Dixon returned to the country of his birth in December of 1 861 . His mother, 
Judith persuaded her husband, John Henry to invite their son to pay them a visit at Uitenhage. 

In January of 1 862, Henry Aldous Dixon was transferred from his activities as a 
missionary for the Church in Capetown, to the Port Elizabeth District. On January 1 8th he 
accepted his parents invitation and was given a prodigal son's welcome to their home. Judith 
gave him a five pound note and sent him to the local clothing store where she paid for a new 
suit of clothes for him. 

Judith encouraged him to bring his girl fiiend from England, marry her and settle 
down in Africa to a life of comfort and ease, and be near his femily. She even had her husband 
promise to provide a furnished house and to see that he was taken care of financially for the 
rest of his life. But of no avail. Henry A. returned to his missionary labors two days later. 
From time to time, without her husband's knowledge, she sent her missionary son money to 
help sustain him financially. 



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About one year and a half after her only living son returned to his home in Utah, 
Judith Boardman Dixon died at Uitenhage, South Africa on September 23, 1865, where she 
was buried. 

Clarence Dixon Taylor 
1979 

Great Grandson 2 Gen. Removed 
From Rev. William Boardman 




"WAAPLAATS" DIXON LOCATION 199A 



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Family Group Record - 31 3 page i of i 



2 



3 



Husband j^^an Godlieb HARTMAN-2.1h 


Born 

1 


Place 


i 


Christened 


Place 


r 


Died 

25 Sep 1862 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Married 


Place 


j 

i 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Anne Judith DIXON-2. 1 


! 


Bom 

16 Nov 1826 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


Christened 

15 Nov 1829 


Place 

Cathedral Church, Grahamstown, Cape, South Africa 




Died 

28 Mar 1877 


Place 




Buried 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


! 


Wife's father 

John Henry DIXON-2 H 




MRIN:312 


a Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Judith BOARDMAN-2 






a Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


John HARTMAN-2. 1.1 




Born 

21 Jan 1850 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

14Jun 1927 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Henry HARTMAh 


[-2.1.2 


1 


Bom 

14 Jul 1852 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 


1 

1 


Died 

1 Jun 1928 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 


j 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Marv Ann NEWSON-2. 1 .2w 




MRIN:314 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2. 1.3 


1 


Born 

28 Feb 1854 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 Mar 1911 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


! 


! Spouse 

1 Donald Murdock MC DONALD-2. 1 .3h 




MRIN:315 






Married 

27 Jan 1891 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province. South Africa 


1 Sex 
M 


William HARTMAN-2. 1 .4 


! 


i Bom 

9 Sep 1857 


Place 

Grahamstown. , Cape Province, South Africa 


i 


i Christened 


Place 




Died 

15 Nov 1933 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Spouse 

1 Florence Elizabeth MCCLOED 




MRIN: 488 




1 


i Married 

' 30 Apr 1901 


Place 

Cradock. Cape, South Africa 



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Rev. WILLIAM BOARDMAN'S GREAT GRANDCHILDREN 
Anne Judith Dixon Hartman Children 




Henry 



I.D. # 2,1.2. 



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William 
I.D. # 2.1.4. 



Descendants of Anne Judith DIXON-2.1 



12 Aug 1997 



I.Anne Judith DIXON-2.1 (b.1826 d.1877) 

sp: Johan Godlieb HARTMAN-2.1h (d.1862) 

2. John HARTM AN-2. 1 .1 (b. 1 850 d. 1 927) 
— 2. Henry HARTM AN-2. 1.2 (b. 1 852 d. 1928) 

sp: Mary Ann NEWSON-2. 1 .2w (b. 1 849 d. 1 920) 

— 3. Edwin Henry HARTMAN-2.1.2.1 (b.1884 d.1884) 

— 3. Violet Annie HARTMAN-2.1. 2.2 (b.1886) 
sp: Clarence WEAKLEY-2.1 .2.2h (m.1929) 

^ 3. Owen Dixon HARTMAN-2.1. 2.3 (b.1889 d.1895) 
2. Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2.1.3 (b.1854 d.191 1) 
sp: Donald Murdock MC DONALD-2.1.3h (b.1856 m.1891 d.1928) 
3. Florence Mary MC DON ALD-2. 1.3.1 (b. 1 892 d. 1 972) 
sp: Joseph RADFORD-2. 1 .3. 1 h (b. 1 894 d. 1 981 ) 



|— 4. Deryck Vincent RADFORD-21 311 (b.1919 d.1993) 
I sp: Joy Elizabeth NEWTON-2131 1w (b.1923) 
I p 5. Bryan Vincent RADFORD-21 31 11 (b.1948) 

sp: Chans Margaret FEUERHEERD-21 311 1w (b.1949) 

— 5. Clyve Wesley RADFORD-21 31 12 (b.1952) 
sp: Catherine Louise Bridget MOORE-2131 12w (b.1955) 
^ 6. Bridget Elizabeth RADFORD-2131121 (b.1993) 

5. Owynne Herbert RADFORD-21 31 13 (b.1955) 
sp: AnnettVILJOEN-213113w (b.1959) 
j— 6. Russell Deryck RADFORD-21 31 131 (b.1982) 

— 6. Jessica Joy RADFORD-2131 132 (b.1986) 

— 5. Lyell Joseph RADFORD-2131 14 (b.1955) 
sp: Elizabeth Anne NORCOTT-213114w (b.1953) 
^ 6. Jennifer Ann RADFORD-21 31 141 (b.1987) 

6. Alexander John RADFORD-2131 142 (b.1990) 
5. Allyn James RADFORD-2131 15 (b.1958) 
sp: Nerise Ann FRENCH-2131 15w (b.1958) 

— 6. Kirsten Angelique RADFORD-2131 151 (b.1985) 

— 6. Rebekah Meriam RADFORD-2131 152 (b.1987) 
sp: Suzanne RADFORD-2131 15w2 (b.1963) 

— 4. Joyce Mavis RADFORD-21 31 2 (b.1921) 
^ 4. Sylvia Grace RADFORD-21313 (b.1923) 
'<— 4. Yvonne Beryl RADFORD-21314 (b.1927) 

sp: James Godrey Harold WINTER-21314h (b.1930) 

— 5. Meryl MarjorieWINTER-21 3141 (b.1957) 
sp: Terrence Alfred Simeon BUBB-213141h (b.1952 d.1985) 
[— 6. Terrence James BUBB-21 31 411 (b.1981) 
'r- 6. Luke Alfred BUBB-2131412 (b.1983) 
sp: Tony Alan BERKELEY-21 31 41 h2 (b. 1 953) 
>— 6. Kimble-Lee StaceyBERKELEY-2131413 (b.1988) 

5. Anthony Michael WINTER-213142 (b.1959) 
sp: Rita Dawn HEIN-21 31 42w (b.1966) 

6. Melissa Dawn WINTER-21 31 421 (b.1985) 
6. Shanna Marie WINTER-2131422 (b.1987) 
6. Michael Adam WINTER-21 31 423 (b.1992) 
5. Wendy Margaret WINTER-21 31 43 (b.1961) 



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sp: Craig Kenneth MONK-213143h (b.1960) 

— 6. Joanne MONK-2131431 (b.1984) 
^ 6. Chadri MONK-2131432 (b.1990) 

^ 4. Mervyn Desmond RADFORD-21315 (b.1930) 
sp: June Marie WHYTE-21 31 5w (b.1931) 
I— 5. Mark Geoffrey RADFORD-21 31 51 (b.1958) 
— 5. Graham Walter RADFORD-213152 (b.1959) 
L 5. Glenda June RADFORD-213153 (b.1960) 
sp: Timothy Mark GOETZE-21 31 53h (b. 1 959) 

— 6. Ryan KurtGOETZE-2131531 (b.1987) 

— 6. Ashley May GOETZE-21 31 532 {b.1990) 
3. Dorothy Violet MC DONALD-2.1 .3.2 (b.1894) 

sp: Clifford VEYSIE-2.1.3.2h (b.1892) 

^ 4. Donald Clifford VEYSIE-21 321 (b.1930) 

sp: Pamela Margaret PERRY-21321w (b.1935) 
r— 5. Michael Clifford VEYSIE-213211 (b.1957) 
L 5. Ian William VEYSIE-21 321 2 (b.1959) 
sp: Deborah HORNE-213212W {b.1964) 
2. William HARTMAN-2. 1 .4 (b. 1 857 d. 1 933) 
sp: Florence Elizabeth MCCLOED (b.1875 m.1901 d.1959) 
^ 3. EdnaMayHARTMAN(b.1902d.1902) 



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Ancestry Chart for Mervyn Desmond RADFORD-21315 



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[— Joseph RADFORD-2. 1.3.1 h (b.1894 d.1981) 
Mervyn Desmond RADFORD-21 31 5 (b.1 930) 

— Donald Murdock MC DONALD-2. 1 .3h (b.1 856 d. 1 928) 
— Florence Mary MC DONALD-2. 1.3.1 (b.1 892 d.1972) 

— JohanGodlieb HARTMAN-2. 1h (d.1862) 
Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2.1.3 (b.1854 d.1911) 
I ^ John Henry DIXON-2 H (b. 1 786 d. 1826) 
Anne Judith DIXON-2. 1 (b. 1 826 d. 1877) 

[— James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1 689) 
L Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1721) 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W (b.1 690) 
Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1 746 bu.1814) 
Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 
William BOARDM AN Reverend-0 (b. 1 768 d. 1825) 
' L Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 
Judith BOARDM AN-2 (b.1 796 d. 1 865) 

Margaret HAYES-Ow (c.1772d.1823) 



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THE RADFORDS OF CRADOCK 



My first acquaintance with the Radford Family was in January 1 932 at the Halesowen 
Railroad Station in South Afiica. Here I was met by Florence Radford to chauffeur me to my 
cousin William Hartman's sheep ranch With both of us having a family history interest in the 
Dixon Family, a regular correspondence fi"om 1966 to 1971 on our research followed. The 
following Radford History has been gleaned fi-om these letters she wrote to Clarence D. 
Taylor. 

LD.# 2.1.3.1 

FLORENCE MARY MCDONALD RADFORD was bom 7 February 1 892 at 
Fish River, Cradock, Cape, South Afiica to JESSIE ELIZABETH HARTMAN and Donald 
Murdock McDonald. Jessie was the daughter of Anne Judith Dixon and a great 
granddaughter of Rev. William Boardman. 

Fish River is a railroad station in a rich farming community about 25 miles fi'om 
Cradock, a little county shopping center for the nearby farmers. "I was not supposed to be 
bom there, but I didn't give my mother time enough to be bom in Cradock." 

"My father was running a shop, in Fish River, for two gentlemen. I was very small 
when we moved to Conway, also a railroad station. There Dad had his own business and a 
farm It was after my mother's death, when I was about 19 that we came to live in Cradock, 
and I have been here ever since." 

Florence attended The Wesleyn High School for girls, a boarding school in 
Grahamstown for three years, 1907 - 1910. In 191 1 she and her sister were taken to Cradock 
by their father where she met a townsman, Joseph Radford, and they were married on 4 
February 1918 at Cradock. 

The Radford Family consists of Joseph, the father; Florence, the mother; and five 
children: Deryck, Joyce, Sylvia, Yvonne, and Mervyn. 

At age 70, Florence writes: "My husband, Sylvia and I, never feel to well, but we 
carry on day by day. My husband stiU plays tennis every Saturday." 



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In July 1963 - "I could do a lot more, but my legs are troublesome and I cannot walk 
any distance, so I have to wait for some one to take me in a car," 

One of the bright times in Florence's older years, was the planning of a family reunion 
in October 1964. There would be 21 in the family. 

In March of 1965 she writes: "I turned 73 last month, so I am not young any more. 
I still run the home, can finit, do the baking, knit by machine, do my sewing. I have a servant 
to do the rough work." 

From here on, Florence continued to have problems with her legs, "being a cripple I 
use a crutch and a stick." December 1968 "I cannot get about now, I have a wheel chair." 

With all her health problems, Florence continued her research for family history from 
friends, relatives, old pioneers, Morse Jones, and the pioneer organizations. 

Each X'mas became a femily day for every member of the femily to return home and 
celebrate with each other. Family was foremost in Florence's mind and thoughts. Distance 
was the one obstacle for not returning home on X'mas. This was the problem with the 
Radfords in Australia and for Joyce in Nigeria. 

As time and letter writing became more difficult, she made it a point to write a letter 
each month to her family living away from home. Family letters were her priority. 

In December of 1967, Florence commenced laying her plans for their 50th Wedding 
Anniversary on 4 February 1968. She did not want a big ftiss made of it, just a nice, quiet 
family togetherness. 

The worst drought in fifty years occurred in 1966 and continued for the next few 
years. Water was rationed for gardens. The drought continued and together with the large 
chain stores opening up in Cradock, it financially became a big problem for Joseph's shoe 
business. March 22, 1971 Florence writes: "My husband has a bootware business, but he 
thinks of selling. Business is very bad, we have had 3 years of drought and the farmers have 
lost so much and either don't buy much or don't pay when they owe. So the poor shops are 
having a bad time. Quite a number of chain stores are opening in Cradock so they will be 
taking away more business from the other stores. Most of the Jews have left Cradock." 

Florence's worst illness came in 1969. She writes: "I took ill and was so ill the family 
and the Doctor didn't think I would recover. Now 9 months later, I cannot do much for 



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myself, my knees are so bad with arthritis I cannot walk yet." 

What a youthful spirit she had, at age 79 she is still dreaming of learning and doiag: 
"When next you see your sister Alice at her summer home in the mountains, please ask her 
to take a couple of pictures of those canyon views and water falls (colored if you can), I like 
to make paintiugs of them. I'm trying to take up my painting again." 

Son Mervin adds to his Mother's life the following: 

"To us, her children, our mother was a very special person. In spite of her physical 
disability she brought up five children, taking such good care of us. Besides caring for our 
daily needs, she made our clothes and, while still at school she invested in a knitting machine - 
possibly amongst the first knitting machine to be made - on which she made all our knitted 
garments. She also took orders for knitting, so bringing in extra income. 

Our fether opened his Business - Footwear and Men's Outfitting business - just prior 
to the Second World War (1939). During those years, particularly, fiooances were low, but our 
mother managed always to prepare good healthy meals for us. Later Dad only retained the 
footwear part of his Business. She taught her three daughters to sew and mend and knit and 
all five children could help in the home. 

As she mentioned in her letters she had many interests and was aconqjUshed in all of 
them. However, perhaps her greatest interest was her garden. As long as she was able she 
worked in her garden, and when she no longer could, she hired a young black school lad to 
assist her which assisted the lad with a little income. After our mother passed away, one of 
the lads shared with us that he was so gratefiil for all she had taught him, including a little 
carpentry. Mom had learned a good deal about carpentry fi-om her bachelor uncle, John 
Hartman. 

Our mother was never idle, right up to almost the last day she was trying to do some 
hand work and not being successful, and I suggested she should put it aside till she felt better. 
She was also struggling to write a letter to Deryck who lived in Australia, but had to give up 
after just a couple of lines - some while later I sent what she had written to Deryck and it 
meant so much to him. 



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I have always feh that we her children could say from our hearts - "Her children rise 
up and call her blessed" Proverbs 3 1 :28." 

In a letter from Joyce on April 21,1 972: 
"It is with a very heavy heart I write these few lines to you, for it is to let you know 
that our beloved little mother slipped away from us very quietly on the afternoon of the 13 
April 1972." 

Joseph Radford died at Cradock on May 13, 1981 

I.D.# 21311 

DERYCK VINCENT RADFORD was bom to Florence and Joseph Radford on 
24 September 1919 at Cradlock, Cape, South Africa. He was the eldest of five children. He 
married Joy Elizabeth Newton and they had five boys: Bryan, Clyve, Owynne, Lyell, and 
Allyn. 

In July 1963 Deryck Radford and his family were living in Southwestern AJfrica. He 
had been at the Oran Jemund Hospital for nearly 3 years but had the desire to practice in 
Australia, where his wife's sister was living. But in October rather than going to Australia, he 
accepted the job of mine doctor at Mchang, Northern Rhodesia, about 50 miles from where 
his sister Yvonne Radford Whiter was living. 

Deryck' s desire to practice in Australia materialized in June 1965 when they booked 
passage on a boat sailing from Biera for Australia. In order to see their eldest son and family 
off, his parents, Florence and Joseph spent two days and 2 nights on the train to reach 
Bulawayo, Zambia to wish them ofi" on their journey. 

The family arrived in Australia at the end of September, where Deryck had a job in 
a hospital at Arart. Here it was very wet and cold and they were glad to move on from 
Victoria to Melbourne for 2 years study at a hospital, preparing for a very stiff exam. 

From January to June 1969 Deryck had a new job in the hospital called Therapeutic 
Community. It was started in 1966 and was a special type of Psychiatry and the only imit in 
Australia. It was very interesting and he was very pleased to have been chosen to work and 
study in this new field. 



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After being away from home in South Africa for about 4 years, Deryck and his wife 
Joy, decided it was time for them to make the trip back and celebrate X'mas with their 
parents, femily and friends. They arrived in Capetown on December 21,1 969, where they met 
members of the family who drove them back to Cradock. The five boys did not come with 
them, but remained in Australia. They terminated their holiday visit on 7 February when they 
boarded a boat at Durban port, bound for Australia. 

Deryck planned to write his examination paper in March 1971 and then pursue the 
possibility of returning to South Africa to be nearer his parents and family. But the pressure 
of long study hours and work and change of hospitals, forced him to postpone them. 

Dr. Deryck Vincent Radford died in Australia in 1993 

I.D.# 21312 

JOYCE MAVIS RADFORD was the eldest daughter of Florence McDonald and 
Joseph Radford, bom at Cradock, Cape, South Africa on 15 February 1921 . She is the second 
of five children. 

Joyce worked in her dad's office until January 1947 when she left to go to the Bible 
Institute of South Africa in Balk Bay in the Western Cape, in preparation for going to the 
Mission Field in 1949. In Nigeria, where she was a missionary, she taught in Bible Schools, 
training Nigerian Evangelists and Pastors. 

During her third fijrlough in 1958 she had a partial hip replacement. Unable to return 
to the Mission Field, in June 1959 she went to Carmel Christian Guest Farm to assist her 
fiiends in the oflBce. In 1950 she had a partial replacement to her other hip joint. She was not 
recovering from these operations and was suffering a great deal of pain. In spite of this she 
returned to Carmel to continue to help there. In 1 965 it was brought to her attention that a 
doctor who had been studying for his doctor's degree at the same time as her brother Deryck 
at C^ Town University, wiiich coincided with her years at the Bible Institute, was living in 
Queenstown, which was not fer from Cradock. This doctor had also been in Nigeria for a few 
years with another Mission. Having made an appointment with this doctor, her father took 
her to see him. The doctor diagnosed her trouble as Filaria, which is also contracted through 
a mosquito in tropical countries. A course of injections was prescribed which lasted for 



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approximately a month. The treatment was drastic and took about three weeks from which 
to recover. As soon as she was well enough, she returned to Carmel, where she continued to 
work until she retumed once more to Nigeria in March 1964, just seven years after having left 
Nigeria late in 1957. 

Fortunately her last fiirlough coincided with her parents Golden Wedding Anniversary 
on 4 February 1968. Her return to Nigeria was delayed for a couple of months, while she 
waited to see how her mother would cope in a wheelchair. About September 1968 Joyce 
retumed to Nigeria, but due to her mother's failing health the Mission released her and she 
retumed home in mid December 1969 to care for her mother. "She came home to help nurse 
me, she washes me morning and night, she waits on me, morning, day and night. Joyce gets 
tired having to do the housekeeping and waiting on me, for I am still in my chair, but she 
never complains." 

It was Joyce who informed me of her mother's death on 13 April 1972 in a letter 
written on 21 April 1972. 

At the end of June 1986, Joyce and her sister Sylvia, left Cradock to go and live in her 
brother, Mervyn's home in Sedgefield until they (he and June, his wife) retired. After they 
retired, Joyce and Sylvia moved to another house in Sedgefield kindly provided by Mervyn. 
It was the nicest and most suitable house they had ever lived in. 

In November 1993 Joyce had to have another hip operatioa It had been 33 years since 
that same hip operation. This operation was not the success hoped for, leaving Joyce more 
incapacitated than ever. Managing a home began to prove too much for Joyce and Sylvia, so, 
at the beginning of Jime 1995 they moved into a flat at Tuiniqua, a Senior Citizen's Complex. 

LD.# 21313 

SYLVIA GRACE RADFORD the third child of Florence and Joseph Radford, was 
bom at Cradock, Cape, South Africa, on 9 August 1923. 

From an early age, Sylvia has been very religious and has accepted the Lord Jesus 
Christ as her personal Saviour and through Him she shall have Eternal Life. 

With her older sister, Joyce, going into the mission field, leaving a job vacancy in 
their' s dad's office, Sylvia stepped in and worked with her Dad in the office. When her Dad 



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went on holiday or was in the hospital, she was in charge of the whole business. 

Like her mother's health, Sylvia's health was not the best. Her mother writes, "Syl 
and I don't keep well, we have a lot of pain in our legs. Rheumatism." 

Sylvia lived at home with her parents and helped her mother when she could. Sylvia 
was also very involved in her Church. Her mother writes in 1 970, "Sylvia is on my crutches, 
her legs are bad but she has to work every day, in her dad's ofi&ce." She worked for her dad 
from March 1947 until October 1985 when her dad sold the business. He was 81 years old at 
that time. 

One of Sylvia's long remembered occasions was her vacation to Benoni in January 
1965 when she spent it with her cousins Donald and Pam Veysie and family. She had a 
wonderful time, and had been anticipating this long needed rest and earned vacation for a long 
time. 

In 1971 Sylvia had a wonderful trip overseas. She spent four weeks in the United 
Kingdom, and then flew to Paris, Zurich, Rome and Athens in which cities she went on bus 
tours. She managed very well on her crutches. Athens was extremely hot, and when she flew 
from Athens to a bitterly cold Johannesburg, she felt the cold. That same day it snowed in 
Cradock, so wiien she arrived in Cradock the next day, she found all the mountains white with 
snow. On this trip the Lord undertook for her wherever she went. 

Sylvia is now living together with Joyce in a small flat in a Senior Citizens Con^)lex 
in George. 

LD.# 21314 

YVONNE BERYL RADFORD is the third daughter of Florence and Joseph 
Radford, was bom in a nursing home, near the family home, in Cradock, Cape, South Africa, 
on 14 June 1927. All the other four children were bom in the family home. 

Yvonne married James Godfrey Winter. They have one boy and two daughters: Meryl 
Maijorie, Anthony Michael, and Wendy Margaret Winter. 

In December 1962, they were living at Luanshya in Northern Rhodesia, where at that 
time there was much unrest. 

Her brother Deryck moved within 50 miles of them in 1963. 



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In order for her daughter to learn Afiikans, Yvonne took her to Cradock to stay with 
her grandparents. She also was staying in order to help care for her mother. 

Yvonne's - leg operation at Salisbury Hospital in September of 1965 was successful 
and she made a quick recovery, although at first she had to make use of a stick to walk. 

Her husband, James Godfrey Harold Wmter, was still working in the mines in Zambia 
in 1966, but by August 1970 they were making their home in Port Elizabeth. 

I.D.# 21315 

MERVIN DESMOND RADFORD is the last of Florence and Joseph Radford's 
five children. He was bom at Cradock, Cape, South Africa on the 16 August 1930. He 
married a girl he had known from childhood, June Marie Whyte of Cradock, on 6 April 1 957. 
Their children are: Mark Geoffrey bom 19 May 1958; Graham Walter bom 17 Aug 1959; 
Glenda June Radford bom 25 Sept. 1960. 

Mervyn, more commonfy known as "Mick" attended Boy's High School at Cradock, 
South Africa where he qualified for the Cape Senior Certificate at the end of 1948. 

In March of 1949 he joined the Department of Agriculture as an assistant in the 
Division of Soil Conservation in Queenstown. From here he was transferred to Graaff Reinet. 
When a two month training course for all staff members was organized at Klekpoort, he 
joined the 30 students who were housed in small rooms with three beds and a table, with 
outside toilets, but no ablution facilities. An ingenious shower was created from a watering 
can, drums, pipes, a pump and a wooden platform. There was no hot water. Objections 
having been registered at the fecilities here, the venue for future courses was moved to an old 
Air Force base in Queenstown. 

After the course; Mick retumed to Graafif Reinet and from here was transferred to 
Beaufort West. TOh only one Government Garage vehicle available here, appointments had 
to be made by the farmers for Mick's services, to pick him up and retum him to the ofiBce. 
With the Manager receiving a temporary assignment to Victoria West, Mick ran the ofi&ce 
alone for several months and did a real good job. 

From about the age of 15 years, he had trouble with a duodenal ulcer. In 1952 he was 
advised to go to Cape Town to see a specialist. Here his brother Deryck, a second year 



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student at medical school, arranged for his admittance to Groote Schiinr Hospital where he 
underwent a series of tests, during the next month. 

Advised not to do field work, the Department transferred him to the Regional Office 
at Victoria West Where he worked for several months. In December 1978 he had an operation 
to remove the nerves fi-om the upper half of the stomach. After retiring he found out about 
a drug which inhibits the secretion of acid in the stomach. When he now suffers severe pain 
he takes two or three capsules and is relieved of pain for a month or more. 

In November of 1959 he took the Cape Senior Certificate examination fi-om the 
Technical College in Pretoria and "miraculously managed to pass." 

After re-applying for the course in 1960 and taking his femily to June's parents in 
Cradock he went to Pretoria to resume his studies. 

Having conpleted the academic part of the diploma course, it was required of him to 
submit prescribed field assignments and designs. He ultimately received his diploma in 
November 1962. 

Throughout his career Mick foimd pleasiire in his work and worked long hours even 
though there was never any type of compensation for working overtime. While in the field he 
would work fix)m sunrise to sunset and, "when at office, take work home. On many occasions 
he was accused of putting his work before his femily. He now regrets that he did not spend 
more time with his children. 

In November 1963 Mick moved to the Chief Extension Office at GraaffReinet. The 
1 8 months spent here was an extremely stressfiil time at the office as Mick and the Chief 
Extension Officer did not see eye to eye with the way things were done at office. 

In 1953 Mick joined the citizen force Regiment Oranje River or ROR, an armored car 
unit, as a 2nd Lieutenant and on February 22, 1956 received his commission as an officer in 
the Regiment, with Headquarters at Upington, He later progressed to the rank of Major and 
acted as 2IC of the Regiment. 

Mick and femily moved to Upington in May 1965 at the request of the Defence Force, 
that the Department of Agriculture, transfer Mick to the post of Commanding Officer, as well 
as his duties in the Department. 

On the afternoon before the Color Parade, a medal parade was held and Mick and 



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three other oflBcers were awarded the John Chard medal for long service in the Citizen Force. 

In November 1966 he successfully completed the Unit Commanders course and was 
the first fully qualified unit commander to take command of the ROR. 

In January 1967 the femify moved to Clocolan in the Eastern Orange Free State where 
the department was responsible for the construction of large conservation dams by the State, 

Wherever the femily went, housing was always a major Problem. Ofttimes having 
found a house to rent but before moving in they found the house had been sold and it became 
necessary to continue their search for another house. When Mick retired and moved to their 
newly built home in Sedgefirld, they had occupied 23 houses since being married. 

To take advantage of a Government program for the advancement of staff members 
to advance their education. Mick and femily moved to Pretoria with his aim to secure an 
Engineering Degree at the University of Pretoria. In his transfer his new duties in the 
Department was the teaching of technicians for the diploma course and running special 
courses. At the beginning of February he commenced with his after-hours studies at the 
University. June took a morning job with the Department of Foreign Affairs. 

In 1971 a fiill time scholarship was approved for Mich to commence fiill time studies 
at the University of Pretoria and qualified for the B. Eng. (Civil) degree at the end of 1973. 

After 18 months at Aliwal North where he had been transferred fi"om Pretoria to the 
construction oflBces, the concrete grain silo project was transferred back to Pretoria and the 
family moved back into their former house in Pretoria in January 1976. 

In 1976 Mervyn Desmond Radford was registered as a Professional Engineer with the 
South Afiican Council of Professional Engineers, now the Engineering Council of South 
Afiica. 

On the first of February 1977 he took up the post as Professor and Head of the 
Department of Agricultural Engineering, at the University of Fort Hare. He was also Dean 
of the Faculty of Agriculture for a period of 8 months. 

While at the University he resided at Fort Beaufort for 14 years at which time he 
occupied 3 houses. 

Through part time study he in 1983 obtained the degree B Eng (Hons) (Civil) fi-om 
the University of Pretoria. 



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He retired in August of 1990 at the age of 60 years, but continued to hold the post 
until the end of the year. In December of that year they moved into their retirement home 
which they built in Sedgefield in 1985. 

In 1992 he studied for and successfully wrote the examination set by the Estate 
Agents Board and from June 1993 until the end of October 1975 he was a half share partner 
with Johan de Beer in Sedgefield Properties Sedgefield. 

Mick is a Life Fellow of the South African Institute of Irrigation, a Fellow of the 
South African Institute of Agricultural Engineers and a Member of the South Afiican Institute 
of Civil Engineers. 

He has recentfy served as a part time lecturer for the course Agricultural Engineering 
offered to the Agricultural Management students at Saesveld Campus at George of the Port 
Elizabeth Technikon. 

From March 1991 to March 1996 he was chairman of the Sedgefield Tennis Club, 
chairman of the Sedgefield Sports Chib in 1995 and chairman of the Sedgefield Info Buro for 
a period during 1995 and 1996. He has also served on the committee of the Ratepayers' and 
Voters Association. 





156 



I. D. #2. 1.3.] iiADFOxiD FAMILY 




Sylvia 
I.D. # 21313 
157 



Family Group Record - 316 



2 



3 



Husband jo^gph RADFORD-2.1.3.1h 




Born 

4 Mar 1 894 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


! 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 1 Mav 1 Q81 
1 J iviay 1 yo 1 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 











Buried 

15 May 1981 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


i 


Married 


Place 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Florence Mary MC DONALD-2. 1.3.1 




Bom 

7 Feb 1892 


Place 

Fish River, Cradock, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

13 Apr 1972 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 




Buried 

16 Apr 1972 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 




Wife's father 

Donald Murdock MC DONALD-2.1.3h 




MRIN: 315 


B Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2.1.3 






H Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Deryck Vincent RADFORD-21311 




Born 

24 Sep 1919 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1993 


Place 

, , Australia 




Buhed 


Place 




Spouse 

Jov Elizabeth NEWTON-21311w 




MRIN: 317 




j 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Joyce Mavis RADFORD-21312 




Born 

15 Feb 1921 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 


j 


Died 


Place 


i 


Buried 


Place 


i 

1 
1 


Spouse 


i 


! Marhed 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Sylvia Grace RAD 


FORD-21313 


i 
1 


1 Born 

1 9 Aug 1923 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


t 


Christened 


Place 


1 

! 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 




; Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Yvonne Beryl RADFORD-21314 


! 


Born 

14Junl927 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


i 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


i 


j Spouse 

! James Godrev Harold WINTER-2 1 3 1 4h 




MRIN: 318 


J 


1 


Married 


Place 


19 Aug 1997 - 


158 









Family Group Record - 316 



Page 2 of 2 



Joseph RADFORD-2.1.3.1h 

Florence Mary MC DONALD-2. 1.3.1 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex 
M 


Mervyn Desmond '. 


ElADFORD-21315 




Born 

16 Aug 1930 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

June Marie WHYTE-2I315w 


MRIN: 319 




Married 


Place 



Family Group Record -315 



2 



Husband ^^^^^^ Murdock MC DONALD-2. 1 .3h 




Born 

12 Feb 1856 


Place 

Burgersdorp, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

11 Nov 1928 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

27 Jan 1891 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2. 1 .3 




Born 

28 Feb 1854 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 Mar 1911 


Place 


j 


Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Johan Godlieb HARTMAN-2. Ih 




MRIN: 313 


S Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Anne Judith DIXON-2.1 






B Deceased 




Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


! Sex 
1 F 


Rorence Mary MC DONALD-2. 1.3.1 




Born 

7 Feb 1892 


Place 

Fish River, Cradock, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

13 Apr 1972 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 




■ Buried 

1 16 Apr 1972 


Place 

Cradock, Cape, South Africa 


1 

1 


1 Spouse 

1 Joseph RADFORD-2.1. 3. Ih 




MRIN: 316 






Married 


Place 


1 Sex 

1 F 


Dorothy Violet MC DONALD-2. 1.3. 2 


1 


Born 

1 5 Jul 1894 


Place 

, Cradock, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Clifford VEYSIE-2.1.3.2h 




MRIN: 320 






Married 


Place 



159 



RADFORD FAMILY 




r 






Joyce Mavis Radford 
I.D. # 21312 



FLORENCE MC DONALD RADFORD 



Sylvia Grace Radf 
I.D. # 21313 



I.D. # 2.1.3.1 




RADFORD HOME CRADOCK 
78 Hospital Street 



160 



HENRI A. DIXON BIRTHPLACE 




161 



Grandson of 
Rev. Williann Boardman 




HENRY ALDOUS DIXON 

• S on of Judith Boardman Dixon 
I. D. # ?. 6 

162 



Family Group Record - 443 



2 



3 



4 



Husband Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


i 

i 


Born 

14 Mar 1835 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape/Good Hope, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

4 May 1884 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Married 

21 Jan 1865 


Place 

Salt Lake City, , Utah 


Husband's father 

John Henry DIXON-2 H MRIN:312 B Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Judith BOARDMAN-2 E Deceased 


Wif( 


' Sarah DEGREY-2.6w 


i 
! 

i 


Bom 

4 Apr 1844 


Place 

Dudley, Wore, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

17 Apr 1926 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 

19 Apr 1926 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

M 

M 


Henry Alfred DIXON-2.6. 1 


i 


Born 

14 Nov 1865 


Place 

Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 Jul 1867 


Pt3C6 

Salt Lake City, . Utah 


Buried 


PI3C6 

Salt Lake City, , Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


jSex 

IVl 


John DeGrey DIXON-2.6.2 


1 

! 

j 
i 

! 


Born 

16 Jul 1867 


Place 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

4 Oct 1923 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


1 
1 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

Im 


Arthur DeGrey DDCON-2.6.3 


i 

1 
! 


Bom 

5 Oct 1869 


Place 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


i Died 

5Junl911 


Place 

Heber. Wasatch, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


j Sex 
1 F 


Maria Louise DKON-2.6.6 


i 


: Born 

5 Jan 1872 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


i Died 

17 Feb 1947 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah. Utah 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 

Arthur NichoUs TAYLOR MRIN: 445 


! Married 

9Mavl894 


Place 

Salt Lake Citv, . Utah 



30Jun 1997 



Family Group Record - 443 



5 



6 



7 



8 



9 



Husband ir Aldous DIXON-2 6 


Sarah DEGREY-2 6w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Ernest DeGrey DIXON-2.6.8 


1 


Born 

22 Dec 1873 


Place 

Provo. Utah, Utah 


i 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

15 Jun 1938 


Place 

Provo. Utah, Utah 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


' 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Charles Owen DIXON-2.6.10 


; ■ 


Born 

22 Nov 1875 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

3 Mar 1943 


PI3C6 

Provo. Utah, Utah 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
j M 


Walter DeGrey DIXON-2.6.12 


1 


Born 

15 Nov 1877 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

26 Nov 1921 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


LeRoy DIXON-2.6.14 




Born 

16 Oct 1881 


Place 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

28 Dec 1926 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


1 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Arnold DIXON-2.6.16 




Born 

30 May 1884 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

' 1 Sep 1960 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


1 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


i 
i 


Spouse 




! Married 

1 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 

164 



Rev. 



G-randson of 
William Boardman 



HENRY ALDOUS DIXON 
1835 - 1884 





SARAH DEGREY DIXON 
1844 - 1926 




ivLARY SMITH DDCON 
1852 - 1907 



165 



Family Group Record - 444 



2 



Husband ^^^^^ DIXON-2.6 




Born 

14 Mar loij 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape/Good Hope, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

4 May 1 oo4 


Place 

rrovo, utati, utari 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 




Married 

13 Apr 1869 


Place 

Salt Lake City, , Utah 




Husband's father 

John Henry DIXON-2 H MRIN: 312 B Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Judith BOARDMAN-2 IS Deceased 


^'^^ Marv Ann SMITH-2.6w2 


1 

1 

! 


Born 

3 Oct 1852 


Place 

Hull, , England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

27 Jun 1907 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Alice Smith DIXO] 


N-2.6.4 




Born 

29 Apr 1870 


Place 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

8 Dec 1948 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Marned 


Place 


■ Sex 
r 


Sarah Ann DIXON-2.6.5 


! 
1 

1 

I 


Born 

7 Dec 1871 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

26 Dec 1950 


Place 

Lindon, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 


Spouse 




Ivlarried 


Place 


Sex 


WilUam Aldous DIXON-2.6.7 


i 


Born 

21 Apr 1873 


Place 

Provo. Utah, Utah 


■ Christened 


Place 


Died 

22 Jun 1937 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Robert Smith DIXON-2.6.9 


i 

i 


Born 

10 Nov 1874 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


; Died 

i 18 Dec 1874 


Place 

Provo. Utah, Utah 


! Buried 

i 


Place 


Spouse 

1 


1 Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



Family Group Record - 444 



Page 2 of 2 



Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 
Mary Aim SMITH-2.6w2 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



6 



7 



Sex 
M 


Albert Fredrick DIXON-2.6. 1 1 




Born 

31 Mar 1876 


PISCG 

Provo. Utah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

18 Aug 1945 


Place 

, , California 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Parley Smith DIXON-2.6. 13 




Bom 

9 Jun 1878 


Provo, Utah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

30 Jan 1947 


Provo, Utah, Utah 




Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 




Spouse 




Warned 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Harriett Amelia DIXON-2.6. 15 




Born 

24 May 1882 


Place 

Provo, Uah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

23 Apr 1931 


Place 

, , California 




Buried 


Place 

, , California 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



Ancestry Chart for Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 

1 9 Aug 1 997 Rage 1 

p John Henry DlXON-2 H (b.1 786 d. 1826) 
enry Aldous DIXON-2.6 (b.1 835 d.1 884) 

p- James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
r— James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 
L- Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
r— Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1 721) 
j I ^ Isabel HARR1SON-04.3W (b.1690) 

p Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1746 bu.1814) 
I ! — Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 

I William BO ARDM AN Reverend-0 (b.1 768 d.1 825) 

i ^ Mary ASI-rrON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 

Judith BOARDMAN-2 (b.1 796 d.1 865) 
— Margaret HAYES-Ow (c. 1772 d.1 823) 



167 



MY FOLKS 
THE HENRI ALDOUS DIXON FAMILY 




Left to Right 

Top Row - Parley S., William A., Sarah, Ernest D., 

Charles 0., Walter D,, LeRoy. 
Middle - Alice, Mary Smith, Sarah DeGrey, 

John D., Arthur D. 
Bottom - Albert F., Harriet, Maria, Arnold. 

Picture on Wall - Henry A. Dixon 



168 



G-reat G-randchild-ren of 
Rev. William Boardman 



CHILDREN OF HENRY ALDOUS DIXON 





ID 


No. 




Birth 




Death 




HE 


NRY ALDOUS DIXON 


14 


Mar ] 


835 


4 May ] 


884 




Sarah DeGrey 


4 


Feb 1 


844 


17 Apr 1 


926 


1- 


Ma 


ry Ann Smith 


3 


Oct 1 


852 


27 Jun ] 


907 




1 


HENRY ALFRED DIXON 


14 


Nov 1 


865 


1 Jul 1 


867 




2 


JOHN DE GREY DIXON 


16 


Jul 1 


867 


4 Oct 1 


923 




3 


ARTHUR DE GREY DIXON 


5 


Oct 1 


869 


5 Jun ] 


911 




4 


ALICE SMITH DIXON DANGERFIELD 


29 


Apr 1 


870 


8 Dec 1 


948 




5 


SARAH ANN DIXON- MC CONACHIE 


7 


Dec 1 


871 


26 Dec 1 


950 




/ 

0. 


MARIA LOUISE DDCON TAYLOR 


5 


Jan 1 


872 


17 Feb 1 


947 


n* 


7 


WILLIAM ALDOUS DIXON 


21 


Apr 1 


873 


22 Jun ] 


937 




8 


ERNEST DE GREY DIXON 


22 


Dec 1 


873 


15 Jun 1 


938 




9 


ROBERT SMITH DIXON' 


10 


Nov 1 


874 


18 Dec 1 


874 




10 


CHARLES OWEN DIXON 


22 


Nov 1 


875 


3 Mar 1 


943 




11 


ALBERT FREDERICK DIXON 


31 


Mar ] 


876 


18 Aug 1 


945 




12 


WALTER DE GREY DDCON 


15 


Nov ] 


877 


Zo Nov I 


O O 

922 




13 


PARLEY SMITH DIXON 


9 


Jun 1 


878 


30 Jan 1 


947 




14 


LE ROY DDCON 


16 


Oct 1 


881 


28 Dec 1 


926 




15 


HARRIET AMELIA DDCON WEST 


24 


May 1 


882 


23 Apr 1 


931 




16 


ARNOLD DDCON 


30 


May ] 


884 


1 Sep 1 


960 



169 



DIXON BOYS 




Left to Right 

Albert F., Arthur D. , Parley S., John D. , 
Le Roy, Walter D., Charles 0., Arnold, 
William A., Ernest D. 



SARAH DE GREY DIXON FAMILY 




Left to Right 

Back Row - Charles 0., Maria, Walter D. 

Front Row - Le Roy, Arthur D., Ernest D., 
SARAH, John D., Arnold. 

170 



Descendants of Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 

19 Aug 1997 Page 1 



1 . Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 (b.1 835 d.1 884) 

sp: Sarah DEGREY-2.6w (b.1844 m.1865 d.1926) 
h- 2. Henry Alfred DIXON-2.6. 1 (b.1 865 d.1 867) 

— 2. John DeGrey DIXON-2.6.2 (b.1 867 d.1 923) 
2. Arthur DeGrey DIXON-2.6.3 (b.1 869 d.1 91 1) 

— 2. Maria Louise DIXON-2.6.6 (b. 1 872 d. 1 947) 
sp: Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR (b.1 870 m.1894 d.1 935) 
h- 3. Arthur Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.1 (b.1895 d.1979) 

— 3. Lynn Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.2 (b. 1 898 d. 1 967) 
^— 3. Elton LeRoy TAYLOR-2.6.6.3 (b.1 900 d.1 992) 
[— 3. Henry Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.4 (b.1 903 d.1 987) 

— 3. Alice Louise TAYLOR-2.6.6.5 (b.1 906) 
i— 3. Clarence Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.6 (b.1909) 

! r— 3. Orson Kenneth TAYLOR-2.6.6.7 (b.1913 d.1940) 

! — 3. Ruth Elaine TAYLOR-2.6.6.8 (b.1 91 7) 

\— 2. Ernest DeGrey DIXON-2.6.8 (b.1 873 d.1 938) 

j— 2. Charles Owen DIXON-2.6. 10 (b. 1875 d.1 943) 

j— 2. Walter DeGrey DIXON-2.6. 12 (b.1877 d.1921) 

p 2. LeRoy DIXON-2.6. 14 (b.1881 d.1926) 

L- 2. Arnold DIXON-2.6. 16 (b.1884 d.1960) 

sp: Mary Ann SMITH-2.6w2 (b.1 852 m.1869 d.1 907) 

— 2. Alice Smith DIXON-2.6.4 (b.1 870 d.1 948) 

— 2. Sarah Ann DIXON-2.6.5 (b.1871 d.1950) 

— 2. William Aldous DIXON-2.6.7 (b.1 873 d.1 937) 

— 2. Robert Smith DIXON-2.6.9 (b.1874 d.1874) 

— 2. Albert Fredrick DIXON-2.6. 1 1 (b.1 876 d.1 945) 
[— 2. Parley Smith DIXON-2.6. 13 (b.1 878 d.1 947) 

— 2. Harriett Amelia DIXON-2.6. 15 (b.1882 d.1931) 



PLEASE REFER TO: 
Utah Boardman (Dixon) Name List 
In the Appendix 



171 



HENRY A. DIXON'S ACCOUNT OF ICEBERG COLLISION 

From His Journal 

Aboard the S. S. "Arizona" Friday November 7, 1 879 

"About 8:45 p. m engines stopped and we fek a sudden shock, we were about having 
our evening prayers. Before we could do so we rushed on deck thinking we had struck a 
vessel, when lo and behold we had struck an immense iceberg. We were going at the rate of 
16 knots an hour. 

The force was so great as to completely stove in our bulkhead or bow, leaving about 
20 tons of ice on the forecastle bulkhead. Broke both anchors, one chain was tested to hold 
12 tons. Shocking site to behold. A very large hole in her, just above the water edge. Four 
thousand gallons of water in the bulkhead. Two or three sailors buried in the ice in the 
forecastle, some time before they could get out. One hurt very badly. 

It was a clear night, the iceberg looked similiar to a bluish-white cloud looming up 
about 50 feet. An awful grand sight. 

The boats were ordered to be loosed from the davids ready if needed. Considerable 
excitement on board. A Presbyterian minister with satchel in hand was ready to look to No. 
1 . Some of the women were terribly excited. 

We were from 240 to 250 miles from St. John's, Newfoimdland. Steaming eight or 
nine knots an hour, notwithstanding her situation. 

The "Arizona" steamship of the Guion Line, is built in seven compartments. All 
luggage was removed aft to lighten her. I called the boys together during the excitement and 
prayed the Lord to enable us to avert calamity, that it might be no worse. We exercised our 
Priesthood, prayed for a calm and that we might live, also aU on board get to our destination, 
also the vessel. 

Went below to our cabins, prayed frequently according to the order of the Priesthood, 
for a calm sea and no wind, as this is apparently our salvation temporarily. 

During the night we went on deck and while alone, rebuked winds and waves. We 
have a calm sea. Prayers answered. Also prayed for a vessel to come to our rescue, if 



172 



necessary, and wisdom to be given the Captain, and Prince of Power and Air to have no 
control, at this time. Committed ourselves to God. 

In talking to some of the passengers, I promised no lives should be lost or ship either, 
in the name of the Lord." 

St. Johns, Newfoundland, Sunday, November 9, 1 879. 

"Having remained in sight of harbor all night, arrived about 1 1 :00 P.M. This morning 
at 8:00 o'clock, pilot came aboard and took us into port. Very rocky coast, only one entrance 
to bay and that very narrow. Rocks on either side. Inside a nice, comfortable harbor 
completely land blocked. Must have been over 150 vessels of all sizes at anchor. People 
flocked down to the wharf by thousands. 

Several boats fiJled with small boys, saw more boys than since I left home, all healthy 
and strong. I suppose them to belong to fishing smacks or schooners. The population appears 
to contain a great many Irish people, contains about 49,000 of the Island's 96,000. The 
streets are very crooked, in steps as it were, along the hillside. 

The damage done vessel was greater than I anticqjated. The break extended below the 
water mark, the whole length of the keel." 

Monday, November 10, 1879. 

'T took a walk into the country for about three or four miles. Beautiful scenery, farm 
houses, meadows, and timber. Beautiful lake and beautiful harbor. In the evening writing 
home, also sending a few newspapers." 

November 11*. Writing on back of 25 cards. Articles of Faith, "Any person desirous of 
further information relative to these principles, until Thursday, November 13, 1879, address 
Elder Henry A. Dixon, St. Johns. After that date, to William Budge, Esq., 42 Islington St., 
Liverpool, England." 



173 



Comments on the above incident by Maria D. Taylor: 



"While on a visit to Price, Utah in September 1930, my son Elton was telling me he 
spoke of this incident in Fast Meeting and a gentleman arose and said, "in the mouth of two 
witnesses all things shall be established." 

This Brother Potter stated that he came home on that same vessel sometimes later. 
He talked to the Captain and also the crew and they all said it was nothing short of a miracle. 

He said he saw the vessel while in the docks for repairs and there was a hole in it as 
large as a good sized room. 

He was told that at the time of the accident, word was taken to the owner of the ship, 
Mr. Guion, who asked if any Mormons were aboard. They told him there were four. He went 
back to bed and said he knew the vessel would land safe, for forty years they had been 
carrying Mormons, no ship was lost. It paid them better than insurance." 




1820 Settlers Sailing Ship 



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HENRY ALDOUS DIXON 
1835 - ISSA 




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Very Brief Life Sketch of 
MARIA LOUISE DIXON TAYLOR 



Bom at Provo, Utah on January 5, 1872 to Sarah DeGrey and Henry Aldous Dixon 
Baptized in about 1880 by David Holdaway. 

Re-baptized and confirmed on May 5, 1 894 by T. N. Taylor. The Provo Third Ward records 

had been destroyed by fire in the Ward Clerk's home. 
Married to Arthur Nicholls Taylor in the Salt Lake Temple on May 9, 1 894. 
Children: 

Arthur D., Lynn, Elton, Henry, Alice, Clarence, Kenneth and Ruth. 
Attended Provo Schools, including one year at the partly finished Parker School. For two 

terms attended the B. Y. Academy, tenporarily meeting in the Z. C. M. I. warehouse. 
After the death of her father, she worked in the Provo Book and Stationery store and for 
Robert Skelton, until her marriage. 

While her young femily was growing up, she worked in the Primary as teacher and in the 

Presidency of the Ward. 
Served the rest of her life in the Relief Society as a teacher and Theology teacher for twenty 

years. 

Treasurer of the Utah County Camp of Daughters of Pioneers. Historian of Camp Provo, 

Daughter of Utah Pioneers. 
Chairman of Third Ward Widows to raise enough money to carpet the remodeled Chapel. 
Her later years were spent in genealogical research, writing family histories and doing Temple 

work. 

She died at the L.D.S. Hospital in Salt Lake City on February 17, 1947. 



For her Autobiography see page 173, volume I 
"My Folks The Dixons" 



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Xji reat G-randdaughter of 
Rev. William Boardman 




•MARIA roiXOM TATILOiE 



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Very Brief Life Sketch of 
ARTHUR NICHOLLS TAYLOR 



Bom at Provo, Utah on November 2, 1 870, the son of Eliza Nicholls and George Taylor. 
Baptized by Myron Tanner about 1878. 
Confirmed by David Holdaway about 1878. 

The Provo Third Ward records had been destroyed in the fire which destroyed part 

of the Ward Clerk's house. 
Re-baptized and confirmed by T. N. Taylor on May 5, 1 894. 

Married Maria Louise Dixon in the Salt Lake Temple on May 9, 1894 by John R. Winder. 
Children: 

Arthur D., Lynn, Elton, Henry, Alice, Clarence, Kenneth and Ruth. 
Attended the Provo City Schools and graduated fi-om the B. Y. U. Business College in 1 891 . 
As a boy he shared the vicissitudes and hardships of Pioneer life and learned the homely 

lessons of honest toil and integrity. 
Became a Director of the newly organized Taylor Brothers Company in 1 890, where he was 

associated for the next 30 years. 
In 1921, he with other co-workers in Taylor Bros. Co. organized the Dixon Taylor Russell 

Co., a home fiimishings store. 
Served a mission in Birmingham, England, fi-om October 1900 to February 1903. 
Served in Utah Stake Sunday School and was a Utah Stake High Councilman for over 

twenty-five years. 

Took an active interest in fenning, reclamation, education, industry. He owned a dairy, a fiiiit 
farm, a chicken ranch, a hog farm, a pleasure resort (Provonna Beach). Organizer of 
Skipper 

Bay Drainage District, and Wildwood Resort in Provo Canyon. 

Was a prime mover in getting Columbia Steel Co. to locate in Utah County. 
Served on the Provo Board of Education for fifteen years. 
He died September 10, 1935 at Provo, Utah. 



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Family Group Record - 445 



2 



Husband Arthur NichoUs TAYLOR 




Bom 

2 Nov 1870 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

10 Seo 1935 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Married 

9 May 1894 


Place 

Salt Lake City, , Utah 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Maria Louise DIXON-2.6.6 




Bom 

5 Jan 1872 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

17 Feb 1947 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Wife's father 

Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 MRIN: 443 H Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Sarah DEGREY-2.6w B Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sexj 

M 1 Arthur Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.1 




Bom 

4 Oct 1895 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

20 Jul 1979 


Place 

Orem, , Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

M Lynn Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.2 




Bom 

6 May 1898 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

2 Jul 1967 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Elton LeRoy TA Y] 


LOR-2.6.6.3 




Bom 

22 Jun 1900 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

17 Dec 1992 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


[ Sex 
M 


Henry Dixon TAY 


LOR-2.6.6.4 




Bom 

22 Nov 1903 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

24 Feb 1987 


Place 

Saalt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 



Family Group Record - 445 



Page 2 of 2 



5 



6 



7 



8 



Husband a isjirhnlk TA YT OR 


Maria T r»ni<:p DDf ON-? 6 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

F 1 


Alice Louise TAY 


.OR-2.6.6.5 





Born 

18 Nov 1906 


PIdCG 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Clarence Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.6 




Bom 

11 Mav 1909 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Orson Kenneth TAYLOR-2.6.6.7 




Bom 

3 Nov 1913 


PI3C6 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

31 Oct 1940 


Place 

Provo, Utah, Utah 


Buried 


Place 

Provo, City Cemetery, Utah 


Spouse 




Mamed 


Place 


T i Ruth Elaine TAYLOR-2.6.6.8 




Bom 

20 Mar 1917 


Place 

Provo, Uah, Utah 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



09 Aug 1997 



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Arthur N. Taylor Home - 256 No. 5th VJest, Provo 




Front !• to R; a-rthur D., Maria D., Ruth E,, 

Arthur N.j Lynn D. Taylor 

Back L. to R: Elton L,, Clarence D., .xiice L., 

Henry D., 0, Kenneth Taylor 




V/ildwood Summer Home 
Maria D, Taylor, Ruth Eliza Taylor, Sarah D. Dixon 

Alice L. Taylor 



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TAYLOR FAMILY 




Kenneth 1 82 



A TRIBUTE TO AUNT RYE 



They ask, "What is in the name?" 
It seems to me, there is much that is unseen- 
Something of the divine that symbolizes one's identity. 
In this life and all eternity. 
There are names that stir the soul. 
When they fall upon the ear- 
Names, that keep us free from all fear- 
There are names we mention in revered awe 
Melodic, and tender like a refrain. 
And names of heroes that have become- 
A part of our country's glory and fame! 
There are names flashed on 
Broadway for all to see - - 
Names that signify a high degree - 
And just names of sweet simplicity 
Like "Aunt Rye". 
I have loved this name since the days of my youth. 
And idealized its owner 
For her virtue, wisdom and truth - 
"Aimt Rye", it is such a home-spun, humble name - 
No glamour nor pretentiousness 
Did its bearer ever claim. 
Calm and serene she stood. 
Meeting life's tests and trials 
Believing life was good! 
Aunt Rye, was a participant in life - 
She liked to be in the midst of things. 
And share its joys and strife. 



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Names were very important to our Aunt Rye, 
Names of the living and names of the dead. 
She believed in "Salvation's" plan. 
She always had much work, ahead. 

She enjoyed "Ten^le Work" . 
And always tried to do her share. 
For the less fortimate souls 
Who haven't the "Gospel" over there. 
Her genealogy records are well done 
She toiled to complete them from sun to sun. 
Aunt Rye was steadfast in her faith - 
She loved the "Gospel Plan", 
She loved her God, and served Him well. 
She loved her fellow-men. 
Aimt Rye was a saleslady. 
She had loveliness to sell. 
Aunt Rye was a dreamer and planner 
And she always planned well 
Aunt Rye was a comforter. 
She was always where 
Illness and grief were despair. 
Her presence was soothing. 
In healing she had a skill - 
When asked if she'd stay with you. 
She always answered, "Sure I will". 
We all felt relieved when 
Aimt Rye was close by. 
Because of her helpfulness 

We could always rely. 
Aunt Rye was a historian. 



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And a recorder too, 
She was proud of our Pioneers 
And preserved their life stories for all of you. 

She cherished her birthright. 
Was proud of her kin, their accomplishments - 
And what they had been. 
She painstakingly preserved their history, 
For all of her beloved posterity to see. 
Aunt Rye was a student, 

She liked to read. 
She appreciated talent. 
And liked to see other folks succeed. 
She endeavored to find out about the new things 
In her daily pursuits. 
In this way, she acquired much knowledge. 
And became an educated person 
without going to college. 
Aunt Rye was a teacher of Zion's youth. 
She loved little children and taught them the truth. 
Aunt Rye was a devoted sweetheart and wife. 

Always pretty and neat. 
She seemed to sparkle, her spirit was so sweet 
Her choicest role was that of mother, 
She placed that assignment above any other 
Her home was her castle, 
Her love and good- will did abide - 
The atmosphere was lovely; because peace 

And tranquility reigned always inside. 
Her family by good example were taught. 
She practiced doing good. 



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Her character and service. 
Have honored womanhood! 
Her family have all lived exemplary lives. 
As have their children their devoted husbands and wives. 
This to their parents much happiness brought. 
Aunt Rye was enthusiastic and busy as a bee. 
She lived life abundantly. 
And gloried in its opportunity! 
She liked to work, she liked to play. 
She loved to chat with her family and firiends. 
And always had something interesting to say. 
She liked to laugh, hike and swim. 
And was always fiill of vigor and vim. 
Folks were anxious to meet Aunt Rye, 
And passers-by would say, 
"So you're Aunt Rye Taylor, 
We've heard about you." 
And soon they'd be calling her Aunt Rye too. 
They felt a close kinship, because of the nice things she'd do 
And as the greatest of all teachers, by example taught. 
Aunt Rye's splendid lessons to us all brought 
Renewed faith, better judgement, and many a good thought. 
It has been said that all we take with us. 
When we leave this earth, is what we have given- 
Service measures our worth. 
As our Creator challenged us, 
"To do unto the least of these." 
Aunt Rye has met this challenge 
And her Creator will she please. 
Her vsddow's mite was always giving or her time and substance. 



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So Aunt Rye has taken with her. 
Something more precious than gold. 
Her record of good deeds. 
Will bring blessings manifold. 
And the heritage she leaves. 
To family, neighbors and friends. 
Remembering: her goodness; no one knows how 

Far its influence extends. 
And to show our appreciation, for this life so fine 
We can like her - so live, 
That we too may have something as worthwhile to give. 
And I know today in that 
"Eternal Home" not so far away 
Aunt Rye will not sit idly by. 
She'll be helping, always doing her share. 
And folks there too, will love our Aunt Rye. 

Rhea Dixon Reeve 
February 1947 




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Sarah L. Dixon 
I. D. # 2. 6. 2 w 




Sarah D. McConachie 
I.D. # 2.6.5 




May P. Dixon 

I. D. # 2. 6. 8 w 




Etta D. Dixon 
I.D. # 2. 6. 13. w 




Fanny S. Whimpey 



DIXON SISTER» S CLUB 




Rena M. Dixon 
I. D. # 2. 6. 3 w 




Maria D. Taylor 

I.D. # 2.6.6 




Sena R. Dixon 

I. D. # 2.6. 11. w 




Electa S. Dixon 

I.D. # 2. 6. 14. w 




t 



Sophia S. Manson 
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Hattie H. Dixon 
I.D.# 2.6.7W 




Louie M. Dixon 

I. D. # 2.6.12. w 




May B. Dixon 

I.D. # 2. 6. 16. w 




Virginia B. Dixon 

^Honorary) 
I-D. # 2. 6. 10. w 



RENEWAL OF FAMILY TIES IN SOUTH AFRICA 



With the death of Grandfether Dixon's sister, Aime, on March 28, 1 877, just 3 years 
after the death of their fether John Henry Dixon, all contacts with the Dixon Family in South 
Africa ceased. Some of the letters written to Anne by Henry A. Dixon were returned at that 
time, (five of them having been enlarged and reproduced recently) 

Our Dixon Family records were so inconplete in 1 930 that the only records available 
were the date and place of birth of Henry A. Dixon and the name of his mother, father and 
sister. 

So in May 1930 when my mission call for the California Mission was changed to the 
South African Mission, I was overjoyed. And I think it was an answer to my Mother's prayers 
that a representative of the Dixon Family be sent to the birthplace of her father. 

Upon landing at Capetown and the Mission Home at Mowbray, I was immediately 
placed in the Mission Office and after two months training was assigned as Mission Secretary. 
This was dis^pointing for it now tied me down to a desk with little chance for genealogical 
contacts. Typical of my Mother's faith, she counseled me to do my assigned job thoroughly 
and to the best of my ability and if I did that, the way would be opened for me to obtain that 
information which she and I so much desired. 

On April 30, 1931 at "Cumorah" Main & Grove Road, Mowbray, South Africa, The 
South African Mission Headquarters and Mission Home, I recorded the following thoughts: 

On September 15, 1930, 1 left my home and beloved one's at Provo and Salt Lake 
City, Utah, to answer a call to fulfill a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints in South Africa the former home and birthplace of Grandfether Henry Aldous Dixon. 
75 years before, he had left his home, his beloved parents and sister and fiiends to sacrifice 
all for the love of the convictions of his mind and heart; to go to America, Utah, to help build 
up the great kingdom 

Little knowledge did I have of any ancestors or friends for no detailed record had been 
kept concerning the whereabouts of My Grandfather's family and their children. Yet within 
six months, through the help and guidance of our Heavenly Father, I have been guided to the 
door of a total stranger, who, upon conversing and searching proves to be one of my relatives 



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here in South Africa. "God moves in a mysterious way. His wonders to perform". This work 
of genealogy, that of collecting and linking up our family histories, is one of the greatest and 
most important works of the Lord in this the latter day. 

It being the 29th of April and the end of the month, the time that is busiest in the 
ofiBce, I felt that I should stay in the office and do my work. I had previously told the Elders 
this when they inquired if I was going out tracting with them. After goiQg to the office and 
outlining my days activities, I decided that they could wait until afternoon or the next day; 
none of it being exceptionally important or rushing . So I went tracting, really agakist my own 
convictions. 

How it was that Elder Peterson and Elder Harris took the opposite side of the road 
and Elder Mac Arthur and myself the right side, is beyond my power of comprehension and 
reason. After tracting about six houses with fairly good conversations: we entered 
"Kenthurst". We knocked at the door, asked for the misses and waited. The maid reappeared 
and asked the names - we waited. We've asked to come in by the maid but refiised, it not 
being in order to accept the invitation from a servant. Still we waited and finally the lady of 
the house came in from the back yard. She evidently had been working in the garden. We 
waited while she washed her hands. She finally appeared and we delivered our message or 
approach. She was not interested whatsoever. She had her religion. Church of England, was 
good enough for her. 

She happened to mention that one of her father's uncles was a Mormon. I then told 
her the story of my Grandfather, of his being bom and raised in Africa, after which he went 
to Utah. Upon mentioning his only sister as being Anne Hartman, she immediately gave me 
the startling news of her relationship to the Hartman' s of Cradock. What good news! How 
my heart and soul thrilled! Just imagine the possibility of finding relatives, someone that knew 
my Grandfather's family history which was more or less a blank page to his family in Utah. 
Here I am no longer alone. I have found kinsmen and the possibility of helping to fiilfill one 
of my Mother's grandest hopes and dreams. 

I asked if I might have the privilege of coming back some evening and talking more 
about the femily tree. She answered in the affirmative, also stating she would write to Willie 
Hartman (vibo was living then at Cradock and was very ill and in a critically sick condition). 



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I suggested coming around before mail day (letter writing day), and was given the invitation 
of calling Thursday, April 20th. 

As I was leaving I inquired as to her name and found it to be Mrs. Humphris, living 
at Kenthurst on Banska Road, Rosebank (a suburb of Cape Town). 

Thursday evening at 8:00 p. m.. Elder Peterson accompanied me back to the home of 
Mrs. Huinphris. I took with me Grandfather's diary and also pictures and letters from home. 
In the last mail I had received the histories of Grandfether Dixon and also Grandmother Eliza 
Taylor. 

I took these histories, pictures and diary along and showed and read them to Mrs. 
Humphris, Mr. Hunphris (who is blind and without the use of his limbs), Miss Humphris, and 
another young man. 

We were greeted with a very friendly welcome and made to feel at home. I read the 
letters, taken from Grandmother Dixon's box at Aunt Electa' s. I showed them some of these 
letters and the pictures sent me. Mrs. Humphris located her album and showed me the picture 
of Miss Nash, married Ben Webber, and also a number of his sisters as well as some of 
the other persons spoken of in Anne Hartman's letters to Grandfether, which we were 
reading. 

Mrs. Humphris remembers her mother, Mrs. Hamhn, (who was Ben Webber's sister 
Harriet) telling her that her mother, Emma Dixon, told the story of having been left in care 
of some friends while her mother went to England to get some money, but was never heard 
of after that. As near as we can work it out (nothing definite) Emma Dixon must have been 
the half sister of Henry Aldous Dixon, my Grandfather. 

(Most recent records show that Margaret W. Dixon, first wife of John Henry Dbcon, 
was buried at Grahamstown, C. P. South Afiica, by the Rev. William Geary on June 21, 
1824.) 

On January 28, 1932, 1 received permission from Mission Pres. Dalton to travel by 
train to Halesowen Station, near Cradock, C. P., about 850 miles from Capetown. 

Here I was met by Florence McDonald Radford, a niece of William Hartman who 



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drove me to "Bufifels Hoek", the sheep ranch of 75 year old William Hartman, his wife 
Florence and her fether David McLeod. 

William Hartman is the nephew of Grandfather Henry A. Dixon and son of 
Grandfather's sister Anne Judith. 

I spent a week visiting with them at their ranch. William Hartman died at Cradock on 
the 15th of November 1933. 

Very little genealogical information was obtained. But correspondence by my mother 
with Flo Hartman and Florence Radford continued until their death. 

Clarence D. Taylor 
Great Grandson 2 Gen. removed 
Of Rev. William Boardman 




David Florence William 
Hartman 1932 




"Buffels Hoek" 1996 



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MY SEARCH FOR FAMILY RECORDS IN SOUTH AFRICA 



April 20, 1932: 

Last Wednesday, we went to Uitenhage by train, a distance of about 21 miles, costing 
3 shillings two pence (about 75 cents). While there in the afternoon, we visited the cemetery, 
and after walking thru it, were quite disappointed to find no Dixon tomb stones as I had 
anticipated I would find. After inquiring of the caretaker we found that they kept no record 
of burials, but that they had divided the cemetery into plots and given each church a portion 
of ground for its congregation, and the churches did not keep account of their burials. 

Next we went to Mr. N. D. Alexander, the Uitenhage undertaker, whose forefethers 
have been in the same business since 1 865, and who treated us very cordially and showed us 
three maps he had of the plots in the cemetery. The older map was torn in two, but was the 
map of the Old Dutch Reformed Cemetery which was the first one and where all the old 
people were buried. The other two were later editions of all cemeteries. He has the most 
complete records of any kept. 

We next visited a Mr. James of the Royal Hotel wiio in turn referred us to a Mr. Luyte 
who is 76 years of age and knew some early Mormon's and had heard of the Dixons. In fact 
he stated that just that day a John Dixon, who had been employed in the Government 
Customs Office, by was just sailing for England. 

GRAHAMSTOWN, South Afiica - May 13, 1932 

This morning I decided that wiiile working in Grahamstown, I was going to try to find 
where Grandfather Dixon was bom and the original tract of land alloted to my Great 
Grandfather of the 1820 Dixon Party Settlers. 

I first started by inquiring at the City Hall. I was referred to the 1820 Settlers 
Memorial Secretary, Mr. Bosanquist, who was quite difficult to locate, but which I did finally 
find. He treated me most kind. He could not give me any information, but he took his hat and 
umbrella, left his work and went out in the rain with us to find someone who could impart the 
desired information. After calling on an attorney, then a home fiimishings store manager, we 
went to the Albany Land Office where a map of all the original Land Grants of the 1820 



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Settlers locations in the Albany District were shown. 

The Dixon Party had not settled in the Albany District, so it was not on this map. 
After talking to four or five other well known and kind residents, including Mr. McKenzie, 
the present Historian of Grahamstown and Mr. Gill of the Albany Office, they advised me to 
get in touch with a Mr. W. R. Dixon living in Coombs, near the Albany District. 

This Mr. Dixon was an old man of 87 years, very active and a real old English type 
gentleman. He was of the early 1820 Settlers, so they stated, and was indeed a wonderful and 
well liked man by all. To illustrate one of his characteristics, it is said that when General 
Botha came out to take command of the South Afiican Armies in German East AJfrica during 
the 1^ World War, that "Old Boss" Dixon gave the generally fine thoroughbred charger which 
was transported to the field of action and which carried him through that war. 

As there was no way of getting in communication with Mr. Dixon by telephone and 
the necessity of leaving Grahamstown the next morning for Port Elizabeth, I hired a taxi for 
two pounds ($10.00) to take me the 25 miles over poor roads. That was a lot of money to be 
risking, but as the regular taxi charge was one shilling (25 cents) a mile, I decided that for the 
50 miles it was reasonable in this country, and that if I did not go now, maybe it would be my 
last chance or else something might happen to the "old" man. So at two o'clock we left in a 
Dodge six sedan. 

The rain ways beginning to come down again. Soon the roads became so bad that we 
had to get out and push and finally had to put on chains. This lasted half the way down and 
half the way back. 

We went thru some beautifiil country. In fact for farming country there is none that 
I have seen in South Africa that looks any better than that found in the rolling hills, the valleys 
and mountains which surrounds Grahamstown. The country reminds me very much of the 
hilly portions of Heber Valley - Charleston and Wallsburg. 

After a most difficult time we arrived at the Dixon Farm about 5:30 p.m.- just as it 
was getting dusk, having had to leave the car a half mile down the road and walk the 
remainder of the way. 

We talked to the son who stated he did not know anything about his grandparents and 
then mentioned he had received a letter firom someone inquiring of the same information 



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(which later proved to be the letter I had written about nine months ago from 
Capetown). He never answered and was still waiting for information to answer it. 

Going over the "Old Man" Dixon's house, which was a small two room clean and well 
kept by his wife. He told me he was the son of Matthew Dixon who came to South Africa 
two years after the 1 820 Settlers landed. You cannot imagine the disappointment at those 
words. I anticipated too much. I thought the old man would be William Dixon, spoken in the 
will and that I would be able to get first hand information. But no such luck. 

The trip was not altogether in vain, for I was near to where old Great Grandfather 
John Henry Dixon settled, which was just over the valley in what is called "Dixon's Bush". 

CAPETOWN, South Africa - January 26, 1933 

During the past week, that is since last Monday, I have been spending the majority of 
my time in the Archives of the Union of South Africa, located in the bottom of the Parliament 
Buildings. I have been well paid for the time spent in research work. They do not have many 
of the old records dealing with the actual personal history of each settler, but from a 
compilation, or actually from the letters wiiich were written by the descendants of the Settlers, 
in request of the Centennial Settlers Committee who were at that time of 1919 preparing for 
the himdred years celebration of their arrival to this country, and worse trying to determine 
the number of descendants living at that time. 

What I have found deals mainly with Rev. William Boardman History and his family. 
There was very little information in regards to Grandfather Dixon's Genealogy. I was able to 
find an answer from William Henry Dixon's son, George Waldron Dixon, and have his 
address which I will write to and see if they are still living. I am sending you the information 
I have obtained which will be kept for reference work in grouping them into families. 

I think the most valuable piece of work I found was that Genealogical Register, taken 
from the old Family Bible of the Rev. Boardman now in possession of Mr. F. W. Boardman 
of Heidelburg, Transvaal. If I cannot copy it and get it to you this week I will in the fixture. 

Clarence Dixon Taylor 
Great Grandson 2 Gen. Removed 
Of Rev. William Boardman 



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MY 2-^ EXPERIENCE IN FINDING RELATIVES IN AFRICA 



On June 19, 1990 1 received an air mail letter with $1 .80 Zimbabwe postage stamps 
addressed to Henry Aldous Dixon Family Organization c/o Mr. Clarence D.Taylor, 2130 
Temple View Drive, Provo, Utah. U.S. America. Also on the front was the notation "Please 
forward or Return to Sender." 

On the reverse side of the envelope was the senders name, "Mrs. D. Brummer, 
"Menslage", P.O. Box 343, Chiredzi, Zimbabwe, Africa. And a notation,"This was his 
address in 1979. By now he may have retired. HopefiiUy he is still alive." 

Zimbawbe! The only place I was aware of by that name was the Zimbawbe Ruins, 
Solomons gold mines up near Victoria Falls in Southern Rhodesia, or was when I was in 
South Africa in 1930-33. 

Current research reveals Zimbawbe as a new country name for Southern Rhodesia. 

Its capital is Harare. 

Chiredzi is a town about 400 miles from Harare. 

"Menslage" is the name of a sugar farm in the "bush" country of Central Africa, 
(owned by the Brummer family). 

A copy of this letter is reproduced, but first let me give you a short prefece of it: 
Dawn Brummer, a non-Mormon, the writer of the letter, is a descendant of the Rev. 
William Boardman, my great, great grandfather. For more than twenty years she has been 
gathering information on the Boardman line, hopefiilly to publish a book. In her collection 
was a letter in 1933 from Clarence D. Taylor of Provo, Utah, addressed to the 1820 Settlers 
Archives, Grahamstovm, Cape Province, South Africa requesting information on the 
Boardman Family. 

The L. D. S. Church has a branch at Harare and is part of the Zimbabwe Mission. 
Here she foimd a microfiche card listing my name, Family Register, Title of Books with 
available microfilm. She ordered a copy of the film from the Genealogical Library in Salt Lake 

** My First experience recorded in "My Folks The Dixons" 
Volume I, Page 96. "Re-newal of Family Ties in South Africa." 



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City of "My Folks the Dixons". Here she used the names and addresses for sending the five 
letters. 

The same day that I received this letter, I found I had one more copy of "My Folks 
The Dixons" Volume I, also a copy of volume II which I packaged carefully and took to the 
post office. The quotation for air mailing these two books was about $75.00, or by surface 
mail it would only amount to $14,00. The books were sent surfece mail and arrived in good 
conditioa But upon examining Volume H, it was discovered that one section of the book had 
blank pages. When Dawn Brummer mentioned this to me in her next letter, I immediately 
"dug"out another Volume II and double checked each page before sending it to her. 

In her letter she also mentioned another very good fiiend, married to a Boardman in 
England. His name was John Buhner, a keen genealogist, 80 years old, retired, and presently 
honorary treasurer of the Lancashire Parish Register Society. He had done a lot of research 
of the Boardmans in and around the TOiwick Parish. He had helped her extensively so she 
gave him my name and address and mentioned he would write to me. 

Shortly after, I received a letter fi-om John Buhner mentioning that under separate 
cover he was sending a pedigree chart of the Boardman femily he had researched in his area. 

Soon after a mailing tube was received and in it was a six foot long Pedigree Chart 
beginning with THOMAS BOARDMAN and his wife JUDITH ORFORD, 1716. There are 
118 names with birth dates and deaths. 

This Buhner Pedigree Chart does not include the descendants of JUDITH 
BOARDMAN DIXON, the second child of the Rev. William Boardman. 

Judith Boardman Dixon gave birth to seven children. Only two of her children, Anne, 
the oldest child and Henry Aldous Dixon reached adulthood. 

Anne Dixon Hartman had four children, a girl and three boys. 

To show my appreciation to John Bulmer for this most valuable pedigree chart of the 
Boardman femily, and if he so desired he could add to his chart by inserting the descendants 
of Judith Boardman on the chart. 



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I made a list of Anne Dixon Hartman's descendants and inserted the list in the front 
page of Volume II of "My Folks The Dixons", with the notation that the descendants of 
Hemy Aldous Dixon up to 1979 were listed in this book on pages 429-5 19, and mailed it to 
John R. Bulmer. 

Kenyon Hall 
Winwick Lane, Croft 
Warrington, U.KL 
WA37ED 



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MENSLAGE 
P. O Box 343 
Chiredzi 

Zimbabwe, AFRICA 

29 May 1990 

The Henry Aldous Dixon Family Organization 
c/o Mr. Clarence D. Taylor 
2130 Temple View Drive 
Provo,Utah U.S.A. 

TAYLOR DDCON FAMILY 

DEAR MR. TAYLOR: 

The attached will explain it all. Please do read it- circulate it- maybe someone amongst the 

many of you will take pity and answer this correspondence. 

I am sending out a total of five copies with names and addresses, 

listed in My Folks the Dixons, 1979. Hopefully one of the letters 

will hit the jack pot. 

Yours sincerely, 

DAWN BRUMMER (Mrs.) 

My apologies for the poor quality of the photostating. This is Afiica! ! ! 



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From Mrs. Dawn Bmmmer 

Menslage 

P. O. Box 343 

Chiredzi, Zimbabwe, Africa 

29-5-90 

BOARDMAN - DIXON 
1820 SETTLERS 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, SOUTH AFRICA 

For almost 20 years I have been researching my maternal ancestry. 
Baby, a terrorist war, isolation on a farm in the Rhodesian, Zimbabwean 
Bush, 

all made for slow progress. Goals were achieved, new ones set, and so 
it continues. One clue leads to another, re awoke knowledge as a 
child, one letter 

in the Boardman file, address Utah, U.S.A. from Clarence Dixon Taylor, 
led to a visit to the Harare LDS Church, led to microfiche, led to a 
microfilm, a treasure trove. (Aladdin Cave lamp had nothing to touch 
this treasure trove!) 

and so whenever I am able to be in Harare, I lose myself into a wonderfiil world, called 
FAMILY, this one by courtesy of My Folks The Drxons - fascinating!, what else can I say? 
To retum to the beginning, names and association prove to be a connecting thread down the 
decades HA!? You may be asking. A Boardman Girl, Judith, married a fellow 1820 Settler, 
called Dixon, now my maiden name was Dixon-(no connection). 
To make it easier to understand: 



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REV. WILLIAM BOARDMAN 

Juiith married John Henry Dixon — > Party Leader 

James Hayes Boardman Henry Fuller 

William Joh i Boardman Sarah ^Fuller 

Alfred HerbLrt Boardman Ruth lltegmann 

I I 

Millicent Magdalena Emma Boardman Felix Brummer 

Muriel Hester Fritz j 

Dawn Denise Dixon Marries > Pierre Brummer 

(me) 

So playing on names; 

Boardman daughter married a Dixon (your line) 

Boardman son eventually had a descendant who married a Dixon and had Dixon issue (me). 
John Henry Dixon, leader of Dixon Party and amongst whom was Henry Fuller his great, 
great grandson married one of the Boardman Dixon issue (me). Not of your Dixon line. So 
the name and association returned in 1966! How terribly, terribly sad that parents could be 
so hard re a childs choice of religion. Surely all roads and paths lead to God? Henry A. Dixon 
was disowned by his fether (thus mother couldn't take a different stance) Another connection 
we have re Utah is (see above). James married Elizabeth Dixie and her Uncle Joseph Dixon 
"went to America and bought a large tract of land in Utah Valley and settled Negroes there", 
(unquote) My Folks The Dixons, someone made the comment re Dixie! it is a small world. 
There are plans to publish a Boardman History to include all lines. We are busy collecting 
data and strangely enough I have collected the most, even tho I am living on a sugar farm in 
the middle of the Bush in Central Africa. I found a second cousin of my grandmother here in 
Harare. She is in her seventies and what a treasure of letters she has given me. Upon sorting 
etc., I advised her that the paper was becoming brittle and fi^ile and also that the contents 
were of historical value. I suggested that we have photo copies made and donate the originals 
plus a set of working copies for research to 1 820 archives in Grahamstown, C. P. South 
Africa. Now at least we do know that they are in safe keeping and accessible, The Boardman 
file is now one of the most detailed and bulging at the seam. I am in constant contact with 
another member of the Boardman girls, her sister is Corine, Lady Baden Powel, daughter in 



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law of Lord Baden Powel, founder of the Scout Movement. Both Corine and Myrtle live in 
Australia and Myrtle has been so enthusiastic etc. By now we are to be found worldwide, this 
Boardman Family of ours. Another chap in England, John Buhner is married to a Boardman. 
He had done a lot of Boardman research and is a honey re-exchanging research notes and 
etc... I have also assembled a very impressive collection of photographs despite the fact that 
during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) people saw the British destroying form houses, 
possession etc. and placing the women folks and children into concentration can:q)s (28,000 
died) and although I come from Afrikaans and English stock, it is only now that I frilly 
understand the reason behind the Afrikaans mistrust of and sometime hatred for the English. 
Anglo-Boer War certainly taught nations re concentration camps scorched earth tactics. Some 
families never regained their stable financial feet. As I read, skim thru, their femily history, I 
was awed by \^t another branch had achieved. I was fascinated by the diverse paths many 
had traveled, by the bonds retained, a sense of family. Yes, your religious belief and rules do 
account for the major reason but if individuals aren't interested then no rules will maintain the 
bond. What brings it home are the poems, prose, songs, the words, etc., the conveying of a 
sense of pride, sense of femily (the Elm Tree history and observations say it all). I haven't 
read it all, only skimmed thru. I suppose the nicest con[q)liment that I received was from a 
Canadian member of LDS (Why dont you attend the services. Why haven't you advised that 
you are a member?) Me a (member) (me)? Services? But I do attend Church services. I am 
an Anglican. In our femify we have about ten different sets of belief ie. Members of different 
organizations, but only the U.S. branch are Mormons. (But, Dawn, you research along our 
methods, you record dates similar to us, you hoard food etc. exactly as we do, you think 
abng our lines). Oh yes, I do, I have an absolute thing re food, material and I am known for 
it here. Sometimes Pierre accuses me of making the shortages (Zimbabwe certainly has many 
shortages from tin foil to vehicles!) I have been rambling on, I wonder if this letter will arrive 
amongst any of you. I am using addresses etc. as listed in 1979. 

(a) Are the people still residents there? 

(b) Are they still alive? and with us? 

(c) Are they even interested in this letter? Making contact? 

Is it possible to purchase a set of the books My Folks The Dixons? If so what price? 



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One of your members in the 2nd book wrote how lucky she was to have been bom a member 
of the femily, white, and in the U.S.A. and I agree. I am lucky to be me. I am happy to be me. 
I love Africa, wars and all, and above all I know that the words of My Folks by Rhea Dixon 
Reeves apply to me and mine as well I am going up to Harare soon. I am going to meet more 
Taylor-Dixon people. I am going to enjoy meeting you all, both past and present. Of course 
by now some of the future members of 1979 are present members. Do I sing? No, I croak like 
a frog, so do I hum, (Getting To Know You) (King And I ) 

Sincerely, 
Dawn Brummer 

Great Granddaughter 4 Gen Removed 
Of Rev. William Boardman 




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DISCOVERING MY "GOLD MINE" 

In Johannesburg, South Africa 
Or 

MY 1994 Genealogy Tour to Africa 

The seed for this trip was planted back on May 29, 1990, when I; I received a letter 
from Zimbabwe, Africa I did not recollect of there being such a place in Africa, when I was 
there in 1930-1933. There was a North and South Rhodesia, whose principle cities were 
Bulawayo, Salisbury, and Livingston. 

In checking a current map the Rhodesias have been divided into several new 
Coimtries, Zimbabwe being one of them Bulawayo is in Zimbabwe He and the name of 
Salisbury has been changed to Harare and became the Capital city, when the Blacks gained 
control after the Civil War there. 

On the front of this letter envelope besides my name and address was the notation, 
"Please forward or return to sender." On the back of the envelope was the senders name, 
"Mrs. D. Brummer, "Menslage", P. O. Box 343, Chiredzi, Zimbabwe, Africa." And another 
notation, "This was his address in 1979. By now he may have retired. Hopefiilly he is still 
alive." 

ZIMBABWE! The only place I was aware of by that name was the Zimbabwe Ruins, 
reportably the Gold Mines of King Solomon in East Central Africa. 

"MENSLAGE" the name of the Sugar cane farm, near CHIREDZI, the nearest town 
in the bush country of central Africa. 

The writer of this letter was Mrs. Dawn Brummer, a non-Mormon who is a 
descendant of the Rev. William Boardman, 1820 Settler to Africa; my great, great 
grandfether. For more than twenty years. Dawn Brummer had been gathering family history 
material of the Boardman family, hopefiilly, to publish a book. In her collecting was a letter 
written in 1933 from Clarence D. Taylor of Provo, Utah, addressed to the 1820 Settlers 
Archives, Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Afiica; requesting information on the 
Boardman Family. 

In 1979, Henry D. Taylor, then one of the General Authorities of the Church, donated 
to the Church Genealogical Library, copies of "My Folks the Dixons" This book had been 



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microfilmed and a microfiche card had been made and placed in all the Branch Libraries, even 
in far away Harare, Afiica. 

The L.D.S. Qiurch has a branch genealogical library at Harare, part of the Zimbabwe 
Mission, Here Dawn Brummer found a microfiche card listing my name; Family Register; title 
of books refering to the Boardman femily; and available microfilms. She had the Library order 
a copy of the film, "My Folks the Dixons" fi"om the Genealogical Library in Salt Lake City. 

After reading and browsing through the film. Dawn wanted to obtain the book so she 
could refer to it at her home, rather than have to travel a distance of about 400 miles to spend 
a few hours reading the film in Harare. 

Dawn selected five names listed in the film to which she sent five letters, hopefiilly that 
one would reply to her request in her letter. The letters were addressed to: 
HENRY ALDOUS DDCON FAMILY ORGANIZATION 

1 . c/o Henry D, Taylor - Salt Lake City 

2. c/o Church of Jesus Christ of L.D.S. 

Genealogical Dept.- Salt Lake City 

3. c/o Clarence D. Taylor - Provo 

4. c/o Robert N. Dixon - Orem 

5. c/o Doris Dixon Christensen - San Jose, Cal. 

The same day that I received my copy of this letter, I searched and found I had an 
extra copy of MY FOLKS THE DIXONS Vol. I and also a copy of Vol H, which I 
immediately packaged carefiilly in a sturdy cardboard box and delivered it to the Post Office. 
The quotation for air-mailing these two books was about $75.00; surface mail was only about 
$14.00 which became my choice. 

An exchange of letters between Dawn and myself and other members of the family 
continued. On April 15, 1993 I received a large envelope containing copies of original 
Boardman documents and papers. The original documents were placed in the 1 820 Archives 
at Grahamstown. 

For the next four months I worked over these Boardman documents and added them 
to the Boardman material I had. I made an outline of what I would include in a Boardman 
Book. 



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My outline would include a history of the Rev. Willian Boardman and each of his nine 
children if possible. I had material on the second daughter Judith and her descendants, but 
very little on any of the African Boardmans. So much would depend on the material from 
Africa. 

By August 13, 1993 by using Judith Boardman Dixon and her descendants as a 
suggested outline to follow for each of the other children, I made three bound copies of this 
draft and sent one copy to Dawn. 

Shortfy before mailing this draft copy, my nephew Ken Kartchner observed what I was 
doing and suggested that instead of mailing this copy I should deliver it to Dawn in person. 
At my age of 84 that was impossible. For the next four months he often remarked that we 
should go on a trip to Africa. 

Finally I ran out of excuses when in December he presented me with a suggested 
South Africa-Zimbabwe Genealogy Tour, made exclusively for Uncle Bud and Ken; to leave 
in December. He had worked this out with a travel agency. We would share the cost 50/50. 
Air fere to Israel would be paid by credits he had accumulated. 

With a few alteration, including a visit to the Holy Land and the departure date on 
January 18, 1994, 1 accepted his invitation and sent a letter to Dawn of our departure from 
Salt Lake and our arrival in Johannesburg, South Afiica. In this letter I mentioned that it was 
a major decision for me, nearing 85 years of age, to make. 

Several days latter, early in the morning, I answered the telephone but could hardly 
make out what the party on the other end of the line was saying. It was really a poor 
telephone connection as well as I do not hear so well on the telephone. Then I heard, "This 
is Dawn Brummer." I became Mfy awake and asked her where she was. The answer was, "in 
Zimbabwe." She then proceeded to explain to me that she and her family were going to 
Mozambique and would not be home when we arrived Johannesburg, but we would be met 
at the airport by her cousin Beulah and were to remain at her home for four days before 
coming to their farm in Zimbabwe. 

Less than an hour after this call from Dawn Brummer, I received another long distance 
call from Beulah Laughton ki Johannesburg, inviting us to stay with them in their home until 
Dawn returned from her trip. Dawn had called her, explaining the situation and asked her to 



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meet us at the airport and make sure we did not leave Africa without paying her a visit. 

And what a royal welcome we received on Thursday morning Jan. 20th when we 
arrived at the airport at Johannesburg. Harold, Beulah's husband, had taken time ofif from his 
work and she and Harold drove us to their home in Parkview where they treated us as 
members of their family for the next four days. I think the Laughtons were surprised to see 
two Americans coming down the airport runway, one with a backpack leading the way for 
another older man wearing a top coat, trudging along carrying a suit case and a briefcase. I 
think they were expecting to greet a boy pushing a wheel chair with a white haired, 85 year 
old man in it. 

It was here in Johannesburg that I found my "Gold Mine". Beulah showed us a 
Boardman Family chart, she was working on, with about 1400 Boardman Family names. 
There were no descendants listed on the chart of Judith Boardman Dixon. (The Utah 
Boardman Family). Most of the Boardman families were from Africa but there were some in 
Australia, England, Canada and others. 

Upon leaving Johannesburg and Africa on Thursday, Feb. 10th. Beulah had prepared 
a duplicate copy of this Boardman chart and gave it to us. We intend to enter it on a computer 
and send a disk to both Beulah and Dawn. I also left my copy of "My Folks The Dixons" Vol. 
I and the outline copy "Rev. William Boardman and His Family" with Beulah. 

After visiting v^th Dawn and her family and then onto Victoria Falls, where Ken 
"bungee" jumped off the bridge (about 350 feet above the water); we flew from Bulawayo 
to Johannesburg where we rented a car to continue our genealogy tour of South Africa. 

Cradock was a most important stop. It was here in 1932 that I visited Grandfather 
Henry Aldous Dixon's nephew, William Hartman, and Florence McDonald Radford, his niece. 
Since the death of Florence, I had lost track of the Radford family. After visiting with the 
Town Clerk, we called at the Radford's last known address inquiring as to their knowledge 
of the Radfords. Annetjie Kersop, a school teacher, listened to our inquiry and informed us 
she did not know the Radford family. After explaining our purpose in locating them, she 
volunteered to inquire as to their whereabouts. That evening we heard a knock at our hotel 
door and it was Annetjie who made a special trip to inform us that one of her friends 
fiimished her with the new address of two of the Radfords living at Sedgefield. 



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The next morning when we called on the Town Clerk, D. J. Coetzer, he informed us 
that one of his friends, Graham Whyte, a long time resident of Cradock, could give us 
information on the Radford femily. We went to the Whyte home, where Mr. and Mrs. Whyte 
were most friendly and informed us that their daughter married Mervyn, the youngest son of 
the Radford family, and they were living in Sedgefield, in the Cape near Cape Town. 

Grahamstown, the birthplace of Henry Aldous Dixon; the area of the 1820 Settlers 
Locations, and now the home of Earl Boardman, brother of Beulah Boardman Laughton, and 
his wife Norma. Beulah had made all arrangements by telephone for us to stay at Earl's home. 

We made one visit to Lawrence and Dorothy Dixon, living in the Coombs Valley, near 
the Clay Pits (formerly the source of clay for the natives), in hopes of there being a common 
ancestor. No such luck. 

Earl Boardman provided us with one of our choice experiences by taking us to 
Beaufort Vale, the location and home of his ancestor, the Rev. William Boardman. Some of 
the walls of the house (and School Room) are still visible. 

On our leaving Grahamstown the next day, we were directed to Waai Plaats, the 
location of the John Henry Dixon 1 820 Party. There is no evidence of a settlement here. It 
was here I lost my camera light meter. 

Our next inportant stop was at Uitenhage Cemetery where Judith Boardman Dixon 
was buried. An older resident informed us that the older section which was unkept and 
overgrown with weeds and neglected had been leveled off and now planted with grass. That 
was where his Grandparents were also buried. 

On the Garden Route, in the forest area of the Cape, partway between Port Elizabeth 
and Capetown and near the port of Knysna, is the Village of Sedgefield, a holiday and 
retirement resort. Here we found Joyce and Sylvia Radford living at Hamerkoshaat 9 (P. O. 
Box 158) and Mervyn and June Whyte Radford, living at Swallow Drive 34. Mervyn is a 
retired Professor and was out of town when we called. We visited with Joyce and Sylvia for 
a couple of hours before continuing on to Cape Town. 

Clarence D. Taylor 
February 1994 
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DESCENDANCY CHART 

19 Aug 1997 Page 1 

1-- Maria Louise DIXON-2 (1872-1947) 
sp-Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR-1 (1870-1935) 
2-- Arthur Dixon TAYLOR-3 (1895-1979) 
sp- Mauri ne GOODRIDGE-40 ( -1981) 

3-- Elayne TAYLOR-41 (1922) 

3-- Kent Goodridge TAYLOR-42 (1925) 

3-- Nancy TAYLOR-43 (1927) 

3-- Dixie TAYLOR-44 (1932) 
2-- Lynn Dixon TAYLOR-4 (1898-1967) 
sp-Celestia Marguerita JOHNSON-404 (1903) 

3-- John Arthur TAYLOR-405 (1928) 

3-- Janice TAYLOR-406 (1931) 

3-- Lynn Anne TAYLOR-407 (1935) 

3-- Kathryn Dee TAYLOR-408 (1942-1985) 

3-- George Terry TAYLOR-409 (1944) 
2-- Elton LeRoy TAYLOR- 5 (1900-1992) 
sp-Ethel Lu1u SCOTT-410 (1904-1991) 

3-- Julia TAYLOR-411 (1927) 

3-- James Scott TAYLOR-412 (1930) 

3-- Paul Scott TAYLOR -413 (1933) 

3-- Louise TAYLOR-414 (1938) 
2-- Henry Dixon TAYLOR-6 (1903-1987) 
sp-Alta HANSEN-415 (1905-1967) 

3-- Henry Dixon Jr. TAYLOR-416 (1931) 

3-- Anthony Hansen TAYLOR-417 (1935) 

3-- Stephen Kroge TAYLOR-418 (1942) 

3-- David Arthur TAYLOR-419 (1946) 
2-- Alice Louise TAYLOR-7 (1906) 
sp-George Elroy NELSON-420 (1905-1986) 

3-- Arthur Taylor NELSON-421 (1937) 

3-- John Christian NELSON-422 (1940) 

3-- Christina Louise NELSON-423 (1943) 

3-- Henry Aldous NELSON-424 (1946) 

3-- James Nicholls NELSON-425 (1950) 
2-- Clarence Dixon TAYLOR-8 (1909) 
2-- Orson Kenneth TAYLOR -9 (1913-1940) 
sp-Ethelyn PETERSON-426 (1914) 
2-- Ruth Elaine TAYLOR-10 (1917) 
sp-Fred Dixon KARTCHNER-427 (1914-1980) 

3-- Linda KARTCHNER-428 (1943) 

3-- Kenneth Taylor KARTCHNER-429 (1944) 

3-- Elaine KARTCHNER-430 (1947-1947) 

3-- Ellen KARTCHNER-431 (1948) 

3-- Richard Taylor KARTCHNER-432 (1950) 

3-- David Taylor KARTCHNER-433 (1951) 

3-- Rosina Louise KARTCHNER-434 (1952) 

3-- Mary Ann KARTCHNER-435 (1958) 



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PEDIGREE CHART 



19 Aug 1997 



Chart no. 1 



2 Henry Aldous DIXON -11- 



1 Maria Louise DIXON-2- 



14 Mar 1835 BE S 

Grahamstown, .South Africa 
21 Jan 1865 --2 
Salt Lake City.SL.Utah 
4 May 1884 
Provo. Utah. Utah 



BEPS 



5 Jan 1872 
Provo. Utah. Utah 
9 May 1894 --1 
Salt Lake Tempi e.SLC. Utah 
17 Feb 1947 
Salt Lake City. .Utah 

Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR -1 

Spouse 



Sarah DEGREY-12- 
4 Feb 1844 



BE S 



Dudley. W.Engl and 
17 Apr 1926 
Provo. Utah, Utah 



4 John Henry DIXON -32 

B: 28 May 1786 BEPS 

P: West Ham. Essex. Engl and 

M: 12 Jan 1826 --4 

P: Grahamstown. .South Africa 
D: 1 Apr 1874 

P: Grahamstown. .South Africa 



Judith BQARDMAN-33 

B: 16 Dec 1796 BE S 

P: Newbury, L.Engl and 

D: 23 Sep 1865 

P: Uitenhage, CP. South Africa 



6 John DEGREY-21 

C: 23 Oct 1803 BE S 

P: Dudley, Worcester, Engl and 
M: --3 
P: 

D: 24 Feb 1849 

P: Dudley, Worcester, Engl and 



7 Mariah BROOKS -22- 
B: 10 Apr 1805 



BE S 

P: Tipton, Stafford, Engl and 

D: 2 Apr 1876 

P: Salt Lake City.SL.Utah 



8 Thomas DIXON -175- 



16 John DIXON -182- 
I 



C: 
P: 
M: 
P: 
D: 
P: 



9 Mar 1755 BEPSC 
St. Botolph.A. L.Engl and 
16 Feb 1779 --56 
St Dunstan,S, L.Engl and 
25 Dec 1837 
Peckham , SGC , S . Engl and 



17 P ASTIN (ASTON) -1£ 



18 Francis REVILL-205- 



9 Sarah REVILL (REVEL) -176- 



5 Aug 1756 
St Leonards, S.L 
5 Feb 1844 

Peckham . SGC . S , Engl and 



BEPSC 19 Mary REVILL-206- 
England 



10 William BQARDMAN Rev. -216- 



12 



13 



14 



15 



20 



C: 27 Oct 1768 BEPS | 

P: Ashton, M.L.Engl and 21 

M: 15 May 1795 --64 

P: Lathom.Ormskirk.L, Engl and 

D: 22 Aug 1826 

P: Bathur St, CGH, South Africa 22 



I 



11 Margaret HAYES-217 

C: Oct 1772 BEPS 23 

P: Burtorwood.W, L.Engl and 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P: Bathurst. CGH. South Africa 24 



25 



26 



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Rev. William Boardman's Child # 3 



Section V 

SUSANNAH BOARDMAN 
1798 - 1857 

Thomas Jarman 
1797 - 18 



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I.D. # 3 



SUSANNAH BOARDMAN 

Susannah Boardman, the 3rd daughter and 3rd of 9 children of Rev. William and 
Margaret Hayes Boardman. She was bom 27 October 1798 at Newburgh, Lancaster, 
England. She, vsdth her parents and five sisters and two brothers: embarked on the ship "Za 
Belle Alliance'" from Downs, London, England on 12 February 1820, arriving at Algoa Bay 
on 24 May 1 820. The Willson Party then travailed to their location and future home, Beaufort 
Vale. 

On the 3 1 December 1 822, Susannah married Thomas Jarman of Clumber. 
Susannah Boardman Jarman died at Peddle, Cape Province, South Africa on 8 
February 1857. 

THOMAS JARMAN 

Thomas Jarman, a member of Calton's Party, age 26, brickmaker. 

Nottingham, England was an area hard hit by unemployment and unrest during the 
summer of 1819. A public subscription was raised to assist the unemployed to emigrate to the 
Cape under the government scheme. 

Deposits were paid for 60 men and their families to travel to the Cape by this 
committee. The party traveled from Nottingham to Liverpool by road. The women and 
children went by coach and the men walked. After three days the families, their baggage, 
(including agricultural equipment, tradesmen tools, supplies, clothes and etc), arrived at 
Liverpool Docks where they boarded the transport ship "Albury". 

The departure was delayed by bad weather but finally sailed from Liverpool on 13 
February 1820 and arrived at Algoa Bay on 15 May 1820. The Party located on the Torrens 
River and was called Climiber. 



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Family Group Record - 330 



Husband xhomas JARMAN-3h 




Born 

1797 


Place 

, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

31 Dec 1822 


Place 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




C Deceased 


Wife 

Susannah BOARDMAN-3 




Born 

27 Oct 1798 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

8 Feb 1857 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 




MRIN: 311 


ixi Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 






B Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

j 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 




Born (day month year) 


Place 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 










Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




Married 


Place 









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Section VI 

THOMAS BOARDMAN 
1800 - 18_ 

Jane Fuenilove 
1807 - 18 



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Husband xhomas BOARDMAN-4 




Born 

25 Sep 1800 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 


Ctiristened 

26 Oct 1 800 


Place 

Newburgh, Lathom, Lancaster, England 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

17 Aug 1828 


Place 

Blackburn, , Lancaster. England 


Husband's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-O MRIN: 311 E Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow E Deceased 


Wif 


a 

Jane FUNILOVE-4w 


j 

i 


Born 

1807 


Place 

, , Lancaster, England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


1 Sex 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 


1 
j 


Born (day month year) 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


f\/larried 


Place 



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Section VII 

MARGARET BOARDMAN 
1802 - 1869 

William Smith 
1792 - 18 



217 



I.D. # 5 



MARGARET BOARDMAN 

Margaret Boardman was bom 14 December 1 802 in Newton, Lancaster, England. She 
was the fourth daughter and fifth of nine children bom to Rev. William and Margaret Hayes 
Boardman. 

Margaret Boardman died at Adelaide, Cape Province, South Afirica in 1889. 

WILLIAM SMITH 

William Smith of 3 Bamards Inn, Holbum, London, England was a surveyor and 
had served at sea in the India trade. He had also been engaged in commercial enterprises 
abroad. 

He first became interested in the 1 820 Settlers Emigration scheme to the Cape of 
Good Hope, when he made application to the Colonial Department in behalf of an 
Emigration society consisting of a number of respected and intelligent persons interested 
in transporting at least one himdred laboring families to the Cape Colony. This application 
was not accepted, but the Department offered to accept a new party to be formed by him, 
in which to replace the withdrawal of a party of eleven men. 

Smith hastily organized a new party consisting of some members of his old party 
and others. Deposits were paid for eleven men to depart on the transport ship "Nautilus" 
in November 1819. At Smith's request, he and his party were granted permission to depart 
a week later on the ship "Northampton". 

Included in the Smith Settler Party's sailing list were: 

William Smith, age 27, surveyor. His wife Anna, age 24. 
John Josiah Smith, age 18, brother to ^^^lliam Smith. 
The "Northampton" sailed fi-om Gravesend on 12 December 1819 and arrived at Algoa 
Bay on 30 April 1820. The party settled in northem Albany on the road to Trumpeters 
Drift, named "Stoney Vale". 

Much later, William married Margaret Boardman, daughter of Rev. William and 
Margaret Hayes Boardman. 



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Husband wilUam SMITH-5h 




Born 


1792 


Place 

liVJlL/VJl 11} l^UllUUllf 7 Ull^lullLI 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


1843 


Place 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 


□ Deceased 


Wif 


a 

Margaret BOARDMAN-5 




Born 

14 Dec 1802 


Place 

Newton, Lathom, Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


1869 


Place 


i 


Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 


William BOARDMAN Reverend-O 




MRIN:311 a Deceased 




Wife's mother 


Margaret HAYES-Ow 




E Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

1 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 


1 
1 


Bom (day month year) 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


1 

i 

i 


Married 


Place 







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Section VIH 

JOHN ASHTON BOARDMAN 
1804 - 1829 

Died January 28 1829 
Age 25 Years 



221 



222 



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Section IX 

SARAH HAYES BOARDMAN 
1806 - 18_ 

John Crause 
1804 - 18 



223 



I.D. #7 



SARAH HAYES BOARDMAN 

Sarah Hayes Boardman, the 5th daughter and 7th of 9 children, bom 3 August 1 806, 
to Rev. William and Margaret Hayes Boardman, at Newton, Lancaster, England. When 12 
years of age she with her parents and brothers and sisters, embarked at Depthford, London 
on the ship '''La Belle Alliance ", for the Cape of Good Hope, on 12th February 1 820. 

She lived with her parents at Beaufort Vale, in lower Albany, near Bathurst, until she 
married Lt. John Crause on 1 December 1825. 

She was living with her niece, Anne Dixon Hartman at Grahamstown in 1 876. A letter 
written by Anne Dixon Hartman to her brother in Provo, Utah, on December 25, 1 876 from 
Graham's Town, " A imt Crause sends her love to you. She keeps your likeness always 
on her drawer. She says you must let us know more about your wife and children." 

She was still living when her brother James wrote a letter dated 4 March 1 886, to F. 
Beck No. 30 Franklin St., Manchester, England, stating that his sister, wife of the late John 
Crause, was residing in GrahamstowiL 

JOHN CRAUSE 

John Crause, husband of Sarah Hayes Boardman, listed as age 26 in 1 819, Lieut and 
Adjutant, 50th Regt (half-pay). His first wife, Amelia, age 25, is listed in the shipping 
(London) list. There is no record of Amelia's presence in the Colony and it is presumed she 
died in England. 

He had been an officer in the infentry and Adjutant at the Invalid Depot, Chatham. He 
joined the Crause Party, led by his brother, Lieut Charles Crause, an officer of the Royal 
Marines. 

The Crause Party consisted of 12 men who sailed from Gravesend in the regular 
transport shq) "Nautilus", in conqjany with its consort ship the "Chapman", on 3 December 
1819. The two ships were separated when the "Nautilus" struck on the Goodwin Sands 
during a violent storm but was set afloat again without much damage . 

It was while awaiting here that the three Crause Brothers appUed for separate grants 



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of land by virtue of their situation as half paid officers with long service records. The 
"Nautilus" arrived at Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth) 14 April 1820. The party settled between 
the Wellington and Kap Rivers and was named Spanish Reeds. 

On 1 December 1825, John Crause married Sarah Hayes Boardman, daughter of Rev. 
William and Margaret Hayes Boardman. 




Clarence Ruth "BEAUFORT VALE" 



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"""''""^ John CRAUSE-7h 




Born 


1804 


Place 

, , , England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 










Buried 


Place 




Married 

1 Dec 1825 


Place 








! 
1 


Husband's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


i 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


' Wife 

; Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-7 


j 


Born 

3 Au 


g 1806 


Place 

Newton, , Lancaster, England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


! 


Buried 


Place 


1 


Wife's father 


William BOARDMAN Reverend-O 




MRIN:311 


a Deceased 


i 


Wife's mother 


Margaret HAYES-Ow 






H Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 


i 


Born (day month year) 


Place 


i 
j 


Christened 


Place 


i 


Died 


Place 


1 


Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




Married 


Place 



i 



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Section X 



JAMES HAYES B O A R D M A N 



1808 - 1889 



Elizabeth Dixie 
1815 - 1850 



227 



ID# 8. 



JAMES HAYES BOARDMAN 



1808 - 1889 



James Hayes Boardman was bom 22 July 1 808 at Newton, Lancaster, England, the 
eighth child of Rev. William and Margaret Hayes Boardman. He was just eleven years of age 
when he boarded the sailing vessel "Z,a Belle Alliance''\ with his family, anchored in the 
Thames River at Depthford, London, England, bound for the wild country South Africa. 

Little did he realize or dream of the adventures, the trials and tribulations, that 
changed his whole life. 

The "Xa Belle Alliance''' anchored in Algoa Bay on the 20th of May 1820, here the 
passengers were transported from the ship to the shores of Port Elizabeth, in surf boats. They 
were ten^wrarily located in Tent City, awaiting the Dutch farmer's ox teams and wagons to 
haul them up coimtry to their new home. 

James father, the Rev. William Boardman, was designated as head of the \^^on 
Settlers party. He named his homestead, "Beaufort Vale." Here the whole family had to work 
to build a house, clear and break up the land to plant the crops for their food; as well as fight 
the wild animals, snakes and native tribes. It was a hard and dangerous life. 

His fether not only was party leader, but minister and school teacher. The first school 
was held in the Boardman home where he received his education. 

At age 26, February 17, 1834, James Hayes Boardman married Elizabeth Dixie at 
Grahamstown, the daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Dixie, who were members of the 
Sephton's Party coming from England on the Settler Shqj "Aurora" and who established their 
home in the Salem Village. 

Elizabeth Dixie Boardman died 12 May 1850 at Burghersdorp, Cape Province, South 
Afiica. They were parents of the following boys: 



1. Philip William Boardman 



bom 1834 



2. William John Boardman 



1836 



3. Ebenezer Neville Boardman 



1838 



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4. John Henry Boardman 1 840 

5 . Judith Jane Boardman 1 842 

6. Joseph Dixie Boardman 1 844 

7. Abraham Boardman 1 848 

8. William Boardman 1 850 

On 7 January 1851, James married Jane Sophia Holder Thomas, the widow of 
Humphrey Thomas at Burghersdorp, Cape Province, South Africa. Three daughters were 
bom to James and Jane: 

1 . Jane Boardman bom 1 852 

2. Margaret Boardman 1 854 

3. Annie Boardman 1857 

Other Events: 

1832 was in business in Grahamstown 
1848 was a municipal Councillor in Burghersdorp 
1850 Owned a store in Burghersdorp 
1857 Declared insolvent in Burghersdorp 
Amount of debt due L 2896.15.8 Assets: 

Promissory Notes & 

A/cRec.L1507.15.0 
Deficiency 1389.00.8 
James Boardman of Spieon Kop in the District Albert, agriculturist, maketh oath and 
saith that the above is a tme statement to the best of his knowledge and belief of the whole 
estate and effects moveable and immoveable personal and real expectancy or contingency on 
to which he has any eventual right and of all debts due and by him to the best of his 
knowledge and belief 

Swom at Burghersdorp this sixth day of J. H. Boardman 

May 1857 Before me 
B.U. Goumaun 
J. P. Albert 

In the 1870, sections of land consisting of from 600 to 1200 morgan of 21 year land 



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leases were auctioned off at a public sale. This land in the Barkly District was mostly located 
in the Drakensberg Mountain range. 

From Burghersdorp on June 11,1 860, James Hayes Boardman submitted a letter, to 
T. H. Bowker, Government oflScial at Capetown, together with an application consisting of 
himself and 22 others, requesting their names be annexed to the previous list of applicants for 
land leases. 

My Dear Sir, 

I beg to enclose you a list of fiirmers who are applicants for ferms in berg 

which is at present vacant but formally occupied by Chief Kreli and others 

I send you this privately least we should be to late. Wishing you success in your 
Parliamentary duties. 

I remain very much in haste 
Yours truly 

J. H. Boardman 

T. H. Bowker Albert 
M.L.A. 

Cape Town 

We the undersigned fermers of the district of Albert beg that this list with our names 
submitted hereon, may be annexed to the other Usts for application of ferms in the Country 
vacant and formally occupied by the Chief Kreli and others. 

LIST OF 23 NAMES OF APPLICANTS and number of horses, cattle, oxen and 
sheep, owned. 

1886 Initiated an Enquiries Search into the Estate 
of his Grandfether,Thomas Boardman 
(1748- 1814) 

1889 22 Aug. died at Barkley East, Cape, South Africa 



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My recollection of my late Grandfether Thomas Boardman of Haddock 
Lodge, Farmer, in the Co. of Lancashire - viz. 
I saw him when on a visit to my Father The Rev'd W Boardman then 
living in Blackburn. My Grandmother was Mary Ashton of a good 
Lancashire Family, they had the foUowing femily of children viz. (1) 
Thomas who died young, tho married left no childlren (2) >Mlliam 
Boardman was married and had a femily of 4 sons and 5 daughters (vide) 

the other list. (3) Mary vviio died unmarried. (4) James who was married and had a femily. when last 
heard of was residing on a farm called Blackbrook near St. Helen's (5) Judith who was married to 
Joseph Gore. I believe also a Farmer. 

Declared before me at Barkly East this 4th March 1886. 

E.S. HAYLES 

True Copy 

W H SMITHERS J BOARDMAN 

March 1886 

Note: 

Letter written by James Hayes Boardman (1806-88) on 4th March 1888 to Mr. Fred Beck, 
32 Fountain St., Manchester, England, a solicitor. This letter was written at Barkly East, Cape, South 
Africa. 

Note: 

From papers with Mrs. Vida Seibert of Harare, Zimbabwe, daughter of James and Eveline 
Meiring Boardman, Harare, Zimbabwe. Given to me and I donated them in Nov. 1988, in her behalf^ 
to the 1820 Settlers Archives 

Dawn Brummer 
P. O. Box 343 
Chiredzi, Zimbabwe 



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James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



2 



3 



4 



L 


Born 

22 Jul 1808 


Place 

Newton, Lanes., England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

22 Auf 1889 


Place 

Barkley East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

17 Feb 1834 


Place 


Husband's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 


MRIN:311 a Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 


B Deceased 


Wife 

EUzabeth DIXIE-8 w 


r 


Born 

1815 


Place 

Newton, Lanes., England 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

12 May 1850 


Place 

Burgersdorp, Cape Province, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

M 


Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 




Born 

25 Nov 1834 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 


MRIN: 386 


Married Place 

22Au2l861 1... Africa 


Sex 

IVl 


William John BOARDMAN-8.2 




Born 

1836 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1909 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

EmmaTHOMAS-8.2 w 


MRIN: 335 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Ebenezer Neville BOARDMAN-8.3 




Born 

14 Dec 1838 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 

i 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


1 Sex 

; M 


John Henry BOARDMAN-8.4 


1 

1 

1 
1 


1 Born 

18 Nov 1840 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


; Christened 


Place 


Died 

21 Apr 1858 


Place 

Spionkop, ape. South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 




; Married 


1 Place 



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James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 
Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



: Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



5 



7 



8 



Sex 
F 


Judith Jane BOAR] 


DMAN-8.5 




Born 

5 Dec 1842 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

27 Jun 1895 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

John ROBERTS-8.5h MRIN: 394 


Married 


Place 

. . Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Joseph DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.6 




Born 

5 Dec 1844 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1847 


Place 

Burgersdorp, Cape, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Abraham BOARD] 


VIAN-8.7 


1 

1 


Bom 

23 Dec 1848 


Place 

Burgersdorp, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1849 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


William John BOARDMAN-8.8 




Born 

Abt 1850 


Place 

, Cape, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

22 Apr 1909 


Place 

Maclear, Cape, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


i Married 


Place 



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2 



3 



""^"^""^ James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 




Born 

99 Till 1 808 

Z.^ Jul i OV/O 


Place 

INwWLUlli J^dllOo., Ull^loJiU 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

zz Aug losy 


Place 

Barkley East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

7 Jan 1851 


Place 

Krugersdorp, Transvaal, , South Africa 


Husband's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 MRIN: 311 E Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Margaret HAYES -Ow a Deceased 


Wife 

Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 


! 


Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

2 Oct 1875 


Place 

Lady Grey, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name ~ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Jane Sophia BOARDMAN-8.9 


1 

i 


Born 

9 Feb 1852 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Marhed 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Margaret Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 10. 




Born 

19 Sep 1854 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

31 May 1858 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


1 Annie Maria BOA 


RDMAN-8.11. 


j 


Bom 

1 Apr 1857 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Henrv HARVEY MRIN: 385 


[ Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 



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Page 1 o1 2 



Humphry THOMAS 




Bom 

1812 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

18 Jan 1848 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

14 May 1838 


Place 

Bathurst, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 

James THOMAS 


MRIN: 382 


□ Deceased 


! Husband's mother 









Mary LESHEY 



□ Deceased 



Wife , „ u- 

Jane Sophia 


HOLDER-8w2 








Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

2 Oct 1875 


Place 

Lady Grey, , Cape Province, South Afirica 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 


□ Deceased 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex ] 
F 


Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 


i 


Born 

28 Feb 1839 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 


MRIN: 335 




Married 


Place 




Sex 
F 


Caroline Francis T. 


SOMAS-8.1 w2 




Bom 

26 Nov 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

PhiliD William BOARDMAN-8.1 


MRIN: 386 




Married 

22 Aus 1861 


Place 

, , . Africa 


Sex 
F 


EUza Jane THOMAS 


1 


Bom 

22 Apr 1844 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Charles L BEAMISH 


MRIN: 387 


i 


Married 


Place 

. , . South Africa 


Sex 
M 


James THOMAS 




Bom 

22 May 1846 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Caroline Amelia HARVEY 


MRIN: 388 




Married 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 



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Descendants of James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



1 . James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 (b.1808 d.1889) 

sp: Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w (b.1815 m.1834 d.1850) 
— 2. Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 (b.1834) 

Sp: Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 (b.1841 m.1861) 
|— 3. Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8. 1.2 (b.1862) 



sp: Greville William MALLET-8.1.2h (b.1855) 

|— 4. Greville William Harold MALLET-8. 1.2.1 (b.1886 d.1887) 

— 4. Hugh Francis Phillip MALLET-8. 1.2.2 (b.1887 d.1918) 

sp: Lilian WHAL-8.1.2.2w 

— 4. Edith Emiyntrude MALLET-8. 1.2.3 (b.1890) 

— 4. Gladys Lilian MALLET-8. 1.2.4 (b. 1 892 d. 1893) 

4. Algernon Crause Bathurst MALLET-8. 1.2.5 (b. 1 896) 
sp: Madeline Henrietta HESSELMAN-8.1.2.5w (b.1887 m.1925) 
r— 5. Elaine Frances MALLET-8 1251 {b.1926) 
sp: Madeline GORDIE-8.1.2.5w2 
^ 4. Alexandra ThelmaMALLET-8.1. 2.6 (b.1898) 
sp: Walter ALTERN-8.1.2.6h 



— 4. Dorothea Hope MALLET-8. 1.2.7 (b. 1 902) 

— 4. AshtonEslaide MALLET-8. 1.2.8 (b.1904) 

— 3. Ebenezer Cecil BOARDMAN-8. 1.3 (b.1864 d.1923) 

sp: Hester ENGLEBRECHT-8.1.3W (m.1884 d.1957) 

— 4. Philip Martin Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.1 

— 4. Gertrude Johanna BOARDMAN-8. l .3.2 

— 4. Edith Virile BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.3 

— 4. Francis Cecil Rhodes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.4 | 
' — 4. Constance Olive BOARDMAN-8.1.3.5 

— 3. Philip DIXIE BOARDMAN-8. 1.4 (b. 1 866 d. 1946) 

— 3. Edith Letitia BOARDMAN-8. 1.5 (b. 1 868 d. 1885) 

— 3. Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6 (b. 1 870 d. 1946) 

sp: yilian Gertrude DOYLE-8. 1 .6 w {b. 1 874 m. 1 898 d. 1 948) 
^ 4. Edna Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.1 (b. 1 899 d. 1 900) 
L- 4. Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.2 (b. 1 901 d. 1946) 
sp: Christina FROST-8.1.6.2w (m.1921) 
|— 5. Corinne Gertrude Crause BOARDMAN-81621 (b.1923) 
sp: Garfield THOMAS-81621h (m.1945) 
[— 6. Vivian THOMAS-81 6211 (b.1948) 
L 6. GlenTHOMAS-816212 (b.1951) 
sp: Graham ANTHONY-81621h2 (m.196S) 
! ' — 5. Ann Crause BOARDMAN-81622 

sp:Jan VanTONDER-81622h (m.1943) 
^ 6. Vicky VanTONDER-816221 (b.1968) 

— 4. Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.3 (b. 1 902 d. 1 983) 
i sp: Gwen HUNT-8.1.6.3W (m.1933) 

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- 5. Jean BOARDMAN-81632 (b.1938) 

sp: Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 

|- 6. Glen CHRISTIAN-816321 (b.1962) 

L 6. SusyCHRISTIAN-816322 {b.1966) 

- 5. Maureen BOARDMAN-81 633 (b.1940) 

Sp: Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 

- - 6. Claire NEDERLOF-816331 (b.1960) 

- 6. Michelle NEDERLOF-816332 (b.1962) 

- 6. Jeanette NEDERLOF-816333 (b.l966) 
L 6. TheoNEDERLOF-816334 {b.1967) 

- 5. Winston BOARDMAN-81 634 (b.1944) 

sp: Fran BOARDMAN-81 634w 
sp: Eve BOARDMAN-81 634w2 
4. Patrick Basil BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.4 (b. 1 904) 

sp: Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4W (m.1962) 
4. Cecil Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.5 (b.1907 cl.1981) 
sp: Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5w {m.1939 cl.1994) 

- 5. Diane BOARDMAN-81651 {b.1940) 

sp: MCKENNA-81651h 

L 6. Michael MCKENNA-81 6511 (b.1971) 

- 5. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-81 652 (b.1941) 

sp: John David DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 

p 6. Mark John DES FOUNTAIN-81 6521 (b.1968) 

L 6. Janine DES FOUNTAIN-81 6522 (b.1971) 

- 5. Anthea BOARDMAN-81 653 (b. 1933 cl.1994) 

sp: George Richard MAWSON-8l653h 

^ 6. Panr^ela Hazel MAWSON-81 6531 (b.1968) 

- 6. Angela Anthea MA WSON-81 6532 (b.1970) 
L 6. Susan MAWSON-816533 (b.1972) 

- 5. John BOARDMAN-81 654 (b.1945) 

Sp: Priscilla Jane SCAWTHON-81654w^ (b.1942) 
L 6. Sarah Elf a SCAWTHON-8 16541 (b.1979) 
4. Grace Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.6 (b.1908 d.1973) 
sp: James Quinton Dashwood DE LACY-8. 1 .6.6h (b. 1 899 d. 1 945) 

- 5. Colleen Dashwood DELACY-81 661 (b.1938) 

sp: Ian SUMMERSON-81661h {b.1932 m.1964) 
r 6. Evan SUMMERSON-816611 {b.1968) 
6. Christine SUMMERSON-81 661 2 {b.1975) 

- 5. Denise Dashwood DE LACY-81 662 (b.1940) 

sp: Robin DAV!S-81662h (b.1938) 

- 6. Anthony DAVIS-81 6621 (b.1961) 
L 6. Quinton DAVIS-81 6622 (b.1963) 

4. Corinne Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.7 (b.1909 d.1933) 
sp: Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h (b.1913 m.1935 d.1962) 

- 5. Robert BADEN-POWELL-81671 (b.1936) 

sp: Patience BATTY-81671w 

- 5. Michael David BADEN-POWELL-81672 (b.1941) 

sp: Joan BERRYMAN-81672w 

L 6. David BADEN-POWELL-816721 (b.1971) 

- 6. Alexander BADEN-POWELL-816722 (b.1973) 
L 6. Miles BADEN-POWELL-81 6723 (b.1975) 

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5. Wendy BADEN-POWELL-81673 (b.1944) 

— 4. Myrtle CrauseBOARDMAN-8. 1.6.8 (b.1912) 

sp: Norman MCCRANN-8.1.6.8h (m.1940) 
p- 5. Prudence MCCRANN-81 681 (b.1944) 
sp: Cameron SMITH-81681h 

— 6. Laglan SMITH-816811 

— 6. AlaistairSMITH-816812 
^ 6. Pippa SMITH-816813 

— 5. Carol MCCRANN-81682 (b.1944) 

sp: William PYNE-81682h 
p 6. Enn PYNE-816821 
L 6. Bryanna PYNE-816822 
L 5. Ten-anceMCCRANN-81683 (b.1948) 
sp: Wilma MCCRANN-81683h 
|— 6. Julian MCCRANN-816831 

— 6. Douglas MCCRANN-816832 

L- 6. Emily MCCRANN-81 6833 (b.1985) 

— 4. Edward Crause80ARDMAN-8. 1.6.9 (b.1914 d.1915) 
3. William Thomas BOARDMAN-8.1.7 (b.1871 d.1929) 

sp: Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8.1.7 w {b.1882 m.1909 d.1929) 

— 4. Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.1 (d. 1 972) 

sp: Winifred Lucie BAKER-8. 1 .7. 1 w (d. 1 981 ) 
[— 5. Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 

sp: Carol HODGKINSON-81711w 

L- 6. Neil BOARDMAN-81711 1 

L— 6. Ian BOARDMAN-817112 

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— 5. PatrickBOARDMAN-81712 {b.1945) 

sp: Mavis CARR-81 71 2w (b.1947) 

^ 6. TyroneBOARDMAN-817121 (b.1974) 

— 4. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.2 (b.1913 d.1977) 

sp: Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8. 1 .7.2w (b. 1 920 m. 1 939) 
^ 5. David William BOARDMAN-81 721 (b.1941) 
sp: MotokoseTAKEBAYASHI-81721w/ (b.1948) 
^ 6. Leslie Montaro BOARDMAN-81 721 1 (b.1977) 
6. KentTaroBOARDMAN-817212 (b.1979) 

— 5. Louise BOARDMAN-81 722 (b.1943) 

Sp: Leonard Michael BANDS-81722h (b.1940) 

— 6. Jonathan William BANDS-817221 (b.1967) 

— 6. Mark Edvirard BANDS-817222 (b.1970) 

i 6. Chnstopher James BANDS-8 17223 (b.1972) 

— 5. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81723 (b.1947) 

sp: Mary Ann LARSEN-81723 w (b.1952 m.1974) 
t— 6. KirstenLeeBOARDMAN-817231 (b.1976) 

— 6. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 7232 (b.1977) 
5. Thomas Andrew BOARDMAN-81 724 (b.1949) 

sp: Sheila Elizabeth BROOKS-81724w (b.1952 m.1973) 
|— 6. Sarah Catherine BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1975) 
i— 6. Amanda Caroline BOARDMAN-817242 (b.1977) 
L- 6. James Simon BOARDMAN-817243 (b.1983) 

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— 4. Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8.1.7.3 (b.1918 d.1989) 

sp: Glona Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w (b.1920 m.1946) 
p 5. Heather Ashton BOARDMAN-81731 (b.i947) 

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- 6. Marc Rdward SEAGAR-817311 (b.1974) 

- 6. Lauren AnneSEAGAR-817312 (b.1976) 
5. Lynette BOARDMAN-81732 (b.1949) 

sp: Charles Prre Francois MARAIS-81732h {b.1950 m.1978) 
6. Lisa Ann M AR AlS-8 1 732 1 (b. 1 979) 
6. Graeme Charles MARAIS-8 17322 (b.1982) 
5. Douglas John BOARDMAN-81733 (b.1954 d.1969) 
^ 5. Stephen BOARDMAN-81734 (b.1956) 

sp: Pamela Ann FRONEMAN-81724 w (b.1960 m.1988) 

- 6. Claire BOARDMAN-817241 (b.1985) 

6. Richard Stephen BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1988) 
3. Lillian Maud BOARDMAN-8. 1 .8 (b. 1 873) 
3. Emma Caroline Louisa BOARDMAN-8. 1 .9 (b.1875) 

sp: Charles Thomas EKRON-8. 1 .9h (m. 1 905) 
3. Holbrook Ashton BOARDMAN-8. 1.10 (b.1877 d.1929) 
3. James BOARDMAN-8. 1.11. (b. 1 879 d. 1 967) 
sp: Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.11.W (b.1888 m.1907 d.1972) 
- 4. Auriel BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 (b. 1 908 d. 1965) 
sp: Hyman Joseph H0FFMAN-8.1.11.1h 
- 5. Colin Merton HOFFMAN-8. 1.11. 1.1 (b.1940) 
sp: Rosalind HILSON-8. 1.1 1.1 1w 

- 6. David HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 11 

- 6. Michael HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 12 
5. John HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1. 2 (b.1944) 

sp: Rowan ROENlSH-8.1.1 1.12w 

- 6. Frederick HOFFMAN-81. 11.1 21 

- 6. Freda HOFFMAN-81. 11. 122 
^ 5. Dallah HOFFMAN-81. 11. 1.2 (b.1947) 

4. Elsa BOARDMAN-81. 11. 2 (b. 1 909 d. 1952) 
sp: James FLOCKHART-81.1 1.2h {b.1892 m.1939 d.1954) 
5. JuneFLOCKHART-81.11.2.1 (b.1963) 
sp: Stewart Alexander ROSS-81.11.21h (b.1940 m.1963) 
6. Stewart James ROSS-81. 11.211 (b.1965) 

- 6. Sheryllyn May ROSS-81.11.212 {b.1966) 
6. Irene Jane ROSS-81. 11. 213 (b.1968) 
6. David Alexander ROSS-81. 11. 214 (b.1969) 

5. Auriel FLOCKHART-81 . 1 1 .22 (b. 1 943) 
sp: Rodney Osborne DAWKlNS-81.11.22h (b. 1 938 m. 1964) 
j- 6. Leanne Patricia DAWKlNS-81.1 1.221 (b.l966) 
6. Richard Paul DAWKINS-8 1.1 1.222 (b.1969) 
4. Neville BOARDMAN-8 1.11.3 (b. 1 91 1 d. 1 992) 
sp: Phyllis KING-8 1.11. 3w (m.1940) 

5. Peter Neville BOARDMAN-81. 11. 31 (b.1941) 
sp: Sheila Reneira ROBERTSON-81.11.31w (b.1922 m.1947) 
6. Shirley Anne BOARDMAN-8 1 . 1 1 .3 1 1 (b. 1 950) 
sp: GeoHrey WEATHERHEAD-81.11.311h (b.1940 m.1975) 

- 7. Dusty Lee WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3111 {b.1977) 

- 7. RhynWEATHERHEAD-81. 11.3112 (b.1980) 

- 7. Krystal WEATHERHEAD-81 . 1 1 .31 1 3 (b. 1 985) 
6. David Neville BOARDMAN-81. 11.312 (b.1983) 

sp: Connie CHINSEN-81.11.312w 

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sp: Janet Dawn PURDY-81.11.312w (m.1988) 
4. Pearl BOARDMAN-81.1 1.4 (b.1914) 
sp: Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81 .1 1 .4h {b.1921 ) 
5. Peter Vemon HALLUMS-81. 11. 41 (b.1951) 
sp: Gillian Alice THORNHILL-81.1 1.41 (m.1984) 
>— 6. Lisa HALLUMS-81. 11.411 
4. Vida BOARDMAN-81.1 1.5 (b.1919) 
sp: Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81.1 1.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 
5. Peter Robin de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.51 (b.1947) 
sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.11.51w (m.1969) 
I \— 6. Sharron Louisede Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.511 (b.1970) 

sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81.11.51w2 (b.1950 m.1973) 
6. Timony-Leede Vols SIEBERT-81.1 1.512 (b.1977) 
6. Robin James de Vois SIEBERT-81.1 1.513 (b.1978) 
6. Sarah Annede Vois SIEBERT-81.1 1.514 (b.1981) 
5. Vernon Marcus de Vos SiEBERT-81.1 1.52 (b.1948) 
sp: Jennifer de Vos SlEBERT-81.11.52w 
^ 5. Sandra Louisede Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.53 (b.1951) 
4. Esme BOAROMAN-81.11.6 (b.1922) 
sp: Hendrik Johannes NAUDE-81.11.6h 
4. Idris Peter James BOARDMAN-81.1 1.7 (b.1931) 
sp: Eleen May MURING-81.11.w2 (m.1907) 
3. Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8.1.12. (b.1881 d.1902) 
3. Caroline Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8.1.13. (b.1883) 
sp: Mary Augusta B0ARDMAN-8.1w (b.1837 m.1857 d.1858) 

— 3. JamesBOARDMAN-8.1.1 (b. 1 858 d. 1879) 
- 2. William John BOARDMAN-8.2 (b.1836 d.1909) 

sp: Emma THOMAS-8.2 w (b. 1 839) 

3. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8.2. 1 {b.1860) 
sp: George Albert Ernest HARVEY-8.2.1h 

— 3. Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 (b.1861 d.1901) 
Sp: Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w (m.1887) 
\— 4. Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 

sp: Peter O CONNOR-8.2.2.1h 
— 5. Evelyn Mary O'CONNOR-8221 1 (b.1912) 
sp: John CURRIE-82211h 

6. Rosemary Kathleen Carliese CURRIE-822111 (b.1941) 
sp: BRYANT-822111h 
I— 7. Nicola BRYANT-8221 1 1 1 (b.1966) 
sp: Gerthew MATHEW-8221 1h2 

^ 6. Christopher Gerthew Porter MATHEW-8221 12 {b.1949) 
sp: Denise MANNING-822112w 
5. Thomas Peter O'CONNOR-8221 2 {b.1915) 

sp: Annie ROBERTS-82212w {m.1944) 
5. Ethel Nora Elizabeth O'CONNOR-82213 (b.1917) 
sp: Walter PROVOST-82213h {m.1940) 

— 6. Marion Nora PROVOST-822131 {b.1941 d.1984) 
sp: Howard DRURY-8221 31 h (m. 1 975) 
^ 7. Caroline Rose DRURY-8221 311 {b.1977) 

— 6. Irene Grace PROVOST.8221 32 {b.1943) 
sp: Alan Thornhill FlSHER-822132h 
|— 7. Wayne Thornhill FISHER-8221 321 (b.1963) 

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I ^ 7. GlenThomhill FISHER-8221322 (b.1965) 
sp: Peter LAUBSCHANGE-82213h2 (b.1941 m.1964 d.1984) 
[- 6. Desiree Ann LAUBSCHANGE-822133 (b.1964) 
L 6. Chariene Dawn LAUBSCHANGE-822134 (b.1968) 
L 5. Muriel Mane Stella O'CONNOR-82214 (b.1919 d.1940) 

j sp: William FIELDS-82214h 

j L 6. Child FIELDS-822141 (b.1940) 

r 4. Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 

i sp: Johanna Adnanna VAN ROYN-8.2.2.2w 

I r 5. Sheila BOARDMAN-82221 

I sp: WINEARLS-82221h 

- 6. Christopher WINEARLS-82221 1 

- - 6. Harold WINEARLS-822212 
L 6. William Wl NE ARLS-8222 1 3 

L 5. Dudley BOARDMAN-82222 

- 4. William Hayes BOARDMAN^.2.2.3 

sp: Hester Helena DU TOIT-8.2.2.3w (b.1903 m.1926) 
r 5. Frances Rosina BOARDMAN-82231 (b.1929) 
sp: Douglas SHARP-82231h (b.1910 m.1968) 
L 5. Aletta Louise BOARDMAN-82232 (b.1933) 
sp: Frans KRUGER-82232h (b.1979 m.1954) 
h 6. Hester Helena KRUGER-822321 (b.1957) 
sp: W.J. BADENHURST-822321h (m.198) 

- 7. Aletta BADENHURST-82232 11 (b. 1 984} 

L 7. Willem Johannes BADENHURST-8223212 (b.1986) 

- 6. Martha Louisa KRUGER-822322 (b.1958) 

sp: Vivian DU TOIT-822322h (b. 1 950 m. 1 977) 

- 7. Hendre DU TOIT-8223221 (b.1978) 

- 7. Loulette DU TOIT-8223222 (b.1980) 
L 7. Frans DU TOIT-8223223 (b.1984) 

L 6. Frances Hazel KRUGER-8223223 {b.1967) 

sp: Martinus Johannes VAN ZYL-822323h (m.1986) 

- 4. Ivy Muriel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 

I sp: Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h (m,1926) 

^ 5. Son KINSLEY-8224 1 (b. 1 928 d. 1 928) 
sp: Frederick Conroy KEOWN-8.2.2.4h2 

- 4. Duncan Humphrey BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 (b.1897) 

sp: Joyce CHADWICK-8,2.2.5w 

- 4. Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8.2.2.6 
3. John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 (b.1863) 

sp: Emily Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3w (m.1894 d.1899) 
3. William Isaiah BOARDMAN-8.2.4 {b.1865) 
3. James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 (b.1866) 

sp: Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w (b.1870 m.1890) 

- 4. Frederick William BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 1 

- 4. Walter BOARDMAN-8.2.5.2 (b. 1 892 d. 1892) 

- 4. OLIVER Francis BOARDMAN-8.2.5.3 

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'- 4. Alice Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.5.4 (b.1884) 

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I sp: William James KEOWN-825.13.h (m.l921) 
|- 5. Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 (b.1924) 

sp: Robin DIMMOCK-82541h (b.1923 m.1948) 
j '\- 6. Robin Charles DIMMOCK-82541 1 (b.1971) 

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sp: Neithleigh BROPHY-82541 1 (m.1971) 

— 7. Cailim DIMMOCK-8254111 (b.1971) 

— 7. AlyssaDIMMOCK-8254112 (b.1977) 
sp: Rayanne Rutherford SMITH-82541 1w2 (m.1982) 

— 6. Helen Christine DIMMOCK-82541 2 {b.1950) 
sp: Onelia Taverna TURISAN-82541 2h (b.1949) 

— 6. Margaret Mary DIMMOCK-82541 3 (b.1952) 
sp: Gary Duncan HAMILTON maior-825413h {b.1952) 
\— 7. SarahHAMILTON-8254131 (b.1983) 

7. Duncan Graham HAMILTON-8254132 (b.1985) 

— 6. William Robert DIMMOCK-82541 4 (b.1954) 
5. Mary Frances KEOWN-82542 (b. 1 932 d. 1 984) 

sp: John George DE BRUIN-82432h (b.1932) 

— 6. John George I DE BRUIN-825421 (b.1956) 
sp: Pamela HYDE-82542lw 
\— 7. Candice Alice DE BRUIN-825421 1 
'— 7. Devon DE BRUIN-825421 2 

sp: Pierre Grantley SMlTH-82542h2 (m.1964) 

— 6. Leigh Alice SMITH-825422 (b.1966) 

— 6. Shaun Wilfred SMITH-825423 (b.1968) 
4. Cecil Willoby BOARDMAN-8.2.5.5 
4. Mabel Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 

Sp: DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h 
sp: John BLYTHE-8256h2 
4. James French BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 
sp: Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 

— 5. Yvonne BOARDMAN-82571 
sp: JohnTORIEN-82571h 

— 5. Daphne BOARDMAN-82572 
sp: LAMPRECHT-82572h 
^ 6. Wendy LEMPRECHT-825721 
^ 6. Son LEMPRECHT-825722 

— 5. Valerie BOARDMAN-82573 
sp: NEETHLING-82573h 

— 5. Jean Dell BOARDMAN-82574 
sp: John Dell BOARDMAN-82574h (b.1936 m.1968) 

— 6. Jennifer BOARDMAN-825741 {b.1969) 

— 6. Victoria BOARDMAN-825742 (b.1971) 
1— 6. Pamela BOARDMAN-825743 (b.1973) I- 

— 5. Dinah BOARDMAN-82575 

— 4. Clarence Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.5.8 
sp; Doris SMITH-8.2.5.8h 

r- 5. Clarice May BOARDMAN-82581 {b.1934} 

sp: Hunter Charles BRADFIELD-82581h (b.1929 m.1952) 
j [— 6. Elena Lynne BRADFIELD-825811 (b.1953) 

sp: PRlNGLE-825811h 
6. Cheryl Dawn BRADFlELD-825812 (b.1957) 

— 5. Newton Trevor BOARDMAN-82582 {b.1935) 

sp: Shirley May HOWARD-82582w (b.1942 m.1959) 
1— 6. Marcelle May BOARDMAN-825821 (b.1961) 
j — 6. Gerald Wayne BOARDMAN-825822 (b.1963) 
I — 6. Jennifer Anne BOARDMAN-825823 (b.1965) 

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I 6. Tracy Lee BOARDMAN-825824 (b.1972) 

5. Denis Clyde BOARDMAN-82583 (b.1939) 
sp: Jean Ann MACKINTOTH-82583w (b.1941 m.1963) 

- 6. Cathy Ann BOARDMAN-82583 1 (b.1963) 

- 6. Julie Lynn© BOARDMAN-825832 {b.1967) 

- 6. Richard John BOARDMAN-825833 (b.1973) 
6. Ctint Gregory BOARDMAtM-825834 (b.1976) 

- 4. Ronald Sennet BOARDMAN-8.2.5.9 

- 4. Hildred Czarina BOARDMAN-8.2.5.10. (b.1906 d.1984) 

sp: Robert Brockley CROWDER-8.2.5.10.h 

- 5. Molly Amy CROWDER-825.10.1 (b.1927) 

sp: William GOWER-825.10.1h 

- 6. Trevor William GOWER-825.1 0.1.1 

- 6, Graham Robert GOWER-825.10.1.2 

- 6. Brian Lester GOWER-825.1 0.1. 3 
L 5. Raymond Peter CROWDER-825.10.2 

sp: Shirley Ann MONROE-825.10.2w 

- 6. Peter Robin CROWOER-825. 10.21 

- 6. Andrew Raymond CROWDER-825. 1 0.22 
L 6. Jennifer Ann CROWDER-825. 10.23 

- 4. Marjorie Maud BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 1 1 . 

sp: Stephen MURRAY-825.1 1h 

- 5. Thora Frances MURRAY-825.1 1.1 (b.1925) 

sp: Johannes Hercules VILJOEN-825.1 1.1 h (b.1921 m.1945) 
sp: MUNDELL-825.11.1h2 

- 6. Vivian Jean MUNDELL-825. 11.1.1 (b.1949) 

sp: Joseph COETZEE-825.1 1.1.1 
sp: VAN RENSBURG-825. 11.1.1 
sp: Desmond JENSON-825.1 1.1.1 (m.1985) 

- 6. Lilien Frances MUNDELL-825.11.1.2 (b.1956) 

I sp: Derek Hugh PAXTON-825. 1 1 . 1 .2 (b. 1 953 m. 1 979) 

! [— 7. Rozanne Lee PAXTON-825. 11.1.? (b.1980) 

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! - 7. Brian Wilfred Barlow PAXTON-825- 1 1 . 1 .? (b. 1 982) 

L 7. Shannon Frances PAXTON-825. 11.1.? (b. 1986) 
L 6. Rene Lee MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.3 (b.1958) 

sp: Andrew Arthur SMITHEN-825.1 1.1.3 (b.1952 m.1981) 
L 7. Son SMlTHEN-825.11.1.? 

- 5. Hillary MURRAY-825.1 1.2 

sp: FOURIE-825.11.2h 

L 6. Karen FOURIE-825.1 1.2.1 

- 6. Michelle FOURiE-825.1 1.2.2 
sp: MURRELL-825.11.2h2 

L 6. Deborah MURRELL-825.1 1 .2.3 
sp: Sam VOS-825.11.h2 
L 5. JamesVOS-825.11.3 

sp: Susan BRISSON-825.1 1.3w 

- 6. Kevin VOS-825.1 1.3.1 

- 6. Jennifer VOS-825. 1 1 .3.2 
L 6. Deidre VOS-825.1 1.3.3 

L 5. Lorraine VOS-825. 1 1 .4 
- 4. Doreen Emily BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 12. 
sp: Hugh M0SS-825.12.h 

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I — 5. Geoffrey MOSS-825. 12.1 
i — 5. Joan MOSS-825.12.2 

sp: Brian DOYLE-825.12.2H 

— 5. Rhona MOSS-825. 12.3 

sp: Noel JOHNSON-825.12.3H 
1— 5. Colleen MOSS-825. 12.4 

— 4. Frances Olive BOARDMAN-8.2.5.13. 

sp: William James KEOWN-825.13.h 

— 5. Anne Irene KEOWN-825.13.1 

sp: Charles ANDERSON-825.13.1h 

— 6. Sharon ANDERSON-825.13.1.1 (b.1964) 

sp: Nichols CHAPMAN-825.13.1.? 

— 6. Kim ANDERSON-825.13.1.2 (b.1965) 

— 6. Graham ANDERSON-825.13.1.3 (b.1968) 
i 6. BryanANDERSON-825.13.1.4(b.1972) 
I— 4. Ediar Raleigh BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 

sp: Jane BABLE-825.14.w 

— 5. James BOARDMAN-825.14.1 

— 5. Kenneth BOARDMAN-825.14.2 
[— 5. Cyril BOARDMAN-825. 14.3 
|— 5. Claude BOARDMAN-825. 14.4 

sp: Aletha Magdalena LAUBSON-825.14.w2 
3. Margaret Augusta BOARDMAN-8.2.6 (b.1869) 
3. William Charles 80ARDMAN-8.2.7 (b.1871 d.1936) 
sp: Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w (b. 1 878 m. 1 899 d. 1 953) 

— 4. Georgina William BOARDMAN-8.2.7.1 (b. 1 900 d. 1980) 

sp: George GREEN-8.2.7.1h (d.1922) 
\— 5. Bona Beryl GREEN-8271 1 (b.1924 d.1968) 
sp: Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 

— 6. ORTEL-827111 

— 6. ORTEL-827112 
L- 6. ORTEL-827113 

sp: Hendrik Ryne REYNEKE-8.2.7.1h2 (b.1905 m.1928) 
[— 5. Norman REYNEKE-82712 (b.1929) 
sp: Joey SMITH-827 1 2w (b. 1 934) 
I— 6. Norman Hugh flEYNEKE-827121 (b.1957) 
I— 6. WilnaREYNEKE-827122 (b.1959) 

sp: Calvin PITTAWAY-827122h (b.1956 m.1980) 

^ 7. UezlPITTAWAY-8271221 (b.1981) 

1— 7. Lorimer Ivan PITTA WAY-827 1222 (b.1984) 

— 5. Denise REYNEKE-82713 (b.1933) 

sp: Frikkie BOTHA-82713h (b.1930 m.1956) 

— 6. Estelle BOTHA-827131 {b.1958) 

sp: Daniel Nicholas POTGIETER-827131 h (b.1954) 
— 7. Daniel Nicholas I POTGIETER-827131 1 (b.1985) 
7. LeandePOTGiETER-8271312 (b.1991) 
L- 6. Colin BOTHA-827132 (b.1962) 

sp: Riana SMALKWYK-827132w (b.1964 m.1986) 
I— 7. Jaco BOTHA-827132 1 (b.1988) 
1— 7. Zander BOTHA-8271 322 {b.1991) 
— 4. Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 (b. 1 901 d. 1980) 
sp: Magdalene V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2w (b.1902) 

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- 5. Earl Philip BOARDMAN-82721 (b.1932) 

sp: Norma Isabel PEARSALL-82721w (b.1935 m.1929) 

- 6. Charlene Ann BOARDMAN-82721 1 (b. 1 956) 

sp: Louis Mark VANDER MERWE-827211h (b.1955) 

- 7. Louis Mark I VANDER MERWE-82721 1 1 (b.1980) 
L 7. Andre Neil VANDER MERWE-82721 12 (b.1982) 

- 6. Lauren Norma BOARDMAN-82721 2 (b.1959) 

sp: Michael ALARIC-827212h (b.1957) 
^ 7. Megan ALARIC-8272121 (b.1985) 
6. Syndie Lou BOARDMAN-8272 13 (b. 1 963) 
sp: Glen David WILLIAMS-827213h (b.1956) 

i 

- 7. NikkieLou WlLLIAMS-8272131 (b.1980) 

7. Karmen Dominque WILLIAMS-8272132 (b.1985) 

- 5. David Bernard BOARDMAN-82722 (b.1935) 

sp: Jean LOXTON-82722w (b. 1 940) 

r 6. Sean BOARDMAN-827221 (b.1960) 

- 6. Shelley Ann BOARDMAN-827222 (b.1961) 
L 6. Rory BOARDMAN-827223 (b.1962) 

- 5. William Charles BOARDMAN-82723 (b.1940) 

sp; Lynette Nancy STANLEY-82723w 

- 6. Deon BOARDMAN-827231 (b.1968) 

- 6. Wayne BOARDM AN-827232 (b. 1 97 1 ) 
sp: Lynn LAHNER-82723w2 

4. Violet Cory BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 (b. 1 903 d. 1 983) 
sp: Johann Adam Christoffel REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h (b.1906) 

- 5. Stella RAUBENHEINER-82731 (b.1930) 

sp: Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-8273lh (b.l918 m.l96l) 

- 6. Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 (b.1 952) 

sp: Johanna Magdalena Francina DE BRUYN-82731 1 w (b.1956 m.l976) 

- 7. Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731 1 1 (b.1 979) 

- 7. AmelDU TOIT-82731 12 (b.1980) 

L 7. Francois DU TOIT-82731 13 (b.1984) 
r 6. Pierre DUTOIT-827312 (b.1956) 

sp: Antoinette PIENAAR-827312w (b.1 958 m.1980) 

- 7. Stel-Marie DUTOIT-827312 1 (b.1983) 

- 7. Yohanine DU TOIT-82731 22 (b.1986) 
L 7. Nelandie DU TOIT-82731 23 (b. 1 988) 

- 6. Estelle DU TOIT-827313 (b.1968) 

r 5. Anna Maria Alida RAUBENHEINER-82732 (b.1 933) 

I sp: Hendrik Wiilem Nicholas ALBERTS-82732h (b.1 931 m.1953) 

r 6. Amanda Rene ALBERTS-827321 (b.1958) 

p 6. Hendrik Wiilem ALBERTS-827322 (b.1 962) 

^ 6. Ansulet ALBERTS-827323 (b.1968) 

- 5. Shirley RAUBENHEINER-82733 (b.1935) 

sp: Keith HILL-82733h (b.1935 m.1960) 

- 6. Kevin Patrick HILL-827331 (b.1 960) 

sp: Linda KR!TZINGER-827331w (b.1960 m.1986) 

- 6. Kenneth John HI LL-827332 (b. 1 962) 

sp: Karen OBECHOLZER-827332w (b.1 964 m.1986) 

- 7. Christine HILL-8273321 
L 7. Christopher HILL-8273322 

L 6. Merle Sharon HILL-827333 (b.1 966) 

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— 5. Linda RAUBENHEINER-82734 (b.1937) 

sp: Francis DENKEMA-82734h (b.1937 m.1937) 

|— 6. Jacobus Francois DENKEMA-827341 (b.1967) 

— 6. Raubenheimer DENKEMA-827342 (b.1970) 

— 6. Maryna DENKEMA-827343 (b.1974) 

— 5. Ignatuis van Wyk RAUBENHEINER-82735 (b.1939) 

sp: Hermine Louis LE ROUX-82735 (b.1941 m.1965) 
^ 6. Juilette RAUBENHEIMER-827351 (b.1968) 

— 6. Johann Adam RAUBENHElMER-827352 (b.1970) 

— 6. Viola-Marie RAUBENHEiMER-827353 {b.1974) 

— 5. Twin RAUBENHEINER-82736 

— 4. Carrington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 (b. 1 905 d. 1970} 

sp: Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w (b.1908 m.1928 d.1990) 
\— 5. Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 (b.1928) 

sp: Harold LAUGHTON-82741 h (b.1933 m.1966) 

[— 6. Carrington Roger LAUGHTON-827411 (b.1972) 

^ 6. Belinda Marjorie LAUGHTON-82741 2 (b.1973) 
'— 5. Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 (b.1931) 

sp: Albert Edward WILLI AMS-82742h (b.1930) 

|— 6. Jennifer Anne WILLIAMS-827421 (b.1957) 
sp: WADE-82742 1 h (b. 1 985) 

— 6. Wendy Jane WILLIAMS-827422 (b.1961) 

sp: Bruce PlTT-827422h (m. 1 980) 

7. Buster William PlTT-8274221 (b.1983) 
l— 7. Westwood Jay PITT-8274222 (b.1985) 
^ 6. Heather Lee WILLIAMS-827423 (b.1964) 

sp: Derek John BOYD-827423h {b. 1 952 m. 1 983) 
^ 7. Derek John Milner BOYD-8274231 (b.1985) 

— 4. Irene Pearl BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 (b.1908 d.1959) 

sp: Jornsen Stephen JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h (d.1959) 

— 5. Brian JOUBERT.82751 

sp: Vanessa PALELO-82751w 
p 6. Calvin JOUBERT-82751 1 

— 6. Michelle JOUBERT-82751 2 

— 6. Yvette JOUBERT-82751 3 
^ 6. Baron JOUBERT-82751 4 

— 5. Desmond Jourisen JOUBERT-82752 

— 4. Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 (b.1913) 

sp: Jan Albert VAN NIEKERK-8.2.7.6h (b.1906 d.1970) 
1— 5. Sheila VAN NIEKERK-82761 (b.1935) 

sp: Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761h (b.1933 m.1955 d.1978) 

— 6. Jacobus Albert MALHERBE-82761 1 (b.1956) 

sp: LisaNEL-827611w (m.1981) 

— 7. Harriet MALHERBE-82761 1 1 (b.1982) 

7. Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761 12 (b.1985) 

— 6. Olga Margret MALHERBE-82761 2 (b.1957) 

sp: Johannes Hermanus Eugene JOUBERT-8276l2h {b.l955 m.l983) 
I— 7. Dominique JOUBERT-82761 21 (b.1983) 
I— 7. Cherise JOUBERT-82761 22 (b.1985) 
6. Sheilagh MALHERBE-82761 3 (b. 1 965 d. 1987) 
sp: Pieter Johannes Herman BIRK-827613h (m.1984) 

— 5. William Olan VAN NIEKERK-82762 (b.1939) 

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sp: Anna NEL-82762w (b.1 941 m.1 959) 

- 6. William Olan I VAN NIEKERK-827621 (b.1961) 

sp: Amelia BEZUIDENHOUDT-827621w (b.1 965 m.984) 
L 7. Chantel VAN NIEKERK-827621 1 (b.1 98) 

- 6. Maureen VAN NIEKERK-827622 (b.1964) 

- 6. Olga VAN NIEKERK-827623 (b.1969) 

i L 6. Mary-Ann VAN NIEKERK-827624 (b.1971) 

L 5. Jan Albert I VAN NIEKERK-82763 (b.1952) 

sp: Elize KRAUNAUW-82763w (b. 1 950 m. 1 977) 

- 4. Hope BOARDMAN-8.2.7.7 (b.1911) 
3. Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 (b. 1 873) 

sp: Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w (b.1 880) 

- 4. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8. 1 (b.1 900) 

sp: Maggie VAN WYK-8.2.8.lw 
r 5. Alfred BOARDMAN-8281 1 
^ 5. Joseph BOARDMAN-8281 2 
sp: Lena VAN ROOYEE-82812w2 

- 5. Anna Johanna Sussana BOARDMAN-8281 3 (b.1939) 

sp: Martinus Johannes LAAS-8281 3h (m. 1 955) 

- 6. Elsie Magdalena LAAS-8281 31 
I - 6. Henry Johannes LAAS-8281 32 

- 6. Elana LAAS-8281 33 
L 6. Karin LAAS-8281 34 

- 5. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-82814 (b.1944) 

sp: Annie THIART-82814w (m.1964) 

- 6. Gharmaine BOARDMAN-8281 41 
\- 6. Ulanda BOARDMAN-8281 42 

sp: Elaine Hughes VAN DER BERG-82814w2 (m.1982) 

- 5. Thomas Richard BOARDMAN-8281 5 

sp: Joy MOSSOP-8281 5w (m. 1 97 1 ) 
[- 6. Janine BOARDMAN-8281 51 

- 6. Wayne BOARDMAN-8281 52 

- 6. Lizelle BOARDMAN-8281 53 
L 6. Karin BOARDMAN-8281 54 

- 5. Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 6 (b.1950) 

sp: Claire GANNON-82816w 

- 6. Rosemary BOARDMAN-8281 61 
I- 6. Jo-Anne BOARDMAN-8281 62 
sp: Jenny BOARDMAN-8281 6w2 

- 5. Deon Martin BOARDMAN-8281 7 (b.1952) 

sp: Leone ZEELIE-82817w (b.1958 m.1976) 

- 6. Bridgette BOARDMAN-8281 71 (b.1978) 

- 6. Deon Martin I BOARDMAN-8281 72 (b.1 983) 
sp: Sara BOTHA-82817w2 

5. Philip Johannes BOARDMAN-8281 8 (b.1960) 
sp: Marna Renet CROSS-82818w (b.1963 m.1982) 

- 6. Marinza Raunette BOARDMAN-828181 (b.1983) 
L 6. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-828182 (b.1985) 

- 4. Milticent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 (b.i90l d.1982) 
sp: Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h (b.1896 m.1920 d.1937) 
L 5. Alfred Thomas FRITZ-82821 (b. 1 922 d. 1954) 

I sp: Hester DU PLESSIS-82821w (b.1931 m.1942) 



— 6. Stanley FRITZ-8282 11 (b.1944) 

sp: Nan FRITZ-82821 1w (m.1967) 
I— 7. Alfred FRITZ-82821 11 (b.1968) 
^ 7. Johan FRITZ-82821 12 (b.1973) 
sp: Gloria Carol TURNER-82821 1w2 (b.1944) 
sp: Esme BRYANT-82821w2 (b.1923) 

— 6. Johan Thomas FRITZ-8282 12 {b.1950) 

— 6. Allen FRITZ-82821 3 (b.1952) 
6. Cheryl FRITZ-8282 14 (b.1954) 

5. Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 {b.1923) 
sp: Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h {b.1920 m,1944 d.1976) 

— 6. Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 (b.1945) 

sp: Pierre BRUMMER-828221h (b.1939 m.19€6) 
I— 7. GrantBRUMMER-8282211 (b.1971) 
L- 7. Meggan BRUMMER-8282212 (b.1973) 

— 6. Shirley DIXON-828222 {b.1948) 

sp: Fredrick A. BROOKS-828222h (b.1946 m.1975) 
\— 7. Mark Frederick BROOKS-8282221 (b.1978) 
L- 7. Natalie Suzanne BROOKS-8282222 (b.1981) 

— 6. Wallace Walter DIXON-828223 (b.1951) 

sp: Denese Alice HERlTAGE-828223w (b.1947 m.1973) 

— 7. Amanda DIXON-8282231 (b.1974) 

— 7. Warren Ward DlXON-8282232 (b.1976) 
L- 7. Lee-Ann DIXON-8282233 (b.1981) 

— 6. Audrey Muriel DIXON-828224 (b.1955) 

sp: Neville Trevor INTRONA-828224h (b.1955 m.1977) 

— 7. Tanen Catherine lNTRONA-8282241 (b.1979) 

— 7. Nadine Sharon INTRONA-8282242 (b.1982) 

I— 7. Christine Bemanette INTRONA-8282243 (b.1985) 
5. Millicent Etresia FRITZ-82823 (b. 1 925) 
sp: Jan Albertus PRETORIUS-82823h (b.1915 d.1948) 

— 6. Noel Alien PRETORIUS-828231 (b.1945) 

sp: Cherryl Carol SEITZ-828231w (b.1950 m.1970) 
7. Duane PRETORIUS-828231 1 (b.1978) 
sp: George Raleigh OCHSE-828223h2 (b.1929 m.1951) 

— 6. Colleen Etresia OCHSE-828232 (b.1952) 

sp: Sean Kevin WALSH-828232h (b.1929 m.1972) 
|— 7. Tracey WALSH-8282321 (b.1977) 
I— 7. Shannon WALSH-8282322 (b.1981) 

— 6. Sheila Ethel OCHSE-828233 (b.1954) 

sp: Ivan James METELERKAMP-828233h (b. 1 948 m. 1 974) 

— 7. Darren METELERKAMP-8282331 {b.1975) 

— 7. Ursula METELERKAMP-8282332 (b.1976) 
^ 7. Robyn METELERKAMP-828333 {b.1982) 

^ 6. Clive Anthony OCHSE-828234 (b.1965) 
5. Roelf FRITZ-82824 (b.1928) 
sp: Peggy Beatrice RAW-82824w {b.1928 m.1952) 

— 6. Beryl Elizabeth FRITZ-828241 (b.1952) 

sp: Robert Peter EVANS-828241h (b.1951 m.1975) 

— 7. Clair Lisa EVANS-828241 1 (b.1976) 

— 7. Gareth Craig EVANS-828241 2 (b.1979) 

1— 7. Bronwynne Leigh EVANS-828241 3 (b.1982) 



1— 6. Kenneth FRITZ-828242 (b.1956) 

- 6. Deborah Ann FRITZ-828243 (b.1965) 

sp: Graham Complan CARRUTHERS-828243h 

- 7. Mister James CARRUTHERS-8282431 (b. 1 989) 
L 7. Megan CARRUTHERS-8282432 (b.1991) 

L 6. Brian Allan FRIT2-828244 (b.1966) 

- 5. Frederick John FRiTZ-82825 (b.1930) 

sp: Jeanette Kathleen STOREY-82825w (m. 1 951) 

- 6. Linda FRITZ-82825 1 

- 5. Sybil FRIT2-82826 (b.1934) 

sp: Siebert UYS-82826h {b.1928 m.195i d.1983) 

- 6. Carol Lugene UYS-828261 (b.1952) 

sp: Lou(S Matthys STEYN-828261h (b.1950 m.1972) 

- 7. Elton Louis STEYN-828261 1 (b.1973) 
L 7 . Sacha Sybil STE YN-82826 12 (b. 1 977) 

L 6. John Derek UYS-828262 (b.1954) 

sp: Brenda Dawn BIJL-828262w (b.1962 m.1981) 

- 7. Bridget Anna UYS-8282621 {b.1981) 

^ 7. ALLISON Chantal UYS-8282622 (b.1985) 

- 5. Ivy Doreen FRITZ-82827 (b.1936) 

sp: Tielman ROOS-82827h (b.1930 m.1955) 

- 6. Yolande ROOS-828271 {b.1955) 

sp: Nico OLWAGEN-828271h (b.1944 m.1975) 

- 7. Nico Jr. OLWAGEN-828271 1 (b.1976) 
L 7. Karin OLWAGEN-828271 2 (b.1979) 

- 6, Deidre ROOS-828272 (b.1958 d.1958) 

- 6. Beverley ROOS-828273 (b.1962) 

sp: Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h {b.1958 m.1985) 
L 7. Amanda DU PLESSIS-8282731 (b.1987) 

- 6. Lydia ROOS-828274 (b.1972) 

sp: Andries ("Chaka") WILLEMSE (b.1968 m.1993) 
4. Iris Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.8.3 (b. 1 903) 
sp: Harry Cameron BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h {b.1900 m.1924 d.1957) 

- 5. Herbert Cameron Francis BOUCHER-82831 (b.1924) 

- 5. Irene Etrecia BOUCHER-82832 (b.1929) 

- 5. Vivienne Patricia BOUCHER-82833 (b.1934) 

- 5. Vatlery Winnie BOUCHER-82834 (b.1937) 

- 5. Ernest Vivienne BOUCHER-82835 (b. 1 939 d. 1 984) 

- 5. Doreen BOUCHER-82836 (b.1944) 

4. William Frances BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 (b.1 907 d.1 986) 
sp: Anna Susanna FR1TZ-8.2.8.4W (b.1909 m.1931 d.1986) 

- 5. Alfred Francis BOARDMAN-82841 (b.1932) 

sp: Elizabeth Margaret THOMPSON-82841W {b.1938 m.1959) 

r 6. Dean BOARDMAN-82841 1 {b.1960) 

sp: Tracy ARMlTAGE-82841 1 W (b.1 965 m. 1 983) 
L 7. Nicola Che BOARDMAN-82841 11 (b.1 984) 

- 6. Tyrone BOARDMAN-828412 (b.1962) 

sp: Sharon AYERS-828412W (m.1987) 

- 6. Craig BOARDMAN-82841 3 (b.1964) 

- 6. Janine Francis BOARDMAN-82841 4 (b.1969) 

- 5. Stella BOARDMAN-82842 

- 5. Roelf BOARDMAN-82843 

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— 5. Dorothy Etrecia BOARDMAN-82844 (b.1939) 

sp: Cornelius VAN ROOYEN-82844H (b. 1 935 m. 1 957) 
p 6. Anita Elizabeth VAN ROOYEN-828441 (b.1958) 

— 6. Aletta VAN ROOYEN-828442 (b.1959) 

L 6. Roolf PetnJS.VANROOYEN-828443 (b.1962) 

— 5. iris Irene BOARD MAN-82845 (b.1942) 

sp: David Frederick BARKHUISEN-82845 (b.1938 m.1959) 
I— 6. Ingrid Anita BARKHUlSEN-828451 (b.1961) 

— 6. Rene BARKHUISEN-828452 {b.1962) 

— 6. Antoinette BARKHUISEN-828453 (b.1966) 

— 5. Clifford Harold BOARDMAN-82846 (b.1950) 

sp: Petronella Kristina VAN NICKERK-82846w (b.1954 m.1973) 

— 6. Annamarie BOARDMAN-82B461 (b.1975) 

— 6. Carine BOARDMAN-828462 (b.1977) 

— 6. IVlaretha BOARDMAN-828463 (b.1977) 

1— 6. William Francis BOARDMAN-828464 (b.1983) 
^ 5. Vernon Clive BOARDMAN-82847 (b.1952) 

— 4. Ada Johanna BOARDMAN-8.2.8.5 (b.1911) 

sp: John Hill WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h (b.1911 d.1975) 
^ 5. Kenneth Noel WOTHERSPOON-82851 (b. 1 935 d. 1980) 
3. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 (b. 1 873 d. 1 941 ) 
Sp: Michelle ivlaria CORY-8.2.9 w (b.1881 d.1964) 

— 4. Gwendoline Mildred BOARDMAN-8.2.9. 1 (b.191) 

sp: Francois Petms (Fannie) NELL-8.2.9.1h {b.1908) 
' — 5. Tammy Boardman NELL-8291 1 
sp: FANNIE-82911W 

6. Francois NELL-8291 1 1 
sp: Elizabeth DU TOIT-8291 1 1w 

— 6. Pierre NELL-829112 

I r- 5. Clarence NELL-8291 2 {b.1942) 

sp: Ina LOFTERING-82912w (b.1946 m.1968) 
^ 6. Kevin NELL-8291 21 (b.1969) 



^ 6. Theresa Leandra NELL-8291 22 (b.1971) 
L 5. Valerie NELL-8291 3 (b.1950) 

sp: Ernest Charles FINAUGHTY-82913h (b.1946 m.1971) 
— 4. William George BOARDMAN-8.2.9.2 (b.1914) 

sp: Maria Magdalena MAYHEW-8.2.9.2w (b.1921 m.1939) 
[— 5. Lewellyn Wilfred Mayhew BOARDMAN-82921 (b.1940) 
sp: Maurine SQUIRE-82921w (b.1941 m.1963) 
p 6. Melanie BOARDMAN-82921 1 (b.1964) 

sp: Steven CAPAZORlO-82921 1h (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 6. Duncan David 80ARDMAN-8292 12 (b.1966) 
6. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-82921 3 (b.1973) 

— 5. William James Mayhew BOARDMAN-82922 (b.1942) 

sp: Elizabeth Christina ROTHMAN-82922w (b.1946 m.1969) 
^ 6. Elizabeth Christina BOARDMAN-829221 (b.1971) 
\-- 6. William James BOARDMAN-829222 (b.1973) 
^ 6. Susanna Wilhelmina BOARDMAN-829223 (b.1977) 

— 5. June Elaine BOARDMAN-82923 (b.1943) 

sp: Gert Jacobus KRUGER-82923h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 6. Johannes KRUGER-829231 (b.1965) 

— 6. Maria Magdalena KRUGER-829232 (b.1966) 



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|- 6. Leon KRUGER-829233 (b.1969) 
^ 6. Miana KRUGER-829234 (b.1977) 

- 5. Neville George BOARDMAN-82924 (b.1947) 

sp: Elsie Rachel DELANGE-82924w (b.1956 m.1974) 

- 6. AnneLize BOARDMAN-829241 (b.1955) 

- 6. Elaine BOARDMAN-829242 {b.1977) 

L 6. Neville George 1 BOARDMAN-829243 (b.1984) 
L 5. Renee Cory BOARDMAN-82925 (b.1948) 

sp: Daniel Johannes ROTHMAN-82925h (b.l947 m.l968) 
\- 6. Carel Francois ROTHMAN-829251 (b.1968) 

- 6. William George ROTHMAN-829252 (b.1970) 
L 6. Daniel Johannes ROTHMAN-829253 (b.1974) 

- 4. Joy Daphne BOARDMAN-8.2.9.3 (b.l916) 

sp: Gordon MOLE-8.2.9.3h 

- 5. Rosalie MOLE-82931 

- 4. Thora BOARDMAN-8.2.9.4 (b.1918 (3.1992) 

sp: Ghristophel Liebenberg BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h (b.1914) 
h 5. Lorraine BISCHOFF-82941 (b.1944) 
t- 5. LoLita BISCHOFF-82942 (b.1946) 

- 5. John BISCHOFF-82943 (b.1952) 
L 5. Henry BISCHOFF-82944 (b.1958) 

- 4. Valentine Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 (b.1920} 

sp: Marie ERAMUS-8.2.9.5W (m.1948) 

I- 5. Guy BOARDMAN-82951 (b.1952) 

sp: Elsa VERMEULEN-82951W {m.1982) 
\- 6. Gerald BOARDMAN-82951 1 (b.1983) 
L 6. Irmarie BOARDMAN-82951 2 (b.1985) 

sp: Irma DINKLEMANN-8295w2 (b.1923 m.1966) 

- 4. Donald Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9.6 (b.1922 d.1961) 

sp: Judith Susara MOOLMAN-8.2.9.6w (b. 1 928 m. 1 948) 
^ 5. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-82961 (b.1949) 

sp: Emmerentia Frederika OTTO-82961w (b.1953 m.1972) 

- 6. Cheldi Celeste BOARDMAN-82961 1 (b.1975) 

- 6. AneldaPhiline BOARDMAN-82961 2 (b.1977) 
6. Renate BOARDMAN-82961 3 (b.1980) 

- 5. Judith Denise BOARDMAN-82962 (b.1950) 

sp: Leopold PFOSER-82962h (b. 1 948 m. 1 981 ) 

- 6. Nikko Maximilltan PFOSER-829621 (b.1981) 
6. Cudain Maria PFOSER-829622 (b.1985) 

- 5. Leonie Daphne BOARDMAN-82963 {b. 1 953 d. 1 954) 

- 4. Olive Thelma BOARDMAN-8.2.9.7 (b.1924) 

sp: George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h (b.1912 d.1981) 
h 5. Neil ERIKSEN-82971 (b.1944) 
^ 5. Fonnie ERIKSEN-82972 (b.1946) 

- 5. Vernon ERIKSEN-82973 (b.1949) 

- 5. Gail ERIKSEN-82974 (b.1950) 

- 4. Cynthia May BOARDMAN-8.2.9.8 (b.1927) 

sp: Jurie GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 
[■ 5. Andre GROENEWALD-82981 
|- 5. Dawn GROENEWALD-82982 
5. Sharon GROENEWALD-82983 
3. Sybil Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.10. (b.1878) 

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sp: Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 

1— 4. Phyllis HAYES-8.2.1 0.1 
! — 4. Ins HAYES-8.2.1 0.2 

I — 4. Vera HAYES-8.2.1 0.3 

' — 4. Gordon HAYES-8.2.1 0.4 

I L 4 Eric HAYES-8.2.1 0.5 

i— 2. Ebenezer Neville BOARDMAN-8.3 (b.1838) 

— 2. John Henry BOARDMAN-8.4 (b. 1 840 d. 1858) 

— 2. Judith Jane BOARDMAN-8.5 (b. 1 842 d. 1895) 

Sp: John ROBERTS-8.5h (d.1883) 
I— 3. Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 

sp: Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 {b.1861 m.1887 d.1901) 
i i— 4. Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 " Printed on Page 5 ** 

I I — 4, Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 *' Printed on Page 6 " 

1 

i I — 4, William Hayes BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 " Printed on Page 6 ** 

— 4. Ivy Munel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 *' Printed on Page 6 ** 

— 4. Duncan Humphrey BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 (b. 1897) '* Printed on Page 6 " 

— 4. Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8.2.2.6 " Printed on Page 6 ** 

— 3. John Henry ROBERTS-8.5.2 (b.1866) 

sp: Eliza DORMEHL-8.5.2W {m.1895) 

— 3. Duncan James ROBERTS-8.5.3 

— 3. Florence ROBERTS-8.5.4 

— 3. Emily Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3w (d.1899) 

sp: John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 (b.1863 m.1894) 
3. Clement Richard ROBERTS-8.5.6 

— 2. Joseph DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.6 (b.1844 d.1847) 

— 2. Abraham BOARDMAN-8.7 (b. 1 848 d. 1849) 

— 2. William John BOARDMAN-8.8 (b. 1 850 d. 1909) 
sp: Jane Sophia H0LDER-8w2 (m.1851 d.1875) 

|— 2. Jane Sophia BOARDMAN-8.9 {b.1852) 

— 2. Margaret Hayes BOARDMAN-8.10. (b. 1 854 d. 1858) 
^ 2. Annie Maria BOARDMAN-8.11. (b.1857) 

sp: Henry HARVEY (b.1855) 



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Husband 



Humphry THOMAS 



Wife 



Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



5 Sex 
F 



Elizabeth Letitia T 


HOMAS 


Bom 

7 May 1848 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Richard ROBERTS 


MRIN: 389 


Married 


Place 



. South Africa 



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Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 



1 



8 Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 



2 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



B : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield,Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 -- 311 
P : Lathom,Ormskirk,Lancaster,England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst,Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



1 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



B:22 Jul 1808 

P : Newton,Lancs.,England 

M: 17 Feb 1834 - 334 

P: 

D:22 Aug 1889 

I 

IP : Barkley East,Cape Province,South Africa 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



(Spouse of no. i) 



3 'Margaret HAYES-Ow 



4 Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 



B : 17 Apr 1746 
P: 

M: 10 Apr 1768 -- 324 
P : Winwick,„England 
B: 18 Feb 1814 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



5 I Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 



C:Oct 1742 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 
B: 12 Aug 1816 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



C:Oct 1772 
P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington.L.England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst„Cape/Good Hope,South Africa 



B: 
P: 

D: 
P: 



B:7 0ct 1721 

P : Haydock„Lancaster,England 

M: 25 Sep 1743 - 323 

P: 

B: 

P : ,Winwick,Lancaster,England 



9 Judith ORFORD-03.4 w 



C:5Feb 1716 

P : Warrington„Lancaster,England 

B:22 Nov 1749 

P : Winwick„Lancaster,England 



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11 



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P: 
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253 



ID# 8.1 



PHILIP WILLIAM BOARDMAN 



Philip William Boardman was bom November 25, 1 834 at Grahamstown, Cape 
Province, South Africa, he was the first of eight children bom to Elizabeth Dixie and James 
Hayes Boardman; the grandson of the Rev. William Boardman. 

On June 30, 1857, Philq) married his cousin, Mary Augusta Boardman at Middleburg, 
Cape by the Rev. W. Murray. They he'd one son, James, who was bom March 27, 1 858 at 
Middleburg. Augusta died the following year, April 24, 1858 at Middleburg. Their only son 
James, was killed in a wagon accident near Dordrecht, Gape on Dec. 8, 1879. 

Caroline Frances Thomas, the daughter of widow Jane Sophia Thomas (Philip's step 
mother) married Philq) William Boardman on August 22, 1861 at Spionkop, District Albert, 
Cape. 

They were the parents of twelve children (five girls and seven boys): 



Jane Sophia Holder Boardman 


3 Aug 


1862 at 


Burgersdorp, 


Cape 


Ebenezer Cecil Boardman 


12 Oct 


1864 


Spionkop 


Cape 


Philip Dixie Boardman 


15 Jul 


1866 


Spionkop 


Cape 


Edith Letitia Boardman 


13 Aug 


1868 


Holbrook 


Cape 


Clement Ham. Crause Boardman 


27 Apr 


1870 


Lady Grey 


Cape 


William Thomas Boardman 


28 Oct 


1871 


Holbrook 


Cape 


Lillian Maud Boardman 


7 Aug 


1873 


Lady Grey 


Cape 


Emma Caroline L. Boardman 


31 Jul 


1875 


Holbrook 


Cape 


Holbrook Ashton Boardman 


8 Aug 


1877 


Holbrook 


Cape 


James Boardman 


15 Oct 


1879 


Holbrook 


Cape 


Neville Garfield H. Boardman 


8 Dec 


1881 


Barkly East 


Cape 


Caroline Elizabeth Boardman 


8 Jan 


1883 


Barkly East 


Cape 



Philip was listed on his son's birth certificate as a fermer, but was Barkly East first 
Mayor and served for three different terms: 

1881 - 1884; 1897 - 1898; 1901 - 1902 
He also established the N. E. Area District Barkly East Farmers Society. 



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On June 17, 1905 a Barkly Public Meeting was held and a committee was appointed 
to draw up a Testimonial Document in behalf of the long and faithful services rendered by 
Philip William Boardman, to the community and district. The Committee was also delegated 
to solicit a purse of subscribed fiiends and neighbors and remit to hkn. 

This 14" X 18" Document was illuminated by the Argus Professional Company in 
Capetown. 

The Text of that Document: 
P. W. BOARDMAN ESQ. J. P. 

Christian's Rhue, O.R,C. 

Dear Sir, 

We the committee duly ^pointed at a public meeting of Barkly East and the District, 
held on the 1 7th day of June, 1 905, desire to convey to you, the hearty and sincere thanks of 
the whole community for the numerous public duties and services rendered by you for many 
years past, more particularly during your oflSce as Chairman of the Village Board, then on 
many occasions as Mayor, as a member of the Divisional Council of Barkly East, and in many 
other capacities. 

As one of the oldest residents and pioneers of this district you carry with you the 
highest esteem, respect and appreciation of the general public, and ourselves individually. We 
regret indeed that circumstances should have caused you to seek a home in the O.R. Colony; 
however, we trust that it vsdll bring Mrs. Boardman, yourself^ and femily, happiness and 
prosperity. As a small token of the high esteem in which you and your femily are held, we 
have pleasure in handing you the acconpanying purse, subscribed to by your many friends and 
well wishers, and 

we remain 

Very feithful! yours, 



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In a June 27, 1905 letter to his son James: "Have you seen in the B. E. Reporter that 
my Barkly Friends are getting up a purse and an address in recognition of my past services 
to both Town and District, I have received some of the amount raised and the balance is to 
come with the address. It was a most kindly assistance to us, at this time and I have spent 
nearly all in paying for improvements and repairs to the house and necessaries for the ferm, 
and intend to devote all for that purpose, as I am leaving all my income derived from rents to 
accumulate up to the end of the year, in order to assist dear old Phil, to improve his share of 
the farm He is deserving of every consideration and support." 

As a feithfiil member of the Church, in April of 1 902, Philip was chosen as a delegate 
to the June Synod to be held in July and August. With his wife Caroline, they made this trip 
into a holiday for both of them 

From Holbrook to Barkly to Christian's Rhue where he reiterates his inability to 
financially assist all of his children, when they most needed it. At age 71 years he writes: 

"I regret my inability to assist him in any way, a foUy I have to thank myself for and 
want of forsight." 

"I must confess and deeply regret to say my vsiiole past life has been a continual series 
of mistakes, but the greatest one of all was my settling in Barkly and leaving Holbrook, which 
is only equaled by the extreme folly of coming to live here (Christian's Rhue, O R C), as our 
present mode of life is out of keeping with the former one, and our surroundings are at a 
complete variance to \^iiat we have been accustomed to, both in climate and living conditions, 
and both your mother and I put up with some privations, which step was solely done with a 
view to help Phil and Hollie, as we could live cheaper and spare more from our limited 
income to help them, than we could have done by living in Barkly, and my only regret is that 
our self abregation and the sacrifice we have made does not seem to be fiilly appreciated, but 
is looked upon as a matter in which we have no particular interest. When I and mother sit 
down to our breakfast of mealie porridge and milk and our dinner of potatoes and pumpkin 



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and a piece of pork, or bully beef occassionally. "Beef or mutton is out of it". We have seen 
little since our advent here and neither are procurable in this ruined part of O.R.C. (Boer War) 
I cannot but feel the want of more nourishing food and like the Israelites of old, hanker after 
the flesh pots of Egypt. But we have an abundance of milk, butter, eggs to make up, and are 
now being more or less accustomed to the mode of life which is shared by all our neighbors, 
who have been conpletely ruined by the war." 

Philip and Caroline's three sons, Phil, Hollie, and Neville were casualties of the Boer 
War. Neville died, Phil and Hollie were handicapped with poor health the remainder of their 
life. 

After 58 years of marriage and at the age of 78, Caroline Francis Thomas Boardman, 
second wife of Philip WJliam Boardman, died on July 19, 1919. 

The daughters now assumed the responsibility of taking care of their aged father. In 
December of 1919, the youngest daughter Pearl (Caroline Elizabeth) took her father to Will's 
farm, at Bayonne, near Hathely Station. The other daughter, Maud, mentions in a letter that 
they were taking their fether from Bloemfontein to Will's farm. They were letting the house 
for 3 1/2 months, anticipating their father would be staying with Will for at least that length 
of time. While here on the farm, Philip writes, "As for my future depends on the girls 
movements, as I have to depend on what they decide." 

Now at the age of 87 years, the Pioneer Farmer, the First Mayor of Barkly, the 
District Organizer and Supervisor, the Father of 13 Children, died at Spionkop, District 
Albert, Cape, South Africa, August 3, 1921. 



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3 



4 



Husband phihp William BO ARDM AN- 8.1 ' 




Born 

Zj INOV LOJH 


Place 

orajiomsiown, , i...ape rrovince, ooum rvrnca 


i 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


t 


Married 

22 Aug 1861 


Place 

, , , Africa 


1 

1 


Husband's father 

James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 


MRIN: 334 


1x1 Deceased 




Husband's motfier 

Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 




a Deceased 


Wif( 


' Caroline Francis THOMAS-8. 1 w2 




Born 

26 Nov 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Humphry THOMAS 


MRIN: 383 


1x1 Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 




a Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
r 


Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8. 1.2 




Born 

3 Aug 1862 


Place 

Burgersdorp, Natal, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 

Greville William MALLET-8.1.2h 


MRIN: 391 






Married 


Place 

, Barklv East, Cape Province, South Africa 






! Sex 

1 IVl 


Ebenezer Cecil BOARDMAN-8. 1.3 


i 

! 
1 


Bom 

12 Oct 1864 


Place 

Spionkop, Cape, South Africa 


! 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

18 Oct 1923 


Place 

Salisbury, , So. Rhodesia 


j 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Hester ENGLEBRECHT-8. 1 .3w 


MRIN: 392 






Married 

Oct 1884 


Place 

Enkeldon, , Rhodesia, Africa 


Sex 
M 


PhiUp DDOE BOARDMAN-8. 1.4 




Born 

15 Jul 1866 


Place 

Spionkop. Cape, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

29 Oct 1946 


Place 

Bulawayo, , Rhodesia 




Buried 


Place 

Bulawayo Cemeter, , Rhodesia 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Edith Letitia BOARDMAN-8. 1.5 




i Bom 

1 13 Aug 1868 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




i Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 5 Nov 1885 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 


i 

i 


Married 


Place 



Family Group Record - 386 



5 



6 



7 



8 



Husband p^^^.^ William BOARDMAN-8. 1 


Wife 

CaroUne Francis THOMAS-8. 1 w2 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6 




Bom 

27 Apr 1870 


Place 

Lady Grey, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

11 Mav 1946 


Place 

Germiston, Cape, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8.1.6 w 


MRIN: 


390 


! 


Married 

Jul 1898 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, Africa 


Sexj 

M i 


William Thomas BOARDMAN-8. 1.7 




Born 

28 Oct 1871 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province. South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1929 


Place 

Bayonne,, nr. Callinan, Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Louisa Catherine BOSHOfT-8.1.7 w 


MRIN: 


393 




Married 

7 Aua 1909 


Place 

Pretoria, Transvaal, , South Africa 1 


Sex 
F 


LilHan Maud BOARDMAN-8. 1.8 




Born 

7 Aug 1873 


Place 

Lady Grey, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 


i 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Emma Caroline Louisa BOARDMAN-8. 1.9 




Born 

31 Jul 1875 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Charles Thomas EKRON-8.1.9h 


MRIN 


397 




Married 

24 Apr 1905 


Pi3C6 

, , Cape Province. South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Holbrook Ashton BOARDMAN-8. 1.10 




Born 

1 8 Aug 1877 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




j Christened 

i 


Place 




Died 

1 Aug 1929 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 


1 


Married 


Place 


1 Sex 
M 


James BOARDMAN-8 .1.11. 




Born 

15 Oct 1879 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 


i 
1 


Died 

22 Sep 1967 


Place 

Salisbury (Harar, Rhodesia (Zimbab, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 




1 Spouse 

Eveleen Mav MEIRING-8. 1 . 1 1 . w 


MRIN 


249 




! Married 

1 26 Dec 1907 


1 Place 

, Bulawavo, Rhodesia. Africa 



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Page 3 of 3 



Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 
Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



11 



12 



Sex 
M 


Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8.1. 12. 




Born 

8 Dec 1881 


Place 

, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 Mar 1902 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Caroline Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8.1. 13. 




Bom 

8 Jan 1883 


Place 

, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Wif 

1 


a 

Mary Augusta BOARDMAN-8.1 w 


! 


Born 

16 Apr 1837 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

24 Apr 1858 


Place 

Middleburg, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

William John BOARDMAN-9 MRIN: 327 S Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

1 M 


James BOARDMAN-8.1.1 




Bom 

27 Mar 1858 


Place 

Middleburg, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

8 Dec 1879 


Place 

Dordrecht, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



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Philip William Boardman 
I.D. # 8. 1 




Philip Dixie Boa-rdman 
I. D. # 8.1.4 




JAMJES HAYES BOARDMAN 
I.D. # 8. 





•William Thomas Boardman 
I, D. # 8.1.7 



Ca-roline E. (Pearl) Boardman 
I. D. # 8. 1 . 13'. 



Barkly Cemetery 






,C.H. C-rause Boardman 
I. D. # 8.1.6 Stadsklerk 
Barkly 1st Water Scheme 
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Descendants of Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 

01 Jul 1997 



1. Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 (b.1834) 

sp: Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 (b.1841 m.1861) 

i— 2. Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8.1. 2 (b.1862) 
sp: Greville William MALLET-8.1.2h (b.1855) 
p- 3. Greville William Harold MALLET-8. 1 .2. 1 (b. 1 886 d. 1 887) 

— 3. Hugh Francis Phillip MALLET-8. 1 .2.2 (b. 1 887 d. 1 91 8) 

sp: Lilian WHAL-8.1.2.2w 

— 3. Edith Ermyntrude MALLET-8. 1.2.3 (b.1890) 
^— 3. Gladys Lilian MALLET-8. 1 .2.4 (b. 1 892 d. 1 893) 

j— 3. Algernon Crause Bathurst MALLET-8. 1.2.5 (b.1896) 

sp: Madeline Henrietta HESSELMAN-8.1.2.5w (b.1887 m.1925) 
— 4. Elaine Frances MALLET-81251 (b.1926) 
sp: Madeline GORDIE-8.1.2.5w2 
K 3. Alexandra Thelma MALLET-8. 1.2.6 (b.1898) 
i sp: Walter ALTERN-8.1.2.6h 

3. Dorothea Hope MALLET-8. 1.2.7 (b. 1 902) 
3. Ashton Eslaide MALLET-8. 1.2.8 (b.1904) 

— 2. Ebenezer Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1. 3 (b.1864 d.1923) 

sp: Hester ENGLEBRECHT-8.1.3w (m.1884 d.1957) 

— 3. Philip Martin Hayes BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.1 

— 3. Gertrude Johanna BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.2 

— 3. Edith Virile BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.3 

— 3. Francis Cecil Rhodes BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.4 
' — 3. Constance Olive BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.5 

— 2. Philip DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.1. 4 (b.1 866 d. 1946) 

— 2. Edith Letitia BOARDMAN-8. 1 .5 (b. 1 868 d. 1 885) 

— 2. Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6 (b. 1 870 d. 1946) 

sp: Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8. 1 .6 w (b. 1 874 m. 1 898 d. 1 948) 

— 3. Edna Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.1 (b.1 899 d.1900) 

— 3. Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.2 (b.1901 d.1946) 

sp: Christina FROST-8.1.6.2w (m.1921) 

! — 4. Corinne Gertrude Crause BOARDMAN-8 1621 (b.1 923) 
; sp: Garfield THOMAS-81 621 h (m.1945) 

^ 5. Vivian THOMAS-816211 (b.1948) 
I — 5. Glen THOMAS-81 621 2 (b.1951) 

sp: Graham ANTHONY-81621h2 (m.1965) 
L 4. Ann Crause BOARDMAN-81 622 

sp: Jan VanTONDER-81622h (m.1943) 

^ 5. Vicky Van TONDER-816221 (b.1968) 

— 3. Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.3 (b. 1 902 d. 1983) 
I sp: Gwen HUNT-8.1.6.3W (m.1933) 

j |— 4. Clifford Hamilton BOARDMAN-81 631 (b.1 934 d. 1974) 
I sp: Jean ROBINSON-81 631 w 

\— 5. Peter BOARDMAN-81 6311 
— 5. Victor BOARDMAN-816312 
sp: Glenys KITCHING-81631w2 
■ 5. Richard BOARDMAN-81 631 3 

I — 5. Bridget BOARDMAN-81 631 4 

! I — 4. Jean BOARDMAN-81 632 (b.1938) 

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01 Jul 1997 Page 2 

sp: Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 
}— 5. Glen CHRISTIAN-816321 (b.1962) 
^ 5. Susy CHRISTIAN-816322 (b.1966) 
4. Maureen BOARDMAN-81633 (b.1940) 
sp: Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 

5. Claire NEDERLOF-816331 (b.1960) 
5. Michelle NEDERLOF-816332 (b.1962) 
5. Jeanette NEDERLOF-816333 (b.1 966) 
5. TheoNEDERLOF-816334 (b.1967) 
^ 4. Winston BOARDMAN-81 634 (b.1 944) 
sp: Fran BOARDMAN-81 634w 
sp: Eve BOARDMAN-81634w2 
3. Patrick Basil BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.4 (b. 1 904) 

sp: Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4w (m.1962) 
3. Cecil Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.5 (b.1907 d.1981) 
sp: Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5w (m.1939 d.1994) 

— 4. Diane BOARDMAN-81 651 (b.1940) 
sp: MCKENNA-81651h 

5. Michael MCKENNA-816511 (b.1971) 

— 4. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-81 652 (b.1 941) 
sp: John David DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 
\— 5. Mark John DES FOUNTAIN-81 6521 (b.1968) 
^ 5. Janine DES FOUNTAIN-81 6522 (b. 1 971 ) 

— 4. Anthea BOARDMAN-81 653 (b.1 933 d.1 994) 
sp: George Richard MAWSON-81653h 

5. Pamela Hazel MAWSON-8 1 653 1 (b.1 968) 
5. Angela Anthea MAWSON-816532 (b.1970) 
5. Susan MAWSON-81 6533 (b.1972) 
^ 4. John BOARDMAN-81 654 (b.1945) 

sp: Priscilla Jane SCAWTHON-81654w (b.1 942) 
^ 5. Sarah ElfaSCAWTHON-81 6541 (b.1979) 
3. Grace Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.6 (b.1908 d.1973) 
sp: James Quinton Dashwood DE LAC Y-8. 1 .6.6h (b. 1 899 d. 1 945) 
'r- 4. Colleen Dashwood DE LACY-81 661 (b.1 938) 
I sp: Ian SUMMERSON-81661h (b.1 932 m. 1964) 

— 5. Evan SUMMERSON-816611 (b.1968) 

— 5. Christine SUMMERSON-81 661 2 (b.1975) 
^ 4. Denise Dashwood DE LACY-81 662 (b.1940) 

sp: Robin DAVIS-81662h (b.1938) 

— 5. Anthony DA VIS-8 16621 (b.1 961) 

— 5. Quinton DAVIS-81 6622 (b.1 963) 

3. Corinne Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.7 (b. 1 909 d. 1 933) 
sp: Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h (b.1913 m.1935 d.1962) 

— 4. Robert BADEN-POWELL-81 671 (b.1936) 
sp: Patience BATTY-81671w 

— 4. Michael David BADEN-POWELL-81 672 (b.1941) 
sp: Joan BERRYMAN-81672w 

— 5. David BADEN-POWELL-816721 (b.1971) 

— 5. Alexander BADEN-POWELL-81 6722 (b.1973) 



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'— 5. Miles BADEN-POWELL-816723 (b.1975) 
^ 4. Wendy BADEN-POWELL-81673 (b.1944) 
3. Myrtle Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.8 (b. 1912) 
sp: Norman MCCRANN-8.1.6.8h (m.1940) 
— 4. Prudence MCCRANN-81 681 (b.1944) 
sp: Cameron SMITH-81681h 
5. Laglan SMITH-816811 
5. AlaistairSMITH-816812 
5. PippaSMITH-816813 
'\— 4. Carol MCCRANN-81 682 (b.1944) 
sp: William PYNE-81682h 

— 5. Erin PYNE-816821 

— 5. BryannaPYNE-816822 
4. Terrance MCCRANN-81 683 (b.1948) 

sp: Wilma MCCRANN-81 683h 

— 5. Julian MCCRANN-816831 
5. Douglas MCCRANN-81 6832 
5. Emily MCCRANN-81 6833 (b.1985) 

3. Edward Crause BQARDMAN-8. 1.6.9 (b.1914 d.1915) 
\— 2. William Thomas BOARDMAN-8. 1.7 (b.1871 d.1929) 

sp: Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8. 1 .7 w (b. 1 882 m. 1 909 d. 1 929) 
— 3. Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.1 (d.1972) 
sp: Winifred Lucie BAKER-8.1.7.1w (d.1981) 
4. Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 
sp: Carol HODGKINSON-81711w 

— 5. Neil BOARDMAN-81711 1 
^ 5. Ian BOARDMAN-81711 2 

4. Patrick BO ARDM AN-8 1 7 1 2 (b. 1 945) 
sp: Mavis CARR-81 71 2w (b. 1 947) 
L- S.Tyrone BOARDMAN-8 171 21 (b.1974) 
3. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8.1.7.2 (b.1913 d.1977) 
sp: Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8.1.7.2w (b.1920 m.1939) 
4. David William BOARDMAN-81721 (b.1941) 
sp: MotokoseTAKEBAYASHI-81721w (b.1948) 

5. Leslie Montaro BOARDMAN-81721 1 (b.1977) 
5. KentTaro BOARDMAN-81721 2 (b.1979) 
4. Louise BOARDMAN-81 722 (b.1943) 
sp: Leonard Michael BANDS-81722h (b.1940) 

j— 5. Jonathan William BANDS-81 7221 (b.1967) 

I 

p 5. Mark Edward BANDS-81 7222 (b.1970) 

— 5. Christopher James BANDS-81 7223 (b.1972) 
4. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 (b.1947) 

sp: Mary Ann LARSEN-81723 w (b.1952 m.1974) 
|— 5. Kirsten Lee BOARDMAN-81 7231 (b.1976) 
5. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 7232 (b.1977) 
4. Thomas Andrew BOARDMAN-81 724 (b.1949) 
sp: Sheila Elizabeth BROOKS-81724w (b.1952 m.1973) 

— 5. Sarah Catherine BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1975) 

— 5. Amanda Caroline BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1977) 



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5. James Simon BOARDMAN-81 7243 (b. 1 983) 
^ 3. Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.3 (b.1918 d.1989) 
sp: Gloria Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w (b.1920 m.1946) 
4. Heather Ashton BOARDMAN-81 731 (b.1947) 
sp: Anthony Edward Dixon SEAGAR-81731h (b.1947 m.1972) 
h- 5. Marc Rdward SEAGAR-81731 1 (b.1974) 
' — 5. Lauren Anne SEAGAR (b.1976) 

— 4. Lynette BOARDMAN-81 732 (b.1949) 
sp: Charles Prre Francois MARAIS-81732h (b.1950 m.1978) 

— 5. Lisa Ann MARAIS-817321 (b.1979) 

— 5. Graeme Charles MARAIS-81 7322 (b.1982) 
4. Douglas John BOARDMAN-81733 (b.1954 d.1969) 

— 4. Stephen BOARDMAN-81 734 (b.1956) 

sp: Pamela Ann FRONEMAN-81724 w (b.1960 m.1988) 

— 5. Claire BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1985) 

— 5. Richard Stephen BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1988) 
2. Lillian Maud BOARDMAN-8. 1 .8 (b. 1 873) 

2. Emma Caroline Louisa BOARDMAN-8.1 .9 (b.1875) 

sp: Charles Thomas EKRON-8.1.9h (m.1905) 
2. Holbrook Ashton BOARDMAN-8.1. 10 {b.1877 d.1929) 
2. JamesBOARDMAN-8.1.11. (b. 1 879 d. 1967) 
sp: Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.11.W (b. 1 888 m. 1907 d. 1972) 
\— 3. Auriel BOARDMAN-8.1. 11.1 (b.1908 d.1965) 
sp: Hyman Joseph H0FFMAN-8.1.11.1h 
|— 4. Colin Merton HOFFMAN-8.1.11.1.1 (b.1940) 
sp: Rosalind HILSON-8.1. 11.11 w 

— 5. DavidHOFFMAN-8.1.11.111 

— 5. Michael HOFFMAN-8.1.1 1.1 12 

— 4. John HOFFMAN-8. 1 . 1 1 . 1 .2 (b. 1 944) 
sp: Rowan ROENISH-8.1.1 1.12w 

5. Frederick HOFFMAN-81.1 1.1 21 
5. Freda HOFFMAN-81.1 1.122 
^ 4. Dallah HOFFMAN-81.11.1.2 (b.1947) 
3. Elsa BOARDMAN-81. 11.2 (b. 1 909 d. 1952) 
sp: James FLOCKH ART-8 1 . 1 1 .2h (b. 1 892 m. 1 939 d. 1 954) 

— 4. June FLOCKH ART-8 1.1 1.2.1 (b.1963) 
sp: Stewart Alexander ROSS-81.11.21h (b.1940 m.1963) 
[— 5. Stewart James ROSS-81.1 1.211 (b.1965) 

— 5. Sheryllyn May ROSS-81. 11.212 (b.1966) 

— 5. Irene Jane ROSS-81.1 1.213 (b.1968) 

— 5. David Alexander ROSS-81. 11. 214 (b.1969) 
4. Auriel FLOCKH ART-81 . 1 1 .22 (b. 1 943) 

sp: Rodney Osborne DAWKINS-81.1 1.22h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 5. Leanne Patricia DAWKINS-81.1 1.221 (b.1966) 

— 5. Richard Paul DAWKINS-81.1 1.222 (b.1969) 
3. Neville BOARDMAN-81. 11. 3 (b.1911 d.1992) 

sp: Phyllis KING-81. 11. 3w (m.1940) 



^ 4. Peter Neville BOARDMAN-81. 11. 31 (b.1941) 

sp: Sheila Reneira ROBERTSON-81.11.31w (b.1922 m.1947) 



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sp: 



i— 5. Shirley Anne BOARDMAN-81. 11.311 (b.1950) 
I sp: Geoffrey WEATHERHEAD-81.11.311h (b.1940 m.1975) 
6. Dusty Lee WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 1 1 (b.1 977) 
6. Rhyn WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 12 (b.1 980) 
6. Krystal WEATHERHEAD-81. 11.3113(b.1985) 
L 5. David Neville BOARDMAN-81. 11. 31 2 (b.1983) 
sp: Connie CHlNSEN-81 . 1 1 .31 2w 
sp: Janet Dawn PURDY-81.11.312w (m.1988) 
3. Pearl BOARDMAN-81. 11. 4 (b.1914) 
sp: Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81.11.4h (b.1 921) 
4. Peter Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.41 (b.1951) 
sp: Gillian Alice THORNHILL-81.1 1.41 (m.1984) 
— 5. Lisa HALLUMS-81.1 1.411 
3. Vida BOARDMAN-81. 11. 5 (b.1 91 9) 
sp: Douglas Marcus SlEBERT-81.11.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 
4. Peter Robin de Vos SIEBERT-81.11.51 (b.1 947) 
sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.11.51w (m.1969) 
|— 5. Sharron Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.511 (b.1970) 
sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81.11.51w2 (b.1950 m.1973) 
5. Timony-Lee de Vols SiEBERT-81. 11.512 (b.1977) 
5. Robin James deVoisSlEBERT-81.1 1.513 (b.1978) 
5. Sarah Anne deVois SIEBERT-81. 11. 51 4 (b.1981) 
4. Vernon Marcus de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.52 (b.1 948) 
sp: Jennifer de Vos SIEBERT-81. 1 1.52w 
L 4. Sandra Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11. 53 (b.1951) 
3. Esme BOARDMAN-81. 11. 6 (b.1922) 
sp: Hendrik Johannes NAUDE-81 .1 1 .6h 
— 3. Idris Peter James BOARDMAN-81. 11. 7 (b.1931) 
sp: Eleen May MURlNG-81 .1 1 .\n2 (m.1 907) 
2. Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8.1. 12. (b.1 881 d.1902) 
2. Caroline Elizabeth BOARDM AN-8. 1.13. (b.1 883) 
Mary Augusta BOARDMAN-8. ^VJ (b. 1 837 m. 1 857 d. 1 858) 
2. James BOARDM AN-8. 1.1 (b.1 858 d.1879) 



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Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 



4 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



B:27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield,Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 -- 311 
P : Lathom,Ormsldrk,Lancaster,England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst,Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



2 James Hayes BQARDMAN-8 



|B:22Jul 1808 
IP : Newton, Lanes., England 
iM: 17 Feb 1834 -- 334 
!P: 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East,Cape ProvinccSouth Africa 



Margaret HAYES-Ow 



C:Oct 1772 

P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington,L,England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst„Cape/Good Hope, South Africa 



1 Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 



B:25 Nov 1834 
P : Grahamstown„Cap)e Province.South Africa 
M: 22 Aug 1861 - 386 
P : ,„Africa 
D: 
P: 



Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 iElizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



B: 1815 

P : Newton,Lancs.,England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp,Cape Province,South Africa 



B: 
P: 

D: 
P: 



Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 

B: 17 Apr 1746 
P: 

M: 10 Apr 1768 - 324 
P : Winwick,„England 
B: 18 Feb 1814 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



9 iMarv ASHTON-02.2 w 



C:Oct 1742 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 
B: 12 Aug 1816 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P 



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270 



ID# 8.1.2 

JANE SOPHIA HOLDER BOARDMAN MALLET 



Jane Sophia Holder Boardman was the first child and daughter of Caroline Francis 
Thomas and Philq) TOliam Boardman. She was bom August 3, 1862 at Burgersdorp, Cape, 
South Afiica. 

In 1884 she married Greville William Mallet at Barkly East, Cape, South Afiica. He 
was a member of a very distinguished British diplomatic family. 

Their children were: 



Greville William Harold Mallet 


1886 at 


Dordrecht 


Hugh Francis Phillip Mallet 


1887 


Barkly East 


Edith Ermyatrude Mallet 


17 Dec 1890 


Maclear 


Gladys Lilian Mallet 


1892 


Bloemfontein 


Algernon Crause B. Mallet 


5 Nov 1896 


Durban 


Alexandra Thelma Mallet 


4 Nov 1898 


Durban 


Dorothea Hope Mallet 


10 Sep 1902 


Bloemfontein 


Ashton Eslaide Mallet 


12 Aug 1904 


Middleburg 



The following is a letter written by Sophy to her brother James: 

St. Mary's Hospital 
Kwa Magwaza 
Zululand 
15 Dec. 1921 

Dear James, 

"I have not written to you for a very long time, but don't think I have forgotten you 
all, it is not so. 

Until lately I have had nothing good to write about, now that all my children are at 
work, and doing feirly well, and, we have our own little home which no one can take fi-om 
me, so long as we keep up our monthly installments, it is in Algy's name, and please Heaven 
before he is thirty years old, he will have a nice Iktle home of his very own. It is never going 



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to be mortgaged or sold, so that it will always be there, for any one of them that may need 
it. I, and they, have suffered too much for the want of a home of our own. When I die, he will 
refund - as his circumstances permit - the assistance his brother and sisters are giving him 
now, in paying for the house and grounds, which is freehold, so I consider that they too, in 
a way, are saving their bit. Our situation is a very good one in every way, it stands high on 
the ridge and just so, that no one can build, so as to shut our lovely view, we overlook the 
hills towards Maritzburg, and the lovely Imgeni Valley, a walk of five minutes gives us an 
ocean view which is most beautiful. We are so situated that whichever tram we go to, it is 
only one stage to any part of town, this is a tremendous saving in fare, we are away from all 
the noise and dust, and yet near to everything. I have been here for nearly three months. I am 

much better now, and return home a few days before Xmas. 

From your always affect:- sister 

Sophy Mallet" 

Address: 
P.O. Box 1664 
Durban 

In 1905 a letter written by Sophy's father to her brother James in Rhodesia, he adds 
a postscript: 

"I am afraid that matters are very bad with poor Sophie, that fellow seems to have 
deserted her and his children altogether of late roaming all over the country and only writing 
to her when he wants money. We have little Algy and Maude intends to bring Thelma with 
her." 

Another femily remarked, "that he comes from a good family - but no good himself 
It appears that he wasn't the best of fathers, husband or family provider." 

On a visit to Sophy in Durban, Crause reported that Algy was one of the nicest and 
most unselfish boys he has ever met, so kind to his mother and sisters and so hard working. 

We little know how many places she temporarily called home, but never owning a 
home of her own, always on the move, then her ^preciation in 1 92 1 for finally settling in one 
place, Durban, a home she could call her own. 

Sophia died in Johannesburg, Transvaal, at age 83, on June 26, 1945. 



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I 


Husband (jreville William MALLET-8.1.2h 




i 

1 


Born 

22 Jan 1855 


Place 
, Dublin 






Christened 


Place 












Died 


Place 

Middleburg, Transvaal, , South Africa 






Buried 


Place 


i 




Married 


Place 

, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


i 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


! 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


1 


Wife 

Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8. 1 .2 


! 


i 


Born 

3 Aug 1862 


Place 

Burgersdorp, Natal, , South Africa 






Christened 


Place 






Died 


Place 






Buried 


Place 






Wife's father 


Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 




MRIN: 386 


□ Deceased 


1 




Wife's mother 


Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 






□ Deceased 




Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


1 


Sex 
M 


Greville William Harold MALLET-8. 1.2.1 






Bom 


1886 


Place 

Dordrecht, Cape Province, Cape Province, South Africa 






Christened 


Place 






Died 


1887 


Place 






Buried 


Place 






Spouse 






Ivlarried 


Place 


2 


Sex 
M 


Hugh Francis PhilUp MALLET-8. 1.2.2 






Bom 


1887 


Place 

. Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 






Christened 


Place 






Died 

8 Oct 1918 


Place 






Buried 


Place 






Spouse 

Lilian WHAL-8. 


l.2.2w 




MRIN:410 








; Married 




Place 

. . . South Africa 








3 


Sex 
F 


Edith Ermyntxude 


MALLET-8. 1.2.3 






Born 

1 17 Dec 1890 


Place 

McClear, , Cape Province, South Africa 






1 Christened 

I 


Place 






Died 


Place 






: Buried 


Place 




1 


; Spouse 






' Married 


Place 


4 


Sex 

I F 


i Gladys Lilian MALLET-8. 1.2.4 






1 Bom 


1892 


Place 

Bloemfontein, Orange Free Stat, , South Africa 






Christened 


Place 






Died 


1893 


Place 






Buried 


Place 




i 


Spouse 




1 


Married 


Place 



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5 



6 



7 



8 



Husband Gj-eville WilUam MALLET-8.1.2h 


Wife 

Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8. 1 .2 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Algernon Crause Bathurst MALLET-8. 1.2.5 




Born 

5 Nov 1896 


Place 

Durban, Natal, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Madeline Henrietta HESSELM AN-8. 1 .2.5w MRIN: 396 


Married 

2 Jun 1925 


Place 

Durban. Natal, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Alexandra Thelma MALLET-8. 1.2.6 


1 


Bom 

4 Nov 1898 


Place 

Durban, Natal, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Walter ALTERN-8.1.2.6h MRIN: 412 


Married 


Place 

, . . South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Dorothea Hope MALLET-8. L2.7 


1 

1 


Born 

10 Sep 1902 


Place 

Bloemfontein, Orange Free Stat, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Ashton Eslaide MALLET-8. 1.2.8 




Born 

12 Aug 1904 


Place 

Middleburg, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


\ Married 


Place 



I 



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ID# 8.1.3 

EBENEZER CECIL BOARDMAN 

Ebenezer Cecil Boardman was the oldest son of Caroline Francis Thomas and the 
second son of Philip William Boardman, bom on October 12, 1864, at Spionkop, District 
Albert, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Ebb's early youth was spent in the area of Maclear, Lady Grey, Barkly East and New 
England. 

Prior to the Boer War (1898-1902), he went to Southern Rhodesia to farm. In 
October 1898 Ebenezer Cecil Boardman was married to Hester Maria Magdelena Englebrecht 
at Enkeldoom, Southern Rhodesia. 

Their children were: 
Philip Martin Hayes Boardman 
Gertrude Johanna Boardman 
Edith Virile Boardman 
Francis Cecil Boardman 
Constance Olive Boardman 
The following portion of a letter was written to Ebb's brother in Rhodesia, from Ebb's 
farm, "Smiling Vale", near Umvuma which is a Township in Southern Rhodesia and in 1 922 
was nearby the Falcon Copper Mine, which later was closed down. 

Smiling Vale 
P.O. Umvuma 
21 Jan 1922 

Dear James, 

I have been passing through the most strenuous time that I have ever had in 

all my life and looking ahead one does not seem to see much daylight. For the farmer, in feet, 
we are told that we have not yet reached the bedrock. So things are none to rosy and that is 
realty the reason that I have not been writing of late. One does not feel up to writing cheerfiil 
letters when mentally oppressed and physically unfit. My old complaint. Rheumatics has again 
attacked me and so badly in the right hand that I can hardly hold the pen. What peculiar 



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weather we are having. The heat is almost unbearable and I am afraid if it continues much 
longer it will have a disastrous effect upon agriculture generally. We had splendid rains in 
Nov. and Dec. but so fer nothing at all in January. The cattle are looking well and plenty but 
no price for them, in fact, all farm products are at the very lowest ebb possible. Wheat is 
unsaleable, just fancy that, in fact, we are still 30,000 bag under the required — ." 

Your Aff. brother 
Ebb 

Ebenezer Cecil Boardman died October 18, 1923 at Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, 
just about two years after the above letter. 




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2 



Husband ^^^^^^^^ ^^^-j BOARDMAN-8. 1 .3 




Born 

12 Oct 1864 


Place 

Spionkop, Cape, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

18 Oct 1923 


Place 

Salisbury, , So. Rhodesia 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

Oct 1884 


Place 

Enkeldoom, , Rhodesia, Africa 


L- 


Husband's father 

Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 MRIN: 386 □ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 □ Deceased 


Wife 

Hester ENGLEBRECHT-S.l.Bw 




Born 1 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1957 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex • 
M 


PhiUp Martin Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.1 


1 


Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Gertrude Johanna BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.2 


! 

1 
i 


Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


1 Spouse 


Marned 


Place 


Sex 

i F 


Edith Virile BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.3 


1 
i 


Bom 


Place 

, , . Africa 


i Christened 

i 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


: Spouse 


Married 


Place 


\ Sex 

M 


Francis Cecil Rho< 


ies BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.4 




Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 


j Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



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ID# 8.1.4 



PHILIP DIXIE BOARDMAN 



Philip Dixie Boardman was bom July 15, 1866 at Spion Kop, District Albert, Cape 
Province, South Africa, to Philip William Boardman and Caroline Francis Thomas. 
"Dear old Phil" as he was often afiectionally called due to becoming one of the casualties of 
the Boer- Anglo War of 1898-1902, with a bullet thru his head. This left him with a very bad 
stupe, causing his neck to bend and thus placing his chin to rest on his chest. This was very 
uncomfortable as weU as embarrassing to him. 

He was never married and his mother, father, brothers and sisters and two nieces 
continaully kept in touch with him. 

After his discharge from the Armed Forces he spent much of his time wandering 
around South and East Africa and Rhodesia. 

His father writes to his son James in Rhodesia: 

"I can only wonder that old Phil would not stay and join Will where he would have 
had a most comfortable home, instead of wandering about East Africa. He is in Nairobi at 
present but what doing he does not say, but I cannot help feeling that the Govt, of S.A. has 
not treated him fairly for all his past services he has served them in more than one capacity 
and faithfully during the whole time of the war, from the first day to the signing of the 
Armistice, and from what he says has been refiised any enployment, being told there is no 
opening for him." 

Another letter from his sister Maude: 
"Phil reached Nairobi, after a very tiresome journey. I hope he will soon get 
something definite to do. I think he was foolish not to accept Will's offer. But then he is so 
eccentric, perhaps it is as well he should be on his own." 

Another letter from his fether to James: 
"I had a letter from Phil, he has joined the S.A.C. Transport Dept. and I am sorry for 
it. For it is a life of privation, exposure and toil, not suited for him since his past experience 
of privation, exposure and wound. I do not feel as if he is quite right in his head, that the 
wound affected his intellect there is no doubt." 



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A letter written by his mother, Caroline Thomas Boardman, written in 1 900 to another 
brother: 

"Poor Phil wrote from Johannesburg on the 15th. He is still in the hospital, poor 
fellow!, as he had six weeks of a terrible fever. At Rustenburg he was treated so terrible by 
a brute of a Dr." 

Philip Dixie Boardman died October 29, 1946 in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, Africa. He was 
buried in Bulawayo. 



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ID# 8.1.6 

CLEMENT HAMILTON CRAUSE BOARDMAN 



Crause Boardman was bom at Lady Grey, the swiss-like village in the mountainous 
district of Barkley East, Cape Province, South Africa; on 27 April 1 870. He was the fifth 
child of Philip William Boardman and Caroline Francis Thomas and a great grandson of the 
Rev. William Boardman. 

At the age of twenty, Crause was in the diamond "digging" of Kimberley and became 
a personal friend and admirer of Cecil Rhodes and considered him to be one of the greatest 
men of the 1 9th century. 

Crause became one of the first Pioneers to enlist in the Rhodes sponsored ejq^edition 
to the vast Mashonaland and country north of South Africa, controlled by King Lobengula. 

After long negotiations by agents and fiiends of Rhodes; Rudd, Moffat, Maguire, and 
Shippard, they were able to get a signed concession agreement from Lobengula on the 30 
October 1888. referred to as the Rudd Concession which includes the following: 

"The Rudd Concession begins with a promise on Rhodes behalf to pay Lobengula 
100 pounds in British currency every month and provide 1,000 Martini Henry breech-loading 
rifles, together with 100,000 rounds of suitable ammunition. The first 500 of the rifles and 
40,000 of cartridges to be delivered within a reasonable dispatch, the remainder to be 
conveyed "as soon as" the . . .grantees shall have commenced to work mining machinery 
within Lobengula' s domain. Rudd also promised to place an armed steamboat on the Zambezi 
(or, if Lobengula wanted it instead, 500 poimds). In exchange the King assigned Rudd and 
Company "the complete and exclusive charge over all the metals and minerals situated and 
contained in my kingdom, principalities and dominions, together with fiill power to do all 
things that they may seem necessary to win and procure the same and to hold, collect and 
enjoy the profits and revenues ...froni...metals and minerals." Lobengula also gave Rudd and 
his partners authority to exclude all others seeking land or prospecting privileges from his 
kingdom." 

Six weeks after the signing of the Rudd Concession and also applying to any and all 
previous oral or written concessions granted by Lobengula, were denied. 



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The grant of the concessions by Lobengula gave a justification for founding of the 
British South Afiica Company in 1889 and Rhodes began plans for the occupation of 
Mashonaland. Now tentative plans could be made to build a railway, roads and telegraph lines 
fi"om Cape to Cairo, one of Rhodes long time dreaiiL 

Not wanting to encounter Lobengula and his 7000 - 8000 spear carrying warriors, and 
to put in efifect the concession granted by Lobengula for the occupation of Mashonaland; the 
Pioneer Column was organized. 

The plan was to recruit and provide 186 young English blue-blooded pioneers; 19 
prospectors, 2000 oxen, 117 wagons, plenty of food, together with Ngwato natives to serve 
as cooks, laborers and drivers. There were machine guns and searchlights and other 
paraphernalia for modem warfare. 300 police guided by femous hunter Salous acconqjanied 
the Column. 

They began their march from Macloutsie on June 28, 1 890 and reached Tuli on July 
1 . Here the large and unwieldily column, of supposed prospectors, crossed the Shasi River 
into Nbebeleland. During the nine weeks of July and August they inched and scratched their 
way across the lowveld and through the dense bushes and trees. The going was slow and 
tedious and difficult, especially across the sandy river beds and water. By August 1 , they had 
built a new road to the bottom of the Shona Plateau. From here the going became slower and 
more difficult as they climbed over the hills to the highveld. So fer there had been no problems 
with the Ndebele and it appeared there would be no surprise attack by Lobengula and his 
warriors. They soon would be over Providential Pass. 

On September 11, 1890 the bulk of the settlers and soldiers reached the vicinity of 
Mount Hamden, found the Makasbusi River with its flowing water and large pools. Nearby, 
on a small hill, the British flag was hoisted over what became Fort Salisbury, and later 
Salisbury Municipality (Harare). This became a bloodless invasion of Mashonaland. 

The Pioneers were official^ demobilized on October 1 , 1 890 and each was given the 
opportunity to lay out fifteen mining claims, subject to a fifty percent profit or earnings of the 
venture to be paid to the South African Conqjany. 

Each of the Pioneers was promised acreage for a large farm at no cost, but with no 
guaranteed title to the land. The Con^any at that time did not own the land. 



281 



With the demobilization of the Pioneer Column, Crause Boardman joined the B.S.A. 
Coy's Police, C Troop under Capt. Keith Falkner at old Fort Victoria in which he served xmtil 
October 1 891 . His discharge papers were signed by CoL Pennegather on November 14, 1 891 . 

Along with joining the Telegraph Dept. at Victoria, Rhodesia in October 1 892, he also 
joined the S.R. Volunteers, under the command of Maj. Allan Wilson and became a Sgt. Maj. 
in the Special Corp. conveying mail between Bulawayo and Salisbury. 

By 1893 there were about 1500 white people living in the area. There had been 
drought years, some farms, due to the arid soil did not produce; prospectors had to toil and 
dig mines to find gold - gold was not found on the surface; prices were high; goods were 
scarce or not obtainable; the absence of a direct road South to the markets; and being so 
isolated, caused much hardship among the settlers. The skirmishes between the Shona, the 
Ndebele, and the Whites became very irritating. The influx of new settlers compounded the 
problems. 

The telegr^h line was completed to Salisbury in 1 892, but it had its problems when 
the copper wires were cut by the natives to be made into jewelry. 

On October 25, 1893, the first confi-ontation of the Ndebele War and the first major 
skirmish between the Nbeble and whites since 1 830 began about 55 miles fi^om Bulawayo at 
Banko (Shangahi). 

As at the battle of Egodade (Bembezi), the native rifles were no match to the rapid 
fire guns of the whites, when about 6000 natives attacked but were mowed down and unable 
to withstand the withering fire fi*om the automatic guns. In spite of the superiority of the 
weapons, the Ndebele demonstrated their bravery, their pluck, determination and gallantry 
by attacking at such great odds. 

Bulawayo fell on November 4, 1893, King Lobengula fled north to the confluence of 
Shangani and Zambezi Rivers, where the great King poisoned himself The resistance of the 
Nbebele ended only to be resumed again in a few years. 

As the 1890's advanced, progress in the colonization of Rhodesia was so satisfactory 
that the outbreak of a revolt took the majority of the colonists by surprise. On March 20, 
1896, no fewer than 141 Europeans were murdered in Mashonaland, while by June 14 
another 103 were killed in Mashonaland. Many acts of great heroism took place in Bulawayo 



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and Salisbury. 

One of the femous episodes in Rhodesian history was during the Matabele Rebellion 
of 1896. "A number of settlers and officials, men and women, mostly belonging to the Alice 
Mine, near Mozoe, 27 miles from Salisbury, found themselves cut off. A wagonette had been 
sent out from Salisbury to bring the women, but could no longer make its way through the 
enemy lines. Two telegraphists, J. L. Blakiston and Routledge, heroically stayed behind to 
send messages for help, until the wires were cut and they were slain. The remainder, having 
covered the wagonette with sheets of iron to protect the women, fought their way through 
the rebels, a number of them being killed. After many hours the Mazoe Party managed to 
reach help, and were brought to Salisbury." 

In most centers the inhabitants went into temporary camps within an encircling 
barricade of wagons. The fighting went on for several months owing to the type of war being 
fought by the rebels. Troops from the Cape were sent to help under the command of Colonel 
Plummer and Sir Frederick Carrington. 

Finalfy the Matebele were driven to the stronghold of the Matopos. The fighting might 
have gone on indefinitely, but for the courage of the following men who accompanied Cecil 
John Rhodes into the stronghold: Dr. Hans Sauer, Johan Colenbrander, Vere Stent and two 
natives, Jan Grootboom and Makunga, walked unarmed into, the fortified stronghold, and 
after a long discussion, finally persuaded the Matabele to lay down their arms. 

The fighting ended in October 1897, having lasted over a year. Some 62 Europeans 
were killed and 139 wounded in the fighting. 

By January 1894 Crause Boardman became the First Postmaster of Kopje Salisbury 
and in October became the First Postmaster of the Municipality of Salisbury. 

A year after the Matabele War, which ended in October 1 897, Clement Hamilton 
Crause Boardman and Lillian Gertrude Doyle, who he met in the Salisbury Postoffice, were 
married in the Pro-Cathedral, Salisbury, South Rhodesia, Afiica on July 5, 1898. They had 
the following children: 

Edna Crause Boardman 22 Aug. 1 899 Queenstown, Cape 

Redverse Crause Boardman 16 Jan. 1901 " 

Neville Crause Boardman 21 Apr. 1902 " 



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Patrick Basil Boardman 



17 Mar. 1994 



Victoria, Natal 



Cecil Crause Boardman 



3 Aug. 1907 
25 Sep. 1908 



Barkly East, Cape 



Grace Crause Boardman 



Carine Crause Boardman 



30 Oct. 1909 



Myrtle Crause Boardman 



8 Jan. 1912 



II 



Edward Crause Boardman 



30 Nov. 1914 



n 



In a letter from his Mother, Caroline, in September 1900, to her son, Neville, she 

writes: 

"Crause and Lillie were here four weeks, he was very ill, but improved a lot the last 
two weeks. It was a great mistake he made in not coming here at first instead of spending four 
months at the sea and got no better. I hope they are safe in Salisbury or nearly so by this time, 
although I don't think he ought to have gone back at all." 

By 1903, the black water fever re-occurence had become so severe, Crause and his 
family were forced to leave Rhodesia and return to Barkly East, Cape, where he became the 
Town Clerk. 

In December 1919, his sister Maude reports in a letter from Bloemfontein: "Crause 
had to curtail his holiday and return to Barkly, as that mean old Council, after granting him 
indefinite leave sent for him aU in a hurry because they were too mean to pay a substitute any 
longer, so he only managed to stay in Durban three weeks." 

Clement Hamilton Crause Boardman died in Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 
on May 12, 1946. 



284 



BOARDMAN FAMILY 





Basil Boardman 
1904 
I.D.# 8.1.6.4 




Corinne C. Boardman 
Lady Baden-Powell 

1909 - 1933 
I.D. # 8.1.6.7 



James Boardman MBE 
1879 - 1967 
I.D.# 8.1.11. 



Cecil C. Boardman 
1907 - 1981 
I'D. # 8.1.6.5. 




Most Excellent 
Order of the 
British Empire 



Grace C. Boardman DeLacey 
1908 - 1973 
I.D. # 8.1.6.6 




Clifford H. Boardman 
1934 - 1974 
I.D. # 81631 



Neville C. Boardman 
1902 - 1983 
I.D. # 8.1.6.3 




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2 



3 



Family Group Record - 390 page i of 2 


Husband QYcment Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1.6 


! 


Born 

07 Anr 1 870 

z / rvpr 1 o / U 


Place 

i^aUy Kjicy y DcUKiy Juabl, v^apc rruviiicc, OUUUI rvillca 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 1 May iy4D 


Place 

Gemiiston, Cape, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

Jul 1898 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, Africa 


Husband's father 

Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 MRIN: 386 □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 □ Deceased 


Wife 

Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8. 1 .6 w 




Born 

Abt 1874 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1948 


Place 

Sahsbury, , Rhodesia 


Burled 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name G Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name n Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Edna Crause BOA 


^MAN-8. 1.6.1 




Born 

22 Aug 1899 


Place 
, , Africa 


Chhstened 


Place 


Died 

12 Jan 1900 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.2 




Bom 

16 Jan 1901 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

21 Aug 1946 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Christina FROST-8. 1 .6.2w MRIN: 43 


Married 

16 Apr 1921 


Place 

Port Elizabeth, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.3 


i 


1 Bom 

1 21 Apr 1902 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia. South Africa 


j Christened 


Place 


Died 

1983 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Gwen HUNT-8. 1 .6.3w MRIN: 44 


Married 

5 Oct 1933 


Place 

Salisburv, , Rhodesia, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Patrick Basil BOA 


RDMAN-8. 1.6.4 




Bom 

17 Mar 1904 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Grace PRINSLOO-8. 1 .6.4w MRIN: 45 


Married 

29 Dec 1962 


Place 


30Junl997 2 86 



Family Group Record - 390 



5 



6 



8 



9 



Husband ^^^^^^^^ Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6 


Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8. 1 .6 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Cecil Crause BOA] 


lDMAN-8. 1.6.5 




Born 

3 Aug 1907 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1981 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


! 


Spouse 

Elvah GLOVER- 


3.I.6.5W 


MRIN: 46 


1 

! 


Married 

1939 


Place 

, . , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Grace Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.6 




Bom 

25 Sep 1908 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

5 Jan 1973 


Place 


I 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

James Ouinton Dashwood DE LACY-8.1.6.6h 


MRIN: 47 




Married 


Place 


1 Sex 
F 


Corinne Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.7 




Bom 

30 Oct 1909 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 


1 
1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

1933 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h 


MRIN: 48 




Married 

1935 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Myrtle Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.8 


i 


Born 

8 Jan 1912 


Place 

Salisbury, , Rhodesia, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Norman MCCRANN-8.1.6.8h 


MRIN: 49 


; 


Married 

3 Jul 1940 


Place 

Invanea, , Rhodesia, South Africa 


1 Sex 

1 M 


; Edward Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.9 




! 


Bom 

30 Nov 1914 


Place 

Barklv East, Cape, South Africa 


1 
1 


1 Christened 

1 


Place 




i Died 

25 Jan 1915 


Place 
, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 


1 


' Married 


Place 



30Jun 1997 



287 



The 1890 Pioneer Corps and The BritisK 
South Africa Company s Police 



Form to be filled in by Tioneer or, in case of decease, by his descendants or relatives, and relumed to - 
Tlie Governmenl Arcliivisl. P.O. Box 363. 
Salisbury. Soullieni RlioJesia. 



I Names in full, in block^ 
'■■ letters ( surname first ) 


3 0^7^^^^ 


t 

2 Corps and troop 


<^ ■ l^oa/:;, ^^rujCc-y <^/?/ /(cc^k -9zxl /< rto- 
OUC Fort. Micto-r^ - ^ ^' 


J Date and place of birth 


:2r^ April /^r^. ^^^-^<r^,^^^ 

CcL^i" / yoy L lie c 


u. 

4 Occupation immediately 
after arrtial 




5 Military record 


ZB S A Coyi '/iuc^ ^ccnc C^c^^ 



288 



6 Dale and place of mar- 
riage 



7 Names of wife ( christian 
and maiden ) 



c/.i2lUSz ^^cir/'fu.c^ ~:X:>c>ylc 



8 Names and date of birth 
of children 



^^r^m^rt^ d-rx,^ <r^«^5^ S*'^<Pc^ /^O f — ^ ^ 
'dcA.-rtx-n'u^ £c2tn>^ '^V^-rL-j <^^^<:, J ^o*- /? ft. , 'd^i-Ki^^vJ 



g Marriages of children 



>S<?*7zji 77X(*'»x , (^ci Z <r7>''a-^«^ , 7n«.rit<,r 6ivaA fl^v^'r 
3oc.^m^^ C2rc.^c ^>^^c 4^//..,^ 



289 



s 



10 Names anJ^laie of birth 
of grandchildren 



a.rdnxa.*\ , ^rrcix^ ^r/-/<^^z^ Cra.cx.sc 



Tic 



// Marriages of 
grandchildren 



290 



12 Length of residence tn 
Southern RJiodesia 



/2 ^ ei^cL rs . 



/J Date and place of death 
of pioneer 



J 4 State if photograph avail- 
able^ preferably at time of 
entry into the Colony ^ for 
record in the Government 
Archives. If so please 
forward with full partic- 
ulars on back. 



r^I~ccrr^ ^/^^ / ^^-^^^ ^W^>=^C 



Signature 

Place ^.:^._s^£,.LcLctvh^s.. jL<^, A')^Z. Vcyju.^ij/-,_^^^^,'^u>i,7i.'n.cs yuL 



Bate 



..S-^. l^n< 



If the space supplied is insufficient, extra sheets should be relumed 
bearing the number of the question. 



291 



Extract of a paper on Cecil John Rhodes given by 
CRAUSE BOARDMAN 



At Barkley East on September 18, 1908 



"The result of his mission to Bechuanaland. The result of his mission was the 
annexation of that country and a protectorate from Mafeking to a point on Crocodile River 
called Rhodes Drift. And this might be termed the commencement of his great practical steps 
in furthering British interests and British ideas. This step kept open the gate way to that 
country now bearing his name, stretching from the Shashi River on the South to hundreds of 
miles north of the Zambesi. I need only briefly refer to that great work, the inception of his 
thoughts, the occupation of Mashonaland, and terminating, as I have already stated, in the 
colonising and opening up, not only of Matabeleland, but that huge country north of Zambesi 
to be an heritage and possession for the British Empire and its people - a grand idea and 
worthy of a great man. 

This writer was among the first of those Pioneers who formed the expedition to 
Mashonaland early in 90. The hardships and trials endured immediately after the occupation 
need only to be referred to as a dream; they are too recent a date, and we know only too well, 
within the memory of most of us to need recapitulation, Mr. Rhodes has often been blamed 
as having forced on the events of 1 893, which terminated in the occupation of Matabeleland. 
The writer was one of those who saw the horrible results of that Matabele raid into the 
Victoria district on June '93 and most emphatically say that the enemies of Rhodes most 
wilfully misrepresented the facts. The Matabele autocrat, Lobengula, has only himself to 
blame for the consequences of that campaign." 



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RAISING THE FLAG - OCCUPATION DAY 



ID# 81631 



Each year in September, Occupation Day in Salisbury, 
is celebrated by a distinguished ancestor of one of the 1890 
Occupation Pioneers, opening the celebration, by hoisting the flag 
over Salisbury. This ceremony commemorates the day the Pioneer Column 
hoisted the British Flag on top of a small hill, that later became 
Fort Salisbury, now Harare. 



On September 14, 1959, Mr. Clifford Boardman, a 
grandson of Clement Hamilton Crause Boardman, a member of the 1890 
Pioneer Column Occupation Forces, was given the honour of raising the 
flag over Cecil Square, Salisbury, Rhodesia (Harare, Zimbabwe). 



Clifford 
Boardman 




293 



Descendants of Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1.6 

_13_Augjl997 

1. Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1.6 (b.1870 d.1946) 

sp: Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8.1.6 w (b.1874 m.1898 d.1948) 
f— 2. Edna Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.1 (b. 1 899 d. 1 900) 

— 2. Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.2 (b.1901 d.1946) 

sp: Christina FROST-8.1.6.2w (m.1921) 

— 3. Corinne Gertrude Crause BOARDMAN-81621 (b.1923) 

sp: Garfield THOMAS-81621h (m.1945) 

— 4. VivianTHOMAS-816211 (b.1948) 

— 4. GlenTHOMAS-816212 (b.1951) 
sp: Graham ANTHONY-81621h2 (m.1965) 

L 3. Ann Crause BOARDMAN-81 622 

sp: Jan Van TONDER-81 622h (m. 1 943) 
I '— 4. Vicky Van TONDER-81 6221 (b.1968) 

— 2. Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.3 (b. 1 902 d. 1 983) 
! sp:GwenHUNT-8.1.6.3w (m.1933) 

i — 3. Clifford Hamilton BOARDMAN-81 631 (b. 1 934 d. 1974) 

sp: Jean ROBINSON-81631w 

\— 4. Peter BOARDMAN-81 6311 
i ^ 4. Victor BOARDMAN-81 631 2 

i sp: Glenys KITCHING-81631W2 

I — 4. Richard BOARDMAN-81 631 3 

i ^ 4. Bridget BOARDMAN-816314 

— 3. Jean BOARDMAN-81 632 (b.1938) 
I sp: Garth CHRISTlAN-81632h 

! i i— 4. Glen CHRISTIAN-816321 (b.1962) 

i >— 4. Susy CHRISTIAN-816322 (b.1966) 

1 

h- 3. Maureen BOARDMAN-81 633 (b.1940) 

sp: Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 

h- 4. Claire NEDERLOF-81 6331 {b.1960) 

}— 4. Michelle NEDERLOF-816332 (b.1962) 
I j 4. Jeanette NEDERLOF-816333 (b.1966) 

j j — 4. Theo NEDERLOF-81 6334 (b.1967) 

I ^ 3. Winston BOARDMAN-81 634 {b.1944) 

I 

! sp: Fran BOARDMAN-81 634w 

sp: Eve BOARDMAN-81 634w2 

— 2. Patrick Basil BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.4 (b.1904) 

sp: Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4w (m.1962) 

— 2. Cecil Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.5 (b.1907 d.1981) 

sp: Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5w/ (m.1939 d.1994) 

— 3. Diane BOARDMAN-8 1651 {b.1940) 
' ! sp: MCKENNA-81651h 

I L_ 4 Michael MCKENNA-81 6511 (b.1971) 

— 3. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-81 652 (b.1941) 
j sp: John David DES FOUNTAIN-81 652h 

p 4. Mark John DES FOUNTAIN-81 6521 {b.1968) 
I '— 4. Janine DES FOUNTAIN-81 6522 (b.1971) 
^ 3. Anthea BOARDMAN-81 653 (b.1933 d.1994) 

sp: George Richard MAWSON-81653h 

|— 4. Pamela Hazel MAWSON-816531 (b.1968) 



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\— 4. Angela Anthea MAWSON-816532 (b.1970) 
^ 4. Susan MAWSON-8 16533 (b.1972) 
3. John BOARDMAN-81654 (b.1945) 
sp: Priscilla JaneSCAWTHON-81654w (b.1942) 
L- 4. Sarah ElfaSCAWTHON-816541 (b.1979) 
2. Grace Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.6 (b.1908 d.1973) 
sp: James Quinton Dashwood DE LACY-8. 1 .6.6h (b. 1 899 d. 1 945) 
j— 3. Colleen Dashwood DE LACY-81 661 (b.1938) 
j sp: lanSUMMERSON-81661h (b.1 932 m. 1964) 
! ^ 4. Evan SUMMERSON-816611 (b.1968) 

^ 4. Christine SUMMERSON-81 661 2 (b.1975) 
3. Denise Dashwood DE LACY-81 662 (b.1940) 
sp: Robin DAVIS-81 662h (b. 1 938) 
r- 4. Anthony DAVIS-81 6621 (b.1 961) 
~ 4. Quinton DAVIS-81 6622 (b.1 963) 
2. Corinne Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6.7 (b. 1 909 d. 1 933) 
sp: Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h (b.1913 m.1935 d.1962) 
p 3. Robert BADEN-POWELL-81 671 (b.1936) 
sp: Patience B ATTY-8 1 67 1 w 

— 3. Michael David BADEN-POWELL-81 672 (b.1941) 
sp: Joan BERRYMAN-81672w 
r- 4. David BADEN-POWELL-81 6721 (b.1971) 
p 4. Alexander BADEN-POWELL-81 6722 (b.1973) 

4. Miles BADEN-POWELL-81 6723 (b.1975) 
3. Wendy BADEN-POWELL-81 673 (b.1944) 
I— 2. Myrtle Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.8 (b.1912) 
sp: Norman MCCRANN-8.1.6.8h (m.1940) 

— 3. Prudence MCCRANN-81681 (b.1944) 
sp: Cameron SMITH-81681h 
^ 4. Laglan SMITH-816811 
j— 4. AlaistairSMITH-816812 

— 4. PippaSMITH-816813 
h- 3. Carol MCCRANN-81682 (b.1944) 

sp: William PYNE-81682h 

L_ 4. Erin PYNE-816821 

! i 

j ^ 4. Bryanna PYNE-816822 
L 3. TerranceMCCRANN-81683 (b.1948) 
sp: Wilma MCCRANN-81683h 

— 4. Julian MCCRANN-816831 

— 4. Douglas MCCRANN-81 6832 

— 4. Emily MCCRANN-81 6833 (b.1985) 

— 2. Edward Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.9 (b.1914 d.1915) 



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Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 1 



8 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



2 Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 



B:25 Nov 1834 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province, South Africa 
M: 22 Aug 1861 - 386 
P : ...Africa 
D: 
P: 



1 Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8.1.6 

iB:27 Apr 1870 

IP : Lady Grey.Barkly East.CP.South Africa 

M: Jul 1898 -- 390 

P : Salisbury„Rhodesia,Africa 

D: 11 May 1946 

P : Germiston.Cape.South Africa 



Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8.1 .6 w 
(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 iCaroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 



B:26 Nov 1841 

P : Grahamstown,.Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P : 



13 Aug 1997 



4 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



8:22 Jul 1808 
P : Newton.Lancs , England 
M: 17 Feb 1834 -- 334 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East.Cape Province.South Africa 



B : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton.Makerfield,Lancaster.England 
M: 15 May 1795 - 311 
P : Lathom.Ormskirk.Lancaster.England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst.Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



Margaret HAYES-Ow 



C:Oct 1772 
P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington.L.England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst,.Cape/Good Hope.South Africa 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



B: 1815 

P : Newton.Lancs. .England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp.Cape Province.South Africa 




12 James TH0MAS-x8.f 



6 Humphry TH0MAS-x8 h2 



B: 1812 

P : Grahamstown..Cape Province.South Africa 
M: 14 May 1838 - 383 
P : Bathurst..Cape Province.South Africa 
D: 18 Jan 1848 

P : Grahamstown.,Cape Province.South Africa 



13 



B: 1790 
P : ,.Wales 
M: -382 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



Mary LESHEY 



Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



B: 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 
D:2 0ct 1875 

P : Lady Grey ..Cape Province.South Africa 



296 




ID# 8.1.7 

WILLIAM THOMAS BOARDMAN 

The "HOLBROOK FARM" in the Barkly District, Cape Province, South AJfrica, was 
the birthplace of William Thomas Boardman, on October 28, 1871 . Will was the seventh child 
of Philip William Boardman, and the fourth son of Caroline Francis Thomas and Philip 
William Boardman. 

He like his brothers and sisters spent their youthfiil lives in the vicinity of Barkly East, 
New England, Maclear and Lady Grey. 

In 1900 like all young men of South Africa, WiU and his brothers, Hollie, Neville and 
Ebb were in the armed forces fighting with the English against the Boers. The war ended in 
1902. 

The following is a letter written from the small town of Wepeneer, in the Orange Free 
State and close to Basutoland, by Will to his Mother: 

8th April 1900 

"Dearest Mother, 

A few lines to let you know of my safe arrival here on Wednesday last. I did not call 
at Zastron as expected so could not get ftirther information from Piet Vogel regarding 
Edward Dampier's death. Upon arrival here I found the camp in a state of excitement and 
rumours were at a discoimt, the Boers were in myriads in our vicinity and in fact our days 
were doomed. We have however, so far, got on without any mishap, the Boers are round 
about us in good number, but nobody can tell their correct total. We are not much upset as 
our position is a strong one and well entrenched. We are, so it is said in camp, cut ofif from 
all communications. Rouxville is again occupied by the Boers, as is Smithfield, but since the 
information is not quite reliable I do not believe it. This letter is going thro' Basutoland so 
something must be wrong down lower. We will have a tough job yet, before this war is over 
but it won't I hope last long when Lord Roberts moves forward. We have just come off 24 
hours picket duty and the post is just off. I haven't heard of HoUy or Neville since leaving 
them at AliwaL" 

Love to all. 

Will 



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After the war. Will became a fanner, and true to his family loyalty, offered his war 
handicapped brother. Old Phil, the opportunity to quit his wandering all over Africa, and 
come and live with him on his farm. But the offer was never accepted. 

On August 7, 1909 William Thomas Boardman married Louisa Catherina Boshoff, 
at Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Their three boys were: 
Neville Hayes Boardman 
Leslie Grey Boardman 

Douglas Boshoff Boardman Bom 2 Mar. 1918 

On December 28, 1919, Will's father was staying on the ferm at Boyonne with him. 
He did not know for how long his stay, for he was now dependent on his children, since his 
wife had just recently died. He writes: 

"As for my future depends on the girls movements as I have to depend on what they 
decide. The farm is really a gem and one can hardly realize the immense in:q)rovements that 
WiU has affected during the brief time of his occupation, all of the most substantial return. 
Words fail me to describe it, but it shows the cultivated mind and energy of the present 
occupant. - - 1 can only wonder that old Phil would not stay to join Will where he would have 
a most comfortable home, instead of wandering about East Africa." 

With the death of William Thomas Boardman, at the early age of 47, at Bayonne in 
1929, his sister, Caroline Elizabeth (Pearl) Juta, reared his three early teen age boys. Pearl had 
no children of her own. 



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Family Group Record - 393 



2 



3 



Husband William Thomas BOARDMAN-8. 1.7 




Born 

98 Oct 1 871 


Place 1 

Hnlhrnnif R;*rHv Pa<:t (^;»np Prnvinrp South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 

JDayunnc,, nr. \^alllllall, rilllCa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

7 Aug 1909 


Place 

Pretoria, Transvaal, , South Africa 




Husband's father 

Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 




MRIN: 386 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Caroline Francis TH0MAS-8.I w2 






Z2 Deceased 


Wif( 


' Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8. 1 .7 w 




Born 

28 Jun 1882 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

5 Jan 1929 


Place 

Pretoria, Tvl., South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.1 




Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

15 May 1972 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Winifred Lucie BAKER-8.1.7.1w 




MRIN: 70 






Married 


Place 








Sex 
M 


Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.2 




Born 

22 Sep 1913 


Place 

Heidelberg, Tvl, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

31 Mar 1977 


Place 

Johannesburg, Tvl., South Africa 


i 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

1 Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8. 1 .7.2w 




MRIN: 71 






! Married 

' 22 Sen 1939 


Place 

Griauatown, , South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.3 




i Born 

2 Mar 1918 


Place 

Heidelberg, Tvl., South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 Oct 1989 


Place 

Edenglen, Tvl., South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Gloria Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w 




MRIN: 72 






Married 

1 22 Aor 1946 


Place 

Pretoria. Tvl., South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



299 



LD.# 8.1.7.2 

DR. L. G. BOARDMAN - GEOLOGIST 



The wealth of discovery by such pioneers as Dr. L. G. Boardman has, to a large 
extent, made possible the dynamic development of South Africa. South African manganese 
are among the largest deposits in the world. But undoubtedly, the most important finds are 
those accredited to Dr. L. G. Boardman, now Chief Geologist of Amcor. It was he who 
discovered the vast deposits in the Kuruman area where, among others, the mines of Hotazel 
and Mamaiwan are located. 

Dr. Leslie Grey Boardman was bom at Heidelberg, Transvaal, on 22 September 1913 
and died at Johannesburg on 31 March 1977. He is survived by his wife, three sons and a 
daughter. 

A fermer's son. Dr. Boardman is descended on his fether's side from an 1 820 settler, 
the Rev. William Boardman, first minister of the English Church in the Eastern Province. On 
his mother's side from an old African family, which included President Boshofif of the old 
Orange Free State Republic and the Treasurer General to President Kruger. In more recent 
times his cousin was Lady Baden Powell. 

Against this background, Les Boardman can be regarded as a true South African and 
his work and contribution to the discovery and exploitation of the wealth of South Afiica was 
a reflection of his love of his country as his efforts were not for personal gain. Another aspect 
of his character was his extensive knowledge of the indigenous trees of South Afiica and 
Rhodesia and he was never happier than when he was in the outdoors, in the field with his 
constant companion and wife, "Mama Jo". And to this end he went to Pretoria University to 
study forestry, after having attended Hatfield Primary School and Pretoria Boys High School 

However, this was not to be his chosen career. During his studies, he developed a 
fascination for geology (one of his ancillary subjects), gave up his original plans and, for 
better or for worse, decided to specialize in Geology at Pretoria University, where he 
obtained his B.Sc, his M.Cs. and in 1944 his D.Sc. Cum Laude. 

While studying for his Master's Degree (on the Great Dyke of Rhodesia) he joined 
the Government Geological Survey and spent the next 14 years compiling detailed analysis 



300 



of various South African ore deposits, particularly the iron and manganese deposits along the 
Gamagara Hills near Postmasburg area. 

During this period, he came to know the Gamagara hills, near Postmasburg, literally 
like the back of his hand. A large scale m^ he prepared of the ore deposits along this 40 mile 
stretch of hills was exhibited at the Empire Exhibition in Johannesburg before the outbreak 
ofWorld Warll. 

Field-work on the Kuruman area surveys was hard. He was often alone except for his 
Bantu assistants for weeks on end. Food supplies and cooking were a problem. Using an old 
fashioned type of magnetometer, similar to the one Dr. Krahmann used when he discovered 
the West Wits gold reef^ he carefully plotted magnetic disturbances -indicative of magnetized 
layers of manganese or banded-ironstone below the surface - over miles and miles of 
countryside on a grid system in tenperatures sometime rising to 1 1 degree F. And if the sun 
were not a great enough hazard, he found that in some places the drinking water was so 
contaminated by chemical salts that it corroded through his water bottle in a period of three 
months. He was once severely ill from the bite of a horse-fly, which are known to carry 
anthrax. 

In other areas, there was continual danger from deadly mamba snakes. A dozen or 
more times. Dr. Boardman only just escaped from danger or even death - once even falling 
over a small cliff to escape one of the so deadly reptiles. His faith in the snakebite outfit he 
carried constantly was severely shaken after a mine-worker at Thabazimbi who was injected 
with serum within five minutes of being bitten by a mamba, nevertheless died. 

When war broke out, the need for iron became paramount, Dr. Boardman was 
charged with the detailed study of the Thabazimi iron-mining area. Throughout the war he 
controlled or assisted on a number of important war projects. After the war in his last year 
of Government service, he was in charge of an investigation of the Barberton gold mining 
area. 

In 1951, International Nickel of Canada, offered Dr. Boardman double the salary he 
was receiving to join them and take over their investigations in Africa. What an agonizing 
decision to have to face! But out of loyalty to Amcor and Samangan, he remained in his 
current position to pursue the manganese ore projects, with subsequently happy results for 



301 



both companies. 

Prior to his joining A.M.C.O.R in 1950, Dr. Boardman assisted in completing the 
mapping of a portion of the Northern Cape and it was here that he developed an interest in 
Gape Blue Asbestos. The various theories regarding the origin and mode of occurrence of 
asbestos at this time were primitive in the extreme, and Dr. Boardman developed ideas 
regarding the effect of structure on development of fibre and the importance of specific 
Market Horizons. 

The "Black Rock" investigation and drilling for manganese was his first and major 
discovery. On 1 8 farms in the area he discovered substantial manganese deposits. Three are 
being worked at a very substantial profit. 

Dr. Boardman was responsible for the opening of Amcor's chrome mine at 
Potgietersrust. And discovering, for Amcor, additional phosphate deposits at Langebaan. 

After retiring from A.M.C.O.R., Dr. Boardman returned to the Ralahari and his 
asbestos and manganese and spent several happy years with "Mama Jo" until his health began 
to M. The following extract from A.M.C.O.R. News of Dec. 1967 echoes the sentiments of 
all who knew him. 

"Few men have done more than Dr. Boardman for the South Afiican mining industry. 
Having accomplished all that any geologist could ask for, he stiU does regular field work, in 
the active pursuit of economic mineral possibilities. He is a man to whom South Afiica can 
feel gratefiil and to whom Amcor is justifiably proud." 

Extracted from: 
Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr. 
He Cracked the Secret of Kuruman - Manganese 



302 



LD. # 8.1.7.2.4 

TOM BOARDMAN - MANAGING DIRECTOR : BOE NATWEST 



BOE GOES GLOBAL AND THE MAN APPOINTED TO HEAD-UP THE JOINT 
VENTURE CORPORATE AND INVESTMENT BANK IS - TOM BOARDMAN. 

Who is Tom Boardman and what is his background? 

Thomas Andrew Boardman is the fourth child of prominent geologist, Dr. Leslie Grey 
Boardman and Johanna Alida Wandras and a descendant of Rev. William Boardman, first 
1820 Anglican colonial Minister to South Afiica. He was bom in Barberton, TvL, South 
Afiica, 22 December 1949. 

Tom Boardman hails fi^om Gauteng. (Transvaal): He matriculated jfrom Rooseveld 
High School in Johannesburg and completed a B Comm and CTA at Wits University. After 
serving articles with Deloittes in Johannesburg he qualified as a CA. Not many of us know 
this but Tom spent 4 years with Anglo American Corporation and was also the Financial 
Manager of Englo American Properties. In 1977 Tom moved to Cape Town as the Financial 
Director of Sam Newmans. Shortly thereafter, he was appointed Managing Director and 
subsequently effected a management buy-out of the retail operation of 2 colleagues and 
changed the name to none other than "Boardmans." 

Tom was appointed as an executive director of BOE in 1989 and the MD of BOE 
Merchant Bank in June 1994. In short, Tom is a CA with the "gift of the gab" and an 
entrepreneurial free spirit who believes in building a strong team and employing top-rated 
people as "people are everything in the financial service industry." 

WHAT IS TOM'S VISION FOR HOE NAT WEST? 

Tom wants to establish BOENW as the leading and most respected Southern Afiica 
Corporate and Investment Bank providing a comprehensive range of financial services with 
access to global markets to select corporate, institutional and government clients. Ultimately, 
Tom wants BOENW to be one of the top three Corporate and investment Banks in South 
Afiica, along with Rand Merchant Bank and Standard Corporate and Merchant Bank. 

THE JOINT VENTURE IS ALMOST 1 YEAR OLD, HOW HAVE THINGS 



303 



BEEN? 

Between taking several calls Tom admits that this past jSnancial year has been an 
extremely busy year because the bank has been advancing on a very broad front during this 
period. 

WHY THE MOVE TO JOHANNESBURG? 

Tom says that the business had reached a crucial stage in its development which 
necessitated the fiill commitment and concentration of efforts in Gauteng (Transvaal) as it is 
expected to be the major growth centre in South Africa. Of the approximate 220 staff 
members, 30 are in Cape Town, so logically, Tom needs to be where the critical mass is. 

The move to Johannesburg, which will take place on 1 October 1996, is one of the 
most difficult decisions Tom has had to make in his life, but it was felt by the BOB and 
Nat West shareholders that it would make sense for the Management Director to drive the 
development of the company from Johannesburg. 

Tom's children have decided not to move to Johannesburg. James be attending 
Bishops as a boarder and Amanda is at UCT. (University of Town). Sarah, Tom's eldest 
daughter is currently studying in London. Sheila (his wife) has yet to resolve what will happen 
to her business in Cape Town. 

Extracted from August/September 1996 THE BOELLETIN BOARD 



304 



Descendants of William Thomas BOARDMAN-8.1 .7 

01 Jul 1997 



1. William Thomas BOARDMAN-8.1 .7 (b.1871 d.1929) 

sp: Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8.1.7 w (b.1882 m.1909 d.1929) 

2. Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.1 (d.1972) 
j sp: Winifred Lucie BAKER-8. 1.7.1 w (d.1981) 
I p 3. Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 
1 sp: Carol HODGKINSON-8171 1w 

j j— 4. Neil BOARDMAN-81711 1 

j I— 4. Ian BOARDMAN-81711 2 

j ^ 3. PatrickBOARDMAN-81712 (b.1945) 
j sp: Mavis CARR-81712W (b.1947) 

I — 4. Tyrone BOARDMAN-817121 (b.1974) 

— 2. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.2 (b.1913 d.1977) 

sp: Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8. 1 .7.2w (b. 1 920 m. 1 939) 

— 3. David William BOARDMAN-81 721 (b.1941) 

sp: Motokose TAKEBAYASHI-81721 w (b.1948) 

[— 4. Leslie Montaro BOARDMAN-81 72 11 (b.1977) 

L- 4. Kent Taro BOARDMAN-81 72 12 (b.1979) 

— 3. Louise BOARDMAN-81 722 (b.1943) 

sp: Leonard Michael BANDS-81722h (b.1940) 
h- 4. Jonathan William BANDS-8 17221 (b.1967) 
i— 4. Mark Edward BANDS-81 7222 (b.1970) 

— 4. Christopher James BANDS-81 7223 (b.1972) 

— 3. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 (b.1947) 

sp: Mary Ann LARSEN-81723 w (b.1952 m.1974) 
p- 4. Kirsten Lee BOARDMAN-817231 (b.1976) 
\ — 4. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 7232 (b.1977) 
I 3. Thomas Andrew BOARDMAN-81 724 (b.1949) 

I sp: Sheila Elizabeth BROOKS-81724W (b.1 952 m. 1973) 

— 4. Sarah Catherine BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1975) 

— 4. Amanda Caroline BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1977) 
1— 4. James Simon BOARDMAN-81 7243 (b.1 983) 

— 2. Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.3 (b.1918 d.1989) 

sp: Gloria Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w (b.1 920 m.1946) 
p 3. Heather Ashton BOARDMAN-81 731 (b.1947) 

sp: Anthony Edward Dixon SEAGAR-81731h (b.1947 m.1972) 
4. Marc Rdward SEAGAR-817311 (b.1974) 

— 4. Lauren Anne SEAGAR (b.1976) 

— 3. Lynette BOARDMAN-81732 (b.1 949) 

sp: Charles Prre Francois MARAIS-81732h (b.1950 m.1978) 

! — 4. Lisa Ann MARAIS-817321 (b.1979) 

i 1 

i — 4. Graeme Charles MARAIS-81 7322 (b.1982) 
I— 3. Douglas John BOARDMAN-81 733 (b. 1 954 d. 1969) 

— 3. Stephen BOARDMAN-81 734 (b.1956) 

sp: Pamela Ann FRONEMAN-81724 w (b.1 960 m.1988) 

— 4. Claire BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1985) 

— 4. Richard Stephen BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1988) 



306 



Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 1 



8 William BOARDMAN Reverend-O 



2 Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 



B:25 Nov 1834 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province,South Africa 

M: 22 Aug 1861 - 386 

P : ,„Africa 

D: 

P: 



1 Willia m Thomas BOARDMAN-8.1.7 

B: 28 Oct 1871 

P : Holbrook,Barkly East.CP.South Africa 
jM: 7 Aug 1909 -- 393 
|P : Pretoria,Transvaal„South Africa 
D: 1929 

P : Bayonne„nr. Callinan.Africa 



Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8.1.7 w 

(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 



8:26 Nov 1841 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province,South Africa 

D: 

P: 



4 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



8:22 Jul 1808 
P : Newton,Lancs., England 
M: 17 Feb 1834 - 334 
P: 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East,Cape Province.South Africa 



8 : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield,Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 - 311 
P : Lathom,Ormsidrk,Lancaster,England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst,Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



Margaret HAYES-Ow 



C:Oct 1772 
P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington,L,England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst,, Cape/Good Hope,South Africa 



10 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



8: 1815 

P : Newton.Lancs., England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp.Cape Province,South Africa 



11 



12 James TH0MAS-x8.f 



6 Humphry TH0MAS-x8 h2 



8: 1812 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province, South Africa 
M: 14 May 1838 - 383 
P : Bathurst„Cape Province,South Africa 
D: 18 Jan 1848 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 



13 



8 : 1790 
P : „Wales 
M: -382 

P : „Cape Province, South Africa 

D: 

P: 



Mary LESHEY 



14 



7 iJane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



8: 

P : „Cape Province.South Africa 
D:20ct 1875 

P : Lady Grey„Cape Province.South Africa 



15 



13 Aug 1997 



307 



ID# 8.1.10 



HOLBROOK ASHTON BOARDMAN 

Holbrook Ashton Boardman was bom August 8, 1877 at Holbrook, Barkly East, 
Cape Province, South Africa. He was the ninth child of Caroline Francis Thomas and child 
number ten for Philip William Boardman. 

Hollie spent his gro wing-up years in the area of Maclear, New England, Aliwal North 
and Lady Grey. 

In a postscrqDt to a letter in September 1900, written by Hollie's mother to her soldier 
son Neville, she adds, "Hollie and Fred Stephenson have joined the police and are in 
Jagersfontein, I feel anxious." 

Hollie became one of the casualties of the Boer War, of which he never fully 
recovered. It was always a constant concem of his fether, for the welfare, of his two disabled 
soldier boys as expressed in a letter of August 27, 1905: 

" your mother and I put up with some privation which step was to help Phil and 

Hollie, as we could live cheaper and spare more from our limited income to help them, than 
we could have done by living in Barkly." 

Prior to October 1917, Hollie had entered into a contract for the purchase of a farm 
and problems had arisen over its future ownership. It not only became a "headache" for 
Hollie, but also to his father and femily. 

The following is a portion of a 1917 letter from Hollie's father to his other son James 
in Rhodesia: 

" Hollie has been discharged from British East and was invalided in a hospital at 

Tempe for a month or so and is now at present with his friend Duncan King near 
Ventersburg, to try and come to some definite arrangement in reference to that much vexed 
question, his claim to a share of the Farm. We have not heard, since his leaving, how matters 
stand, but I hope it will turn out to his advantage, if the Farm is sold for a fair price and that 
he will receive a share of the proceeds. I do so pity him and regret my inability to assist him 
in any way." 



308 



"Ebb has written him advising him to write and apply to several persons and 
companies in Rhodesia for a billet on a farm or ranch, he is quite capable of filling either 
proposition, but the Drs. all say he is medical unfit for hard work, so what he will do or 
intends to do I cannot say until we hear from him as to the result of the sale of the farm. Ebb 

wishes him to come up to him and I should rejoice for him to go. ." 

Ever your affectionate father 
P. W. Boardman 

In December 1919, Hollie's sister Maude reports on Hollie's whereabouts: 
"Hollie is now working at a place called Geduld close to Jo'burg, it is a coal mine he 
gets a fair wage and may do better if he only kept straight." 

Holbrook Ashton Boardman died August 1, 1929 
He was never married 




309 



ID# 8.1.11. 

JAMES BOARDMAN M.B.E. 

(Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) 



The b^tismal certificate of the St. Paul Parish of Aliwal North, South Afiica, shows 
James Boardman was bom to Philip William and Caroline Francis Boardman on 1 5th October 
1879 (Holbrook, Barkly East). He was baptized on Sunday January 1 1th 1880. Sponsors: 
Humphrey Thomas Boardman, P. W. Boardman, Elizabeth Jane Boardman. 

James was the eleventh child of Philip William Boardman and was named James, the 
same name as a half brother James, who was accidently killed at the age of twenty, in 1 879. 

At age seventeen, on April 12, 1896, James was accepted as a "learner" in the South 
Ajfrican Postal and Telegraph service at Barkly East. Prior to this date he had been employed 
by W. T. Morris, in his Drapery, Clothier, Universal Provider store in Barkly East. Upon his 
termination, a token of appreciation, together with a letter expressing the willing work 
performance record; fi-om twenty-six prominent gentlemen of the town, was given him. This 
was the commencement of fifty-two years of government service, of which half was a pioneer 
postmaster. 

As James became qualified as a telegraphist he was transferred to Prieska, a young 
cattle and mining village on the Orange River; the terminus for the branch railroad. From here 
he was transferred to Kimberley. 

As his older brother and fiiends, who in search of adventure and new challenges had 
done, he focused his interest to the undeveloped country of Rhodesia. So in 1897 when his 
older brother Clement Hamilton Crause Boardman, Postmaster in Salisbury, sent him a 
message to come to Mashonaland and join the Rhodesian Postal Service; he answered the 
call The railroad took him as far as Francistown, N. Bechunaland where he booked passage 
on the mule drawn Zederberg Mail and Passenger coach, and after a six day, bone shaking, 
journey, he arrived in Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Salisbury had just been made a municipality fi*om its former designation as Fort 
Salisbury by the Army of Occupation, the Pioneer Column. It was still a most primitive town, 
with a tiny cluster of buildings and a scattering of odd fermhouses. The post ofiBce was just 



310 



a "hut in the bush". 

James association with his brother, Clement Hamilton Crause (CHCB), postmaster 
at Salisbury, was disrupted by the necessity of CHCB having to leave Rhodesia on account 
of recurrent ill health. The young man was now on his own in a new and wild country, 
assigned to the Causeway office of the Rhodesian Postal Service. His duties here was to 
receive the mail and to dispatch it, night and day, whenever necessary. To be on hand to do 
this, required that he make his bed in one of the rooms of the building so as to be on duty 
night and day. The newly arrived Postmaster General had his office next door and on one 
occasion James offended bim and was transferred to an office job where he could be closely 
supervised. 

It was nothing unusual on the outskirts of Salisbury, to hear rifle shots break the 
silence of the night or day. One morning James found three dead lions dumped on the post 
office verandah. 

After three years of service in Salisbury, James was transferred to Selukwe post office, 
which was the center of the surrounding mines and forms and where the private bags of mail 
was picked up. It was a typical mining town with a few houses, one or two stores, a hotel, 
and a two room wood and iron building in which one room provided quarters for the 
postmaster. The butcher shop consisted of a stockade where the stock-in-trade (meat) was 
kept on the hoof, away from the night lions, and periodically prepared for customers. 

Mine pay days, at the hotel, became the center for drinking, poker, and other activities 
of a mining town. Some week ends were really wild. 

From Bulawayo, where James was chief telegraphist, he was transferred to Gatooma 
as postmaster, where his other duties consisted of repair and construction of the telephone 
lines. On one of his late night inspection patrols, he stumbled onto a lion which was lying 
down devouring a recent kill. He did not recall who got the biggest fright - he or the lion. 

James Boardman met his wife, Eveleen May Meiring in the Bulawayo Post Office in 
1906 and they were married in Bulowayo on December 26, 1907. They were the parents of 
seven children: 

Auriel Bom 1 Nov 1908 

Elsa 24 Dec 1909 



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Neville 



23 Oct 1911 



Pearl 



18 Jul 1914 



Vida 



22 Sep 1922 
24 Sep 1922 



Esme 



Idris Peter 



7 Feb 1931 



While James was acting Postmaster in Salisbury on February 20, 1920, there 
developed a strike by the enqjloyees of the Rhodesian Post Office and Telegraph Department. 
Sixteen per cent of the total staff of the Department loyally remained on duty and provided 
limited postal and telegraphic services. These loyal workers received extra pay and overtime 
pay for the services rendered during the strike. 

James retired from the Postal service in 1924 and decided to realize his early ambition 
to become a ferroer. This farming venture was a disaster. What with high prices for land, his 
ine3q)erience as a fermer, tow prices for ferm produce, especially his crop of tobacco, and then 
the depression; resulted in he and his fenuly having to endure considerable financial hardships. 

While still living at Causeway (Salisbury), on May 3, 1963, a secret and personal letter 
came from the Governor General's office. This letter informed James Boardman that 
Elizabeth, Queen of England wished to appoint him to be a member of the Most Excellent 
Order of the British Empire. An acceptance to the proposal was requested. The confirmation 
of the appointment was announced in the press on Saturday June 8, 1 963. Now after his name 
could be added: The letters M.B.E. 



When the last war broke out and the government advertised for civil servants, he 
offered his services and was taken on by the Department of Defense as a clerk. Later he 
transferred to the Ministry of Health. 

James Boardman served his Government for fifty-two years - twenty-seven years as 
a pioneer Postmaster and twenty-five years as a "temporary" servant. 

Reflecting on the past and recalling one of the highlights of his career, "He felt 



JAMES BOARDMAN, M.B.E. 



312 



honoured that he was chosen as the telegraphist to conduct confidential conversations for the 
Administrator. When ever the Administrator wished to pass a confidential message to 
Bulawayo or elsewhere, a mobile telegraph instrument was installed in the Administrator's 
office and likewise one at the distant end, allowing the two parties to converse through the 
medium of the telegraphist." 

James Boardman died in Salisbury , Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) Afiica on 22 September 

1967. 

His wife Eveleen May Meiring died in Salisbury 2 July 1972. 




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3 





Family Group Record - 249 






Page 1 of 2 


Hus 


''^"'^ James BOARDMAN-8. 1.11. 




Born 

15 Oct 1879 


Place 

Holbrook, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 










Christened 


Place 












Died 

22 Sep 1967 


Place 

Salisbury (Harar, Rhodesia (Zimbab, , Africa 


1 


Buried 


Place 










■ 


Married 

26 Dec 1907 


Place 

, Bulawayo, Rhodesia, Africa 




Husband's father 

Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 




MRIN: 


386 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 








□ Deceased 


Wife 

Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.1 l.w 




Bom 1 
24 May 1888 


Place 1 
, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

2 Jul 1972 


Place 

Salisbury, Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Africa 




Buried 


Place 


- 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 






□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 






□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Auriel BOARDMAN-8. 1.11.1 




Born 

1 Nov 1908 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

11 Nov 1965 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Hvman Joseph HOFFMAN-8.1.1 l.lh 




MRIN: 


250 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Elsa BOARDMA^ 


f-81.11.2 


j 

1 


Born 

24 Dec 1909 


Place 

, , , Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 


1 
i 


Died 

19 Feb 1952 


Place 

, Salisbury, Rhodesia, Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

James FLOCKHART-8 1 . 1 1 .2h 




MRIN 


253 






Married 

2 Feb 1939 


Place 


Sex 
M 


NevUle BOARDMAN-8 1.11.3 


1 


Bom 

23 Oct 1911 


Place 




Christened 

1 


Place 




Died 

1992 


Place 


1 


' Buried 


Place 




1 Spouse 

Phyllis KING-8 1.11. 3w 




MRIN 


256 






Married 

1940 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Pearl BOARDMAN-8 1 . 1 1 .4 




Born 

18 Jul 1914 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 












Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.4h 




MRIN 


:261 






Married 


Place 


13 Aug 1997 


314 











Family Group Record - 249 



Page 2 of 2 



James BOARDMAN-8. 1 .11. 
Eveleen May MEIRING-8. 1 . 1 1 .w 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex 
F 


Vida BOARDMAN-8 1.11.5 




Bom 

22 Sep 1919 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 








Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81.1 1.5h 


MRIN: 263 






Married 

15 Dec 1945 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Esme BOARDMA 


N-81.11.6 




Bom 

24 Sep 1922 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Hendrik Johannes N AUDE-8 1 . 1 1 .6h 


MRIN: 267 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Idris Peter James B 


OARDMAN-81.11.7 




Born 

7 Feb 1931 


Place 

, , Rhodesia, Africa 




Christened 


Place 


i 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 



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315 



REF: G.G.90/B/63. 



HHODESIA. 



3rd L:ay, 1965. 




It is ri'i^.^ pl9asiu?e and duty to infonri 
you that The Queen would graciously be pleased 
to appoint you to be a Meniber of the L'.ost 
Rxcellent Order of the British Empire (Civil 
Division) in the Birthday Honours List, 19 65. 

Please let me loiov/ as soon as possible 
whether this proposal is agreeable to you. 

TVie matter sliould, of co^orse, be Kept 
strictly secret until the official arnounceL.ent 
is iTi'Sde. 




Ja^.es Boardnian, Esq. 
P.O. Box 8204, 
CAUSEWAY. 



316 



REF: G.G. 30/3/63. 

SALISBURY, 

BHODESlA. 

31st Llay, 1963. 



♦ 

I ajPi delighted to hear tliat your 
appointment to be a Member of the Iwost Excellent 
Cixier of the British Empire (Civil Division) is 
now confirmed. 

It will be announced in tlie Press on 
Saturday, 8th June, 1963. 

I send you my most sincere congratulations. 

I am indeed aware how well you have 
deserved this honour. 




J. Boardman, Eso. 
P.O. Box 8264, ^ 
CAUSEWAY. 




317 




FEDERAL PRIME MINISTER 
SALISBURY 

RHODESIA & NYASALANO 



8th June 1963 

Deer Mr Boardman, 

The purpose of this note is to convey my 
most sincere congratulations on your M.B.E. 

vVith kind regards and best wishes. 

Yours sincerely, 




J. Boardman, Esq., k.B.i^j., 

P.O. Box 8204, 

CAUSEWAY. 



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319 





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7 




320 




321 




322 



i 



Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 1 



8 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



2 Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 



B:25 Nov 1834 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 
M:22AugI86I --386 
P : ,„Africa 
D: 
P: 



1 James BOARDMAN-8.1.11. 



Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.11.W 
(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 ICaroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 



B:26 Nov 1841 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province,South Africa 
D: 



4 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



B:22 Jul 1808 

P : Newton.Lancs., England 

M: 17 Feb 1834 - 334 

P: 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East.Cape Province.South Africa 



B : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield,Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 - 311 
P : Lathom,Ormskirk,Lancaster,England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst,Cape/Good Hope,.South Africa 



Margaret HAYES -Ow 



C:Oct 1772 

P : Burtonwood Chape,Warrington,L,England 
D:31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst„Cape/Good Hope,South Africa 



10 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



B: 1815 

P : Newton,Lancs.,England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp.Cape Province.South Africa 



11 



B: 15 Oct 1879 

P : Holbrook.Barkly East,CP,South Africa 

M: 26 Dec 1907 - 249 

P : ,Bulawayo,Rhodesia,Africa 

iD:22 Sep 1967 

P : Salisbury (Harar,Rhodesia (Zimbab„Africa 



12 James TH0MAS-x8.f 



6 Humphry TH0MAS-x8 h2 



B: 1812 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Proyince.South Africa 
M: 14 May 1838 - 383 
P : Bathurst„Cape Province.South Africa 
D: 18 Jan 1848 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 



13 



B: 1790 
P : ..Wales 
M: -382 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



Mary LESHEY 



14 



7 [jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



B: 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 
D:2 0ct 1875 

P : Lady Grey ..Cape Province.South Africa 



15 



B: 
P: 
D: 
P 



13 Aug 1997 



323 



Descendants of James BOARDMAN-8.1 .1 1 



13 Aug 1997 



1. James BOARDMAN-8.1 .11. (b.1879 d.1967) 

sp: Eveleen May MEIRING-8. 1.11. w (b. 1 888 m. 1907 d. 1972) 
j— 2. Auriel BOARDMAN-8.1.11.1 (b. 1 908 d. 1965) 
sp: Hyman Joseph H0FFMAN-8.1.11.1h 
1— 3. Colin Merton HOFFMAN-8. 1.11.1.1 (b. 1 940) 
sp: Rosalind HILSON-8.1. 11.1 1w 

— 4. DavidHOFFMAN-8.1.11.111 
^ 4. Michael HOFFMAN-8. 1.11.112 

— 3. John HOFFMAN-8. 1 .1 1 .1 .2 (b.1944) 
sp: Rowan ROENISH-8.1. 11. 12w 

— 4. Frederick HOFFMAN-81. 11.121 
4. Freda HOFFMAN-81. 11. 122 

3. Dallah HOFFMAN-8 1 . 1 1 . 1 .2 (b. 1 947) 
2. Elsa BOARDMAN-81.11.2 (b. 1 909 d. 1952) 
sp: James FLOCKHART-81.1 1.2h (b.1892 m.1939 d.1954) 
!— 3. June FLOCKHART-81.1 1.2.1 (b.1963) 

sp: Stewart Alexander ROSS-81 . 1 1 .21 h (b. 1 940 m.1 963) 
^- 4. Stewart James ROSS-81. 11. 211 (b.1965) 
4. Sheryllyn May ROSS-81. 11. 212 (b.1966) 
4. Irene Jane ROSS-81. 1 1.213 {b.1968) 
4. David Alexander ROSS-8 1.11.214 (b. 1 969) 
3. Auriel FLOCKH ART-81 . 1 1 .22 (b. 1 943) 
sp: Rodney Osborne DAWKINS-81.1 1.22h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 4. Leanne Patricia DAWKINS-81.1 1.221 (b.1966) 
L 4. Richard Paul DAWKINS-81.1 1.222 (b.1969) 

2. Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.3 (b.1911 d.1992) 
sp: Phyllis KING-81. 11. 3w (m.1940) 

3. Peter Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.31 (b.1941) 
sp: Sheila Reneira ROBERTSON-81.1 1.31w (b.1922 m.1947) 
4. Shirley Anne BOARDMAN-81.1 1.311 (b.1950) 
sp: Geoffrey WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 1 h (b.l 940 m. 1 975) 
— 5. Dusty Lee WEATHERHEAD-81. 11. 31 11 (b.l 977) 
5. Rhyn WEATHERHEAD-81. 11.3112 (b.1980) 
5. Krystal WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3113 (b.l 985) 
4. David Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.312 (b.l 983) 
sp: Connie CHINSEN-81.11.312w 
sp: Janet Dawn PURDY-81.11.312w (m.1 988) 

— 2. Pearl BOARDMAN-81.1 1.4 (b.1914) 
sp: Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.4h (b.1921) 

— 3. Peter Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.41 (b.1951) 
sp: Gillian Alice THORNHILL-81. 11.41 (m.1984) 

4. Lisa HALLUMS-81.1 1.411 

— 2. Vida BOARDMAN-81.1 1.5 (b.1919) 
sp: Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81.11.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 

— 3. Peter Robin de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.51 (b.1947) 
sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.11.51w (m.1969) 
p 4. Sharron Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.511 (b.1970) 
sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81 .1 1 .51 w2 (b.l 950 m.1 973) 
[— 4. Timony-Lee de Vols SIEBERT-81.1 1.512 (b.1977) 



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325 



— 4. Robin James deVoisSIEBERT-81.1 1.513 (b.1978) 
4. Sarah Anne de Vois SlEBERT-81. 11.514 (b.1981) 
— 3. Vernon Marcus deVosSlEBERT-81.1 1.52 (b.1948) 
sp: Jennifer de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.52w 



— 3. Sandra Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.53 (b.1951) 



2 



3 



— 2. Esme BOARDMAN-81.11.6 (b.1922) 
i sp: Hendrik Joliannes NAUDE-81.11.6h 

2. Idris Peter James BOARDMAN-81.1 1.7 (b.1931) 
sp EleenMayMURING-8111w2 (m 1907) Family GfOUp RGCOrd "263 Pagelo.1 


Husband j^^^^j^^ Marcus SIEBERT-8 1 . 1 1 .5h 




Born 

2 Oct 1921 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

15 Dec 1945 


Place 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

1 Vida BOARDMAN-8 1.11.5 


1 


Bom 

22 Sep 1919 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

James BOARDMAN-8. 1.11. MRIN: 249 B Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Eveleen May MEIRING-8. 1 . 1 1 .w E Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Peter Robin de Vos SIEBERT-8 1.11. 51 


j 

1 
1 


Born 

24 Feb 1947 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Pamela MarvSTOTT-8 1.1 1.5 Iw MRIN: 264 


Married 

Jul 1969 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Vernon Marcus de Vos SIEBERT-8 1.11.52 


1 

! 


Bom 

15 Jun 1948 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Jennifer de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.52w MRIN: 266 1 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Sandra Louise de Vos SIEBERT-8 1 . 1 1 .53 L 


i 
1 

! 


' Born 

: 2 Feb 1951 


Place ■ 


Christened 


Place 1 


Died 


Place I 


Buried 


Place 1 


i 


j Spouse ■ 


: Married 


1 Place ■ 



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Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 1 



8 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



2 James BOARDMAN-8. 1.11. 



B: 15 Oct 1879 

P : HolbroolcBarldy East,CP,South Africa 

M: 26 Dec 1907 -- 249 

P : ,Bulawayo,Rhodesia,Africa 

D:22 Sep 1967 

P : Salisbury (Harar,Rhodesia (Zimbab„Africa 



1 Vida BOARDMAN-81.11.5 



B: 22 Sep 1919 
P : ...Africa 

M: 15 Dec 1945 - 263 

P: 

D: 

P: 



Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .Sh 
(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 Eveleen May MEIRING-8. 1 . 1 1 .w 



B:24 May 1888 
P : ...South Africa 
D:2 Jul 1972 

P : Salisbury.Rhodesia.Zimbabwe.Africa 



4 Philip William BOARDMAN-8. 1 



B:25 Nov 1834 
P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 
M: 22 Aug 1861 - 386 
P : ...Africa 
D: 
P: 



B: 22 Jul 1808 

P : Newton.Lancs. .England 

M: 17 Feb 1834 - 334 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East.Cape Province.South Africa 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



B: 1815 

P : Newton.Lancs. .England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp.Cape Province.South Africa 



10 Humphry THOMAS-x8 h2 



Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 



B:26 Nov 1841 

P : Grahamstown..Cape Province.South Africa 
D: 



11 



B: 1812 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 
M: 14 May 1838 - 383 
P : Bathurst,.Cape Province.South Africa 
D: 18 Jan 1848 

P : Grahamstown..Cape Province.South Africa 



Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



B: 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 
D:2 0ct 1875 

P : Lady Grey..Cape Province.South Africa 



12 



13 



B: 
P: 

D: 
P: 



1 . Vida BOARDMAN-81 .1 1 .5 (b.1 91 9) 

sp: Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81. 11.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 
2. Peter Robin de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.51 (b.1947) 
sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.11.51w (m.1969) 
^ 3. Sharron Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11. 511 (b.1970) 
sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81 .1 1 .51w2 (b.1950 m.1973) 
h- 3. Timony-Leede Vols SIEBERT-81. 11.512 (b.1977) 
|— 3. Robin James de Vols SIEBERT-81. 11. 51 3 (b.1978) 
L 3. Sarah Anne de Vols SIEBERT-81. 11.514 (b.1981) 
2. Vemon Marcus de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.52 (b.1948) 
sp: Jennifer de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11.52w 
- 2. Sandra Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81. 11. 53 (b.1951) 



19 Aug 1997 



327 



ID# 81.11.7 



IDRIS PETER JAMES BOARDMAN 

Idris Peter James Boardman was the son of James 
Boardman M.B.E. and Eveleen May Meiring, was born in Rhodesia ( 
probably Bulawayo or Salisbury), on February 7, 1931. 

The following newspaper article and picture were taken 

from the Sunday Mail in 1964: 

QUALIFIED IN UNITED STATES 

A successfull Rhodesian abroad is Mr. Peter Boardman, 
who recently graduated with honours from the University of Minnesota, 
United States, as a doctor of medicine. 

Rhodesian-born , Mr. Boardman was educated at Prince 
Edward School and Natal University. After working in England and 
Canada he joined the American Air Force and it was only at the expiry 
of his service that he decided to study medicine. 




328 



ID# 8.1.12 



NEVILLE GARFIELD HOPE BOARDMAN 

One of the casualties of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 



Neville Garfield Hope Boardman was bom Dec 8, 1881 at Barkly East, Cape 
Province, South Africa to Caroline Francis Thomas, and was the twelfth child of Philip 
William Boardman. 

He was a very serious boy, assuming leadership in the group of young folks of Barkly 
East. He was one of the organizers of a Barkly Junior Tennis Club and which used the old 
Dampier tennis court for their practices. 

On one occasion, under the leadershq) of Neville, the young folks of Barkly organized 
a town dance. They decorated the Town Hall and had a large attendance which proved to be 
a grand affair. 

Gymnasium activities was part of the season program for the young folks. NeviUe was 
unable to take leadership for the 1899 season, and no one else would assimie the 
responsibility. So for that season Gymnasium activities were not held. 

In the Barkly East Reporter of March 1902 appeared the following: 

DEATH OF CORPORAL BOARDMAN 

It is with the deepest possible regret that we record the death of Neville Boardman, 
which occurred on Saturday evening last. (March 1, 1902) 

The deceased had been suffering from enteric fever for a considerable time. He had 
been in bed a month, and was ill quite a fortnight before he took to his bed. For a long time, 
with carefiil nursing and the most assiduous attention on the part of Dr. McTavish, the patient 
seemed to be going on very well, until the middle of last week when he was seized with a 
violent attack of delirium, followed by hemorrhage. Everyone then knew there was very little 
chance of his pulling through, and, although his strong constitution enabled him to live on for 
a few days, he quietly passed away on Saturday evening. Being just on the verge of manhood 
- he was in his 21st year - and being also a steady, promising, young fellow, who was the joy 



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of his home, it is easy to imagine what a great blow his death was to his parents. We are quite 
sure that Mr. and Mrs. Boardman have the sympathy of every one here. Neville has been in 
many engagements, both in this district and in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, and 
has proved himself a brave soldier. It was not long ago that he alone held up twelve Boers, 
for which he was con:5)limented by Colonel Munro. Yet it was not by the Mauser bullet that 
he was laid low, but by the terrible scourage that has carried off more than half of our soldiers 
who have laid down their lives in South Africa. During his delirium his mind was almost 
continually dwelling on the campaign, and he was frequently saddling up for the purpose of 
chasing the enemy. 

The funeral took place on Sunday, and, in the absence of the Rector, was conducted 
by the Lay Reader, Mr. H. L. Dampier. The deceased was accorded a military ftmeraL, the 
coflBn, covered with the Union Jack and laden with wreaths and crosses, being borne on the 
gun carriage of the 68* Battery of the Royal Artillery. The firing party consisted of members 
of the Highland Light Infentry. The N.E.M.R. (of which the deceased was a member) 
attended in good numbers, together with the Cape Police and most of the leading residents. 
The corpse was first taken to St. Joseph's Church, where the usual service took place, 
supplemented by a hymn and the playing of the "Death March". At the conclusion of the 
service at the graveside the usual volleys were fired, and the bugler sounded "The Retreat". 
It should also be mentioned that the bagpipes were in attendance, and, by their weird music, 
added to the solemnity of the occasion. 




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Summary for Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8.1 .12. 

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Born on 8 Deal 881 at , Barkly East, CP, South Africa 
Christened on at 

Died on 1 Mar 1902 at 
Buried on at Sex: M ID: 8.1.12. 

Father: Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 Mother: Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 







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ID# 8.1.12. LETTEK WRITTEN BY NEVILLE GA±^FIELD 

HOPE BOA±<.DMAN TO HIS MOTHEk, CAROLINE FKANCIS THOMAS 
.c^/i^'^^^AkiDMAN . ANGLO - BOEK WAK 1899 - 1901 



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ID# 8.2 



WILLIAM JOHN BOARDMAN 



Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa, became the birthplace of William John 
Boardman, the second son and child of James Hayes boardman and Elizabeth Dixie, on 
November 17, 1836. 

At the age of twenty-one he was living in the Albert District, Cape Province, in the 
Division of Aliwal North, where he married Emma Thomas, by the Rev. W. C. Wallis, on 
December 15, 1858. Emma was the daughter of Humphry Thomas and Jane Sophia Holder, 
William's step mother. 

The general inqjression of the climate in Africa is as being moderate and hot. But the 
Barkly East District was secluded in the mountainous range of the Drakensburg, and is one 
of the coldest sections of South Africa. One division of Aliwal North is divided into numerous 
sections of land or farms. The government retains ownership of the land and at public sales, 
leases or re-news the leases of these farms for a period of twenty-one years. 

The following newspaper article well describes a winter expedition of William and 
several other sturdy descendants of the 1 820 Settler friends who made this trip to inspect or 
select a farm. This article was written by Senator G.G. Munnik, the government official 
having charge of transacting these public land sale leases: 

"It was part of my duty to hand over the beacons of these ferms to the purchasers, and 
as roads were primitive and steep, all traveling was done on horseback, with a couple of pack- 
horses to carry blankets and food. On one occasion in which I had to meet a number of 
farmers at the top of the Drakensberg, and the day before showed a heavy black and white 
volume of clouds, denoting a snowstorm of which the district had six or seven a year.- - - 1 

had to start at 4 o'clock as I had a seven hour's ride before me. 1 (put my horse) into a 

three-quarter pace gallop. Small icicles formed immediately on the horse's nostrils and my 
moustache from our breaths, while every rivulet and stream was frozen over with ice so that 
when the horse crossed them it seemed as if they were going through glass. So cold was it 
that after a couple of miles I would jump off and throw the reins to one of the men and start 
running in a long trot. Owing to the rarity of the air, however, and heavy clothing, two or 



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three hundred yards finished me up - it circulated the blood, and I was again on old Torment's 
back for a spin. In this manner I proceeded nearly the whole way, and when I reached our 
trysting place I found waiting for me John Sephton, WILLIAM BOARDMAN, Clem Penny, 
William Gush, Tom Isted, and Field Comet, Henry Carlisle. These men were all sturdy 
descendants of the 1820 Settlers and would not have broken an appointment for a few feet 
of snow. This I knew and had therefore pushed through on my terrible cold ride. 

On top of the Drakensbergen the snow was still falling and in places our horses fell 
up to their bellies in snow holes. The Settlers had brought pack horses with wood and every 
now and then, to thaw our limbs a bit, they would make a fire, around which we clustered 
closely. 

I've never experienced such cold in my life but we pretended to be very brave and 
laughed at it. That night we all slept at Henry Carlisle's after thawing ourselves at a roaring 
fire and enjoyed a hearty meal which Mrs. Carlisle had prepared for us." 

After his marriage, William and Emma lived in Burghersdorp and Lady Grey, and on 
July 25, 1866, at the Public Land Sale, William bid for a lease on lot 929, in the Division of 
Aliwal NortL The annual rent was two pounds nineteen shillings two pence. It covered an 
area of 2962 morgen and 562 square roods. They named this form "ASHTON". 

William John Boardman and Emma Thomas were the parents often children: 
Elizabeth Jane Boardman 1 5 Jan 1 860 
Hun^)hry Thomas Boardman 10 Jun 1861 
John Henry Boardman 1 4 Jun 1 863 

William Isaiah Boardman 1 7 Feb 1 865 
James Boardman 13 Sep 1866 

Margaret Dgusta Boardman 20 Aug 1 869 
William Charles Boardman 1 Aug 1871 
Alfi-ed Herbert Boardman 8 Aug 1873 
Philip Clarence Boardman 4 Jan 1 876 
Sybil Irene Boardman 1 8 Dec 1 878 

William John Boardman died April 22, 1909 at Maclear, C^ Province, South Afiica. 



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2 



3 



""sband ^-jj-^ JqJ^j BOARDMAN-8.2 




Born 

1836 


Place 


\ 

1 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 

1909 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


Place 




Husband's father 

James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 


MRIN: 334 


S Deceased 


1 


Husband's mother 

Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 




S Deceased 


Wif( 


' EmmaTHOMAS-8.2 w 




Born 

28 Feb 1839 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Chnstened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Humphry THOMAS 


MRIN: 383 


a Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 




a Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


i Sex 

i c 
1 r 


EUzabeth BOARD] 


VlAN-8.2.1 




Bom 

15 Jan 1860 


Place 

Spionkop, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Georse Albert Ernest HARVEY-8.2.1h 


MRIN: 376 






Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Humphry Thomas 


BOARDMAN-8.2.2 




Born 

10 Jun 1861 


Place 

Burgersdorp, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

18 Sep 1901 


Place 

Barkly East, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Spouse 

Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 


MRIN: 372 






Married 

18Mav 1887 


Place 

Ashton, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


! Sex 
M 


1 John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 




Bom 

14 Jun 1863 


Place 

Burgersdorp, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


i 


i Spouse 

Emilv Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3w 


MRIN: 375 






Married 

12 Jun 1894 


1 Place 

i Mclear, , Cape Province. South Africa 


Sex 
M 


WilUam Isaiah BOARDMAN-8.2.4 




! Bom 

i 17 Feb 1865 


Place 

Lady Grey, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


1 Place 



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6 



7 



8 



9 



Husband ^-jj-^ j^y^ BOARDMAN-8.2 


Wife 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex, 

M i 


James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 




Born 

13 Sep 1866 


Place 

Barkly East, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Spouse 

Frances Emilv WYATT-8.2.5 w 


MRIN: 373 


1 


Married 

30 Aor 1890 


Place 

Mclear, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Margaret Augusta '. 


30ARDMAN-8.2.6 




Bom 

20 Aug 1869 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


WilUam Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 


I 


Bom 

1 Aug 1871 


Place 

Lady Grey, Lady Grey, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

15 Dec 1936 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 


MRIN: 377 




Married 

10 Apr 1899 


Place 

Mclear, Maclear, Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 




Born 

8 Aug 1873 


Place 

Barkly East, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w 


MRIN: 378 




Married 


Place 

. , . South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 




Bom 

4 Jan 1873 


Place 

, Barkly, Cape Province, South Africa 


! 


Christened 

3 Feb 1876 


Place 

, Lauristen, Aliwal North, South Africa 




■ Died 

1 1941 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




i Spouse 

Michelle Maria CORY-8.2.9 w 


MRIN: 225 




Married 


Place 




i Sex 
F 


Sybil Irene BOAR 


DMAN-8.2.10. 




1 Bom 

1 18 Dec 1878 


Place 

Barkly East, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




j Christened 


Place 




{ Died 

1 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 


MRIN: 248 




Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 

337 



Descendants of William John BOARDMAN-8.2 



18 Aug 1997 



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1 . William John BOARDMAN-8.2 (b.1 836 d.1 909) 

sp: Emma THOMAS-8.2 w (b. 1 839) 

2. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8.2. 1 (b.1860) 
sp: George Albert Ernest HARVEY-8.2.1h 
2. Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 (b.1 861 cl.1901) 
sp: Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w (m.1887) 
— 3. Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 
j sp: Peter 0'CONNOR-8.2.2.1h 

^ 4. Evelyn Mary O'CONNOR-822 11 (b.1912) 
sp: John CURRIE-82211h 

5. Rosemary Kathleen Carliese CURRIE-8221 1 1 (b.1941) 
sp: BRYANT-822111h 

6. Nicola BRYANT-8221111 (b.1966) 
sp: Gerthew MATHEW-8221 1h2 

5. Christopher Gerthew Porter MATHEW-8221 12 (b.1949) 
sp: Denise MANNING-822112w 
I— 4. Thomas Peter O'CONNOR-822 12 (b.1915) 
sp: Annie ROBERTS-a2212w (m.1944) 
4. Ethel Nora Elizabeth O'CONNOR-82213 (b.1917) 
sp: Walter PROVOST-82213h (m.1940) 
— 5. Marion Nora PROVOST-822131 (b.1 941 cl.1984) 
sp: Howard DRURY-8221 31 h (m.1975) 

6. Caroline Rose DRURY-8221 311 (b.1977) 
5. Irene Grace PROVOST-822132 (b.1 943) 
sp: Alan Thornhill FISHER-822132h 
— 6. Wayne Thornhill FISHER-8221 321 (b.1963) 



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6. Glen Thomhill FISHER-8221322 (b.1965) 
sp: Peter LAUBSCHANGE-82213h2 (b.1941 m.1964 d.1984) 

— 5. Desiree Ann LAUBSCHANGE-822133 (b.1964) 

— 5. CharieneDawnLAUBSCHANGE-822134 (b.1968) 
^ 4. Muriel Marie Stella O'CONNOR-82214 (b.1919 d.1940) 

sp: William FIELDS-82214h 

— 5. Child FIELDS-822141 (b.1940) 
3. Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 

sp: Johanna Adrianna VAN ROYN-8.2.2.2w 
I— 4. Sheila BOARDMAN-82221 
■ sp: WINEARLS-82221h 
I p 5. Christopher WINEARLS-82221 1 
I j— 5. Harold WINEARLS-822212 
j 5. William WINEARLS-82221 3 

^ 4. Dudley BOARDMAN-82222 
3. William Hayes BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 
sp: Hester Helena DU TOIT-8.2.2.3w (b.1903 m.1926) 
4. Frances Rosina BOARDMAN-82231 (b.1 929) 
sp: Douglas SHARP-82231 h (b. 1 91 m. 1 988) 
4. Aletta Louise BOARDMAN-82232 (b.1 933) 
sp: Frans KRUGER-82232h (b. 1 979 m. 1 954) 
h- 5. Hester Helena KRUGER-822321 (b.1 957) 
I sp: W.J. BADENHURST-822321h (m.198) 



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!— 6. Aletta BADENHURST-8223211 (b.1984) 
^ 6. Willem Johannes BADENHURST-822321 2 (b.1986) 
5. Martha Louisa KRUGER-822322 (b.1958) 
sp: Vivian DU TOIT-822322h (b. 1 950 m. 1 977) 
^ 6. Hendre DU TOIT-8223221 (b.1978) 
6. Loulette DU TOIT-8223222 (b. 1 980) 
6. Frans DU TOIT-8223223 (b.1984) 

I 

5. Frances Hazel KRUGER-8223223 (b.1967) 
sp: Martinus Johannes VAN ZYL-822323h (m. 1 986) 
3. Ivy Muriel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 
sp: Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h (m.1926) 
^ 4. Son KINSLEY-82241 (b. 1 928 d. 1928) 
sp: Frederick Conroy KEOWN-8.2.2.4h2 
3. Duncan Humphrey BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 (b.1897) 
i sp: Joyce CHADWICK-8.2.2.5w 

— 3. Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8.2.2.6 
2. John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 (b.1863) 

sp: Emily Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3w (m.1894 d.1899) 
2. William Isaiah BOARDMAN-8.2.4 (b.1865) 
2. James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 (b.1866) 

sp: Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w (b.1870 m.1890) 

p 3. Frederick William BOARDMAN-8.2.5.1 

I— 3. Walter BOARDMAN-8.2.5.2 (b. 1 892 d. 1892) 

^ 3. OLIVER Francis BOARDMAN-8.2.5.3 

— 3. Alice Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.5.4 (b.1884) 
sp: William James KEOWN-825.13.h (m.1921) 
— 4. Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 (b.1924) 

sp: Robin DIMMOCK-82541h (b.1923 m.1948) 

— 5. Robin Charles DIMMOCK-82541 1 (b.1971) 
sp: Neithleigh BROPHY-82541 1 (m.1971) 

I — 6. Cailim DIMMOCK-82541 11 (b.1971) 
— 6. AlyssaDiMMOCK-8254112 (b.1977) 
sp: Rayanne Rutherford SMITH-82541 1 w2 (m.1982) 
5. Helen Christine DIMMOCK-82541 2 (b.1950) 
sp: Onelia Tavema TURlSAN-825412h (b.1949) 
'— 5. Margaret Mary DIMMOCK-82541 3 (b.1952) 

sp: Gary Duncan HAMILTON major-825413h (b.1952) 
6. Sarah HAMILTON-8254131 (b.1983) 
6. Duncan Graham HAMILTON-8254132 (b.1985) 
^ 5. William Robert DIMMOCK-825414 (b.1954) 
^ 4. Mary Frances KEOWN-82542 (b.1932 d.1984) 
sp: John George DE BRUiN-82432h (b. 1 932) 

— 5. John George I DE BRUIN-825421 (b.1956) 
sp: Pamela HYDE-825421w 

6. Candice Alice DE BRUIN-825421 1 
6. Devon DE BRUIN-825421 2 
sp: Pien-e Grantley SMITH-82542h2 (m.1964) 

— 5. Leigh Alice SMITH-825422 (b.1966) 

— 5. Shaun Wilfred SMITH-825423 (b.1968) 
3. Cecil Willoby BOARDMAN-8.2.5.5 
3. Mabel Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 

sp: DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h 

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sp: John BLYTHE-8256h2 
3. James French BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 
sp: Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 

4. Yvonne BOARDMAN-82571 

sp: John TORIEN-82571h 
4. Daphne BOARDMAN-82572 
sp: LAMPRECHT-82572h 
f— 5. Wendy LEMPRECHT-825721 
L 5. Son LEMPRECHT-825722 
K 4. Valerie BOARDMAN-82573 
sp: NEETHLING-82573h 
4. Jean Dell BOARDMAN-82574 
sp: John Dell BO ARDMAN-82574h (b. 1 936 m. 1 968) 

5. Jennifer BOARDMAN-825741 (b. 1 969) 
I— 5. Victoria BOARDMAN-825742 (b.1971) 
5. Pamela BOARDMAN-825743 (b.1973) 
4. Dinah BOARDMAN-82575 
3. Clarence Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.5.8 
sp: Doris SMITH-8.2.5.8h 

— 4. Clarice May BOARDMAN-82581 (b.1934) 

sp: Hunter Charles BRADFIELD-82581h (b.1929 m.1952) 

— 5. Elena Lynne BRADFIELD-82581 1 (b.1953) 
sp: PRINGLE-825811h 

^ 5. Cheryl Dawn BRADFIELD-825812 (b.1957) 
4. Newton Trevor BOARDMAN-82582 (b.1 935) 
sp: Shirley May HOWARD-82582w (b. 1 942 m. 1 959) 
5. Marcelle May BOARDMAN-825821 (b.1 961) 
5. Gerald Wayne BOARDMAN-825822 (b. 1 963) 
5. Jennifer Anne BOARDMAN-825823 (b.1 965) 
5. Tracy Lee BOARDMAN-825824 (b. 1 972) 
4. Denis Clyde BOARDMAN-82583 (b. 1 939) 
sp: Jean Ann MACKINTOTH-82583w (b.1941 m.1963) 
5. Cathy Ann BOARDMAN-825831 (b. 1 963) 
5. Julie Lynne BOARDMAN-825832 (b.1 967) 

— 5. Richard John BOARDMAN-825833 (b.1 973) 
^ 5. Clint Gregory BOARDMAN-825834 (b.1976) 

3. Ronald Bennet BOARDMAN-8.2.5.9 
3. Hildred Czarina BOARDMAN-8.2.5.10. (b.1 906 d.1984) 
sp: Robert Brockley CROWDER-8.2.5.10.h 

4. Molly Amy CROWDER-825. 10.1 (b.1927) 
sp: William GOWER-825.10.1h 

— 5. Trevor William GOWER-825.1 0.1.1 

— 5. Graham Robert GOWER-825.10.1.2 

— 5. Brian Lester GOWER-825.1 0.1. 3 
4. Raymond Peter CROWDER-825.10.2 

sp: Shirley Ann MONROE-825.10.2w 
|— 5. Peter Robin CROWDER-825.10.21 

5. Andrew Raymond CROWDER-825.10.22 
5. Jennifer Ann CROWDER-825. 10.23 
— 3. Marjorie Maud BOARDMAN-8.2.5.1 1 . 
sp: Stephen MURRAY-825.11h 
^— 4. Thora Frances MURRAY-825.1 1.1 (b.1925) 



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sp: Johannes Hercules VILJOEN-825.1 1.1 h (b.1921 m.1945) 
sp: MUNDELL-825.11.1h2 

— 5. Vivian Jean MUNDELL-825. 11. 1.1 (b.1949) 

sp: Joseph COETZEE-825.1 1.1.1 
sp: VAN RENSBURG-825.11.1.1 
sp: Desmond JENSON-825.1 1.1.1 (m.1985) 

— 5. Lilien Frances MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.2 (b.1956) 

i 

I sp: Derek Hugh PAXTON-825. 11.1.2 (b.1953 m.1979) 
6. Rozanne Lee PAXTON-825. 1 1 . 1 .? (b. 1 980) 
h- 6. Brian Wilfred Barlow PAXTON-825-11.1.? (b.1982) 
1 I L 6. Shannon Frances PAXTON-825.11.1.? (b.1986) 

I L_ 5 Rene Lee MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.3 (b.1958) 

I sp: Andrew Arthur SM ITHEN-825. 1 1 . 1 .3 (b. 1 952 m. 1 98 1 ) 

I ^ 6. SonSMITHEN-825.11.1.? 

\-~ 4. Hillary MURRAY-825.1 1.2 
i sp: FOURIE-825.11.2h 

j j— 5. Karen FOURIE-825.1 1.2.1 

I — 5. Michelle FOURIE-825.1 1.2.2 

sp: MURRELL-825.11.2h2 
^ 5. Deborah MURRELL-825. 11.2.3 
I sp: Sam VOS-825.11.h2 

— 4. James VOS-825.11.3 

I sp: Susan BRISSON-825.1 1.3w 

I — 5. Kevin VOS-825.11.3. 1 

— 5. Jennifer VOS-825. 1 1 .3.2 
L- 5. Deidre VOS-825. 11. 3.3 

— 4. Lorraine VOS-825. 1 1 .4 

r— 3. Doreen Emily BOARDMAN-8.2.5.12. 

sp: Hugh MOSS-825.12.h 
I — 4. Geoffrey MOSS-825.1 2.1 
i [— 4. Joan MOSS-825.1 2.2 

sp: Brian DOYLE-825.12.2H 
t— 4. Rhona MOSS-825.1 2.3 
I sp: Noel JOHNSON-825.12.3H 
^ 4. Colleen MOSS-825.1 2.4 
— 3. Frances Olive BOARDMAN-8.2.5.13. 
sp: William James KEOWN-825.13.h 
4. Anne Irene KEOWN-825. 13.1 
sp: Charles ANDERSON-825.13.1h 
!— 5. Sharon ANDERSON-825.13.1.1 (b.1964) 
sp: Nichols CHAPMAN-825. 1 3. 1 .? 

— 5. Kim ANDERSON-825. 1 3. 1 .2 (b. 1 965) 

r- 5. Graham ANDERSON-825.13.1.3 (b.1968) 
^ 5. Bryan ANDERSON-825. 13. 1.4 (b. 1972) 
3. Ediar Raleigh BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 
sp: Jane BABLE-825.14.W 

— 4. James BOARDMAN-825.14.1 

— 4. Kenneth BOARDMAN-825.14.2 

— 4. Cyril BOARDMAN-825. 14.3 

— 4. Claude BOARDMAN-825. 14.4 

sp: Aletha Magdalena LAUBSON-825.14.w2 
2. Margaret Augusta BOARDMAN-8.2.6 (b. 1 869) 

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sp: Aletha Magdalena LAUBSON-825.14.w2 
3. Margaret Augusta BOARDMAN-8.2.6 (b.1869) 
3. William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 (b.1871 d.1936) 
sp: Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w (b.1878 m.1899 d.1953) 

— 4. Georgina William BOARDMAN-8.2.7. 1 (b. 1 900 d. 1980) 

sp: George GREEN-8.2.7.1h (d.1922) 

— 5. Rona Beryl GREEN-8271 1 (b. 1 924 d. 1968) 

sp: MaxORTEL-827.1.1h 

— 6. ORTEL-8271 1 1 

! — 6. ORTEL-8271 12 

^ 6. ORTEL-8271 13 
sp: Hendrik Ryne REYNEKE-8.2.7.1h2 (b.1905 m.1928) 

— 5. Norman REYNEKE-82712 (b.1929) 

sp: Joey SMITH-82712W (b.1934) 

— 6. Norman Hugh REYNEKE-827121 (b.1957) 
L- 6. WilnaREYNEKE-827122 (b.1959) 

sp: Calvin PITTAWAY-827122h (b.1956 m.1980) 

— 7. LiezI PITTAWAY-8271221 (b.1981) 

7. Lorimer Ivan PITTAWAY-8271222 (b.1984) 
5. Denise REYNEKE-82713 (b.1933) 
sp: Frikkie BOTHA-82713h (b.1930 m.1958) 

— 6. Estelie BOTHA-827131 (b.1958) 

sp: Daniel Nicholas POTGIETER-827131 h (b.1954) 

— 7. Daniel Nicholas I POTGIETER-827131 1 (b.1985) 
I— 7. Leande POTGIETER-827131 2 (b.1991) 

L 6. Colin BOTHA-827132 (b.1962) 

sp: Riana SMALKWYK-827132w (b.1964 m.1986) 

— 7. Jaco BOTHA-827132 1 (b.1988) 
I— 7. Zander BOTHA-8271 322 (b.1991) 

— 4. Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 (b.1901 d.1980) 

sp; Magdalene V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2w {b.1902) 

i 

i ^ 5. Earl Philip BOARDMAN-82721 (b.1932) 

i 

I sp: Norma Isabel PEARSALL-82721W (b.1 935 m. 1929) 

I — 6. Charlene AnnBOARDMAN-827211 (b.1 956) 

j sp: Louis Mark VANDER MERWE-82721 1 h (b. 1 955) 

— 7. Louis Mark 1 VANDER MERWE-82721 1 1 (b.1 980) 
L- 7. Andre Neil VANDER MERWE-82721 12 (b.1982) 

— 6. Lauren Norma BOARDMAN-82721 2 (b.1959) 

sp: Michael ALARIC-827212h (b.1957) 
I I— 7. Megan ALARIC-8272121 (b.1985) 

! L_ 6. Syndie Lou BOARDMAN-82721 3 (b.1963) 

sp: Glen David WILLIAMS-827213h (b.1 956) 

— 7. NikkieLou WILLiAMS-8272131 (b.1980) 

L- 7. Karmen Dominque WILLIAMS-8272132 (b.1985) 
— 5. David Bemard BOARDMAN-82722 (b.1 935) 
sp: Jean LOXTON-82722w (b.1 940) 

— 6. Sean BOARDMAN-827221 (b.1960) 

i j— 6. Shelley Ann BOARDMAN-827222 (b.1961) 

1— 6. Rory BOARDMAN-827223 (b.1 962) 
^ 5. William Charles BOARDMAN-82723 (b.1 940) 
sp: Lynette Nancy STANLEY-82723w 
j— 6. Deon BOARDMAN-827231 (b.1968) 

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[— 6. Wayne BOARDMAN-827232 (b.1971) 
sp: Lynn LAHNER-82723w2 
4. Violet Cory BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 (b. 1 903 d. 1 983) 
sp: Johann Adam Christoffel REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h (b.1906) 

— 5. Stella RAUBENHEINER-82731 (b.1930) 
sp: Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731h (b.1918 m.1961) 

— 6. Leon DUTOIT-827311 (b.1952) 
sp: Johanna Magdalena Francina DE BRUYN-82731 1w (b.1956 m.1976) 

— 7. Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731 1 1 (b.1 979) 
1 — 7. Amel DUTOIT-827311 2 (b.1980) 

7. Francois DUTOIT-827311 3 (b.1984) 

— 6. Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 (b.1956) 
sp: Antoinette PIENAAR-827312w (b.1958 m.1980) 

— 7. Stel-MarieDU TOIT-82731 21 (b.1983) 

— 7. YohanineDU TOIT-82731 22 (b.1986) 
7. NelandieDU TOIT-82731 23 (b.1 988) 

^ 6. EstelleDU TOIT-82731 3 (b.1968) 

— 5. Anna Maria Alida RAUBENHEINER-82732 (b.1933) 
sp: Hendrik Willem Nicholas ALBERTS-82732h (b.1931 m.1953) 

— 6. Amanda Rene ALBERTS-827321 (b.1958) 

— 6. Hendrik Willem ALBERTS-827322 (b.1 962) 
^ 6. AnsuletALBERTS-827323 (b.1 968) 

— 5. Shirley RAUBENHEINER-82733 (b.1 935) 
sp: Keith HILL-82733h (b.1935 m.1960) 

— 6. Kevin Patrick HILL-827331 (b.1960) 
sp: Linda KRITZINGER-827331w (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 6. Kenneth John HILL-827332 (b.1962) 
sp: Karen OBECHOLZER-827332w (b.1 964 m.1 986) 

— 7. Christine HILL-8273321 
L- 7. Christopher HILL-8273322 

L- 6. Merle Sharon HI LL-827333 (b.1 966) 

— 5. Linda RAUBENHEINER-82734 (b.1937) 
sp: Francis DENKEMA-82734h (b.1 937 m.1 937) 

— 6. Jacobus Francois DENKEMA-827341 (b.1 967) 

— 6. Raubenheimer DENKEMA-827342 (b.1 970) 
L 6. Maryna DENKEMA-827343 (b.1974) 

— 5. Ignatuis van Wyk RAUBENHEINER-82735 (b.1939) 
sp: Hermine Louis LE ROUX-82735 (b.1 941 m.1 965) 

— 6. Juilette RAUBENHElMER-827351 (b.1968) 

— 6. Johann Adam RAUBENHEIMER-827352 (b.1 970) 
L 6. Viola-Marie RAUBENHEIMER-827353 (b.1974) 

— 5. Twin RAUBENHEINER-82736 

— 4. Camngton BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 (b. 1 905 d. 1970) 

sp: Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w (b.1908 m.1928 d.1990) 
[— 5. Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 (b.1 928) 
sp: Harold LAUGHTON-82741h (b.1 933 m.1 966) 

— 6. Carrington Roger LAUGHTON-82741 1 (b.1972) 
I 6. Belinda Marjorie LAUGHTON-82741 2 (b.1973) 

5. Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 (b.1931) 
sp: Albert Edward W!LLIAMS-82742h (b.1 930) 

— 6. Jennifer Anne WILLIAMS-827421 (b.1957) 

sp: WADE-827421 h (b. 1 985) 

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— 6. Wendy Jane WILLI AMS-827422 (b.1961) 
sp: Bruce PITT-827422h (m. 1 980) 

— 7. Buster William PITT-8274221 (b.1983) 
I— 7. Westwood Jay PITT-8274222 (b.1985) 

6. Heather Lee WILLI AMS-827423 (b. 1 964) 
sp: Derek John BOYD-827423h (b. 1 952 m. 1 983) 
^ 7. Derek John MilnerBOYD-8274231 (b.1985) 
4. Irene Pearl BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 (b.1908 d.1959) 
sp: Jorrisen Stephen JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h (d.1959) 
r— 5. Brian JOUBERT-82751 

sp: Vanessa PALELO-82751w 
6. Calvin JOUBERT-82751 1 
6. Michelle JOUBERT-82751 2 
6. Yvette JOUBERT-82751 3 
^ 6. Baron JOUBERT-82751 4 

— 5. Desmond Jourisen JOUBERT-82752 
I— 4. Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 (b.1913) 

sp: Jan Albert VAN NIEKERK-8.2.7.6h (b.1906 d.1970) 

— 5. Sheila VAN NIEKERK-82761 (b.1935) 
sp: l2ak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761h (b.1933 m.1955 d.1976) 

6. Jacobus Albert MALHERBE-82761 1 (b.1956) 
sp: Usa NEL-82761 1w (m.1981) 

— 7. Harriet MALHERBE-82761 1 1 (b.1982) 

— 7. Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761 12 (b.1985) 

— 6. Olga Margret MALHERBE-82761 2 (b.1957) 
sp: Johannes Hermanus Eugene JOUBERT-827612h (b.1955 m.1983) 
' 7. Dominique JOUBERT-82761 21 (b.1983) 

7. Cherise JOUBERT-8276122 {b.1985) 
^ 6. Sheilagh MALHERBE-82761 3 (b. 1 965 d. 1987) 
I sp: Pieter Johannes Hennan BIRK-827613h (m.1984) 

5. William Olan VAN NIEKERK-82762 (b.1939) 
sp: Anna NEL-82762w (b. 1 941 m. 1 959) 

6. William Olan I VAN NIEKERK-827621 (b.1961) 
sp: Amelia BEZUIDENHOUDT-827621w (b.1965 m.984) 
i 7. Chantel VAN NIEKERK-827621 1 (b.198) 

— 6. Maureen VAN NIEKERK-827622 (b.1964) 

— 6. Olga VAN NIEKERK-827623 (b.1969) 

— 6. Mary-Ann VAN NIEKERK-827624 (b.1971) 
5. Jan Albert I VAN NIEKERK-82763 (b.1952) 

i sp: Elize KRAUNAUW-82763W (b.1 950 m. 1977) 

4. Hope BOARDMAN-8.2.7.7 (b.1911) 
3. Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 (b.1 873) 
sp: Johanna Etresia N AUDE-8.2.8 w (b.1 880) 
— 4. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8. 1 (b.1 900) 
sp: Maggie VAN WYK-8.2.8.1w 
p 5. Alfred BOARDMAN-8281 1 
L- 5. Joseph BOARDMAN-8281 2 
sp: Lena VAN ROOYEE-82812w2 

I— 5. Anna Johanna Sussana BOARDMAN-8281 3 (b.1 939) 
sp: Martinus Johannes LAAS-8281 3h (m. 1 955) 

— 6. Elsie Magdalena LAAS-8281 31 

— 6. Henry Johannes LAAS-8281 32 

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— 6. ElanaLAAS-828133 
^ 6. Karin LAAS-828134 

— 5. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 4 (b.1944) 

sp: Annie THIART-82814w (m.1964) 

— 6. Charmaine BOARDMAN-8281 41 

— 6. Ulanda BOARDMAN-8281 42 

sp: Elaine Hughes VAN DER BERG-8281 4w2 (m.1 982) 

— 5. Thomas Richard BOARDMAN-8281 5 

sp: Joy MOSSOP-8281 5w (m. 1 971 ) 
p 6. Janine BOARDMAN-8281 51 

— 6. Wayne BOARDMAN-8281 52 

— 6. Lizelle BOARDMAN-8281 53 
^ 6. Karin BOARDMAN-8281 54 

— 5. Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 6 (b.1950) 

sp: Claire CANNON-82816w 
|— 6. Rosemary BOARDMAN-8281 61 
\— 6. Jo-Anne BOARDMAN-8281 62 
sp: Jenny BOARDMAN-8281 6w2 

— 5. Deon Martin BOARDMAN-8281 7 (b.1952) 

sp: Leone ZEELIE-82817w (b.1958 m.1 976) 
'l— 6. Bridgette BOARDMAN-8281 71 (b.1978) 
j— 6. Deon Martin I BOARDMAN-8281 72 (b.1983) 
sp: Sara BOTHA-82817w2 

— 5. Philip Johannes BOARDMAN-8281 8 (b.1960) 

sp: Mama Renet CROSS-82818w (b.1963 m.1982) 

— 6. MarinzaRaunette BOARDMAN-8281 81 (b.1983) 

— 6. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 82 (b.1985) 

4. Millicent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 (b. 1 901 d. 1 982) 
sp: Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h (b. 1 896 m. 1 920 d. 1 937) 
j— 5. Alfred Thomas FRITZ-82821 (b.1922 d.1954) 
i sp: Hester DU PLESSIS-82821w (b.1931 m.1942) 

— 6. Stanley FRITZ-82821 1 (b.1944) 

I sp: Nan FRITZ-82821 1w (m.1967) 

— 7. Alfred FRITZ-82821 11 (b.1968) 

— 7. Johan FRITZ-82821 12 (b.1973) 

sp: Gloria Carol TURNER-82821 1w2 (b.1944) 
sp: Esme BR YANT-8282 1 w2 (b. 1 923) 
I p 6. Johan Thomas FRITZ-82821 2 (b.1950) 

— 6. Allen FRITZ-82821 3 (b.1952) 
6. Cheryl FRITZ-82821 4 (b.1954) 

— 5. Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 (b.1923) 

sp: Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h (b.1920 m.1944 d.1976) 
p 6. Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 (b.1945) 

sp: Pierre BRUMMER-828221h (b.1939 m.1966) 

— 7. Grant BRUMMER-828221 1 {b.1971) 

7. Meggan BRUMMER-828221 2 (b.1973) 
^— 6. Shirley DIXON-828222 {b.1948) 

sp: Fredrick A. BROOKS-828222h (b.1946 m.1 975) 

— 7. Mark Frederick BROOKS-8282221 (b.1978) 
I— 7. Natalie Suzanne BROOKS-8282222 {b.1981) 

— 6. Wallace Walter DIXON-828223 (b.1951) 

I sp: Denese Alice HERITAGE-828223w (b.1947 m.1973) 

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— 7. Amanda DIXON-8282231 (b.1974) 

— 7. Warren Ward DIXON-8282232 (b.1976) 
7. Lee-Ann DIXON-8282233 (b.1981) 

^ 6. Audrey Muriel DIXON-828224 (b.1955) 

sp: Neville Trevor INTRONA-828224h (b.1955 m.1977) 

— 7. Tanen Catherine INTRONA-8282241 (b.1979) 

— 7. Nadine Sharon INTRONA-8282242 (b.1982) 

'— 7. Christine Bemanette INTRONA-8282243 (b.1985) 

— 5. Millicent Etresia FRITZ-82823 (b.1925) 

sp: Jan Albertus PRETORIUS-82823h (b.1915 d.1948) 

— 6. Noel Allen PRETORlUS-828231 (b.1945) 

sp: Cherryl Carol SEITZ-828231w {b.1950 m.1970) 
7. Duane PRETORlUS-828231 1 (b.1978) 
sp: George Raleigh OCHSE-828223h2 (b.1929 m.1951) 

— 6. Colleen Etresia OCHSE-828232 (b.1952) 

sp: Sean Kevin WALSH-828232h (b.1929 m.1972) 
j — 7. TraceyWALSH-8282321 (b.1977) 

L- 7. Shannon WALSH-8282322 (b.1981) 

— 6. Sheila Ethel OCHSE-828233 (b.1954) 

sp: Ivan James METELERKAMP-828233h (b.1948 m.1974) 

— 7. Darren METELERKAMP-8282331 (b.1975) 

— 7. Ursula METELERKAMP-8282332 (b.1976) 
7. Robyn METELERKAMP-828333 (b.1982) 

^ 6. Clive Anthony OCHSE-828234 (b.1965) 

— 5. Roelf FRITZ-82824 (b.1928) 

sp: Peggy Beatrice RAW-82824w (b.1928 m.1952) 

— 6. Beryl Elizabeth FRiTZ-828241 (b.1952) 

sp: Robert Peter EVANS-828241h (b.1951 m.1975) 

— 7. ClairLisaEVANS-8282411 (b.1976) 

— 7. GarethCraigEVANS-8282412 (b.1979) 

^ 7. Bronwynne Leigh EVANS-8282413 (b.1982) 
I — 6. Kenneth FRITZ-828242 (b.1956) 

— 6. Deborah Ann FRITZ-828243 (b.1965) 

sp: Graham Complan CARRUTHERS-828243h 

— 7. AlisterJamesCARRUTHERS-8282431 (b.1989) 
7. Megan CARRUTHERS-8282432 (b.1991) 

L— 6. Brian Allan FRITZ-828244 (b.1966) 

— 5. Frederick John FRITZ-82825 (b.1930) 

sp: Jeanette Kathleen STOREY-82825w (m.1951) 
~ 6. Linda FRITZ-828251 

— 5. Sybil FRITZ-82826 (b.1934) 

sp: Siebert UYS-82826h (b.1928 m.1951 d.1983) 

— 6. Carol Lugene UYS-828261 (b.1952) 

sp: Louis Matthys STEYN-828261h (b.1950 m.1972) 

— 7. Elton Louis STEYN-8282611 (b.1973) 
^ 7. Sacha Sybil STEYN-8282612 (b.1977) 

L- 6. John Derek UYS-828262 (b.1954) 

sp: Brenda Dawn BIJL-828262w (b.1962 m.1981) 

— 7. Bridget Anna UYS-8282621 (b.1981) 

I— 7. ALLISON Chantal UYS-8282622 (b.1985) 

— 5. Ivy Doreen FRITZ-82827 (b.1936) 

sp: Tielman ROOS-82827h (b. 1 930 m. 1 955) 

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6. Yolande ROOS-828271 (b. 1 955) 
sp: Nico OLWAGEN-828271h (b.1944 m.1975) 

— 7. Nico Jr. OLWAGEN-8282711 (b.1976) 

— 7. KarinOLWAGEN-8282712 (b.1979) 
6. Deidre ROOS-828272 (b. 1 958 d. 1 958) 
6. Beverley ROOS-828273 (b. 1 962) 

sp: Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h (b.1958 m.1985) 
L— 7. Amanda DU PLESSIS-8282731 (b.1987) 

— 6. Lydia ROOS-828274 (b.1972) 
sp: Andries ("Chaka") WILLEMSE (b.1968 m.1993) 

4. Iris Irene BOARDIVIAN-8.2.8.3 (b.1903) 
sp: Harry Cameron BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h (b.1900 m.1924 d.1957) 
!— 5. Herbert Cameron Francis BOUCHER-82831 (b.1924) 

— 5. Irene Etrecia BOUCHER-82832 (b.1929) 

— 5. Vivienne Patricia BOUCHER-82833 (b.1934) 

— 5. Vallery Winnie BOUCHER-82834 (b.1937) 

— 5. Emest Vivienne BOUCHER-82835 (b. 1 939 d. 1984) 

— 5. Doreen BOUCHER-82836 (b.1944) 
4. William Frances BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 (b.1907 d.1986) 

sp: Anna Susanna FRITZ-8.2.8.4W (b.1909 m.1931 d.1986) 
5. Alfred Francis BOARDMAN-82841 (b.1 932) 
sp: Elizabeth Margaret THOMPSON-82841 W (b.1938 m.1959) 
6. Dean BOARDMAN-82841 1 (b.1 960) 
sp: Tracy ARMITAGE-828411W (b.1 965 m.1983) 
'— 7. Nicola Che BOARDMAN-82841 1 1 (b.1 984) 
6. Tyrone BOARDMAN-82841 2 (b.1962) 
sp: Sharon AYERS-828412W (m.1987) 
6. Craig BOARDMAN-82841 3 (b.1 964) 
L- 6. Janine Francis BOARDMAN-82841 4 (b.1969) 
5. Stella BOARDMAN-82842 

— 5. Roelf BOARDMAN-82843 

— 5. Dorothy Etrecia BOARDMAN-82844 (b.1 939) 
sp: Cornelius VAN ROOYEN-82844H (b.1935 m.1957) 

6. Anita Elizabeth VAN ROOYEN-828441 (b.1 958) 
6. Aletta VAN ROOYEN-828442 (b.1 959) 

— 6. Roolf Petrus VAN ROOYEN-828443 (b.1 962) 
5. Iris Irene BOARDMAN-82845 (b.1942) 

sp: David Frederick BARKHUISEN-82845 (b.1938 m.1959) 
|— 6. Ingrid Anita BARKHUISEN-828451 (b.1961) 

— 6. Rene BARKHUISEN-828452 (b.1 962) 

— 6. Antoinette BARKHUlSEN-828453 (b.1 966) 
5. CliHord Harold BOARDM AN-82846 (b. 1 950) 

sp: Petronella Kristina VAN NICKERK-82846w (b.1954 m.1973) 

— 6. Annamarie BOARDMAN-828461 (b.1975) 

— 6. Carine BOARDM AN-828462 (b.1 977) 

— 6. Maretha BOARDM AN-828463 (b.1 977) 

— 6. William Francis BOARDMAN-828464 (b.1983) 
^ 5. Vernon Clive BOARDM AN-82847 (b.1 952) 

^ 4. Ada Johanna BOARDMAN-8.2.8.5 (b.1 911) 

sp: John Hill WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h (b. 1 91 1 d. 1 975) 

— 5. Kenneth Noel WOTHERSPOON-82851 (b. 1 935 d. 1980) 
3. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 (b.1873 d.1941) 

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sp: Michelle Maria CORY-8.2.9 w (b.1881 d.1964) 

— 4. Gwendoline Mildred BOARDMAN-8.2.9.1 (b.191) 

sp: Francois Petrus (Fannie) NELL-8.2.9.1h (b.1908) 

— 5. Tammy Boardman NELL-8291 1 

sp: FANNIE-82911.W 

— 6. Francois NELL-8291 1 1 

sp: Elizabeth DU TOIT-8291 1 1 w 
L 6. Pierre NELL-829112 

— 5. Clarence NELL-8291 2 (b.1942) 

sp: Ina LOFTERING-82912w (b.1946 m.1968) 
p 6. Kevin NELL-8291 21 (b.1969) 

— 6. Theresa Leandra NELL-8291 22 (b.1971) 
^ 5. Valerie NELL-8291 3 {b.1950) 

sp: Ernest Charles FINAUGHTY-82913h (b.1946 m.1971) 

— 4. William George BOARDMAN-8.2.9.2 (b.1914) 

sp: Maria Magdalena MAYHEW-8.2.9.2w (b.1921 m.1939) 
p 5. Lewellyn Wilfred Mayhew BOARDMAN-82921 (b.1940) 
sp: Maurine SQUIRE-82921W (b.1941 m.1963) 
^ 6. Melanie BOARDMAN-82921 1 (b.1964) 

sp: Steven CAPAZORIO-829211h (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 6. Duncan David BOARDMAN-82921 2 (b.1966) 
^ 6. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-82921 3 (b.1973) 

— 5. William James Mayhew BOARDMAN-82922 (b.1942) 

sp: Elizabeth Christina ROTHMAN-82922w (b.1946 m.1969) 

— 6. Elizabeth Christina BOARDMAN-829221 (b.1971) 

— 6. William James BOARDMAN-829222 (b.1973) 

^ 6. Susanna Wilhelmina BOARDMAN-829223 (b.1977) 

— 5. June Elaine BOARDMAN-82923 (b.1943) 

sp: Gert Jacobus KRUGER-82923h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 6. Johannes KRUGER-829231 (b.1965) 

— 6. Maria Magdalena KRUGER-829232 (b.1966) 

— 6. Leon KRUGER-829233 (b.1969) 

I ^ 6. Miana KRUGER-829234 (b.1977) 

I— 5. Neville George BOARDMAN-82924 (b.1947) 

sp: Elsie Rachel DELANGE-82924w (b.1956 m.1974) 
H 6. AnneLize BOARDMAN-829241 (b.1955) 

— 6. Elaine BOARDMAN-829242 (b.1977) 

L- 6. Neville George I BOARDMAN-829243 (b.1984) 
L 5. Renee Cory BOARDMAN-82925 (b.1948) 

sp: Daniel Johannes ROTHM AN-82925h (b. 1 947 m. 1 968) 
[— 6. Carel Francois ROTHMAN-829251 (b.1968) 

— 6. William George ROTHMAN-829252 (b.1970) 
6. Daniel Johannes ROTHMAN-829253 (b.1974) 

— 4. Joy Daphne BOARDMAN-8.2.9.3 (b.1916) 

sp: Gordon MOLE-8.2.9.3h 
5. Rosalie MOLE-82931 

— 4. Thora BOARDMAN-8.2.9.4 (b.1918 d.1992) 

sp: Christophel Liebenberg BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h (b.1914) 

— 5. Lorraine BlSCHOFF-82941 (b.1944) 

— 5. LoLita BlSCHOFF-82942 {b.1946) 

— 5. John BISCHOFF-82943 (b.1952) 
L 5. Henry BISCHOFF-82944 (b.1958) 



— 4. Valentine Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 (b.1920) 

sp: Marie ERAMUS-8.2.9.5W (m.1948) 

— 5. Guy BOARDMAN-82951 (b.1952) 

sp: Elsa VERMEULEN-82951w (m.1982) 
i — 6. Gerald BOARDMAN-829511 (b.1983) 

I— 6. Irmarie BOARDMAN-82951 2 (b.1985) 
sp: Irma DINKLEMANN-8295w2 (b.1923 m.1966) 
I— 4. Donald Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9.6 (b.1922 d.1961) 
sp: Judith Susara MOOLMAN-8.2.9.6w (b.1 928 m. 1 948) 
[— 5. Philip Clarence BO ARDMAN-82961 (b.1 949) 

sp: Emmerentia Frederika OTTO-82961w (b.1 953 m.1972) 

— 6. Cheldi Celeste BOARDMAN-82961 1 (b.1 975) 

— 6. AneldaPhiline BOARDMAN-82961 2 (b.1 977) 
^ 6. Renate BO ARDMAN-82961 3 (b.1 980) 

|— 5. Judith Denise BOARDMAN-82962 (b.1 950) 
i sp: Leopold PFOSER-82962h (b.1 948 m.1981) 

y— 6. Nikko Maximillian PFOSER-829621 (b.1981) 

— 6. Cudmn Maria PFOSER-829622 (b.1 985) 

^ 5. Leonie Daphne BOARDMAN-82963 (b.1 953 d.1954) 

— 4. Olive Thelma BOARDMAN-8.2.9.7 (b.1924) 

sp: George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h (b.1 91 2 d.1981) 
\— 5. Neil ERIKSEN-82971 (b.1944) 

— 5. Fonnie ERIKSEN-82972 (b.1946) 
; ^— 5. Vernon ERIKSEN-82973 (b.1949) 



^ 4. Cynthia May BOARDMAN-8.2.9.8 (b.1927) 
sp: Jurie GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 

— 5. Andre GROENEWALD-82981 

— 5. Dawn GROENEWALD-82982 
^ 5. Sharon GROENEWALD-82983 

^ 3. Sybil Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.10. (b.1878) 
sp: Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
K 4. Phyllis HAYES-8.2.10.1 

— 4. Iris HAYES-8.2.10.2 

— 4. Vera HAYES-8.2.10.3 
r— 4. Gordon HAYES-8.2.10.4 



2. Caroline Francis THOM AS-8. 1 w2 (b. 1 841 ) 
sp: Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 (b.1834 m.1861) 
^— 3. Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8.1. 2 (b.1 862) 
sp: Greville William MALLET-8.1 .2h (b.1 855) 

— 4. Greville William Harold MALLET-8.1 .2.1 (b.1886 d.1887) 

— 4. Hugh Francis Phillip MALLET-8. 1 .2.2 (b. 1 887 d. 1 9 1 8) 

sp: Lilian WHAL-8.1.2.2w 
4. Edith Ermyntrude MALLET-8. 1.2.3 (b.1 890) 
I p 4. Gladys Ulian MALLET-8.1. 2.4 (b. 1 892 d. 1893) 

j— 4. Algernon Crause Bathurst MALLET-8. 1.2.5 (b.1896) 
I sp: Madeline Henrietta HESSELMAN-8.1.2.5W (b. 1 887 m. 1925) 
I p 5. Elaine Frances MALLET-81251 (b.1926) 
sp: Madeline GORDlE-8.1.2.5w2 

— 4. Alexandra Thelma MALLET-8. 1.2.6 (b.1 898) 
I sp: Walter ALTERN-8. 1 .2.6h 




5. Gail ERIKSEN-82974 (b.1950) 



4. Eric HAYES-8.2.10.5 



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[~ 4. Dorothea Hope MALLET-8. 1.2.7 (b.1902) 
^ 4. Ashton Eslaide MALLET-8. 1.2.8 (b.1904) 

— 3. Ebenezer Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 (b.1864 cl.1923) 

sp: Hester ENGLEBRECHT-8.1.3w (m.1884 d.1957) 

— 4. Philip Martin Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.1 
1 — 4. Gertrude Johanna BOARDMAN-8.1.3.2 
^ 4. Edith Virile BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.3 

— 4. Francis Cecil Rhodes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.4 
' — 4. Constance Olive BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.5 

^ 3. Philip DIXIE BOARDMAN-8. 1.4 (b.1866 d.1946) 

— 3. Edith Letitia BOARDMAN-8. 1.5 (b. 1 868 d. 1885) 

— 3. Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6 (b.1870 d.1946) 

sp: Lillian Gertoide DOYLE-8.1.6 w (b.1874 m.1898 d.1948) 
f— 4. Edna Crause BOARDMAN-8.1.6.1 (b.1899 d.1900) 

— 4. Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.2 (b.1901 d.1946) 

sp: Christina FROST-8.1.6.2w (m.1921) 

— 5. Corinne Gertrude Crause BOARDMAN-81621 (b.1923) 

sp: Garfield THOMAS-81621h (m.1945) 

— 6. Vivian THOMAS-816211 (b.1948) 

— 6. GlenTHOMAS-816212 (b.1951) 

I sp: Graham ANTHONY-8 1621 h2 (m.1965) 

! L 5. Ann Crause BOARDMAN-81 622 

I sp: Jan VanTONDER-81622h (m.1943) 

— 6. Vicky Van TONDER-81 6221 {b.1968) 

— 4. Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.3 (b. 1 902 d. 1983) 

sp: G wen HUNT-8. 1 .6.3w (m. 1 933) 

— 5. Clifford Hamilton BOARDMAN-81 631 (b.1934 d.1974) 

sp: Jean ROBINSON-81631w 

— 6. Peter BOARDMAN-81 631 1 

— 6. Victor BOARDMAN-81 631 2 
sp: Glenys KITCHING-81631w2 

— 6. Richard BOARDMAN-81 631 3 
^ 6. Bridget BOARDMAN-81 631 4 

— 5. Jean BOARDMAN-81 632 (b.1938) 

sp: Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 
^ 6. Glen CHRISTIAN-816321 (b.1962) 
6. Susy CHRISTIAN-816322 (b.1966) 

— 5. Maureen BOARDMAN-81 633 (b.1940) 

sp: Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 

6. Claire NEDERLOF-81 6331 (b.1960) 

— 6. Michelle NEDERLOF-81 6332 (b.1962) 

— 6. Jeanette NEDERLOF-816333 (b.1966) 
L- 6. Theo NEDERLOF-81 6334 (b.1967) 

L 5. Winston BOARDMAN-81 634 (b.1944) 
j sp: Fran BOARDMAN-81 634w 

] sp: Eve BOARDMAN-81 634w/2 

\— 4. Patrick Basil BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.4 (b.1904) 
j sp: Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4V/ (m.1962) 
[— 4. Cecil Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.5 (b.1907 d.1981) 
sp: Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5w (m.1939 d.1994) 
^ 5. Diane BOARDMAN-81651 (b.1940) 
j sp: MCKENNA-81651h 

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6. Michael MCKENNA-81 6511 (b.1971) 

— 5. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-81 652 (b.1941) 

sp: John David DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 

— 6. Mark John DES FOUNTAIN-81 6521 (b.1968) 
^ 6. Janine DES FOUNTAIN-81 6522 (b.1971) 

— 5. Anthea BOARDMAN-81 653 (b. 1 933 d. 1994) 

sp: George Richard MAWSON-81653h 
I — 6. Pamela Hazel MAWSON-81 6531 (b.1968) 

— 6. Angela Anthea MAWSON-81 6532 (b.1970) 
L 6. Susan MAWSON-81 6533 (b.1972) 

L 5. JohnBOARDMAN-81654 {b.1945) 

sp: Priscilia Jane SCAWTHON-81654w (b.1942) 
1— 6. Sarah EifaSCAWTHON-81 6541 (b.1979) 

— 4. Grace Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.6 (b.1908 d.1973) 

sp: James Quinton Dashwood DE LACY-8.1.6.6h (b.1899 d.1945) 
1— 5. Colleen Dashwood DE LACY-81 661 (b.1938) 

sp: Ian SUMMERSON-81661h (b.1932 m.1964) 

^ 6. Evan SUMMERSON-816611 (b.1968) 

^ 6. Christine SUMMERSON-81 661 2 (b.1975) 
5. Denise Dashwood DE LACY-81 662 (b.1940) 

sp: Robin DAVIS-81662h (b.1938) 

\— 6. Anthony DAVIS-8 16621 (b.1961) 

L- 6. Quinton DAVIS-81 6622 (b.1963) 

— 4. Corinne Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.7 (b. 1 909 d. 1933) 

sp: Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h (b.1913 m.1935 d.1962) 

— 5. Robert BADEN-POWELL-81 671 (b.1936) 

sp: Patience BATTY-81671w 

I 

I 1— 5. Michael David BADEN-POWELL-81 672 (b.1941) 
sp: Joan BERRYMAN-81672w 

— 6. David BADEN-POWELL-81 6721 (b.1971) 

— 6. Alexander BADEN-POWELL-81 6722 (b.1973) 
^ 6. Miles BADEN-POWELL-81 6723 (b.1975) 

^ 5. Wendy BADEN-POWELL-81673 (b.1944) 

— 4. Myrtle Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.8 (b.1912) 

sp: Norman MCCRANN-8. 1 .6.8h (m. 1 940) 
^ 5. Paidence MCCRANN-81681 (b.1944) 
sp: Cameron SMITH-81681h 

— 6. Laglan SMITH-816811 

— 6. Alaistair SMITH-816812 
6. PippaSMITH-816813 

— 5. Carol MCCRANN-81682 (b.1944) 

sp: William PYNE-81682h 

— 6. Erin PYNE-816821 

i 6. Bryanna PYNE-816822 

5. TerranceMCCRANN-81683 (b.1948) 
sp: Wilma MCCRANN-81683h 

— 6. Julian MCCRANN-816831 

— 6. Douglas MCCRANN-816832 

6. Emily MCCRANN-81 6833 (b.1985) 

— 4. Edward Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.9 (b.1914 d.1915) 
3. William Thomas BOARDMAN-8. 1.7 (b.1871 d.1929) 

sp: Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8. 1 .7 w (b. 1 882 m. 1 909 d. 1 929) 

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— 4. Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.1 (d.1972) 

sp: Winifred Lucie BAKER-8.1.7.1w (d.1981) 

— 5. Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 

sp: Carol HODGKINSON-8171 1w 

— 6. Neil BOARDMAN-8171 1 1 
6. Ian BOARDMAN-8171 12 

^ 5. Patrick BOARDMAN-8171 2 (b.1945) 
sp: Mavis CARR-81 71 2w (b.1947) 
^ 6. Tyrone BOARDMAN-817121 (b.1974) 

— 4. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8.1. 7.2 (b.1913 d.1977) 

sp: Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8. 1 .7.2w (b. 1 920 m. 1 939) 

— 5. David William BOARDMAN-81 721 (b.1941) 

sp: MotokoseTAKEBAYASHI-81721w (b.1948) 

— 6. Leslie Montaro BOARDMAN-81721 1 (b.1977) 
6. Kent Taro BOARDMAN-81721 2 (b.1979) 

— 5. Louise BOARDMAN-81 722 (b.1943) 

j sp: Leonard Michael BANDS-81722h (b.1940) 

— 6. Jonathan William BANDS-81 7221 (b.1967) 

— 6. Mark Edward BANDS-81 7222 (b.1970) 

^ 6. Christopher James BANDS-81 7223 (b.1972) 

— 5. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 (b.1947) 

sp: Mary Ann LARSEN-81723 w (b.1952 m.1974) 

— 6. Kirsten Lee BOARDMAN-81 7231 (b.1976) 
L 6. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 7232 (b.1977) 

L- S.Thomas Andrew BOARDMAN-81 724 (b.1949) 

sp: Sheila Elizabeth BROOKS-81 724w (b. 1 952 m. 1 973) 

— 6. Sarah Catherine BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1975) 

— 6. Amanda Caroline BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1977) 
^ 6. James Simon BOARDMAN-817243 (b.1983) 

— 4. Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.3 (b.1918 d.1989) 

sp: Gloria Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w (b.1920 m.1946) 

— 5. Heather Ashton BOARDMAN-81 731 (b.1947) 

sp: Anthony Edward Dixon SEAGAR-81731h (b.1947 m.1972) 
j— 6. Marc Rdward SEAGAR-81731 1 (b.1974) 
1— 6. Lauren Anne SEAGAR-817312 {b.1976) 

— 5. Lynette BOARDMAN-81 732 (b.1949) 

sp: Charles Prre Francois MARAIS-81732h (b.1950 m.1978) 

— 6. LisaAnnMARAlS-817321 (b.1979) 

L- 6. Graeme Charles MARAIS-817322 (b.1982) 

— 5. Douglas John BOARDMAN-81 733 (b. 1 954 d. 1 969) 

— 5. Stephen BOARDMAN-81 734 (b.1956) 

sp: Pamela Ann FRONEMAN-81724 w (b.1960 m.1988) 
j— 6. Claire BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1985) 

— 6. Richard Stephen BOARDMAN-81 7242 (b.1988) 
3. Lillian Maud BOARDMAN-8. 1 .8 (b. 1 873) 

3. Emma Caroline Louisa BOARDMAN-8. 1.9 (b. 1 875) 

sp: Charles Thomas EKRON-8. 1 .9h (m. 1 905) 
3. Holbrook Ashton BOARDMAN-8. 1.10 (b.1877 d.1929) 
3. James BOARDMAN-8.1.11. (b.1879 d.1967) 

sp: Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.11.W (b.1888 m.1907 d.1972) 

— 4. Auriel BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 (b. 1 908 d. 1965) 

sp: Hyman Joseph H0FFMAN-8.1.11.1h 

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— 5. Colin Merton HOFFM AN-8. 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 (b. 1 940) 
sp: Rosalind HILSON-8.1.1 1.1 1w 
[— 6. DavidHOFFMAN-8.1.11.111 

— 6. Michael HOFFMAN-8. 1.11.112 

— 5. John HOFFMAN-8.1. 11.1.2 (b.1944) 
sp: Rowan ROENISH-8.1.1 1.12w 

— 6. Frederick HOFFMAN-81.1 1.121 
6. Freda HOFFMAN-81.1 1.122 

— 5. Dallah HOFFMAN-81.1 1.1.2 (b.1947) 

— 4. Elsa BOARDMAN-81.11.2 (b. 1 909 d. 1952) 

sp: James FLOCKH ART-81 . 1 1 .2h (b. 1 892 m. 1 939 d. 1 954) 

— 5. June FLOCKH ART-81. 11. 2.1 (b.1963) 
sp: Stewart Alexander ROSS-81.11.21h (b.1940 m.1963) 

— 6. Stewart James ROSS-81.1 1.211 (b.1965) 

— 6. Sheryllyn May ROSS-81.1 1.212 (b.1966) 

— 6. Irene Jane ROSS-81.1 1.213 (b.1968) 
L- 6. David Alexander ROSS-81.1 1.214 (b.1969) 

— 5. Auriel FLOCKH ART-81. 11. 22 (b.1943) 
sp: Rodney Osbome DAWKINS-81.11.22h (b.1938 m.1964) 
[— 6. Leanne Patricia DAWKINS-81.1 1.221 (b.1966) 
I— 6. Richard Paul DAWKlNS-81.1 1.222 (b.1969) 

— 4. Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.3 (b.191 1 d.1992) 

sp: Phyllis KING-81.11.3w (m.1940) 

^ 5. Peter Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.31 (b.1941) 

sp: Sheila Reneira ROBERTSON-81.11.31w (b.1922 m.1947) 

— 6. Shirley Anne BOARDMAN-81.1 1.311 (b.1950) 
sp: Geoffrey WEATHERHEAD-81.11.311h (b.1940 m.1975) 

— 7. Dusty Lee WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3111 (b.1977) 

— 7. RhynWEATHERHEAD-81. 11.3112 (b.1980) 
I— 7. Krystal WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3113 (b.1985) 

— 6. David Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.312 (b.1983) 
sp: Connie CHINSEN-81 . 1 1 .31 2w 
sp: Janet Dawn PURDY-81.11.312w (m.1988) 

— 4. Pearl BOARDMAN-81.1 1.4 (b.1914) 

sp: Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81.11.4h (b.1921) 
1 ^ 5. Peter Vemon HALLUMS-81.1 1.41 (b.1951) 

sp: Gillian Alice THORNHILL-81.1 1.41 (m.1984) 

— 6. Lisa HALLUMS-81 .11.411 

— 4. Vida BOARDMAN-81.1 1.5 (b.1919) 

sp: Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81.11.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 

— 5. Peter Robin de Vos SlEBERT-81. 11.51 (b.1947) 

sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.11.51w (m.1969) 

j— 6. Sharron Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.511 (b.1970) 

sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81.11.51w2 (b.1950 m.1973) 

— 6. Timony-Leede VoisSlEBERT-81.11.512 (b.1977) 
6. Robin James de Vois SIEBERT-81.1 1.513 (b.1978) 

j 

— 6. Sarah Anne de Vois SIEBERT-81.1 1.514 (b.1981) 

— 5. Vemon Marcus de Vos SlEBERT-81.1 1.52 (b.1948) 

sp: Jennifer de Vos SlEBERT-81 .1 1 .52w 

— 5. Sandra Louise de Vos SlEBERT-81. 11. 53 (b.1951) 

— 4. Esme BOARDM AN-81 .11.6 (b. 1 922) 

1 sp: Hendrik Johannes NAUDE-81 .1 1 .6h 

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1 r— 4. Idris Peter James BOARDMAN-81 .11.7 (b. 1 931 ) 

I I 

I sp: Eleen May MURING-81.11.w2 (m.1907) 
'—- 3. Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 2. (b.1881 d.1902) 
^ 3. Caroline Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 3. (b.1883) 
2. Eliza Jane THOMAS-x8.3 (b. 1 844) 
sp: Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 



— 3. 


Alfred BEAMISH-x8.3.1 


— 3. 


Christy Rebecca BEAMISH-x8.3.2 


- 3- 


Arthur BEAMISH-x8.3.3 


— 3. 


James BEAMISH-x8.3.4 


— 3. 


Jane BEAMISH-x8.3.5 


— 3. 


Hert3ert BEAMISH-x8.3.6 


— 3. 


Cecil BEAMISH-X8.3.7 


— 3. 


Dorothy BEAMISH-x8.3.8 



2. James THOMAS-x8.4 (b. 1 846) 
sp: Caroline Amelia HARVEY-x8.4 w 

— 3. Cecil St. Clair THOMAS-X8.4.1 (b.1869) 

sp: Susanah PERVY-x8.4.1 w (m.1901) 

— 3. Ernest Humphry THOMAS-X8.4.2 (b.1872) 

sp: L NAUDE-X8.4.2 w 

— 3. Etheline Blanche THOMAS-X8.4.3 (b.1874) 

sp: Ernest Robert 0'RORKE-x8.4.3 h (m.1895) 

— 3. Edward Ivanhoe Wilford THOMAS-x8.4.4 (b.1879 d.1896) 

— 3. James Evelen THOMAS-x8.4.5 (b.1800) 

3. Florence Mabel Evangline THOMAS-x8.4.6 (b.1883) 
sp: William Quine HACK-x8.4.6 h (m. 1 902) 
2. Elizabeth Letitia THOMAS-X8.5 (b.1848) 
sp: Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 

— 3. Richard Humphery Duncan ROBERTS-x8.5.1 

— 3. Edwin Thomas ROBERTS-x8.5.2 

sp: Margaret GORE-x8.5.2 w 

— 3. Olympia Caroline ROBERTS-x8.5.3 

sp: William HALL-x8.5.3 h 

I 

^ 3. Mildred Ellenor ROBERTS-x8.5.4 
I sp: Edwin CARNEY-x8.5.4 h 
1— 3. Evered John ROBERTS-x8.5.5 
sp: Josephine COCKRAN-x8.5.5 w 

— 3. Annie Marion ROBERTS-x8.5.6 

sp: William LYNCH-x8.5.6 h 

— 3. Vida Bell ROBERTS-x8.5.7 

sp: Henry CANDY-x8.5.7 h 

— 3. Rose Jane ROBERTS-x8.5.8 

sp: Alfred WlLSON-x8.5.8 h 

I 

i— 3. Cecil G ROBERTS-X8.5.9 
sp: UNKNOWN 

— 3. Clifford George ROBERTS-X8.5.10. 
3. Harry Leopold ROBERTS-x8.5.1 1 . 



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3 



Husband pj^^^^pj^ Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 




Born 

10 Jun 1861 


Place 

Burgersdorp, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

18 Sep 1901 


Place 

Barkly East, , Cape Province, South Africa 


I 


Buried 


Place 


1 


Married 

18 May 1887 


Place 

Ashton, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 


MRIN: 335 


1x1 Deceased 


1 


Husband's mother 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 


1 


Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

John ROBERTS-8.5h 


MRIN: 394 


SI Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Judith Jane BOARDMAN-8.5 




S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 








Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 


1 


Spouse 

Peter 0'CONNOR-8.2.2.1h 


MRIN: 399 




! 

1 


Married 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 




Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Johanna Adrianna VAN ROYN-8.2.2.2w 


MRIN: 89 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


WUUam Hayes BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 


1 


Born 


Place 

, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


; 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Hester Helena DU TOIT-8.2.2.3w 


MRIN: 91 






Married 

1 10Mavl926 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Ivy Muriel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 




Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




i Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h 


MRIN: 97 




! 


Married 

1 1926 


j Place 



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Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 
Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex 
M 


Duncan Humphrey 


BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 






Born 

16 Nov 1897 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

]nvc.e. rHADWICK-8.2.2.5w 


MRIN: 99 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8. 2.2.6 




Born 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



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3 



4 



""^''^"'^ James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 


1 
1 

1 
i 


Born 

13 Sep 1866 


Place 

Barkly East, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

30 Apr 1890 


Place 

Mclear, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 MRIN: 335 B Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w □ Deceased 


Wif( 


' Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w 




Born 

1870 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Frederick William BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 1 





Born 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


1 Sex 
M 


Walter BOARDMAN-8.2.5.2 


1 

! 


Born 

1 Jun 1892 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

12 Jun 1892 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


OLIVER Francis E 


OARDMAN-8.2.5.3 




Bom 


Place 

, , South Africa 


j Christened 


Place 


1 Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


i Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


i Alice Irene BOAR 


DMAN-8.2.5.4 




1 Bom 

: 19 Nov 1884 


Place 

, . South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


i Died 

i 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

William James KEOWN-825.13.h MRIN: 374 


Married 

11 Nov 1921 


Place 

, , South Africa 



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6 



7 



8 



9 





James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 


Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Cecil Willoby BOARDMAN-8.2.5.5 


1 


Bom 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Mabel Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 




Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h MRIN: 109 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


James French BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 




Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w MRIN: 1 1 1 


Married 


Place 


' Sex 
M 


Clarence Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 8 


1 


Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Doris SMITH-8.2.5.8h MRIN: 1 12 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Ronald Bennet BOARDMAN-8.2.5.9 


1 


Born 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 

i 


Place 


Spouse 


Married Place 


Sex 
F 


i Mildred Czarina BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 10. 




1 Born 

' 1906 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

25 May 1984 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

1 Robert BrocklevCROWDER-8.2.5.10.h MRIN: 116 


1 Married 

1 


Place 



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Husband 



James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 



Wife 



Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex 
F 


Marjorie Maud BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 11. 




1 born 

1 


Place ■ 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


i Died 

i 


Place " — 


Buried 


Place — 


bpouse 

Steohen MURRAY-825.1 Ih MRTM- i lo 


Marnea 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Doreen Emily BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 12. 


1 
j 


bom 


Place — 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place ■ 


Died 


Place ~ — 


Burled 


Place ~ ' 


Spouse 

Hugh MOSS-825 




Married 


^ MRINU31 


j Sex 

1 F 


Frances Olive BOi^ 


aiDMAN-8.2.5.13. 


1 


Bom 


Place — 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place — 


Died 


Place ~ ~ 


Buried 


Place " — 


Spouse 

William James K] 


EOWN-825.13.h MRIN: 134 


Married 




Sex 

M ' 
r 


Edlar Raleigh BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 14. 


i 


Born 


Place ~ 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place — — 


Buried 


Place ~ " ' — — ■ 


Spouse 

Jane BABLE-825 


^ MRIN: 137 


Married 





11 



12 



13 



14 



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362 



BOARDMAN FAMILY 




Beatrice H. Boardman 
I.D. # 8.2.5.7W 




Jean Boardman 
I.D. # 82574 




Dinah Boardman 
I.D. # 82575 



363 



2 





Family Group Record - 374 






Page 1 of i 


""sband William James KEOWN-825.13.h 


h 


Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


1 

; 


Married 

11 Nov 1921 


Place 

, , South Africa 


1 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 






□ Deceased 


1 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 






□ Deceased 


Wife 

Alice Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.5.4 




Born 

19 Nov 1884 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 




MRIN: 


373 


□ Deceased 


i 


Wife's mother 

Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w 








□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 


1 


Born 

21 Feb 1924 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Robin DIMMOCK-82541h 




MRIN: 


101 






Married 

21 Aue 1948 


] Place 










Sex 
F 


Mary Frances KEOWN-82542 


1 


Bom 

1 Feb 1932 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 




1 Died 

j 12 Feb 1984 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


j 


1 Spouse 

John George DE BRUIN-82432h 




MRIN 


106 






Married 


Place 










Husband j^^^ George DE BRUIN-82432h 




Bom 

28 Feb 1932 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


Place 


1 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 






□ Deceaseo 


i 

Sex 
M 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 

John George I DE 


BRUIN-825421 


Maiden 
name 






□ Decease: 


I 


Born 

12 Jul 1956 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


1 

1 


Buried 


Place 


! 
1 


Spouse 

Pamela HYDE-825421W oc/i 




MRIN: 


108 






Married 


Place ■'""^ 











Family Group Record - 101 



Page 1 of 1 



Husband ^^^^ DIMMOCK-82541h 




Born 

1 Aug 1923 


Place 

, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


; 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

21 Aug 1948 


Place 


i 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 




Bom 

21 Feb 1924 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Wife's father 

William James KEOWN-825.13.h 




MRIN: 374 


□ Deceased 


; 1 

I 1 


Wife's mother 

Alice Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.5.4 






□ Deceased 


1 Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


! Sex 

IVl 


Robin Charles DIMMOCK-825411 




Bom 

7 Jun 1971 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Neithleish BROPHY-82541 1 




MRIN: 102 




! 


Married 

5 Jun 1971 


Place 


i Sex 

< F 


Helen Christine DI 


MMOCK-825412 




Bom 

29 Dec 1950 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Onelia Tavema TURISAN-825412h 




MRIN: 104 






Married 


Place 


1 Sex 
! F 


Margaret Mary DIMMOCK-825413 




iBom 

I 1 Jul 1952 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Garv Duncan HAMILTON maior-825413h 




MRIN: 105 






Married 


Place 


1 Sex 

! M 


William Robert DI 


MMOCK-825414 




1 Bom 

30 Sep 1954 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




; Christened 

1 


Place 




1 Died 


Place 


i 

1 
1 


I Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



14 Aug 1997 



365 



Family Group Record -111 



2 



Husband . i 

James Frencr 


1 BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 


i 


Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


Place 




Husband's father 

James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 




MRIN: 373 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w 






□ Deceased 


Wif< 


' Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 




Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Yvonne BOARDM 


AN-82571 




Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

John TORIEN-82571h 




MRIN:418 






Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Daphne BOARDM 


[AN-82572 




Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




! Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

LAMPRECHT-82572h 




MRIN: 419 




i 

1 


Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 

! F 


Valerie BOARDMAN-82573 




: Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


i 


Buried 


Place 




i Spouse 

! NEETHLING-82573h 




MRIN: 420 




1 


Married 


Place 
. . Africa 


[ Sex 
F 


iJean Dell BOARD 


MAN-82574 


1 


Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 


1 Christened 


Place 


1 Died 


Place 


I 1 Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

' John Dell BOARDMAN-82574h 




MRIN: 282 




Married 

1 1 1968 


Place 



15 Aug 1997 



Family Group Record - 1 1 1 



Page 2 of 2 



Husband 



James French BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 



Wife 



Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sbx 
F 


Dinah BOARDMAN-82575 




Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



Family Group Record - 109 



DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h 


\ 


Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 


Husband's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


' Wife 

! Mabel Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 


1 


Born 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 MRIN: 373 □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 


i 

1 


; Bom (day month year) 


Place 


i Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 


Place 


i Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


; Married 


Place 



367 



Family Group Record - 377 



3 



4 



Husband wjnjam Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 




Born 

1 Ana 1 871 


Place ] 

jL^auy vji&Vf jL^uuy \_ii&y, \^ctL/^ i iwviii^W) kjwuui /VLiiwa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

10 Apr 1899 


Place 

Mclear, Maclear, Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 




MRIN: 335 


S Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 






□ Deceased 


Wife 

Annie Sophi 


a Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 










Born 

7 Dec 1878 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

8 Sep 1953 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
r 


Georgina William '. 


BOARDMAN-8.2.7.1 


! 


Born 

20 Jan 1900 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

30 Jan 1980 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

George GREEN- 


?.2.7.1h 




MRIN: 181 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 




Born 

16 Sep 1901 


Place 

, Cape, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

15 Sep 1980 


Place 
, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Spouse 

Magdalene V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2w 




MRIN: 190 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Violet Cory BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 




Born 

26 Sep 1903 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

10 Sep 1983 


Place 
, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 






1 




Spouse 

Johann Adam Christoffel REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h 




MRIN: 198 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Carrington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 




Bom 

9 Dec 1905 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 

24 Dec 1970 


Place 
, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 










Spouse 

Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w 




MRIN: 219 




1 


Married 

30 Jan 1928 


Place 



30Jun 1997 



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""sband ^-jj^^ Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 


Wife 

Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Irene Pearl BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 




Born 

23 Sep 1908 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

4 Sep 1959 


Place 
, , Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Jorrisen Stephen JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h 


MRIN: 209 


i 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 






Born 

26 Jan 1913 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buhed 


Place 




Spouse 

Jan Albert VAN NIEKERK-8.2.7.6h 


MRIN: 211 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Hope BOARDMA 


N-8.2.7.7 


i 


Born 

Abt 1911 


Place 

, Cape, , South Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 


j 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 





Ancestry Chart for William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 

13 Aug 1997 



[— James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 
L- Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
I— Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1721) 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W (b.1690) 
Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1746 bu.1814) 
^ Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 

— William BOARDM AN Reverend-0 (b. 1 768 d. 1825) 
j ^ Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 

r- James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 (b. 1 808 d. 1 889) 
1 ^ Margaret HAYES-Ow (c. 1 772 d. 1823) 
William John BOARDMAN-8.2 (b. 1 836 d. 1 909) 
^ Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w (b.1815 d.1850) 
William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 (b.1871 d.1936) 

— James TH0MAS-x8.f (b.1790) 

^ Humphry TH0MAS-X8 h2 (b.1812 d.1848) 

— MaryLESHEY 

— Emma THOMAS-8.2 w (b.1839) 

Jane Sophia HOLDER-8W2 (d.1875) 



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Husband p^^^.^ Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 




Born 

16 Sen 1901 i 


Place 

Cane Cane Prnvince South Africa 




Christened i 


Place 




Died 


Place 

, , Afric3 




Buried 


Place 


i 


Married 


Place 




Husband's father 

William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 




MRIN: 377 


E Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 






a Deceased 


Masdalene V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2w 




Born 

30 Jul 1902 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

m 


Earl PhiUp BOARDMAN-82721 




Born 

30 Mar 1932 


Place 

, Warrenton, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Norma Isabel PEARSALL-82721w 




MRIN: 191 






Married 

1929 


Place 

, De Aar, Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


David Bernard BOARDMAN-82722 




Born 

28 May 1935 


Place 

, Warrenton, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Jean LOXTON-82722w 




MRIN: 195 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


William Charles BOARDMAN-82723 




Born 

6 Jun 1940 


Place 

, Warrenton, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Lvnette Nancy STANLEY-82723w 




MRIN: 196 




1 
1 


Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



370 



Family Group Record - 191 



2 



3 



Husband Earl PhiUp BOARDMAN-82721 




Bom 

30 Mar 1932 


Place 

, Warrenton, Cape Province, South Africa 


- 


Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

1929 


Place 

, De Aar, Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 

Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 




MRIN: 190 


B Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Magdalene V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2w 






□ Deceased 


Norma Isabel PEARS ALL-82721w 




Bom 

29 Jan 1935 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


1 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Charlene Ann BOARDMAN-82721 1 




Bom 

28 Jan 1956 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Louis Mark VANDER MERWE-82721 Ih 




MRIN: 192 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Lauren Norma BOARDMAN-82721 2 




Born 

10 Dec 1959 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Michael ALARIC-827212h 




MRIN: 194 






Married 


Place 

i 








Sex 
F 


Syndie Lou BOARDMAN-82721 3 




Bom 

30 Jan 1963 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




1 Spouse 

i Glen David WILLI AMS-8272 1 3h 




MRIN: 193 






Married 


Place 



30Jun 1997 

I 



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BEAUFORT VALE 



Rev. William Boardman's 1P20 
Settlers homesite 



Foxindation ruins of house 
and school room 

BefoT-e I96F 





Foundation -ruins of Boa-rdma 
house and school -room 

January 1994 

Rev. Wm. Boardman descendan 

Earl Boardman 

Clarence D. Taylor 
Ken Ka-rtchner 







EARL PHILIP BOARDMAN 

I.D. # 82721 
Planting a tree in com- 
memoration of Bathurst 
School 170th year. 



J. Boardman 1896 



A.N.TAYLOR FAMILY 
Front- Arthur D., Maria Dixon, 
Ruth, Arthur N., Lynn. 
Back L- Elton, Clarence, 
Alice, Henry, Kenneth 

I.D. #2.6.6 






BARKLY BRASS BAND 
1896 

THE HENRI ALEOUS EIXOK FPHIU 
I.D. # 2.6 




Clarence - Beulah's Chart 
I.D. # 2666 -I.D. # 82741 



Iris Irene Boardman Boucher 
I.D. # 8.2.8.3 




Left to Right 

Top Row - Parley S., William A., Sarah, Ernest 

Charles 0., Walter D. , LeRoy. 
Middle - Alice, Mary Smith, Sarah DeGrey, 

John D., ArthiiT D. 
Bottom - Albert ?., Harriet, Maria, Arnold. 

Picture on Wall - Henry A. Dixon 




373 



Harvesting sugar cane in 
Chiredzi, Zimbabwe, Africa 
Ken Ruth Clarence 

I.D. # 26682 I.D. # 2668 I.D.# 2666 



Descendants of William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 

13 Aug 1997 Page 1 

1 . William Charies BOARDMAN-8^.7 (b.1 871 d.1 936) 

sp: Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w (b.1878 m.1899 d.1953) 

— 2. Georgina William BOARDMAN-8.2.7. 1 (b. 1 900 d. 1 980) 

sp: George GREEN-8.2.7.1h (d.1 922) 

p 3. Rona Beryl GREEN-8271 1 (b.1 924 d.1 968) 

sp: Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 

[— 4. ORTEL-8271 11 

— 4. ORTEL-8271 12 
4. ORTEL-8271 13 

sp: Hendrik Ryne REYNEKE-8.2.7.1h2 (b.1 905 m.1928) 
p 3. Norman REYNEKE-82712 (b.1929) 
sp: Joey SMITH-82712w (b.1934) 
I — 4. Norman Hugh REYNEKE-8271 21 (b.1957) 

^ 4. Wilna REYNEKE-8271 22 (b.1959) 

sp: Calvin PITTAWAY-8271 22h (b. 1 956 m. 1 980) 

— 5. UezI PITTAWAY-8271 221 (b.1981) 

^ 5. Lorimer Ivan PITTAWAY-8271 222 (b.1 984) 
L 3. Denise REYNEKE-8271 3 (b.1 933) 

sp: Frikkie BOTHA-82713h (b.1 930 m.1956) 

— 4. Estelle BOTHA-827131 (b.1958) 

sp: Daniel Nicholas POTGIETER-827131 h (b.1954) 

— 5. Daniel Nicholas I POTGIETER-8271 311 (b.1985) 
5. Leande POTGIETER-8271 31 2 (b.1991) 

L- 4. Colin BOTHA-827132 (b.1 962) 

sp: Riana SMALKWYK-827132w (b.1964 m.1986) 

— 5. JacoBOTHA-8271321 (b.1 988) 
I— 5. Zander BOTHA-8271 322 (b.1991) 

— 2. Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 (b.1 901 d.1 980) 

sp: Magdalene V.D. WESTHUlZEN-8.2.7.2vi/ (b.1 902) 

— 3. Earl PhiUp BOARDMAN-82721 (b.1932) 

sp: Norma Isabel PEARSALL-8272 1 w (b. 1 935 m. 1 929) 

— 4. Charlene Ann BOARDMAN-82721 1 (b.1 956) 

sp: Louis Mark VANDER MERWE-82721 1h (b.1 955) 

— 5. Louis Mark I VANDER MERWE-82721 11 (b.1 980) 
L 5. Andre Neil VANDER MERWE-82721 12 (b.1982) 

— 4. Uuren Norma BOARDMAN-82721 2 (b.1959) 

sp: Michael ALARIC-827212h (b.1 957) 

— 5. Megan ALARiC-8272121 (b.1985) 
^ 4. Syndie Lou BOARDMAN-82721 3 (b.1963) 

sp: Glen David WILU AMS-8272 1 3h (b.1 956) 

— 5. NikkieLouWILLIAMS-8272131 (b.1980) 

5. Kamnen Dominque WlLLlAMS-8272132 (b.1985) 

— 3. David Bemard BOARDMAN-82722 (b.1 935) 

sp: Jean LOXTON-82722w (b. 1 940) 

|— 4. Sean BOARDMAN-827221 (b.1960) 

— 4. Shelley Ann BOARDMAN-827222 (b.1961) 
L 4. Rory BOARDMAN-827223 (b.1 962) 

I— 3. William Charles BOARDMAN-82723 (b.1 940) 
sp: Lynette Nancy STANLEY-82723w 

374 , 



— 4. Deon BOARDMAN-827231 (b.1968) 

— 4. Wayne BOARDMAN-827232 (b.1971) 
sp: Lynn LAHNER-82723w2 

2. Violet Cory BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 (b.1903 d.1983) 
sp: Johann Adam Christoffel REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h (b.1906) 

— 3. Stella RAUBENHEINER-82731 (b.1930) 

sp: Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731h (b.1918 m.1961) 

— 4. LeonDUTOIT-827311 (b.1952) 

sp: Johanna Magdalena Francina DE BRUYN-827311w (b.1956 m.1976) 

— 5. Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731 1 1 (b.1979) 

— 5. AmelDUTOrr-8273112 (b.1980) 

5. Francois DUTOrr-827311 3 (b.1984) 

— 4. Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 (b.1956) 

sp: Antoinette PIENAAR-827312w (b.1958 m.1980) 

— 5. Stel-Marie DU TOIT-82731 21 (b.1983) 

— 5.YohanineDUTOIT-8273122 (b.1986) 
L- 5. Nelandie DU TOIT-82731 23 (b.1988) 

L 4. EstelleDU TOIT-82731 3 (b.1968) 

— 3. Anna Maria Alida RAUBENHEINER-82732 (b.1933) 

sp: Hendrik Willem Nicholas ALBERTS-82732h (b.1931 m.1 953) 

— 4. Amanda Rene ALBERTS-827321 (b.1958) 

— 4. Hendrik Willem ALBERTS-827322 (b.1962) 
4. AnsuletALBERTS-827323 (b.1968) 

— 3. Shiriey RAUBENHEINER-82733 (b.1935) 

sp: Keith HILL-82733h (b. 1 935 m. 1 960) 

— 4. Kevin Patrick HlLL-827331 (b.1960) 

sp: Linda KRITZINGER-827331w (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 4. Kenneth John HILL-827332 {b.1962) 

sp: Karen OBECHOLZER-827332w (b.1964 m.1986) 
h— 5. Christine HILL-8273321 
^ 5. Christopher HILL-8273322 
I— 4. Merie Sharon HILL-827333 (b.1966) 

— 3. Unda RAUBENHEINER-82734 (b.1937) 

sp: Francis DENKEMA-82734h (b.1937 m.1937) 

— 4. Jacobus Francois DENKEMA-827341 (b.1967) 

— 4. Raubenheimer DENKEMA-827342 (b.1970) 
^ 4. Maryna DENKEMA-827343 (b.1974) 

— 3. Ignatuis van Wyk RAUBENHEINER-82735 (b.1939) 

sp: Hermine Louis LE ROUX-82735 (b. 1 941 m. 1 965) 

— 4. Juliette RAUBENHEIMER-827351 (b.1968) 

— 4. Johann Adam RAUBENHEIMER-827352 (b.1970) 
L 4. Viola-Marie RAUBENHEIMER-827353 (b.1974) 

— 3. Twin RAUBENHEINER-82736 

2. Carrington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 (b.1 905 d.1 970) 
sp: Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w (b.1908 m.1928 d.1990) 

— 3. Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 (b.1 928) 

sp: Harold LAUGHTON-82741h (b.1933 m.1966) 

— 4. Carrington Roger UVUGHTON-827411 (b.1 972) 
L- 4. Belinda MarjorieLAUGHTON-8274 12 (b.1 973) 

— 3. Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 (b.1 931) 

sp: Albert Edward WlLLIAMS-82742h (b.1 930) 
[— 4. Jennifer Anne WILLIAMS-827421 (b.1957) 

375 



sp: WADE-82742 1 h (b. 1 985) 

— 4. Wendy Jane WILLIAMS-827422 (b.1961) 

sp; Bruce PITT-827422h (nfi.1980) 

— 5. Buster William PITT-8274221 (b.1983) 

— 5. Westwood Jay PITT-8274222 (b.1985) 

— 4. Heather Lee WILLIAMS-827423 (b.1964) 

sp: Derek John BOYD-827423h (b.1952 m.1983) 
1— 5. Derek John Milner BOYD-8274231 (b.1 985) 
2. Irene Pearl BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 (b.1908 d.1959) 
sp: Jorrisen Stephen JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h (d.1959) 

— 3. Brian JOUBERT-82751 

sp: Vanessa PALELO-82751w 

— 4. Calvin JOUBERT-82751 1 

— 4. Michelle JOUBERT-82751 2 

— 4. Yvette JOUBERT-82751 3 
4. Baron JOUBERT-82751 4 

— 3. Desmond Jourisen JOUBERT-82752 
2. Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 (b.1913) 

sp: Jan Albert VAN NIEKERK-8.2.7.6h (b.1 906 d.1970) 
[— 3. Sheila VAN NIEKERK-82761 (b.1935) 

sp: Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761h (b.1933 m.1955 d.1976) 
j— 4. Jacobus Albert MALHERBE-82761 1 (b.1956) 
j sp: UsaNEL-827611w (m.1981) 

p 5. Harriet MALHERBE-82761 11 {b.1982) 

5. Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761 12 (b.1985) 

— 4. Olga Margret MALHERBE-82761 2 (b.1 957) 

sp: Johannes Hemianus Eugene JOUBERT-82761 2h (b. 1 955 m. 1 983) 

— 5. Dominique JOUBERT-82761 21 (b.1983) 
5. Cherise JOUBERT-82761 22 (b.1985) 

^ 4. Sheiiagh MALHERBE-82761 3 (b. 1 965 d. 1987) 

sp: Pieter Johannes Hennan Bl RK-82761 3h (m. 1 984) 

— 3. William Olan VAN NIEKERK-82762 (b.1 939) 

sp: Anna NEL-82762W (b.1 941 m. 1959) 

— 4. William Olan I VAN NIEKERK-827621 (b.1961) 

sp: Amelia BEZUIDENHOUDT-827621w (b.1965 m.984) 
5. Chantel VAN NIEKERK-827621 1 (b.198) 

— 4. Maureen VAN NIEKERK-827622 (b.1 964) 

— 4. Olga VAN NIEKERK-827623 (b.1 969) 

L 4. Mary-Ann VAN NIEKERK-827624 (b.1971) 

— 3. Jan Albert I VAN NIEKERK-82763 (b.1 952) 

sp: Elize KRAUNAUW-82763w (b.1950 m.1977) 
2. Hope BOARDM AN-8.2.7.7 (b. 1 91 1 ) 



376 



Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. l 



8 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



4 James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 



2 William John BOARDMAN-8.2 



1836 



1909 



-- 335 



1 William Charles BQARDMAN-8.2.7 



Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 
(Spouse of no. 1 ) 



3 EmmaTHOMAS-8.2w 



B: 28 Feb 1839 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



B: 22 Jul 1808 
P : Newton.Lancs., England 
M: 17 Feb 1834 -- 334 
P: 

D:22 Aug 1889 

P : Barkley East,Cape Province.South Africa 



B : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield,Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 - 311 
P : Lathom,Ormskirk,Lancaster,England 
D:22 Aug 1825 

P : Bathurst,Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



Margaret HAYES-Ow 



C:Oct 1772 

P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington,L,England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst„Cape/Good Hope,South Africa 



10 



Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w 



B: 1815 

P : Newton,Lancs., England 
D: 12 May 1850 

P : Burgersdorp,Cape Province.South Africa 



11 



B: 1 Aug 1871 

P : Lady Grey.Lady Grey,CP,South Africa 
M: 10 Apr 1899 - 377 

IP : Mclear,Maclear,Cape Province,South Africa 
D: 15 Dec 1936 



12 James THOMAS-x8.f 



6 Humphry THOMAS-x8 h2 



B: 1812 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 
M: 14 May 1838 - 383 
P : Bathurst„Cape Province.South Africa 
D: 18 Jan 1848 

P : Grahamstown..Cape Province.South Africa 



13 



B: 1790 
P : ..Wales 
M: -382 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



Mary LESHEY 



14 



Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 



B: 

P : ..Cape Province.South Africa 
D:20ctl875 

P : Lady Grey„Cape Province.South Africa 



15 



13 Aug 1997 



377 



Family Group Record - 219 



Husband q^^^^^ BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 




Bom 


Place 

Cane Province South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 

A fripo 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

30 Jan 1928 


Place 




Husband's father 

William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 




MRIN: 377 


E Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 






K Deceased 


Wife 

Sophia EUzabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w 




Born 

16 Jan 1908 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

31 Dec 1990 


Place 




Burled 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


, Sex 
F 


Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 




Bom 

7 Nov 1928 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Harold LAUGHTON-82741h 




MRIN: 220 






Married 

27 Oct 1966 


Place 


Sex 
F 


, Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 










Bom 

22 May 1931 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Albert Edward WlLLIAMS-82742h 




MRIN: 221 






Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



378 



Family Group Record - 220 



Husband ^^^^^ LAUGHTON-82741h 




Bom 

4 Apr 1933 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

27 Oct 1966 


Place 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name{s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 




Bom 

7 Nov 1928 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Carrington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 MRIN: 219 K Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w a Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Carrington Roger LAUGHTON-82741 1 




Bom 

4 Apr 1972 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Belinda Maijorie LAUGHTON-82741 2 




Bom 

31 Jul 1973 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



379 



BOARDMAN DESCEDANTS 






Sarah Boardman 



Mrs. James Boardman 



James Hayes Boardman 




I.D. # 82741 



I.D. # 82721 




I.D. # 2666 



Beulah Clarence 



Earl Boardman 





Beulah Carrington Harold LAUGHTON I.D. # 82741 Boliilda 



380 



Ancestry Chart for Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 



12 Aug 1997 



Page 1 



p James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 
Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
r- Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1721) 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W {b.1690) 
Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1746 bu.1814) 
Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 
William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 (b.1768 d.1825) 
^ Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 
[— James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 (b. 1 808 d. 1889) 
Margaret HAYES-Ow (c.1772 d.1823) 
r- William John BOARDMAN-8.2 (b. 1 836 d. 1909) 
L- Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w (b.1815 d.1850) 
f— William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 (b.1871 d.1936) 
|— James TH0MAS-x8.f (b.1790) 

— Humphry TH0MAS-X8 h2 {b.1812 d.1848) 
MaryLESHEY 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w {b.1839) 

— Jane Sophia HOLDER-8W2 (d.1875) 
f— Can-ington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 (b. 1 905 d. 1970) 

L Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w (b. 1 878 d. 1953) 
ih Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 (b.1928) 
Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w (b.1908 d.1990) 



381 



Family Group Record - 221 



Albert Edward WILLIAMS-82742h 




t3om 


, , , south Arnca 


Christened 


Place — . 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place ■ 


Married 


Place 




nusoana s lainer 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


□ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 


n Deceased 


Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 




bom 

22 May 1931 


, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place — 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place — 


wiie s lainer 

Carrington BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 


MRIN: 219 E Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w 


SI Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 




sex 
F 


Jennifer Anne WIL 


,LIAMS-827421 




Born 

21 Dec 1957 


Place " ■ 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place — 


Died 


Place — 


Buried 


Place ■ 


apouse 

WADE-827421h 


MRIN- 279 


Marnea 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Wendy Jane WILLIAMS-827422 




bom 

30 Mar 1961 


Place — 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place — 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place — 


bpouse 

Bruce PITT-827422h 


MRIN- 29/? 


Marnea 

20 Feb 1980 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Heather Lee WILLIAMS-827423 ' 




bom 

13 May 1964 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place ' 


Died 


Place ■ — ! 


Buried 


Place — 


bpouse 

Derek John BOYD-827423h 


MRIN- 994 


Married 

10 Sen 1983 


Place ■ — ■ 



19 Aug 1997 



382 



ID# 8.2.8 

ALFRED HERBERT BOARDMAN 



Alfred Herbert Boardman, eighth child and sixth son of William John Boardman and 
Emma Thomas, was bom August 8, 1873 at Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa. 

He spent his youthftil days in the Barkly, Maclear, Lady Grey area. 

When Alfred was about sixteen years of age, the Boardman family was living on the 
Boardman Family Farm "Ashton". The following incident, which occurred at the farm, was 
reported in the East London Dispatch on January 18, 1890: 

"An accident took place on the ferm of Mr. W. Boardman, on the 23rd Dec, by which 
a native child about 10 or 12 years old lost his life. Three Kafir men with the boy were 
crossing the Pot River at the drift on Mr. Boardman' s farm with a wagon and oxen. The little 
fellow was leading, and three Basutos sitting on the wagon, when the current proved too 
strong for the child, and he was swept away, the three men looking on in surprise, and not 
atten^ting to help the little fellow. 

Alfred Boardman (about 15 years old) at once stripped and plunged into the water to 
try and save the native boy, but although diving and swimming about for some time, he was 
xmable to discover the boy. 

I think Alfred Boardman deserves a little more than thanks, and I also think the three 
men ought to be punished for their cowardly conduct in the matter." 

Alfred Herbert Boardman married Johanna Etresia Naude on January 23, 1900 at 
Hillside Parish, Maclear, Cape Province, SouthAfrica. 

Their children are: 



Henry Herbert Boardman 

Millicent Magdalena Emma Boardman 



18 Sep 1901 



1900 



Iris Irene Boardman 



10 Nov 1903 



William Frances Boardman 



14 Nov 1907 



Ada Johanna Boardman 



21 Nov 1911 



383 



Family Group Record - 378 



2 



3 



4 



Husband Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 




Born 

8 Aug 1873 


Place 

Barkly East, Barkly East, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Burled 


Place 


Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 


MRIN: 335 S Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 


□ Deceased 


Wife 

Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w 




Bom 

1880 


Place 

, Maclear, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


m' Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8. 1 




Born 

1900 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Maggie VAN WYK-8.2.8.1w 


MRIN: 139 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Millicent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 




Bom 

18 Sep 1901 


Place 

Maclear, , Cape, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

23 Dec 1982 


Place 

East Rand, , Transvaal, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 


MRIN: 1 


Married 

1920 


Place 


T Iris Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.8.3 




Bom 

10 Nov 1903 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Harrv Cameron BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 


MRIN: 172 


Married 

Aor 1924 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Sex 
M 


WUliam Frances BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 




Bom 

14 Nov 1907 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

10 Jul 1986 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Anna Susanna FRITZ-8.2.8.4W 


MRIN: 173 


Married 

24 Aor 1931 


Place 



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Family Group Record - 378 



Husband Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 


Wife 

Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Ada Johanna BOA 


Ea)MAN-8.2.8.5 




Bom 

21 Nov 1911 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

John Hill WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h MRIN: 178 


Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



385 



Family Group Record - 1 



2 



3 



4 



Husband ^^^^ Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 




Bom 

17 Alio 1 RQfi 


Place 

^tanHprtnn Tr^n^v^i^l South AfriPJi 

O tCUlU&i 1^11) f 1 L Alio V clCLlf kJUUUJ xVlllWQ 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

91 Anr 1 0"^? 


Place 

VilirxAncrlnf Oriintrp Pr/=*p Stat South Afnr'a 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

1920 


Place 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

MilUcent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 




Bom 

18 Sep 1901 


Place 

Maclear, , Cape, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

23 Dec 1982 


Place \ 
East Rand, , Transvaal, South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 MRIN: 378 □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Alfred Thomas FR 


[TZ-82821 




Bom 

1 1 Oct 1922 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

9 Sep 1954 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Hester DU PLESSIS-82821w MRIN: 150 


fyiarried 

18 Aug 1942 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 




Born 

30 Sep 1923 


Place 

Polela, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Wertham Ward CWallv) DIXON-82822h MRIN: 2 


Married 

26 Aue 1944 


Place 

Johannesburg, , Cape, South Africa 


Sex 

F Millicent Etresia F 


RITZ-82823 




Bom 

12Jun 1925 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Jan Albertus PRETORIUS-82823h MRIN: 158 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


RoelfFRITZ-82824 




Bom 

14Jun 1928 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Peesv Beatrice RAW-82824w MRIN: 163 


Married 

1952 


Place 

, . , South Africa 



30Junl997 ' 386 



Family Group Record - 1 



Page 2 of 2 



5 



6 



7 



Husband ^^^^ Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 


Wife 

MilUcent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Frederick John FR] 


[TZ-82825 




Born 

4 Aug 1930 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Jeanette Kathleen STOREY-82825w MRIN: 4 1 7 


Married 

26 Feb 1951 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Sybil FRITZ-82826 




Born 

1 Feb 1934 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Siebert UYS-82826h MRIN: 166 


Married 

1951 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Ivy Doreen FRITZ-82827 




Bom 

21 Jun 1936 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Tielman ROOS-82827h MRIN: 169 


Married 

29 Jan 1955 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



387 




Meggan Pierre Grant Dawn 
I.D.# 828221 




Kenneth Meggan Pierre Dawn 
I.D.# 26682 I.D.# 828221 



388 



Family Group Record - 2 



2 



3 



4 



Husband ^^^^^ ^^^.^j (^aUy) DIXON-82822h 




Bom 

26 May 1920 


Place 

Brakpan, , Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 Aor 1976 


Place 

Fast London Cane South Africa 




Buried 


Place 
Cremated 




Married 

26 Aug 1944 


Place 

Johannesburg, , Cape, South Africa 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 




Bom 

30 Sep 1923 


Place 

Polela, , Natal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 




MRIN: 1 


B Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Millicent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 






B Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

r 


Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 




Born 

9 Sep 1945 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Pierre BRUMMER-828221h 




MRIN: 154 






Married 

17 Dec 1966 


Place 

, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Afnca 


Sex 
F 


Shirley DIXON-828222 




Born 

13 Jul 1948 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Fredrick A. BROOKS-828222h 




MRIN: 157 






Married 

15 Feb 1975 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Wallace Walter DIXON-828223 










Bom 

8 Sep 1951 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Denese Alice HERITAGE-828223w 




MRIN: 156 






Married 

15 Sep 1973 


Place 

, Aliwal North, Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Audrey Muriel DIXON-828224 




Bom 

11 Mar 1955 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Neville Trevor INTRONA-828224h 




MRIN: 155 




1 Married 

! 26 Nov 1977 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



•I.D. # S2822 



1964 CHRISTMAS DAY 
East London, CP. South Africa 

DIXON FAMILY 



Descendants of Rev. William Boardman 



1. 


Meggan Brummer 


11. 


Shirley Brooks (nee Dixon) 


2. 


Wallace Dixon 


12. 


Fred Brooks 


3. 


Dennis Dixon 


13. 


Pierre Brummer 


4. 


Amanda Dixon 


14. 


Dawn Brummer (nee Dixon) 


5. 


Audrey Introna (nee Dixon) 


15. 


Lee Ann Dixon 


6. 


Neville Introna 


16. 


Warren W. Dixon 


7. 


Muriel Dixon 


17. 


Natalie Brooks 


8. 


Nadine Introna 


18. 


Grant Brummer 


9. 


Tanen Introna 


19. 


Christine Introna was born 



Sept. 1984 




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Pierre BRUMMER-828221h 





Born 

O T,,1 1 QOQ 

o Jul lyjy 


Place 

, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

17 Dec 1966 


Place 

, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 




Born 

9 Sep 1945 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h MRIN: 2 S Deceased 


Wife's nnother 

Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Grant BRUMMER-828221 1 




Born 

6 Feb 1971 


Place 

, Bulawayo, Rhodesia, Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Meggan BRUMMER-828221 2 




Bom 

23 Mar 1973 


Place 

, Bulawayo, Rhodesia, Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married | Place 



30 Jun 1997 



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392 



L 



Ancestry Chart for Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 



12 Aug 1997 



Page 1 



Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 



r- Wertham Ward (WaUy) DIXON-82822h (b. 1 920 d. 1976) 
Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 (b.1945) 

j p Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h (b. 1 896 d. 1937) 
L Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 (b.1923) 

p James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 

1— Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
as BOARDMAN-03.4 (b. 1 72 1 ) 
Isabel HARRISON-04.3W (b.1690) 
(b.1746 bu.1814) 
Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 
Wniiam BOARDMAN Reverend-0 (b.1768 d.1825) 
I— Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 
James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 (b.1808 d.1889) 
Margaret HAYES-Ow (c. 1 772 d. 1823) 
p William John BOARDMAN-8.2 (b. 1 836 d. 1909) 
L- Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w (b.1815 d.1850) 
Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 (b. 1 873) 

James TH0MAS-x8.f (b. 1 790) 
hry TH0MAS-X8 h2 (b.1812 d.1848) 
Mary LESHEY 
Emma THOMAS-8.2 w (b.1 839) 

Jane Sophia HOLDER-8W2 (d.1875) 



^ MiUicent Magdalene Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 (b. 1 901 d. 1 982) 
Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w (b.1 880) 



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I. D.# 82P221 



LIFE ON A CANE FARM m ZIMBABWE 
Dawn Dixon Bnunmer 
1997 

How can I describe vjhat is for me a piece of heaven? Situated in the southeast comer 
of Zimbabwe, in wiiat is termed the lowveld, are three big agricultural estates. They have been 
made possible by irrigation and the main crop is sugar cane. Thousands of hectares (1 hectare 
= 2.47 acres) are planted to cane, a sea of green in the African busL The tree estates are 
Triangle; Hippo Valley, on the edge of Chiredzi; and Mkwasine, closer to the border with 
Mozambique. Our ferm, "Menslage," is on the fringe of the Mkwasine Estate. 

Our summers are approximately nine months long and very hot. Often we live with 
tenqjeratures above 40 degree C (104 degree F) day and night for weeks on end. This is when 
we experience the hot air, the heat that is like a dead weight, as though clinging to one for 
support! For me it is total bliss. . .1 love the heat. 

We are now surrounded by game conservancies and the Gona-re-zhou National Park 
is near. The droughts and poachers reduced the number of animals, but sterling work by some 
local conservationists and their breeding programs have brought increasing game in recent 
years. 

The cacophony of the soimds of Africa and the bush, different in day and night, the 
smells and the sights of Africa surround us. We have animals at every turn: in the bush, along 
the roads, and in the cane fields - where they cause so much damage as they feast at will, 
especially the baboons and monkeys. Recently we were paid a visit by four yoimg bull 
elephants, AWOL from Gona-re-zhou. They traipsed through the yoimg cane fields, pulling 
up "green food," only to discard it in disgust for it was too immature to be sweet. Then they 
left their calling cards - elephant dung - and went off on their travels. We raised John Tayler 
who contacted the conservancies and Gona-re-zhou: "Who has lost four elephants?" Gona-re- 
zhou' s trackers had bst them. Out came trackers and spotter planes, a whirlwind of activity! 
They had to get them into a safe area before the poachers got to them. 

We watch the cane season as it unfolds, each year preparing the land, cutting and 
planting the seed cane, irrigating; the cane fires at harvest, the cutting, stacking, and haulage. 



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At maturity, 3 meters (almost 10 feet) tall, the cane is a veritable sea of green. For us, it is a 
labor-intensive crop, unlike the large estates where much of the process is mechanized. Most 
of the cane cutters are contractors who move into our compound for the 8-month season. 

The gardens, particularly on the ferms, are tropical and often spectacular. Everything 
grows rapidly and vigorously. These garden are paradise for birds, butterflies, leguanes 
(iguanas), and other small animals. The unique baobab trees are a feature of the lowveld. 

And life her for us, too is paradise. We have it all. 



Isolation- 

Away from the madding crowds. 
Away from the crime of cities. 
Away from the noise of humans. 
Away from their pollution. 

A haven for children. 

To grow up safe. 

To learn from the land. 



It is my slice of heaven. 




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I.D.# 82822 Ih 

PIERRE BRUMMER 

MY RHODESIAN WAR INVOLVEMENT 

When Dawn and I were married on December 17, 1966, 1 was engaged in farming in 
Southern Rhodesia at the Estate, known as South Eastern Development, before they were 
bought out by Anglo American and Hewletts and became known as Mkwasine Estates. 

In 1971 we were lucky enough to be at the right place at the right time to apply for 
one of the farms put up for settlement by the Estates, as per Government of the days 
development agreement. My ^plication for one of these units was successfiil and this meant 
that I became a Settlement Farmer on my own piece of ground, all 1 52 hectares of intensive 
cotton and wheat production, with a couple of soya bean crops as rotation thrown in. We 
were allocated Farm 8 officially known as Lot 4 of Mkwasine Central, District of Ndanga. 

These farms came with a house, shed and a compound toilet block, lands ready for 
planting our first crop of cottoiL 

MY FLYING LIFE 

It was here in 1974 that three of rny neighbors bought a Piper Colt plane and hired an 
instructor to come to the Estates and teach those that were interested to fly. I was at that time 
not interested like several others, and stood by and watched them get their licences. After this. 
Dot Tayler decided if her husband was going to fly, why shouldn't she do the same. A 
telephone call to me was made to join the new group, this I did and fi"om then on fiin and 
games started. 

The first essential exams, such as student aviation law were passed 99%. I was 
hooked. I decided to buy my own plane, a Piper Tripacer, VP-WDT. Some of the remaining 
exams I passed except Met. Here I developed a mental block, but here with the help of my 
dad on the next exam was a walk over. 

The more I tried to get my license the more finstrated I got. I changed instructors and 
halfway through my first tester, he said I hadn't been taught very well The same with my 
second tester, who took over the controls. Discouraged and ready to quit, I bumped into a 
fiiend, Brian Noblet, who took me under his wings and started giving me flying lessons. 



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Lessons started and soon I had the hang of things and was flying fairly well. At my 
next test at Chiredzi, everything fell into place and I proved that I could fly an aircraft. What 
a relief, at last I was independent the airspace was open to me to get places without having 
to drive. What a pleasure. 

With the war bolting up after the declaration of independence by the Smith 
Government, I did a feir amount of flying for private individuals, plus a regular weekly flight 
for Chisumbanje Estates. These involved taking the General Manager, wife and at times staflF 
members to Mutare. Sometimes I would spend the day there, waiting for them, other times, 
it was a case of drop and pick up a few days later. I was always treated royally, looked after 
for hmch and at that time there was this fentastic bakery which I supported every time I flew 
up by buying delicious bread and cookies, to take home. 

On one occasion when I had to fly the aircraft engineer fi"om Mkwasine to 
Chisumbanje, so that he could repair the crop spraying aircraft, I had to land on a road that 
had been turned into a makeshift airstrip for the crop sprayer. On arrival, the accountant was 
there, and he asked if I would mind flying him to Buf&lo Range Airport to collect the wages 
for the Estate while Dick was busy repairing their aircraft. No problem to yours truly. Soon 
we were airborne and on our way. On landing, there was the bank ojQficials with aU the money, 
little did I know it was going to be mostly silver. So first we loaded it into the boot of the 
plane. The weight is so great that the tail drops to the ground and even -with lots of power she 
wont pick up its tail Next trick is to shift the money to passenger seats, on the floor, on the 
fi'ont seats and wherever. The plane is sitting very nicely, level, so A for away, start up and 
all seems great. OS we go roaring down the runway, we literally stagger into the air and head 
for the Estate. We arrive at the makeshift runway and every time I pull the throttle back to 
reduce speed, the plane starts to loose height fast. Anyway, I made up my mind to land come 
what may, and made my touch down at 100 mph as against the rule of thumb 80 mpL Heavy 
braking was required before the road ran out, but happy to be on the ground. The lesson 
leamed here was to find out what sort of money and how much. I can assure you money for 
an Estate for a weeks cotton picking is exceptionally heavy. 

THE RHODESIAN WAR AND MY INVOLVEMENT 

The Rhodesian War started to take on new proportions and man power started to 



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become very important for government. As the days progressed, more and more men were 
called up. The ages of call went up fix)m the 18-25 to the 38 and eventually 45, in which I fell. 
They eventual^ went even further to the 60 and over. Everybody became involved some way 
or other. 

As I had been flying for sometime now and I had built up a feir amount of hours, I 
applied to do my call up with the Department of Internal Affairs. On several occasions I 
received rny papers to report to Chikumbi to undergo normal guard force training. Every time 
I got exenpted on the grounds that I was trying to get into their flying division. Eventually, 
I received my final call up. I realized that this time I was going to have to do normal training 
and resigned myself to do same. On the appointed day I with 130 others reported for duty. 
We had to wait for the afternoon for the doctors to arrive, but in the meantime we were 
issued with our crummy uniforms; shown how to make a bed pack and all the other lousy and 
stupid army rules. 

Our lunch that day was fantastic and very tasty and after having eaten we were told 
to get into the l^althy and not so healthy groups. The canp commandant came forward and 
started by asking for Brummer, before saying anything else. After identifying myself^ and his 
surprise to see me in the sickly group because of my back problem, he said that whether I 
liked it or not, I was to report to Charles Prince the next morning to take my duties with the 
flying divisiorL After they sorted out all the calliq)ees, he asked if I wanted to stay in can^ for 
the night or be taken to town. After having seen all that was expected of the new recruits, I 
decided I would rather leave as soon as possible just in case they changed their minds about 
me. No problem, they supplied me with a 7 tonne lorry as transport, and soon I was once 
again enjoying the luxury of the Jameson Hotel 

Next morning, very early, I dashed off to Prince to report for duty. The head of the 
flying division. Ken Brown, had already flown off for the day, so I had to wait for their return 
late that evening. On their arrival around five p.m., who should jump out of the plane but the 
Secretary of Internal Affairs who informed me that they had not finalized my appointment, 
and that I should go and do my training at Chikumbi the next day. I then told them that they 
were fiilly subscribed. He turned around and said I was to go home and await further orders. 
So started my army career. What a joy to be able to ffy home and once again farm. The family 



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was surprised to see me, as they had resigned themselves that for the next six weeks they 
would be running aroimd sleeping at various venues. 

Soon after, having been accepted into the airwing division, I was told to change my 
clobber given to me at Chikurubi for what Intaff called their number one outfit. From a rough 
khaki longs and shirts to high quality khaki shirts, trousers, toecap shoes, the Intafif belt and 
red beret. I was given the Fort Victoria, now known as Masvingo area to fly. I would be 
stationed for six weeks at a time in Fort Victoria and fly where ever Internal Affairs wanted 
to go. My area included Naunetsi, along the Limpopo River and Mozambique border to this 
side of Chipingi. One would fly every day. On those days that I flew for Chiredzi, I would 
contact Dawn to meet me at the Mkwasine airstrip to collect my dirty washing. This would 
be handled quickfy and efficient^ and on my return trip, Ernest, our domestic worker, would 
be waiting at the same venue for me to collect the freshly washed and ironed washing. For my 
sleeping arangements, I was accommodated at the Chiveron Hotel, all expenses paid, treated 
like a king, until problems developed, at which time the Provincial Commissioner had a 
caravan re-sprayed and refurbished and I took residence in the caravan park. 

After a long struggle with the higher arched, I managed to convince them that it 
would be a great idea if I took over the Chiredzi district conpletely on a permanent basis. The 
joy of this system was the feet that I could organize my femily operation in conjimction with 
the daily flying. It was not necessary to arrive early in the morning every day and sit around 
until needed. If they wanted to start flying at say 9 a.m, then I would be at the Hippo Strip 
at that time. I would fly until they needed me no longer for the day. This meant that whatever 
time I finished f^ong I could go home. I was only a telephone call away and if an une^qjected 
flight had to be made I could nip across and do it. 

My main task was to fly Internal Affairs personnel and urgently needed spares and 
provisions to the many "Keeps" (Security Villages which were built for the residence of a 
communal ferming area v/bo built their houses within a security fence which was guarded by 
Internal Affairs military men). Inside this area were schools, health clinics, stores and so forth. 
The idea was to give the people protection fi-om the outside warmongers, they still did their 
farming outside this fenced area during the day. It was also a means of getting our District 
OfiBcers and Senior staff members to these areas feirly safely as the roads were land mined 



399 



and ambushed, so traveling by road was a hazardous affair. It was Government policy to 
introduce health clinics, schools and social activities plus agricultural schemes to each village. 
These villages came under attack on many occasions, so we had a guard force contingent at 
each village. Also at each point was a quickly constructed airstrip so we could land within 
walking distance of these villages. 

As I made many tr^)s in and out of these various airstrq)s daily, I had to be very aware 
that my aircraft and passengers became sitting targets with every takeoff and landing. The 
procedure we followed for every landing was to inform the Keep that we were landing in say 
1 5 minutes time, they would send a contingent of guard force personnel to clear the strip of 
possible land mines and opposition forces and stand guard while we landed and during the 
period we were bu^ in the Keep. Even so, one had to approach each landing cautiously and 
try something new every time. The "Books", as we referred to them, were very much aware 
that the windsock would basically tell them which way the aircraft would land. They could 
be waiting for you in the right position to do you a disfevor. My attitude was to judge the 
weather and winds, and where possible, land with the wind, drop out of the sky from a dizzy 
height, or sneak in at a very low, such as below tree height. I flew between ninety and a 
hundred hours a month so could have been a prime target. 




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Family Group Record - 157 



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Husband pj-gdnck A. BROOKS-828222h 




Born 

ll inov iy40 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

15 Feb 1975 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wif 


^ Shirley DIXON-828222 




Bom 

13 Jul 1948 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 


Chhstened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h MRIN: 2 E Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 




S6X 

M ; Mark Frederick BROOKS-8282221 




Born 

29 Oct 1978 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Natalie Suzanne B] 


ROOKS-8282222 




Born 

17 Sep 1981 


Place 

, Johannesburg, TransvaaL South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



12 Aug 1997 



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Family Group Record - 156 Page ot 


""s^'and ^^^^g Waiter DIXON-828223 




Born 

R <;/>n 1 QS1 


Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place ■ 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

15 Sep 1973 


Place 

, Ahwal North, Cape Province, South Africa 




MusDana s rather 

Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h 


MRIN: 2 S Deceased 




Husband's nnother 

Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 


□ Deceased 


Wif 


Denese AHce HERITAGE-828223w 




Bom 

24 Nov 1947 


, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place ^ 




Wiie s tather 
Given name(s) 


Last 

□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
r 


Amanda DIXON-828223 1 




Bom 

18 Jun 1974 


Place ' — 

, Aliwal North, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place — 




Died 


Place — 




Buried 


Place — — 




bpouse 




Marned 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Warren Ward DIXON-8282232 




Bom 

25 May 1976 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




spouse 




Marned 


Place — 


Sex 
F 


Lee-Ann DIXON-8282233 




Bom 

11 Feb 1981 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place ■ 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




bpouse 




Marned 


Place 


30 Jun 1997 


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2 



3 



Husband Neville Trevor INTRONA-828224h 




Bom 

la Jul lyjj 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

26 Nov 1977 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Audrev Muriel DIXON-828224 




Bom 

11 Mar 1955 


Place 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h MRIN: 2 E Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Tanen Catherine INTRONA-8282241 




Bom 

6 Jul 1979 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Nadine Sharon EST] 


rRONA-8282242 




Born 

9 Feb 1982 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Christine Bemanette INTRONA-8282243 




Bom 

4 Sep 1985 


Place 

, East London, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


1 Place 



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BRUMMER FAMILY 
I.D. #828221 



DIXON FAMILY 
I.D. # 828223 




Meggan Pierre Grant Dawn 

Amanda Leanne Denise Wally Warren 




Muriel Hester Fritz Johan Thomas Fritz Millicent Magdalena 

I.D. # 82822 I D- # 8382 Emma Boardman 



BROOKS FAMILY INTRONA FAMILY 

I.D. # 828222 I-D- # 828224 




Mark Natalie Shirley Fredrick Neville Nadine Christine Audry Tanen 



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Husband xigiman ROOS-82827h 




Bom 

14 Au2 1930 


Place 

South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

29 Jan 1955 


Place 

, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Iw Doreen FRITZ-82827 




Born 

21 Jun 1936 


Place 

, , Natal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 




MRIN: 1 


S Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Millicent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 






Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

F 


YolandeROOS-828271 


1 
1 


Born 

28 Nov 1955 


Place 

, Vereeniging, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Nice OLWAGEN-828271h 




MRIN: 170 






IVIarried 

6 Sen 1975 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Deidre ROOS-828272 




Bom 

1958 


Place 

, Vereeniging, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1958 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


' Beverley ROOS-828273 










Born 

15 Jan 1962 


Place 

, Vereeniging, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h 




MRIN: 171 






Married 

4Mav 1985 


Place 


Sex 
F 


LydiaROOS-828274 




Born 

25 Jul 1972 


Place 

, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Andries ("Chaka") WILLEMSE 




MRIN: 541 






Married 

29 Jan 1993 


Place 

, , South Africa 



FRITZ ROOS WEDDING 




FAMILY WEDDING FOR LYDIA ROOS 







I.D. # 


1 - 


Deon du Plessis 


828273 h 


2 - 


Beverley Roos 


828273 


3 - 


Tielman Roos 


82827 h 


U - 


Andries "Chaka" Willerase 828274 


5 - 


Amanda du Plessis 


8282731 


6 - 


Lydia Roos 


828274 


7 - 


Ivy Doreen Fritz 


82827 


8 - 


Yolande Roos 


828271 


9 - 


Nico Olwagen 


828271 h 


10- 


Karin Olwagen 


8282712 


11- 


Nico Jr. Olwagen 


8282711 


12- 


Deon Jr . du Plessis 


8282731 



406 



Pedigree Chart 



Descendants of 



1 



2 Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 



B: 17 Aug 1896 

P : Standerton„Transvaal,South Africa 

M: 1920 -- 1 

P: 

D:21 Apr 1937 

P : Viijoensdrif„Orange Free Stat,South Africa 



B: 
P: 

D: 
P: 



1 Ivy Doreen FRrrZ-82827 



B:21 Jun 1936 
P : „Natal,South Africa 
M: 29 Jan 1955 - 169 
P : ,Johannesburg,Transvaal.South Africa 
D: 



6 Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 



Tielman ROOS-82827h 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 iMUlicent Magdalena E BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 



B:8 Aug 1873 

P : Barkly East,Barkly East,CP,South Africa 
M: --378 
P : ...South Africa 
D: 



B: 18 Sep 1901 

P : Maciear„Cape,South Africa 
D : 23 Dec 1982 

P : East Rand„Transvaal,South Africa 



7 Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2.8 w 



B : 1880 

P : .Maclear.Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



1. Tielman ROOS-82827h (b.1930) 

_ spHw Doreen FRITZ-82827 (b.1936 m.1 955) 
2. Yolande ROOS-828271 (b.1955) 
sp: Nico OLWAGEN-828271h (b.1944 m.1975) 
3. Nico Jr. OLWAGEN-828271 1 (b.1 976) 
3. Karin OLWAGEN-828271 2 (b. 1 979) 
2. Deidre ROOS-828272 (b. 1 958 d. 1 958) 
— 2. Beverley ROOS-828273 (b.1 962) 

sp: Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h (b.1 958 m.1 985) 
3. Amanda DU PLESSIS-8282731 (b.1 987) 
2. Lydia ROOS-828274 (b.1 972) 
sp: Andries ("Chaka") WILLEMSE (b.1968 m.1993) 



10 



11 



12 WiUiam John BOARDMAN-8.2 



13 



B : 1836 
P: 

M: -335 
P: 

D: 1909 
P: 



Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 



B: 28 Feb 1839 

P : Grahamstown„Cape Province.South Africa 

D: 

P: 



14 



15 



B; 
P; 
D: 
P; 



UAug 1997 



407 



Family Group Record - 225 



2 



3 



4 



Husband ^^^^ Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 




Bom 

A Ton 1 97"^ 
^ Jan Lo / J 


Place 


Christened 

J rcu 1 o / D 


Place 

T QiinctAn A1iii/^1 Mr\rth xr*iifh Att*i/^q 
J L^aUlloLCll, /\llWai INUIUI, OUUUl /ViilL-a 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 


Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-8.2 


MRIN: 335 E Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 


□ Deceased 


Wife 

MicheUe Maria CORY-8.2.9 w 




Born 

16 Apr 1881 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

6 Nov 1964 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


□ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 


□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 




Sex 
F 


Gwendoline Mildred BOARDMAN-8.2.9. 1 




Bom 

6 Nov 191 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Francois Petrus (Fannie) NELL-8.2.9.1h 


MRIN: 226 


Married 


Place 


S6X ' 

M William George BOARDMAN-8.2.9.2 




Bom 

15 Oct 1914 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Maria Maedalena MAYHEW-8.2.9.2w 


MRIN: 231 


Married 

16 Oct 1939 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Joy Daphne BOARDMAN-8.2.9.3 




Bom 

30 Oct 1916 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Gordon MOLE-8 


.2.9.3h 


MRIN: 238 




Married 


1 Place 

1 


Sex 
F 


' Thora BOARDMAN-8.2.9.4 




Born 

16 Dec 1918 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

21 Aug 1992 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

ChristoDhel Liebenbere BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 


MRIN: 239 


Married 


Place 



30Junl997 4 08 



Family Group Record - 225 



Husband 


Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 


Wife 


MicheUe Maria CORY-8.2.9 w 


Children 


List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



M Valentine Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 





Born 

30 Jun 1920 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Marie ERAMUS- 


8.2.9.5W 


MRIN: 240 




Marrled 

30 Jun 1948 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Donald Clarence BOARDMAN-8. 2.9.6 




Bom 

8 Aug 1922 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

24 Sep 1961 


Place 




Buried 


Place 

, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa 




Spouse 

Judith Susara MOOLMAN-8.2.9.6w 


MRIN: 243 




Married 

7 Jun 1948 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Olive Thelma BOARDMAN-8.2.9.7 




Bom 

3 Nov 1924 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Georee ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


MRIN: 246 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Cynthia May BOARDMAN-8.2.9.8 




Bom 

12 Aug 1927 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Jurie GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 


MRIN: 247 




Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



409 



410 



Rev. William Boardman's Child # 9 



Section XI 

WILLIAM JOHN BOARDMAN 

1811 - 1869 

Mary Ann Caldecot 

1812 - 18 



411 



WILLIAM JOHN BOARDMAN 
1811 - 1869 



William John Boardman, bom 14 Feb. 1 81 1 in Blackburn, England, was the 4th son and 9th 
child of Rev. William Boardman and Margaret Hayes. He was eight years of age when he with his 
family emigrated from Depthford, London, England on the ship La Belle Alliance with, the Willson 
Party of 1 820 Settlers to South Africa. 

His new home was at Beaufort Vale, near Bathurst. He was married to Mary Ann Caldecot 
at St. George's Church, Grahamstown on 8 Oct. 1833. He died in 1869. 

MARY ANN CALDECOT 
1812 - 18_ 

Mary Ann Caldecot was bom 8 Oct 1812 at Eariha Co., Huntington, England, the 2nd 
daughter and 4th child of seven bom to Dr. Charles Caldecot and Mary Tarkington. 

She embarked, with her family, from Gravesend, London, England, in the second division 
of Sephton's Party on the ship "Brilliant", under Richard Gush, on 15 February 1820. Upon 
arriving at Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth) on May 15, 1820, Dr Charles Caldecot, Sephton's Party 
surgeon, was stricken and died, leaving a wife and seven children. The Sephton party located at 
Salem 

Mary Ann Caldecot and William John Boardman were Married in the St. George Church, 
Grahamstown on 8 Oct. 1833. 



412 



Family Group Record - 327 



2 



3 



4 



""sb^nd ^-jj-^ jQjy^ BOARDMAN-9 




Bom 

1 A FaK 1811 

1^ rcD loll 


Place 

OiaCKUUIIl, ^ JL><UlCaolCi , iJllgiallLl 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1 BAQ 

1 007 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

8 Oct 1833 


Place 

St. George's Chu, Grahamstown, Cape Province, South Africa 




Husband's father 

William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 


MRIN:311 


S Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Margaret HAYES-Ow 




B Deceased 


Wife 

Mary Aim CALDICOT-9. w 




Born 

8 Oct 1812 


Place 

, , , England 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Charles CALDECOTT M.D. 


MRIN: 534 


E Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Mary TARKINGTON 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
r 


Emily Margaret BOARDMAN-9. 1 




Born 

21 Dec 1834 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




t^arried 


Place 


Sex 
r 


Mary Augusta BOARDMAN-8.1w 








Born 

16 Apr 1837 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

24 Apr 1858 


Place 

Middleburg, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 


MRIN: 381 






Married 

30 Jun 1857 


Place 

Middleburg, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Sex 
M 


WilUam Fredrick BOARDMAN-9.3 




Bom 

1 Apr 1829 


Place 

Cradock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, Cape, South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 






Sex 
F 


Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9 .4 




Born 

10 Jan 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Arthur BEETON-9.4h 


MRIN: 424 






Married 

11 Feb 1858 


Place 

, , South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



Family Group Record - 327 



5 



6 



7 



8 



9 



""sband ^-jj-^ j^j^ BOARDMAN-9 


Wife 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w 


Children List each ciiild (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Caroline Maria Tarkington BOARDMAN-9.5 




Bom 

10 Jan 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

John LYNCH-9.5h 


MRIN: 425 




Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
M 


John Charles BOA] 


RDMAN-9.6 




Born 

10 Mar 1845 


Place 

Ouaggas Valley, Graafrient, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Maria SMITH-9.6 w 


MRIN: 379 




Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Sex 


James BOARDMAN-9.7 




Bom 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 






Bom 

10 Dec 1850 


Place 

Askraal, Graafreinet, Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 


MRIN: 380 




Married 


Place 

. , , South Africa 


: Sex 
F 


Jessie Letitia BOA 


RDMAN-9.9 




Born 

7 Aug 1853 


Place 

Craddock, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




' Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



415 



Family Group Record - 424 



2 



3 



Husband Arthur BEETON-9.4h 




Born 

20 Oct 1839 


Place 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

11 Feb 1858 


Place 

, , South Africa 


1 


Husband's father 
Given name{s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 




Born 

10 Jan 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

William John BOARDMAN-9 


MRIN; 327 B Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w 


□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Thomas Barker BEETON-9.4.1 




Born 

13 Nov 1858 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

15 Aug 1938 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Marsaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w 


MRIN: 489 


Married 


Place 

, . South Africa 


Sex 
F 


EUza Emily BEETON-9.4.2 




Born 

8Jun 1860 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Aaron PENTZ-9.4.2 h 


MRIN: 497 


Married 


Place 

, . South Africa 


Sex 

, M 


Arthur John BEETON-9.4.3 




Born 

11 Jan 1863 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 Abt 1940 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 

i 


Place 


1 Spouse 

Louise ROSENWEIGH-9.4.3 w 


MRIN: 498 


Married 


Place 

. , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Polly (Mary) Amelia (Reetwood) BEETON-9.4.4 




Born 

10 Jan 1866 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

13 Jun 1958 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


MRIN: 499 


1 
1 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 



12 Aug 1997 

416 



Family Group Record - 424 



Page 2 of 2 



Husband 



Arthur BEETON-9.4h 



Wife 



Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 



Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 



Sex 
F 


Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 




Bom 


1868 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


1950 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

ALLISON-9.4.5 h 


MRIN: 500 






Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 







12 Aug 1997 



417 



Descendants of Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 



12 Aug 1997 



Page l 



1 . Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 (b.1 841 ) 

sp: Arthur BEETON-9.4h (b. 1 839 m. 1 858) 
— 2. Thomas Barker BEETON-9.4.1 (b. 1 858 d. 1938) 
sp: Margaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w (b.1 854 d.1927) 

3. Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4.1. 1 (b. 1 880 d. 1969) 
sp: Walter Burford BAKER-9.4. 1.1 h (b. 1 875 d. 1952) 
H 4. Walter Burford BAKER-941 11 (b.1 906 d. 1 968) 

sp: Bertha Sarah HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 (b.1912 m.1938) 
5. Bertha Sheila BAKER-941 111 (b.1 939) 
5. Walter Burfurd II BAKER-941 112 (b.1 940) 
5. Evan Boardman BAKER-941 113 (b.1 943) 

— 5. Daphne Beryl BAKE R-94 1114 (b.1 945) 
5. Roderick Bernard BAKER-941 115 (b.1950) 

— 4. Clarence Barker BAKER-941 112 (b. 1 907 d. 1979) 
sp: Clarice Freda RANDALL-941112 w (b.1908 m.1937 d.1995) 

— 5. Grace Edna BAKER-941 1121 (b.1 939) 

— 5. Jean Mary BAKER-941 1122 (b.1941) 

— 5. Clive Clarence BAKER-941 11 23 (b.1 947) 

— 4.-Alwyn Evelyn BAKER-94113 (b.1908 d.1984) 
sp: Grace Beatrice BETTESWORTH-94113 w (b.1910 d.1994) 

5. Donald Evelyn BAKER-941 131 (b.1 937) 
sp: Stina HAMMARSTROM-941131 w (b.1936 m.1965) 
— 6. David Wayne BAKER-941 1311 (b.1 966) 
I— 6. Kevin Paul BAKER-941 1312 (b.1967) 
6. Andrew Keith BAKER-941 1313 (b.1 968) 
6. Graeme Christopher BAKER-941 1314 (b.1970) . 

— 5. Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 132 (b.1941) 
sp: Neville John AUBREY-941132 h (b.1 940) 

6. Cheryl Mae AUBREY-941 1321 (b.1 965) 

sp: Hamish PETRIE-9411321 h (b.1 964 m. 1996) 
6. Jennifer Dawn AUBREY-941 1322 (b.1 967) 

sp: Conrad Miguel THOMAS-941 1322 h (b.1 959 m.1993) 
6. Amanda Michelle AUBREY-941 1323 (b.1 972) 
^ 5. Valere Ann BAKER-941 133 (b.1 945) 

— 4. CyrI Boardman BAKER-941 14 (b.1 91 3) 
sp: Mary GARDNER-94114W (b.1 91 5) 

4. Claude Lockhart BAKER-941 15 (b.1918) 
sp: Mavis Thelma DAMSTER-941 1 5 w (b. 1 922 m. 1 946) 

— 5. Patricia May BAKER-941 151 (b.1 947) 
L 5. Shirley May BAKER-941 152 (b.1954) 

3. Charles Henry Arthur BEETON-9.4.1. 2 (b.1 882 d. 1960) 
sp: Magdalena WAHL-9.4.1.2 w (b.1884 d.1949) 
sp: Martha Petronella JOUBERT-9.4.1.2 w2 
3. Herbert William BEETON-9.4.1. 3 (b.1 884 d.1963) 

sp: Bee BRIGMAN-9.4.1.3 w 
3. Jessie Emily BEETON-9.4.1. 4 (b.1 887 d.1960) 

sp: H.C.VlD SPRY-9.4.1.4 h (b.1 885 d.1954) 
3. Ernest Edward BEETON-9.4.1. 5 (b.1 892) 
sp: Lily Barbara THOMPSON-9.4.1 .5 w (b.1 894 d.1966) 



2. Eliza Emily BEETON-9.4.2 (b.1860) 

sp; Aaron PENTZ-9.4.2 h 
2. Arthur John BEETON-9.4.3 (b.1863 d.1940) 

sp: Louise ROSENWEIGH-9.4.3 w 
2. Polly (Mary) Amelia (Fleetwood) BEETON-9.4.4 (b.1866 d.1958 
sp: Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 
3. Bertie HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.1 
3. Vera HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.2 

I 

— 3. Amy HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.3 

— 3. Grace HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.4 
2. Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 (b. 1 868 d. 1 950) 

sp: ALLISON-9.4.5 h 
sp: GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5 h2 

3. Percy GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5. 1 



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Family Group Record - 489 



2 



3 



Husband j^^^^^ ^^^^^^ BEETON-9.4. 1 




Born 

13 Nov 1858 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

15 Aug 1938 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Husband's father 

Arthur BEETON-9.4h MRIN: 424 □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 □ Deceased 


Wife 

Margaretha . 


\ K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w 




Born 

3 Jul 1854 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

3 May 1927 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4. 1.1 




Born 

5 Apr 1880 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 Dec 1969 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Walter Burford B AKER-9.4. 1 . 1 h MRIN: 490 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
M 


Charles Henry Arthur BEETON-9.4. 1.2 




Bom 

4 Mar 1882 


Place 

, , South Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 


! 


Died 

31 Jan 1960 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Magdalena WAHL-9.4. 1 .2 w MRIN: 493 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 

M i Herbert William BEETON-9.4. 1.3 




Bom 

1 10 Feb 1884 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 


Died 

24 Jun 1963 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Bee BRIGMAN-9.4.1.3 w MRIN: 494 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Jessie Emily BEETON-9.4. 1.4 




Bom 

5 Mar 1887 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

11 Apr 1960 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

H.C. V.D SPRY-9.4. 1 .4 h MRIN: 495 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 



15 Aug 1997 



419 



Family Group Record - 489 



5 



Husband j^^^^^ Barker BEETON-9.4. 1 


Wife 

i Marsaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4. 1 w 

S 


' Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Ernest Edward BE 


ETON-9.4.1.5 




Born 

2 Nov 1892 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Lilv Barbara THOMPSON-9.4.1.5 w 


MRIN: 496 




Married 


Place 

. . South Africa 



Ancestry Chart for Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 132 



12 Aug 1997 



Page 1 



Walter BurfordBAKER-9.4. 1.1 h (b. 1 875 d. 1952) 

— Alwyn Evelyn BAKER-941 13 (b. 1 908 d. 1984) 
Arthur BEETON-9.4h (b. 1 839) 

r- Thomas Barker BEETON-9.4. 1 (b. 1 858 d. 1938) 

p James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b.1662 bu.1728) 
r— James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 
I Isobel BAXTER-05.1 

Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1721) 

Isabel HARRiSON-04.3w (b.1690) 
Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1746 bu.1814) 
Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 
William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 (b. 1 768 d. 1 825) 
^ Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 
— William John BOARDMAN-9 (b.1811 d.1869) 
t Margaret HAYES-Ow (c. 1 772 d. 1823) 

Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 (b.1841) 
I |— Charles CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF (b. 1 781 d. 1820) 
L Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w (b.1812) 
'— MaryTARKINGT0N-x9.wm 
Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4. 1.1 (b. 1 880 d. 1 969) 
— Margaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4. 1 w (b.1854 d.1927) 
Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 1 32 (b.1 941 ) 

— Grace Beatrice BETTESWORTH-941 13 w (b.1 910 d.1 994) 



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Husband y^i^^n Evelvn BAKER-941 13 




Born 

2 Oct IvUs 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

4 Jul 1964 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Husband's father 

Walter Burford BAKER-9.4.1.1 h 




MRIN: 490 


S Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4.1.1 






E Deceased 


^'^^ Grace Beatrice BETTESWORTH-941 13 w 




Born 

9 Jan 1910 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

26 Aug 1994 


Place 

, , South Afirica 




Buried 


Place 


1 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 


1 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Donald Evelyn BAKER-941 131 




Bom 

20 Nov 1937 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Stina HAMMARSTROM-941131 w 




MRIN: 538 






IWIarried 

15 May 1965 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 132 




Bom 

21 Jul 1941 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Neville John AUBREY-941 132 h 




MRIN: 492 






1 Married 

4 Apr 1964 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Valere Ann BAKER-941 133 


i Bom 

1 : 7 Jun 1945 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



15 Aug 1997 



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Husband j^^^-^^ j^j^ AUBREY-941 132 h 




Born 

9 Feb 1940 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Cfiristened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

4 Apr 1964 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's motfier 
Given nanne(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 132 




Bom 

21 Jul 1941 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Alwyn Evelyn BAKER-941 13 MRIN: 491 S Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Grace Beatrice BETTES WORTH-94 1 1 3 w S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Cheryl Mae AUBREY-941 1321 




Bom 

15 Feb 1965 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Hamish PETRE-941 1321 h MRIN: 539 


Married 

29 Feb 1996 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Jennifer Dawn AU 


BREY-9411322 




Born 

4 Nov 1967 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


! 

i 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Conrad Miguel THOMAS-941 1322 h MRIN: 540 


Married 

18 Dec 1993 


Place 

, , South Africa 


1 Sex 

' F 


Amanda Michelle AUBREY-941 1323 




Born 

4 Mar 1972 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 





15 Aug 1997 



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Husband , u t xrTVT/->i 
John LYNC] 


«-9.5h 


1 


Born 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1873 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Caroline Maria Tarkington BOARDMAN-9.5 




Born 

10 Jan 1841 


Place 

Grahamstown, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

William John BOARDMAN-9 MRIN: 327 S Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 


Given 
name(s) 


Last 
name 




Born (day month year) 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Spouse 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 


Married 


Place 



15 Aug 1997 



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Husband Charles BOARDMAN-9.6 




Born 

1 U Mar i 64!) 


Place 

Quaggas Valley, Graafrient, Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Husband's fattier 

William John BOARDMAN-9 MRIN: 327 S Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w □ Deceased 


Wife 

Maria SMITH-9.6 w 




Born 

Abt 1850 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Maria BOARDMAN-9.6. 1 




Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


F Chrissie BOARDMAN-9.6.2 




Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


m' John Charles I BOARDMAN-9.6.3 




Born 

10 Mar 1870 


Place 

Graaff-Reinet, Cape, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1969 


Place 


Buried 


PI3CC 

Mt. Fletcher 


Spouse 

Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W MRIN: 268 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


CaroUne BOARDMAN-9.6.4 




1 Born 

1 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


1 Died 

1 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



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7 



Husband Charles BOARDMAN-9 6 


Wife 

Maria SMTTH-Q 6 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


George Herbert BOAJlDMAN-9.6.5 




Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Edward James BOARDMAN-9.6.6 




Bom 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buned 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Frederick Alphonse BOARDMAN-9.6.7 




Born 


Place 

, , Cape Province, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



Family Group Record - 268 



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Husband Charles I BOARDMAN-9.6.3 


Wife 

Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 

1 


Raymond Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.5 






Born 

1902 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Kate (Tinv) GROBLER-9.6.3.5w 


MRIN: 281 




Married 

1935 


Place 



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4 



Husband j^^^ Charles I BOARDMAN-9.6.3 




Born 

lU Mar 1»/U 


Place 

Graaff-Reinet, Cape, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1969 


Place 




Buried 


Place 

Mt. Fletcher 




Married 


Place 




Husband's father 

John Charles BOARDMAN-9.6 




MRIN: 379 


□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 

Maria SMITH-9.6 w 






□ Deceased 


Wife 

Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W 




Born 

24 Apr 1872 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

22 Jul 1953 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Hector Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3. 1 










Born 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Muriel HOOD-9.6.3.1W 




MRIN: 269 






Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Pearl Florence BOARDMAN-9.6.3.2 




Born 

24 May 1897 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

18 Nov 1966 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Ernest Henrv ACUTE-9632h 




MRIN: 272 






Married 

16 Feb 1928 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Pansy Bertha Mable BOARDMAN-9.6.3.3 




Bom 

1898 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1978 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

William Philip Edwin STOKES-WALLER-9.6.3.3h 




MRIN: 426 






Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
M 


Kenneth Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.4 




Born 

1898 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

Dec 1976 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Doris -9.6.3.4W 






MRIN: 280 






Married 


Place 



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Husband q^^^^^ Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 




Bom 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

1 


Place 

, , , South Africa 


Husband's father 

William John BOARDMAN-9 MRIN: 327 S Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w □ Deceased 


Wife 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 




Bom 


Place 

Transvaal, , , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Bertha Caroline BOARDMAN-9.8. 1 




Born 

1873 


Place 

, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1947 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


S6X 

F Lucy AmeUa BOARDMAN-9.8.2 




Bom 

1877 


Place 

, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1877 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


WilUam Salmon BOARDMAN-9.8.3 


i 


Bom 

1 Mar 1877 


Place 

Potchestrom, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Alberta Johanna BOARDMAN-9.8.3 w MRIN: 302 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Laura EmeUe BOARDMAN-9. 8. 4 




Bom 

20 Dec 1886 


Place 

, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

2 Sep 1959 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

John Coates HAMILTON-9.8.4 h MRIN: 438 


Married 


Place 
, . Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



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8 



9 



Husband q Herbert BOARDMAN-9 8 


Wifp 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 










Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 




Sex 
F 


Jessie BOARDMAN-9. 8. 5 




Born 


Place 

Transvaal, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


George Herbert I BOARDMAN-9.8.6 




Born 

1883 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1969 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Rotha May Coventrv PELL-9.8.6 w 


MRIN: 286 




Married 

1919 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Selina Sarah BOARDMAN-9.8.7 




Born 


Place 

Transvaal, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

1956 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Thomas O'Reilly HOGAN-9.8.7h 


MRIN: 437 




Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


1 Sex 
F 


Irene Florence BOARDMAN-9.8.8 






Born 


Place 

Transvaal, , , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

William HAGGET-9.8.8h 


MRIN: 442 




Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
M 


John Alfred Hedley BOARDMAN-9.8.9 






Born 

29 Jan 1894 


Place 

, Transvaal, South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

23 Jul 1959 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Anna Maria Cornelia SWART-9.8.9w 


MRIN: 441 




Married 


Place 
1 , , Africa 



30Jun 1997 



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4 



""sband ^^j-^ Salmon BOARDMAN-9.8.3 




Bom 

1 Mar 1 877 

1 iviar loll 


Place 

1 UlcriCbUUlIl, , OUUUl rVillCa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 


Husband's father 

George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 MRIN: 380 □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w □ Deceased 


Wife 

Alberta Johanna BOARDMAN-9.8.3 w 




Bom 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 Nov 1927 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Kathleen Dorothy '. 


30ARDMAN-9.8.3.1 




Bom 

Abt 1902 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

James (Jimmie) HENDERSON-9831h MRIN: 310 


Married 


Place 


Sex 

M William Salmon I 


BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 




Born 

Abt 1904 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Margaret DE PLESSIS-9832w MRIN: 303 


Married 


Place 


S6X 

F 1 Mary Amelia BOARDMAN-9.8.3.3 




Bom 

Abt 1096 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

RHOM-9.8.3.3h MRIN: 304 


Married 


Place 


Sex ' 

M I Albert John BOARDMAN-9.8.3.4 




Bom 

Abt 1908 


Place 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Christina (Rosie) ROMBERG-9.8.3.4w MRIN: 306 


Married 


Place 



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Husband \Tr;ii;„__ ColTn,->n HriAPr»^4^AM O C 

William oaimon i5<j/vKiJivi/\i\-y.o.o 


Wife 

AiDerta jonanna D\jj\ss±JWLPiiy-y.o.j w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Violet Rosina BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 




Born 

Abt 1910 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Robert TODD-9.? 


?.3.5h 


MRIN: 427 






Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Bertha CaroHne BOARDMAN-9.8.3.6 








Born 

Abt 1912 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 








Spouse 

Thomas SPANN-9.8.3.6h 


MRIN: 428 






Married 


Place 
. . Africa 


Sex 
F 


Irene Winifred BOARDMAN-9.8.3.7 




Born 

1913 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

BRYNE-9.8.3.7h 




MRIN: 429 






Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
M 


Douglas George BOARDMAN-9.8.3.8 








Born 

1916 


Place 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Joan Patricia GRIFFITHS-9.8.3.8w 


MRIN: 430 






1 Married 

' 1942 


Place 

1 , , Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



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Husband Q^^gj^g (-.jjf 


fordTODD-98351 




Born 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

Abt 1959 


Place 
, , Africa 




Husband's father 

Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 




MRIN: 427 


□ Deceased 




Husband's motfier 

Violet Rosina BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 






□ Deceased 


Angela RICE-9835 1 w 




Bom 

16 Sep 1943 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

IVl 


Michael Clifford TODD-983511 




Born 

31 Dec 1961 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 


1 


Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Gillian Anne TOD 


D-983512 




Bom 

20 Nov 1963 


Place 
, , Africa 


i 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

David ROBERTS-983512 h 




MRIN: 525 






Married 

12 Mar 1982 


Place 
. , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Carolyne Jayne TODD-983513 




Born 

23 Dec 1964 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

RovMULLINS-983513h 




MRIN: 527 






Married 

1993 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Michelle TODD-983514 




Born 

17 Mar 1969 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

PhiliD CUNNINGTON-983 5 1 4 h 




MRIN: 526 






i Married 

16Mavl987 


Place 
, , Africa 



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Husband Campbell STAFFORD-98352 h 




Born 

12 Adf 1940 


Place 
Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

Abt 1960 


Place 
, , Africa 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 
name 




□ Deceased 




Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 
name 




□ Deceased 


Wife 

Valerie Violet TODD-98352 


1 


Born 

23 Mar 1944 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

20 Jul 1994 


Place 

Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Wife's father 

Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 




MRIN: 427 


□ Deceased 




Wife's mother 

Violet Rosina BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 






□ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

I 


Glenda Lynn STAFFORD-98352 1 


[ 


Born 

25 May 1961 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Rodney Laurence JAMES-983521 h 




MRIN: 529 






Marhed 

Abt 1981 


Place 
, . Africa 


; Sex 
F 


Collette Gay STAFFORD-983522 




Born 

25 Jul 1964 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Peter Edward PAGE-983522 h 




MRIN: 530 






Married 

Abt 1985 


Place 
, , Africa 


! Sex 
F 


Karen Patricia STAFFORD-983523 




Born 

19 Mar 1966 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


1 


Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

i Scott Gould MILLAR-983523 h 




MRIN: 531 






Married 

Abt 1989 


Place 
, , Africa 


Sex 
F 


i Justine Joy STAFFORD-983524 




; Bom 

25 Jun 1967 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Paul William TINDLE-983524 h 




MRIN: 532 






Married 

Abt 1988 


Place 
. , Africa 



15 Aug 1997 




Valerie Ivan 
Wedding Day 









William Salmon Boardman 
I.D. # 9.8.3 






9. 

10. 




STAFFORD FAMILY 



1. Karen S. Millar 

2. Brett Millar 

3. Collett S. Page 

4. Gary Stafford 

5. Travis James 

6. Justine Stafford 

7. Glenda S. James 

8. Kristy James 
Valerie T. Stafford 
Ivan Stafford 

11. Tamara James 

12. Cassandra James 



I.D. # 98352 



VAL 



IVAN 



Carolynne Todd Mullins 
Document Storage Box 

I.D. # 983513 



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Husband Campbell STAFFORD-98352 h 


Wife 

Valerie Violet TODD-98352 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
M 


Gary Ivan STAFFORD-983525 




Bom 

12 Mar 1977 


Place 
, , Africa 


1 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 



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Husband ^^^^ ^^^^^ MILLAR-983523 h 




Bom 

28 Mar 1963 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 


Married 

Abt 1989 


Place 
, , Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wif< 


Karen Patricia STAFFORD-983523 




Bom 

19 Mar 1966 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Ivan Campbell STAFFORD-98352 h MRIN: 528 □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Valerie Violet TODD-98352 S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 

1 M 


Brett Alexander M 


ILLAR-9835231 




Bom 

19 Nov 1991 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


1 Sex 
! F 


! Megan Amy MILLAR-9835232 




! Bom 

30 Nov 1994 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


' Married 


1 Place 



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Husband j^^^^^ Laurence JAMES-983521 h 




Born 

zj jun lyou 


Place 
, , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Married 

Abt 1981 


Place 
, , Africa 




Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


i Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Glenda Lynn STAFFORD-983521 




Bom 

25 May 1961 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

Ivan Campbell STAFFORD-98352 h MRIN: 528 □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Valerie Violet TODD-98352 S Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Kristy JAMES-983521 1 




Bom 

28 Mav 1983 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


1 

i 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Cassandra JAMES-9835212 




Bom 

12 Jul 1985 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


T , Tamara JAMES-983521 3 




Born 

25 Feb 1987 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
M 


: Travis JAMES-9835214 




Bom 

12 Mar 1990 


Place 
, , Africa 




1 Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


1 Married 


Place 



15 Aug 1997 



Ancestry Chart for Carolyne Jayne TODD-983513 



12 Aug 1997 



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Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 
[— Douglas Clifford TODD-98351 (b.1940) 

p James BOARDMAN-05.1 (b. 1 662 bu. 1728) 
I— James BOARDMAN-04.3 (b.1689) 
^ Isobel BAXTER-05.1 
r- Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 (b.1721) 

Isabel HARRISON-04.3W (b.1690) 
1— Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 (b.1746 bu.1814) 
Judith ORFORD-03.4 w (c.1716 bu.1749) 
I— William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 (b. 1 768 d. 1825) 
Mary ASHTON-02.2 w (c.1742 bu.1816) 
William John BOARDMAN-9 (b.181 1 d.1869) 
L- Margaret HA YES-Ow (c. 1 772 d. 1823) 
George Herbert BOARDM AN-9.8 (b. 1 850) 

|— Charles CALDECOTT M.D.-X9.WF (b.1781 d.1820) 
Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w (b.1 81 2) 
I— Mary TARKINGT0N-x9.wm 
William Salmon BO ARDM AN-9.8.3 (b. 1 877) 
— Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 
Violet Rosina BOARDM AN-9.8.3.5 (b.1 910) 

Alberta Johanna BOAR DM AN-9.8.3 w (d. 1 927) 
Carolyne Jayne TODD-98351 3 (b.1 964) 
^ Angela RICE-98351 w (b.1943) 



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Husband j^^^ ^^^^^^ HAMILTON-9.8.4 h 




Born 

30 Dec 1879 


Place 
, , Ireland 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

14 Dec 1961 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Married 


Place 
, , Africa 


Husband's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Wife 

Laura Emelie BOARDMAN-9.8.4 


j 


Bom 

20 Dec 1886 


Place 

, Transvaal, South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

2 Sep 1959 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 

George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 MRIN: 380 □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


S6X 

M Clarence Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4. 1 




Born 

13 Aug 1908 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Elizabeth Daphne Ravner JENNINGS-9.8.4.1w MRIN: 440 


Married 

Mar 1958 


Place 
, . Africa 


Sex 
M 


Kenneth George Halley HAMILTON-9.8.4.2 




Born 

12Mav 1910 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 


Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Bertha Sarah HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 




Bom 

23 Jul 1912 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Walter Burfurd BAKER-9.8.4.3h MRIN: 439 


Married 

1938 


Place 
. , Africa 


Sex 
F 


Doreen Laura HAMILTON-9.8.4.4 




Born 

27 Jul 1921 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Johannes Frederick Janse VAN RENSBURG-9.8.4.4h MRIN: 472 


Married 

24 Feb 1945 


Place 

, , South Africa 



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Husband Coates HAMILTON-9.8.4 h 


Laura Emelie BOARDMAN-9.8.4 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Gwendolyn Patsy HAMILTON-9.8.4.5 




Born 

20 Sep 1923 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Charles Edward WECKE-9.8.4.5h 


MRIN: 476 




Married 

9Jun 1946 


Place 

, , South Africa 


Sex 
F 


Irene Olive Coates HAMILTON 






Born 

3 Aug 1928 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 

4 Aug 1989 


Place 

, , South Africa 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

David MARAIS-9.8.4.6h 


MRIN: 483 




Married 


Place 

. , South Africa 



30 Jun 1997 



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Husband ^^^^^^ Herbert I BOARDMAN-9.8.6 


1 


Born 

1883 


Place 
, , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1969 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Married 

1919 


Place 


Husband's father 

George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 MRIN: 380 □ Deceased 


Husband's mother 

Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w □ Deceased 


Wife 

Rotha May Coventry PELL-9.8.6 w 




Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 

1946 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Wife's father 
Given name(s) 


Last 

name □ Deceased 


Wife's mother 
Given name(s) 


Maiden 

name □ Deceased 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


S6X 

F i Rotha Jean BOAR] 


3MAN-9.8.6.1 




Born 

26 Dec 1919 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Herbert Lawrence BAILEY-9.8.6.1h MRIN: 287 


Married 

1942 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Hedley Aubrey BOARDMAN-9.8.6.2 




Born 

2 Feb 1922 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

Magrieta Gertrude Alleta BEER-9.8.6.2w MRIN: 293 


Married 

11 Jun 1949 


Place 


Sex 
M 


George Herbert Eric BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 




Bom 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

June FOYER-9.8.6.3W MRIN: 296 




' Married 

1964 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Doris Edwina Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.4 




Bom 

18 Jul 1925 


Place 

, , , Africa 


Christened 


Place 


Died 


Place 


Buried 


Place 


Spouse 

James John RICHARDS-9.8.6.4h MRIN: 297 


Married 

1947 


Place 



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Husband q^^^^^ Herbert I BOARDMAN-9.8.6 


Wifp 

Rotha May Coventry PELL-9.8.6 w 


Children List each child (whether living or dead) in order of birth. 


Sex 
F 


Enid Irene BOARDMAN-9.8.6.5 




Born 

15 Jul 1925 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Barend Gerrit WORST-9.8.6.5h 


MRIN: 298 




Married 

1959 


Place 


Sex 
M 


Denis James Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.6 






Bom 

10 Dec 1929 


Place 

, , , Afiica 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 




Married 


Place 


Sex 
F 


Olive Lucy Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.7 




Born 

23 Oct 1931 


Place 

, , , Africa 




Christened 


Place 




Died 


Place 




Buried 


Place 




Spouse 

Steohen C. CAMPBELL-9.8.6.7h 


MRIN: 301 




Married 

1950 


Place 



30 Jun 1997 



440 



Descendants of William John BOARDMAN-9 

12 Aug 1997 

1 . William John BOARDMAN-9 (b.1 811 d.1 869) 

sp: Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w (b. 1 81 2 m. 1 833) 

— 2. Emily Margaret BOARDMAN-9. 1 (b.1834) 

— 2. Mary Augusta B0ARDMAN-8.1W (b.1837 d.1858) 

sp: Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 (b.1834 m.1857) 
L 3. James BOARDMAN-8.1. 1 (b.1 858 d.1 879) 

— 2. William Fredrick BOARDMAN-9.3 (b. 1 829 d. 1 841 ) 

— 2. Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 (b.1 841) 

sp: Arthur BEETON-9.4h (b. 1 839 m. 1 858) 

3. Thomas Barker BEETON-9.4.1 (b.1 858 d.1 938) 

; sp: Margaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w (b.1854 d.1927) 

i 

— 4. Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4.1. 1 (b.1880 d.1969) 
sp: Walter BurfordBAKER-9.4. 1.1 h (b.1 875 d.1 952) 

— 5. Walter Burford BAKER-94111 (b.1906 d.1968) 

sp: Bertha Sarah HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 (b.1912 m.1938) 
h- 6. Bertha Sheila BAKER-941 1 1 1 (b.1 939) 

— 6. Walter Burf urd 1 1 BAKER-941 112 (b.1 940) 

— 6. Evan Boardman BAKER-941 113 (b.1943) 

— 6. Daphne Beryl BAKER-941 114 (b.1945) 
L- 6. Roderick Bernard BAKER-941 115 (b.1 950) 

— 5. Clarence Barker BAKER-941 112 (b.1 907 d.1 979) 

sp: Clarice Freda RANDALL-941 112 w (b.1908 m.1937 d.1995) 

— 6. Grace Edna BAKER-941 1121 (b.1939) 
j ! — 6. Jean Mary BAKER-941 11 22 (b.1941) 

^ 6. Clive Clarence BAKER-941 1123 (b.1947) 
[— 5. Alwyn Evelyn BAKER-941 13 (b.1908 d.1984) 

sp: Grace Beatrice BETTESWORTH-94113 w (b.1910 d.1994) 
I j— 6. Donald Evelyn BAKER-941 131 (b.1 937) 

sp: Stina HAMMARSTROM-941 131 w (b.1936 m.1965) 

— 7. David Wayne BAKER-9411311 (b.1966) 

— 7. Kevin Paul BAKER-941 1312 (b.1967) 

— 7. Andrew Keith BAKER-941 1313 (b.1968) 

7. Graeme Christopher BAKER-941 1314 (b.1970) 

— 6. Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 132 (b.1941) 

: sp: Neville John AUBREY-941 1 32 h (b.1 940) 

— 7. Cheryl Mae AUBREY-941 1321 (b.1965) 

I sp: Hamish PETRIE-941 1321 h (b.1964 m.1996) 

I — 7. Jennifer Dawn AUBREY-941 1322 (b.1 967) 

sp: Conrad Miguel THOMAS-941 1322 h (b.1 959 m.1993) 
L- 7. Amanda Michelle AUBREY-941 1323 (b.1 972) 
6. Valere Ann BAKER-941 133 (b.1945) 
I — 5. CyrI Boardman BAKER-941 14 (b.1913) 

sp: MaryGARDNER-94114w (b.1 915) 
^ 5. Claude Lockhart BAKER-941 15 (b.1918) 
i 1 sp: Mavis Thelma DAMSTER-941 15 w (b. 1 922 m. 1946) 

j— 6. Patricia May BAKER-941 151 (b.1947) 
L 6. Shirley May BAKER-941 152 (b.1954) 
— 4. Charles Henry Arthur BEETON-9.4.1. 2 (b.1882 d.1960) 
sp: Magdalena WAHL-9.4.1.2 w (b.1 884 d.1 949) 

441 



sp: Martha Petronella JOUBERT-9.4.1.2 w2 
1— 4. Herbert William BEETON-9.4. 1 .3 (b. 1 884 d. 1 963) 
sp: Bee BRIGMAN-9.4.1.3 w 

— 4. Jessie Emily BEETON-9.4. 1 .4 (b. 1 887 d. 1 960) 

sp: H.C.V.D SPRY-9.4.1.4 h {b.1885 d.1954) 
4. Emest Edward BEETON-9.4. 1.5 (b.1892) 
sp: Lily Barbara THOMPSON-9.4. 1.5 w (b. 1 894 d. 1966) 

— 3. Eliza Emily BEETON-9.4.2 (b.1860) 

sp: Aaron PENTZ-9.4.2 h 

— 3. Arthur John BEETON-9.4.3 (b. 1 863 d. 1940) 

sp: Louise ROSENWEIGH-9.4.3 w 

— 3. Polly (Mary) Amelia (Fleetwood) BEETON-9.4.4 (b.1866 d.1958) 

sp: Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 

— 4. Bertie HYDENRYGH-9.4.4.1 

— 4. Vera HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.2 

— 4. Amy HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.3 
^ 4. Grace HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.4 

— 3. Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 (b. 1 868 d. 1950) 

sp: ALLISON-9.4.5 h 
sp: GRiMSTEAD-9.4.5 h2 
L- 4. Percy GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5.1 
2. Caroline Maria Tarkington BOARDMAN-9.5 (b.1841) 

sp: John LYNCH-9.5h (d.1873) 
2. John Charies BOARDMAN-9.6 (b.1845) 
sp: Maria SMITH-9.6 w (b.1850) 

— 3. Maria BOARDMAN-9.6.1 

— 3. Chrissie BOARDMAN-9.6.2 

— 3. John Charles I BOARDMAN-9.6.3 (b.1870 d.1969) 

sp: Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W (b.1872 d.1953) 
1— 4. Hector Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.1 
I sp: Muriel HOOD-9.6.3.1W 

[— 5. Jean BOARDMAN-9631 1 

sp: Alec J. BARTHORPE-9631 1h 
5. Raymond Dell BOARDMAN-9631 2 
sp: Maurine WILLIAMS-96312 

— 4. Pearl Florence BOARDMAN-9.6.3.2 (b.1897 d.1966) 

sp: Ernest Henry ACUTE-9632h (m. 1 928 d. 1 939) 
— 5. Dedrie Eleanor ACUTE-96321 
sp: Dirk KOCH-96321 

L- 6. Isobel Mary KOCH-96321 1 (b.1930) 

sp: Cliff WEBSTER-963211h (b.1918 m.1972) 
1— 7. Sharon WEBSTER-9632111 (b.1972) 

— 4. Pansy Bertha Mable BOARDMAN-9.6.3.3 (b.1898 d.1978) 

sp: William Philip Edwin STOKES-WALLER-9.6.3.3h (b.1896 d.1943) 

p 5. Favard John Dell STOKES-WALLER-96331 (b.1920) 
sp: SHELAGH-96331W 

j — 6. Edmund Allan STOKES-WALLER-96331 1 (b.1949) 
— 6. Leonora STOKES-WALLER-96331 2 
sp: Wilhelmina (Minnie) BOSCH-96331w2 (b.1930 m.1952) 
^ 6. Augusta STOKES-WALLER-96331 3 (b.1964) 
sp: Warwick DORNING Dr.-963313h (m.1987) 

L- 5. Charmain Maude STOKES-WALLER-96332 (b.1922) 

442 



j sp: Leonard Gordon MITCHELL-96332h (b.1922 m.1951) 

h- 6. Derrick Gordon MITCHELL-9633221 (b.1953) 
^ 6. Colleen Margaret MITCHELL-963322 (b.1955) 
sp; Derick WILCOCKS-963322h (b. 1 954 m. 1 976) 
[— 7. Derick I WILCOCKS-9633221 (b.1979) 

7. Jolene Margaret WILCOCKS-9633222 (b.1981) 

— 4. Kenneth Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.4 (b.1898 d.1976) 

sp: Doris -9.6.3.4w 
4. Raymond Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.5 (b.1902) 
sp: Kate (Tiny) GROBLER-9.6.3.5W (m.1935 d.1937) 

— 5. John Dell BOARDMAN-82574h (b.1936) 

sp: Jean Dell BOARDMAN-82574 (m. 1 968) 

— 6. Jennifer BOARDMAN-825741 (b.1969) 

— 6. Victoria BOAR DM AN-825742 (b.1971) 

— 6. Pamela BOARDMAN-825743 (b.1973) 

— 5. Estelle BOARDMAN-96352 (b.1937) 

sp: Jean STAUFFER-96352h (m.1959) 

— 6. Bemadine STAUFFER-963521 (b.1961) 
L 6. Theodore STAUFFER-963522 (b.1965) 

— 5. Michael Ridley Omerod BOARDMAN-96353 (b.1941) 

sp: Alison Mary Beaumont EARLE-96353w (m.1 970) 
L- 6. Lucy Margaret BOARDMAN-963531 (b.1972) 
L 5. Geoffrey Edward Tyssen BOARDMAN-96354 (b.1942) 
sp: Gail -96354w 

— 3. Caroline BOARDMAN-9.6.4 

— 3. George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.6.5 
j— 3. Edward James BOARDMAN-9.6.6 

— 3. Frederick Alphonse BQARDMAN-9.6.7 
2. James BOARDMAN-9.7 

2. George HertDert BOARDMAN-9.8 {b.1850) 
sp: Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 

— 3. Bertha Caroline BOARDMAN-9.8.1 (b.1873 d.1947) 

— 3. Lucy Amelia BOAR DMAN-9.8.2 (b. 1 877 d. 1877) 

— 3. William Salmon BOARDMAN-9.8.3 (b.1877) 

sp: Alberta Johanna BOARDMAN-9.8.3 w (d.1927) 
4. Kathleen Dorothy BOARDMAN-9.8.3. 1 (b.1902) 
sp: James (Jimmie) HENDERSON-9831h 

— 4. William Salmon I BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 (b.1904) 

sp: Margaret DE PLESSIS-9832w 

— 5. William Salmon BOARDMAN 11-98321 

— 5. Margorie BOARDMAN-98322 (b.1930) 

— 5. Enid du Plessis BOARDMAN-98323 
^ 5. John du Plessis BOARDMAN-98324 

— 4. Mary Amelia BOARDMAN-9.8.3.3 (b.1096) 

sp: RHOM-9.8.3.3h 
'— 5. Hazel RHOM-98331 
|— 5. Bertha RHOM-98332 
sp: H.J. GROBLER-9833h2 
\— 5. Albert GROBLER-98333 
5. Amy GROBLER-98334 

— 4. Albert John BOARDMAN-9.8.3.4 (b.1908) 
i sp: Christina (Rosie) ROMBERG-9.8.3.4w 



— 5. Albert John I BOARDMAN-98341 (b.1928) 

sp: Rebecca Johanna SADLER-98341w (m.1956) 

— 6. Lynn Angela BOARDMAN-98341 1 (b.1958) 

sp: G.M. ELLIOTT-98341 1 (m.1980) 

— 7. Marc Hayden ELLIOTT-98341 1 1 
^ 7. Hayley Claire ELLIOTT-98341 12 

^ 6. David John BOARDMAN-98341 2 (b.1960) 
sp: Lydia WILLOWS-983412W (m.1983) 

— 7. Alison Jean BOARDMAN-98341 21 
L- 7. Michael John BOARDMAN-9834122 

— 5. Donald Mitchel BOARDMAN-98342 (b.1930) 

sp: Elizabeth Agnes MANLEY-98342w (m.1952) 

— 6. Alan Derek BOARDMAN-983421 (b.1954) 

sp: Helen BILBOROUGH-983421w (m.1986) 

— 6. Moira Patricia BOARDMAN-983422 (b.1956) 

sp: Michael Patrick HAVLOCK-ALLEN-983422h (m. 1 980) 

— 7. Sarah Megan HAVLOCK-ALLEN-9834221 
I— 7. Pamela Ashley HAVLOCK-ALLEN-9834222 

6. Donald Patrick BOARDMAN-983423 (b.1953) 

— 5. Cynthia June BOARDMAN-98343 (b.1930) 

sp: Daniel Francois CAMPBELL-98343h (m.1958) 

— 6. Gerald Victor CAMPBELL-983431 (b.1959) 

— 6. Vernon Wayne CAMPBELL-983432 (b.1960) 

— 6. Louanne CAMPBELL-983433 (b.1961) 

6. Lesley Rodney CAMPBELL-983434 (b.1963) 

— 5. Noel Victor BOARD MAN-98344 (b.1945) 

sp: Monica Zophia VERMAAK-98344w (m.1 970) 

— 6. Craigh Edward Vermaak BOARDAN-983441 (b.1971) 

— 6. Robert James Vennaak BOARDMAN-983442 (b.1973) 
L 6. Mark Wayne BOARDMAN-983443 (b.1976) 

— 4. Violet Rosina BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 (b.1910) 
sp: Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 

— 5. Douglas Clifford TODD-98351 (b.1940) 
sp: Angela RICE-98351 w (b.1943 m.1959) 

— 6. Michael Clifford TODD-98351 1 (b.1961) 
[— 6. Gillian Anne TODD-98351 2 (b.1963) 

sp: David ROBERTS-983512 h {b.1960 m.1982) 

— 7. Keeran Dean ROBERTS-9835121 (b.1983) 
7. Kimberley A. TODD-98351 22 (b.1986) 

— 6. CarolyneJayne TODD-98351 3 (b.1964) 
sp: Roy MULLINS-983513 h (b.1960 m.1993) 
[— 7. Angela Shae TODD-98351 31 (b.1984) 
I— 7. Robyn MULLINS-9835132 (b.1988) 

6. Michelle TODD-98351 4 (b.1969) 
sp: Philip CUNNINGTON-983514 h (b.1966 m.1987) 
^ 5. Valerie Violet TOD D-98352 (b. 1 944 d. 1 994) 

sp: Ivan Campbell STAFFORD-98352 h (b.1940 m.1960) 

— 6. Glenda Lynn STAFFORD-983521 {b.1961) 
sp: Rodney Laurence JAMES-983521 h (b.1960 m.1981) 

— 7. Kristy JAMES-9835211 {b.1983) 

— 7. Cassandra JAMES-983521 2 (b.1985) 

— 7. Tamara JAMES-983521 3 (b.1987) 

444 



L_ 



7. Travis JAMES-9835214 (b.1990) 



— 6. Collette Gay STAFFORD-983522 (b.1964) 
sp: Peter Edward PAGE-983522 h (b.1944 m.1985) 

6. Karen Patricia STAFFORD-983523 (b.1966) 
sp: Scott Gould MILLAR-983523 h (b.1963 m.1989) 

— 7. Brett Alexander MlLLAR-9835231 (b.1991) 

— 7. Megan Amy MILLAR-9835232 (b.1994) 
6. Justine Joy STAFFORD-983524 (b. 1 967) 

sp: Paul William TINDLE-983524 h (b.1984 m.1988) 

— 6. Gary Ivan STAFFORD-983525 (b.1977) 

— 4. Bertha Caroline BOARDMAN-9.8.3.6 (b.1912) 
sp: Thomas SPANN-9.8.3.6h 

4. Irene Winifred BOARDMAN-9.8.3.7 (b.1913) 
sp: BRYNE-9.8.3.7h 
^ 4. Douglas George BOARDMAN-9.8.3.8 (b.1916) 

sp: Joan Patricia GRIFFITHS-9.8.3.8w (m.1942 d.1982) 
^ 5. Rodney Michael BOARDMAN-98381 (b.1947) 
1 sp: Jacqueline DUNN-98381W {m.1972) 
L 5. Lynden Patricia BOARDMAN-98382 (b.1953) 
3. Laura Emelie BOARDMAN-9.8.4 (b.1886 d.1959) 
sp: John Coates HAMILTON-9.8.4 h (b.1879 d.1961) 

— 4. Clarence Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 (b.1908) 
sp: Elizabeth Daphne Rayner JENNINGS-9.8.4.1v\/ (b.1919 m.1958) 
' 5. Margorie Joan HAMILTON-9841 1 (b.1959) 

5. Colleen Rosh HAMILTON-9841 2 (b.1961) 

— 5. Peter Gawn HAMILTON-9841 3 (b.1962) 
sp: Lindy Ann BRADFIELD-98413w (b.1965 m.1986) 

— 6. Luke Peter HAMILTON-9841 31 (b.1993) 

— 5. Hally HAMILTON-9841 4 

— 5. Doreen HAMILTON 1-98415 
4. Kenneth George Halley HAMILTON-9.8.4.2 (b.1910) 
4. Bertha Sarah HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 (b. 1 91 2) 

sp: Walter Burford BAKER-9411 1 (b.1906 m.1938 d.1968) 

— 5. Bertha Sheila BAKER-941 1 1 1 (b.1939) " Printed on Page 1 ** 

— 5. Walter Burfurd II BAKER-941 112 (b.1940) ** Printed on Page 1 ** 

— 5. Evan Boardman BAKER-941 1 13 (b.1943) " Printed on Page 1 ** 

— 5. Daphne Beryl BAKER-941 1 1 4 (b.1 945) ** Printed on Page 1 " 
' — 5. Roderick Bernard BAKER-941 115 (b.1 950) *' Printed on Page 1 ** 

— 4. Doreen Laura HAMILTON-9.8.4.4 (b.1921) 
sp: Johannes Frederick Janse VAN RENSBURG-9.8.4.4h (b.1 924 m.1945) 

5. Elsa J. VAN RENSBURG-98441 (b.1 946) 
sp: Johannes Pieter BOTHA-98441 h (m. 1 968) 

— 6. Liesel BOTHA-98441 1 (b.1970) 
sp: Willem Adolph PIENAAR-984411h (b.1970 m.1993) 

— 6. Johannes Frederick BOTHA-98441 2 (b.1971) 

— 6. Karen BOTHA-98441 3 (b.1974) 
h- 5. Johanna Maria Janse VAN RENSBURG-98442 (b.1 947) 

sp: Josias Johannes VENTER-98442h (b.1 943 m.1967) 
6. Kenneth VENTER-984421 (b.1 967) 

sp: Erica Colleen WALTER-984421w (b.1970 m.1993) 
6. Andre VENTER-984422 (b.1 968) 
sp: Rencha BOSCH-984422w (b.1 971 m.1993) 

445 



^ 6. Raymond VENTER-984423 (b.1971) 
5. Jacobus Frederick Janse VAN RENSBU RG-98443 (b. 1 949) 
sp: Elizabeth Frederieka GOUWS-98443w (b.1949 m.1971) 

— 6. Elfrieda J. VAN RENSBURG-984431 (b.1971) 

sp: Robert John HOLDEN-984431h (b.1969 m.1993) 

— 6. Vanette J. VAN RENSBURG-984432 (b.1978) 
6. Linda J. VAN RENSBURG-984433 (b.1982) 

— 4. Gwendolyn Patsy HAMILTON-9.8.4.5 (b.1923) 

sp: Charles Edward WECKE-9.8.4.5h (b.1925 m.1948) 

— 5. Claude Dalton WECKE-98451 (b.1947) 

sp: Annetjie TROSKY-98451w 

sp: Jeannette MORTIMER-98451w2 (m.1979) 

— 5. Joan Patricia WECKE-98452 (b.1950) 

! sp: Roy Allen BRASSINGTON-98452h (b.1943 m.1972) 

— 6. Emma Cathrine BRASSINGTON-984521 (b.1975) 
^ 6. Nicola Claire BRASSINGTON-984522 (b.1977) 

— 5. John Coates WECKE-98453 (b.1951) 

sp: Joy C. DOYLE-98453W (b.1952 m.1973) 

— 6. John Andrew WECKE-984531 (b.1973) 

— 6. Richard Michael WECKE-984532 (b.1975) 

— 6. Sally Anne WECKE-984533 (b.1977) 
^ 6. David Robert WECKE-984534 (b.1979) 

— 5. Dereck Francis WECKE-98454 (b.1954 d.1957) 
^ 4. Irene Olive Coates HAMILTON (b.1928 d.1989) 

sp; David MARAIS-9.8.4.6h 

— 5. Estelle MARAIS-98461 (b.1951) 

sp: Bryan PERRING-98461 h (m. 1 972) 
6. Kurt PERRING-98461 1 

— 5. Allan MARAIS-984612 (b.1953) 
5. Bmce MARAIS-98461 3 (b.1955) 

— 3. Jessie BOARDMAN-9.8.5 

— 3. George Herbert I BOARDMAN-9.8.6 (b.1883 d.1969) 

sp: Rotha May Coventry PELL-9.8.6 w (m.1919 d.1946) 

— 4. Rotha Jean BOARDMAN-9.8.6. 1 (b.1919) 

sp: Hertert Lawrence BAILEY-9.8.6.1h (m.1942) 
[— 5. Shirley Jean BAILEY-98611 (b.1943) 
sp: Ken WOR-9861 1 h (m.1 963) 
6. Jennifer WOR-9861 11 

— 6. Donald WOR-986112 

— 6. Trevor WOR-986113 
I ^ 6. Peter WOR-9861 14 

— 5. Lawrence BAILEY-9861 2 (b.1946) 

sp: Elizabeth -9861 2w 

^ 6. Susan BAILEY-9861 21 

— 6. Lynda BAILEY-9861 22 
^ 6. Edward BAILEY-9861 23 

— 5. Richard David BAILEY-98613 (b.1951) 

sp: Michelle BREWS-9861 3w (m.1 974) 
^ 6. Grant BAILEY-9861 31 

— 5. Desmond Leslie BAILEY-9861 4 (b.1953) 

sp: Sharon SAUNDERS-9861 4w (m.1 976) 
^ 6. Gail Claire BAILEY-986141 

446 



5. Maureen Ellen BAILEY-9861 5 (b.1956) 
sp: Hamilton SAUNDERS-98615h (m.1975) 

— 4. Hedley Aubrey BOARDMAN-9.8.6.2 (b.1922) 
sp: Magrieta Gertrude Alleta BEER-9.8.6.2w (b. 1 925 m. 1 949) 

— 5. Herbert Aubrey BOARDMAN-98621 (b.1950) 

— 5. Raymond Desmond BOARDMAN-98622 (b.1956) 
sp: Charlene -98622w 

^ 5. Allen BOARDMAN-98623 (b.1958) 

sp: Janice Ann DUURSMAN-98623w (b.1959 m.1983) 
6. Thomas Raymond BOARDMAN-986231 (b.1 990) 
6. Sarah Gail BOARDMAN-986232 (b. 1 992) 

— 4. George Herbert Eric BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 
sp: June FOYER-9.8.6.3w (m. 1 964) 

5. Annette BOARDMAN-98631 (b.1969) 
5. Karen BOARDMAN-98632 (b.1971) 
4. Doris Edwina Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.4 (b.1 925) 
sp: James John RIGHARDS-9.8.6.4h (m. 1 947) 

— 4. Enid Irene BOARDMAN-9.8.6.5 (b.1925) 
sp: Barend Gerrit WORST-9.8.6.5h (m. 1 959) 

5. Michael John WORST-98651 (b.1 952) 
sp: Jane Ann -98651w (m.1972) 

— 5. David Charles WORST-98652 

— 5. Charmain Enid WORST-98653 (b.1958) 
sp: Kevin STOHR-98653h (m.1976) 

— 4. Denis James Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.6 (b.1929) 
4. Olive Lucy Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.7 (b.1931) 

sp: Stephen C. CAMPBELL-9.8.6.7h (m.1950) 
L- 5. Mary Rotha CAMPBELL-98671 
3. Selina Sarah BOARDMAN-9.8.7 (d.1956) 
sp: Thomas O'Reilly HOGAN-9.8.7h (d.1937) 

4. Hugh HOGAN-9.8.7.1 
\— 4. Clement HOGAN-9.8.7.2 
4. Kate HOGAN-9.8.7.3 

— 4. Theresa HOGAN-9.8.7.4 

— 4. Patsy HOGAN-9.8.7.5 

3. Irene Florence BOARDMAN-9.8.8 

sp: William HAGGET-9.8.8h 
3. John Alfred Hedley BOARDMAN-9.8.9 (b.1 894 d.1959) 
sp: Anna Maria Cornelia SWART-9.8.9w (b. 1 897 d. 1 957) 
f— 4. Clifford Hedley BOARDMAN-9.8.9.1 (b.1916 d.1987) 

sp: Helen Margaret ROBERTSON-9.8.9.1w (b.1918 m.1939) 
I— 5. Dennis Reginald BOARDMAN-9891 1 (b.1943 d.1987) 
sp: Dorethea GROENEWALD-9891 1 w (b.1 945 m.1964) 
6. Mark Evan BOARDMAN-9891 1 1 (b.1 968) 
sp: Mrs. BOARDMAN-9891 1 1 w (m.1891) 
L 7. Cheryl BOARDMAN-9891 111 (b. 1 993) 
— 6. Chantel BOARDMAN-9891 12 (b.1 970) 

sp: Jacco LUBBE-989112w (b.1970 m.1991) 
7.Taain-Morne LUBBE-9891121 (b.1993) 
sp: Anna Maria KILLIAN-98911w2 (b.1958 m.1978) 
4. Evelyn Marjorie BOARDMAN-9.8.9.2 (b.1919 d.1985) 
sp: Robert Cecil Thomas MCCLUGHAN-9.8.9.2h (b.1 914 m.1936 d.1943) 

447 



I— 5. Cecil Robert MCCLUGHAN-98921 (b.1937 d.1987) 
sp: Barbara CLASSEN-98921w (b.1936 m.1962) 
h- 6. Christine MCCLUGHAN-989211 (b.1963) 

sp: Armas Gabrem FERRERA-989211h (b.1960 m.1988) 
— 7. Leese FERRERA-9892111 (b.1991) 
7. JaanaFERRERA-9892112 (b.1993) 

— 6. Robert MCCLUGHAN-98921 2 (b.1964) 

L 6. Cecil Adriaan MCCLUGHAN-98921 3 (b.1967) 
sp: Dirk ENGELBRECHT-9.8.9.2h2 (b.1914 m.1946 d.1983) 
L- 5. Ann-Marie ENGELBRECHT-98922 (b.1949) 

sp: Roderick Edward WILEY-98922h (b.1947 m.1971) 

h— 6. Lizelle WILEY-989221 (b.1973) 

L- 6. Heloise WILEY-989222 (b.1975) 

— 4. Joyce Daphne BOARDMAN-9.8.9.3 (b.1927) 

sp: Oswald Alexander SCORGIE-9.8.9.3h (b.1925 m.1946) 
H 5. Robert Clifford SCORGIE-98931 (b.1948 d.1951) 

— 5. Yvonne Daphne SCORGIE-98932 (b.1950) 

sp: Allen Bruce PHILLIPS-98932h (b.1952 m.1971) 

— 6. Bronwen Lee PHILLIPS-989321 (b.1972) 
^ 6. Gareth Scott PHILLIPS-989322 (b.1974) 

— 5. Charmaine Joyce SCORGIE-98933 {b.1952) 

sp: John Haig MACDONALD-98933h (b.1947 m.1974) 
I— 6. Damon Jon MAC DONALD-989331 (b.1975) 
6. Chad Danie MAC DONALD-989332 (b.1982) 

— 5. Rozanna Elizabeth SCORGIE-98934 

I— 5. Anthony Clarence SCORGIE-98935 (b.1966) 
sp: Yvonne GOOSEN-98935w (b.1970 m.1991) 
sp: Elizabeth Maria ROBERTSON-9.8.9w2 (b.1916 m.1937) 

— 4. Elsie Bertha BOARDMAN-9.8.9.4 (b.1939) 

sp: Christopher Louis HAGER-9.8.9.4h (b.1938 m.1960) 
I— 5. Karen HAGER-98941 (b.1962) 

sp: Petrus SWART-98941h (b.1959 m.1985) 

— 6. Conry SWART-98941 1 (b.1988) 
^ 6. Luan SWART-98941 2 (b.1992) 

— 5. Kari Otto HAGER-98942 (b.1964) 

sp: Marietjie OOSTHUIZEN-98942w (b.1972 m.1991) 
|— 6. Andrea HAGER-989421 (b.1992) 
^ 6. Son HAGER-989422 (b.1994) 
5. Monica HAGER-98943 {b.1965) 
sp: Frik LAUBSCHER-98943h (b.1962 m.1988) 
L 6. Janine LAUBSCHER-989431 (b.1991) 

— 4. George Arthur BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 (b.1942) 

sp: Ann VERMEULEN-9.8.9.5w (b.1949 m.1968) 

— 5. Luicelle BOARDMAN-98951 (b.1969) 

sp: Robert CROSBY-98951h (m.1990) 

— 5. Beverley BOARDMAN-98952 (b.1972) 

— 5. Unita BOARDMAN-98953 (b.1977) 
sp: Alta BRITZ-9.8.9.5W2 (b.1968 m.1988) 

^ 5. Juan Clifford BOARDMAN-98951 (b.1990) 

— 4. John Alfred BOARDMAN-9.8.9.6 (b.1945) 

sp: Maria Magdelena DEBEER-9.8.9.6w (b.1950 m.1972) 

— 5. Bryan John BOARDMAN-98961 (b.1975) 



2. Jessie Letitia BOARDMAN-9.9 (b. 1 853) 



Pedigree Chart 



Chart no. 



1 



8 Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 



4 Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 



B: 17 Apr 1746 
P: 

M: 10 Apr 1768 -- 324 
P : Winwick,„England 
B: 18 Feb 1814 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



2 William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



B : 27 Oct 1768 

P : Ashton,Makerfield.Lancaster,England 
M: 15 May 1795 - 311 
P : Lathom,Ormskirk,Lancaster,England 
D: 22 Aug 1825 

P : BathuKt,Cape/Good Hope„South Africa 



5 I Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 



C:Oct 1742 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 
B: 12 Aug 1816 

P : Ashton-Makerfiel„Lancaster,England 



1 WilUam John BOARDMAN-9 



!B: 14 Feb 1811 

P : Blackbum„Lancaster,England 
M: 8 Oct 1833 - 327 

P : St. George's Chu,Grahamstown,CP,South Africa 
D: 1869 



Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w 



(Spouse of no. 1) 



3 iMargaret HAYES-Ow 



C:Oct 1772 

P : Burtonwood Chape, Warrington,L,England 
D: 31 Jan 1823 

P : Bathurst„Cape/Good Hope.South Africa 



B: 
P: 

D: 
P: 



B:7 0ct 1721 

P : Haydock„Lancaster,England 

M: 25 Sep 1743 - 323 

P: 

B: 

P : ,Winwick,Lancaster,England 



Judith ORFORD-03.4 w 



C:5Feb 1716 

P : WarTington„Lancaster,England 

B:22 Nov 1749 

P : Winwick„Lancaster,England 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



B: 
P; 
D: 
P 



15 Aug 1997 



449 



450 



BOARDMAN Alphabetical NAME List 



Including: 

I.D.No. Marriage Record No. Spouse 

(Not Including): 
Utah Boardman-Dixon Family 



451 



Sorted Individuals List 



Born Died 



lU 


rName 




/Ri ir 

/Dur 


\ / 


MQIM 
MrvllN 


opouse, rareni or uniia 


98622W 


, Charlene 






S 


294 


R D BOARDMAN-98622 


9.6.3.4W 


, Doris 






S 


280 


K Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.4 


9861 2w 


, Elizabeth 






s 


289 


Lawrence BAILEY-98612 


96354W 


, Gail 






s 


285 


GET BOARDMAN-96354 


98651 w 


, Jane Ann 






s 


299 


Michael J WORST-98651 


96321 


ACUTE, Dedrie Eleanor 






s 


273 


Dirk KOCH-96321 


9632h 


ACUTE, Ernest Henry 




1939 


s 


272 


Pearl F BOARDMAN-9.6.3.2 


8272121 


ALARIC, Megan 


4 Dec 1985 




p 


194 


Michael ALARIC-827212h 


82721 2h 


ALARIC, Michael 


21 Aug 1957 




s 


194 


L N BOARDMAN-827212 


827321 


ALBERTS, Amanda Rene 


7 Sep 1958 




p 


202 


H W N ALBERTS-82732h 


827323 


ALBERTS, Ansulet 


18 May 1968 




p 


202 


H W N ALBERTS-82732h 


82732h 


ALBERTS, HendrikWillem N 


27 Jul 1931 




s 


202 


A RAUBENHEINER-82732 


827322 


ALBERTS, Hendrik Willem 


21 Jun 1962 




p 


202 


H W N ALBERTS-82732h 


1.4.2.3h 


ALEXANDER, Fred 


Abt 1874 




s 


30 


Minnie MORKEL-1 .4.2.3 


9.4.5 h 


ALLISON, 






s 


500 


Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 


8.1.2.6h 


ALTERN, Walter 






s 


412 


Alexandra T MALLET-8.1 .2.6 


825.13.1.4 


ANDERSON, Bryan 


2 Mar 1972 




p 


135 


C ANDERSON-825.13.1h 


825.13.1h 


ANDERSON, Charles 






s 


135 


Anne Irene KEOWN-825.13.1 


825.13.1.3 


ANDERSON, Grahann 


May 1 968 




p 


135 


C ANDERSON-825.13.1h 


825.13.1.2 


ANDERSON, Kim 


13 Dec 1965 




p 


135 


C ANDERSON-825.13.1h 


825.13.1.1 


ANDERSON, Sharon 


15 Feb 1964 




s 


136 


Nichols CHAPMAN-825.13.1.? 


81621h2 


ANTHONY, Graham 






s 


51 


C G C BOARDMAN-81621 


82841 1W 


ARMITAGE, Tracy 


12 Jun 1965 




s 


179 


Dean BOARDMAN-82841 1 


02.2 w 


ASHTON, Mary 


Oct 1742 


12 Aug 1816 


s 


324 


Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 


15125 h 


ATKINSON, Leslie 






s 


513 


J P CRAWFORD-15125 w 


9411323 


AUBREY, Amanda Michelle 


4 Mar 1 972 




p 


492 


Neville J AUBREY-941 132 h 


9411321 


AUBREY, Cheryl Mae 


15 Feb 1965 




s 


539 


Hamish PETRIE-941 1321 h 


9411322 


AUBREY, Jennifer Dawn 


4 Nov 1967 




s 


540 


C Miguel THOMAS-941 1322 h 


941 1 32 h 


AUBREY, Neville John 


9 Feb 1940 




s 


492 


Margaret 1 BAKER-941132 


82841 2W 


AYERS, Sharon 






s 


180 


T BOARDMAN-82841 2 


825.14.W 


BABLE, Jane 






s 


137 


E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 


816722 


BADEN-POWELL, Alexander 


1973 




p 


66 


M BADEN-POWELL-81672 


8.1.6.7h 


BADEN-POWELL, Arthur Robert P L 1913 


1962 


s 


48 


C C BOARDMAN-8.1.6.7 


816721 


BADEN-POWELL, David 


6 Jan 1971 




p 


66 


M BADEN-POWELL-81672 


81672 


BADEN-POWELL, Michael D 


6 Nov 1941 




s 


66 


Joan BERRYMAN-81672W 


816723 


BADEN-POWELL, Miles 


1975 




p 


66 


M BADEN-POWELL-81672 


81671 


BADEN-POWELL, Robert 


15 Oct 1936 




s 


65 


Patience BATTY-81671w 


81673 


BADEN-POWELL, Wendy 


16 Sep 1944 




p 


48 


A BADEN-POWELL-8.1.6.7h 


822321 1 


BADENHURST, Aletta 


12 Sep 1984 




p 


94 


W BADENHURST-822321h 


822321 h 


BADENHURST, W.J. 






s 


94 


Hester H KRUGER-822321 


8223212 


BADENHURST, Willem J 


9 Apr 1986 




p 


94 


W BADENHURST-822321h 


98614 


BAILEY, Desmond Leslie 


1953 




s 


291 


SSAUNDERS-98614W 


986123 


BAILEY, Edward 






p 


289 


Lawrence BAILEY-98612 


986141 


BAILEY, Gail Claire 






p 


291 


Desmond L BAILEY-98614 


986131 


BAILEY, Grant 






p 


290 


Richard D BAILEY-98613 


9.8.6.1h 


BAILEY, Herbert Lawrence 






s 


287 


Rotha J BOARDMAN-9.8.6.1 


98612 


BAILEY, Lawrence 


1946 




s 


289 


Elizabeth -9861 2w 


986122 


BAILEY, Lynda 






p 


289 


Lawrence BAILEY-98612 


98615 


BAILEY, Maureen Ellen 


1956 




s 


292 


H SAUNDERS-98615h 


98613 


BAILEY, Richard David 


1951 




s 


290 


Michelle BREWS-98613w 


98611 


BAILEY, Shirley Jean 


23 Dec 1943 




s 


288 


Ken WOR-98611h 


986121 


BAILEY, Susan 






p 


289 


Lawrence BAILEY-98612 


94113 


BAKER, Alwyn Evelyn 


2 Oct 1908 


4 Jul 1984 


s 


491 


G BETTESWORTH-941 1 3 w 


9411313 


BAKER, Andrew Keith 


1 Jul 1968 




p 


538 


Donald E BAKER-941131 


941111 


BAKER, Bertha Sheila 


1939 




p 


439 


Walter B BAKER-941 1 1 


941112 


BAKER, Clarence Barker 


1907 


1979 


s 


535 


C Freda RANDALL-941 1 1 2 w 


94115 


BAKER, Claude Lockhart 


16 Dec 1918 




s 


537 


Mavis T DAMSTER-941 15 w 


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Sorted Individuals List 



Bom Died 



ID 


rNaiTiG 


/unr 


/Ri ir 

/Dur 


\ / 

V 


^/lDlM 


opouse, rareni or L/niiu 


9411123 


BAKER, Clive Clarence 


1947 




p 


535 


Clarence B BAKER-941 112 


94114 


BAKER, Cyrl Boardman 


9 Aug 1913 




S 


536 


Mary GARDNER-941 14 w 


941114 


BAKER, Daphne Beryl 


1945 




P 


439 


Walter B BAKER-941 11 


9411311 


BAKER, David Wayne 


10 Feb 1966 




P 


538 


Donald E BAKER-941 131 


941131 


BAKER, Donald Evelyn 


20 Nov 1937 




S 


538 


HAMMARSTROM-941131 w 


941113 


BAKER, Evan Boardman 


1943 




P 


439 


Walter B BAKER-941 11 


9411121 


BAKER, Grace Edna 


1939 




p 


535 


Clarence B BAKER-941 112 


9411314 


BAKER, Graeme C 


17 Aug 1970 




p 


538 


Donald E BAKER-941 131 


9411122 


BAKER, Jean Mary 


1941 




p 


535 


Clarence B BAKER-941 112 


9411312 


BAKER, Kevin Paul 


25 May 1967 




p 


538 


Donald E BAKER-941 131 


941132 


BAKER, Margaret Isabel 


21 Jul 1941 




s 


492 


Neville J AUBREY-941 1 32 h 


941151 


BAKER, Patricia May 


1947 




p 


537 


Claude L BAKER-941 15 


941115 


BAKER, Roderick Bernard 


1950 




p 


439 


Walter B BAKER-941 11 


941152 


BAKER, Shirley May 


1954 




p 


537 


Claude L BAKER-94115 


941133 


BAKER, Valere Ann 


7 Jun 1945 




p 


491 


Alwyn E BAKER-941 13 


94111 


BAKER, Walter Burford 


21 Jan 1906 


1968 


s 


439 


Bertha S HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 


9.4.1.1 h 


BAKER, Walter Burford 


10 Aug 1875 


10 Nov 1952 


s 


490 


MaryCBBEETON-9.4.1.1 


941112 


BAKER, Walter Burfurd II 


1940 




p 


439 


Walter B BAKER-941 11 


8.1.7.1W 


BAKER, Winifred Lucie 




Mar 1981 


s 


70 


N H BOARDMAN-8.1.7.1 


817223 


BANDS, Christopher James 


15 Nov 1972 




p 


76 


Leonard M BANDS-81722h 


817221 


BANDS, Jonathan William 


3 Jun 1967 




p 


76 


Leonard M BANDS-81722h 


81722h 


BANDS, Leonard Michael 


28 Dec 1940 




8 


76 


Louise BOARDMAN-81722 


817222 


BANDS, Mark Edward 


23 Apr 1970 




P 


76 


Leonard M BANDS-81722h 


828453 


BARKHUIZON, Antoinette 


20 Feb 1966 




P 


176 


D F BARKHUIZON-82845 


82845 


BARKHUIZON, David F 


23 Jun 1938 




s 


176 


Ins 1 BOARDMAN-82845 


828451 


BARKHUIZON, Ingrid Anita 


16 Jun 1961 




P 


176 


D F BARKHUIZON-82845 


828452 


BARKHUIZON, Rene 


24 Nov 1962 




P 


176 


D F BARKHUIZON-82845 


9631 1h 


BARTHORPE, Alec J. 






s 


270 


Jean BOARDMAN-9631 1 


81 671 w 


BATTY, Patience 






8 


65 


R BADEN-POWELL-81671 


05.1 


BAXTER, Isobel 






S 


369 


James BOARDMAN-05.1 


X8.3.1 


BEAMISH, Alfred 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.3 


BEAMISH, Arthur 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.7 


BEAMISH, Cecil 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


x8.3h 


BEAMISH, Charles L 






S 


387 


Eliza Jane THOMAS-x8.3 


X8.3.2 


BEAMISH, Christy Rebecca 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.8 


BEAMISH, Dorothy 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.6 


BEAMISH, Herbert 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.4 


BEAMISH, James 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


X8.3.5 


BEAMISH, Jane 






P 


387 


Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 


9.8.6.2W 


BEER, Magrieta Gertrude A 


25 Feb 1925 




8 


293 


H A BOARDMAN-9.8.6.2 


9.4h 


BEETON, Arthur 


20 Oct 1839 




8 


424 


Sarah H BOARDMAN-9.4 


9.4.3 


BEETON, Arthur John 


11 Jan 1863 


Abt 1940 


S 


498 


L ROSENWEIGH-9.4.3 w 


9.4.1.2 


BEETON, Charles Henry A 


4 Mar 1882 


31 Jan 1960 


S 


493 


Magdalena WAHL-9.4.1 .2 w 


9.4.2 


BEETON, Eliza Emily 


8 Jun 1860 




8 


497 


Aaron PENTZ-9.4.2 h 


9.4.1.5 


BEETON, Ernest Edward 


2 Nov 1892 




8 


496 


Lily B THOMPSON-9.4.1 .5 w 


9.4.1.3 


BEETON, Herbert William 


10 Feb 1884 


24 Jun 1963 


S 


494 


Bee BRIGMAN-9.4.1.3 w 


9.4.1.4 


BEETON, Jessie Emily 


5 Mar 1887 


11 Apr 1960 


S 


495 


H.C.V.DSPRY-9.4.1.4h 


9.4.5 


BEETON, Jessie Ellen 


1868 


1950 


8 


500 


ALLISON-9.4.5 h 


9.4.1.1 


BEETON, Mary Catherine B 


5 Apr 1880 


1 Dec 1969 


S 


490 


Walter BBAKER-9.4.1.1 h 


9.4.4 


BEETON, Polly (Mary) A F 


10 Jan 1866 


13 Jun 1958 


8 


499 


Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


9.4.1 


BEETON, Thomas Barker 


13 Nov 1858 


15 Aug 1938 


S 


489 


M J. K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w 


2131413 


BERKELEY, Kimble-Lee S 


18 Aug 1988 




P 


6 


T Alan BERKELEY-213141h2 


213141h2 


BERKELEY, Tony Alan 


18 Jul 1953 




8 


6 


Meryl M WINTER-213141 


81672W 


BERRYMAN, Joan 






8 


66 


M BADEN-POWELL-81672 


94113 w 


BETTESWORTH, Grace B 


9 Jan 1910 


26 Aug 1994 


8 


491 


Alwyn E BAKER-94113 


827621 w 


BEZUIDENHOUDT, Amelia 


22 Feb 1965 




8 


217 


W VAN NIEKERK-827621 


828262W 


BIJL, Brenda Dawn 


13 Aug 1962 




8 


168 


John Derek UYS-828262 


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/Chr 


Died 
/bur 


\ 


/ 


MRIN 


1 1 1 _ 
Spouse, Parent or Child 


983421 w 


BILBOROUGH, Helen 






8 


433 


Alan D BOARDMAN-983421 


82761 3h 


BIRK, Pieter Johannes Herman 




8 


215 


S MALHERBE-827613 


8.2.9.4h 


DiopLinFF Chricitnnhpl 1 


31 Oct 1914 




8 


239 


Thora BOARDMAN-8.2.9.4 


82944 


RiopuoFF Hpnrv 


?7 Nov 1 958 




P 


239 


C L BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 


82943 


RICIPHOFF Inhn 






P 


239 


C L BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 


82942 


RRHHOFF 1 ol ita 


8 Dec 1 946 




P 


239 


C L BlSCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 


82941 


BISCHOFF Lorraine 


1 Oct 1 944 




1 


3 


239 


C L BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 


01.514 w 


BLACKLEDGE Jane 






8 


339 


T W BOARDMAN-01.514 


8256h2 


BLYTHE John 






8 


110 


M Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 


983441 


BOARDAN, Craigh Edward V 


3 Jul 1971 




1 


P 


435 


Noel V BOARDMAN-98344 


8.7 


BOARDMAN, Abraham 


23 Dec 1848 


1849 




P 


334 


James H BOARDMAN-8 


8.2.8.5 


BOARDMAN, Ada Johanna 


21 Nov 1911 






s 


178 


J WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h 


983421 


BOARDMAN, Alan Derek 


31 Aug 1954 






s 


433 


H BILBOROUGH-983421W 


98341 


BOARDMAN, Albert John 1 


16 Nov 1928 






s 


307 


R J SADLER-98341W 


9.8.3.4 


BOARDMAN, Albert John 


Abt 1908 






s 


306 


C R ROMBERG-9.8.3.4W 


9.8.3 w 


BOARDMAN, Alberta Johanna 


1 Nov 1927 




s 


302 


W S BOARDMAN-9.8.3 


82232 


BOARDMAN Aletta Louise 


8 Mar 1933 






s 


93 


Frans KRUGER-82232h 


82811 


BOARDMAN Alfred 








P 


139 


H H BOARDMAN-8.2.8.1 


82841 


BOARDMAN, Alfred Francis 


28 Nov 1932 






s 


174 


E M THOMPSON-82841W 


82816 


BOARDMAN, Alfred Herbert 


14 Dec 1950 






s 


145 


Claire CANNON-82816w 


8.2.8 


BOARDMAN, Alfred Herbert 


8 Aug 1873 






s 


378 


Johanna E NAUDE-8.2.8 w 




BOARDMAN, Alice 














01.5711212 


BOARDMAN, Alice 








p 


363 


A H BOARDMAN-01 .571 1 21 


8.2.5.4 


BOARDMAN, Alice Irene 


19 Nov 1884 






s 


374 


William J KEOWN-825.13.h 


9834121 


BOARDMAN, Alison Jean 








p 


309 


D J BOARDMAN-983412 


98623 


BOARDMAN, Allen 


1958 






s 


295 


J Ann DUURSMAN-98623W 


817242 


BOARDMAN, Amanda C 


18 Nov 1977 






p 


77 


T A BOARDMAN-81724 


829612 


BOARDMAN, Anelda Philine 


15 Jul 1977 






p 


244 


P C BOARDMAN-82961 


.01.6 


BOARDMAN, Ann 


13 Aug 1780 


26 Jun 1785 




p 


324 


Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 


81622 


BOARDMAN, Ann Crause 








s 


52 


Jan Van TONDER-81622h 


01.5121 


BOARDMAN, Ann Street 


1874 


1875 




p 


343 


James BOARDMAN-01 .512 


01.56 


BOARDMAN, Ann Speke 


1823 


1889 




p 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


82813 


BOARDMAN, Anna J S 


20 Dec 1939 






s 


141 


Martinus J LAAS-82813h 


828461 


BOARDMAN, Annamarie 


22 Jun 1975 






p 


177 


C H BOARDMAN-82846 


829241 


BOARDMAN, AnneLize 


9 Feb 1955 






p 


236 


N G BOARDMAN-82924 


98631 


BOARDMAN, Annette 


4 Nov 1969 






p 


296 


G H E BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 


8.11. 


BOARDMAN, Annie Maria 


1 Apr 1857 






s 


385 


Henry HARVEY 


81653 


BOARDMAN, Anthea 


14 Mar 1933 


31 Mar 1994 




s 


61 


G R MAWSON-81653h 


01.571121 


BOARDMAN, Anthony Hubert Gray 






s 


363 


Catherine PENN-01.571121w 


8.1.11.1 


BOARDMAN, Auriel 


1 Nov 1908 


11 Nov 1965 




s 


250 


H J HOFFMAN-8.1.11.1h 


9.8.3.6 


BOARDMAN, Bertha Caroline 


Abt 1912 






s 


428 


Thomas SPANN-9.8.3.6h 


9.8.1 


BOARDMAN, Bertha Caroline 


1873 


1947 




p 


380 


G H BOARDMAN-9.8 


82741 


BOARDMAN, Beulah Daphne 


7 Nov 1928 






s 


220 


Harold LAUGHTON-82741h 


98952 


BOARDMAN, Beverley 


20 Dec 1972 






p 


467 


G A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 


816314 


BOARDMAN, Bridget 








p 


54 


C H BOARDMAN-81631 


828171 


BOARDMAN, Bridgette 


25 Oct 1978 






p 


147 


D M BOARDMAN-82817 


98961 


BOARDMAN, Bryan John 


29 Apr 1975 






p 


470 


John A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.6 


828462 


BOARDMAN, Carine 


30 Sep 1977 






p 


177 


C H BOARDMAN-82846 


9.6.4 


BOARDMAN, Caroline 








p 


379 


John C BOARDMAN-9.6 


8.1.13. 


BOARDMAN, Caroline E 


8 Jan 1883 






p 


386 


Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 


9.5 


BOARDMAN, Caroline M T 


10 Jan 1841 






s 


425 


John LYNCH-9.5h 


8.2.7.4 


BOARDMAN, Carrington 


9 Dec 1 905 


24 Dec 1970 




s 


219 


S E JOHNSON-8.2.7.4W 


825831 


BOARDMAN, Cathy Ann 


1 Dec 1963 






p 


115 


D C BOARDMAN-82583 


8.1.6.5 


BOARDMAN, Cecil Crause 


3 Aug 1907 


1981 




s 


46 


Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5W 


8.2.5.5 


BOARDMAN, Cecil Willoby 








p 


373 


James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 


989112 


BOARDMAN, Chantel 


16 Jan 1970 






s 


451 


Jacco LUBBE-989112W 


82721 1 


BOARDMAN, Charlene Ann 


28 Jan 1956 






s 


192 


VANDER MERWE-827211h 



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/Phr 
II 


/Riir 
/ ljui 


\/ 


MRIN 

IVIril IN 


Rnni icp Parent nr OW\\c\ 


01.5711222 


BOARDMAN, 


Charlotte 






P 


364 


N P BOARDMAN- 01.571122 


828141 


BOARDMAN, 


Charmaine 






P 


142 


H H BOARDMAN-82814 


829611 


BOARDMAN, 


Cheldi Celeste 


25 May 1975 




P 


244 


P C BOARDMAN-82961 


9891111 


BOARDMAN, 


Cheryl 


3 Sep 1 993 




P 


450 


M E BOARDMAN-9891 1 1 


9.6.2 


BOARDMAN, 


Chrissie 






P 


379 


John C BOARDMAN-9.6 


817241 


BOARDMAN, 


Claire 


12 Nov 1985 




P 


502 


S BOARDMAN-81734 


01.5122 


BOARDMAN, 


Clara Ellen 


24 Sep 1875 




S 


347 


Esmond STUBBS-01.5122 h 


8.2.5.8 


BOARDMAN, 


Clarence Gerald 




S 


112 


Doris SMITH-8.2.5.8h 


82581 


BOARDMAN, 


Clarice May 


22 Jan 1 934 




s 


113 


H C BRADFIELD-82581h 


825.14.4 


BOARDMAN, 


Claude 






p 


137 


E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 


8.1.6 


BOARDMAN, 


Clement H C 


27 Apr 1870 


11 May 1946 


s 


390 


Lillian G DOYLE-8.1.6w 


81631 


BOARDMAN, 


Clifford H 


2 Sep 1934 


1974 


s 


53 


Jean ROBINSON-81631w 


82846 


BOARDMAN, 


Clifford Harold 


3 Nov 1950 




s 


177 


P K VAN NICKERK-82846W 


9.8.9.1 


BOARDMAN, 


Clifford Hedley 


5 Sep 1916 


1 Feb 1987 


s 


448 


H M ROBERTSON-9.8.9.1W 


825834 


BOARDMAN, 


Clint Gregory 


10 Apr 1976 




p 


115 


D C BOARDMAN-82583 


8.1.3.5 


BOARDMAN, 


Constance Olive 




p 


392 


E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 


8.1.6.7 


BOARDMAN, 


Corinnp* C 

>_/V./l II II Iw >h/ 


30 Oct 1 909 


1933 


s 


48 


A BADEN-POWELL-8.1.6.7h 


81621 


BOARDMAN, 


Corlnne G C 


2 Dec 1923 




s 


50 


Garfield THOMAS-81621h 


828413 


BOARDMAN, 


Craig 


30 Oct 1 964 




p 


174 


A F BOARDMAN-82841 


98343 


BOARDMAN, 


Cvnthia June 

y 1 III II u ^ u 1 1 w 


4 Jun 1930 

r vui 1 1 




s 


434 


D F CAMPBELL-98343h 


8.2.9.8 


BOARDMAN, 


Cvnthia Mav 

y 1 ill II \iA ■ V 1 y 


12 Aug 1927 




s 


247 


J GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 


825.14.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Cvril 

y 1 II 






p 


137 


E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 


82572 


BOARDMAN, 


Daohne 

L^CAIi^l 11 1^ 






8 


419 


LAMPRECHT-82572h 


01.512711 


BOARDMAN, 


David 


22 Jan 1 941 




P 


356 


E BOARDMAN-01.51271 


82722 


BOARDMAN, 


David Bernard 


28 May 1935 




8 


195 


Jean LOXTON-82722w 


983412 


BOARDMAN, 


David John 


6 Dec 1 960 




S 


309 


Lydia WILLOWS-983412w 


81.11.312 


BOARDMAN, 


David Neville 


7 Jan 1983 




8 


259 


Connie CHINSEN-81 .1 1 .31 2w 


81721 


BOARDMAN, 


David William 


27 Jan 1 941 




8 


423 


M TAKEBAYASHI-81721W 


82841 1 


BOARDMAN, 


Dean 


23 Jun 1960 




8 


179 


Tracy ARMlTAGE-82841 1 W 


82583 


BOARDMAN, 


Denis Clyde 


11 Jun 1939 




8 


115 


J A MACKINTOTH-82583W 


9.8.6.6 


BOARDMAN, 


Denis James C 


10 Dec 1929 




P 


286 


G HI BOARDMAN-9.8.6 


98911 


BOARDMAN, 


Dennis R 


28 May 1943 


8 May 1987 


S 


449 


D GROENEWALD-9891 1 w 


827231 


BOARDMAN, 


Deon 


22 Jun 1968 




P 


196 


W C BOARDMAN-82723 


828172 


BOARDMAN 


Deon Martin 1 


1 Mar 1983 




P 


147 


D M BOARDMAN-82817 


82817 


BOARDMAN 


Deon Martin 


14 Aug 1952 




S 


147 


Leone ZEELIE-82817w 


81651 


BOARDMAN 


Diane 


13 Jan 1940 




8 


59 


MCKENNA-81651h 


82575 


BOARDMAN 


Dinah 






P 


111 


J F BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 


8.2.9.6 


BOARDMAN 


Donald C 


8 Aug 1922 


24 Sep 1961 


S 


243 


Judith S MOOLMAN-8.2.9.6W 


98342 


BOARDMAN 


Donald Mitchel 


4 Jun 1930 




s 


431 


E Agnes MANLEY-98342w 


983423 


BOARDMAN 


Donald Patrick 


27 Jun 1953 




p 


431 


D M BOARDMAN-98342 


8.2.5.12. 


BOARDMAN 


Doreen Emily 






8 


131 


Hugh MOSS-825.12.h 


9.8.6.4 


BOARDMAN 


Doris Edwina C 


18 Jul 1925 




8 


297 


James J RICHARDS-9.8.6.4h 


82844 


BOARDMAN 


Dorothy E 


20 Jun 1939 




S 


175 


C VAN ROOYEN-82844H 


8.1.7.3 


BOARDMAN 


Douglas B 


2 Mar 1918 


1 Oct 1989 


s 


72 


Gloria D SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w 


9.8.3.8 


BOARDMAN 


Douglas George 1916 




s 


430 


Joan P GRIFFITHS-9.8.3.8W 


81733 


BOARDMAN 


Douglas John 


15 Feb 1954 


31 Dec 1969 


p 


72 


D B BOARDMAN-8.1.7.3 


82222 


BOARDMAN 


Dudley 






p 


89 


H D BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 


829212 


BOARDMAN 


Duncan David 


11 Apr 1966 




p 


232 


L W M BOARDMAN-82921 


8.2.2.5 


BOARDMAN 


Duncan H 


16 Nov 1897 




8 


99 


Joyce CHADWICK-8.2.2.5W 


82721 


BOARDMAN 


, Earl Philip 


30 Mar 1932 




s 


191 


N 1 PEARSALL-82721W 


8.1.3 


BOARDMAN 


, Ebenezer Cecil 


12 Oct 1864 


18 Oct 1923 


s 


392 


H ENGLEBRECHT-8.1.3W 


8.3 


BOARDMAN 


, Ebenezer N 


14 Dec 1838 




p 


334 


James H BOARDMAN-8 


8.1.5 


BOARDMAN 


, Edith Letitia 


13 Aug 1868 


5 Nov 1885 


p 


386 


Philip WBOARDMAN-8.1 


8.1.3.3 


BOARDMAN 


, Edith Virile 






p 


392 


E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 


8.2.5.14. 


BOARDMAN 


, Edlar Raleigh 






s 


137 


Jane BABLE-825.14.W 


8.1.6.1 


BOARDMAN 


, Edna Crause 


22 Aug 1899 


12 Jan 1900 


p 


390 


C H C BOARDMAN-8.1.6 


8.1.6.9 


BOARDMAN 


, Edward C 


30 Nov 1914 


25 Jan 1915 


p 


390 


C H C BOARDMAN-8.1.6 



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01.5124 

81652 

8.2.1 

01.21 

03.7 

829221 

01.5111 

03.3 

04.5 

01.55 

01.511 

81.11.2 

9.8.9.4 

9.1 

8.1.9 

98323 

9.8.6.5 

01.51271 

81.11.6 

96352 

01.5112 

8.2.2.1 

81634w2 

9.8.9.2 

9.8.9.2 

81634W 

8.2.5.13. 

82231 

8.1.3.4 

9.6.7 

8.2.5.1 

96354 

9.8.9.5 

9.8.6 

9.6.5 

9.8 

9.8.6.3 

8.2.7.1 

829511 

825822 

8.1.3.2 

8.1.6.6 

82951 

8.2.9.1 

01.5141 

01.51213 

01.5113 w 

01.5126 

8.2.2.2 

01.512621 

81731 

9.6.3.1 

9.8.6.2 

82814 



BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 



V MRIN Spouse, Parent or Child 



Edward James 
Elaine 22 May 1931 

Elaine 3 Feb 1977 

Eleanor Jane 1882 
Elizabeth 23 Aug 1 941 
Elizabeth 15 Jan 1860 

Elizabeth 5 Jul 1793 

Elizabeth 1724 
Elizabeth C 1 Feb 1971 
Ellen 1871 
Ellen 22 Aug 1716 

Ellen 17 Nov 1693 

Ellen 1817 
Ellis Chantler 1846 
Elsa 24 Dec 1 909 

Elsie Bertha 22 Oct 1 939 
Emily M 21 Dec 1834 

Emma Louisa 31 Jul 1875 
Enid du Plessis 
Enid Irene 15 Jul 1925 
Erik Oswald 1921 
Esme 24 Sep 1 922 

Estelle 1 937 

Ethel Chantler 1876 
Ethel Margaret 
Eve 
Evelyn 

Evelyn Marjorie 1 4 Oct 1919 
Fran 

Frances Olive 

Frances R 29 Mar 1 929 
Francis Cecil Rhodes 
Frederick Alphonse 
Frederick William 
Geoffrey Edward T 1 942 
George Arthur 27 Aug 1942 
George Herbert I 1883 
George Herbert 
George H 1 Dec 1 850 
George Herbert Eric 
Georgina W 20 Jan 1 900 
Gerald 5 Aug 1983 

Gerald Wayne 1 6 Sep 1 963 
Gertrude Johanna 
Grace Crause 25 Sep 1908 
Guy 8 Aug 1952 

Gwendoline M 6 Nov 191 
Hannah Blackledge 1 893 



Hannah Street 
Hannah Street 
Harold 

Harold DIXIE 
Heather 
Heather A 
Hector Dell 
Hedley Aubrey 
Henry Herbert 



1856 
1878 
1890 

1952 
31 Jan 1 947 

2 Feb 1922 
1 Apr 1944 





P 


379 




S 


221 




P 


236 


1927 


P 


343 




s 


60 




s 


376 




S 


333 




p 


368 




p 


234 




S 


346 




p 


368 




s 


371 




S 


341 


1908 


s 


342 


H r\ r" o 

1952 


s 


253 




s 


463 




p 


327 




s 


397 




p 


303 




s 


298 




s 


356 




s 


267 




s 


283 


1877 


p 


342 




s 


399 




s 


58 


1985 


s 


452 




s 


57 




s 


134 




s 


92 




p 


392 




p 


379 




p 


373 




s 


285 




s 


467 


1969 


s 


286 




p 


379 




s 


380 




s 


296 


1980 


s 


181 




p 


241 




p 


114 




p 


392 


1 973 


s 


47 




s 


241 




s 


226 




p 


339 


1917 


s 


340 


1973 


s 


344 


1964 


s 


352 




s 


89 




p 


353 




s 


78 




s 


269 




s 


293 




s 


142 



Printed by Ancestral Quest^"^ 



John C BOARDMAN-9.6 
Albert E WILLIAMS-82742h 
N G BOARDMAN-82924 
James BOARDMAN-01.512 
J DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 
George A E HARVEY-8.2.1h 
John EDDLESTON-01.21 h 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 
W J M BOARDMAN-82922 
ACHEETHAM-01.5111 h 
James BOARDMAN-04.3 
C WOODWORTH-04.5 h 
Joseph ORRELL-01.55 h 
Mary Ann WOOD-01 .51 1 w 
J FLOCKHART-81.11.2h 
C Louis HAGER-9.8.9.4h 
William J BOARDMAN-9 
Charles TEKRON-8.1.9h 
W SI BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 
Barend G WORST-9.8.6.5h 
Olive CARTER-01.51271 w 
Hendrik J NAUDE-81.11.6h 
Jean STAUFFER-96352h 
Ellis C BOARDMAN-01. 511 
Peter 0'CONNOR-8.2.2.1h 
W BOARDMAN-81634 

R C T MCCLUGHAN-9.8.9.2h 
W BOARDMAN-81634 
William J KEOWN-825.13.h 
Douglas SHARP-82231h 
E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 
John C BOARDMAN-9.6 
James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 
Gail -96354W 

Ann VERMEULEN-9.8.9.5W 
Rotha May C PELL-9.8.6 w 
John C BOARDMAN-9.6 
Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 
June FOYER-9.8.6.3W 
George GREEN-8.2.7.1h 
Guy BOARDMAN-82951 
N T BOARDMAN-82582 
E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 
J Q D DE LACY-8.1.6.6h 
Elsa VERMEULEN-82951W 
Francois P F NELL-8.2.9.1h 
TW BOARDMAN-01. 51 4 
Gilbert MARSH-01.51213 h 
TH BOARDMAN-01. 51 13 
Hilda B PHIPPS-01.5126 w 
J A VAN ROYN-8.2.2.2W 
R P BOARDMAN-01 .51 262 
A E Dixon SEAGAR-81731h 
Muriel HOOD-9.6.3.1w 
Magrieta G A BEER-9.8.6.2w 
Annie THIART-82814w 



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Sorted Individuals List 



Born Died 



ID 




/Chr 


/Bur 


V 


MRIN 


Soouse Parent or Child 


828182 


BOARDMAN, Henry Herbert 


5 Mar 1985 




P 


149 


Philip J BOARDMAN-82818 


8.2.8.1 


BOARDMAN, Henry Herbert 


1900 




S 


139 


Maggie VAN WYK-8.2.8.1w 


01.5127 


BOARDMAN, Henry Spencer 


1893 


1964 


S 


355 


M May FLETCHER-01.5127 w 


98621 


BOARDMAN, Herbert Aubrey 


1950 




P 


293 


H A BOARDMAN-9.8.6.2 


8.2.5.10. 


BOARDMAN, Hildred Czarina 


1906 


25 May 1984 


s 


116 


R B CROWDER-8.2.5.10.h 


8.1.10 


BOARDMAN, Holbrook A 


8 Aug 1877 


1 Aug 1929 


p 


386 


Philip WBOARDMAN-8.1 


8.2.7.7 


BOARDMAN, Hope 


Abt1911 




p 


377 


W C BOARDMAN-8.2.7 


8.2.2 


BOARDMAN, Humphry! 


10 Jun 1861 


18 Sep 1901 


s 


372 


Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 


817112 


BOARDMAN, Ian 






p 


73 


Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 


81.11.7 


BOARDMAN, Idris Peter J 


7 Feb 1931 




p 


249 


James BOARDMAN-8.1 .1 1 . 


9.8.8 


BOARDMAN, Irene Florence 






s 


442 


William HAGGET-9.8.8h 


8.2.7.5 


BOARDMAN, Irene Pearl 


23 Sep 1908 


4 Sep 1959 


s 


209 


J S JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h 


9.8.3.7 


BOARDMAN, Irene Winifred 


1913 




s 


429 


BRYNE-9.8.3.7h 


8.2.8.3 


BOARDMAN, Iris Irene 


10 Nov 1903 




s 


172 


Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 


82845 


BOARDMAN, Iris Irene 


16 Jan 1942 




s 


176 


D F BARKHUIZON-82845 


829512 


BOARDMAN, Irmarie 


25 Sep 1985 




p 


241 


Guy BOARDMAN-82951 


01.57 


BOARDMAN, Isaac 


11 Jun 1826 


17 Feb 1909 


p 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


81711 


BOARDMAN, Ivan 






s 


73 


C HODGKINSON-81711W 


8.2.2.4 


BOARDMAN, Ivy Muriel 






s 


97 


Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h 


825.14.1 


BOARDMAN, James 






p 


137 


E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 


8.1.11. 


BOARDMAN, James 


15 Oct 1879 


22 Sep 1967 


s 


249 


E May MEIRING-8.1 .1 1 .w 


.05 


BOARDMAN, James 


30 Apr 1779 


10 Jan 1853 


s 


337 


NN CLAYTON-01 .5 w 


04.3 


BOARDMAN, James 


22 Sep 1689 




s 


368 


Isabel HARRISON-04.3W 


9.7 


BOARDMAN, James 






p 


327 


William J BOARDMAN-9 


05.1 


BOARDMAN, James 


1662 


2 Dec 1728 


s 


369 


Isobel BAXTER-05.1 


8.2.5 


BOARDMAN, James 


13 Sep 1866 




s 


373 


Frances E WYATT-8.2.5 w 


03.2 


BOARDMAN, James 


28 Feb 1714 




p 


368 


James BOARDMAN-04.3 


01.53 


BOARDMAN, James 


13 Jan 1814 


1880 


p 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


01.512 


BOARDMAN, James 


1850 


1838 


s 


343 


Ellen Ann WOOD-01 .51 2 w 


8.1.1 


BOARDMAN, James 


27 Mar 1858 


8 Dec 1879 


p 


381 


Philip WBOARDMAN-8.1 


8.2.5.7 


BOARDMAN, James French 






s 


111 


Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 


8 


BOARDMAN, James Hayes 


22 Jul 1808 


22 Aug 1889 


s 


334 


Elizabeth DIXlE-8 w 


817243 


BOARDMAN, James Simon 


1 1 Aug 1 983 




p 


77 


TABOARDMAN-81724 


8.9 


BOARDMAN, Jane Sophia 


9 Feb 1852 




p 


384 


James H BOARDMAN-8 


8.1.2 


BOARDMAN, Jane Sophia H 


3 Aug 1862 




8 


391 


GrevilleWMALLET-8.1.2h 


01.571123 


BOARDMAN, Janet Gray 


1955 




8 


365 


Rupert E H LAW-01.571123h 


828151 


BOARDMAN, Janine 






P 


144 


TRBOARDMAN-82815 


828414 


BOARDMAN, Janine Francis 


2 May 1969 




P 


174 


A F BOARDMAN-82841 


81632 


BOARDMAN, Jean 


5 Mar 1938 




s 


55 


Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 


96311 


BOARDMAN, Jean 






8 


270 


A J. BARTHORPE-96311h 


82574 


BOARDMAN, Jean Dell 






8 


282 


J Dell BOARDMAN-82574h 


01.5711211 


BOARDMAN, Jemma 






P 


363 


A H BOARDMAN-01 .571 121 


825741 


BOARDMAN, Jennifer 


1969 




P 


282 


J Dell BOARDMAN-82574h 


825823 


BOARDMAN, Jennifer Anne 


9 Feb 1965 




P 


114 


N T BOARDMAN-82582 


8281 6w2 


BOARDMAN, Jenny 






8 


146 


A H BOARDMAN-82816 


9.8.5 


BOARDMAN, Jessie 






P 


380 


G H BOARDMAN-9.8 


9.9 


BOARDMAN, Jessie Letitia 


7 Aug 1853 




P 


327 


William J BOARDMAN-9 


828162 


BOARDMAN, Jo-Anne 






P 


145 


AH BOARDMAN-82816 


81654 


BOARDMAN, John 


16 Jul 1945 




8 


62 


P J SCAWTHON-81654W 


01.57111 


BOARDMAN, John 






P 


360 


J M BOARDMAN-01 .5711 


01.54 


BOARDMAN, John 


1 Nov 1815 


1889 


P 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


01.52 


BOARDMAN, John 


1811 


1814 


P 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


04.6 


BOARDMAN, John 


1695 


29 Apr 1698 


P 


369 


James BOARDMAN-05.1 


9.8.9 


BOARDMAN, John Alfred H 


29 Jan 1894 


23 Jul 1959 


S 


441 


Anna M C SWART-9.8.9w 


6 


BOARDMAN, John Ashton 


8 Jul 1804 


28 Jan 1829 


P 


311 


William BOARDMAN R-0 


9.8.9.6 


BOARDMAN, John Alfred 


22 Jan 1 945 




8 


470 


Maria M DEBEER-9.8.9.6w 


9.6 


BOARDMAN, John Charles 


10 Mar 1845 




8 


379 


Maria SMITH-9.6 w 


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ID 



Name 



Born 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



V 



9.6.3 

01.571 

98324 

82574h 

8.4 

8.2.3 

01.5711 

82812 

8.6 

8.2.9.3 
9.8.9.3 
98951 
01.8 

2 

82962 
8.5 

825832 

82923 

98632 

828154 

9.8.3.1 

8.2.2.6 

825.14.2 

9.6.3.4 

817212 

817231 

9.8.4 

827212 

82963 

81723 

8.1.7.2 

817232 

817211 

82921 

8.1.8 

828153 

81722 

9.8.2 

963531 

98951 

98382 

81732 

983411 

8.2.5.6 

825821 

828463 

04.7 

5 

8.2.6 

01.5713 

8.10. 

98322 

9.6.1 

828181 

8.2.5.11. 

989111 

983443 



BOARDMAN, John Charles I 
BOARDMAN, John Clayton 
BOARDMAN, John du Plessis 
BOARDMAN, John Dell 
BOARDMAN, John Henry 
BOARDMAN, John Henry 
BOARDMAN, John Maginnis 
BOARDMAN, Joseph 
BOARDMAN, Joseph DIXIE 
BOARDMAN, Joy Daphne 
BOARDMAN, Joyce Daphne 
BOARDMAN, Juan Clifford 
BOARDMAN, Judith 
BOARDMAN, Judith 
BOARDMAN, Judith Denise 
BOARDMAN, Judith Jane 
BOARDMAN, Julie Lynne 
BOARDMAN, June Elaine 
BOARDMAN, Karen 
BOARDMAN, Karin 
BOARDMAN, Kathleen Dorothy 
BOARDMAN, Kathleen Rosina 
BOARDMAN, Kenneth 
BOARDMAN, Kenneth Dell 
BOARDMAN, Kent Taro 
BOARDMAN, Kirsten Lee 
BOARDMAN, Laura Emelie 
BOARDMAN, Lauren Norma 
BOARDMAN, Leonie D 
BOARDMAN, Leslie Grey 
BOARDMAN, Leslie Grey 
BOARDMAN, Leslie Grey 
BOARDMAN, Leslie Montaro 
BOARDMAN, Lewellyn W M 
BOARDMAN, Lillian Maud 
BOARDMAN, Lizelle 
BOARDMAN, Louise 
BOARDMAN, Lucy Amelia 
BOARDMAN, Lucy Margaret 
BOARDMAN, Luicelle 
BOARDMAN, Lynden Patricia 
BOARDMAN, Lynette 
BOARDMAN, Lynn Angela 
BOARDMAN, Mabel Ruth 
BOARDMAN, Marcelle May 
BOARDMAN, Maretha 
BOARDMAN, Margaret 
BOARDMAN, Margaret 
BOARDMAN, Margaret A 
BOARDMAN, Margaret E 
BOARDMAN, Margaret H 
BOARDMAN, Margorie 
BOARDMAN, Maria 
BOARDMAN, Marinza R 
BOARDMAN, Marjorie Maud 
BOARDMAN, Mark Evan 2 Nov 1968 
BOARDMAN, Mark Wayne 14 Oct 1 976 



10 Mar 1870 
1878 

1936 
18 Nov 1840 
14 Jun 1863 
5 Jul 1917 

5 Dec 1844 
30 Oct 1916 
16 Feb 1927 
5 Sep 1 990 
20 Sep 1784 
16 Dec 1796 
29 Jul 1950 
5 Dec 1842 
24 Apr 1967 
5 Jun 1943 
12 Jan 1971 

Abt 1 902 



1898 
29 Oct 1 979 
26 Jan 1 976 
20 Dec 1 886 
10 Dec 1959 
28 Dec 1953 

5 Jan 1947 

22 Sep 1913 
18 Oct 1977 
13 Apr 1977 
15 Aug 1940 

7 Aug 1873 

20 Sep 1943 
1877 
1972 

18 May 1969 
1953 

1 Apr 1949 
1 Jul 1958 

23 Sep 1961 
30 Sep 1977 

1697 
14 Dec 1802 
20 Aug 1869 
28 Aug 1 920 

19 Sep 1854 
4 Oct 1930 

6 Apr 1983 



MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



I 



1969 
1944 



21 Apr 1858 



1847 



23 Sep 1865 



27 Jun 1895 



Dec 1976 

2 Sep 1959 
19 Aug 1954 
31 Mar 1977 



1877 



1869 



31 May 1858 



S 268 Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W 
S 359 Janet HOUSTON-01. 571 w 
P 303 W SI BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 
S 282 Jean D BOARDMAN-82574 
P 334 James H BOARDMAN-8 
S 375 Emily M ROBERTS-8.2.3W 

S 360 Nora BOARDMAN-01. 5711 w 
P 139 H H BOARDMAN-8.2.8.1 

P 334 James H BOARDMAN-8 

S 238 Gordon MOLE-8.2.9.3h 

S 458 Oswald A SCORGIE-9.8.9.3h 

P 468 G A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 

S 326 Joseph C GORE-01 .8 h 

S 312 John Henry DIXON-2 H 

S 245 Leopold PFOSER-82962h 

S 394 John ROBERTS-8.5h 

P 115 D C BOARDMAN-82583 

S 235 Gert J KRUGER-82923h 

P 296 G H E BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 

P 144 T R BOARDMAN-82815 

S 310 J J HENDERSON-9831h 

P 372 H T BOARDMAN-8.2.2 

P 137 E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 

S 280 Doris -9.6.3.4w 

P 423 D WBOARDMAN-81721 

P 503 L Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 

S 438 John C HAMILTON-9.8.4 h 

S 194 Michael ALARIC-827212h 

P 243 D C BOARDMAN-8.2.9.6 

S 503 Mary Ann LARSEN-81 723 w 
S 71 J Alida WANDRAS-8.1.7.2W 

P 503 L Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 

P 423 DW BOARDMAN-81 721 

S 232 Maurine SQUIRE-82921W 

P 386 Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 

P 144 TR BOARDMAN-82815 
S 76 Leonard M BANDS-81722h 

P 380 G H BOARDMAN-9.8 

P 284 M R O BOARDMAN-96353 

S 469 Robert CROSBY-98951h 

P 430 D G BOARDMAN-9.8.3.8 
S 79 C Prre FMARAIS-81732h 

S 308 G.M. ELLIOTT-983411 

S 109 DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h 

P 114 N T BOARDMAN-82582 

P 177 C H BOARDMAN-82846 

P 369 James BOARDMAN-05.1 

S 367 William SMITH-5h 

P 335 William J BOARDMAN-8.2 

S 362 Charles Norman BUSWELL 

P 384 James H BOARDMAN-8 

P 303 W SI BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 

P 379 John C BOARDMAN-9.6 

P 149 Philip J BOARDMAN-82818 

8 119 Stephen MURRAY-825.11h 

S 450 Mrs. BOARDMAN-989111W 

P 435 Noel V BOARDMAN-98344 



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ID 


Name 




/Chr 


/Bur 


V 


MRIN 


Spouse, Parent or Child 


02.1 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary 


25 May 1744 


20 Jun 1745 


P 


323 


Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 


02.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary 


27 Nov 1748 




8 


336 


Peter BRIMELOW-02.3 h 


1 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary 


10 Oct 1795 


1837 


S 


331 


William John EARL-lh 


.03 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary 


16 Aug 1773 




P 


324 


Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 


8.1w 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary Augusta 


16 Apr 1837 


24 Apr 1858 


S 


381 


Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 


9.8.3.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary Amelia 


Abt 1096 




S 


304 


RHOM-9.8.3.3h 


01.5114 


BOARDMAN, 


Mary Jane(Polly) 




S 


345 


C GREENHALGH-01 .51 14 h 


81633 


BOARDMAN, 


Maureen 


24 Dec 1940 




S 


56 


Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 


829211 


BOARDMAN, 


Melanie 


15 Feb 1964 




S 


233 


S CAPAZOR10-829211h 


01.51251 


BOARDMAN, 


Melsom Helen 


1919 




S 


350 


John R BULMER-01.51251 h 


9834122 


BOARDMAN, 


Michael John 






P 


309 


D J BOARDMAN-983412 


96353 


BOARDMAN, 


Michael Ridley 1941 




s 


284 


Alison M B EARLE-96353w 


8.2.8.2 


BOARDMAN, 


Millicent M E 


18 Sep 1901 


23 Dec 1 982 


s 


1 


Johan T FRITZ-8.2.8.2h 


983422 


BOARDMAN, 


Moira Patricia 


27 Apr 1956 




s 


432 


HAVLOCK-ALLEN-983422h 


9891 11w 


BOARDMAN, 


Mrs. 






s 


450 


M E BOARDMAN-9891 1 1 


8.1.6.8 


BOARDMAN, 


Myrtle Crause 


8 Jan 1912 




s 


49 


Norman MCCRANN-8.1.6.8h 


817111 


BOARDMAN, 


Neil 






p 


73 


Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 


81.11.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville 


23 Oct 1911 


1992 


s 


256 


Phyllis KlNG-81.11.3w 


8.1.6.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville Crause 


21 Apr 1902 


1983 


s 


44 


Gwen HUNT-8.1.6.3W 


829243 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville Gl 


12 Apr 1984 




P 


236 


N G BOARDMAN-82924 


8.1.12. 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville G Hope 


8 Dec 1881 


1 Mar 1902 


p 


386 


Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 


82924 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville George 


17 Apr 1947 




s 


236 


Elsie R DELANGE-82924W 


8.1.7.1 


BOARDMAN, 


Neville Hayes 




15 May 1972 


s 


70 


Winifred L BAKER-8.1 .7.1w 


82582 


BOARDMAN, 


Newton Trevor 


15 Sep 1935 




s 


114 


S May HOWARD-82582W 


82841 1 1 


BOARDMAN, 


Nicola Che 


24 Aug 1984 




p 


179 


Dean BOARDMAN-82841 1 


01.571122 


BOARDMAN, 


Nigel Patrick Gray 




s 


364 


Sarah COSLETT-01 .571 1 22w 


98344 


BOARDMAN, 


Noel Victor 


24 May 1945 




s 


435 


M Z VERMAAK-98344W 


01.5711 w 


BOARDMAN, 


Nora 






s 


360 


J M BOARDMAN-01.5711 


8.2.7.6 


BOARDMAN, 


Olga 


26 Jan 1913 




s 


211 


J A VAN NlEKERK-8.2.7.6h 


9.8.6.7 


BOARDMAN, 


Olive Lucy C 


23 Oct 1931 




s 


301 


S C. CAMPBELL-9.8.6.7h 


01.51261 


BOARDMAN, 


Olive Margaret 


1915 




s 


354 


J H MOSS-01.51261 h 


8.2.9.7 


BOARDMAN, 


Olive Thelma 


3 Nov 1924 




s 


246 


George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


8.2.5.3 


BOARDMAN, 


OLIVER Francis 




p 


373 


James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 


825743 


BOARDMAN, 


Pamela 


1973 




p 


282 


J Dell BOARDMAN-82574h 


9.6.3.3 


BOARDMAN, 


Pansy Bertha Mable 1 898 


1978 


s 


426 


STOKES-WALLER-9.6.3.3h 


01.512712 


BOARDMAN, 


Patricia 


1948 




p 


356 


E BOARDMAN-01.51271 


81712 


BOARDMAN, 


Patrick 


20 Aug 1945 




8 


74 


Mavis CARR-81712W 


8.1.6.4 


BOARDMAN 


Patrick Basil 


17 Mar 1904 




8 


45 


Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4w 


01.57112 


BOARDMAN 


Paul 






P 


360 


J M BOARDMAN-01.5711 


81.11.4 


BOARDMAN 


Pearl 


18 Jul 1914 




8 


261 


Harold V HALLUMS-81 .1 1 .4h 


9.6.3.2 


BOARDMAN 


Pearl Florence 


24 May 1897 


18 Nov 1966 


s 


272 


Ernest H ACUTE-9632h 


816311 


BOARDMAN 


Peter 






p 


53 


C H BOARDMAN-81631 


03.5 


BOARDMAN 


Peter 


21 Dec 1719 


12 Mar 1720 


p 


368 


James BOARDMAN-04.3 


81.11.31 


BOARDMAN 


Peter Neville 


1941 




8 


257 


S R ROBERTSON-81.11.31w 


01.51272 


BOARDMAN 


Peter Ronald 


1923 




8 


357 


J L CRITCHLOW-01.51272 w 


82961 


BOARDMAN 


Philip Clarence 


28 Apr 1949 




8 


244 


E Frederika OTTO-82961w 


8.2.9 


BOARDMAN 


Philip Clarence 


4 Jan 1873 


1941 


S 


225 


Michelle M CORY-8.2.9 w 


829213 


BOARDMAN 


Philip C 


25 Mar 1973 




P 


232 


L W M BOARDMAN-82921 


8.1.4 


BOARDMAN 


Philip DIXIE 


15 Jul 1866 


29 Oct 1946 


P 


386 


Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 


82818 


BOARDMAN 


Philip J 


19 Mar 1960 




8 


149 


Marna R CROSS-82818w 


8.1.3.1 


BOARDMAN 


Philip Martin Hayes 




P 


392 


E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1. 3 


8.2.7.2 


BOARDMAN 


Philip Thomas 


16 Sep 1901 


15 Sep 1980 


8 


190 


V.D. WESTHUIZEN-8.2.7.2W 


8.1 


BOARDMAN 


, Philip William 


25 Nov 1834 




S 


386 


Caroline FTHOMAS-8.1 w2 


98622 


BOARDMAN 


Raymond Desmond 1956 




8 


294 


Charlene -98622w 


96312 


BOARDMAN 


Raymond Dell 






8 


271 


Maurine WILLIAMS-96312 


9.6.3.5 


BOARDMAN 


Raymond Dell 


1902 




8 


281 


Kate T GROBLER-9.6.3.5w 


01.51262 


BOARDMAN 


, Raymond Phipps 1918 


1957 


S 


353 


R J DIXON-01.51262 w 


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ID 



Name 



Born 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



01.5711223 

8.1.6.2 

829613 

82925 

816313 

01.7 

825833 

817242 

02.4 

983442 

98381 

82843 

8.2.5.9 

827223 

828161 

9.8.6.1 

03.1 

817241 

986232 

9.4 

7 

827221 

9.8.7 

82221 

827222 

81.11.311 

01.51273 

82842 

81734 

01.57113 

01.572 

829223 

3 

01.58 

01.4 

8.2.10. 

827213 

01.5711221 

4 

.02.2 

03.4 

03.4 

.01.2 

04.2 

04.4 

01.51 

81724 

01.57112 

01.5113 

82815 

986231 

01.514 

8.2.9.4 

825824 

817121 

828412 

828142 



BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 
BOARDMAN, 



V MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



Rebecca 
Redverse 
Renate 
Renee Cory 
Richard 
Richard 
Richard John 
Richard S 
Robert 

Robert James V 
Rodney Michael 
Roelf 

Ronald Bennet 
Rory 

Rosemary 
Rotha Jean 
Sarah 
Sarah C 
Sarah Gail 
Sarah Hayes 
Sarah Hayes 
Sean 
Selina Sarah 
Sheila 
Shelley Ann 
Shirley Anne 
Stanley Melville 
Stella 
Stephen 
Susan 

Susan Elizabeth 



16 Jan 1901 
22 May 1980 
26 Jul 1948 

20 Nov 1782 
3 Jan 1 973 
18 Jan 1988 
29 Sep 1749 
7 Feb 1973 
1947 



12 Sep 1962 

26 Dec 1919 
25 Apr 1712 

2 Aug 1975 
7 Jan 1992 

10 Jan 1841 

3 Aug 1806 
23 Mar 1960 



10 Sep 1961 
12 Mar 1950 



1 Dec 1956 
1880 

Susanna W 1 2 Jun 1 977 
Susannah 27 Oct 1798 
Susannah 1828 
Susannah 12 Jun 1776 
Sybil Irene 18 Dec 1878 
Syndie Lou 30 Jan 1 963 
Tasmin 

Thomas 25 Sep 1 800 

Thomas 17 Apr 1746 

Thomas 3 Apr 1718 

Thomas 7 Oct 1721 

Thomas 17 Apr 1771 

Thomas 1 688 

Thomas 15 May 1691 

Thomas 14 May 1810 

Thomas A 22 Dec 1 949 
Thomas Gray 1 2 Jan 1 91 9 
Thomas Henry 1877 
Thomas Richard 
Thomas R 14 Mar 1990 
Thomas William 1860 
16 Dec 1918 

2 Aug 1972 
9 Jul 1974 

13 Nov 1962 



Thora 
Tracy Lee 
Tyrone 
Tyrone 
Ulanda 



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P 364 N P BOARDMAN- 01 .571 1 22 

21 Aug 1946 S 43 Christina FROST-8.1 .6.2w 

P 244 P C BOARDMAN-82961 

S 237 Daniel J ROTHMAN-82925h 

P 54 C H BOARDMAN-81631 

P 324 Thomas BOARDMAN-.02.2 

P 115 D C BOARDMAN-82583 

P 502 S BOARDMAN-81734 

P 323 Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 

P 435 Noel V BOARDMAN-98344 

S 436 Jacqueline DUNN-98381W 

P 173 W F BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 

P 373 James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 

P 195 D B BOARDMAN-82722 

P 145 A H BOARDMAN-82816 

S 287 Herbert LBAILEY-9.8.6.1h 

P 368 James BOARDMAN-04.3 

P 77 TA BOARDMAN-81724 

P 295 Allen BOARDMAN-98623 

S 424 Arthur BEETON-9.4h 

S 328 John CRAUSE-7h 

P 195 D B BOARDMAN-82722 

1956 S 437 Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 

S 90 WINEARLS-82221h 

P 1 95 D B BOARDMAN-82722 

S 258 WEATHERHEAD-81.11.311h 

S 358 D A SUMMERS-01 .51 273 w 

P 173 W F BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 

S 502 P Ann FRONEMAN-81724W 

P 360 J M BOARDMAN-01.5711 

S 366 HEWITSON-01.572 h 

P 234 W J M BOARDMAN-82922 

8 Feb 1857 S 330 Thomas JARMAN-3h 

1883 P 337 James BOARDMAN-.05 
19 Apr 1808 S 325 Ralph SIXSMITH-01 .4 h 
S 248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
S 193 Glen D WILLIAMS-827213h 
P 364 N P BOARDMAN- 01 .571 1 22 
S 329 Jane FUNIL0VE-4W 
S 324 Mary ASHTON-02.2 w 
P 368 James BOARDMAN-04.3 
S 323 Judith ORFORD-03.4 w 
S 332 Martha HICKS-. 1.2w 
P 369 James BOARDMAN-05.1 
S 370 Alice THOMSON-04.4 w 
S 338 Hannah STREET-01 .51 w 
8 77 Sheila E BROOKS-81724W 
8 361 Nora M DGOUGH-01.57112W 
8 344 H S BOARDMAN-01 .51 1 3 w 
8 144 Joy MOSSOP-82815W 
P 295 Allen BOARDMAN-98623 
1903 S 339 J BLACKLEDGE-01.514W 
21 Aug 1992 S 239 C L BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h 
P 114 N T BOARDMAN-82582 
P 74 Patrick BOARDMAN-81 71 2 
8 180 Sharon AYERS-828412W 
P^ 1 42 H H BOARDMAN-8281 4 



18 Feb 1814 
27 Feb 1721 

27 Apr 1794 
2 Jul 1688 

1890 



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Name 



Born 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



V MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



98953 


BOARDMAN, Unita 


4 Oct 1977 




P 


467 


8.2.9.5 


BOARDMAN, Valentine G 


30 Jun 1920 




S 


240 


82573 


BOARDMAN, Valerie 






S 


420 


82847 


BOARDMAN, Vernon Clive 


1 Feb 1952 




P 


173 


816312 


BOARDMAN, Victor 






P 


53 


01.5711224 


BOARDMAN, Victoria 






P 


364 


825742 


BOARDMAN, Victoria 


1971 




P 


282 


81.11.5 


BOARDMAN, Vida 


22 Sep 1919 




S 


263 


8.2.7.3 


BOARDMAN, Violet Cory 


26 Sep 1903 


10 Sep 1983 


S 


198 


9.8.3.5 


BOARDMAN, Violet Rosina 


Abt1910 




S 


427 


8.2.5.2 


BOARDMAN, Walter 


1 Jun 1892 


12 Jun 1892 


P 


373 


01.5125 


BOARDMAN, Walter James 


1883 


1968 


S 


349 


827232 


BOARDMAN, Wayne 


17 Jul 1971 




P 


196 


828152 


BOARDMAN, Wayne 






P 


144 


01.512622 


BOARDMAN, Wendy 


1954 




P 


353 


04.1 


BOARDMAN, William 


1 May 1685 


16 Oct 1691 


P 


369 





BOARDMAN, William R 


27 Oct 1768 


22 Aug 1825 


S 


311 


01.59 


BOARDMAN, William 


1830 


1856 


P 


337 


82723 


BOARDMAN, William Charles 


6 Jun 1940 




S 


196 


8.2.7 


BOARDMAN, William Charles 


1 Aug 1871 


1 5 Dec 1 936 


s 


377 


8.2.8.4 


BOARDMAN, William F 


14 Nov 1907 


10 Jul 1986 


s 


173 


828464 


BOARDMAN, William F 


23 Feb 1983 




p 


177 


9.3 


BOARDMAN, William Fredrick 


1 Apr 1829 


1841 


p 


327 


8.2.9.2 


BOARDMAN, William G 


15 Oct 1914 




s 


231 


8.2.2.3 


BOARDMAN, William Hayes 






s 


91 


8.2.4 


BOARDMAN, William Isaiah 


17 Feb 1865 




p 


335 


8.8 


BOARDMAN, William John 


Abt 1850 


22 Apr 1909 


p 


334 


8.2 


BOARDMAN, William John 


1836 


1909 


s 


335 


82922 


BOARDMAN, William James M 4 Jan 1942 




s 


234 


829222 


BOARDMAN, William James 


4 Aug 1973 




p 


234 


9 


BOARDMAN, William John 


14 Feb 1811 


1869 


s 


327 


9.8.3 


BOARDMAN, William Salmon 


1 Mar 1877 




s 


302 


98321 


BOARDMAN, William Salmon 


II 




p 


303 


9.8.3.2 


BOARDMAN, William Salmon 1 Abt1904 




s 


303 


8.1.7 


BOARDMAN, William T 


28 Oct 1871 


1929 


s 


393 


81634 


BOARDMAN, Winston 


1 Jun 1944 




s 


57 


82571 


BOARDMAN, Yvonne 






s 


418 


984422W 


BOSCH, Rencha 


9 Jul 1971 




s 


480 


96331 w2 


BOSCH, Wilhelmina (Minnie) 


15 Aug 1930 




s 


276 


8.1.7W 


BOSHOFF, Louisa Catherine 


28 Jun 1882 


5 Jan 1929 


s 


393 


827132 


BOTHA, Colin 


14 Jul 1962 




s 


189 


827131 


BOTHA, Estelle 


7 May 1958 




8 


188 


8271 3h 


BOTHA, Frikkie 


Oct 1 930 




8 


186 


8271321 


BOTHA, Jaco 


12 Apr 1988 




P 


189 


984412 


BOTHA, Johannes Frederick 


12 May 1971 




P 


473 


98441 h 


BOTHA, Johannes Pieter 






8 


473 


984413 


BOTHA, Karen 


15 Aug 1974 




P 


473 


98441 1 


BOTHA, Liesel 


24 Feb 1 970 




8 


478 


8281 7w2 


BOTHA, Sara 






8 


148 


8271322 


BOTHA, Zander 


31 Jan 1991 




P 


189 


82836 


BOUCHER, Doreen 


26 Mar 1944 




P 


172 


82835 


BOUCHER, Ernest Vivienne 


8 Jun 1939 


31 Aug 1984 


P 


172 


8.2.8.3h 


BOUCHER, Harry Cameron 


25 Feb 1900 


3 May 1957 


S 


172 


82831 


BOUCHER, Herbert C F 


15 Dec 1924 


P 


172 


82832 


BOUCHER, Irene Etrecia 


29 Aug 1929 




P 


172 


82834 


BOUCHER, Vallery Winnie 


24 Apr 1937 




P 


172 


82833 


BOUCHER, Vivienne Patricia 


10 Jun 1934 




P 


172 


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G A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 
Marie ERAMUS-8.2.9.5w 
NEETHLING-82573h 
W F BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 
C H BOARDMAN-81631 
N P BOARDMAN- 01.571122 
J Dell BOARDMAN-82574h 
D Marcus SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .5h 
J REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h 
Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 
James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 
Elsie Muriel CLINT-01 .5125 w 
W C BOARDMAN-82723 
T R BOARDMAN-82815 
R P BOARDMAN-01.51262 
James BOARDMAN-05.1 
Margaret HAYES-Ow 
James BOARDMAN-.05 
L Nancy STANLEY-82723w 
Annie S Maria CORY-8.2.7 w 
Anna S FRITZ-8.2.8.4W 
C H BOARDMAN-82846 
William J BOARDMAN-9 
Maria M MAYHEW-8.2.9.2w 
Hester H DU TOIT-8.2.2.3w 
William J BOARDMAN-8.2 
James H BOARDMAN-8 
Emma THOMAS-8.2 w 
E C ROTHMAN-82922W 
W J M BOARDMAN-82922 
Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w 
A J BOARDMAN-9.8.3 w 
W SI BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 
M DE PLESSIS-9832W 
Louisa C BOSHOFF-8.1.7 w 
Fran BOARDMAN-81634w 
John TORIEN-82571h 
Andre VENTER-984422 
STOKES-WALLER-96331 
WTBOARDMAN-8.1.7 
Riana SMALKWYK-8271 32w 
DN POTGIETER-827131 h 
Denise REYNEKE-82713 
Colin BOTHA-827132 
Johannes P BOTHA-98441h 
E VAN RENSBURG-98441 
Johannes P BOTHA-98441h 
Willem A PIENAAR-98441 1h 
D M BOARDMAN-82817 
Colin BOTHA-827132 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 
Iris I BOARDMAN-8.2.8.3 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 
Harry C BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h 

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/Chr 


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/Bur 


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V 


MRIN 


1 1 i 
Spouse, Parent or Child 


827423h 


BOYD, Derek John 


28 Apr 1952 




S 


224 


H Lee WILLIAMS-827423 


8274231 


BOYD, Derek John Milner 


24 Nov 1 985 




P 


224 


Derek John BOYD-827423h 


825812 


BRADFIELD, Cheryl Dawn 


26 Dec 1957 




P 


113 


H C BRADFIELD-82581h 


82581 1 


BRADFIELD, Elena Lynne 


9 Jul 1953 




8 


421 


PRINGLE-825811h 


82581 h 


BRADFIELD, Hunter Charles 


5 Aug 1929 




8 


113 


C May BOARDMAN-82581 


9841 3w 


BRADFIELD, Lindy Ann 


26 Aug 1965 




8 


471 


Peter G HAMILTON-98413 


984521 


BRASSINGTON, Emma C 


10 Jun 1975 




P 


485 


R BRASSINGTON-98452h 


984522 


BRASSINGTON, Nicola Claire 


' 5 Nov 1977 




P 


485 


R BRASSINGTON-98452h 


98452h 


BRASSINGTON, Roy Allen 


4 Nov 1943 




8 


485 


Joan P WECKE-98452 


9861 3w 


BREWS, Michelle 






8 


290 


Richard D BAILEY-98613 


9.4.1.3 w 


BRIGMAN, Bee 






S 


494 


Herbert W BEETON-9.4.1 .3 


02.3 h 


BRIMELOW, Peter 


1743 


1826 


S 


336 


Mary BOARDMAN-02.3 


825.1 1.3w 


BRISSON, Susan 






8 


130 


James VOS-825.11.3 


9.8.9.5W2 


BRITZ, Alta 


13 Oct 1968 




8 


468 


G A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 


828222h 


BROOKS, Fredrick A. 


22 Nov 1946 




8 


157 


Shirley DIXON-828222 


8282221 


BROOKS, Mark Frederick 


29 Oct 1978 




P 


157 


F A. BROOKS-828222h 


8282222 


BROOKS, Natalie Suzanne 


17 Sep 1981 




P 


157 


F A. BROOKS-828222h 


81724W 


BROOKS, Sheila Elizabeth 


21 Jul 1952 




8 


77 


TABOARDMAN-81724 


82541 1 


BROPHY, Neithleigh 






8 


102 


Robin C DIMMOCK-825411 


8282211 


BRUMMER, Grant 


6 Feb 1971 




P 


154 


Pierre BRUMMER-828221h 


8282212 


BRUMMER, Meggan 


23 Mar 1973 




P 


154 


Pierre BRUMMER-828221h 


828221 h 


BRUMMER, Pierre 


8 Jul 1939 




8 


154 


Dawn D DIXON-828221 


8221 11h 


BRYANT, 






8 


81 


RKCCURRIE-822111 


82821 w2 


BRYANT, Esme 


18 Nov 1923 




8 


151 


Alfred T FRITZ-82821 


8221 1 1 1 


BRYANT, Nicola 


19 Feb 1966 




P 


81 


BRYANT-822111h 


9.8.3.7h 


BRYNE, 






8 


429 


Irene W BOARDMAN-9. 8.3.7 


2131412 


BUBB, Luke Alfred 


29 Nov 1 983 




P 


5 


T Alfred S BUBB-213141h 


213141h 


BUBB, Terrence Alfred S 


1 Jun 1952 


Sep 1985 


S 


5 


Meryl M WINTER-213141 


2131411 


BUBB, Terrence James 


10 Sep 1981 




P 


5 


T Alfred S BUBB-213141h 


01.512512 


BULMER, Charlotte 


1954 




P 


350 


John R BULMER-01.51251 h 


01.5125112 


BULMER, James Thomas 


1982 




P 


351 


T Clint BULMER-01 .51 251 1 


01.51251 h 


BULMER, John Rubens 


1911 




S 


350 


M H BOARDMAN-01.51251 


01.5125111 


BULMER, Simon John 


1979 




p 


351 


T Clint BULMER-01. 51 2511 


01.512511 


BULMER, Thomas Clint 


1952 




8 


351 


B Joyce PARTON-01.512511w 




BUSWELL, Charles Norman 






8 


362 


M E BOARDMAN-01.5713 


x9.2 


CALDECOTT, Alphonso 


1803 




P 


534 


C CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF 


x9.6 


CALDECOTT, Charles 


1814 




P 


534 


C CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF 


x9.wF 


CALDECOTT, Charles M.D. 


1781 


1820 


S 


534 


Mary TARKINGT0N-x9.wm 


x9.3 


CALDECOTT, Christina 


1809 




P 


534 


C CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF 


x9.7 


CALDECOTT, Frederick 


1816 




P 


534 


C CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF 


x9.4 


CALDECOTT, Timothy 


1811 




P 


534 


C CALDECOTT M.D.-x9.wF 


9. w 


CALDICOT, Mary Ann 


8 Oct 1812 




s 


327 


William J BOARDMAN-9 


98343h 


CAMPBELL, Daniel Francois 






s 


434 


C June BOARDMAN-98343 


983431 


CAMPBELL, Gerald Victor 


28 Mar 1959 




p 


434 


D F CAMPBELL-98343h 


983434 


CAMPBELL, Lesley Rodney 


1 Apr 1963 




p 


434 


D F CAMPBELL-98343h 


983433 


CAMPBELL, Louanne 


10 Oct 1961 




p 


434 


D F CAMPBELL-98343h 


98671 


CAMPBELL, Mary Rotha 






p 


301 


S C. CAMPBELL-9.8.6.7h 


9.8.6.7h 


CAMPBELL, Stephen C. 






s 


301 


L C BOARDMAN-9.8.6.7 


983432 


CAMPBELL, Vernon Wayne 


16 Nov 1960 




p 


434 


D F CAMPBELL-98343h 


X8.5.7 h 


CANDY, Henry 






s 


406 


Vida Bell ROBERTS-x8.5.7 


8281 6w 


CANNON, Claire 






s 


145 


A H BOARDMAN-82816 


82921 1h 


CAPAZORIO, Steven 


25 Aug 1960 




s 


233 


M BOARDMAN-82921 1 


X8.5.4 h 


CARNEY, Edwin 






s 


403 


Mildred E ROBERTS-x8.5.4 


81712W 


CARR, Mavis 


14 Feb 1947 




s 


74 


Patrick BOARDMAN-81712 


828243h 


CARRUTHERS, Graham Complan 




s 


165 


Deborah FRlTZ-828243 


01.51271 w 


CARTER, Olive 






s 


356 


E BOARDMAN-01.51271 


8.2.2.5W 


CHADWICK, Joyce 






s 


99 


D H BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 


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in 


iName 


/onr 


/Riir 
/DUI 




MRIM 
iviniiN 


OpUUoc;, r dloru Ui willlU 


825.13.1.? 


CHAPMAN, Nichols 






S 


136 


SANDERSON-825.1 3.1.1 


01.5111 h 


CHEETHAM, Abraham 






S 


346 


Ellen BOARDMAN-01.5111 


81.11.312w 


CHINSEN, Connie 






S 


259 


D N BOARDMAN-81.11.312 


81632h 


CHRISTIAN, Garth 






S 


55 


Jean BOARDMAN-81632 


816321 


CHRISTIAN, Glen 


21 Sep 1962 




P 


55 


Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 


816322 


CHRISTIAN, Susy 


5 Dec 1 966 




P 


55 


Garth CHRISTIAN-81632h 


98921 w 


CLASSEN, Barbara 


28 Apr 1936 




S 


454 


C R MCCLUGHAN-98921 


1.5.1.5 w3 


CLASSENS, 






S 


523 


Basil RHODES-1 .5.1.5 


01.5 w 


CLAYTON, Nancy(Nanny) 


1783 


1864 


S 


337 


James BOARDMAN-.05 


01.5125 w 


CLINT, Elsie Muriel 


1891 


1974 


s 


349 


W J BOARDMAN-01.5125 


X8.5.5 w 


COCKRAN, Josephine 






s 


404 


Evered J ROBERTS-x8.5.5 


825.11.1.1 


COETZEE, Joseph 






s 


123 


Vivian J MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.1 


81.11.51w2 


COLEMAN, Penelope Anne 


24 Nov 1950 




s 


265 


Peter R D SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .51 


1.4.2.4h 


CORSER, 


Abt 1878 




s 


32 


May MORKEL-1. 4.2.4 


8.2.7 w 


CORY, Annie Sophia Maria 


7 Dec 1878 


8 Sep 1953 


s 


377 


W C BOARDMAN-8.2.7 


8.2.9 w 


CORY, Michelle Maria 


16 Apr 1881 


6 Nov 1964 


s 


225 


Philip C BOARDMAN-8.2.9 


01.571122W 


COSLETT, Sarah 






s 


364 


N P BOARDMAN- 01 .571 122 


7h 


CRAUSE, John 


1804 




s 


328 


Sarah H BOARDMAN-7 


15123 


CRAWFORD, Beryl Eileen 


16 Apr 1912 




s 


510 


John Jack DYASON-15123 h 


15122 


CRAWFORD, George Hamilyn Earl 1908 




s 


508 


Hilda OSBORNE-15122 w 


15121 


CRAWFORD, Ivan George Jack Abt 1906 




P 


507 


R S CRAWFORD-1.5.1.2h 


15125 w 


CRAWFORD, Jean Pamela 


1922 




s 


513 


Leslie ATKINSON-1 5125 h 


15124 


CRAWFORD, Noreen Margaret 1916 




s 


512 


WGORDON-15124 h 


1.5.1.2h 


CRAWFORD, Robert S 


12 Mar 1877 




s 


507 


Vera Maud RHODES-1 .5.1. 2 


01.51272 w 


CRITCHLOW, Jane Lillie 






s 


357 


P R BOARDMAN-01.51272 


98951 h 


CROSBY, Robert 






8 


469 


L BOARDMAN-98951 


8281 8w 


CROSS, Marna Renet 


4 Feb 1963 




8 


149 


Philip J BOARDMAN-82818 


825.10.22 


CROWDER, Andrew Raymond 




P 


118 


R Peter CROWDER-825.10.2 


825.10.23 


CROWDER, Jennifer Ann 






P 


118 


R Peter CROWDER-825.10.2 


825.10.1 


CROWDER, Molly Amy 


1927 




8 


117 


William GOWER-825.10.1h 


825.10.21 


CROWDER, Peter Robin 






P 


118 


R Peter CROWDER-825.10.2 


825.10.2 


CROWDER, Raymond Peter 






8 


118 


S Ann MONROE-825.10.2w 


8.2.5.10.h 


CROWDER, Robert Brockley 






8 


116 


H C BOARDMAN-8.2.5.10. 


983514 h 


CUNNINGTON, Philip 


Abt 1966 




8 


526 


Michelle TODD-983514 


8221 1h 


CURRIE, John 






8 


80 


E Mary O'CONNOR-8221 1 


822111 


CURRIE, Rosemary K C 


29 Nov 1941 




8 


81 


BRYANT-822111h 


8.2.5.6h 


DAIRYMPLE, 






8 


109 


M Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 


94115 w 


DAMSTER, Mavis Thelma 


Jul 1922 




8 


537 


Claude L BAKER-94115 


816621 


DAVIS, Anthony 


16 Mar 1961 




P 


64 


Robin DAVIS-81662h 


142732 


DAVIS, Antony 


11 Sep 1955 




P 


24 


M. DAVIS- 14273h 


14273h 


DAVIS, M. 






8 


24 


Mildred FYNN-14273 


816622 


DAVIS, Quinton 


2 Feb 1963 




P 


64 


Robin DAVIS-81662h 


142731 


DAVIS, Richard 






P 


24 


M. DAVIS-14273h 


81662h 


DAVIS, Robin 


16 May 1938 




8 


64 


Denise D DE LACY-81662 


81.11.221 


DAWKINS, Leanne Patricia 


10 Oct 1966 




P 


255 


R DAWKINS-81.11.22h 


81.11.222 


DAWKINS, Richard Paul 


12 Jan 1969 




P 


255 


R DAWKINS-81.l1.22h 


81.11.22h 


DAWKINS, Rodney Osborne 


11 Feb 1938 




8 


255 


Auriel FLOCKHART-81 .1 1 .22 


825421 1 


DE BRUIN, Candice Alice 






P 


108 


John Gl DE BRUIN-825421 


8254212 


DE BRUIN, Devon 






P 


108 


John Gl DE BRUIN-825421 


825421 


DE BRUIN, John George 1 


12 Jul 1956 




8 


108 


Pamela HYDE-825421w 


82432h 


DE BRUIN, John George 


28 Feb 1 932 




8 


106 


Mary F KEOWN-82542 


82731 1w 


DE BRUYN, Johanna M F 


12 Feb 1956 




8 


200 


Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 


81661 


DE LACY, Colleen D 


31 May 1938 




8 


63 


Ian SUMMERSON-81661h 


81662 


DE LACY, Denise Dashwood 


31 Jan 1 940 




s 


64 


Robin DAVIS-81662h 


8.1.6.6h 


DE LACY, James Quinton D 


3 Feb 1899 


1945 


8 


47 


G C BOARDMAN-8.1.6.6 


9832w 


DE PLESSIS, Margaret 






8 


303 


W SI BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 


9.8.9.6W 


DEBEER, Maria Magdelena 


14 Aug 1950 




8 


470 


John A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.6 


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2.6w 


DEGREY, Sarah 


4 Apr 1844 


17 Apr 1926 


s 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


1512311 


DEJAGER, Anne Helen 


1 Jun 1959 




p 


511 


C Janse DEJAGER-151231 h 


151231 h 


DEJAGER, Cornelis Janse 


6 Jun 1920 




s 


511 


Ann Clare DYASON-151231 


1512312 


DEJAGER, David John 


17 Jun 1961 




p 


511 


C Janse DEJAGER-151231 h 


82924W 


DELANGE, Elsie Rachel 


10 Apr 1956 




s 


236 


N G BOARDMAN-82924 


82734h 


DENKEMA, Francis 


12 Aug 1937 




s 


206 


L RAUBENHEINER-82734 


827341 


DENKEMA, Jacobus Francois 


5 Jul 1967 




p 


206 


Francis DENKEMA-82734h 


827343 


DENKEMA, Maryna 


30 Mar 1 974 




p 


206 


Francis DENKEMA-82734h 


827342 


DENKEMA, Raubenheimer 


20 May 1 970 




p 


206 


Francis DENKEMA-82734h 


816522 


DES FOUNTAIN, Janine 


24 Sep 1971 




p 


60 


J DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 


81652h 


DES FOUNTAIN, John David 






s 


60 


E BOARDMAN-81652 


816521 


DES FOUNTAIN, Mark John 


26 Sep 1968 




p 


60 


J DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 


1.5.2. h 


DEWITT, Clarence 






8 


515 


Jessie H MATHEW-1.5.2 


8254112 


DIMMOCK, Alyssa 


20 Nov 1 977 




P 


102 


Robin C DIMMOCK-82541 1 


8254111 


DIMMOCK, Cailim 


26 Nov 1971 




P 


102 


Robin C DIMMOCK-82541 1 


825412 


DIMMOCK, Helen Christine 


29 Dec 1950 




8 


104 


Onelia T TURISAN-825412h 


825413 


DIMMOCK, Margaret Mary 


1 Jul 1952 




8 


105 


Gary D HAMILTON-825413h 


82541 h 


DIMMOCK, Robin 


1 Aug 1923 




8 


101 


Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 


825411 


DIMMOCK, Robin Charles 


7 Jun 1971 




8 


102 


Neithleigh BROPHY-82541 1 


825414 


DIMMOCK, William Robert 


30 Sep 1954 




P 


101 


Robin DIMMOCK-82541 h 


8295w2 


DINKLEMANN, Irma 


4 Sep 1923 




8 


242 


V G BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 


8 w 


DIXIE, Elizabeth 


1815 


12 May 1850 


S 


334 


James H BOARDMAN-8 


2.7 


DIXON, Adelaid Catherine 


29 Jan 1837 




P 


312 


John Henry DIXON-2 H 


2.6.11 


DIXON, Albert Fredrick 


31 Mar 1876 


18 Aug 1945 


P 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.6.4 


DIXON, Alice Smith 


29 Apr 1870 


8 Dec 1 948 


P 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


8282231 


DIXON, Amanda 


18 Jun 1974 




P 


156 


Wallace W DIXON-828223 


2.1 


DIXON, Anne Judith 


16 Nov 1826 


28 Mar 1877 


S 


313 


Johan G HARTMAN-2.1h 


2.6.16 


DIXON, Arnold 


30 May 1884 


1 Sep 1960 


P 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.6.3 


DIXON, Arthur DeGrey 


5 Oct 1869 


5 Jun 1911 


P 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


828224 


DIXON, Audrey Muriel 


11 Mar 1955 




S 


155 


Neville T INTRONA-828224h 


2.6.10 


DIXON, Charles Owen 


22 Nov 1875 


3 Mar 1943 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


828221 


DIXON, Dawn Denlse 


9 Sep 1945 




s 


154 


Pierre BRUMMER-828221h 


2.4 


DIXON, Ellen 


7 Nov 1830 


2 Feb 1831 


p 


312 


John Henry DIXON-2 H 


2.6.8 


DIXON, Ernest DeGrey 


22 Dec 1873 


15 Jun 1938 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.6.15 


DIXON, Harriett Amelia 


24 May 1882 


23 Apr 1931 


p 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.6.1 


DIXON, Henry Alfred 


14 Nov 1865 


1 Jul 1867 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DiXON-2.6 


2.6 


DIXON, Henry Aldous 


14 Mar 1835 


4 May 1884 


s 


443 


Sarah DEGREY-2.6w 


2.5 


DIXON, John Boardman 


8 Jan 1 832 


9 May 1832 


p 


312 


John Henry DIXON-2 H 


2.6.2 


DIXON, John DeGrey 


16 Jul 1867 


4 Oct 1923 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2H 


DIXON, John Henry 


28 May 1786 


12 Jan 1826 


s 


312 


Judith BOARDMAN-2 


2.2 


DIXON, Joseph 


6 Jan 1828 




p 


312 


John Henry DIXON-2 H 


8282233 


DIXON, Lee-Ann 


11 Feb 1 981 




p 


156 


Wallace W DIXON-828223 


2.6.14 


DIXON, LeRoy 


16 Oct 1881 


28 Dec 1926 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.3 


DIXON, Margaret 


26 Mar 1829 




p 


312 


John Henry DIXON-2 H 


2.6.6 


DIXON, Maria Louise 


5 Jan 1872 


17 Feb 1947 


s 


445 


Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 


2.6.13 


DIXON, Parley Smith 


9 Jun 1878 


30 Jan 1947 


p 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


2.6.9 


DIXON, Robert Smith 


10 Nov 1874 


18 Dec 1874 


p 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


01.51262 w 


DIXON, Robertine J 






s 


353 


R P BOARDMAN-01.51262 


2.6.5 


DIXON, Sarah Ann 


7 Dec 1871 


26 Dec 1950 


p 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


828222 


DIXON, Shirley 


13 Jul 1948 




s 


157 


F A. BROOKS-828222h 


828223 


DIXON, Wallace Walter 


8 Sep 1951 




s 


156 


D Alice HERITAGE-828223W 


2.6.12 


DIXON, Walter DeGrey 


15 Nov 1877 


26 Nov 1921 


p 


443 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


8282232 


DIXON, Warren Ward 


25 May 1976 




p 


156 


Wallace W DIXON-828223 


82822h 


DIXON, Wertham WW 


26 May 1920 


1 Apr 1976 


s 


2 


Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 


2.6.7 


DIXON, William Aldous 


21 Apr 1873 


22 Jun 1937 


p 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


8.5.2W 


DORMEHL, Eliza 






s 


395 


John H ROBERTS-8.5.2 


96331 3h 


DORNING, Wanwick Dr. 






s 


277 


STOKES-WALLER-96331 3 


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/vyl II 


/Bur 


V 


MRIN 




825.12.2H 


DOYLE, Brian 






S 


132 


Joan MOSS-825.12.2 


98453W 


DOYLE, Joy C. 


20 May 1952 




s 


486 


John C WECKE-98453 


8.1.6 w 


DOYLE, Lillian Gertrude 


Abt 1874 


1948 


s 


390 


C H C BOARDMAN-8.1.6 


8221311 


DRURY, Caroline Rose 


13 Dec 1977 




p 


86 


Howard DRURY-822131h 


8221 31 h 


DRURY, Howard 






8 


86 


M Nora PROVOST-822131 


8282731 


DU PLESSIS, Amanda 


3 Nov 1987 




P 


171 


Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h 


828273h 


DU PLESSIS, Deon 


21 Sep 1958 




s 


171 


Beverley ROOS-828273 


82821 w 


DU PLESSIS, Hester 


19 Aug 1931 




s 


150 


Alfred T FRITZ-82821 


8273112 


DU TOIT, Arnel 


23 Feb 1 980 




P 


200 


Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 


8291 11w 


DU TOIT, Elizabeth 






s 


228 


Francois NELL-8291 1 1 


827313 


DU TOIT, Estelle 


24 Feb 1968 




P 


199 


Hendrik J DU TOIT-82731 h 


8273113 


DU TOIT, Francois 


14 Apr 1984 




P 


200 


Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 


8223223 


DU TOIT, Frans 


11 Jul 1984 




P 


95 


Vivian DU TOIT-822322h 


8223221 


DU TOIT, Hendre 


26 Nov 1978 




P 


95 


Vivian DU TOIT-822322h 


8273111 


DU TOIT, Hendrik Jacobus 


25 Feb 1979 




P 


200 


Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 


82731 h 


DU TOIT, Hendrik Jacobus 


30 Jul 1918 




s 


199 


S RAUBENHEINER-82731 


8.2.2.3W 


DU TOIT, Hester Helena 


28 Jul 1 903 




8 


91 


W H BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 


82731 1 


DU TOIT, Leon 


20 Apr 1952 




8 


200 


JMFDE BRUYN-827311W 


8223222 


DU TOIT, Loulette 


28 Mar 1980 




P 


95 


Vivian DU TOIT-822322h 


8273123 


DU TOIT, Nelandie 


5 Jan 1988 




P 


201 


Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 


827312 


DU TOIT, Pierre 


21 Jul 1956 




8 


201 


A PIENAAR-827312W 


8273121 


DU TOIT, Stel-Marie 


4 Oct 1983 




P 


201 


Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 


822322h 


DU TOIT, Vivian 


21 Feb 1950 




8 


95 


Martha L KRUGER-822322 


8273122 


DU TOIT, Yohanine 


7 Jun 1 986 




P 


201 


Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 


142121W 


DUNLOP, Rosemary 






s 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


98381 w 


DUNN, Jacqueline 






8 


436 


R M BOARDMAN-98381 


98623W 


DUURSMAN, Janice Ann 


5 Dec 1 959 




8 


295 


Allen BOARDMAN-98623 


151231 


DYASON, Ann Clare 


16 Dec 1936 




8 


511 


C Janse DEJAGER-151231 h 


151233 


DYASON, John 


13 Jan 1945 




P 


510 


John Jack DYASON-15123 h 


15123 h 


DYASON, John Jack 


1 Jun 1907 




8 


510 


B ECRAWFORD-15123 


151232 


DYASON, Margaret Jean 


12 May 1939 




8 


514 


Michael GRAVELLI-151232 h 


1.5.1.3 h 


EALES, William Rowe 






8 


519 


C Mabel RHODES-1.5.1.3 


1.2 


EARL, George 


1826 




P 


331 


William John EARL-1h 


1.1 


EARL, John 


1824 




P 


331 


William John EARL-lh 


1.5 


EARL, Mary Elizabeth 


Abt 1832 




8 


504 


T Philip MATHEW D-1 .5h 


1.3 


EARL, Sarah 


1828 




P 


331 


William John EARL-lh 


1.4 


EARL, Sophia Benison 


1829 




8 


14 


Herbert J RUBIDGE-1.4h 


1h 


EARL, William John 


1800 


1853 


8 


331 


Mary BOARDMAN-1 


96353W 


EARLE, Alison Mary Beaumont 




S 


284 


M R O BOARDMAN-96353 


01.21 h 


EDDLESTON, John 


1791 




8 


333 


E BOARDMAN-01.21 


8.1. 9h 


EKRON, Charles Thomas 






8 


397 


ECLBOARDMAN-8.1.9 


1.4.2.2h 


ELEY, J. 


Abt 1873 




S 


31 


Hilda MORKEL-1. 4.2.2 


98341 1 


ELLIOTT, G.M. 






S 


308 


L A BOARDMAN-98341 1 


9834112 


ELLIOTT, Hayley Claire 






P 


308 


G.M. ELLIOTT-98341 1 


98341 1 1 


ELLIOTT, Marc Hayden 






P 


308 


G.M. ELLIOTT-98341 1 


98922 


ENGELBRECHT, Ann-Marie 


23 Apr 1949 




8 


456 


Roderick E WILEY-98922h 


9.8.9.2h2 


ENGELBRECHT, Dirk 


21 Apr 1914 


1 Sep 1983 


S 


455 


E M BOARDMAN-9.8.9.2 


8.1. 3w 


ENGLEBRECHT, Hester 




1957 


S 


392 


E Cecil BOARDMAN-8.1.3 


8.2.9.5W 


ERAMUS, Marie 






S 


240 


V G BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 


82972 


ERIKSEN, Fonnie 


11 Oct 1946 




P 


246 


George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


82974 


ERIKSEN, Gail 


28 Oct 1950 




P 


246 


George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


8.2.9.7h 


ERIKSEN, George 


3 Oct 1912 


18 Nov 1981 


S 


246 


Olive T BOARDMAN-8.2.9.7 


82971 


ERIKSEN, Neil 


17 Dec 1944 




P 


246 


George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


82973 


ERIKSEN, Vernon 


31 Jan 1949 




P 


246 


George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h 


8282413 


EVANS, Bronwynne Leigh 


20 Jan 1 982 




P 


164 


Robert P EVANS-828241h 


828241 1 


EVANS, Clair Lisa 


14 Oct 1976 




P 


164 


Robert r EVANb-82o241 h 


8282412 


EVANS, Gareth Craig 


9 Dec 1979 




P 


164 


Robert P EVANS-828241 h 


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/ V./I II 


/Riir \/ 

/ UUI V 


IVIrillN 


Qr^r^i ICO [^orAnt r\r ^Kllrl 
OpUUoc;, r aic^ril OF onilCl 


828241 h 


EVANS, Robert Peter 


29 Jun 1951 


s 


164 


Beryl E FRITZ-828241 


82911 w 


FANNIE, 




s 


227 


Tammy B NELL-8291 1 


14271h2 


FARRANT, Basil 




s 


21 


Jean FYNN-14271 


142713 


FARRANT, Hilary 




s 


27 


HARTLEY-142713h 


142712 


FARRANT, Jonathan 




p 


21 


Basil FARRANT-14271h2 


142714 


FARRANT, Kim 




p 


21 


Basil FARRANT-14271h2 


98921 1h 


FERRERA, Armas Gabrem 


27 Jun 1960 


8 


457 


C MCCLUGHAN-98921 1 


9892112 


FERRERA, Jaana 


11 Nov 1993 


P 


457 


A G FERRERA-989211h 


9892111 


FERRERA, Leese 


29 May 1991 


P 


457 


A G FERRERA-989211h 


213111W 


FEUERHEERD, Charis M 


19 Jul 1949 


8 


8 


Bryan V RADFORD-21 31 1 1 


822141 


FIELDS, Child 


1940 


P 


88 


William FIELDS-82214h 


822 14h 


FIELDS, William 




8 


88 


M M S O'CONNOR-82214 


8291 3h 


FINAUGHTY, Ernest C 


20 May 1946 


8 


230 


Valerie NELL-8291 3 


8221 32h 


FISHER, Alan Thornhill 




S 


87 


Irene G PROVOST-822132 


8221322 


FISHER, Glen Thornhill 


8 May 1965 


P 


87 


Alan T FISHER-822132h 


8221321 


FISHER, Wayne Thornhill 


14 Dec 1963 


P 


87 


AlanTFISHER-822132h 


01.5127 w 


FLETCHER, Martha May 




8 


355 


H S BOARDMAN-01.5127 


81.11.22 


FLOCKHART, Auriel 


3 Dec 1943 


S 


255 


R O DAWKINS-81.11.22h 


81.11.2h 


FLOCKHART, James 


27 Dec 1892 


4 Jul 1954 S 


253 


Elsa BOARDMAN-81.11.2 


81.11.2.1 


FLOCKHART, June 


8 Jun 1963 


S 


254 


Stewart A ROSS-81 .1 1 .21 h 


825.1 1.2h 


FOURIE, 




S 


128 


Hillary MURRAY-825.1 1 .2 


825.11.2.1 


FOURIE, Karen 




P 


128 


FOURIE-825.11.2h 


825.11.2.2 


FOURIE, Michelle 




P 


128 


FOURIE-825.11.2h 


9.8.6.3W 


FOYER, June 




S 


296 


G H E BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 


213115W 


FRENCH, Nerise Ann 


28 Jan 1 958 


S 


12 


Allyn J RADFORD-21 31 15 


8282111 


FRITZ, Alfred 


16 May 1968 


P 


152 


Stanley FRITZ-82821 1 


82821 


FRITZ, Alfred Thomas 


1 1 Oct 1 922 


9 Sep 1954 S 


150 


H DU PLESSIS-82821W 


828213 


FRITZ, Allen 


1952 


P 


151 


Alfred T FRITZ-82821 


8.2.8.4W 


FRITZ, Anna Susanna 


12 Nov 1909 


24 Sep 1986 S 


173 


W F BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 


828241 


FRITZ, Beryl Elizabeth 


10 Jun 1952 


S 


164 


Robert P EVANS-828241 h 


828244 


FRITZ, Brian Allan 


21 Aug 1966 


P 


163 


Roelf FRITZ-82824 


828214 


FRITZ, Cheryl 


1954 


P 


151 


Alfred T FRITZ-82821 


828243 


FRITZ, Deborah 


3 Mar 1965 


S 


165 


G CARRUTHERS-828243h 


82825 


FRITZ, Frederick John 


4 Aug 1930 


S 


417 


J K STOREY-82825W 


82827 


FRITZ, Ivy Doreen 


21 Jun 1936 


S 


169 


Tielman ROOS-82827h 


8282112 


FRITZ, Johan 


16 Jan 1973 


P 


152 


Stanley FRITZ-82821 1 


828212 


FRITZ, Johan Thomas 


23 Mar 1950 


P 


151 


Alfred T FRITZ-82821 


8.2.8.2h 


FRITZ, Johan Thomas 


17 Aug 1896 


21 Apr 1937 S 


1 


M M E BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 


828242 


FRITZ, Kenneth 


21 Dec 1956 


P 


163 


Roelf FRITZ-82824 


828251 


FRITZ, Linda 




P 


417 


Frederick J FRITZ-82825 


82823 


FRITZ, Millicent Etresia 


12 Jun 1925 


S 


158 


Jan A PRETORIUS-82823h 


82822 


FRITZ, Muriel Hester 


30 Sep 1923 


S 


2 


Wertham W DIXON-82822h 


82821 1w 


FRITZ, Nan 




S 


152 


Stanley FRITZ-82821 1 


82824 


FRITZ, Roelf 


14 Jun 1928 


S 


163 


Peggy B RAW-82824w 


828211 


FRITZ, Stanley 


14 Oct 1944 


S 


152 


Nan FRITZ-82821 1w 


82826 


FRITZ, Sybil 


1 Feb 1934 


S 


166 


Siebert UYS-82826h 


81724 w 


FRONEMAN, Pamela Ann 


29 Oct 1960 


S 


502 


S BOARDMAN-81734 


8.1.6.2W 


FROST, Christina 




S 


43 


R C BOARDMAN-8.1.6.2 


4w 


FUNILOVE, Jane 


1807 


S 


329 


Thomas BOARDMAN-4 


142752 


FYNN, Elizabeth 




P 


28 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


14275 


FYNN, Farewell 




S 


28 


Pat KERR-14275W 


14271 


FYNN, Jean 




S 


20 


Seymour SMITH-1 4271 h 


142751 


FYNN, Leonard 




P 


28 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


142753 


FYNN, Linda 




P 


28 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


14272 


FYNN, Margaret 




S 


22 


UDDLE-14272h 


14273 


FYNN, Mildred 




S 


24 


M. DAVIS-14273h 


142754 


FYNN, Terry 


6 Oct 1969 


P 


29 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


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Died 
/Bur 



V MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



1 .4.2.7h FYNN, Theophilus Cecil 

14274 FYNN, Vivian 

94114 w GARDNER, Mary 

8.1.6.5W GLOVER, Elvah 

21 31 532 GOETZE, Ashley May 

2131531 GOETZE, Ryan Kurt 

21 31 53h GOETZE, Timothy Mark 

98935W GOOSEN, Yvonne 

8.1.2.5w2 GORDIE, Madeline 

1 51 24 h GORDON, Wyndham 

01 .8 h GORE, Joseph Childwall 

X8.5.2 w GORE, Margaret 

01 .571 12 w GOUGH, Nora Mary Dierdre 

98443W GOUWS, Elizabeth F 

825.10.1.3 GOWER, Brian Lester 

825.10.1.2 GOWER, Graham Robert 

825.10.1.1 GOWER, Trevor William 

825.10.1h GOWER, William 

1 51 232 h GRAVELLI, Michael 

8.2.7.1 h GREEN, George 

8271 1 GREEN, Rona Beryl 

01 .51 14 h GREENHALGH, Chris 

i142741 GRIFFITH, Heather 

142742 GRIFFITH, Michael 

14274h GRIFFITH, Tony 

9.8.3.8W GRIFFITHS, Joan Patricia 

9.4.5 h2 GRIMSTEAD, 

9.4.5.1 GRIMSTEAD, Percy 

98333 GROBLER, Albert 

98334 GROBLER, Amy 
9833h2 GROBLER, H.J. 
9.6.3.5W GROBLER, Kate (Tiny) 

82981 GROENEWALD, Andre 

82982 GROENEWALD, Dawn 
98911W GROENEWALD, Dorethea 
8.2.9.8h GROENEWALD, Jurie 

82983 GROENEWALD, Sharon 
X8.4.6 h HACK, William Quine 

989421 HAGER, Andrea 
9.8.9.4h HAGER, Christopher Louis 

98941 HAGER, Karen 

98942 HAGER, Karl Otto 

98943 HAGER, Monica 

989422 HAGER, Son 
9.8.8h HAGGET, William 
X8.5.3 h HALL, William 

81 .1 1 .4h HALLUMS, Harold Vernon 

81.11.411 HALLUMS, Lisa 

81 .1 1 .41 HALLUMS, Peter Vernon 

14272h2 HAMILTON, 

9.8.4.3 HAMILTON, Bertha Sarah 
9.8.4.1 HAMILTON, Clarence Gawn 
98412 HAMILTON, Colleen Rosh 
98415 HAMILTON, Doreen I 

9.8.4.4 HAMILTON, Doreen Laura 
8254132 HAMILTON, Duncan G 
8 2541 3h HAMILTON, Gary Duncan M 



Abt 1885 

6 Feb 1915 

26 Feb 1990 
18 May 1987 
22 May 1959 
31 Dec 1970 

1916 
1791 



10 Jun 1949 



15 Dec 1924 



18 Sep 1945 



1992 
23 May 1938 
30 Jul 1962 
14 Jan 1964 
30 Mar 1965 
30 Apr 1994 



11 Nov 1921 

7 Mar 1951 

23 Jul 1912 
13 Aug 1908 
27 Aug 1961 

27 Jul 1921 

12 Dec 1985 
30 Jul 1952 



5 Sep 1994 



1960 



1922 
14 Apr 1968 



1982 



1937 



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440 


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440 


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472 


P 


105 


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105 



Ivy MORKEL-1 .4.2.7 
Tony GRIFFITH-14274h 
CyrI BBAKER-94114 
Cecil C BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.5 
T Mark GOETZE-21 31 53h 
TMark GOETZE-21 31 53h 
G June RADFORD-213153 
A C SCORGIE-98935 
A Crause B MALLET-8. 1.2.5 
N M CRAWFORD-15124 
Judith BOARDMAN-01 .8 
Edwin T ROBERTS-x8.5.2 
T G BOARDMAN-01 .571 1 2 
J VAN RENSBURG-98443 
William GOWER-825.10.1h 
William GOWER-825.10.1h 
William GOWER-825.10.1h 
Molly A CROWDER-825.10.1 
M Jean DYASON-151232 
G W BOARDMAN-8.2.7.1 
Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 
Mary J BOARDMAN-01 .51 1 4 
TonyGRIFFITH-14274h 
Tony GRIFFITH-14274h 
Vivian FYNN-14274 
D G BOARDMAN-9.8.3.8 
Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 
GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5 h2 
H.J. GROBLER-9833h2 
H.J. GROBLER-9833h2 
Mary A BOARDMAN-9.8.3.3 
R Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.5 
J GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 
J GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 
D R BOARDMAN-9891 1 
C May BOARDMAN-8.2.9.8 
J GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 
F Mabel E THOMAS-x8.4.6 
Karl Otto HAGER-98942 
Elsie B BOARDMAN-9.8.9.4 
Petrus SWART-98941h 
M OOSTHUIZEN-98942W 
Frik LAUBSCHER-98943h 
Karl Otto HAGER-98942 
Irene F BOARDMAN-9.8.8 
O C ROBERTS-X8.5.3 
Pearl BOARDMAN-81.11.4 
Peter VHALLUMS-81.1 1.41 
G ATHORNHILL-81.11.41 
Margaret FYNN-14272 
Walter B BAKER-94111 
E D R JENNINGS-9.8.4.1W 
C Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 
C Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 
J VAN RENSBURG-9.8.4.4h 
Gary D HAMILTON-825413h 
M Mary DIMMOCK-825413 



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/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



9.8.4.5 
98414 

9.8.4 h 

9.8.4.2 

984131 

98411 

98413 

8254131 

941131 w 

04.3W 

142713h 

2.1.2.1 

2.1.2 

2.1.3 

2.1h 

2.1.1 

2.1.2.3 

2.1.2.2 

2.1.4 

x8.4 w 

8.2.1h 

983422h 

9834222 

9834221 

8257W 

8.2.10.5 

8.2.10.h 

8.2.10.4 

8.2.10.2 

Ow 

8.2.10.1 

8.2.10.3 

213142W 

9831 h 

828223W 

8.1.2.5W 

01.572 h 

.1.2w 

8273321 

8273322 

82733h 

827332 

827331 

827333 

8.1.11.11W 

81711W 

8.1.11.1.1 

81.11.1.2 

8.1.11.111 

81.11.122 

81.11.121 

8.1.11.1h 

8.1.11.1.2 

8.1.11.112 



3 Aug 
30 Dec 
12 May 
25 Nov 
14 Apr 
1 Feb 
18 Nov 
7 Aug 



HAMILTON, Gwendolyn P 
HAMILTON, Hally 
HAMILTON, Irene Olive C 
HAMILTON, John Coates 
HAMILTON, Kenneth G H 
HAMILTON, Luke Peter 
HAMILTON, Margorie Joan 
HAMILTON, Peter Gawn 
HAMILTON, Sarah 
HAMMARSTROM, Stina 
HARRISON, Isabel 
HARTLEY, 

HARTMAN, Edna May 
HARTMAN, Edwin Henry 
HARTMAN, Henry 
HARTMAN, Jessie Elizabeth 
HARTMAN, Johan Godlieb 
HARTMAN, John 
HARTMAN, Owen Dixon 
HARTMAN, Violet Annie 
HARTMAN, William 
HARVEY, Caroline Amelia 
HARVEY, George Albert Ernest 
HARVEY, Henry 

HAVLOCK-ALLEN, Michael Patrick 
HAVLOCK-ALLEN, Pamela Ashley 
HAVLOCK-ALLEN, Sarah Megan 
HAWLEY, Beatrice 
HAYES, Eric 
HAYES, Frederick 
HAYES, Gordon 
HAYES, Iris 
HAYES, Margaret 
HAYES, Phyllis 
HAYES, Vera 
HEIN, Rita Dawn 



20 Sep 1923 



V MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



14 May 
May 
14 Jul 
28 Feb 

21 Jan 
Mar 
3 Nov 
9 Sep 



1928 
1879 
1910 
1993 
1959 
1962 
1983 
1936 
1690 

1902 
1884 
1852 
1854 

1850 
1889 
1886 
1857 



1855 



Oct 1772 



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HENDERSON, James (Jimmie) 
HERITAGE, Denese Alice 24 Nov 1947 
HESSELMAN, Madeline H 26 May 1887 
HEWITSON, 

HICKS, Martha 1775 
HILL, Christine 
HILL, Christopher 
HILL, Keith 
HILL, Kenneth John 
HILL, Kevin Patrick 
HILL, Merle Sharon 
HILSON, Rosalind 
HODGKINSON, Carol 
HOFFMAN, Colin Merton 
HOFFMAN, Dallah 
HOFFMAN, David 
HOFFMAN, Freda 
HOFFMAN, Frederick 
HOFFMAN, Hyman Joseph 
HOFFMAN, John 10 Sep 1944 

HOFFMAN, Michael 



5 Jun 
7 Oct 

12 Dec 

6 Dec 



3 Dec 
5 Aug 



1935 
1962 
1960 
1966 



1940 
1947 



4 Aug 
14 Dec 



1989 
1961 



7 Dec 
21 Sep 
1 Jun 
1 Mar 
25 Sep 
14 Jun 
13 Apr 



1902 
1884 
1928 
1911 
1862 
1927 
1895 



15 Nov 1933 



31 Jan 1823 



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P 

P 

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P 

S 

S 

S 

P 

P 

S 

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P 

P 

S 

P 

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476 Charles E WECKE-9.8.4.5h 
440 C Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 
483 David MARAIS-9.8.4.6h 
438 Laura E BOARDMAN-9.8.4 
438 John C HAMILTON-9.8.4 h 
471 Peter G HAMILTON-98413 
440 C Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 
471 L Ann BRADFI ELD-9841 3w 
1 05 Gary D HAMILTON-82541 3h 
538 Donald E BAKER-941 131 
368 James BOARDMAN-04.3 
27 Hilary FARRANT-1 4271 3 
488 William HARTMAN-2.1. 4 
314 Henry HARTMAN-2.1. 2 

314 Mary Ann NEWSON-2.1.2W 

315 D M MC DONALD-2.1.3h 
313 Anne Judith DIXON-2.1 

31 3 Johan G HARTMAN-2. 1 h 

314 Henry HARTMAN-2. 1.2 

322 Clarence WEAKLEY-2. 1 .2.2h 
488 Florence Elizabeth MCCLOED 
388 James THOMAS-X8.4 
376 E BOARDMAN-8.2.1 
385 Annie M BOARDMAN-8. 1 1 . 
432 M P BOARDMAN-983422 
432 HAVLOCK-ALLEN-983422h 
432 HAVLOCK-ALLEN-983422h 
111 J F BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 
248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
248 Sybil I BOARDMAN-8.2.1 0. 
248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
31 1 William BOARDMAN R-0 
248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 
248 Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 

7 Anthony M WINTER-213142 
310 K D BOARDMAN-9.8.3.1 
156 Wallace W DIXON-828223 
396 A Crause B MALLET-8.1 .2.5 
366 S E BOARDMAN-01 .572 
332 Thomas BOARDMAN-.01 .2 
205 Kenneth John HILL-827332 
205 Kenneth John HILL-827332 

203 S RAUBENHEINER-82733 
205 K OBECHOLZER-827332W 

204 LKRITZINGER-827331W 
203 Keith HILL-82733h 

251 Colin M HOFFMAN-8. 1.11.1.1 

73 Ivan BOARDMAN-81 71 1 
251 Rosalind HILSON-8.1 .1 1 .1 1 w 

250 H J HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 h 

251 Colin M HOFFMAN-8. 1 .11.1.1 

252 John HOFFMAN-8.1 .1 1 .1 .2 
252 John HOFFMAN-8.1 .1 1 .1 .2 

250 Auriel BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 
252 Rowan ROENISH-8.1. 11. 12w 

251 Colin M HOFFMAN-8.1 .1 1 .1 .1 

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viniiN 




9.8.7.2 


HOGAN, Clement 






P 


437 


Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 


9.8.7.1 


HOGAN, Hugh 






P 


437 


Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 


9.8.7.3 


HOGAN, Kate 






P 


437 


Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 


9.8.7.5 


HOGAN, Patsy 






P 


437 


Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 


9.8.7.4 


HOGAN, Theresa 






P 


437 


Thomas OR HOGAN-9.8.7h 


9.8.7h 


HOGAN, Thomas O'Reilly 




1937 


S 


437 


Selina S BOARDMAN-9.8.7 


984431 h 


HOLDEN, Robert John 


18 Apr 1969 




S 


481 


E VAN RENSBURG-984431 


8w2 


HOLDER, Jane Sophia 




2 Oct 1875 


S 


383 


Humphry TH0MAS-X8 h2 


9.6.3.1W 


HOOD, Muriel 






S 


269 


H Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.1 


1.5.3. h 


HOOK, Arthur Sidney 






s 


516 


E Mary E MATHEW-1.5.3 


213212W 


HORNE, Deborah 


7 Aug 1964 




s 


447 


Ian William VEYSIE-213212 


01.571 w 


HOUSTON, Janet 




1944 


s 


359 


John C BOARDMAN-01 .571 


82582W 


HOWARD, Shirley May 


17 Jan 1942 




s 


114 


N T BOARDMAN-82582 


1.5.1.5 w2 


HUNDLE, Doris. 






s 


522 


Basil RHODES-1.5.1.5 


8.1.6.3W 


HUNT, Gwen 






s 


44 


N C BOARDMAN-8.1.6.3 


82542 1w 


HYDE, Pamela 






8 


108 


John Gl DE BRUIN-825421 


9.4.4.3 


HYDENRYCH, Amy 






P 


499 


Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


9.4.4.1 


HYDENRYCH, Bertie 






P 


499 


Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


9.4.4.4 


HYDENRYCH, Grace 






P 


499 


Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


9.4.4 h 


HYDENRYCH, Robert 






S 


499 


PM A F BEETON-9.4.4 


9.4.4.2 


HYDENRYCH, Vera 






P 


499 


Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 


8282243 


INTRONA, Christine B 


4 Sep 1985 




P 


155 


Neville T INTRONA-828224h 


8282242 


INTRONA, Nadine Sharon 


9 Feb 1 982 




P 


155 


Neville T INTRONA-828224h 


828224h 


INTRONA, Neville Trevor 


28 Jul 1955 




8 


155 


Audrey M DIXON-828224 


8282241 


INTRONA, Tanen Catherine 


6 Jul 1979 




P 


155 


Neville T INTRONA-828224h 


9835212 


JAMES, Cassandra 


12 Jul 1985 




P 


529 


Rodney L JAMES-983521 h 


9835211 


JAMES, Kristy 


28 May 1983 




P 


529 


Rodney L JAMES-983521 h 


983521 h 


JAMES, Rodney Laurence 


25 Jun 1 960 




8 


529 


G Lynn STAFFORD-983521 


9835213 


JAMES, Tamara 


25 Feb 1987 




P 


529 


Rodney L JAMES-983521 h 


9835214 


JAMES, Travis 


12 Mar 1990 




P 


529 


Rodney L JAMES-983521 h 


3h 


JARMAN, Thomas 


1797 




8 


330 


S BOARDMAN-3 


9.8.4.1W 


JENNINGS, Elizabeth D R 


30 May 1919 




8 


440 


C Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4.1 


825.11.1.1 


JENSON, Desmond 






8 


125 


Vivian J MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.1 


825.12.3H 


JOHNSON, Noel 






8 


133 


Rhona MOSS-825.12.3 


8.2.7.4W 


JOHNSON, Sophia Elizabeth 


16 Jan 1908 


31 Dec 1990 


8 


219 


C BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 


1.5.1.5 w 


JORGENSON, Dolores 






s 


521 


Basil RHODES-1.5.1.5 


827514 


JOUBERT, Baron 






P 


210 


Brian JOUBERT-82751 


82751 


JOUBERT, Brian 






8 


210 


Vanessa PALELO-82751w 


827511 


JOUBERT, Calvin 






P 


210 


Brian JOUBERT-82751 


8276122 


JOUBERT, Cherise 


28 Mar 1985 




P 


214 


J H E JOUBERT-827612h 


82752 


JOUBERT, Desmond Jourisen 




P 


209 


J S JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h 


8276121 


JOUBERT, Dominique 


23 Jun 1983 




P 


214 


J H E JOUBERT-827612h 


82761 2h 


JOUBERT, Johannes H E 


16 Sep 1955 




S 


214 


Oiga M MALHERBE-827612 


8.2.7.5h 


JOUBERT, Jorrisen Stephen 




2 Jan 1959 


S 


209 


Irene P BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 


9.4.1.2 w2 


JOUBERT, Martha Petronella 






8 


533 


C Henry A BEETON-9.4.1 .2 


827512 


JOUBERT, Michelle 






P 


210 


Brian JOUBERT-82751 


827513 


JOUBERT, Yvette 






P 


210 


Brian JOUBERT-82751 


825.13.1 


KEOWN, Anne Irene 






8 


135 


C ANDERSON-825.13.1h 


8.2.2.4h2 


KEOWN, Frederick Conroy 






8 


98 


Ivy M BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 


82541 


KEOWN, Lilian Alice 


21 Feb 1924 




8 


101 


Robin DIMMOCK-82541h 


82542 


KEOWN, Mary Frances 


1 Feb 1932 


12 Feb 1984 


S 


106 


John G DE BRUIN-82432h 


825.1 3.h 


KEOWN, William James 






S 


134 


F Olive BOARDMAN-8.2.5.13. 


14275W 


KERR, Pat 






8 


28 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


9891 1w2 


KILLIAN, Anna Maria 


30 Sep 1958 




8 


453 


D R BOARDMAN-98911 


81.11.3w 


KING, Phyllis 






S 


256 


Neville BOARDMAN-81 .1 1 .3 


8.2.2.4h 


KINSLEY, Edward 






S 


97 


Ivy M BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 


82241 


KINSLEY, Son 


1928 


1928 


P 


97 


Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h 



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ID 



Name 



Born 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



V 



IVIRiN Spouse. Parent or Child 



81631w2 


KITCHING Glpnv<5 






S 


96321 


KOCH Dirk 






S 


96321 1 


KOCH Isobel Marv 






s 


82763W 


KRAUNALJW Fliyp 


CI jan 1 yoU 




s 


827331 w 


KRITZINGER LinHa 


^ INIOV 1 ybU 




s 


8223223 




01 Mar 1 yb/ 




s 


82232h 


KRUGER Frane; 


1 oep 1 y / y 




s 


82923h 


KRUGER Gprt larnhiKj 


1 Plot 1 QQQ 

1 \jc\ 1 yoo 




s 


822321 




1 1 Apr 1 yo/ 




s 


829231 


KRUGER Johannpc: 


28 Jun 1965 




P 


829233 


KRl IGFR 1 pnn 


cd. Apr 1 969 




p 


829232 


rxnuLacn, iviaila IVIayualcna 


1 Uec 1966 




p 


822322 


KRIIGFR Martha 1 lica 


14 Jul 1 ybo 




s 


829234 


KRl ir^PR Mians 


1 4 May 1 977 




p 


14271 1 1 


1 A FITTF naniollo 




p 


14271 1h 


LA FITTE Jean 






s 


14271 13 


1 A FITTF [panlar 






p 


14271 12 


1 A FITTF CJara 
i~r\ n 1 1 c_, odid 






p 


828133 


1 AAC; Flana 
LAArAO, ddlld 






p 


828131 


1 AAS Fi«;ip ManHaiona 
1— 'V'vo , [:^ioic ividyudloiid 






p 


828132 


1 AA^ 1— lpnr\/ li^hannno 
l-'A/AO, ncilly UUildllllcS 






p 


828134 


LAAS Karin 






P 


8281 3h 


LAAS, Martinus Johannes 






s 


82723w2 


LAHNER, Lynn 






s 


82572h 


LAMPRECHT, 






s 


81723 w 


LARSEN, Mary Ann 


22 Sep 1952 




s 


822134 


LAUBSCHANGE, Chariene D 26 Jan 1968 




p 


822133 


LAUBSCHANGE, Desiree A 


2 Aug 1964 




P 


8221 3h2 


LAUBSCHANGE, Peter 


10 Dec 1941 


23 Apr 1984 


s 


98943h 


LAUBSCHER, Frik 


16 Feb 1962 


s 


989431 


LAUBSCHER, Janine 


15 May 1991 




p 


825.14.w2 


LAUBSON, Aletha Magdalena 




s 


827412 


LAUGHTON, Belinda Marjorie 


31 Jul 1973 




p 


82741 1 


LAUGHTON, Carrington R 


4 Apr 1972 




p 


82741 h 


LAUGHTON, Harold 


4 Apr 1933 




s 


01.571123h 


LAW, Rupert Edward Henry 




s 


82735 


LE ROUX, Hermine Louis 


25 Sep 1941 




s 


1.5.4 w 


LEE, Edith 




s 


825722 


LEMPRECHT, Son 






p 


825721 


LEMPRECHT, Wendy 






p 




LESHEY, Mary 






s 


14272h 


LIDDLE, 






s 


8291 2w 


LOFTERING, Ina 


24 Jul 1 946 




s 


82722W 


LOXTON, Jean 


1 Apr 1 940 




s 


9891 12w 


LUBBE, Jacco 


8 Feb 1970 




s 


9891121 


LUBBE, Taain-Morne 


4 Sep 1993 




P 


9.5h 


LYNCH, John 


1873 


s 


X8.5.6 h 


LYNCH, William 




s 


989332 


MAC DONALD, Chad Danie 


7 Jul 1982 




P 


989331 


MAC DONALD, Damon Jon 


23 Mar 1 975 




p 


98933h 


MACDONALD, John Haig 


19 Mar 1947 




s 


82583W 


MACKINTOTH, Jean Ann 


20 Nov 1941 




s 




MAGINNIS, Sarah 


1851 






82761 1 1 


MALHERBE, Harriet 


30 Nov 1 982 




p 

r 


82761 h 


MALHERBE, Izak Abraham J 


Abt 1 933 


1 Oct 1976 


s 


8276112 


MALHERBE, Izak Abraham J 


1 1 Feb 1 985 




p 


82761 1 


MALHERBE, Jacobus Albert 


5 May 1 956 




s 


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C H BOARDMAN-81631 
Dedrle E ACUTE-96321 
Cliff WEBSTER-963211h 
J Al VAN NIEKERK-82763 
Kevin Patrick HILL-827331 
M J VAN ZYL-822323h 
A L BOARDMAN-82232 
June E BOARDMAN-82923 
W BADENHURST-822321h 
Gert J KRUGER-82923h 
Gert J KRUGER-82923h 
Gert J KRUGER-82923h 
Vivian DU TOIT-822322h 
Gert J KRUGER-82923h 
Jean LA FITTE-14271 1h 
Jennifer S. SMITH-1 42711 
Jean LA FITTE-142711h 
Jean LA FITTE-14271 1h 
Martinus J LAAS-82813h 
Martinus J LAAS-82813h 
Martinus J LAAS-82813h 
Martinus J LAAS-82813h 
A J S BOARDMAN-82813 
W C BOARDMAN-82723 
D BOARDMAN-82572 
L Grey BOARDMAN-81723 
P LAUBSCHANGE-82213h2 
P LAUBSCHANGE-82213h2 
E N EO'CONNOR-82213 
Monica HAGER-98943 
Frik LAUBSCHER-98943h 
E R BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 
Harold LAUGHTON-82741h 
Harold LAUGHTON-82741h 
B D BOARDMAN-82741 
J G BOARDMAN-01.571123 
I RAUBENHEINER-82735 
Charles O MATHEW-1.5.4 
LAMPRECHT-82572h 
LAMPRECHT-82572h 
James TH0MAS-x8.f 
Margaret FYNN-14272 
Clarence NELL-82912 
D B BOARDMAN-82722 
C BOARDMAN-989112 
Jacco LUBBE-9891 12w 
C M T BOARDMAN-9.5 
Annie M ROBERTS-x8.5.6 
J H MACDONALD-98933h 
J H MACDONALD-98933h 
C Joyce SCORGIE-98933 
D C BOARDMAN-82583 



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Name 


Born 
/Chr 


Died 
/Bur 


\ 


1 


MRIN 


I I 1 
Spouse, Parent or Child 


827612 


MALHERBE, Olga Margret 


1 9 Sep 1 957 




S 


214 


J H E JOUBERT-827612h 


82761 3 


MALHERBE, Sheilagh 


1 Mar 1 965 


28 Apr 1 987 


S 


215 


Pieter J H BIRK-827613h 


8.1.2.6 


MALLET, Alexandra Thelma 


4 Nov 1898 




s 


412 


Walter ALTERN-8.1.2.6h 


8.1.2.5 


MALLET, Algernon Crause B 


5 Nov 1896 




8 


396 


M H HESSELMAN-8.1.2.5W 


8.1.2.8 


MALLET, Ashton Eslalde 


12 Aug 1904 




P 


391 


Greville W MALLET-8.1 .2h 


8.1.2.7 


MALLET, Dorothea Hope 


10 Sep 1902 




P 


391 


Greville W MALLET-8.1 .2h 


8.1.2.3 


MALLET, Edith Ermyntrude 


17 Dec 1890 




P 


391 


Greville W MALLET-8.1. 2h 


81251 


MALLET, Elaine Frances 


24 Oct 1 926 




1 


3 


396 


A Crause B MALLET-8.1. 2.5 


8.1.2.4 


MALLET, Gladys Lilian 


1892 


1893 


1 


3 


391 


Greville W MALLET-8.1 .2h 


8.1. 2h 


MALLET, Greville William 


22 Jan 1855 




S 


391 


J S H BOARDMAN-8.1.2 


8.1.2.1 


MALLET, Greville William Harold 1 886 


1887 


1 

1 


3 


391 


Greville W MALLET-8.1 .2h 


8.1.2.2 


MALLET, Hugh Francis Phillip 


1887 


8 Oct 1918 


^ 




410 


Lilian WHAL-8.1 .2.2w 


98342W 


MANLEY, Elizabeth Agnes 






« 




431 


D M BOARDMAN-98342 


8221 12w 


MANNING, Denise 










208 


C G P MATHEW-822112 


984612 


MARAIS, Allan 


13 Nov 1953 






P 


483 


David MARAIS-9.8.4.6h 


984613 


MARAIS, Bruce 


22 Nov 1955 






P 


483 


David MARAIS-9.8.4.6h 


81732h 


MARAIS, Charles Prre F 


11 Mar 1950 




* 




79 


Lynette BOARDMAN-81732 


9.8.4.6h 


MARAIS, David 










483 


Irene Olive Coates HAMILTON 


98461 


MARAIS, Estelle 


3 Jan 1951 






o 


484 


Bryan PERRING-98461h 


817322 


MARAIS, Graeme Charles 


15 Jul 1982 






p 


79 


C Prre F MARAIS-81732h 


817321 


MARAIS, Lisa Ann 


29 Jun 1979 






p 


79 


C Prre F MARAIS-81732h 


01.51213 h 


MARSH, Gilbert 


1843 


1923 




c 


340 


H S BOARDMAN-01.51213 


14275W2 


MARTIN, Shirley 








c 
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29 


Farewell FYNN-14275 


1.5.5 


MATHEW, Augustus Thomas 








q 


518 


Ida MCMASTER-1.5.5W 


1.5.4 


MATHEW, Charles Ogden 








e 


517 


Edith LEE-1.5.4 w 


822112 


MATHEW, Christopher G P 


7 Sep 1949 






Q 
O 


208 


Denise MANNING-8221 12w 


1.5.3 


MATHEW, Emmeline Mary Earle 






e 
o 


516 


Arthur Sidney HOOK-1.5.3. h 


1.5.1 


MATHEW, Florence Mary 


Abt 1859 






e 
o 


505 


C H Shaw RH0DES-1.5.1h 


8221 1 h2 


MATHEW, Gerthew 








Q 
O 


82 


E Mary O'CONNOR-8221 1 


1.5.2 


MATHEW, Jessie Hope 








e 


515 


Clarence DEWITT-1 .5.2. h 


1.5h 


MATHEW, Thomas Philip Dr. Abt 1 856 






e 
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504 


Mary Elizabeth EARL-1.5 


816532 


MAWSON, Angela Anthea 


23 Mar 1970 






p 

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61 


G R MAWSON-81653h 


81653h 


MAWSON, George Richard 








O 

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61 


Anthea BOARDMAN-81653 


816531 


MAWSON, Pamela Hazel 


22 Feb 1968 






p 


61 


G R MAWSON-81653h 


816533 


MAWSON, Susan 


27 Apr 1972 






p 


61 


G R MAWSON-81653h 


8.2.9.2W 


MAYHEW, Maria Magdalena 


8 Oct 1921 






q 
o 


231 


W G BOARDMAN-8.2.9.2 


2.1. 3h 


MC DONALD, Donald M 


12 Feb 1856 


11 Nov 1928 




q 


315 


Jessie E HARTMAN-2.1 .3 


2.1.3.2 


MC DONALD, Dorothy Violet 


5 Jul 1894 






q 


320 


Clifford VEYSIE-2.1.3.2h 


2.1.3.1 


MC DONALD, Florence Mary 


7 Feb 1892 


13 Apr 1972 




q 


316 


Joseph RADFORD-2.1.3.1h 




MCCLOED, Florence E 


2 Dec 1875 


7 Feb 1959 




q 


488 


William HARTMAN-2.1. 4 


989213 


MCCLUGHAN, Cecil Adriaan 


10 Nov 1967 






p 


454 


C R MCCLUGHAN-98921 


98921 


MCCLUGHAN, Cecil Robert 


10 Nov 1937 


14 Jan 1987 




q 


454 


Barbara CLASSEN-98921w 


989211 


MCCLUGHAN, Christine 


23 Feb 1963 






s 


457 


A G FERRERA-98921 1 h 


989212 


MCCLUGHAN, Robert 


21 Aug 1964 






P 


454 


C R MCCLUGHAN-98921 


9.8.9.2h 


MCCLUGHAN, Robert Cecil T 7 Sep 1914 


1 Jan 1943 




s 


452 


E M BOARDMAN-9.8.9.2 


81682 


MCCRANN, Carol 


12 Dec 1944 






s 


68 


William PYNE-81682h 


81 6832 


MCCRANN, Douglas 








p 


69 


T MCCRANN-81683 


816833 


MCCRANN, Emily 


1985 






p 


69 


T MCCRANN-81683 


816831 


MCCRANN, Julian 








p 


69 


T MCCRANN-81683 


8.1.6.8h 


MCCRANN, Norman 








s 


49 


M C BOARDMAN-8.1.6.8 


81681 


MCCRANN, Prudence 


27 Sep 1944 






s 


67 


Cameron SMITH-81681h 


81683 


MCCRANN, Terrance 


25 May 1948 






s 


69 


Wilma MCCRANN-81683h 


81683h 


MCCRANN, Wilma 








s 


69 


T MCCRANN-81683 


81 651 h 


MCKENNA, 








s 


59 


Diane BOARDMAN-81651 


816511 


MCKENNA, Michael 


15 May 1971 






p 


59 


MCKENNA-81651h 


1.5.5 w 


MCMASTER, Ida 








s 


518 


Augustus T MATHEW-1 .5.5 


8.1.11.W 


MEIRING, Eveleen May 


24 May 1888 


2 Jul 1972 




s 


249 


James BOARDMAN-8.1 .1 1 . 



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METELERKAMP, Darren 


17 Apr 1975 




p 


162 


1 METELERKAMP-828233h 


828233h 


METELERKAMP, Ivan J 


13 Aug 1948 




S 


162 


Sheila E OCHSE-828233 


8282332 


METELERKAMP, Ursula 


9 Sep 1976 




P 


162 


1 METELERKAMP-828233h 


828333 


METELERKAMP, Robyn 


23 May 1982 




P 


162 


1 METELERKAMP-828233h 


9835231 


MILLAR, Brett Alexander 


19 Nov 1991 




P 


531 


Scott G MILLAR-983523 h 


9835232 


MILLAR, Megan Amy 


30 Nov 1994 




P 


531 


Scott G MILLAR-983523 h 


983523 h 


MILLAR, Scott Gould 


28 Mar 1963 




S 


531 


K P STAFFORD-983523 


963322 


MITCHELL, Colleen M 


23 Sep 1955 




S 


279 


Derick WILCOCKS-963322h 


9633221 


MITCHELL, Derrick Gordon 


23 Apr 1953 




P 


278 


L G MITCHELL-96332h 


96332h 


MITCHELL, Leonard Gordon 


11 Dec 1922 




S 


278 


STOKES-WALLER-96332 


8.2.9.3h 


MOLE, Gordon 






S 


238 


Joy D BOARDMAN-8.2.9.3 


82931 


MOLE, Rosalie 






P 


238 


Gordon MOLE-8.2.9.3h 


2131432 


MONK, Chadri 


3 Aug 1 990 




P 


446 


Craig K MONK-213143h 


213143h 


MONK, Craig Kenneth 


26 Dec 1960 




S 


446 


Wendy M WINTER-213143 


2131431 


MONK, Joanne 


16 May 1984 




p 


446 


Craig K MONK-213143h 


825.1 0.2w 


MONROE, Shirley Ann 






S 


118 


R Peter CROWDER-825. 10.2 


8.2.9.6W 


MOOLMAN, Judith Susara 


26 Dec 1 928 




S 


243 


D C BOARDMAN-8.2.9.6 


213112W 


MOORE, Catherine Louise B 


1 Sep 1955 




s 


9 


Clyve W RADFORD-21 31 1 2 


14211h 


MORGAN, Charles 






S 


34 


Rhoda MORKEL-14211 


142143 


MORKEL, Alan 






p 


36 


Cecil MORKEL-14214 


1421215 


MORKEL, Antony 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


14220 


MORKEL, Antony Brian 






p 


17 


Arthur RMORKEL-1 .4.2.1 


1421222 


MORKEL, Arthur 






p 


41 


Rex MORKEL-142122 


1.4.2.1 


MORKEL, Arthur RUBIDGE 


Abt1873 




s 


17 


Alice SOUTHEY-1. 4.2.1 w 


142143 


MORKEL, Barry 






p 


36 


Cecil MORKEL-14214 


14214W 


MORKEL, Betty 






s 


36 


Cecil MORKEL-14214 


1421411 


MORKEL, Brian 


30 Apr 1970 




p 


37 


Clive MORKEL-1 42141 


1421223 


MORKEL, Brian 






p 


41 


Rex MORKEL-142122 


1421214 ; 


MORKEL, Campbell 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


14214 


MORKEL, Cecil 






s 


36 


Betty MORKEL-1 421 4w 


14215 


MORKEL, Clifford 






s 


38 


Sheila NORMAN-14215w 


142141 


MORKEL, Clive 






s 


37 


Pat STOBART-142141W 


1421232 


MORKEL, Coral 






p 


42 


David MORKEL-1 421 23 


14217 


MORKEL, Corolie 






p 


17 


Arthur R MORKEL-1 .4.2.1 


14218 


MORKEL, Cynthia 






p 


17 


Arthur R MORKEL-1 .4.2.1 


142123 


MORKEL, David 






s 


42 


Joan WILLIAMS-142123W 


1421233 


MORKEL, Deborah 






p 


42 


David MORKEL-1 421 23 


1421412 


MORKEL, Derrick 






p 


37 


Clive MORKEL-1 421 41 


142121 


MORKEL, Diana 






p 


41 


Rex MORKEL-142122 


1.4.2.6 


MORKEL, Ernest 






p 


15 


Peter MORKEL-1. 4.2h 


14216 


MORKEL, Ernest 






p 


17 


Arthur R MORKEL-1 .4.2.1 


1.4.2.2 


MORKEL, Hilda 


Abt1875 




8 


31 


J. ELEY-1.4.2.2h 


1.4.2.7 


MORKEL, Ivy 


Abt 1 888 




s 


19 


Theophilus C FYNN-1.4.2.7h 


1421213 


MORKEL, Jeremy 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


142121 


MORKEL, John 






s 


40 


R DUNLOP-142121W 


1421216 


MORKEL, John 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


1421224 


MORKEL, Keith 






p 


41 


Rex MORKEL-142122 


1421212 


MORKEL, Mary 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


1.4.2.4 


MORKEL, May 


Abt1878 




s 


32 


CORSER-1.4.2.4h 


142142 


MORKEL, Meryl 






p 


36 


Cecil MORKEL-14214 


1.4.2.3 


MORKEL, Minnie 


Abt 1878 




s 


30 


Fred ALEXANDER-1.4.2.3h 


1 .4.2.5 


MORKEL, Olive 


Abt 1882 




s 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


1421231 


MORKEL, Patricia 






p 


42 


David MORKEL-1 421 23 


1.4.2h 


MORKEL, Peter 






s 


15 


Sarah RUBIDGE-1.4.2 


1421211 


MORKEL, Philippa 






p 


40 


John MORKEL-142121 


14212 


MORKEL, Reggie 






s 


39 


Ann THORNE-14212W 


142122 


MORKEL, Rex 






s 


41 


P SCOTT-LANE-142122W 


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lU 


INaiTie 


/Phr 


/Riir 


\/ 


ivirviiN 




14211 


MORKEL, Rhoda 






8 


34 


Charles MORGAN-1421 1h 


14219 


MORKEL, Ronald Norman 






P 


17 


Arthur RMORKEL-1. 4.2.1 


14213 


MORKEL, Vincent 






P 


17 


Arthur RMORKEL-1. 4.2.1 


98451 w2 


MORTIMER, Jeannette 






S 


482 


Claude D WECKE-98451 


825.12.4 


MOSS, Colleen 






P 


131 


Hugh MOSS-825.12.h 


825.12.1 


MOSS, Geoffrey 






P 


131 


Hugh MOSS-825.12.h 


825.1 2.h 


MOSS, Hugh 






S 


131 


D E BOARDMAN-8.2.5.12. 


01.51261 h 


MOSS, J H 






s 


354 


M BOARDMAN-01.51261 


825.12.2 


MOSS, Joan 






s 


132 


Brian DOYLE-825.12.2H 


825.12.3 


MOSS, Rhona 






s 


133 


Noel JOHNSON-825.12.3H 


8281 5w 


MOSSOP, Joy 






s 


144 


TRBOARDMAN-82815 


9835132 


MULLINS, Robyn 


6 Jul 1988 




p 


527 


Roy MULLINS-983513h 


983513 h 


MULLINS, Roy 


Abt 1 960 




s 


527 


Carolyne J TODD-983513 


825.1 1.1h2 


MUNDELL, 






s 


122 


Thora F MURRAY-825.1 1 .1 


825.11.1.2 


MUNDELL, Lilien Frances 


31 Dec 1956 




s 


126 


Derek H PAXTON-825.1 1 .1 .2 


825.11.1.3 


MUNDELL, Rene Lee 


9 Dec 1 958 




s 


127 


A Arthur SMlTHEN-825.1 1 .1 .3 


825.11.1.1 


MUNDELL, Vivian Jean 


14 May 1949 




s 


123 


Joseph COETZEE-825.1 1.1.1 


81.11.w2 


MURING, Eleen May 






8 


398 


James BOARDMAN-8.1 .1 1 . 


825.11.2 


MURRAY, Hillary 






8 


128 


FOURIE-825.11.2h 


825.1 1h 


MURRAY, Stephen 






8 


119 


M M BOARDMAN-8.2.5.11. 


825.11.1 


MURRAY, Thora Frances 


20 Jun 1925 




8 


121 


J H VILJOEN-825.11.1h 


825.1 1.2h2 


MURRELL, 






8 


129 


Hillary MURRAY-825.1 1.2 


825.11.2.3 


MURRELL, Deborah 






P 


129 


MURRELL-825.11.2h2 


81.11.6h 


NAUDE, Hendrik Johannes 






8 


267 


Esme BOARDMAN-81 .1 1 .6 


8.2.8 w 


NAUDE, Johanna Etresia 


1880 




S 


378 


Alfred H BOARDMAN-8.2.8 


X8.4.2 w 


NAUDE, L 






S 


414 


Ernest H THOMAS-x8.4.2 


816331 


NEDERLOF, Claire 


15 Dec 1960 




P 


56 


Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 


816333 


NEDERLOF, Jeanette 


8 Oct 1966 




P 


56 


Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 


81633h 


NEDERLOF, Mees 






8 


56 


M BOARDMAN-81 633 


816332 


NEDERLOF, Michelle 


10 May 1962 




P 


56 


Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 


816334 


NEDERLOF, Theo 


1 Dec 1967 




P 


56 


Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 


82573h 


NEETHLING, 






S 


420 


Valerie BOARDMAN-82573 


82762W 


NEL, Anna 


19 Aug 1941 




8 


216 


W VAN NIEKERK-82762 


82761 1w 


NEL, Lisa 






8 


213 


J A MALHERBE-82761 1 


82912 


NELL, Clarence 


2 Jun 1942 




8 


229 


Ina LOFTERING-82912W 


829111 


NELL, Francois 






8 


228 


Elizabeth DU TOIT-8291 1 1w 


8.2.9.1h 


NELL, Francois Petrus F 


13 Apr 1908 




8 


226 


G M BOARDMAN-8.2.9.1 


829121 


NELL, Kevin 


29 Mar 1969 




P 


229 


Clarence NELL-82912 


829112 


NELL, Pierre 






P 


227 


Tammy B NELL-8291 1 


82911 


NELL, Tammy Boardman 






8 


227 


FANNIE-82911W 


829122 


NELL, Theresa Leandra 


14 May 1971 




P 


229 


Clarence NELL-82912 


82913 


NELL, Valerie 


12 Apr 1950 




8 


230 


ECFINAUGHTY-82913h 


2.1. 2w 


NEWSON, Mary Ann 


3 Aug 1849 


29 Jun 1920 


S 


314 


Henry HARTMAN-2.1 .2 


21311W 


NEWTON, Joy Elizabeth 


4 Feb 1923 




8 


317 


Deryck V RADFORD-21 31 1 


213114W 


NORCOTT, Elizabeth Anne 


10 Feb 1953 




8 


11 


Lyell J RADFORD-213114 


1421 5w 


NORMAN, Sheila 






8 


38 


Clifford MORKEL-14215 


82213 


O'CONNOR, Ethel Nora E 


5 Jan 1917 




8 


84 


Walter PROVOST-82213h 


82211 


O'CONNOR, Evelyn Mary 


8 Dec 1912 




8 


80 


John CURRIE-82211h 


82214 


O'CONNOR, Muriel Marie Stella 1 91 9 


1940 


S 


88 


William FIELDS-82214h 


8.2.2.1h 


O'CONNOR, Peter 






8 


399 


Ethel M BOARDMAN-8.2.2.1 


82212 


O'CONNOR, Thomas Peter 


6 Jun 1915 




8 


83 


Annie ROBERTS-82212w 


X8.4.3 h 


O'RORKE, Ernest Robert 






8 


415 


Etheline B THOMAS-x8.4.3 


827332W 


OBECHOLZER, Karen 


6 Oct 1964 




8 


205 


Kenneth John HILL-827332 


828234 


OCHSE, Clive Anthony 


28 Apr 1 965 




P 


159 


George R OCHSE-828223h2 


828232 


OCHSE, Colleen Etresia 


26 Feb 1952 




8 


161 


Sean K WALSH-828232h 


828223h2 


OCHSE, George Raleigh 


22 Jul 1929 




8 


159 


Millicent E FRITZ-82823 


828233 


OCHSE, Sheila Ethel 


17 Aug 1954 




8 


162 


1 METELERKAMP-828233h 


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ID 



Name 



Born 
/Chr 



Died 
/Bur 



8282712 OLWAGEN, Carin 

828271 h OLWAGEN, Nico 

828271 1 OLWAGEN, Nico Jr. 

98942W OOSTHUIZEN, Marietjie 

03.4 w ORFORD, Judith 

01.55h ORRELL, Joseph 

827112 ORTEL, 
827111 ORTEL, 

827113 ORTEL, 
827.1.1h ORTEL, Max 
15122 w OSBORNE, Hilda 

82961 w OTTO, Emmerentia Frederika 

983522 h PAGE, Peter Edward 

82751 w PALELO, Vanessa 

01.512511W PARTON, Barbara Joyce 

825-1 1 .1 .? PAXTON, Brian Wilfred B 

825.1 1 .1 .2 PAXTON, Derek Hugh 

825.11.1.? PAXTON, Rozanne Lee 

825.1 1.1.? PAXTON, Shannon Frances 

82721 w PEARSALL, Norma Isabel 

9.8.6 w PELL, Rotha May Coventry 

9.6.3.W PENN, Amy Elizabeth 

01 .571 1 21 w PENN, Catherine 

9.4.2 h PENTZ, Aaron 

9.4.1 w PENTZ, Margaretha J. K. 

98461 h PERRING, Bryan 

984611 PERRING, Kurt 

21 321 w PERRY, Pamela Margaret 

X8.4.1 w PERVY, Susanah 

9411321 h PETRIE, Hamish 

829622 PFOSER, Cudrun Maria 

82962h PFOSER, Leopold 

829621 PFOSER, Nikko Maximillian 

98932h PHILLIPS, Allen Bruce 

989321 PHILLIPS, Bronwen Lee 

989322 PHILLIPS, Gareth Scott 
01 .5126 w PHIPPS, Hilda Bernice 
82731 2w PIENAAR, Antoinette 
98441 1 h PIENAAR, Willem Adolph 
827422h PITT, Bruce 

8274221 PITT, Buster William 

8274222 PITT, Westwood Jay 
8271 22h PITTA WAY, Calvin 

8271221 PITTA WAY, LiezI 

8271222 PITTAWAY, Lorimer Ivan 
827131 h POTGIETER, Daniel N 

8271 31 1 POTGIETER, Daniel Nl 

8271312 POTGIETER, Leande 
8282311 PRETORIUS, Duane 
82823h PRETORIUS, Jan Albertus 
828231 PRETORIUS, Noel Allen 
82581 1h PRINGLE, 
8. 1 .6.4w PRINSLOO, Grace 
822132 PROVOST, Irene Grace 
822131 PROVOST, Marion Nora 
822 1 3h PROVOST, Walter 
81.11.312w PURDY, Janet Dawn 



6 Aug 1 979 
16 Aug 1944 
30 Apr 1976 
12 Jun 1972 

5 Feb 1716 
Abt 1815 



9 May 1 953 
1 1 Jun 1 944 

1951 
25 Feb 1982 
31 Aug 1953 
17 Sep 1980 
29 Dec 1 986 
29 Jan 1935 

24 Apr 1 872 



3 Jul 1854 



13 Jul 1935 



28 Sep 
17 Feb 
15 Nov 
14 Aug 
14 Apr 
25 Jun 
25 Sep 



1964 
1985 
1948 
1981 
1952 
1972 
1974 



26 Dec 1 958 

12 Feb 1970 

11 May 1983 
2 Jun 1985 
26 Oct 1 956 
29 Oct 1981 
8 Oct 1984 
17 Feb 1954 
17 Feb 1985 
17 Feb 1991 
20 Feb 1978 

13 Nov 1915 
25 Oct 1945 



1943 
1 Dec 1 941 



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P 170 

S 170 

P 170 

S 465 

22 Nov 1749 S 323 

S 341 

P 184 

P 184 

P 184 

S 184 

S 508 

S 244 

S 530 

S 210 

S 351 

P 126 

S 126 

P 126 

P 126 

S 191 

1 946 S 286 

22 Jul 1953 S 268 

S 363 

S 497 

3 May 1927 S 489 

S 484 

P 484 

S 321 

S 413 

S 539 

P 245 

S 245 

P 245 

S 459 

P 459 

P 459 

S 352 

S 201 

S 478 

S 223 

P 223 

P 223 

S 187 

P 187 

P 187 

S 188 

P 188 

P 188 

P 160 

7 Oct 1948 S 158 

S 160 

S 421 

S 45 

S 87 

23 Apr 1 984 S 86 

S 84 

S 260 



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Nico OLWAGEN-828271h 
Yolande ROOS-828271 
Nico OLWAGEN-828271h 
Karl Otto HAGER-98942 
Thomas BOARDMAN-03.4 
Ellen BOARDMAN-01.55 
Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 
Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 
Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 
Rona Beryl GREEN-82711 
G H ECRAWFORD-15122 
P C BOARDMAN-82961 
C Gay STAFFORD-983522 
Brian JOUBERT-82751 
T Clint BULMER-01.512511 
Derek H PAXTON-825. 11.1.2 
Lilien F MUNDELL-825.1 1 .1 .2 
Derek H PAXTON-825. 11. 1.2 
Derek H PAXTON-825.1 1 .1 .2 
Earl P BOARDMAN-82721 
G HI BOARDMAN-9.8.6 
John CI BOARDMAN-9.6.3 
A H BOARDMAN-01.571121 
Eliza Emily BEETON-9.4.2 
Thomas B BEETON-9.4.1 
Estelle MARAIS-98461 
Bryan PERRING-98461h 
Donald C VEYSIE-21321 
Cecil SC THOMAS-X8.4.1 
Cheryl M AUBREY-941 1321 
Leopold PFOSER-82962h 
J D BOARDMAN-82962 
Leopold PFOSER-82962h 
Yvonne D SCORGIE-98932 
Allen B PHILLIPS-98932h 
Allen B PHILLIPS-98932h 
Harold BOARDMAN-01.5126 
Pierre DU TOIT-827312 
Liesel BOTHA-98441 1 
Wendy J WILLIAMS-827422 
Bruce PITT-827422h 
Bruce PITT-827422h 
Wilna REYNEKE-827122 
Calvin PITTA WAY-827122h 
Calvin PITTAWAY-827122h 
Estelle BOTHA-827131 
D N POTGIETER-827131 h 
DN POTGIETER-827131 h 
N A PRETORIUS-828231 
Millicent E FRITZ-82823 
Cherryl C SEITZ-828231w 
E LBRADFIELD-825811 
P Basil BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.4 
Alan TFISHER-822132h 
Howard DRURY-822131h 
E N E O'CONNOR-82213 
D N BOARDMAN-81.11.312 

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ID 


Name 


/Onr 


/Di f 

/bur 




IvlnIN 


Spouse, Parent or Child 


816822 


PYNE, Bryanna 






p 


68 


William PYNE-81682h 


816821 


PYNE, Erin 






P 


68 


William PYNE-81682h 


81682h 


PYNE, William 






8 


68 


Carol MCCRANN-81682 


2131142 


RADFORD, Alexander John 


1 Aug 1990 




P 


11 


Lyeli J RADFORD-213114 


213115 


RADFORD, Allyn James 


11 Mar 1958 




S 


12 


Nerise A FRENCH-21 31 1 5w 


2131121 


RADFORD, Bridget E 


29 May 1993 




P 


9 


Clyve W RADFORD-21 31 1 2 


213111 


RADFORD, Bryan Vincent 


13 Mar 1948 




S 


8 


CFEUERHEERD-213111W 


2131511 


RADFORD, Candice Joanne 


29 Oct 1985 




P 


3 


Mark G RADFORD-213151 


213112 


RADFORD, Clyve Wesley 


30 Jan 1 952 




S 


9 


C L B MOORE-213112W 


21311 


RADFORD, Deryck Vincent 


24 Sep 1919 


1993 


S 


317 


Joy E NEWTON-21311W 


213153 


RADFORD, Gienda June 


25 Sep 1960 




S 


4 


T Mark GOETZE-21 31 53h 


213152 


RADFORD, Graham Walter 


17 Aug 1959 




p 


319 


M D RADFORD-21 31 5 


2131141 


RADFORD, Jennifer Ann 


18 May 1987 




p 


11 


Lyell J RADFORD-213114 


2131132 


RADFORD, Jessica Joy 


12 Dec 1986 




p 


10 


H RADFORD-21 31 13 


2.1.3.1h 


RADFORD, Joseph 


4 Mar 1894 


13 May 1981 


S 


316 


F Mary MC DONALD-2.1.3.1 


21312 


RADFORD, Joyce Mavis 


15 Feb 1921 




p 


316 


Joseph RADFORD-2.1.3.1h 


2131151 


RADFORD, Kirsten A 


12 Mar 1985 




p 


12 


Allyn J RADFORD-21 31 15 


213114 


RADFORD, Lyell Joseph 


21 Feb 1955 




8 


11 


E Anne NORCOTT-2131 14w 


213151 


RADFORD, Mark Geoffrey 


19 May 1958 




8 


3 


B WHITECROSS-213151 w 


213151 


RADFORD, Mark Geoffrey 


19 May 1958 




P 


319 


M D RADFORD-21 31 5 


21315 


RADFORD, Mervyn D 


16 Aug 1930 




8 


319 


June Marie WHYTE-21315w 


213113 


RADFORD, Owynne Herbert 


21 Feb 1955 




8 


10 


Annett VILJOEN-213113w 


2131152 


RADFORD, Rebekah Meriam 


19 Apr 1987 




P 


12 


Allyn J RADFORD-21 31 15 


2131512 


RADFORD, RoxAnne Sheree 


8 Mar 1989 




P 


3 


Mark G RADFORD-213151 


2131131 


RADFORD, Russell Deryck 


26 Mar 1982 




P 


10 


H RADFORD-21 31 13 


213115W2 


RADFORD, Suzanne 


Abt 1 963 




8 


13 


Allyn J RADFORD-21 31 15 


21313 


RADFORD, Sylvia Grace 


9 Aug 1923 




P 


316 


Joseph RADFORD-2.1.3.1h 


21314 


RADFORD, Yvonne Beryl 


14 Jun 1927 




8 


318 


J G Harold WINTER-21314h 


15122 w2 


RAFA, Helen Consynus 






8 


509 


G H ECRAWFORD-15122 


941112 w 


RANDALL, Clarice Freda 


2 Dec 1908 


1995 


S 


535 


Clarence B BAKER-941112 


827352 


RAUBENHEIMER, Johann A 


6 Oct 1970 




P 


207 


1 RAUBENHEINER-82735 


827351 


RAUBENHEIMER, Juilette 


5 Aug 1 968 




P 


207 


1 RAUBENHEINER-82735 


827353 


RAUBENHEIMER, V 


19 Nov 1974 




P 


207 


1 RAUBENHEINER-82735 


82732 


RAUBENHEINER, Anna M A 


13 Mar 1933 




8 


202 


H W N ALBERTS-82732h 


82735 


RAUBENHEINER, Ignatuis V 


3 Aug 1 939 




8 


207 


Hermine L LE ROUX-82735 


82734 


RAUBENHEINER, Linda 


2 Mar 1937 




8 


206 


Francis DENKEMA-82734h 


82733 


RAUBENHEINER, Shirley 


23 Aug 1935 




8 


203 


Keith HILL-82733h 


82731 


RAUBENHEINER, Stella 


13 Nov 1930 




8 


199 


Hendrik J DU TOIT-82731h 


82736 


RAUBENHEINER, Twin 






P 


198 


J REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h 


82824W 


RAW, Peggy Beatrice 


13 Apr 1928 




S 


163 


Roelf FRITZ-82824 


1.5.1.1W 


REMINGTON, Maud Hester 






8 


506 


Thomas C RHODES-1. 5.1.1 


8.2.7.3h 


REUBENHEINER, Johann A C20 Dec 1906 




8 


198 


Violet C BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 


82713 


REYNEKE, Denise 


14 Jun 1933 




S 


186 


Frikkie BOTHA-82713h 


8.2.7.1 h2 


REYNEKE, Hendrik Ryne 


10 Jun 1905 




8 


183 


G W BOARDMAN-8.2.7.1 


82712 


REYNEKE, Norman 


30 Dec 1929 




8 


185 


Joey SMITH-82712W 


827121 


REYNEKE, Norman Hugh 


9 Sep 1957 




P 


185 


Norman REYNEKE-82712 


827122 


REYNEKE, Wilna 


26 Jan 1 959 




8 


187 


Calvin PITTA WAY-827122h 


1.5.1.5 


RHODES, Basil 


Abt 1888 




8 


521 


DJORGENSON-1. 5.1.5 w 


1.5.1h 


RHODES, Charles Herman S 


Abt 1856 




S 


505 


Florence M MATHEW-1.5.1 


1.5.1.3 


RHODES, Constance Mabel 


Abt 1883 




8 


519 


William R EALES-1 .5.1.3 h 


1.5.1.4 


RHODES, Porter Florence 


Abt 1885 




8 


520 


RTHORNTON-1 .5.1.4 h 


1.5.1.1 


RHODES, Thomas Cyian 


Abt 1879 




8 


506 


M H REMINGT0N-1.5.1.1W 


1.5.1.2 


RHODES, Vera Maud 


10 Mar 1881 




S 


507 


RSCRAWFORD-1.5.1.2h 


9.8.3.3h 


RHOM, 






8 


304 


Mary A BOARDMAN-9.8.3.3 


98332 


RHOM, Bertha 






P 


304 


RHOM-9.8.3.3h 


98331 


RHOM, Hazel 






P 


304 


RHOM-9.8.3.3h 


98351 w 


RICE, Angela 


16 Sep 1943 




8 


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822 12w 

X8.5.6 

X8.5.9 

8.5.6 

X8.5.10. 

983512 h 

8.5.3 

X8.5.2 

8.2.3W 

X8.5.5 

8.5.4 

X8.5.11. 

8.5h 

8.5.2 

9835121 

X8.5.4 

X8.5.3 

x8.5 h 

X8.5.1 

X8.5.8 

8.2.2 w 
X8.5.7 
9.8.9w2 
9.8.9. 1w 
81.11.31w 
81631W 
8.1.11.12W 
9.8.3.4W 
828273 
828272 
828274 
82827h 
828271 

9.4.3 w 
81.11.214 
81.11.213 
81.11.212 
81.11.21h 
81.11.211 
829251 
829253 
82925h 
82922W 
829252 ■ 
1.4.4W 
1.4.7 
1.4.6 
1.4.7.2 
1.4.5 

1.4h 

1.4.3 

1.4.7.1 

1.4.1 

1.4.4 

1.4.2 



RICHARDS, James John 

ROBERTS, Annie 

ROBERTS, Annie Marion 

ROBERTS, Cecil G 

ROBERTS, Clement Richard 

ROBERTS, Clifford George 

ROBERTS, David Abt1960 

ROBERTS, Duncan James 

ROBERTS, Edwin Thomas 

ROBERTS, Emily Maud 

ROBERTS, Evered John 

ROBERTS, Florence 

ROBERTS, George Clifford 

ROBERTS, Harry Leopold 

ROBERTS, John 

ROBERTS, John Henry 1866 
ROBERTS, Keeran Dean 29 Oct 1983 
ROBERTS, Mildred Eilenor 
ROBERTS, Olympia Caroline 
ROBERTS, Richard 
ROBERTS, Richard Humphery D 
ROBERTS, Rose Jane 
ROBERTS, Rosina 
ROBERTS, Vida Bell 

ROBERTSON, Elizabeth M 26 Apr 1 91 6 
ROBERTSON, Helen M 30 Jun 1 91 8 

ROBERTSON, Sheila Reneira 2 Sep 1922 
ROBINSON, Jean 
ROENISH, Rowan 
ROMBERG, Christina (Rosie) 
ROOS, Beverley 1 5 Jan 1 962 

ROOS, Deidre 1953 
ROOS, Lydia 25 Jul 1972 

ROOS, Tielman 14 Aug 1930 

ROOS, Yolande 28 Nov 1955 

ROSENWEIGH, Louise 
ROSS, David Alexander 1 5 Sep 1 969 
ROSS, Irene Jane 21 Aug 1968 

ROSS, Sheryllyn May 30 Oct 1966 

ROSS, Stewart Alexander 31 Oct 1940 
ROSS, Stewart James 1 7 Mar 1 965 

ROTHMAN, Carel Francois 12 Oct 1968 
ROTHMAN, Daniel Johannes 20 Jun 1974 
ROTHMAN, Daniel Johannes 30 Jun 1947 
ROTHMAN, Elizabeth C 26 May 1 946 
ROTHMAN, William George 25 Dec 1970 
RUBIDGE, Agnes , Abt1854 
RUBIDGE, Ernest Abt1858 
RUBIDGE, Florence 1857 
RUBIDGE, Herbert Abt1883 
RUBIDGE, Herbert Earl 1853 
RUBIDGE, Herbert Jones 1826 
RUBIDGE, Louisa 1851 
RUBIDGE, Mary Abt1881 
RUBIDGE, Mary Payne 1847 
RUBIDGE, Robert Henry 1852 
RUBIDGE, Sarah 1849 



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297 DEC BOARDMAN-9.8.6.4 

83 T Peter O'CONNOR-8221 2 

405 William LYNCH-x8.5.6 h 
389 Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 
394 John ROBERTS-8.5h 
389 Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 
525 Gillian Anne TODD-98351 2 
394 John ROBERTS-8.5h 
400 Margaret GORE-x8.5.2 w 
375 John H BOARDMAN-8.2.3 
404 J COCKRAN-X8.5.5 w 
394 John ROBERTS-8.5h 
409 Johanna VILGREN 
389 Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 

394 Judith J BOARDMAN-8.5 

395 Eliza DORMEHL-8.5.2w 
525 David ROBERTS-983512 h 
403 Edwin CARNEY-x8.5.4 h 
402 William HALL-x8.5.3 h 
389 Elizabeth L THOMAS-x8.5 
389 Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 
407 Alfred WILSON-x8.5.8 h 
372 H T BOARDMAN-8.2.2 

406 Henry CANDY-X8.5.7 h 
462 J A H BOARDMAN-9.8.9 
448 C H BOARDMAN-9.8.9.1 
257 P N BOARDMAN-81 .1 1 .31 

53 C H BOARDMAN-81 631 
252 John HOFFMAN-8.1 .1 1 .1 .2 
306 Albert J BOARDMAN-9.8.3.4 
171 Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h 
169 Tielman ROOS-82827h 
169 Tielman ROOS-82827h 

169 Ivy Doreen FRITZ-82827 

1 70 Nico OLWAGEN-828271 h 
498 Arthur John BEETON-9.4.3 
254 Stewart A ROSS-81. 11.21 h 
254 Stewart A ROSS-81. 11.21 h 
254 Stewart A ROSS-81. 11.21 h 
254 June FLOCKHART-81 .1 1 .2.1 
254 Stewart A ROSS-81. 11.21 h 
237 Daniel J ROTHMAN-82925h 
237 Daniel J ROTHMAN-82925h 
237 R Cory BOARDMAN-82925 
234 W J M BOARDMAN-82922 
237 Daniel J ROTHMAN-82925h 

33 Robert H RUBIDGE-1 .4.4 

16 MM SMUTS-1.4.7W 

14 Herbert J RUBIDGE-1. 4h 

16 Ernest RUBIDGE-1 .4.7 

14 Herbert J RUBIDGE-1 .4h 

14 Sophia Benison EARL-1.4 

1 4 Herbert J RUBIDGE-1 .4h 

16 Ernest RUBIDGE-1. 4.7 

1 4 Herbert J RUBIDGE-1 .4h 
33 Agnes RUBIDGE-1. 4.4W 

15 Peter MORKEL-1 .4.2h 



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/Bur 


v 


IvIRlN 


Spousej^ Parent or Child 


1.4.7.3 


RUBIDGE, Sophia 


Abt 1886 




P 


16 


Ernest RUBIDGE-1.4.7 


98341 w 


SADLER, Rebecca Johanna 






S 


307 


A Jl BOARDMAN-98341 


9861 5h 


SAUNDERS, Hamilton 






S 


292 


Maureen E BAILEY-98615 


9861 4w 


SAUNDERS, Sharon 






s 


291 


Desmond L BAILEY-98614 


81654W 


SCAWTHON, Priscilla Jane 


27 Aug 1942 




s 


62 


John BOARDMAN-81654 


816541 


SCAWTHON, Sarah Elf a 


11 Jul 1979 




p 


62 


John BOARDMAN-81654 


98935 


SCORGIE, Anthony Clarence 


3 Feb 1966 




s 


461 


Yvonne GOOSEN-98935w 


98933 


SCORGIE, Charmalne J 


30 May 1952 




s 


460 


J H MACDONALD-98933h 


9.8.9.3h 


SCORGIE, Oswald A 


21 Dec 1925 




s 


458 


J D BOARDMAN-9.8.9.3 


98931 


SCORGIE, Robert Clifford 


1 Nov 1948 


20 Mar 1951 


p 


458 


Oswald A SCORGIE-9.8.9.3h 


98934 


SCORGIE, Rozanna Elizabeth 




p 


458 


Oswald A SCORGIE-9.8.9.3h 


98932 




A Inn 1Q^n 




s 


459 


Allen B PHILLIPS-98932h 


142122W 








s 


41 


Rex MORKEL-142122 


81731h 




1 Ort 1 Q47 




s 


78 


H A BOARDMAN-81731 


817312 


•^FAf^AR 1 aiirpn Annp 


17 Ann 1Q7fi 




p 


78 


A E Dixon SEAGAR-81731h 


817311 


QFAr^AR KAam RHw/arH 


or> liil 1 QJA 
«JUI l<3 1 H 




p 


78 


A E Dixon SEAGAR-81731h 


828231 w 


QFIT7 Phorr\/l ParnI 


R Qpn 1 Qt^n 




s 


160 


N A PRETORIUS-828231 


82231 h 


QLJADP P\i-Mi/-ilae 

oiiMrir, Lfouyias 


1 Q Mn\/ 1 Q1 n 

1 y iNov 1 y 1 u 




s 


92 


F R BOARDMAN-82231 


96331 w 


cupi Ar^u 






s 


275 


STOKES-WALLER-96331 


81.11.5h 


QIFRFRT P4/->iinlQo ^^arr»llo 

oicDcri 1 , uouyias iviarcus 


^ \jc\ 1 y^ 1 




s 


263 


Vida BOARDMAN-81.11.5 


81.11.52w 


QIFRFRT lonnifor Ho \/nc 






s 


266 


VMDVSIEBERT-81. 11.52 


81.11.51 


QIFRFRT Potor Rnhin n\/ 


OA Fph 1Q47 




s 


264 


Pamela M STOTT-81 . 1 1 .51 w 


81.11.513 


QIFRFRT Rnhin lampc n\/ 


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1 D INUV 1 C7 / O 




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265 


Peter R D SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .51 


81.11.53 


QIFRFRT Qanrlra 1 niiico n\/ 
olCDCin 1 , OdllUid l_UUIoC L^V 


9 Fph 1 Qc;i 
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D Marcus SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .5h 


81.11.514 


QIFRFRT Qarah Annp nV 

OI^D^ril, Odidll r\i ll IC V 


14 III! 1QR1 

1 *T O Ul 1 C70 1 




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265 


Peter R D SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .51 


81.11.511 


QIFRFRT Qharrnn 1 niiicp PS\/ 

oiCDcn 1 , oiidriuii i_uuioc u v 


1 Fph 1 Q7n 
1 1 cu 1 y / u 




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264 


Peter R D SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .51 


81.11.512 


QIFRFRT Timnn\/-I pp HV 
olCDCii 1 , 1 llllvji ly Let; Uy 


1 7 Fph 1 Q77 
1 / 1 cu 1 y / / 




p 


265 


Peter R D SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .51 


81.11.52 


QIFRFRT X/ornnn ^^armle 

oicDFn 1 , vernon ividrcus u 


1 li in 1 Q4R 
1 D jun 1 y^fo 




s 


266 


J de Vos SIEBERT-81 .1 1 .52w 


01 .4 h 


olAolvll 1 n, naipn 


1 / / o 


1837 


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S BOARDMAN-01.4 


8271 32w 


oMMLiwv T r\, niana 


OO ^yla\/ 1 QRA 

C.C. iviay 1 yo'f 




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189 


Colin BOTHA-827132 


816812 


oMi 1 n, Aiaisiair 






p 


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Cameron SMITH-81681h 


81681h 


Q^^ITI-l Pamprnn 

oivii 1 n, Odmeron 






s 


67 


P MCCRANN-81681 


8.2.5.8h 


QMITH nnriQ 

OIVII 1 II, L./(Jllo 






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C G BOARDMAN-8.2.5.8 


142711 


QMITH jpnnifpr Q 

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Jean LA FITTE-14271 1h 


8271 2w 


QMITH Inpv 
OIVII 1 n, jvjcy 


PI III! 1 Q'^d. 




s 


185 


Norman REYNEKE-82712 


816811 


QMITH 1 anian 
OIVII 1 n, UdLJIdll 






p 


67 


Cameron SMITH-81681h 


825422 


QMITH 1 pinh Alinp 
OIVII 1 n, L.ciyii MIIOC 


1 1 Mnv 1 Qfift 

1 1 INUV 1 ^UO 




p 


107 


Pierre G SMITH-82542h2 


9.6 w 


QMITH Maria 
OIVII 1 n, ividiid 


Aht 1 R^n 




s 


379 


John C BOARDMAN-9.6 


2.6w2 


QMITH Marv Ann 
OIVII in, widi y rAi II 1 




27 Jun 1907 


s 


444 


Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 


82542h2 


QMITH Piprrp r5rantlp\/ 
OIVII 1 n, 1 iciic vjiidiiucy 






s 


107 


Mary F KEOWN-82542 


816813 


QMITH Pinna 
OIVII 1 n, r ippd 






p 


67 


Cameron SMITH-81681h 


82541 1w2 


Q^/IITH Ra\/annp RiithprfnrH 
OIVII 1 rn, ridydi II ic riuiiidivjiu 






s 


103 


Robin C DIMMOCK-825411 


14271h 


SMITH, Seymour 






s 


20 


Jean FYNN-14271 


825423 


SMITH, Shaun Wilfred 


13 Sep 1968 




p 


107 


Pierre G SMITH-82542h2 


5h 


SMITH, William 


1792 




s 


367 


Margaret BOARDMAN-5 


825.11.1.3 


SMITHEN, Andrew Arthur 


17 Apr 1952 




s 


127 


Rene L MUNDELL-825.11.1.3 


825.11.1.? 


SMITHEN, Son 






p 


127 


A Arthur SMITHEN-825.1 1 .1 .3 


1 .4.7W 


SMUTS, Maria (Minnie) 


Abt 1860 




s 


16 


Ernest RUBIDGE-1 .4.7 


9.8 w 


SOLMON, Bertha 






s 


380 


G H BOARDMAN-9.8 


1.4.2.1W 


SOUTHEY, Alice 


Abt 1875 




s 


17 


Arthur R MORKEL-1 .4.2.1 


9.8.3.6h 


SPANN, Thomas 






s 


428 


B C BOARDMAN-9.8.3.6 


9.4.1.4 h 


SPRY, H.C.V.D 


Abt 1885 


18 Jun 1954 


s 


495 


Jessie E BEETON-9.4.1 .4 


82921 w 


SQUIRE, Maurine 


12 Apr 1941 




s 


232 


L W M BOARDMAN-82921 


983522 


STAFFORD, Collette Gay 


25 Jul 1964 




s 


530 


Peter E PAGE-983522 h 


983525 


STAFFORD, Gary Ivan 


12 Mar 1977 




p 


528 


Ivan C STAFFORD-98352 h 


983521 


STAFFORD, Glenda Lynn 


25 May 1961 




s 


529 


Rodney L JAMES-983521 h 


98352 h 


STAFFORD, Ivan Campbell 


12 Apr 1940 




s 


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STAFFORD Justinp .Inv 


OC |i in 1 QCV 
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532 


983523 


STAFFORD Karpn Patriria 


1 Q Mar 1 QRfi 
1 3 IVIai 1 v7DD 




o 


531 


82723W 


STANLEY Lvnette Nanrv 






o 
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196 


963521 


STAUFFER Bemadine 

1 I 1 1 1 J L^X^I 1 1 Civil 1 1 W 


1 tJO 1 




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STAUFFER Jean 






o 
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963522 


STAUFFER ThpnHnrti 






P 


283 


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STEYN Elton Lnuic; 






p 


167 


828261 h 


STEYN, Louis Matthys 


27 Jan 1 Q^Ci 

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7 Awn 1 Q77 




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142141W 


STOBART, Pat 




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STOHR, Kevin 






o 
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300 


963313 


STOKES-WALLER, Augusta 


5 Jun 1964 




o 
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96332 


STOKES-WALLER, C Maude 


6 Apr 1922 




o 
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963311 


STOKES-WALLER, Edmund Allan 1 949 




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STOKES-WALLER, Favard J D30 Jul 1920 




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D 

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STOKES-WALLER, William P E7 Oct 1896 


1 o Jun 1 943 


S 


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STOREY Jpanpttp Kathlppn 






o 


417 


81.11.51w 


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o 


264 


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STREET Hannah 


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STUBBS F<?monH 






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c 
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SUMMER'^ON rhri<?tinp 


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SUMMERSON Evan 


ividy 1 yoo 




D 

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SUMMERSON Ian 


1 II in 1 0*^9 




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SWART Anna M^iri;^ nornpli^i 

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TARKINGTON Marv 

1 txi II \i 1 \^ 1 1 » J 1 V icii y 






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2.6.6.1 


TAYLOR, Arthur Dixon 




<iu JUI 1 y / y 


D 

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A A IT 

445 




TAYLOR, Arthur Nicholls 


2 Nov 1 870 


1 yj oep 1 yoo 


c 
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44o 


2.6.6.6 


TAYLOR, Clarence Dixon 


1 1 May 1 909 


r 


A A C 

445 


2.6.6.3 


TAYLOR, Elton LeRoy 


22 Jun 1900 


1 / Dec 1 992 


P 


445 


2.6.6.4 


TAYLOR, Henry Dixon 


22 Nov 1903 


24 Feb 1 987 


P 


445 


2.6.6.2 


TAYLOR, Lynn Dixon 


6 May 1898 


O li «l H r\£^'^ 

d Jul 1 967 


P 


445 


2.6.6.7 


TAYLOR, Orson Kenneth 


3 Nov 1913 


o 1 1 y4U 


D 

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445 


2.6.6.8 


TAYLOR, Ruth Elaine 


20 Mar 1917 




D 

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THIART, Annie 






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THOMAS, Caroline Francis 


26 Nov 1841 




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20 Oct 1869 




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413 


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THOMAS, Conrad Miguel 


22 Oct 1 959 




b 


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THOMAS, Edward Ivanhoe W 


9 Feb 1879 


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THOMAS, Eliza Jane 


22 Apr 1 844 




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THOMAS, Elizabeth Letitia 


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THOMAS, Emma 


28 Feb 1839 




S 


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THOMAS, Ernest Humphry 


15 Jan 1872 




S 


414 


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THOMAS, Etheline Blanche 


28 Dec 1874 




s 


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X8.4.6 


THOMAS, Florence Mabel E 


28 Jul 1883 




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Scott G MILLAR-983523 h 
W C BOARDMAN-82723 
Jean STAUFFER-96352h 
Estelle BOARDMAN-96352 
Jean STAUFFER-96352h 
Louis M STEYN-828261 h 
Carol Lugene UYS-828261 
Louis M STEYN-828261 h 
Ciive MORKEL-142141 
Charmain E WORST-98653 
Wanwick DORNING-963313h 
L G MITCHELL-96332h 
STOKES-WALLER-96331 
SHELAGH-96331W 
STOKES-WALLER-96331 
P B M BOARDMAN-9.6.3.3 
Frederick J FRITZ-82825 
Peter R D SIEBERT-81.1 1.51 
TBOARDMAN-01.51 
C E BOARDMAN-01.5122 
Esmond STUBBS-01.5122 h 
Esmond STUBBS-01.5122 h 
S M BOARDMAN-01.51273 
D B BOARDMAN-8.1.7.3 
Ian SUMMERSON-81661h 
Ian SUMMERSON-81661h 
Colleen D DE LACY-81661 
J A H BOARDMAN-9.8.9 
Petrus SWART-98941 h 
Petrus SWART-98941 h 
Karen HAGER-98941 
D W BOARDMAN-81721 
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Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Maria Louise DIXON-2.6.6 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR 
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James TH0MAS-x8.f 
Philip W BOARDMAN-8.1 
Susanah PERVY-x8.4.1 w 
J Dawn AUBREY-9411322 
James THOMAS-x8.4 
Charles L BEAMISH-x8.3 h 
James TH0MAS-x8.f 
Richard ROBERTS-x8.5 h 
William J BOARDMAN-8.2 
L NAUDE-X8.4.2 w 
Ernest R 0'RORKE-x8.4.3 h 
William Quine HACK-x8.4.6 h 



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Born Died 



in 




/onr 


/Ri ir 

/Dur 




iviriiiN 


opouse, rarent or oniio 


81621h 


THOMAS, Garfield 






8 


50 


CG C BOARDMAN-81621 


816212 


THOMAS, Glen 


4 Jun 1951 




P 


50 


Garfield THOMAS-81621h 


x8 h2 


THOMAS, Humphry 


1812 


18 Jan 1848 


S 


383 


Jane S HOLDER-8w2 


x8.5f 


THOMAS, Isiah 






P 


382 


James TH0MAS-x8.f 


x8.4 


THOMAS, James 


22 May 1846 




S 


388 


Caroline A HARVEY-x8.4 w 


x8.6f 


THOMAS, James 




1887 


P 


382 


James TH0MAS-x8.f 


x8.f 


THOMAS, James 


1790 




S 


382 


Mary LESHEY 


X8.4.5 


THOMAS, James Evelen 


9 Sep 1800 




P 


388 


James THOMAS-x8.4 


x8.1f 


THOMAS, Jane 






p 


382 


James TH0MAS-x8.f 


x8.9f 


THOMAS, John 






p 


382 


James TH0MAS-x8.f 


x8.7f 


THOMAS, Mary Ann 






p 


382 


James TH0MAS-x8.f 


816211 


THOMAS, Vivian 


10 Jan 1948 




p 


50 


Garfield THOMAS-81621h 


82841 W 


THOMPSON, Elizabeth M 


8 Jun 1938 




s 


174 


A F BOARDMAN-82841 


9.4.1.5 w 


THOMPSON, Lily Barbara 


1 Oct 1894 


11 Aug 1966 


s 


496 


Ernest E BEETON-9.4.1 .5 


04.4 w 


THOMSON, Alice 






s 


370 


Thomas BOARDMAN-04.4 


1421 2w 


THORNE, Ann 






8 


39 


Reggie MORKEL-14212 


81.11.41 


THORNHILL, Gillian Alice 






8 


262 


Peter VHALLUMS-81.1 1.41 


1.5.1.4 h 


THORNTON, Reginald 






8 


520 


Porter F RHODES-1.5.1.4 


983524 h 


TINDLE, Paul William 


10 Dec 1984 




8 


532 


J Joy STAFFORD-983524 


9835131 


TODD, Angela Shae 


28 Dec 1984 




P 


527 


Roy MULLINS-983513 h 


983513 


TODD, Carolyne Jayne 


23 Dec 1964 




8 


527 


Roy MULLINS-983513 h 


98351 


TODD, Douglas Clifford 


27 Oct 1940 




8 


524 


Angela RICE-98351 w 


983512 


TODD, Gillian Anne 


20 Nov 1963 




8 


525 


David ROBERTS-983512 h 


9835122 


TODD, Kimberley A. 


1 Jul 1986 . 




P 


525 


David ROBERTS-983512 h 


983511 


TODD, Michael Clifford 


31 Dec 1961 




P 


524 


Douglas C TODD-98351 


983514 


TODD, Michelle 


17 Mar 1969 




S 


526 


PCUNNINGTON-983514h 


9.8.3.5h 


TODD, Robert 






S 


427 


Violet R BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 


98352 


TODD, Valerie Violet 


23 Mar 1944 


20 Jul 1 994 


S 


528 


Ivan C STAFFORD-98352 h 


81622h 


TONDER, Jan Van 






S 


52 


Ann C BOARDMAN-81622 


816221 


TONDER, Vicky Van 


14 Nov 1968 




P 


52 


Jan Van TONDER-81622h 


82571 h 


TORIEN, John 






S 


418 


Y BOARDMAN-82571 


1.4.2.5h 


TOWNSEND, 


Abt 1880 




S 


18 


Olive MORKEL-1. 4.2.5 


14256 


TOWNSEND, Atherton 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


14251 


TOWNSEND, Clare 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


14254 


TOWNSEND, Elaine 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


14253 


TOWNSEND, Guy (Bobby) 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


14252 


TOWNSEND, Vernon 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


14255 


TOWNSEND, Wendy 






P 


18 


TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h 


98451 w 


TROSKY, Annetjie 






s 


477 


Claude D WECKE-98451 


82541 2h 


TURISAN, Onelia Taverna 


3 Feb 1949 




s 


104 


Helen C DIMMOCK-825412 


82821 1w2 


TURNER, Gloria Carol 


14 Feb 1944 




s 


153 


Stanley FRITZ-828211 


8282622 


UYS, ALLISON Chantal 


15 Oct 1985 




P 


168 


John Derek UYS-828262 


8282621 


UYS, Bridget Anna 


18 Nov 1981 




P 


168 


John Derek UYS-828262 


828261 


UYS, Carol Lugene 


15 Apr 1952 




s 


167 


Louis M STEYN-828261h 


828262 


UYS, John Derek 


4 Jan 1 954 




s 


168 


Brenda Dawn BIJL-828262w 


82826h 


UYS, Siebert 


6 Nov 1928 


4 Sep 1983 


s 


166 


Sybil FRITZ-82826 


8.2.7.2W 


V.D. WESTHUIZEN, M 


30 Jul 1902 




s 


190 


Philip T BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 


8281 4w2 


VAN DER BERG, Elaine Hughes 




s 


143 


H H BOARDMAN-82814 


82846W 


VAN NICKERK, Petronella K 


26 Mar 1954 




s 


177 


C H BOARDMAN-82846 


8276211 


VAN NIEKERK, Chantel 


25 Jun 198 




P 


217 


W VAN NIEKERK-827621 


8.2.7.6h 


VAN NIEKERK, Jan Albert 


4 Nov 1906 


6 Apr 1970 


s 


211 


Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 


82763 


VAN NIEKERK, Jan Albert 1 


3 Feb 1952 




s 


218 


Elize KRAUNAUW-82763W 


827624 


VAN NIEKERK, Mary-Ann 


10 Aug 1971 




p 


216 


W VAN NIEKERK-82762 


827622 


VAN NIEKERK, Maureen 


19 Nov 1964 




p 


216 


W VAN NIEKERK-82762 


827623 


VAN NIEKERK, Olga 


29 Dec 1969 




p 


216 


W VAN NIEKERK-82762 


82761 


VAN NIEKERK, Sheila 


24 Oct 1935 




s 


212 


1 A J MALHERBE-82761h 


82762 


VAN NIEKERK, William Olan 


28 Apr 1939 




s 


216 


Anna NEL-82762w 


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ID 



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/Chr 



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827621 

825.11.1.1 

984431 

98441 

98443 

98442 

9.8.4.4h 

984433 

984432 

8281 2w2 

828442 

828441 

82844H 

828443 

8.2.2.2W 

8.2.8.1W 

822323h 

8272112 

8272111 

82721 1h 

984422 

98442h 

984421 

984423 . 

98344W 

9.8.9.5W 

82951 w 

2.1.3.2h 

21321 

213212 

213211 

213113W 

825.11. 1h 

825.11.3.3 

825.11.3 

825.11.3.2 

825.11.3.1 

825.11.4 

825.1 1.h2 

827421 h 

9.4.1.2 w 

828232h 

8282322 

8282321 

98442 1w 

8.1.7.2W 

2.1.2.2h 

81.11.3111 

81.11.311h 

81.11.3113 

81.11.3112 

96321 1h 

9632111 

9.8.4.5h 

98451 

984534 

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VAN NIEKERK, William Olan 
VAN RENSBURG, 
VAN RENSBURG, Elfrieda J 30 Sep 1971 
VAN RENSBURG, Elsa J. 1 5 Jan 1 946 
VAN RENSBURG, Jacobus F J 9 Oct 1949 
VAN RENSBURG, Johanna M J8 Mar 1947 
VAN RENSBURG, J F Janse 2 Nov 1 924 
VAN RENSBURG, Linda J. 
VAN RENSBURG, Vanette J 
VAN ROOYEE, Lena 
VAN ROOYEN, Aletta 
VAN ROOYEN, Anita E 
VAN ROOYEN, Cornelius 
VAN ROOYEN, Roolf Petrus 
VAN ROYN, Johanna Adrianna 
VAN WYK, Maggie 
VAN ZYL, Martinus Johannes 
VANDER MERWE, Andre N 
VANDER MERWE, Louis Ml 
VANDER MERWE, Louis M 
VENTER, Andre 
VENTER, Josias Johannes 
VENTER, Kenneth 
VENTER, Raymond 
VERMAAK, Monica Zophia 
VERMEULEN, Ann 
VERMEULEN, Elsa 
VEYSIE, Clifford 
VEYSIE, Donald Clifford 
: VEYSIE, Ian William 
VEYSIE, Michael Clifford 
VILGREN, Johanna 
VILJOEN, Annett 
VILJOEN, Johannes H 
VOS, Deidre 
VOS, James 
VOS, Jennifer 
VOS, Kevin 
VOS, Lorraine 
VOS, Sam 
WADE, 

WAHL, Magdalena 
WALSH, Sean Kevin 
WALSH, Shannon 
WALSH, Tracey 
WALTER, Erica Colleen 
WANDRAS, Johanna Alida 
WEAKLEY, Clarence 
WEATHERHEAD, Dusty Lee 
WEATHERHEAD, Geoffrey 
WEATHERHEAD, Krystai 
WEATHERHEAD, Rhyn 
WEBSTER, Cliff 
WEBSTER, Sharon 
WECKE, Charles Edward 
WECKE, Claude Dalton 
WECKE, David Robert 

Quest''''^ 



MRIN Spouse. Parent or Child 



1 Jul 1982 
11 Apr 1978 

23 Apr 1959 
25 Mar 1958 
10 Sep 1935 
18 May 1962 



12 Dec 1982 
21 Nov 1980 
18 Apr 1955 
2 Dec 1 968 

25 Jun 1943 
12 Feb 1967 

8 Mar 1971 

May 1 949 

8 Sep 1892 
17 May 1930 
20 Apr 1959 

5 Nov 1 957 

26 Jun 1959 
19 Aug 1921 



20 Mar 1985 

24 Mar 1884 
22 Jul 1929 

25 Jan 1981 
16 Apr 1977 
29 Jul 1970 

10 Nov 1920 

10 Nov 1977 
1 4 Mar 1 940 

12 Nov 1985 

3 Aug 1 980 

1918 

4 Apr 1972 

13 Feb 1925 
26 Sep 1947 

14 Apr 1979 



3 Dec 1949 



S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
P 
P 
S 
P 
P 

s 

p 

s 

s 

s 

p 

p 

s 

s 

s 

s 

p 

s 

s 

s 

s 

s 

s 

p 

s 

s 

s 

p 

s 

p 

p 

p 

s 

s 

s 

s 

p 

p 

s 

s 

s 

p 

s 

p 

p 

s 

p 

s 

s 

p 



217 
124 
481 
473 
475 
474 
472 
475 
475 
140 
175 
175 
175 
175 
89 
139 
96 
192 
192 
192 
480 
474 
479 
474 
435 
467 
241 
320 
321 
447 
321 
409 
10 
121 
130 
130 
130 
130 
120 
120 
222 
493 
161 
161 
161 
479 
71 
322 
258 
258 
258 
258 
274 
274 
476 
477 
486 



BEZUIDENHOUDT-827621 w 
Vivian J MUNDELL-825.1 1.1. 
Robert J HOLDEN-984431h 
Johannes P BOTHA-98441h 
E F GOUWS-98443W 
Josias J VENTER-98442h 
Doreen L HAMILTON-9.8.4.4 
J VAN RENSBURG-98443 
J VAN RENSBURG-98443 
H H BOARDMAN-8.2.8.1 
C VAN ROOYEN-82844H 
C VAN ROOYEN-82844H 
D E BOARDMAN-82844 
C VAN ROOYEN-82844H 
H D BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 
H H BOARDMAN-8.2.8.1 
F Hazel KRUGER-8223223 
VANDER MERWE-827211h 
VANDER MERWE-827211h 
C Ann BOARDMAN-82721 1 
Rencha BOSCH-984422w 
J VAN RENSBURG-98442 
Erica C WALTER-984421w 
Josias J VENTER-98442h 
Noel V BOARDMAN-98344 
G A BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 
Guy BOARDMAN-82951 
D V MC DONALD-2.1.3.2 
Pamela M PERRY-21321w 
Deborah HORNE-213212w 
Donald C VEYSIE-21321 
George Clifford ROBERTS 
O H RADFORD-213113 
Thora F MURRAY-825.1 1.1 
James VOS-825.11.3 
Susan BRISSON-825.1 1 .3w 
James VOS-825.11.3 
James VOS-825.11.3 
Sam VOS-825.11.h2 
M M BOARDMAN-8.2.5.11. 
J Anne WILLIAMS-827421 
C Henry A BEETON-9.4.1.2 
Colleen E OCHSE-828232 
Sean K WALSH-828232h 
Sean K WALSH-828232h 
Kenneth VENTER-984421 
L Grey BOARDMAN-8.1 .7.2 
Violet A HARTMAN-2.1 .2.2 
WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 1 h 
S A BOARDMAN-81. 11.311 
WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 1 h 
WEATHERHEAD-81 .1 1 .31 1 h 
Isobel Mary KOCH-96321 1 
Cliff WEBSTER-963211h 
G Patsy HAMILTON-9.8.4.5 
Annetjie TROSKY-98451w 
John C WECKE-98453 



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lU 


iName 


Born 
/unr 


Died 
/DUr 


V 


iVInllN 


1 1 1 
opousG, rarent or uniia 


98454 


WECKE, Dereck Francis 


22 Mar 1954 


4 Feb 1957 


P 


476 


Charles E WECKE-9.8.4.5h 


98452 


WECKE, Joan Patricia 


2 Jan 1950 




S 


485 


R BRASSINGTON-98452h 


984531 


WECKE, John Andrew 


13 Mar 1973 




P 


486 


John C WECKE-98453 


98453 


WECKE, John Coates 


14 Jan 1951 




8 


486 


Joy C. DOYLE-98453W 


984532 


WECKE, Richard Michael 


19 Mar 1975 




P 


486 


John C WECKE-98453 


984533 


WECKE, Sally Anne 


23 Feb 1977 




P 


486 


John C WECKE-98453 


8.1.2.2W 


WHAL, Lilian 






S 


410 


Hugh F P MALLET-8.1.2.2 


213151 w 


WHITECROSS, Beverly Ann 


8 Jan 1961 




S 


3 


Mark G RADFORD-213151 


21315W 


WHYTE, June Marie 


28 Jun 1931 




S 


319 


M D RADFORD-21315 


01.512 w 


WIDDOWS, Mary Jane 


1850 


1922 


s 


348 


James BOARDMAN-01.512 


963322h 


WILCOCKS, Derick 


24 Feb 1954 




s 


279 


C M MITCH ELL-963322 


9633221 


WILCOCKS, Derick 1 


17 Oct 1979 




P 


279 


Derick WILCOCKS-963322h 


9633222 


WILCOCKS, Jolene M 


25 Nov 1981 




P 


279 


Derick WlLCOCKS-963322h 


989222 


WILEY, Heloise 


9 Jul 1975 




P 


456 


Roderick E WILEY-98922h 


989221 


WILEY, Lizelle 


25 Nov 1973 




P 


456 


Roderick E WILEY-98922h 


98922h 


WILEY, Roderick Edward 


28 Mar 1947 




s 


456 


A ENGELBRECHT-98922 


82742h 


WILLIAMS, Albert Edward 


11 Nov 1930 




8 


221 


Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 


82721 3h 


WILLIAMS, Glen David 


2 Dec 1956 




S 


193 


S Lou BOARDMAN-827213 


827423 


WILLIAMS, Heather Lee 


13 May 1964 




S 


224 


Derek John BOYD-827423h 


827421 


WILLIAMS, Jennifer Anne 


21 Dec 1957 




S 


222 


WADE-827421h 


142123W 


WILLIAMS, Joan 






8 


42 


David MORKEL-142123 


8272132 


WILLIAMS, Karmen D 


9 Aug 1985 




P 


193 


Glen D WILLIAMS-827213h 


96312 


WILLIAMS, Maurine 






8 


271 


R Dell BOARDMAN-96312 


8272131 


WILLIAMS, Nikkie Lou 


14 Jul 1980 




P 


193 


Glen D WILLIAMS-827213h 


827422 


WILLIAMS, Wendy Jane 


30 Mar 1961 




8 


223 


Bruce PITT-827422h 


98341 2w 


WILLOWS, Lydia 






S 


309 


D J BOARDMAN-983412 


X8.5.8 h 


WILSON, Alfred 






S 


407 


Rose J ROBERTS-X8.5.8 


82221 h 


WINEARLS, 






8 


90 


Sheila BOARDMAN-82221 


82221 1 


WINEARLS, Christopher 






P 


90 


WINEARLS-82221h 


822212 


WINEARLS, Harold 








90 


WINEARLS-82221h 


822213 


WINEARLS, William 






P 


90 


WINEARLS-82221h 


213142 


WINTER, Anthony Michael 


16 Jul 1959 




S 


7 


Rita Dawn HEIN-213142w 


21314h 


WINTER, James Godrey H 


9 Jul 1930 




S 


318 


Y Beryl RADFORD-21314 


2131421 


WINTER, Melissa Dawn 


16 Jul 1985 




P 


7 


Anthony M WINTER-213142 


213141 


WINTER, Meryl Marjorie 


16 May 1957 




S 


5 


T Alfred S BUBB-213141h 


2131423 


WINTER, Michael Adam 


16 Sep 1992 




P 


7 


Anthony M WINTER-213142 


2131422 


WINTER, Shanna Marie 


15 Jul 1987 




p 


7 


Anthony M WINTER-213142 


213143 


WINTER, Wendy Margaret 


4 Jan 1961 




s 


446 


Craig K MONK-213143h 


01.512 w 


WOOD, Ellen Ann 






s 


343 


James BOARDMAN-01.512 


01.511 w 


WOOD, Mary Ann 


1845 


1887 


s 


342 


Ellis C BOARDMAN-01. 511 


04.5 h 


WOODWORTH, Charles 






s 


371 


Ellen BOARDMAN-04.5 


986112 


WOR, Donald 






p 


288 


Ken WOR-9861 1 h 


9861 1 1 


WOR, Jennifer 






p 


288 


Ken WOR-9861 1h 


9861 1h 


WOR, Ken 






s 


288 


Shirley Jean BAILEY-9861 1 


986114 


WOR, Peter 






p 


288 


Ken WOR-9861 1h 


986113 


WOR, Trevor 






p 


288 


Ken WOR-9861 1 h 


9.8.6.5h 


WORST, Barend Gerrit 






s 


298 


Enid 1 BOARDMAN-9.8.6.5 


98653 


WORST, Charmain Enid 


1958 




s 


300 


Kevin STOHR-98653h 


98652 


WORST, David Charles 






p 


298 


Barend G WORST-9.8.6.5h 


98651 


WORST, Michael John 


1952 




s 


299 


Jane Ann -98651 w 


8.2.8.5h 


WOTHERSPOON, John Hill 


7 Apr 1911 


18 Oct 1975 


s 


178 


Ada J BOARDMAN-8.2.8.5 


82851 


WOTHERSPOON, Kenneth N 6 Aug 1935 


24 Apr 1980 


p 


178 


J WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h 


1421 1h2 


WRIGHT, Graham Fenwick 






s 


35 


Rhoda MORKEL-14211 


8.2.5 w 


WYATT, Frances Emily 


1870 




s 


373 


James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 


8281 7w 


ZEELIE, Leone 


19 Apr 1958 




s 


147 


D M BOARDMAN-82817 



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following page for an explanation 
of the ID numbers used on this list only 



483 



EXPLANATION OF FAMILY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 



The family identification number is a simple way of being able to 
look at any of the names of Henry Aldous Dixon's posterity and by the 
identification number assigned to this individual, immediately de- 
termine which of the sixteen children they descend from. It will also 
show if they are of the first, second, third or so, generation and where 
they fit into each family according to date of birth. 

As an example: 

13.112 is the I. D. No. of JAMES HAROLD MC EWAN. 

13. (I. D. No. ) The 13th child ofH.A. Dixon is Parley Smith. 

13.1 (I. D.No.) is Parley's oldest child Vernon. 

13.11 (I. D. No. ) is Vernon's oldest child, Lois. 

13.112 (I. D. No, ) is Lois' 2nd oldest child James Harold. 

Or: 

2142 (I. D.No.) is assigned to KAY DIXON. 

2 (I. D. No. ) is John DeGrey Dixon, 2nd child of Henry A. Dixon. 
21 (I. D.No.) is the oldest child of John DeGrey Dixon, who is 

Henry Aldous Dixon II 
214 (I.D.No.)is John Aldous Dixon, 4th child of Henry Aldous 

Dixon II. 

2142 (I. D.No.) is Kay Dixon, 2nd child of John Aldous Dixon. 
Or: 

16.10.2 is the I. D. No. of KYLE DEGREY CHRISTENSEN. 
16. (I. D.No.) is Arnold Dixon, the 16th child of Henry Aldous 
Dixon. 

16.10 (I. D.No.) is the 10th child of Arnold Dixon, Doris Ann. 
16.10.2 (I.D. No.) is Kyle DeGrey Christensen, 2nd child of 
Doris Ann Dixon Christensen. 



484 



D Ixon 
I.D. No. 



ADAiMS 
11. 92 h Kenneth Brent 
Kenneth Dixon 
Laura Ann 
Susan Dixon 
AIKELE 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 

I.D. No. 
10.4 



11. 921 
11 . 922 
1 1. Q2 



Fomtl y Pho t o 
Ileimii Ph i o ta 

7422 Shaunty Maja 

742 William Eugene 

ALVEY 

1 3.5232 Andrew Arthur 

1 3. 5231 Ann Marie 

13. 523 h Bruce 

1 3.5233 Douglas Byron 

13.5234 Katrina Michelle 

1 3. 523 Terry Laws 

ANDERSON 

631 2 w Annette Buffo 

14.414 Brians. 

14.41.10 Bruce Summerhays 
14.419 Caroline 

14.418 Catherine 

11.61 Carol Leslie (Hipp) 

14.413 Clair S. 

14.416 Clyde Summerhays 

14.415 Colleen (Stokes) 

14. 41 2 Craig S. 

14.41.11 David Summerhays 
1 1 . 6 h Dean Albert 

14.417 Janae 
6314 Jed Taylor 
631 Julia Taylor 

14.414 w Karen Amato Be ve ridge 
6313 Kennen ( Bandley ) 

631 h Kenneth R. 

6311 Kristine (Bandley) 
14.413 w Linda Stokes 
14.411 Lynette ( Engle ) 
63121 Mandi Alese 

11.62 Michael Albert 
14.41 h Raymond G. 
14.41 12 Sara 

14.41 Sarah Summerhays 

6312 Scott Taylor 

14.4141 Shane Raymond 

14.4142 Tiara Lynn 
14.4131 Tori 

11.6 Vera Dixon 



ANDREWS 

-Alice Delenna Dixon 



F a mily Ph a ts i 
Wrim i i Bkotii i 



743 


Bonnie Ann ( Cornish ) 


10. 


41 


Charlene ( Peppinger ) 


7421 


Eric Allen 


10. 


43 


Dixie Lee ( Paden ) 


74 h 


Hyrum 


10. 


42 


Jeanne Katherine Truxal 




ghota 


10. 


,44 


Joseph Dixon 


741 


Hyrum D . 


10. 


, 4 


Robert Bruce 


742 w 


Irene Svensen 








74 


Mary Dixon 


10. 


.42 


Robert Dale 
ARMSTRONG 




M>fftnriir 


52 


h 


Anthon H . 



521 
52 



Mary Doris 
Nancy McConachie 



Fimilijf Phnto 
Hnmn Phntn 

AUSTIN 
1 3.435 JuUe Ann 

1 3.436 Keith 
1 3.433 Michael Reed 

13.43 h Richard M. 
1 3. 434 Richard Scott 

13.432 Sandra Kay 

1 3. 431 Shauna Dee 

13.43 Sherrie Lillie DLxon 

BALLIF 

12.42 Barbara (Olson)(Wade ) 

12.431 Becky Jean (Garner) 

12.432 Brian Scott 
12.4121 Brittany Kay 
12.434 Bryce Dixon 

12.412 w Carolee Christensen 
12.4111 Chelsea 

12.433 Debra Ann 
12. 4 Edna Dixon 

IliJtffli f 

g amity Bhntr 

H a mo Ph a t ai 

12.413 Jan 

12.41 w Kay Anderson 

12.411 w Linda Marie Towers 
12.41 Mark Dixon 

12.412 Mark Gordon 
12.4 h Mark Squires 

^^^^^^ 

12.411 Michael Edward 

1 2. 43 Scott Walter 

12.43 w Sherma Nancy Craven 

BAKER 
13.741 Andrew Jayson 

1 3. 742 Daniel Joseph 

1 3. 74 Judy Dixon 

13.74 h Robert Daniel 



485 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H, 



A. DIXON 



i. D. No. 



6 313 
63] ] 
63] 3 
6311 
631 3 
631 1 

13. 6 



1 3. 61 w 
1 3. 62 w 



BAND LEY 
Fred 

Je remiah Ph ill ip 
Kennen Anderson 
Kristine Anderson 
Nicholas Edward 
Phillip Bench 
BARRETT 
■^•""i nirnn 
Phot a- 
^ ■ n.r 

""^ '1 y Ph nt n 

Carol Roundy 
Cynthia Gordon 



13.61! 


Jackie Kim 


1 3. 6 h 


John Byron 




PhuLu 


13.621 


John Michael 


13. 615 


Kandie Lee 


13.613 


Kristine f Harward ) 


13. 612 


Lewis Kevin 


13. 62 w 


LindaDee Urvina 


13. 622 


Melissa Dawn 


13. 62 


Michael Wayne 


13.6111 


Rusty Lee 


13. 6112 


Ryan Kim 


13. 61 w 


Sandra Good 


13. 61 


Shirl Jack 


13.611 w Tracy Lynn Jensen 


13. 614 


Veda Kay Lynn 


13. 62 w 


Vicki A. 




BECKER 


8552 


Benjamin Mark 


855 


Cheryl Ann Dixon 


8551 


Jonathan Lloyd 


855 h 


Mark Stanley 




BELBACK 


16. 921 


Crystal 


16. 92 h 


Don 


16. 92 


Michele Dixon 




BELL 


2114 h 


John Dalton 


21241 


Mary MeUissa 


21 14 


Sylvia Shaw 




BEYERS 


11. 21 h 


James Lawrence 


11. 212 


Johanna 


11. 213 


Katherine Norma 


11. 211 


Marrissa Suzanne 


11.21 


Sharon Lynn Tangren 




BIGELOW 


8225 


Ambe r 


8221 1 


Brand ie Lee 


8221 


Brent R. 


82231 


Camille 


8221 w 


Carol Ann Sutton 


8224 


Cindy ( Gunter ) 


82212 


Cody Rex 


8222 


Elaine (NicoI)(Martinez) 


8223 


Glen M, 


82232 


Leslie Amber 



I.D. No. 

822 
822 h 
822 3 w 

752 

7513 
7511 
7512 
7551 
755 w 
75 h 

753 
75 



754 
751 w 

755 
751 

72 h 

722 w 

7212 

7216 

7214 

7223 

722 

721 1 

721 

7222 

721 w 
7215 

722 w 

721 3 

722 w 
72 



BIGELOW 

Lois Amber Ford 
Rex 

Vickie Lee Davis 
BJORKLUND 

Barbara Gail ( Meyers ) 

Bobbi Joan 

Cindy 

Debbie 

Deena 

Diane 

Erling T. 

Gloria Faye ' Nichols ) 
Harriett Faye Dixon 



■ Homo PKo t Q . 

Janet Marie ( Machado ) 

Pat Nicholes 

Richard Erling 

Robe rt Gary 
BOOTH 

Albert Warren (Photo) 213 

Carrie Hendricksen 

Cathe r ine 

Christianne 

Cynthia 
Gary Lee 
Gary Lynn 
Gordon David 
Gordon Dixon 
Gregory 

June Phoebe Erskine 
Michael Thomas 
Sherry Ann Gaudio 
Stephen M. 
Tawn Lee 
Vesta Dixon 

H i r t n ryi 



7221 


Warren Lynn 


2113 h 


BORDEAUX, Will 




BOREN 


13. 521 


Cynthia Laws 


8511 


David 


8513 


Elisabeth 


13. 5213 


Emily Kay 


1 3. 5214 


J oshua Kenneth 


13. 52 h 


Kenneth 


851 


Marjorie Jean Dixon 


8512 


Michael 


851 h 


Robert Reed 


8514 


Stephen Ralph 




BOS HARD 


8113 w 


Andrea Stubbs 


81 h 


Arnold 






812 


Arnold Bliss 



486 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 


BOSHARD 


I.D. No. 


CAxNNON 


8113 


Arnold Von HoUen 


2153 


Kristen Dixon 


8112 


Beverly Ann ( Wakefield ) 


2151 


Lucile Dixon 


8121 


Gary Blis s 


2152 


Mark Dijcon 


81111 


Clifford Dean 


215 h 


Mark W. 


81112 


Dallas Nelson 


215 


Ruth Dixon 


811 


Dean D ixon 




CARROL 


Bin w 


Dianne Nelson 


1 3. 5261 


Berniece Elaine 


8121 w 


Eileen Boswell 


1 3. 526 h 


Charles 


81 


Erma Mae Dixon 


1 3. 526 


Linda Laws 






1 3. 5262 


Shaun 




^^^^^^^ 




CHID ESTER 






8712 


B rook 






871 


Jo Ann Fallentine 






871 h 


Lynn U. 


8123 


G ina 


871 1 


Scott 


812 w 


Glenna Rae Edwards 


8713 


Whitney Kate 


81211 


Jess ica Arm 




CHILDS 


81212 


Kelly 


14. 51 


Ann ( Daybell ) 


811 w 


Norma Heatherly 


14. 56 w 


Ann Lee Averett 


811 1 


Norman Dean 


14. 561 


Benjamin Steven 


8122 


Steven Allan 


14. 542 


Cody Bernell 




BOVINGDON 


14. 535 


C rystal 


441 


Diane Dangerfield 


14. 531 


Jason Myron 


441 h 


James 


14. 53 


John Myron 


441 1 


James, Jr. 


14. 532 


Joshua Norman 


4413 


Lynne 


14. 52 


Judith ( Lucia ) 


4412 


Michael 


14. 536 


Kenneth Parker 




BOWERS 


14. 55 


Kristine ( Osborn 


4421 h 


Roge r 


14. 562 


Linda Ann 


4421 


Susan Lanahan 


14. 533 


Marie 




BOWLES 


14. 5 


Maurine Dixon 


10. 62 h 


Brent 




'Photo- 


10. 622 


Brent Jason 




Hiotopy 


10. 624 


Heathe r 






10. 623 


Jinette 






10. 621 


Robert John 






10. 625 


Ryan Duane 


14. 5 


Myron DeVere 


10. 62 


Suzette Schugk 






10. 626 


Vaughn Jay 


14. 534 


Nathan John 




BROCKBANK 


14. 54 


Richard Dixon 


624 h 


Allen Brent 


14. 56 


St even LeRoy 


6241 


Allen Brent, Jr. 


14. 53 w 


Susan Parke r 


6242 


Anne 


14. 54 w 


Trudy Edna Jenson 


6246 


Dixon Taylor 


14. 541 


Yancy Richard 


624 


Kathryn Dee Taylor 




CHRISTENSEN 


6244 


Laura 


16. 10 h 


Bruce J. 


6243 


Lynn (F) 




.Phata 


6247 


Mary Kathryn 


16. 10 


Doris Ann Dixon 


6245 


Rebecca 
BUCKLEY 




•Phctc 


13. 212 h 


Gaylen Mel 






13. 2122 


Kirsten Mae 






13. 2121 


Mayken Dot 


16. 10. 5 


Jason Dixon 


13.212 


Shelly Olson 


16. 10. 3 


Jennifer 


13. 2123 


Trevor Rusken 


16. 10.6 


Joshua Daniel 




BUSHNELL 


16. 10. 2 


Kyle DeGrey 


6141 


Marrianne Frampton 


16. 10. 1 


Lesa Ann 


6141 h 


Ned Booth 


16. 10. 4 


Matthew B. 



487 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

233 
2332 
233 h 
233 1 

74 3 2 
743 
743 h 
743 I 

10. 2 h 

10. 22 w 
10. 222 
10. 2! w 
10. 212 
10. 2 



10. 221 
10. 22 
10. 213 
10. 21 
10. 211 
10. 223 

6341 h 
6341 

8612 
8613 
861 
861 h 
861 1 

10. 33 h 
10. 33 
10. 331 

2532 

253 

2534 

2531 

2533 

253 h 

43 
4 

442 
45 



441 
47 

44 w 
46 



CLEGG 

Barbara Arm Dixon 
Brent D. 
Jack Alvin 
Michael S. 
CORNISH 

Ashlie Melissa 
Bonnie Ann Aikele 
Clayton J. , Jr. 
Rebecca Lynn 
COWLEY 

Angus Wayne 

Cheryl Janeene Tueller 
Corbin Tyler 
Norma Jean Hadley 
Robin 

Ruby Dixon 

^imily Phntn 

Sheri Lyn 
Shirl Curtis 
Susan 

Wayne Dixon 
Wendy 

Whitney Anne 
CRAIG 
John 

Shelly K. Woodruff 
CROWLEY 
Colette 
Colin Thos. 
Kathryn Dixon 
Thomas Edward 
T rent 
DAHLBERG 

Kenneth E. , Jr. 
Lynn Ann Lewis 
Wayne Kenneth 
DAINES 

Anne Elaine 
Barbara Ann Markham 
John Thomas 
Richard Weldon 
Russell Lewis 
Weldon Lee 
DANGER FIELD 
-Aff-nn. 

Alice Smith Dixon 

- Vopy Brief T if n Slr .a ta fa 
Carolyn ( Lanahan ) 
Clifford Dixon 

■ Photo - I — Hio t op y 



42 w 
41 
4 h 

451 

451 1 

422 

421 

451 

42 



•fi i rthpla ww 
Diane ( Bovingdon ) 
Donna Mae 
Florence John 

Grace ( Harding ) 



19" 



I. D. No. 

DANGERFIELD 
44 Harold Dixon 

• Phot c 

_p-^^ji.,, Phntn 
H^rv^^ Phnrn. 
Helen Morrison 
J abe z Aldous 
Jabez W, 

^'zi y Di iLf Llfu CkeiLl r 
J. William 
J. William, Jr. 
Karen ( Fisher ) 
Kay { Nunnally ) 
Patricia Ellen McEwen 
Royden J. 

W i f tnn-y. 

P i 1 tii|il 1 1. ij 
^^512 Stephanie Deanne 

DAVIES 
21 1 24 Amber Rebecca 

21123 Jennifer Erin 

21 1 2 h John Alleman 

21121 Jon Shaw 

21 122 Michael Scott 
2112 Sand ra Shaw 

DAVIS 

7324 Amy Ellen 

7322 Becki 
8562 Brant Coy 
856 h Brent Lee 

7323 Glen Harold 
732 h Harold Keith 

7325 Jill Ann 
8561 Jordan Daniel 
7321 Micki 

856 Sandra Lee Dixon 

732 Shirley Mae Dixon 

DAYBELL 

14. 51 Ann Childs 

14.51 h Grant Lanny 

14. 51 2 Jesse Glen 

14. 514 Katherine Ann 

14.511 Keith Grant 

14. 513 Richard Myron 

DECKER 
82122 Brooke 
82121 Christoph er Gean 

8212 Lori Jean Simmons 

8212 h Willard Gean 

DE GRAW 

6222 Derk Taylor 
622 Janice Taylor 

6223 Gregory Taylor 
6225 Michael 

6221 Michele 
622 h Monte 

6224 Nicole 
DE GREY 

Sarah DeGrey Dixon 
Phata. 



488 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

13. 5 h 

13. 52 
13. 51 
13. 5 



12. 211 

12.2116 
12.2113 
12.2114 
12. 21 1 h 
12. 211 1 
12. 21 12 

12. 21 15 

16. 73 
16.731 
16. 73 h 

21411 
84 w 

13. 2 

12. 33 
11. 

763 w 

10.4 

4 

14. 3 
16. 84 
7353 
863 w 

13. 6 
12. 5 
11. 95 
8631 
16. 114 
8521 
16. 



14. 7 

12. 242 
12. 241 
11.8 
233 
2352 

13. 7 



1 1 . 94 w 
12. 231 
2364 
16. 33 



DENIS ON 

Byron Leslie 
■ Pho to 

Elaine Joyce (Laws) (Patters^ 

Inez Berniece 

Inez Dixon 
Phntn 
■ Hjgtnry 
•?^mily Phmtn 
■J-fnma Phntfl 
DENS LEY 

Colleen Taylor 

Logan Taylor 

London Thomas 

Ma r La nne 

Steven Thomas 

Steven Travis 

Tiffany Lynn 

Wendy 
DEVINE 

Marilyn Richardson 

Me I is sa 

Robe rt F rank 
DDCON 

Adria Ann 

Adryne Hodson 

Afton ( Wagstaff ) 

Alan Romney 

Albert Frederick 

Alberta Mae 

Alice Delenna ( Andrews ) 

Alice Smith (Dangerfield ) 

Allie ( Gardne r ) 

Angela 

Angle Lynn 

Ann Marie Begin 

Anna ( Barrett ) 

Amy LaVern ( Larson ) 

Amy Lynne 

Amy Marie 

Andrew Jerald 

Andrea Lynn 

Arnold 

Vary Rriaf T ifa Slratrh 
Arthur DeCrey 

■Vany Bpiaf T.ifa Slr.atch 
Arthur Smoot 
Ashley 
Audra 
Baby 

Barbara Ann ( Clegg) 
Barbara Maureen 
Bert Lester 

ghota 

4 4iotoiiy 

family ffhot Oi 

j ^omc Ph a t a 
Bonnie Kay Howell 
Brenda ( Hills ) 
Brennan Russ 
Brent 



I. D. No. 

DIXON 
7314 Bret Glen 

13.411 Brian Garth 

16.5 Bruce Royden 

Photo. 

Family Phmtm 
Homo Phata. 

16.111 Camille 
16.421 Camille 
13.133 Carl Vern 
13. 13 Carl William 

242 w Carleen May Dyer 

II. 9 w Carol Collard (Photo) 
2431 Catherine Bradford 

3 w Catherine Kezie Morgan 

Vary Rri a ^ L ifo Skotoh- 

1 1 . 1 w Cecile Clark 

Photo 

11.11 Cecile Marjorie ( Smith ) 

10. Charles Owen 

Vory Bficf Life Ske t ch 
7344 Cherilyn Jo 

855 Cheryl Ann Dixon (Becker) 

2421 Christopher Dyer 

7312 Cindi Marlene ( Roberts ) 

16.44 w Cindy Roberts 
13. 13 w Cleone Rappley Thurber 
11.3 Clifton Rasmussen 

16.5 w Colleen Callister 

■ Photo 
16.812 Collette 
761 Constance Lee ( Rich ) 

12. 222 Cynthia Sue ( G ibbs ) 
2351 Dale Lee 

16.61 Dana John 

1 2.233 Daniel Peterson 

7351 Darin Richard 

16. 123 David Allen 

16. 53 David Callister 

12.24 David Chipman 

12.243 David Chipman, Jr. 

1 1 . 94 David Harry 
216 David Robert 

862 Deanna { Marshall) 

12.23 w Deanne Peterson 

12.321 Debbie 

11.93 Deborah 

235 DeGrey LeRoy 

16. 82 Denise ( Kelly ) 

16.43 Dennis Dastrup 

16.112 Diana 
2412 Diane 

13. 131 Diana Lynn 

12. 31 Diane ( Tempest ) 
13.41 w Di Ane McDonald 
12. 32 w Diane Scott 

234 Dixie Beth 

12.3 Donald Maiben 

Photai 
Ilio t o py 
rutmil'.' Photo. 



M a mo Ph a t a 



489 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF 



H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

12. 32 
853 w 
16. ]0 
212 
864 
16. 9 



8535 
87 

12.4 
16.4 



16.41 
14. w 

11.4 

73 w 

733 

16.81 w 
n. 96 
81 

24 w 

83 
8. 

13. 3 



31 w 
85 w 

16. 2 

763 

10. 5 w 
16. 3 w 
16. 6 



12. 22 
12. 2 



16. 1 
24 3 



DIXON 

Donald Romney 

Donna Penrod 

Doris Ann ( Christensen ) 

Dorothy ( Harrison ) 

Do r se y 

Douglas VVayne 
Wirrnry, 
^omn Photo I 



Drew Ward 

Edith Alice f Fallentme ) 
Edna f Ballif ) 
Eldon Arnold 



Eldon Reed 

Electa LaPrele Smoot 

Vory Buiof Life ShuUlj - 

Elmo Arthur 

Elva Ellen Schemensky 
Ph oto. 

Elva Jean ( Elliott ) 

Emarene Graff 

Emily Ann 

Erma Mae ( Boshard ) 
Erma Murdock 

Ernest Arnold 
Ernest DeGrey 

Eugene Pari 

Photo 

History 

Home Photo 
Eva Ruthe Mildenhall 

Eva Ruth Ward 

■J'hota . 
Evelyn ( Smith ) 
Evelyn Rose 
Florence Janeczko 

Phntn 

Florence Rosella Marks 

Floyd Preston 

Phnto. 
-"ifitn n/ . 
^^■"-My Phnta 
""-na Phntn 
F red Chipman 
Fred Walter 
_P |^^^.p 

■Wi rtm »yi. 
Family Phnta 

Fulvia Call 

G. Michael 



I.D. No. 

863 

16.8 w 
76 



853 
8522 
14. 8 
73 



312 w 
1 3. I 3 w 
16. 7 
27 

16. 3 



10. 512 
16. 31 
8533 
15. 
75 
7 w 

11.1 



16.422 
14. 6 
13. 7 w 

12. 2 w 

16. 9 w 



21 



1 

16. 12 
16. 1 



16. 1 15 
16. 4 w 



DIXON 

Gary Ronald 
Ge nniel Larsen 

■ Photo 
George S. 
Photo 
Hi rto py. 
-* amily Phgjt»i> 
• Homo Phota 
Gerald Ernest 
Gina Lee 

Gladys ( Nelson ) 
Glen Hands 
PhuLu - 

-F im i]n Phota 

Glenda Cleveland 
Gloria Ann Evans 
Gloria xMay ( Richardson) 
G rant 

Grant DeGrey 
Photo 
i gtr? ry ■ 

Gregory Charles 
Gregory Marks 
Guy Wayne 

Harriet Amelia ( West ) 
Harriet Faye (Bjorklund) 
Harriet Hands 

Vory R riof Li fo Skatgh 
Harry Albert 



-Hnmn Phmtia. 

Hayley 

Helen ( Payne ) 
Helen Andelino 



Helen Chipman 

Helen Konopelski 

PhotO- 
Henry Aldous 

Henry Aldous II 



H-rma Phntn 
Henry Alfred 
Howard Allen 
Howard Banks 
■ Phot a. 

H-ma Phntn, 
Howard Marks 
Ila Jean Hair 



490 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I. D. No, 

DIXON 

731 v.- Ina Mae Woolsey 

13. 5 Inez ( Denison ) 

13.31 James Eugene 

241 James R. 
16.13 Janet ( Rees ) 

231 Jean Luella ( Smith ) 
16.45 Jeannine 

11 . 94 1 Jenna'e r Kay 

16. 11 Jerald Lamar ^ 

7621 jeremiv N/latthew 

16.52 Joan 

8524 Joe Erik 

214 John Aldous 

2 John DeG rev 

- Vory Bi riof L ii a Slr .a tch 

242 Joseph M. 

236 w Judith Louise Russ 
13. 74 Judy ( Baker ) 
762 w Judy Gayle Woods 

12. 23 w Judy Williams 
16.122 Julia 

1 2. 224 Jul ie Anne 

232 June Mary ( Robinson ) 
16. 11 w Karen Haymond 

16.91 Karen Joan 

852 w Karen Lee Marrott 

734 w Karen McClellan 

214 w Karma Jeppson 

861 Kathryn ( Crowley ) 

2142 Kay { Lee ) 

235 w Kay Darlene Dix 

16, 14 Kenneth Call 

12. 325 Kerry E. 

10. 52 Kevin Charles 

8534 Kimberly 

16.54 Kristin 

7354 Kristin Ann 

16.121 Kristina 

16. 94 Kurt Douglas 

16.42 Larry Dean 

10. 51 Larry Owen 

16,423 Laura 

8543 Laura Joanne 

3121 Le Ann Layne 

82 Leah Lillian ( Ford ) 

7631 lae Andrew 

13. 121 Le Ann ( Rowley ) 

14. Le Roy 

Vary Briaf Liia "iV.mieh 

14, 1 Le Roy Smoot 

311 Leslie ( Hardin ) 

12.3 w Lettie Vilate Rorrmey 

Phmtm 

16. w Letitia May Banks 

- Very Bgiof I ifo SVatr-h 

237 Linda 

841 Linda ( Rose ) 

16, 12 w Linda Jean Mangum 

II. 91 Linda Kay ( Mariotti ) 

2143 Lisa 
7343 Lisa Ann 



I. D. No, 

DIXON 
1 2. 223 Lisa Kay 

13.11 Lois ( McEv.-an ) 

16,6 w Lois Mai Dickenson 

13. 1 w Loleta Wiscomb 

-.Phmta. 

7313 Lori Jean 

213 Louise f Larkin ) 

26 Lucian DeGrey 

21 w Lucile Knowlden 

23 w Luella Hannah Madsen 

12. w Luthenia (Louie) Maiben 

16.51 Lynn Ann ( Farnsworth ) 

8523 Marc Stanley 

13. 12 w Margaret Anne Simpson 

14. 23 Margaret Electa 

244 w Maria Cristina Puerta 

6 Maria Louise ( Taylor ) 4, 

851 Marjorie Jean ( Boren ) 

2354 Mark DeGrey 

•2411 Mark Eyring 

74 Mary ( Aikele ) 

13.42 Mary Ann ( Olson ) 

8 w Mary Ann Painter 

Mary Ann Smith 
Phota 

13.73 w Mary DeGruchy 

842 Mary Ellen 

13,w Mary Etola Dangerfield 

-irary Briaf Liia Slr.otah. 
13.41 w Mary Jane Chattin 

12. 21 Mary Lou f Taylor ) 
13,4 w Mary Matilda Hills 

13. 3 w Martha Bernard 
16,113 Matthew Jerald 

25 Maud ( Markham ) 

23 w Maureen Welker 

Phata 

14. 5 Maurine ( Childs ) 
731 Max Glen 

2362 Megan 

II, 9 Melvin Rasmussen 

Photo. 
Hietory 
Family Ph ete 
Ha m a Ph 8 t » 

843 Merrill Verl 
12,232 Michael 

16, 32 Michael DeGrey 

2353 Michael Kent 

312 Michael Layne 

2432 Michael Romney 

16. 92 Michele ( Belback ) 

12. 323 Michelle 
12.221 Michelle Jo (Gregg) 

11.2 Mildred ( Tangren ) 



491 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. 



A. DIXON 



I. D. No. 

16.811 
2422 

II. 5 
854 w 
16. 83 
14. 2 w 

10. 5 



8541 
13, 

1 3. 71 
12. 22 w 
12. 24 w 
16. 62 
14. 2 



14, 21 
13. 122 
244 

13. 731 

21 1 
85 



852 
31 



13.4 



13. 41 
12. I 
12. 23 

735 
762 
16. 8 



13.412 

9 

13. 73 
16. 44 



DIXON 
Monica 
Nicole Noelle 
Norma ( Jess ) 
Norma Jeanne Allan 
Norman Paul 
Ora Ande rson 

PhQte 
Ov.-en George 

.Hnma Phetei 

Hiftnry.. 
Pamela Jeanne 
Parley Smith 

Vnry Brial T i fo Skptoh . 
Patricia 

Patricia Donahue 
Patricia Stewart 
Paul Raymond 
Paul Smoot 
D }-| >^^.p 

Paul Smoot, Jr. 
Pauline ( Wilder ) 
Peter M. 
Phaed ra 

Phyllis ( Shaw ) 
Ralph 

W i otiB ■ 
fnmily Pheta. 

Ro^^ Phntn 
Ralph Stanley 
Raymond Lane 



famtly Pho te 

Hnmn Phota . 
Reed Dangerfield 

Hi rtnry. 

""mn Phnlii 
Reed Garth 

Rhea Luthenia ( Reeve 
Richard 
Richard S. 
Robert George 
Robert Norman 

J'T i gtn Bijft 
JT^^ny Phntn 
Hnma ffhirtei 

Robert Reed 

Robert Smith 

Robert Timothy 

Roger Duane 



I.D. No. 
86 



8542 
854 
10. 2 
24 



11.7 

215 

21412 

7352 

8544 

2363 

856 

5 

2 w 



16. 4 w 

14.4 

12. 322 
12. 324 
11. w 

2361 
16. 124 

13. 124 
13.43 
735 w 
16. 42 w 
763 

10. 51 w 

732 

7315 

23 



236 

10. 3 
16. 63 
2141 
16. 81 

11. 92 
13. 123 
241 w 
8531 
13.132 
731 1 
8532 



DIXON 
Ronald 

-Hi rtnr i.i_ 

-H-ma Pi 1 11 III 



■ ^ ' "Ll i j »i mud Ho me 
Ronald Jesse 
Ronald Ward 
Ruby f Cowley ) 
Rulon Sterling 

-Hi f tQry. 

'• Homo Phota - 



Ruth 

Ruth Marion ( Cannon ) 
Ryan Aldous 
Ryan Glen 
Ryan James 
Ryan Patrick 
Sandra Lee ( Davis ) 
Sarah Ann ( McConachie ) 
Sarah Ann Lewis 

Sarah DeGrey 

Sarah Jean Dastrup 

P}-J Q I 

Sarah Vera (Summerhays) 

Scott 

Sean R. 

Sena Rasmussen 

• V ' OPy Bgiof L ifc SltaKl ' i 
Shannon DeGrey 
Shaunna 

Sherline f Mitchell ) 
Sherrie Lillie ( Austin ) 
Sherry Lynn Pyper 
Shiela Higgins 
Shirel Ferris 
Shirley Ann Orpen 
Shirley Mae ( Davis ) 
Stacy Lynn 
Stanley Lewis 
Phottt 

■ Jim i ly Ph a t e. 

Hramo ffheva. 
Stanley Lewis, Jr. 
Stella ( Lewis ) 
Stephanie Gwyn 
Steven John 
Steven Lewis 
Susan ( Adams ) 
Suzane ( Pulsipher ) 
Suzanne Eyring 
Te resa 
Teresse Kay 
Terri Mae ( Vaksinick ) 
Thai Wade 



492 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I. D. No. 

DIXON 

13.72 Thomas Anthony 

"341 Timothy Hugh 

7632 Timothy Paul 

16. 93 Todd DeCrey 

7342 Todd William 

10.511 Travis Owen 

2141 w Val Fulmer 

10. 1 VaLera ( Ririe ) 

76 V,- Veon Ceilings 
Phata. 

II. 6 Vera ( Ande rson ) 
84 Verl Grant 

Jamily Phntm 

'^^"ilci'T-ninsi Hnmai 

13. 12 Vern Lee 

86 w Verneda Jackson 

13.1 Vernon Lee 

■ IliiJtoi i y. 
Fim ily Phntn 
44om9 Photo.. 
72 Vesta ( Booth ) 

10.6 Virginia ( Schugk ) 
10 w Virginia Beckstead 

yary Rriaf life Slr.atah 

13.7 w Virginia Oswald 
84 w Virginia Poulson 

14. 22 Vivian { McKay ) 
1 2. Walter DeCrey 

^Toiiy Briaf T ifa S^ratrrh 
763 3 Wayne Daniel 

7 William Aldous 

Vopy Br^af T ifa Slrattih 
734 William Frank 

71 William Hands 

243 w Yvonne Romney 

DOMINE 
2124 Lisbeth Harrison 

2124 h Steven Anthony 

DUNCAN 
6113 Kathy Fisher 

61131 Megan 
6113 h Paul H. 

EJOVEC 
4423 Amy Lanahan 

4423 h Gerald 

ELLIOTT 



I.D. No. 

ENGLE 

14.4113 Melanie 
14.4111 Melissa 

14.4114 Spencer Caleb 
FALLENTINE 

873 w Annette W. Bean 

87 h Bernard Carl 

PKo t o . 

872 Carolyn ( Gilstrap ) 

8731 Dustin Carl 

87 Edith Alice Dbcon 

■gheta . 

H ioto »yi 

■ F-imily Phmto 

Jo Ann ( Chidester ) 
Kathleen Kastrinkas 
Michael Dixon 
Robert Bernard 
Susan ( Flatberg ) 
EARNS WORTH 
Lynn Ann Dixon 
Paul J. 
FARRER 

David Glen 
Ellen Kartchner 
Rand Glen 
FISHER 

Elayne Taylor 
Grant A. 
Hillary 

Jeffrey Taylor 
Karren Dangerfield 
Kathy ( Duncan ) 
Donnette Morrison 
Terri ( Jensen ) 
FLATBERG 
David R. 
Jenny 

Susan Fallentine 
FORD 

Anginita Maria Van Derbeck 
Cambric Emma 
Cimony Anna 
Cynthia 
Dale 

David Menton 
Dixon Alton 
James Eric 

Janice Ann ( Nee rings ) 
Kathleen 

Leah Lillian Dixon 
ghote 



871 

873 w 
875 
873 
874 

16.51 
16.51 h 

6841 
684 
684 h 

611 
611 h 
61121 
6112 

422 
6113 
6112 w 
6111 

874 h 
8741 
874 

823 w 
II. 222 
11. 221 
8233 
8232 
1 1. 223 
823 

1 1 , 22 h 
824 
8231 
82 



733 


Elva Jean Dixon 








7331 


Kellie Jean ( Witte ) 






733 h 


Kenneth Lee 




J-Imma Pho 




7332 


Keri Lee 








7333 


Shane D. 


822 


Lois Amber ( 


Bigelow ) 


7334 


Travis Gunner 


8235 


Marianne 






ENGLE 


821 


Marilyn Mae { 


Simmons 


14.411 h 


Eldean Roy 


82 h 


Mayo Alton 




14. 41 1 2 


Joshua 




Phata. 




14. 41 1 


Lynette Anderson 


11. 22 


Nancy Ann Tangren 



493 



INDEX TO 



I.D. No. 




FORD 


O "5 T y< 


Steven Mathew 




r R AMPTON 


J 4 


Alan Taylor 


1 4 n 


Boyd M. 


14 3 


Bruce Taylor 


! 4 J W 


Connie Lynne Bird 


1 4 


David Taylor 


A 1 A 
1 4 


Dixie Taylor 


] 4 J 1 


Je remy Taylor 


A 1 47 


i\ent i aylor 


J 4 W 


Keri Ann Wheadon 


A 1 4 1 


Marrianne f Bushnell ) 


A 1 4n 


r^aul i aylor 


6 1 44 


S\is an 






2113 he 


Amy Suzanne 


21131 


■r^niia rvacnteen 


21132 


E r 1 n 


2! I 3 


Kathlf>pn Sha«/ 


2113 he 


i^-c 1 ry ococt 


? 11 3 h 


iS-irK JLdward 




GARDNER 


14. 3 


Allie Dixon 



















14. 312 


Genevieve 


14. 31 


James Dixon 


14. 31 w 


Martha Grover 


14. 3 h 


Reed Snow 




fihntn 


14. 311 


Robert G rover 


14. 314 


Stewart G rover 


14.313 


Thomas Grover 




GARNER 


12.431 


Becky Jean Ballif 


12.431 1 


Shane Vern 


12.431 h 


I Vern J. 




GEORGE 


2123 


Judith Harrison 


21231 


Samuel Nephi 


2123 


Steven Michael 




GIBBS 


12. 222 


Cynthia Sue Dixon 


12. 222 h 


Richard F. 




GILSTRAP 


872 


Carolyn Fallentine 


8721 


Christopher 


8722 


Mollie 


8721 h 


Ralph M. 




GRAHAM 


14. 43 h 


Daniel Watkins 


14. 43 


Diana Summerhays 




GREGG 


1 2. 221 h 


Mathew 


12. 221 


Michelle Jo DLxon 




GREGSON 


6231 


Carol Lyn Richards 


623 1 1 


Daniel Kim 


623 1 h 


Kim Wolsey 



OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 




GRIGGS 


16. 211 


Brian 'A'ilfred 


16.212 


Deborah Kay 


16. 216 


Julie Dionne 


16. 21 


Karen Ann Smith 


16. 215 


Kathryn Ann 


16. 214 


Kent David 


16. 213 


Stephen Smith 


16.21 h Wilford Charles 




GUNTER 


8224 


C indy B ige low 


82242 


Gale Tex 


82241 


Jeremiah Michael 


8224 h 


Robert Michael 




HARDIN 


311 


Leslie Dixon 


3111 


Leslie Layne 


311 h 


Thom.as Ray 


3112 


Vernon Shayne 




HARDING 


46 h 


Curtis P. 




pi-i 


46 


Grace Dangerfield 




-Phcita 














462 


Judy Ann ( Pugh ) 


461 


Miriam ( Waterman ) 




HARMON 


14. 611 h Mark Lewis 


14. 611 


Robin Lee Ipsen 




HARRISON 


2127 


Angela 


212 


Dorothy Dixon 


2125 


Heather 


2126 


Holly f Jensen ) 


2123 


Judith ( George ) 


2121 


Linda Lucille ( Welling ) 


2124 


Lisbeth ( Domine ) 


21 22 


Patricia ( Patcyk ) 


212 h 


Virl L. 




HARWARD 


13.613 h 


Gregory J, 


13. 613 


Kristine Barrett 


13. 6131 


Tamera Lynn 


13. 6132 


Tasha Lee 




HEAL 


687 h 


Alan Perry 


6872 


Amy Louise 


6871 


Maria Ann 


687 


Rosena Louise Kartchner 




HILLS 


12. 231 


Brenda Dixon 


12. 231 h 


Dal 


HIPP 


11.61 


Carol Leslie Anderson 


11.611 


Daniel Edward 


11.612 


Robert Dean 


11.61 h 


William E. 


HODSON 


6331 


Diane Taylor 


633 1 1 


Lane Taylor 


6331 h 


Scott Linn 



494 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



ID \"n 








^ A 1-1 


Barbara June Payne 


1 A AT'? 

J T , Z I J 


Bradley Pavne 


IT, i T 




I'i . Die 


J analyn 




r\ o De rt i-ee 


14 All 


Robin Lee f Harmon ) 






' 1 ' n h 

w i . U [1 


D a v id Dee 


2126 


iiOLiy narnson 


611]] 


J cxjiiiic r Aviavirine 


61 1 1 h 




6111 






JESS 


11.51 


w a. i Uo. I d llll 


11,5 


r\ o r ma D Lx o n 










11 5 h 

i I • ^ It 


Richard Graham. 




Richard Steven 








Jason Larry 


1 3. 222 


Jay L^a. G u 


IT 777 1 


Jay La ma r 


1 7 7 U 


Jay Lorus 




Jeffry Warren 


1 7 7 


Jerry Dixon 


7321 3 


J (J 2» n xjia. c\ e I L n 




Lacy Ann 


7321 h 


J— "drr y rxonaiQ 


1 ?74 


Lisa 


13 ? ? 1 
■L -J a C 1 


Lo r i 


7371 


Nliclci Oavis 




iNorma jean vvagstaii 


13. 223 w 


'-'aiiara jean J— iimo ru 


13 222 w 


Aiiiiiiy J vjnc 3 h^uLion 




KARA WOWS KT 


761 


I a o ^ A T A A Ii i 

v^una Ldiic e x^c 6 J-/ Lxon 


761 h 


£cid ie 


761 1 


»JCULL. ^Qwapu 






6862 


A rt ^ '3 1 M ^1 A 1 M M 

j-^enjamm iNe Lson 


686 


i-'aviu J.ayior 


6821 








<J o » 


tt 1 1 A M 1 La ' •« w ^ A «• \ 

<E<iien \ rarrer / 


Do n 


Fred Dixon 




r'noto 


A 07 7 
c 4 


rieatne r 


68(=) 1 

U O O A 


Jeffrey Nelson 


V o o w 


Karen Renee Nelson 


D O ^ 


Kathryn Andersen 


6n'^4 

U O ^ T 


rve L L I 


AC7 
D o 4 


fS-e nne tn i ay I o r 


vj O ^ C 


Ke r ianne 


Do I 


Linda ( Tyler ) 


682 w 


MariAnne Allene Davis 


6851 


Mark Andersen 


688 


Mary Ann ( Warner ) 


6824 


Nathan 


685 


Richard Taylor 


6823 


Robin 



LD. No. 

687 
68 



KARTCHNER 

Rosena Louise ( Heal 

o.,^u ^]-,\j-,n Ti I In i 

■H i eta m.ii 



685 3 

16, 82 
16. 821 
16. 82 h 

4423 
442 
442 h 
4422 
4421 

2131 w 

21311 

2131 

213 h 

2134 

2136 

2132 

21 341 

14, 221 

213 

2133 

2134 w 
21351 
21352 
14. 221 
21312 

2135 w 
2135 

12. 5 



12. 51 w 
12. 513 
12. 5 

12. 52 w 
12. 51 

12. 52 
12. 521 
12. 512 
12. 511 

13. 524 
13. 522 w 
13. 521 
13. 5221 
1 3. 52 

13. 52 h 
13. 525 



Taylor Andersen 
KELLY 

Denlse Dixon 

Lisa Anne 

Mark E. 
LANAHAN 

Amy ( Ejovec ) 

Carolyn Dangerfield 

Edward 

Melissa 

Susan ( Bowers ) 
LARKIN 

Carol Lynn White 
David Dixon 
Dixon Ferrin 
E. Ferrin 
James Robert 
Jane 

Julia ( Squires ) 

Jennifer 

Lance C. 

Louise Dixon 

Martha Ann 

Martha C. Gleason 

Nicole 

Paul Benjamin 
Rebecca Dixon McKay 
Sarah 

Sharon Elzey 
William Lyle 
LARSON 

Amy LaVern 

j ^iotogy ■ 

Anne Breinholt 
Barry O Neal 
Doyle R. 

Phato . 
Kathy West 
Larry O Neal 
Michael Dixon 
Ryan Michael 
Stacy Jean 
Suzanne 
LAWS 
Becky 

Carol Eileen Patterson 
Cynthia ( Boren ) 
Dennis Marvin 
Elaine Joyce Denison 
LaMar R. 
Lamar 



495 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

13. 526 
13. 522 
13,523 

21422 
2142 h 
2142 
21421 

10.314 
10. 31 
10. 3 h 

10. 31 1 
10. 316 
10. 32 
10. 315 
10. 312 
10. 33 
10. 31 w 
10. 313 
10. 34 
10. 3 



LAWS 

Linda f Carrol ) 
Ma rvin 

Terry ' Alvey ) 
LEE 

All ison 
^ David 

Kay D Lxon 

Nicole 
LE'A'IS 

Erin 

Frederick Dixon 
Frederick Wesley 

Jason Frederick 
Jessica 
John Stephen 
Joshua David 
Kerry Bradford 
Lynn Ann ( Dahlberg 
Patty Kay Stott 
Rachel 
Sandra Lee 
Stella Dixon 



LUCIA 
14. 52 Judith Childs 

14, 521 Matthew Bruce 

14. 522 Rachel Maurine 

14. 523 Seth Thomas 

14. 52 h Thomas Allen 

MACHADO 
754 Janet Marie Bjorklund 

7542 KimberlyAnn 
754 h Manuel H. 

7541 Rodney Wayne 

MARIOTTI 
11.912 Amanda Jamie 

11.91 h Francesco 
11.91 Linda Kay Dixon 

11.911 Sarah Kate 



I.D. No. 

MARKHAM 

2525 Allen Lewis 

253 Barbara Ann ( Daines ) 
25111 Brian 

2512 David Paul 

254 Diane Louise ( Stev.-art ) 
2518 Douglas Fred 

25 h Fred Lew,- is 

p [ ^ Q Q 

2516 Jae Daniel 
2514 James Lewis 

251 John Frederick 

252 Joseph Dixon 
252 w Junece Jex 
2524 Karl William 

2517 Kay April 
2522 Kevin Richard 

2522 w Lisa Dawn Hansen 

2523 Mary Ann 
25 Maud Dixon 

Phot 

J-Inmp Ph ntn ■ 







2521 


Michael Dixon 






2513 


Reed B. 






251 w 


Reeda Bjarnson 




LINDERMAN 


2515 


Robert Dixon 


13, 122 h 


Donald Dale 


2511 w 


Rosanne Gibson 


13. 122 


Pauline Dixon 


25112 


Stephanie 


13. 1222 


Randy 


2511 


Steven John 


13. 1221 


Rebecca 




MARSHALL 




LOWE 


8625 


Amber Nicole 


12. 1112 


Brenda Lisa 


862 


Deanna Dixon 


12. 113 


David Jordan 


8621 


Eric Steven 


12. 11 h 


Howard D. 


8622 


Erin 


12. 1 11 I 


Julie Renee 


8623 


Ryan Dixon 


12. 114 


Kenton Alan 


862 h 


Steven B. 


12. Ill 


Kevin Howard 


8624 


Tera Cassandra 


12. 112 


Lynda Ann ( Weaver ) 




MARTINEZ 


12. 115 


Mark Douglas 


8222 


Elaine Bigelow 


12. 1 1 


Ruth Reeve 


82224 


Jason Dale 


12. Ill w 


Shauna Renee Johnson 


8222 h 


Kenneth Boyd 



82223 



5 h 



51 
52 
5 



13.113 
13. 1132 
13. H33 
13. 1141 
13.1131 
13. 1 124 
13. 1 14 



Travis Ken 
MC CONACHIE 

Alexander Collie 

Donald 

Nancy Shearsmith(Armstron( 
Sarah Ann Dixon 

Very Brief Life SUe t eh 
MC EWAN 
Alan Dixon 
Alan Dixon, Jr. 
Amanda Kay 
Andrea Lyn 
Christina 
Cynthia Kay 
David Vernon 



496 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



i.D. No 






\IC EWAN 


1 3, 1 1 3 w Debra Lynn Cook 


1 3. 1 1 2 w Dorcus R ita Fowe rs 


13. 115 


Glen R ichard 


13. 112 


James Harold 


13.11 h 


Junius Harold 


13.11 


Loi s D ixon 


13.111 


Lynda ( Mo rgan ) 


13. 114 w Ma ry Ann Warne r 


13. 1123 


Me lis s a Ann 


13. I I 2 D 


Richard James 


1 i . 1 I 2 1 


bandra Lee 




T a mar a Lyn 




Aic rvay 


14 


Catherine Dixon 


14. ■? ■? 7 
i *t . — J 


Christine Dixon 




David Dixon 


14. 226 


Kimberly Dixon 


14. 221 


Rebecca Dixon f Larkii 


i 1 . c c n 


Kicnard Llewelyn 


14. 224 


Richard Llewelyn, Jr. 




Vivian Dixon 




ivn„ iS.ir5Dr,iN 


I J . i ^ 1 n 


Darwin 


1 ^ 1 ■? T 1 
1 J , i C I I 


onawn C. 




Susan Lynne 




M r. i\ U h, JN rl A L L 


in At; 


Jeromy Ron 


in A 4 


Monica 


10.63 


Nancy Schugk 


10. 63 3 


Paul Brandon 


10. 632 


Rochelle 


10.63 h 


Ron Lynn 


10. 631 


Troy Lynn 




MEYERS 


752 


Barbara Gail Bjorklund 


7521 


Kenne th 


752 h 


Tom 


7522 


Thomas Craig 




MITCHELL 


13. I 242 


Janie Lyn 


1 3. 1 24 h 


Jerry Leon 


13. I 24 


Sherline 


13. 1 24 1 


Wendy Sue 






12. 2142 


Eric Taylor 


12. 214 


Julie Ann Taylor 


12. 2143 


Melissa Ann 


12. 2141 


Ryan Travis 


12. 214 h 


Travis 




MORGAN 


13. 1116 


All ison Kay 


13. 1117 


Amber Joy 


13.1114 


Cheryl Lee 


13. Ill h 


Eldon Ray 


13. 1112 


Eldon Ray, Jr. 


13. 1113 


Lisa La Dawn 


13. Ill 


Lynda Mc Ewan 


13. 1115 


Robert Adam 


13. Ill 1 


Teri Lyn 



I. D. No. 

NEERINGS 
824 Janice Ann Ford 

8241 Jill 

824 h John Theodore 

8244 Lisa 
8243 Shellia 

8242 Troy 
NEILS EN 

2322 Julie Ann Robinson 

2322 h Martin David "■■ 

23221 Ryan Wayne 

NELSON 
65 Alice Louise Taylor 

■ Hicto n yi 

^^^^ Ph~f n . 







6 545 


Allison 


6542 


Annie 


651 


Arthur Taylor 


651 w 


Bonnie McKay 


14. 85 


Carolyn 


6523 


Catherine Louise 


653 


Christina Louise ( F 


6521 


Christine 


14. 82 w 


Claudia Greene 


655 w 


Consuelo Marquez 


6522 


David Christian 


14. 82 


David LeRoy 


14. 882 


David Taylor 


14. 83 


Diane 


65 h 


G. El Roy 




-Phota. 


14. 8 


Gladys Dixon 




ntn 




■Wigtory- 










14. 821 


Heathe r 


654 


Henry Aldous 


14. 8 


Ivan William 




Photo 


14. 81 


Ivan William II 


655 


James Nicholls 


6512 


Jeanne Louise 


14. 81 w 


Jeanne Newman 


652 


John Christian 


14. 86 


Julie Anne 


14. 84 w 


Kathleen Jo Dana 


14. 84 


Kent Dixon 


14.813 


Kevin Wayne 


654 w 


Kristy Stewart 


652 w 


Mary Lynne Sanders 


6524 


Matthew John 


6544 


Melissa 


6511 


Michael McKay 


6541 


Rebecca 


14. 811 


Ryan William 


6551 


Sarah Jane 



497 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



l.D. No. 

NELSON 

6543 Scott Aldous 

14,812 Shannon 

14. 842 Steven Aaron 

6 525 Steven Sharp 

6513 Thomas Taylor 

14. 841 Wayne Kent 

NICHOLS 

75 3 h Clayton 

753 Gloria Faye Bjorklund 

753 1 Julie 

7534 Roberta Ann 

7532 Sherrie 

7533 Tina 
NICOL 

8222 Elaine Bigelow 

82222 Jalayne 

82221 Stephanie 

8222 h Steven Ted 

NUNNALLY 

421 Kay Dangerfield 

OH RAN 

13.5212 Angelia Elaine 

13, 521 h Bradley 

13, 521 Cynthia Laws 

13.5211 Joseph Scott 

OLSON 

13. 2131 Adam Hogan 

12.42 Barbara Ballif 

1 3. 214 Cory Mont 

13.421 Christine 
13,2111 Dane Russell 
13,42 h Darrel W-. 
13.211 David Russell 
13.216 Denise 
13.424 Denise Leona 
13.21 Donna Mae Wagstaff 

13.422 James Darrel 
13. 213 w Jan Hogan 

13. 21 h Jerald Russell 

13.211 w Judy Mortenson 

13. 214 w Karen Dee Green 

1 2, 42 h Kenneth 

13,2132 Kirk Russell 

13. 215 Kurt Dixon 

13.2113 Mandy Sue 

13.42 Mary Ann Dixon 

13, 423 Robert Reed 

13, 212 Shelly ( Buckley ) 

1 3, 425 Stephen Jeffery 

13.213 Steven Craig 

13. 2114 Travis Paul 

13. 2112 Trinda Lynn 
13.426 Vicki 

OSBORN 

14. 554 Erin Iris 
14.55 h Gregory Robert 

14.551 Jacob Gregory 
14. 55 Kristine Childs 
14. 553 Luke Childs 

14.552 Megan Kristine 



l.D. No. 

PAD EN 

10.43 Dixie Lee Andrews 

10,43 h Donald Edward 

10.432 Hope Elizabeth 

10.433 Mark Christopher 
10. 431 Peter James 

10.434 Tiffany Ann 
PATCYK 

2122 h Leonard John 

2122 Patricia Harrison 

PATTERSON 
13.52 Elaine Joyce Denison 

13. 52 h Milton W. 

PAYNE 

14.61 Barbara June f Ipsen ) 

14.62 Bette Lyn ( Petersen ) 

1 4. 6 h E. Junius 

^P.bqtia. 
14. 6 Helen Dixon 

Phmtm 
Hi itnry 
JTamily '^bntn 
M a m a Phot Oi 
PEPPINGER 
10.41 Charlene Andrews 

10.411 John Robert 

10.41 h Michael G. 

PETERSEN 
14.62 Bette Lyn Payne 

14. 623 Brian Warren 

16. 712 Christine 
16.71 Cynthia Richardson 

14. 624 David Warren 
14. 621 Kristi Lyn 

14. 622 Lisa Ann 

14. 62 h Robert Warren 
16.711 Scott Weslie 

16.71 h Stephen Henry 
16.713 Suzanne 
PITCHER 

14.451 Allison 

14.454 Emilee 
14.45 h Frank Lee 

14.452 Frank Summerhays 

14.453 Marianne 

14.455 Michael Summerhays 
14.45 Sandra Summerhays 

PRESTON 
653 Christina Louise Nelson 

6533 Elizabeth 
653 h Ronald W. 

6531 Suzanna 

6532 Trevor Jorge 
PUGH 

4623 Brian Curtis 

4624 Jason Richard 
462 Judy Ann Harding 
4622 Kevin James 

462 h Lorin K. 

4621 Scott Christopher 



498 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

13. 123 h 
13. 1232 
13. 1 233 
13. 1231 
n. 1 23 

1 6 221 
16. 222 



16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 



223 
224 
225 
22 h 
22 



16. 13 h 
16. 13 
16. 132 
16. 131 

16. 133 

12. 1 h 
12. 1 



12.11 

7612 
761 h 
761 

6233 

6231 

623 h 

6235 

6237 

6238 

623 

6236 

6234 

6232 

16. 72 w 
16. 71 
16. 74 
16. 7. 10 
16.75 
16.72 
16. 76 
16. 7 



16, 
16, 
16. 



7. 11 

73 
78 



16. 721 
16. 79 



PULSIPHER 
Don Wayne 
Kerry Lee 
Mandy Rae 
Shante 1 

Suzanne Dixon 
PURVE5 

David Byron 
Jennifer Lynne 
Katherine Ann 
Lorraine Dawn 
Nathan Daniel 
Robert Byron 
Susan Louise Smith 
REES 

David Michael 
Janet Dixon 
Michelle 
Steven Michael 
Wendy 
REEVE 

Fenton W. 

Rhea Luthenia 
^hotn 

'famijy Phntn 
■ Homo ffhmto . 

Ruth ( Lowe ) 
RICH 

Darrin Lee 

David Lee Rich 

Constance Lee Dixon 
RICHARDS 

Bryan Taylor 

Carol Lyn ( Gregson ) 

H. Bryan 

Heidi 

Jenny Lynn 
John Taylor 
Lynn Anne Taylor 
Rebecca 
Robyn 
Shari 
RICHARDSON 

Colleen Larsen 
Cynthia ( Petersen ) 
David Thomas 
Diana 
Don Dixon 
Douglas Weslie 
Glen Alan 
Gloria May Dixon 

Hie toy . 
F a mity Photo 
H o m a Ph o t o. 
Linda 

Marilyn ( Devine ) 
Patrick Arnold 
Paul Douglas 
Rebecca 



I.D. No. 

RICHARDSON 

16.77 Sandra 

16.722 Thomas Blaine 

16.7 h Thonnas We s lie 
Photo 

RIRIE 

10.152 Adam Kent 

10.14 Annette (Turner) 
10.13 w Barbara Warrene Temple 
1 0. 1 22 Brent Richard 

10. 13 Craig Martin 

10. 1 1 Dixon Farrell 

10.121 Janeal 

10. 1 24 Jarrem Boyd 

10. 134 Kendall Rochell 

10.15 Kent Hyrum 

10. 12 w Larraine Humphries 

10. 15 w Margaret Valee Jolley 

10. 126 Mariah 

10. 123 Mark Owen 

10. 1 h Martin C. 



10. 11 w 


Monta Mae Morris 


10. 131 


Paige Diane 


10. 12 


Richard Owen 


10. 115 


Scott David 


10. 132 


Seth Stephen 


10. 1 13 


Shari 


10. 114 


Shelly 


10. Ill 


Stephen Dixon 


10. 112 


Susan 


10. 125 


Taylor Martin 


10. 133 


Theron Keith 


10. 1 


VaLera Dixon 




Photo 



Family Phrata 
«H(Bm9 PhQt^ 
10. 151 Valerie Jo 

ROBERTS 
7312 Cindi Marlene Dixon 

73121 Rodney Jory 

7312 h Rodney Kay 

ROBINSON 

2321 w Brenda Marie Brotnov 
232 h George W. 

2322 Julie Ann { Neilsen ) 

2323 Jon Jay 

232 June Mary Dixon 

2321 Stanley Wayne 

ROSE 

8414 Adryne Cathlene 

8412 Christine 

8415 Gary Paul 
841 h Gary T. 

8413 James 

841 Linda Dixon 

841 1 Robert Dixon 

ROWLEY 
15. 122 Denise Irene West 
15.1223 Kristine Ruby 
13. 121 Le Ann Dixon 



499 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

ROWLEY 



15. 1 222 


Lynette Dawn 


13, ] 21 2 


Ma rie 


13,1211 


Robert Lee 


15,122 h 


Robe rt Lee , Jr. 


15, 1221 


Robert Lee III 


15. 1 224 


Sarah Irene 


13.121 h 


Thomas Robert 




SCHUGK 


10.611 


Baby 


10.616 


David Charles 


10. 61 


Dennis Charles 


10. 61 w 


Elisabeth Hall Rees 


10.613 


John Edward II 


10. 64 


Judy 


10. 615 


Kristy Lynn 


10. 63 


Nancy ( Mendenhall 


10. 6 h 


Pe r'cy. John 






10. 617 


Richard Alfred 


10,61 w 


Sharon Kilpatrick 


10.65 


Sonjia 


10. 612 


Ste fanie 


10.614 


Stephanie Ann 


10. 62 


Suzette ( Bowles ) 


10. 6 


Virginia Dixon 



■Phcfcc ■ 
noini. Dh e to - 

SHAW 



21114 David Austin 

21 1 5 Erin Jean ( Taggart ) 

21 1 h John Austin 

2111 John Austin II 

21113 John Christopher 

2113 Kathleen ( Gambles ) 
21112 Marian 

21111 Mary Elizabeth 

2111 w Mary Wilson 

2116 Phyllis Anita ( Wiggins ) 
211 Phyllis Dixon 

2117 Robert Dixon 

2118 Rose Mary 

2112 Sandra ( Davie s ) 

21115 Sarah Anne 

2114 Sylvia ( Bell ) 
SIMMONS 

82131 Adam David 

8213 David Edwin 

821 h Edwin Van Dyke 

8212 Lori Jean (Decker) 
821 Marilyn Mae Ford 

8213 w Terrie Lee Brewer 

8214 Timothy Ford 

8211 Wendy Lee ( Tegeder ) 

SMITH 

13.524 Becky Laws 

11.11 Cecile Marjorie Dixon 

11.111 Cory Garner 
13. 524 h Creig B, 



I.D. No. 

SMITH 
16. 2 h Donald H, 

16.2 Evelyn D ixon 





-Hictorv 


1 3. 5241 


Jackson Kay 


i i . 644 


Jake 


2 3 1 


Jean Luella Dixon 


16,21 


Karen Ann ( Griggs ^ 


11. 112 


Kip Dixon 


1 3, 5 242 


Lucas Robert 




Mary Ann Smith fDixon 


9 7 1 U 


Kalph Nye 


c, i L I 


Robert Nye 


? 3 1 7 


Rod ne y 


i i . 1 I n 


r\ onalG J ay 




Sarah Jane 




Sonj La Ine z 




Susan Louise ' Purves 






7 17 9 


T . 1 ■ _ T 1 ■ 

Julia Larkin 


213 7 1 


Lisa 


7 17 9 K 


Kay w nite 


^13 7 7 


Te re s a 




'^T W ART 


AMI 


D rent i aylor 


7 54. 


Diane Louise Markham 


^ J ^ 1 


£-LizaDetn Ann 


2542 


Emily 


u L J n 


o. rs.e itti 


cj*± n 


Gary 


A 1 7 7 


J an 


6 1 74 


Jon Taylor 


6131 ^XJ 


Karen Gardner 


A 1 7 7 


rs.im i ayio r 


A 1 7 


Nancy Taylor 






14. 413 


Colleen Anderson 


^ A /I 1 :i u 
1 4. 4 1 D h 


Keed Chester 


1 A /I 1 C 1 

14. 4151 


i yle r A. 




S) Uivlivlr^KriA i o 


^ A AAA 

1 4 . 444 


Bethany Ann 


1/1 4 y1 9 
14, '*4 C 


C and ice 


^ A A 9 


Clyde Dixon 


1 4. 4 


Clyde J. 






14. 43 


Diana { Graham ) 


14. 443 


Eric Allen 


14. 44 w 


Janice Gayle Allen 


14.441 


Michael Allen 


14.44 


Michael Dixon 


14.45 


Sandra ( Pitcher ) 


14.41 


Sarah ( Anderson ) 


14.4 


Sarah Vera Dixon 




■Plmlw 








Family Photo- 




■Homo Photo- 



- 6 picko rhavon Hom e 



500 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 




I.D, No, 






TAGGART 




TAYLOR 


211 5 h 


Douglas Andrew 


6441 


Emily 


2115 


Erin Jean Shaw 


63 w 


Ethel L. Scott 


21 1 52 


Robert John 






21151 


Ste phanie 


6 7 w 


Ethelyn Peterson 




TANG REN 






n . 2 h 


James Colin 


12.21 h 


Floyd R. 






6415 


George Green 


11.23 


James Dixon 


625 


George Terry 


11.2 


Mildred Dixon 


64 


Henry Dixon 








Ph nt c 




















■Homo Pheta. 






11 . 22 


Nancy Ann ( Ford ) 






11.21 


Sharon Lynn f Beyers ) 


641 


Henry Dixon, Jr. 




TAYLOR 


641 1 


Henry Dixon III 


65 


Alice Loaise ( Nelson ) 


6321 


James Hoen 


6254 


Allen Craig 


632 


James Scott 


64 w 


Alta Hansen 


622 


Janice { DeGraw ) 




Photo 


621 


John Arthur 


6433 


Amelia Katharine 


6211 


John Arthur, J r. 


6414 


Amy 


6333 


John Tanner 


632. 1 1 


Anna 


631 


Julia ( Anderson ) 


644 2 


Anna 


6326 


Julie 


6523 


Anna Lise 


12. 214 


Julie Ann ( Moosman ) 


642 


Anthony Hansen 


624 


Kathryn Dee (Brockbank) 


61 


Arthur Dixon 


6324 


Kathy 




-Photo 


612 


Kent G. 






6329 


Kent Hoen 






644 w 


Kristine Boynton 






12. 2132 


Leslie Ann 


6 h 


Arthur Nicholls 


12. 215 


Lisa Jeanne 




-VorY B^^8^ Ltfa SV.atch 


12. 21 2 w 


Lori Dunford 


641 3 


Bradford Green 


643 w 


Lorna Bird 


6417 


Brigham Green 


634 


Louise ( Woodruff ) 


621 w 


Catherine Pearson 


62 


Lynn Dixon 


62 w 


Celestia M. Johnson 




Photo 




■Phntm 




Hictary 


66 


Clarence Dixon 




"Our homa on thg hill 








Family Photn, 


641 


Colette Green 




Womc Photo 


1 2. 21 1 


Colleen ( Densley ) 






1 2. 21 21 


Cori Lynn 


623 


Lynn Anne ( Richards ) 


644 


David Arthur 


6 


Maria Louise Dixon 


6325 


David Hoen 






6252 


David Lynn 




Vory Briof Lifo Sket. 


6213 


David Pearson 


12. 21 


Mary Lou Dixon 


632 w 


Deanna Kay Hoen 


61 w 


Maurine Goodridge 


625 w 


Debra Sue Wagstaff 






641 1 w 


Denise Meshinski 


641 8 


Megan 


6331 


Diane ( Hodson) 


613 


Nancy ( Stewart ) 


12.213 w 


Diane Taylor 


633 w 


Nancy Lee Tanner 


614 


Dixie { Frampton ) 


6416 


Nicole 


12.212 


Douglas Dixon 


67 


Orson Kenneth 


6251 


Douglas Dixon 




Photo 


61 1 


Elayne ( Fisher ) 




-Hictary. 


63 


Elton LeRoy 




■Homo Photoi 














633 


Paul Scott 






6334 


Paul Scott, Jr. 






6443 


Phillip David 




•Faiim Photo. 


641 1 1 


Rachel 



501 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DKON 



I.D. No 

TAYLOR 
12, 213 Richard Floyd 

68 Ruth Elaine { Kartchner ) 

6322 Scott Hoen 
12.2131 Scott Richardson 
12. 2122 Stacey Lee 

643 Stephen Kroge 

6431 Stephen Kroge, Jr. 

6327 Steven Hoen 
632.10 Susan 

6323 Teri 
6212 Thomas 

6412 Thomas Green 

6328 Thomas Hoen 
6 33 2 Wayne Tanner 

6432 William Oliver 
TEGEDER 

82111 Andrew Robert 

821 1 h Robert William 

821 1 2 Troy Dixon 

8211 Wendy Lee Simmons 

TEMPEST 
12. 313 Daniel Dixon 

12.31 Diane Dixon 

12. 31 h John Henry III 
12,312 Stephen Dixon 

12.311 Terri Lynn (Williams) 

12.314 William Henry 

TURNER 
10. 14 Annette Ririe 

10. 142 Reed Martin 

10. 144 Rhett Marshall 

10, 145 Rick Mathew 

10. 141 Robert Morris 

10. 14 h Ronald Morris 
10. 143 Ryan Michael 

TYLER 
6812 Daniel Kartchner 

681 3 Jennilynn 
681 Linda Kartchner 

6811 Michael 
6814 Ruth Ann 

781 h Steven L. 

WADE 

12.42 Barbara Ballif 

12. 42 h Blaine 

12. 423 Daniel George 

12.421 David Kenneth Olson 

12.4211 Kristalyn 

12.421 w Lynne Harris 

12. 422 Pamela Olson 

WAGSTAFF 
13.2 Afton Dixon 

Photo . 

■Hiettjryi 

Family Phot a 

Il o mii Ph s t a 
1 3. 233 Brenda Ann 

13. 231 Cindi Rae 
13. 2 h Dermont W. 

Photo . 

13.21 Donna Mae (Olson) 



I.D. No. 

WAGSTAFF 
13. 23 Gary Mont 

13. 23 w Jolene Robb 
13.24 Kathleen ( Yorgason ) 

1 3. 232 Mark Allen 

13, 22 Norma Jean ( Johnson ) 

13.234 Stacey 

WAKEFIELD 
81 12 h Alan Blaine 

8112 Beverly Ann Boshard 

81121 Lori Ann 

811.22 Michelle 
81123 Scott 

WARNER 
688 Mary Ann Kartchner 

688 h Steven Lane 

WATERMAN 
4613 Bradley James 

461 1 David Glen 
461 h Glen 

4612 Michael Curtis 
461 Miriam Harding 

WEAVER 
12. 112 h David Gary 
12. 1 121 Dustin David 
12. 112 Lynda Ann Lowe 

WELLING 

21211 Bart Harrison 
21213 Cassandra Ann 
2121 h David Robert 

2121 Linda Lucille Harrison 

21212 Mathew Dean 
WEST 

15.11 Audrey Lorraine 
15.1231 Christine Marie 
15.122 Denise Irene ( Rowley ) 

15.12 Donald Lynn 

" Ou r eon v GPoion to tho 

Donald Lynn, Jr. 
George Washington 

- Vepy BFiof Lifo Sk. a t c h 
Harriet Amelia Dixon 

Vary Bpiof Life SUotoh 



15. 123 
15. h 

15. 

15. 123 w 
15. 12 w 
15. 1 



Helen Kae Neilsen 
Jackie Jean Ricks 
Lynn Dixon 
Ph o to . 

-Short HiBtnry ■ 
Family Ph o t o 
15. 1 w Mabel May Hansen f Photo> 
15.121 Susan Lynne f McKibben ) 

15.12 w Winifred Marie Marker 

WILDER 
13. 1 223 Connie 
13. 122 Pauline Dixon 

13. 122 h Thomas C. 

WILLIAMS 
12. 311 h Brooke S. 
12.311 Terri Lynn Tempest 



502 



INDEX TO DESCENDANTS OF H. A. DIXON 



I.D. No. 

WIGGINS 
21161 Bradford Jay 
21 16 h Jay Brad 
2116 Phyllis Anita Shaw 

WITTE 
733 1 1 Crystal Star 

7331 Kellie Jean Elliott 

733 1 h Wesley Taylor 

WOOD 

6342 Becky Lynn Woodruff 

6342 h David 

63421 Jenifer Lynn 

63422 Trevor Martin 
WOODRUFF 

6343 Barry Clifford 

6342 Becky Lynn ( Wood ) 

634 h Clifford A. 

634 Louise Taylor 

6344 Russell Elton 
6341 Shelly K. ( Craig ) 

6345 Taylor Jarvis 
6346 Wendy Louise 



I.D. No. 

VAKSINICK 

73112 April Ann 

7311 h Kurt R. 

73111 Rudolph Kurt 

7311 Terri Mae Dixon 

YORGASON 

13. 24 h Blaine M 

13. 245 Daniel Gayle 

13.244 David Travis 

13.24 Kathleen Wagstaff 

13. 246 Michelle 

1 3. 242 Nathan 

13. 243 Steven 

13.241 Tamara Lynn 



503 



504 



BEULAH BOARDMAN LAUGHTON 
BOARDMAN FAMILY CHART 

( Please Refer To P- 207) 



505 



Kenneth T. Kartchner - Beulah's Chart 
I.D. # 2.6.6.8.^ 



506 



BEULAH LAUGHTON (BOARDMAN) FAMILY CHART 
INCLUDING John R. Bulmer Chart AND OTHER NAMES 

Page 1 

1 . William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 (b.1768 d.1825) 

sp: Margaret HAYES-Ow (c.1772 m.1795 d.1823) 
— 2. Mary BOARDMAN-1 (b. 1 795 d. 1 837) 

sp: William John EARL-lh (b.1800 m.1822 d.1853) 

^ 3. John EARL- 1.1 (b.1824) 

— 3. George EARL- 1.2 (b.1826) 

— 3. Sarah EARL-1.3 (b.1828) 

— 3. Sophia Benison EARL-1.4 (b.1829) 

sp: Herbert Jones RUBIDGE-1.4h (b. 1 826 m. 1846 d. 1860) 

— 4. Mary Payne RUBIDGE-1. 4.1 (b.l847) 

— 4. Sarah RUBIDGE-1.4.2 (b.1849) 

sp: Peter MORKEL-1.4.2h 

— 5. Arthur RUBIDGE MORKEL-1. 4.2.1 (b.1873) 
sp: Alice SOUTHEY- 1 .4.2. 1 w (b.1 875) 
|— 6. Rhoda MORKEL-1421 1 

sp: Charles MORGAN-14211h 

sp: Graham Fenwick WRIGHT-14211h2 

— 6. Reggie MORKEL-1 421 2 

sp: Ann THORNE-14212w 

— 7. John MORKEL-142121 

sp: Rosemary DUNLOP-142121w 

— 8. Philippa MORKEL-142121 1 

— 8. Mary MORKEL-1 421 21 2 

— 8. Jeremy MORKEL-1421213 

— 8. Campbell MORKEL-1421214 

— 8. Antony MORKEL-1421215 
L 8. John MORKEL-1421 216 

— 7. Rex MORKEL-1 421 22 

sp: Patricia SCOTT-LANE- 1 42 1 22w 

— 8. Diana MORKEL-142121 

— 8. Arthur MORKEL-1421 222 

— 8. Brian MORKEL-1 421 223 
l— 8. Keith MORKEL-1 421 224 

l— 7. DavidMORKEL-142123 

sp: Joan WILLIAMS-142123w 
; — 8. Patricia MORKEL-1 421 231 

— 8. Coral MORKEL-1 421 232 

8. Deborah MORKEL-1421233 

— 6. Vincent MORKEL-1 421 3 

— 6. Cecil MORKEL-14214 

sp: Betty MORKEL-14214w 

— 7. Clive MORKEL-1 421 41 

sp: Pat STOBART-142141W 

— 8. Brian MORKEL-1 421 411 (b.1970) 
'— 8. Derrick MORKEL-1 421 41 2 

— 7. Meryl MORKEL-142142 

— 7. Alan MORKEL-1 421 43 
7. BarryMORKEL-142143 

j — 6. Clifford MORKEL-14215 

507 



Descendants of William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 

01JUI1997 

sp: Sheila NORMAN-14215w 

— 6. Ernest MORKEL-14216 

— 6. Corolie MORKEL-14217 

— 6. Cynthia MORKEL-14218 

— 6. Ronald Norman MORKEL-1 421 9 

— 6. Antony Brian MORKEL-1 4220 

— 5. Hilda MORKEL-1. 4.2.2 {b.1875) 

sp: J. ELEY-1.4.2.2h (b.1873) 

— 5. Minnie MORKEL-1. 4.2.3 {b.1878) 

sp: Fred ALEXANDER-1.4.2.3h (b.1874) 

— 5. May MORKEL-1. 4.2.4 (b.1878) 

sp: CORSER-1.4.2.4h (b.1878) 

— 5. Olive MORKEL-1. 4.2.5 (b.1882) 

sp:TOWNSEND-1.4.2.5h (b.1880) 

— 6. Clare TOWNSEND- 14251 

— 6. Vernon TOWNSEND-1 4252 

— 6. Guy (Bobby) TOWNSEND-1 4253 

— 6. Elaine TOWNSEND-14254 

— 6. Wendy TOWNSEND-1 4255 
'— 6. Atherton TOWNSEND-1 4256 

— 5. Ernest MORKEL-1. 4.2.6 

I 

— 5. Ivy MORKEL-1. 4.2.7 (b.1888) 

sp: Theophilus Cecil FYNN- 1 .4.2.7h (b. 1 885) 

— 6. Jean FYNN-1 4271 

sp: Seymour SMITH-14271h 

— 7. Jennifer S. SMlTH-14271 1 

sp: Jean LA FITTE-142711h 

— 8. Danielle LA FITTE-14271 1 1 

— 8. Sara LA FITTE-14271 12 

8. Jeanlac LA FITTE-1 4271 1 3 
sp: Basil FARRANT-14271h2 

— 7. Jonathan FARRANT-142712 

— 7. Hilary FARRANT-142713 

sp: HARTLEY- 1 4271 3h 
^ 7. Kim FARRANT-142714 

— 6. Margaret FYNN-1 4272 

sp: LIDDLE-14272h 

sp: HAMILTON-14272h2 

— 6. Mildred FYNN-1 4273 

sp: M. DAVIS-14273h 

— 7. Richard DAVIS-1 42731 

7. Antony DAVIS-1 42732 (b.1955) 

— 6. Vivian FYNN- 14274 

sp: Tony GRIFFITH-14274h 

— 7. Heather GRIFFITH-1 42741 
L- 7. Michael GRIFFiTH-142742 

6. Farewell FYNN-1 4275 
sp: Pat KERR-14275W 
|— 7. Leonard FYNN-1 42751 



508 



Descendants of William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 



01 Jul 1997 



Page 3 



— 7. Elizabeth Pi'NN-1 42752 
7. Linda FYNN-1 42753 

sp: Shirley MARTI N-14275W2 
I— 7. Terry FYNN-1 42754 (b.1969) 
4. Louisa RUBIDGE-1. 4.3 (b.1851) 
4. Robert Henry RUBIDGE-1 .4.4 (b.1852) 

sp: Agnes RUBIDGE-1. 4.4W (b.1854) 
4. Herbert Earl RUBIDGE-1 .4.5 (b.1853) 
4. Florence RUBIDGE-1. 4.6 (b.1857) 
4. Ernest RUBIDGE-1 .4.7 (b. 1 858) 
sp: Maria (Minnie) SMUTS-1.4.7W (b.1860 m.1880) 

— 5. Mary RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.1 (b.1881) 

— 5. Herbert RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.2 (b.1883) 

— 5. Sophia RUBIDGE-1. 4.7.3 (b.1886) 
3. Mary Elizabeth EARL-1 .5 (b. 1 832) 

sp: Thomas Philip Ogden MATHEW Dr. (b.1856) 
4. Florence Mary MATHEW (b.l859) 
sp: Charles Herman Shaw RHODES (b.1856) 

— 5. Thomas Cyian RHODES (b.1879) 
sp: Maud Hester REMINGTON 

5. Vera Maud RHODES (b.1881) 
sp: Robert Seftimus CRAWFORD (b.1877) 

— 6. Ivan George Jack CRAWFORD (b.1906) 

— 6. George Hamilyn Earl CRAWFORD (b.1908) 
sp: Hilda OSBORNE 
sp: Helen Consynus RAFA 

6. Beryl Eileen CRAWFORD (b.1912) 
sp: John Jack DYASON- (b.1907 m.1036) 

— 7. Ann Clare DYASON (b. 1936) 
sp: Cornells Janse DEJAGER (b.1920 m.1958) 
— 8. Anne Helen DEJAGER (b.1959) 
'— 8. David John DEJAGER (b.1961) 

7. Maragaret Jean DYASON (b.1939) 

sp: Michael GRAVELLI 
7. John DYASON (b. 1945) 

— 6. Noreen Margaret CRAWFORD (b.1916) 
sp: Wyndham GORDON (b.1916 d.1960) 

6. Jean Pamela CRAWFORD (b.1922) 
sp: Leslie ATKINSON 

— 5. Constance Mabel RHODES (b. 1883) 
sp: William Rowe EALES 

— 5. Porter Florence RHODES (b.1 885) 
sp: Reginald THORNTON 

— 5. Basil RHODES (b.1 888) 
sp: Dolores JORGENSON 
sp: Doris. HUNDLE 
sp: CLASSENS 

— 4. Jessie Hope MATHEW 
sp: Clarence DEWITT 



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Descendants of William BOARDMAN Reverend-0 

01 Jul 1997 Page 4 

I 

I — 4. Emmeline Mary Earie MATHEW 

sp: Arthur Sidney HOOK 

— 4. Charles Ogden MATHEW 

sp: Edith LEE 
' — 4. Augustus Thomas MATHEW 
sp: Ida MCMASTER 
— 2. Judith BOARDMAN-2 (b.1796 d.1865) 

sp: John Henry DIXON-2 H (b. 1 786 m. 1826 d. 1826) 
— 3. Anne Judith DIXON-2.1 (b.1826 d.1877) 
sp: Johan Godlieb HARTMAN-2.1h (d.1862) 
\— 4. JohnHARTMAN-2.1.1 (b. 1 850 d. 1927) 

— 4. Henry HARTMAN-2. 1 .2 (b. 1 852 d. 1 928) 

sp: Mary Ann NEWSON-2.1.2w (b. 1 849 d. 1920) 

— 5. Edwin Henry HARTMAN-2. 1.2.1 (b.1884 d.1884) 

— 5. Violet Annie HARTMAN-2.1.2.2 (b.1886) 
; sp: Clarence WEAKLEY-2.1.2.2h (m.1929) 

'— 5. Owen Dixon HARTMAN-2.1. 2.3 (b. 1 889 d. 1895) 

— 4. Jessie Elizabeth HARTMAN-2. 1.3 (b.1854d.1911) 

sp: Donald Murdock MC DONALD-2.1.3h (b.1856 m.1891 d.1928) 

— 5. Florence Mary MC DONALD-2. 1 .3. 1 (b. 1 892 d. 1 972) 

sp: Joseph RADFORD-2. 1 .3. 1 h (b. 1 894 d. 1 981 ) 

— 6. Deryck Vincent RADFORD-21 311 (b.1919 d.1993) 

sp: Joy Elizabeth NE WTON-2 1 31 1 w (b. 1 923) 

— 7. Bryan Vincent RADFORD-21 31 1 1 (b.1948) 

sp: Charis Margaret FEUERHEERD-213111w (b.1949) 

— 7. Clyve Wesley RADFORD-21 31 12 (b.1952) 

sp: Catherine Louise Bridget MOORE-2131 12w (b.1955) 
8. Bridget Elizabeth RADFORD-21 31 121 (b.1993) 

— 7. Owynne Herbert RADFORD-2131 13 (b.1955) 

sp: Annett VIUOEN-213113W (b.1959) 

— 8. Russell Deryck RADFORD-2131 131 (b.1982) 
'— 8. Jessica Joy RADFORD-2131 132 (b.1986) 

— 7. LyellJoseph RADFORD-2131 14 (b.1955) 

sp: Elizabeth Anne NORCOTT-213114w (b.1953) 

— 8. Jennifer Ann RADFORD-21 31 141 (b.1987) 
^ 8. Alexander John RADFORD-2131 142 (b.1990) 

^ 7. Allyn James RADFORD-2131 15 (b.1958) 
sp: Nerise Ann FRENCH-213115w (b.1958) 

— 8. Kirsten Angelique RADFORD-2131 151 (b.1985) 

— 8. Rebekah Meriam RADFORD-2131 152 (b.1987) 
sp: Suzanne RADFORD-2131 15w2 (b.1963) 

— 6. Joyce Mavis RADFORD-21 31 2 (b.1921) 

— 6. Sylvia Grace RADFORD-21313 (b.1923) 

— 6. Yvonne Beryl RADFORD-21 314 (b.1927) 

sp: James Godrey Harold WINTER-21314h (b.1930) 

— 7. Meryl Marjorie WINTER-213141 (b.1957) 

sp: Terrence Alfred Simeon BUBB-213141h (b.1952 d.1985) 

— 8. Terrence James BUBB-2 131 411 (b.1981) 

— 8. Luke Alfred BUBB-2131412 (b.1983) 

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01 Jul 1997 



Page 5 



sp: Tony Alan BERKELEY-213141h2 {b.1953) 
I— 8. Kimble-Lee StaceyBERKELEY-2131413 (b.1988) 
7. Anthony Michael WINTER-213142 (b.1959) 
sp: Rita Dawn HEIN-213142w (b.1966) 

8. Melissa Dawn WINTER-21 31 421 (b.1985) 
8. Shanna Marie WINTER-2131422 (b.1987) 
8. Michael Adam WINTER-21 31 423 (b.1992) 
7. Wendy Margaret WINTER-21 31 43 (b.1961) 
sp: Craig Kenneth MONK-213143h (b.1960) 
8. Joanne MONK-2131431 (b.1984) 
8. Chadri MONK-2131432 (b.1990) 
^ 6. Mervyn Desmond RADFORD-21315 (b.1930) 
sp: June Marie WH YTE-21 31 5w (b. 1 931 ) 

7. Mark Geoffrey RADFORD-213151 (b.1958) 
7. Graham Walter RADFORD-213152 (b.1959) 
7. Glenda June RADFORD-213153 (b.1960) 
sp: Timothy Mari< GOETZE-213153h (b.1959) 
— 8. Ryan Kurt GOETZE-2131531 (b.1987) 
I— 8. Ashley MayGOETZE-2131532 (b.1990) 
^ 5. Dorothy Violet MC DONALD-2.1 .3.2 (b.1 894) 
sp: Clifford VEYSIE-2.1.3.2h (b.1892) 
^ 6. Donald Clifford VEYSiE-21 321 (b.1930) 

sp: Pamela Margaret PERRY-21321w (b.1 935) 
— 7. Michael Clifford VEYSIE-21321 1 (b.1 957) 
7. Ian William VEYSIE-21 321 2 (b.1959) 
sp: Deborah HORNE-21 321 2w (b.1964) 
4. William HARTMAN-2.1.4 (b.1857 d.1933) 
sp: Florence Elizabeth MCCLOED (b.1875 m.1901 d.1959) 
5. Edna May HARTMAN (b.1 902 d.1902) 

— 3. Joseph DIXON-2.2 (b.1 828) 
3. Margaret DIXON-2.3 (b.1 829) 
3. Ellen DlXON-2.4 (b. 1 830 d. 1 831 ) 
3. John Boardman DIXON-2.5 (b.1 832 d.1832) 

— 3. Henry Aldous DIXON-2.6 (b. 1 835 d. 1884) 
sp; Sarah DEGREY-2.6w (b.1 844 m.1865 d.1926) 
\— 4. Henry Alfred DIXON-2.6. 1 (b. 1 885 d. 1867) 
— 4. John DeGrey DIXON-2.6.2 (b. 1 867 d. 1923) 

4. Arthur DeGrey DIXON-2.6.3 (b.1869 d.1911) 
H 4. Maria Louise DlXON-2.6.6 (b. 1 872 d. 1947) 

sp: Arthur Nicholls TAYLOR (b.1870 m.1894 d.1935) 

— 5. Arthur Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.1 (b.1895 d.1979) 

— 5. Lynn Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.2 (b. 1 898 d. 1967) 

— 5. Elton LeRoy TAYLOR-2.6.6.3 (b.1 900 d. 1992) 

— 5. Henry Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.4 (b. 1 903 d. 1987) 

— 5. Alice Louise TAYLOR-2.6.6.5 (b.1 906) 

— 5. Clarence Dixon TAYLOR-2.6.6.6 (b.1909) 

— 5. Orson Kenneth TAYLOR-2.6.6.7 (b.1913 d.1940) 
5. Ruth Elaine TAYLOR-2.6.6.8 (b.1917) 

4. Ernest DeGrey DIXON-2.6.8 (b.1873 d.1938) 



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^ 4. Charles Owen DIXON-2.6.10 (b. 1 875 d. 1943) 

— 4. Walter DeGreyDIXON-2.6.12 (b.1877 d.1921) 

— 4. LeRoy DIXON-2.6.14 (b.1881 d.1926) 

— 4. Arnold DIXON-2.6.16 (b. 1 884 d. 1960) 

sp: Mary Ann SMITH-2.6w2 (b.1852 m.1869 d.1907) 

— 4. Alice Smith DIXON-2.6.4 (b. 1 870 d. 1 948) 

— 4. Sarah Ann DIXON-2.6.5 (b.1871 d.1950) 

— 4. William Aldous DIXON-2.6.7 (b. 1 873 d. 1937) 

— 4. Robert Smith DIXON-2.6.9 (b.1874 d.1874) 

— 4. Albert Fredrick DIXON-2.6. 11 (b.1876 d.1945) 

— 4. Parley Smith DIXON-2.6. 13 (b. 1 878 d. 1947) 

— 4. Harriett Amelia DIXON-2.6. 15 (b.1882 d.1931) 
L 3. Adelaid Catherine DIXON-2.7 (b.1837) 

— 2. Susannah BOARDMAN-3 (b. 1 798 d. 1 857) 

sp: Thomas JARMAN-3h (b.l797 m.1822) 

— 2. Thomas BOARDMAN-4 (b.1800) 

sp: Jane FUNIL0VE-4w (b.1807 m.1828) 

— 2. Margaret BOARDMAN-5 (b. 1 802 d. 1869) 

sp: William SMITH-5h (b.1792 m.1843) 

— 2. John Ashton BOARDM AN-6 (b. 1 804 d. 1 829) 

— 2. Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-7 (b.1806) 

sp: John CRAUSE-7h (b. 1 804 m. 1825) 

— 2. James Hayes BOARDMAN-8 (b.1808 d.1889) 

sp: Elizabeth DIXIE-8 w (b.1815 m.1834 d.1850) 
j— 3. Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 (b.1834) 

sp: Caroline Francis THOMAS-8.1 w2 (b.1841 m.1861) 

— 4. Jane Sophia Holder BOARDMAN-8. 1.2 (b.1862) 

sp: Greville William MALLET-8.1.2h (b.1855) 

— 5. Greville William Harold MALLET-8. 1.2.1 (b.1886 d.1887) 

— 5. Hugh Francis Phillip MALLET-8. 1 .2.2 (b. 1 887 d. 1 9 1 8) 

sp: Lilian WHAL-8.1.2.2W 

— 5. Edith Ermyntrude MALLET-8. 1.2.3 (b.1890) 

— 5. Gladys Lilian MALLET-8. 1.2.4 (b. 1 892 d. 1893) 

— 5. Algernon Crause Bathurst MALLET-8. 1.2.5 (b.1896) 

sp: Madeline Henrietta HESSELMAN-8. 1 .2.5w (b. 1 887 m. 1 925) 
[— 6. Elaine Frances MALLET-81 251 {b.1926) 
sp: Madeline GORDIE-8.1.2.5w2 

— 5. Alexandra Thelma MALLET-8. 1.2.6 (b.1898) 

sp: Walter ALTERN-8.1.2.6h 

— 5. Dorothea Hope MALLET-8. 1.2.7 (b.1902) 
5. Ashton Eslaide MALLET-8.1. 2.8 (b.1904) 

— 4. Ebenezer Cecil BOARDMAN-8. 1.3 (b.1864 d.1923) 

sp: Hester ENGLEBRECHT-8.1.3w (m.1884 d.1957) 

— 5. Philip Martin Hayes BOARDMAN-8.1. 3.1 

— 5. Gertrude Johanna BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.2 i 

— 5. Edith Virile BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.3 I 

— 5. Francis Cecil Rhodes BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.4 I 
j 5. Constance Olive BOARDMAN-8. 1.3.5 I 

— 4. Philip DIXIE BOARDMAN-8. 1.4 (b. 1 866 d. 1946) 1 



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4. Edith Letitia BOARDMAN-8.1.5 (b.1868 d.1885) 
4. Clement Hamilton Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1 .6 (b. 1 870 d. 1 946) 
sp: Lillian Gertrude DOYLE-8. 1 .6 w (b. 1 874 m. 1 898 d. 1 948) 
[— 5. Edna Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.1 (b. 1 899 d. 1900) 
5. Redverse Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.2 (b.1901 d.1946) 
sp: Christina FROST-8.1.6.2w (m.1921) 

— 6. Corinne Gertrude Crause BOARDMAN-81 621 (b.1923) 
sp: Garfield THOMAS-81 621 h (m. 1 945) 

— 7. Vivian THOMAS-81 6211 (b.1948) 
7. GlenTHOMAS-816212 (b.1951) 

sp: Graham ANTHONY-81621h2 (m.1965) 
^ 6. Ann Crause BOARDMAN-81 622 

sp: Jan VanTONDER-81622h (m.1943) 
1— 7. Vicky Van TONDER-81 6221 (b.1968) 
5. Neville Crause BOARDMAN-8. 1.6.3 (b.1902 d.1983) 
sp:GwenHUNT-8.1.6.3w (m.1933) 

6. Clifford Hamilton BOARDMAN-81 631 
sp: Jean ROBINSON-81631w 
7. Peter BOARDMAN-81 6311 
7. Victor BOARDMAN-81 631 2 
sp: Gienys KITCHING-81631w2 
7. Richard BOARDMAN-816313 
7. Bridget BOARDMAN-81 631 4 
I— 6. Jean BOARDMAN-81 632 (b.1938) 
sp: Garth CHRIST! AN-81632h 

7. Glen CHRISTIAN-816321 (b.1962) 
^ 7. Susy CHRISTIAN-816322 (b.1966) 
H 6. Maureen BOARDMAN-81 633 (b.1940) 
sp: Mees NEDERLOF-81633h 

— 7. Claire NEDERLOF-81 6331 (b.1960) 

— 7. Michelle NEDERLOF-81 6332 (b.1962) 

— 7. Jeanette NEDERLOF-81 6333 (b.1966) 

— 7. Theo NEDERLOF-81 6334 (b.1967) 
6. Winston BOARDMAN-81 634 (b.1944) 

sp: Fran BOARDMAN-81634w 
sp: Eve BOARDMAN-81 634w2 

— 5. Patrick Basil BOARDMAN-8.1.6.4 (b.1904) 
sp: Grace PRINSLOO-8.1.6.4w {m.1962) 

— 5. Cecil Crause BOARDMAN-8.1. 6.5 (b.1907 d.1981) 
sp: Elvah GLOVER-8.1.6.5w (m.1939 d.1994) 

— 6. Diane BOARDMAN-81 651 (b.1940) 
sp: MCKENNA-81651h 

^ 7. Michael MCKENNA-81 6511 (b.1971) 
6. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-81 652 (b.1 941) 
sp: John David DES FOUNTAIN-81652h 

7. Mark John DES FOUNTAIN-816521 (b.1 968) 
7. Janine DES FOUNTAIN-8 16522 (b.1971) 
|— 6. Anthea BOARDMAN-81 653 (b.1 933 d.1994) 
sp: George Richard MAWSON-81 653h 



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— 7. Pamela Hazel MAWSON-816531 (b.1968) 

— 7. Angela Anthea MAWSON-81 6532 (b.1970) 
^ 7. Susan MAWSON-81 6533 (b.1972) 

6. JohnBOARDMAN-81654 (b.1945) 
sp: Priscilla Jane SCAWTHON-81 654w (b. 1 942) 
L— 7. Sarah Eifa SCAWTHON-81 6541 (b.1979) 

— 5. GraceCrauseBOARDMAN-8.1.6.6 (b. 1 908 d. 1973) 

sp: James Quinton Dashwood DE LACY-8. 1 .6.6h (b. 1 899 d. 1 945) 
\— 6. Colleen Dashwood DE LACY-81661 (b.1938) 
sp: Ian SUMMERSON-81661h (b.1932 m.1964) 

— 7. EvanSUMMERSON-816611 (b.1968) 
I— 7. Christine SUMMERSON-81 66 12 (b.1975) 

^ 6. Denise Dashwood DE LACY-8 1662 (b.1 940) 
sp: Robin DAVIS-81662h (b.1938) 

— 7. Anthony DAVlS-816621 (b.1961) 
I— 7. Quinton DAVIS-81 6622 (b.1 963) 

— 5. CorinneCrauseBOARDMAN-8.1.6.7 (b. 1 909 d. 1933) 

sp: Arthur Robert Peter BADEN-POWELL Lord-8.1.6.7h (b.1 91 3 m.1935 d.1962) 
I— 6. Robert BADEN-POWELL-81 671 (b.1936) 
sp: Patience BATTY-81671w 

— 6. Michael David BADEN-POWELL-81 672 (b.1941) 

sp: Joan BERRYMAN-81672w 

— 7. David BADEN-POWELL-816721 (b.1971) 

— 7. Alexander BADEN-POWELL-816722 (b.1973) 
^ 7. Miles BADEN-POWELL-81 6723 (b.1 975) 

L- 6. Wendy BADEN-POWELL-81 673 (b.1944) 

— 5. Myrtle CrauseBOARDMAN-8. 1.6.8 (b.1912) 

sp: Norman MCCRANN-8. 1 .6.8h (m. 1 940) 

— 6. Prudence MCCRANN-81 681 (b.1944) 

sp: Cameron SMITH-81681h 

— 7. Laglan SMITH-816811 

— 7. AlaistairSMITH-816812 
7. PippaSMITH-816813 

— 6. Carol MCCRANN-81 682 (b.1944) 

sp: William PYNE-81682h 

— 7. Erin PYNE-816821 

I— 7. Bryanna PYNE-816822 
^ 6. Terrance MCCRANN-81 683 (b.1948) 
sp: Wilma MCCRANN-81683h 

— 7. Julian MCCRANN-81 6831 

— 7. Douglas MCCRANN-816832 

I— 7. Emily MCCRANN-81 6833 (b.1985) 
5. Edward CrauseBOARDMAN-8. 1.6.9 (b.1914 d.1915) 
— 4. William Thomas BOARDMAN-8.1.7 (b.1 871 d.1929) 

sp: Louisa Catherine BOSHOFF-8.1.7 w (b.1882 m.1909 d.1929) 

— 5. Neville Hayes BOARDMAN-8.1.7. 1 (d.1972) 

sp: Winifred Lucie BAKER-8.1.7.1w (d.1981) 

[— 6. Ivan BOARDMAN-81711 

I sp: Carol HODGKINSON-8171 1w 

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— 7. Neil BOARDMAN-817111 
7. Ian BOARDMAN-817112 

^ 6. Patrick BOARDMAN-81712 (b.1945) 
sp: Mavis CARR-81 71 2w (b.1947) 
^ 7. TyroneBOARDMAN-817121 (b.1974) 

— 5. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-8.1.7.2 (b.1913 d.1977) 

sp: Johanna Alida WANDRAS-8. 1 .7.2w (b. 1 920 m. 1 939) 

— 6. David William BOARDMAN-81721 (b.1941) 

sp: MotokoseTAKEBAYASHI-81721w (b.1948) 

— 7. Leslie Montaro BOARDMAN-81721 1 (b.1977) 
'— 7. KentTaroBOARDMAN-817212 (b.1979) 

— 6. Louise BOARDMAN-81 722 (b.1943) 

sp: Leonard Michael BANDS-81722h (b.1940) 

— 7. Jonathan William BANDS-817221 (b.1967) 

— 7. Mark Edward BANDS-81 7222 (b.1970) 

L- 7. Christopher James BANDS-81 7223 (b.1972) 

— 6. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 723 (b.1947) 

sp: Mary Ann LARSEN-81 723 w (b. 1 952 m. 1 974) 

— 7. Kirsten Lee BOARDMAN-817231 (b.1976) 
^ 7. Leslie Grey BOARDMAN-81 7232 (b.1977) 

>— 6. Thomas Andrew BOARDMAN-81 724 (b.1949) 

sp: Sheila Elizabeth BROOKS-81724w (b.1952 m.1973) 

— 7. Sarah Catherine BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1975) 

— 7. Amanda Caroline BOARDMAN-817242 (b.1977) 
^ 7. James Simon BOARDMAN-81 7243 (b.1983) 

5. Douglas Boshoff BOARDMAN-8. 1.7.3 (b.1918 d.1989) 
sp: Gloria Danella SUMMERS-8.1.7.3w (b.1920 m.1946) 

— 6. Heather Ashton BOARDMAN-81 731 (b.1947) 

sp: Anthony Edward Dixon SEAGAR-81731h (b.1947 m.1972) 

— 7. Marc Rdward SEAGAR-817311 (b.1974) 
'— 7. Lauren Anne SEAGAR(b.1 976) 

— 6. Lynette BOARDMAN-81 732 (b.1949) 

sp: Charles Prre Francois MARAIS-81732h (b.1950 m.1978) 

— 7. Lisa Ann MARAIS-817321 (b.1979) 

7. Graeme Charles MARAIS-817322 (b.1982) 

— 6. Douglas John BOARDMAN-81 733 (b. 1 954 d. 1 969) 

— 6. Stephen BOARDMAN-81 734 (b.1956) 

sp: Pamela Ann FRONEMAN-81724 w (b.1960 m.1988) 

— 7. Claire BOARDMAN-81 7241 (b.1985) 

^ 7. Richard Stephen BOARDMAN-817242 (b.1988) 
4. Lillian Maud BOARDMAN-8. 1.8 (b.1873) 
4. Emma Caroline Louisa BOARDMAN-8. 1 .9 (b.1875) 

sp: Charles Thomas EKRON-8.1.9h (m.1905) 
4. Holbrook Ashton BOARDMAN-8. 1.10 (b. 1 877 d. 1929) 
4. James BOARDMAN-8.1.11. (b. 1 879 d. 1967) 

sp: Eveleen May MEIRING-8.1.11.W (b. 1 888 m. 1907 d. 1972) 

— 5. Auriel BOARDMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 (b. 1 908 d. 1965) 

sp: Hyman Joseph H0FFMAN-8.1.11.1h 

[— 6. Colin Merton HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1.1 (b.1940) 

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sp: Rosalind H I LSON-8. 1 . 11 . 1 1 w 

— 7. David HOFFMAN-8. 1.11. Ill 

— 7. Michael HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1 12 

— 6. John HOFFMAN-8. 1.1 1.1.2 (b.1944) 
sp: Rowan ROENISH-8.1.1 1.12w 

— 7. Frederick HOFFMAN-81.1 1.121 

— 7. Freda HOFFMAN-81.1 1.122 
6. Dallah HOFFMAN-81.1 1.1.2 (b.1947) 

5. ElsaBOARDMAN-81.11.2 (b. 1 909 d. 1952) 
sp: James FLOCKHART-81.11.2h (b.1892 m.1939 d.1954) 

— 6. June FLOCKHART-81.1 1.2.1 (b.1963) 
sp: Stewart Alexander ROSS-81.11.21h (b.1940 m.1963) 

— 7. Stewart James ROSS-81.1 1.211 (b.1965) 

— 7. Sheryllyn May ROSS-81. 11.212 (b.1966) 

— 7. Irene Jane ROSS-81.1 1.213 (b.1968) 

— 7. David Alexander ROSS-81.1 1.214 (b.1969) 
^ 6. Auriel FLOCKHART-81.1 1.22 (b.1943) 

sp: Rodney Osborne DAWKINS-81.11.22h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 7. Leanne Patricia DAWKINS-81.1 1.221 (b.1966) 

— 7. Richard Paul DAWKINS-81.1 1.222 (b.1969) 
5. Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.3 (b.1911 d.1992) 

sp: Phyllis KlNG-81.11.3w (m.1940) 

L 6. Peter Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.31 (b.1941) 

sp: Sheila Reneira ROBERTSON-81.1 1.31w (b. 1 922 m. 1947) 
7. Shirley Anne BOARDMAN-81.1 1.311 (b.1950) 
sp: Geoffrey WEATHERHEAD-81.11.311h (b.1940 m.1975) 

— 8. Dusty Lee WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3111 (b.1977) 

— 8. Rhyn WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3112 (b.1980) 

— 8. Krystal WEATHERHEAD-81.11.3113 (b.1985) 
7. David Neville BOARDMAN-81.1 1.312 (b.1983) 

sp: Connie CHlNSEN-81 . 1 1 .31 2w 
sp: Janet Dawn PURDY-81.11.312w (m.1988) 
5. Pearl BOARDMAN-81.1 1.4 (b.1914) 
sp: Harold Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.4h (b.1921) 
^ 6. Peter Vernon HALLUMS-81.1 1.41 {b.1951) 

sp: Gillian Alice THORNHILL-81.1 1.41 (m.1984) 
L- 7. Lisa HALLUMS-81.1 1.411 
5. Vida BOARDMAN-81.1 1.5 (b.1919) 
sp: Douglas Marcus SIEBERT-81.11.5h (b.1921 m.1945) 

— 6. Peter Robin de Vos SlEBERT-81. 11.51 {b.1947) 
sp: Pamela Mary STOTT-81.1 1.51w (m.1969) 
[— 7. Sharron Louise de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.51 1 (b.1970) 
sp: Penelope Anne COLEMAN-81.11.51w2 (b.1950 m.1973) 

— 7. Timony-LeedeVois SIEBERT-81.1 1.512 (b.1977) 

— 7. Robin James de Vols SlEBERT-81.1 1.513 (b.1978) 
7. Sarah Anne deVoisSlEBERT-81. 11.514 (b.1981) 

— 6. Vemon Marcus de Vos SlEBERT-81. 11.52 (b.1948) 
sp: Jennifer de Vos SIEBERT-81.1 1.52w 

6. Sandra Louise de Vos SlEBERT-81 .1 1 .53 (b. 1 951 ) 

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— 5. Esme BOARDMAN-81 . 1 1 .6 (b. 1 922) 

sp: Hendrik Johannes NAUDE-81.11.6h 

— 5. Idris Peter James BOARDMAN-81. 11. 7 (b.1931) 
sp: Eleen May MURING-81.11.w2 (m.1907) 

— 4. Neville Garfield Hope BOARDMAN-8.1.12. (b.1881 d.1902) 

— 4. Caroline Elizabeth BOARDM AN-8. 1.13. (b. 1 883) 

sp: Mary Augusta B0ARDMAN-8.1w (b.1837 m.1857 d.1858) 
I— 4. James BOARDMAN-8.1.1 (b. 1 858 d. 1879) 
— 3. William John BOARDMAN-8.2 {b. 1 836 d. 1909) 
sp: Emma THOMAS-8.2 w (b. 1 839) 
|— 4. Elizabeth BOARDMAN-8.2. 1 (b.1860) 
sp: George Albert Ernest HARVEY-8.2.1h 

— 4. Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 (b.1861 d.1901) 

sp: Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w (m.1887) 

— 5. Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 

sp: Peter 0'CONNOR-8.2.2.1h 

[— 6. Evelyn Mary O'CONNOR-8221 1 (b.1912) 

1 

sp: John CURRIE-82211h 

— 7. Rosemary Kathleen CarlieseCURRIE-8221 11 (b.1941) 

sp: BRYANT-822111h 

8. Nicola BRYANT-8221 1 1 1 (b.1 966) 
sp: Gerthew MATHEW-8221 1 h2 

7. Christopher Gerthew Porter MATH EW-822 112 (b. 1 949) 
sp: Denise MANNING-8221 12w 

— 6. Thomas Peter O'CONNOR-8221 2 {b.1915) 

sp: Annie ROBERTS-82212W (m.1944) 

— 6. Ethel Nora Elizabeth O'CONNOR-8221 3 (b.1917) 

sp: Walter PROVOST-82213h (m.1940) 

— 7. Marion Nora PROVOST-8221 31 (b.1 941 d.1 984) 

sp: Howard DRURY-8221 31 h (m.1975) 

^ 8. Caroline Rose DRURY-8221 311 (b.1977) 

— 7. Irene Grace PROVOST-8221 32 (b.1943) 

sp: Alan Thornhill FISHER-822132h 
— 8. Wayne Thornhill FISHER-8221 321 (b.1963) 
L 8. Glen Thornhill FISHER-8221 322 (b.1965) 
sp: Peter LAUBSCHANGE-82213h2 (b.1941 m.1964 d.1984) 

— 7. Desiree AnnLAUBSCHANGE-822133 (b.1964) 
I— 7. CharieneDawnLAUBSCHANGE-822134 (b.1968) 

I— 6. Muriel Marie Stella O'CONNOR-8221 4 (b.1919 d.1940) 
sp: William FIELDS-82214h 

7. Child FIELDS-822141 (b.1940) 

— 5. Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 

sp: Johanna Adrianna VAN R0YN-8.2.2.2w 

— 6. Sheila BOARDMAN-82221 

sp: WINEARLS-82221h 

— 7. Christopher WINEARLS-82221 1 

— 7. Harold WINEARLS-82221 2 
I— 7. William WINEARLS-82221 3 

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p 5. William Hayes BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 

sp: Hester Helena DU TOIT-8.2.2.3W (b.1 903 m.1 926) 

— 6. Frances Roslna BOARDMAN-82231 (b.1 929) 

sp: Douglas SHARP-82231h (b.1910 m.1968) 
L 6. Aletta Louise BOARDMAN-82232 (b.1 933) 
sp: Frans KRUGER-82232h (b.1979 m.1954) 

— 7. Hester Helena KRUGER-822321 (b.1957) 

sp: W.J. BADENHURST-822321h (m.l98) 

— 8. Aletta BADENHURST-8223211 (b.1984) 

^ 8. Willem Johannes BADENHURST-8223212 (b.1986) 

— 7. Martha Louisa KRUGER-822322 (b.1 958) 

sp: Vivian DU TOIT-822322h (b. 1 950 m. 1 977) 

— 8. Hendre DU TOlT-8223221 (b.1 978) 

— 8. Loulette DU TOIT-8223222 (b.1 980) 
8. Frans DU TOrT-8223223 (b.1984) 

I— 7. Frances Hazel KRUGER-8223223 (b.1967) 

sp: Martinus Johannes VAN ZYL-822323h (m.1 986) 

— 5. Ivy Muriel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 

sp: Edward KINSLEY-8.2.2.4h (m.1 926) 

p- 6. Son KiNSLEY-82241 (b. 1 928 d. 1928) 

sp: Frederick Conroy KEOWN-8.2.2.4h2 

— 5. Duncan Humphrey BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 (b.1897) 

sp: Joyce CHADWICK-8.2.2.5w 
5. Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8.2.2.6 

— 4. John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 (b.1 863) 

sp: Emily Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3w (m.1894 d.1899) 

— 4. William Isaiah BOARDMAN-8.2.4 (b.1 865) 

— 4. James BOARDMAN-8.2.5 (b.1 866) 

sp: Frances Emily WYATT-8.2.5 w (b. 1 870 m. 1 890) 

— 5. Frederick William BOARDMAN-8.2.5.1 

— 5. Walter BOARDMAN-8.2.5.2 (b. 1 892 d. 1892) 

— 5. OLIVER Francis BOARDMAN-8.2.5.3 

— 5. Alice Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.5.4 (b.1884) 

sp: William James KEOWN-825. 1 3.h (m. 1 921 ) 

— 6. Lilian Alice KEOWN-82541 (b.1 924) 

sp: Robin DIMMOCK-82541h (b.1923 m.1948) 

— 7. Robin Charles DIMMOGK-82541 1 (b.1971) 

sp: Neithleigh BROPHY-82541 1 (m.1971) 

— 8. Cailim DIMMOCK-82541 1 1 (b.1971) 

— 8. Alyssa DIMMOCK-82541 12 (b.1977) 

sp: Rayanne Rutherford SMITH-82541 1 w2 (m.1982) 

— 7. Helen Christine DIMMOCK-82541 2 (b.1950) 

sp: Onelia Tavema TURISAN-825412h (b.1949) 

— 7. Margaret Mary DIMMOCK-82541 3 (b.1952) 

sp: Gary Duncan HAMILTON major-82541 3h (b.1 952) 

— 8. Sarah HAMILTON-8254131 (b.1983) 

8. Duncan Graham HAMILTON-8254132 (b.1 985) 
I— 7. William Robert DIMMOCK-82541 4 (b.1954) 
^ 6. Mary Frances KEOWN-82542 (b.1 932 d.1 984) 

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sp: John George DE BRUIN-82432h (b.1932) 

— 7. John George I DE BRUIN-825421 {b.1956) 

sp: Pamela HYDE-825421w 

— 8. Candice Alice DE BRUIN-825421 1 

I— 8. Devon DE BRUIN-825421 2 
sp: Pierre Grantley SMITH-82542h2 (m.1964) 
|— 7. Leigh Alice SMITH-825422 (b.1966) 
7. Shaun Wilfred SMITH-825423 (b.1968) 

— 5. Cecil Willoby BOARDMAN-8.2.5.5 

— 5. Mabel Ruth BOARDMAN-8.2.5.6 

sp: DAIRYMPLE-8.2.5.6h 
sp: John BLYTHE-8256h2 

— 5. James French BOARDMAN-8.2.5.7 

sp: Beatrice HAWLEY-8257w 

— 6. Yvonne BOARDMAN-82571 

sp: John TORIEN-82571h 

— 6. Daphne BOARDMAN-82572 

sp: LAMPRECHT-82572h 

— 7. Wendy LEMPRECHT-825721 
L- 7. Son LEMPRECHT-825722 

— 6. Valerie BOARDMAN-82573 

sp: NEETHLING-82573h 

— 6. Jean Dell BOARDMAN-82574 

sp: John Deli BOARDMAN-82574h (b. 1 936 m. 1 968) 

— 7. Jennifer BOARDMAN-825741 (b.1969) 

— 7. Victoria BOARDMAN-825742 (b.1971) 
7. Pamela BOARDMAN-825743 {b.1973) 

6. Dinah BOARDMAN-82575 

— 5. Clarence Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.5.8 

sp: Doris SMITH-8.2.5.8h 

— 6. Clarice May BOARDMAN-82581 (b.1934) 

sp: Hunter Charles BRADFiELD-82581h (b.1929 m.1952) 

— 7. Elena Lynne BRADFIELD-825811 {b.1953) 

sp: PRINGLE-825811h 
I— 7. Cheryl Dawn BRADFIELD-825812 (b.1957) 

— 6. Newton Trevor BOARDMAN-82582 (b.1935) 

sp: Shirley May HOWARD-82582w (b. 1 942 m. 1 959) 

— 7. Marcelle May BOARDMAN-825821 (b.1961) 

— 7. Gerald Wayne BOARDMAN-825822 (b.1963) 

— 7. Jennifer Anne BOARDMAN-825823 (b.1965) 
7. Tracy Lee BOARDMAN-825824 (b.1972) 

^ 6. Denis Clyde BOARDMAN-82583 (b.1939) 

sp: Jean Ann MACKINTOTH-82583w (b.1941 m.1963) 

— 7. Cathy Ann BOARDMAN-825831 (b.1963) 

— 7. Julie Lynne BOARDMAN-825832 (b.1967) 

— 7. Richard John BOARDMAN-825833 (b.1973) 
I— 7. Clint Gregory BOARDMAN-825834 (b.1976) 

— 5. Ronald Bennet BOARDMAN-8.2.5.9 

— 5. Hildred Czarina BOARDMAN-8.2.5. 10. (b. 1 906 d. 1984) 

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sp: Robert Brockley CROWDER-8.2.5.10.h 

— 6. MollyAmy CROWDER-825.10.1 (b.1927) 

sp: William GOWER-825.10.1h 

— 7. Trevor William GOWER-825.10.1.1 

— 7. Graham Robert GOWER-825.10.1. 2 
'— 7. Brian Lester GOWER-825.10.1. 3 

— 6. Raymond Peter CROWDER-825. 10.2 

sp: Shirley Ann MONROE-825.10.2w 

— 7. Peter Robin CROWDER-825. 10.21 

— 7. Andrew Raymond CROWDER-825. 10.22 

— 7. Jennifer Ann CROWDER-825. 10.23 
5. Marjorie Maud BOARDMAN-8.2.5.11. 

sp: Stephen MURRAY-825.1 1h 

— 6. Thora Frances MURRAY-825.1 1.1 (b.1925) 

1 

sp: Johannes Hercules VILJOEN-825.1 1.1 h (b.1921 m.1945) 
sp: MUNDELL-825.11.1h2 

— 7. Vivian Jean MUNDELL-825. 11.1.1 (b.1949) 

sp: Joseph COETZEE-825.1 1.1.1 
sp: VAN RENSBURG-825.1 1.1.1 
sp: Desmond JENSON-825.1 1.1.1 (m.1985) 

— 7. Lilien Frances MUNDELL-825. 11.1.2 (b.1956) 

sp: Derek Hugh PAXTON-825. 11.1.2 (b.1953 m.1979) 

— 8. Rozanne Lee PAXTON-825. 11.1.? (b.1980) 

— 8. Brian Wilfred Barlow PAXTON-825- 1 1.1.? (b.1982) 
^ 8. Shannon Frances PAXTON-825. 11.1.? (b.1986) 

7. Rene Lee MUNDELL-825.1 1.1.3 (b.1958) 
sp: Andrew Arthur SMITHEN-825.1 1.1.3 (b.1952 m.1981) 
L 8. Son SMITHEN-825.1 1.1.? 

— 6. Hillary MURRAY-825.1 1.2 

sp: FOURIE-825.11.2h 

— 7. Karen FOURIE-825.1 1 .2.1 

— 7. Michelle FOURIE-825.1 1.2.2 
sp: MURRELL-825.11.2h2 

L- 7. Deborah MURRELL-825.1 1.2.3 
sp: Sam VOS-825.11.h2 

— 6. James VOS-825.11.3 

sp: Susan BRISSON-825.1 1.3w 

— 7. Kevin VOS-825. 1 1 .3. 1 

— 7. Jennifer VOS-825. 11. 3.2 
1— 7. Deidre VOS-825.1 1 .3.3 

— 6. Lorraine VOS-825. 1 1 .4 

5. Doreen Emily BOARDMAN-8.2.5.12. 
sp: Hugh MOSS-825.12.h 

— 6. Geoffrey MOSS-825. 12.1 

— 6. Joan MOSS-825.12.2 

1 

sp: Brian DOYLE-825.12.2H 

— 6. Rhona MOSS-825.12.3 

sp: Noel JOHNSON-825.12.3H 

— 6. Colleen MOSS-825.12.4 

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— 5. Frances Olive BOARDMAN-8.2.5.13. 

sp: William James KEOWN-825.13.h 
^ 6. Anne Irene KEOWN-825.13.1 

sp: Charles ANDERSON-825.13.1h 

— 7. Sharon ANDERSON-825.13.1.1 (b.1964) 

sp: Nichols CHAPMAN-825.13.1.? 

— 7. Kim ANDERSON-825.13.1.2 (b.1965) 

— 7. Graham ANDERSON-825.13.1.3 (b.1968) 
7. BryanANDERSON-825.13.1.4(b.1972) 

— 5. Ediar Raleigh BOARDMAN-8.2.5.14. 

sp: Jane BABLE-825.14.W 

r— 6. JamesBOARDMAN-825.14.1 

— 6. Kenneth BOARDMAN-825.14.2 

— 6. Cyril BOARDMAN-825.14.3 

— 6. Claude BOARDMAN-825.14.4 

sp: Aletha Magdalena LAUBSON-825.14.w2 

— 4. Margaret Augusta BOARDMAN-8.2.6 (b.1869) 

— 4. William Charles BOARDMAN-8.2.7 (b.1 871 d. 1936) 

sp: Annie Sophia Maria CORY-8.2.7 w (b.1 878 m.1899 d.1953) 
[— 5. Georgina William BOARDMAN-8.2.7. 1 (b.1 900 d. 1980) 
sp: George GREEN-8.2.7.1h (d.1922) 

— 6. Rona Beryl GREEN-8271 1 (b.1 924 d.1968) 

sp: Max ORTEL-827.1.1h 

— 7. ORTEL-827111 

— 7. ORTEL-827112 
7. ORTEL-827113 

sp: Hendrik Ryne REYNEKE-8.2.7.1h2 (b.1905 m.1928) 

— 6. Nomian REYNEKE-82712 (b.1929) 

sp: JoeySMlTH-82712w (b.1934) 

— 7. Nonnan Hugh REYNEKE-827121 (b.1 957) 
L 7. WilnaREYNEKE-827122 (b.1959) 

sp: Calvin PITTAWAY-827122h (b.1 956 m.1980) 

— 8. LiezI PlTTAWAY-8271221 (b.1981) 

L- 8. Lorimer Ivan PlTTAWAY-8271222 (b.1984) 
L- 6. Denise REYNEKE-82713 (b.1933) 

1 

sp: Frikkie BOTHA-82713h (b.1 930 m.1956) 

— 7. Estelle BOTHA-827131 (b.1 958) 

sp: Daniel Nicholas POTGIETER (b.1 954) 

— 8. Daniel Nicholas I POTGIETER-827131 1 (b.1985) 
'— 8. Leande POTGIETER-8271312 (b.1991) 

L 7. Colin BOTHA-827132 (b.1 962) 

sp: Riana SM ALKWYK-8271 32w (b. 1 964 m. 1 986) 

— 8. Jaco BOTHA-827132 1 (b.1988) 
^ 8. Zander BOTHA-8271 322 (b.1991) 

— 5. Philip Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.7.2 (b.1 901 d.1980) 
sp: Magdalene V.D. WESTHUlZEN-8.2.7.2w (b.1 902) 
|— 6. Eari Philip BOARDMAN-82721 (b.1932) 

sp: Norma Isabel PEARSALL-82721w (b.1935 m.1929) 
j |— 7. Charlene Ann BOARDMAN-82721 1 (b.1956) 

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sp: Louis Mark VANDER MERWE-82721 1h (b.1955) 

— 8. Louis Mark I VANDER MERWE-82721 11 (b.1980) 
L- 8. Andre Neil VANDER MERWE-82721 12 (b.1982) 

— 7. Lauren Norma BOARDMAN-827212 (b.1959) 

sp: Michael ALARiC-827212h (b.1957) 
I— 8. Megan ALARiC-8272121 (b.1985) 
L- 7. Syndie Lou BOARDMAN-827213 (b.1963) 
sp; Glen David WILLIAMS-827213h (b.1956) 

— 8. Nikkie Lou WILLIAMS-8272131 (b.1980) 
^ 8. Karmen Dominque WILLIAMS-8272132 (b.1985) 

— 6. David Bernard BOARDMAN-82722 (b.1935) 

sp: Jean LOXTON-82722W (b.1940) 

— 7. Sean BOARDMAN-827221 (b.1960) 

— 7. Shelley Ann BOARDMAN-827222 (b.1961) 
7. Rory BOARDMAN-827223 (b.1962) 

— 6. William Charles BOARDMAN-82723 (b.1940) 

sp: Lynette Nancy STANLEY-82723w 

— 7. Deon BOARDMAN-82723 1 (b.1968) 

— 7. Wayne BOARDMAN-827232 (b.1971) 
sp: Lynn LAHNER-82723w2 

5. Violet Cory BOARDMAN-8.2.7.3 (b.1903 d.1983) 
sp: Johann Adam Christoffel REUBENHEINER-8.2.7.3h (b.1906) 

— 6. Stella RAUBENHEINER-82731 (b.1930) 

sp: Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731h (b.1918 m.1961) 

— 7. Leon DU TOIT-82731 1 (b.1952) 

sp: Johanna Magdalena Francina DE BRUYN-82731 1w (b.1956 m.1976) 

— 8. Hendrik Jacobus DU TOIT-82731 1 1 (b.1979) 

— 8. Amel DU TOIT-82731 12 (b. 1 980) 
^ 8. Francois DU TOIT-82731 13 (b.1984) 

— 7. Pierre DU TOIT-82731 2 (b.1956) 

sp: Antoinette PlENAAR-827312w (b.1958 m.1980) 

— 8. Stel-Marie DU TOIT-82731 21 (b.1983) 

— 8. Yohanine DU TOIT-82731 22 {b.1986) 
I— 8. Nelandie DU TOIT-8273123 (b.1988) 

^ 7. EstelleDU TOIT-82731 3 (b.1968) 

— 6. Anna Maria Alida RAUBENHEINER-82732 (b.1933) 

sp: Hendrik Willem Nicholas ALBERTS-82732h (b.1931 m.1953) 

— 7. Amanda Rene ALBERTS-827321 (b.1958) 

— 7. Hendrik Willem ALBERTS-827322 (b.1962) 
I— 7. Ansulet ALBERTS-827323 (b.1968) 

— 6. Shirley RAUBENHEINER-82733 (b.1935) 

sp: Keith HILL-82733h (b.1935 m.1960) 

— 7. Kevin Patrick HILL-827331 (b.1960) 

sp: Linda KRITZINGER-827331w (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 7. Kenneth John HI LL-827332 (b.1962) 

sp: Karen OBECHOLZER-827332w (b. 1 964 m . 1 986) 

— 8. Christine HILL-8273321 
I— 8. Christopher HILL-8273322 

7. Merle Sharon HILL-827333 (b.1966) 

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^— 6. Linda RAUBENHEINER-82734 (b.1937) 

I 

sp: Francis DENKEMA-82734h (b.1937 m.1937) 

— 7. Jacobus Francois DENKEMA-827341 (b.1967) 

— 7. Raubenheinfier DENKEMA-827342 {b.1970) 
I— 7. Maryna DENKEMA-827343 (b.1974) 

— 6. Ignatuis van Wyk RAUBENHEINER-82735 (b.1939) 

sp: Hermine Louis LE ROUX-82735 (b. 1 94 1 m. 1 965) 

— 7. Juliette RAUBENHEIMER-827351 (b.1968) 

— 7. Johann Adam RAUBENHEIMER-827352 (b.1970) 
7. Viola-Marie RAUBENHEIMER-827353 (b.1974) 

L- 6. Twin RAUBENHEINER-82736 

— 5. Carrlngton BOARDMAN-8.2.7.4 (b.1905 d.1970) 

sp: Sophia Elizabeth JOHNSON-8.2.7.4w (b.1908 m.1928 d.1990) 
|— 6. Beulah Daphne BOARDMAN-82741 (b.1928) 
sp: Harold LAUGHTON-82741h (b.1933 m.1966) 

— 7. Carrington Roger LAUGHTON-82741 1 (b.1 972) 
I— 7. Belinda Marjorie LAUGHTON-82741 2 (b.1973) 

6. Elaine BOARDMAN-82742 (b.1 931) 
sp: Albert Edward WILLI AM S-82742h {b.1930) 

— 7. Jennifer Anne WILLIAMS-827421 {b.1957) 

sp: WADE-827421h (b.1985) 

— 7. Wendy Jane WILLIAMS-827422 (b.1961) 

sp: Bruce PITT-827422h (m.1980) 

— 8. Buster William PITT-8274221 (b.1983) 
8. Westwood Jay PITT-8274222 (b.1 985) 

^ 7. Heather Lee WILLIAMS-827423 (b.1964) 

sp: Derek John BO YD-827423h (b. 1 952 m . 1 983) 
8. Derek John Milner BOYD-8274231 (b.1 985) 

— 5. Irene Pearl BOARDMAN-8.2.7.5 (b. 1 908 d. 1959) 

sp: Jorrisen Stephen JOUBERT-8.2.7.5h (d.1959) 
I— 6. Brian JOUBERT-82751 

sp: Vanessa PALELO-82751w 

— 7. Calvin JOUBERT-82751 1 

— 7. Michelle JOUBERT-82751 2 

— 7. Yvette JOUBERT-827513 
I— 7. Baron JOUBERT-82751 4 

' — 6. Desmond Jourisen JOUBERT-82752 

— 5. Olga BOARDMAN-8.2.7.6 (b.1 91 3) 

sp: Jan Albert VAN NIEKERK-8.2.7.6h (b.1906 d.1970) 

— 6. Sheila VAN NIEKERK-82761 (b.1935) 

sp: Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761h (b.1933 m.1955 d.1976) 

— 7. Jacobus Albert MALHERBE-82761 1 (b.1 956) 

sp: Lisa NEL-827611w (m.1981) 

— 8. Harriet MALHERBE-82761 1 1 (b.1982) 

8. Izak Abraham Johannes MALHERBE-82761 12 (b.1985) 

— 7. Olga Margret MALHERBE-82761 2 (b.1957) 

sp: Johannes Hermanus Eugene JOUBERT-827612h (b.1955 m.1983) 

— 8. Dominique JOUBERT-82761 21 (b.1983) 
I— 8. Cherise JOUBERT-82761 22 (b.1985) 

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I I ^ 7. Sheilagh MALHERBE-827613 (b.1965 d.1987) 

I 

sp: Pieter Johannes Herman BIRK-827613h (m.1984) 

— 6. William Olan VAN NIEKERK-82762 (b.1939) 

sp: Anna NEL-82762w (b.1941 m.1959) 

— 7. William Olan I VAN NIEKERK-827621 (b.1961) 

sp: Amelia BEZUIDENHOUDT-827621w (b.1965 m.984) 
8. Chantel VAN NIEKERK-827621 1 (b.198) 

— 7. Maureen VAN NIEKERK-827622 (b.1964) 

— 7. Olga VAN NIEKERK-827623 (b.1969) 

7. Mary-Ann VAN NIEKERK-827624 (b.1971) 
6. Jan Albert I VAN NIEKERK-82763 (b.1952) 
sp: Elize KRAUNAUW-82763w (b.1950 m.1977) 
L- 5. Hope BOARDMAN-8.2.7.7 (b.1911) 
— 4. Alfred Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8 (b.1873) 
sp: Johanna Etresia NAUDE-8.2. 8 w (b.1880) 
[— 5. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8.2.8. 1 (b.1900) 
sp: Maggie VAN WYK-8.2.8.1w 
[— 6. Alfred BOARDMAN-82811 
L 6.JosephBOARDMAN-82812 
sp: Lena VAN ROOYEE-82812w2 

— 6. Anna Johanna Sussana BOARDMAN-8281 3 (b. 1 939) 

sp: Martinus Johannes LAAS-82813h (m.1955) 

— 7. Elsie Magdalena LAAS-828131 

— 7. Henry Johannes LAAS-828132 

— 7. ElanaLAAS-828133 
L 7. Karin LAAS-828134 

— 6. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 4 (b.1944) 

sp: Annie THIART-82814w (m.1964) 

— 7. Charmaine BOARDMAN-8281 41 

— 7. Ulanda BOARDMAN-8281 42 

sp: Elaine Hughes VAN DER BERG-82814w2 (m.1982) 

— 6. Thomas Richard BOARDMAN-8281 5 

sp: Joy MOSSOP-82815W (m.1971) 

— 7. Janine BOARDMAN-8281 51 

— 7. Wayne BOARDMAN-8281 52 

— 7. Lizelle BOARDMAN-8281 53 . 
I— 7. Karin BOARDMAN-8281 54 

— 6. Alfred Hertjert BOARDMAN-8281 6 (b.1950) 

sp: Claire CANNON-82816w 

— 7. Rosemary BOARDMAN-8281 61 

— 7. Jo-Anne BOARDMAN-8281 62 
sp: Jenny BOARDMAN-8281 6w2 

— 6. Deon Martin BOARDMAN-8281 7 (b.1952) 

sp: Leone ZEELIE-82817w (b.1958 m.1976) 

— 7. Bridgette BOARDMAN-8281 71 (b.1978) 

— 7. Deon Martin I BOARDMAN-8281 72 (b.1983) 
sp: Sara BOTHA-82817w2 

^ 6. Philip Johannes BOARDMAN-8281 8 (b.1960) 
I sp: Marna Renet CROSS-82818W (b. 1 963 m. 1982) 

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— 7. MarinzaRaunetteBOARDMAN-828181 (b.1983) 
7. Henry Herbert BOARDMAN-8281 82 (b.1985) 

5. Millicent Magdalena Emma BOARDMAN-8.2.8.2 (b. 1 901 d. 1 982) 
sp: Johan Thomas FRITZ-8.2.8.2h (b.1896 m.1920 d.1937) 

— 6. Alfred Thomas FRITZ-82821 (b.1922 d.1954) 

sp: Hester DU PLESSIS-82821w (b.1931 m.1942) 

— 7. Stanley FRITZ-82821 1 (b.1944) 

sp: Nan FRITZ-82821 1w (m.1967) 

— 8. Alfred FRITZ-82821 11 {b.1968) 

— 8. Johan FRITZ-82821 12 (b.1973) 

sp: Gloria Carol TURNER-82821 1w2 (b.1944) 
sp: Esme BRYANT-82821w2 (b.1923) 

— 7. Johan Thomas FRITZ-82821 2 (b.1950) 

— 7. Allen FRITZ-82821 3 (b.1952) 
7. Cheryl FRITZ-82821 4 (b.1954) 

— 6. Muriel Hester FRITZ-82822 (b.1923) 

sp: Wertham Ward (Wally) DIXON-82822h (b.1920 m.1944 d.1976) 

— 7. Dawn Denise DIXON-828221 (b.1945) 

sp: Pierre BRUMMER-828221h (b.1939 m.1966) 

— 8. Grant BRUMMER-8282211 (b.1971) 
^ 8. Meggan BRUMMER-8282212 (b.1973) 

— 7. Shirley DIXON-828222 (b.1948) 

sp: Fredrick A. BROOKS-828222h (b.1946 m.1975) 

— 8. Mark Frederick BROOKS-8282221 (b.1978) 
8. Natalie Suzanne BROOKS-8282222 (b.1981) 

— 7. Wallace Walter DIXON-828223 (b.1951) 

sp: Denese Alice HERITAGE-828223w (b.1947 m.1973) 

— 8. Amanda DIXON-8282231 (b.1974) 

— 8. Warren Ward DlXON-8282232 (b.1976) 
I— 8. Lee-Ann DIXON-8282233 (b.1981) 

7. Audrey Muriel DIXON-828224 (b.1955) 
sp: Neville Trevor INTRONA-828224h (b.1955 m.1977) 

— 8. Tanen Catherine I NTRONA-8282241 (b.1979) 

— 8. Nadine Sharon INTRONA-8282242 (b.1982) 

L- 8. Christine Bernanette INTRONA-8282243 (b.1985) 

— 6. Millicent Etresia FRITZ-82823 (b.1925) 

sp: Jan Albertus PRETORIUS-82823h (b.1915 d.1948) 
1— 7. Noel Allen PRETORIUS-828231 (b.1945) 

sp: Cherryl Carol SEITZ-828231w (b.1950 m.1970) 

^ 8. Duane PRETORIUS-828231 1 (b.1978) 
sp: George Raleigh OCHSE-828223h2 (b.1929 m.1951) 

— 7. Colleen Etresia OCHSE-828232 (b.1952) 

sp: Sean Kevin WALSH-828232h (b.1929 m.1972) 

— 8. Tracey WALSH-8282321 (b.1977) 
I— 8. Shannon WALSH-8282322 (b.1981) 

— 7. Sheila Ethel OCHSE-828233 (b.1954) 

sp: Ivan James METELERKAMP-828233h (b.1948 m.1974) 

— 8. Darren METELERKAMP-8282331 (b.1975) 

— 8. Ursula METELERKAMP-8282332 (b.1976) 



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8. Robyn METELERKAMP-828333 (b.1982) 
I— 7. Clive Anthony OCHSE-828234 (b.1965) 

— 6. Roelf FRITZ-82824 (b.1928) 

sp: Peggy Beatrice RAW-82824w (b. 1 928 m. 1 952) 

— 7. Beryl Elizabeth FRITZ-828241 (b.1952) 

sp: Robert Peter EVANS-828241h (b.1951 m.1975) 

— 8. Clair Lisa EVANS-828241 1 (b.1976) 

— 8. Gareth Craig EVANS-828241 2 (b.1979) 

L- 8. Bronwynne Leigh EVANS-828241 3 (b.1982) 

— 7. Kenneth FRITZ-828242 (b.1956) 

— 7. Deborah FRITZ-828243 (b.1965) 

sp: Graham Complan CARRUTHERS-828243h 
^ 7. Brian Allan FRITZ-828244 (b.1966) 

— 6. Frederick John FRITZ-82825 (b.1930) 

sp: Jeanette Kathleen STOREY-82825w (m.1951) 
L- 7. Linda FRITZ-82825 1 

— 6. Sybil FRITZ-82826 (b.1934) 

sp: Siebert UYS-82826h (b.1928 m.1951 d.1983) 

— 7. Carol Lugene UYS-828261 (b.1952) 

sp: Louis Matthys STEYN-828261 h (b. 1 950 m. 1 972) 

— 8. Elton Louis STEYN-828261 1 

8. Sacha Sybil STEYN-828261 2 (b.1977) 
L 7. John Derek UYS-828262 (b.1954) 

sp: Brenda Dawn BIJL-828262w (b.1962 m.1981) 
|— 8. Bridget Anna UYS-828262 1 (b.1981) 
L- 8. ALLISON Chantal UYS-8282622 (b.1985) 
^ 6. Ivy Doreen FRITZ-82827 (b.1936) 

sp: Tielman ROOS-82827h (b. 1 930 m. 1 955) 

— 7. Yolande ROOS-828271 (b.1955) 

sp: Nico OLWAGEN-828271h (b.1944 m.1975) 
I— a. Nico Jr. OLWAGEN-828271 1 (b.1976) 
L 8. Carin OLWAGEN-828271 2 (b.1979) 

— 7. Deidre ROOS-828272 (b.1958 d.1958) 

— 7. Beverley ROOS-828273 (b.1962) 

sp: Deon DU PLESSIS-828273h (b.1958 m.1985) 
L 8. Amanda DU PLESSIS-8282731 (b.1987) 
7. Lydia ROOS-828274 (b.1972) 

— 5. Iris Irene BOARDMAN-8.2.8.3 (b.1903) 

sp: Harry Cameron BOUCHER-8.2.8.3h (b.1900 m.1924 d.1957) 

— 6. Herbert Cameron Francis BOUCHER-82831 (b.1924) 

— 6. Irene Etrecia BOUCHER-82832 (b.1929) 

— 6. Vivienne Patricia BOUCHER-82833 (b.1934) 

— 6. Vallery Winnie BOUCHER-82834 (b.1937) 

— 6. Emest Vivienne BOUCHER-82835 (b.1939 d.1984) 
^ 6. Doreen BOUCHER-82836 (b.1944) 

— 5. William Frances BOARDMAN-8.2.8.4 (b. 1 907 d. 1986) 

sp: Anna Susanna FRITZ-8.2.8.4W (b.1909 m.1931 d.1986) 

— 6. Alfred Francis BOARDMAN-82841 (b.1932) 

sp: Elizabeth Margaret THOMPSON-82841 W (b.1938 m.1959) 

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7. Dean BOARDMAN-82841 1 (b.1 960) 
sp: Tracy ARMITAGE-828411W (b.1965 m.1983) 
8. Nicola Che BOARDMAN-82841 1 1 (b.1984) 
7. Tyrone BOARDMAN-82841 2 (b.1 962) 
sp: Sharon AYERS-828412W (m.1987) 
7. Craig BOARDMAN-82841 3 (b.1964) 
7. Janine Francis BOARDMAN-82841 4 (b.1969) 
H 6. Stella BOARDMAN-82842 
6. Roelf BOARDMAN-82843 
6. Dorothy Etrecia BOARDMAN-82844 (b.1 939) 
sp: Cornelius VAN ROOYEN-82844H (b. 1 935 m. 1 957) 

— 7. Anita Elizabeth VAN ROOYEN-828441 (b.1 958) 

— 7. Aletta VAN ROOYEN-828442 (b.1959) 

— 7. Roolf Petrus VAN ROOYEN-828443 (b.1 962) 
\— 6. Iris Irene BOARDMAN-82845 (b.1942) 

sp: David Frederick BARKHUIZON-82845 (b.1 938 m.1959) 

— 7. Ingrid Anita BARKHUIZON-82845 1 (b.1961) 

— 7. Rene BARKHUIZON-828452 (b.1962) 

— 7. Antoinette BARKHUIZON-828453 (b.1 966) 
I— 6. Clifford Harold BOARDMAN-82846 (b.1950) 

sp: Petronella Kristina VAN NICKERK-82846w (b.1 954 m.1973) 

— 7. Annamarie BOARDMAN-828461 (b.1975) 

— 7. Carine BOARDMAN-828462 (b.1977) 

— 7. Maretha BOARDMAN-828463 (b.1 977) 

— 7. William Francis BOARDMAN-828464 (b.1 983) 
6. Vernon Clive BOARDMAN-82847 (b. 1 952) 

^ 5. Ada Johanna BOARDMAN-8.2.8.5 (b.1911) 

sp: John Hill WOTHERSPOON-8.2.8.5h (b.1911 d.1975) 
L- 6. Kenneth Noel WOTHERSPOON-82851 (b.1 935 d.1980) 
4. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9 (b.1 873 d.1941) 
sp: Michelle Maria COR Y-8.2.9 w (b. 1 88 1 d. 1 964) 

5. Gwendoline Mildred BOARDMAN-8.2.9. 1 (b.1 91) 
sp: Francois Petnjs (Fannie) NELL-8.2.9. 1 h (b.1 908) 
— 6. Tammy Boardman NELL-8291 1 
sp: FANNIE-82911W 

7. Francois NELL-8291 11 

sp: Elizabeth DU TOIT-8291 1 1 w 
7. Pierre NELL-8291 12 
H 6. Clarence NELL-8291 2 (b.1942) 

sp: Ina LOFTERING-82912w (b.1946 m.1968) 
7. Kevin NELL-8291 21 (b.1969) 
7. Theresa Leandra NELL-8291 22 (b.1971) 
6. Valerie NELL-8291 3 (b.1950) 
sp: Ernest Charles FINAUGHTY-82913h (b.1 946 m.1971) 
5. William George BOARDMAN-8.2.9.2 (b.1 91 4) 
sp: Maria Magdalena MAYHEW-8.2.9.2w (b.1921 m.1939) 

6. Lewellyn Wilfred Mayhew BOARDMAN-82921 (b.1 940) 
sp: Maurine SQUIRE-82921w/ (b.1941 m.1963) 
|— 7. Melanie BOARDMAN-82921 1 (b.1964) 



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sp: Steven CAPA20RIO-829211h (b.1960 m.1986) 

— 7. Duncan David BOARDMAN-8292 12 (b.1966) 
7. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-82921 3 (b.1973) 

— 6. William James Mayhew BOARDMAN-82922 (b.1942) 

sp: Elizabeth Christina ROTHMAN-82922w (b.1946 m.1969) 

— 7. Elizabeth Christina BOARDMAN-829221 (b.1971) 

— 7. William James BOARDMAN-829222 (b.1973) 

7. Susanna Wilhelmina BOARDMAN-829223 (b.1977) 

— 6. June Elaine BO ARDMAN-82923 (b.1943) 

sp: Gert Jacobus KRUGER-82923h (b.1938 m.1964) 

— 7. Johannes KRUGER-829231 (b.1965) 

— 7. Maria Magdalena KRUGER-829232 (b.1966) 

— 7. Leon KRUGER-829233 (b.1969) 
1— 7. Miana KRUGER-829234 (b.1977) 

— 6. Neville George BOARDMAN-82924 (b.1947) 

sp: Elsie Rachel DELANGE-82924w (b.1956 m.1974) 

— 7. AnneLize BOARDMAN-829241 (b.1955) 

— 7. Elaine BOARDMAN-829242 {b.1977) 

I— 7. Neville George I BOARDMAN-829243 (b.1984) 
L 6. Renee Cory BOARDMAN-82925 (b.1948) 

sp: Daniel Johannes ROTHMAN-82925h (b. 1 947 m. 1 968) 

— 7. Carel Francois ROTHMAN-829251 (b.1968) 

— 7. William George ROTHMAN-829252 (b.1970) 
7. DanielJohannes ROTHMAN-829253 (b.1974) 

— 5. Joy Daphne BOARDMAN-8.2.9.3 (b.1916) 

sp: Gordon MOLE-8.2.9.3h 

— 6. Rosalie MOLE-82931 

— 5. Thora BOARDMAN-8.2.9.4 (b.1918 d.1992) 

sp: Christophei Liebenberg BISCHOFF-8.2.9.4h (b.1914) 
\-- 6. Lorraine BISCHOFF-82941 (b.1944) 

— 6. LoLita BISCHOFF-82942 (b.1946) 

— 6. John BISCHOFF-82943 (b.1952) 

— 6. Henry BISCHOFF-82944 (b.1958) 

— 5. Valentine Gerald BOARDMAN-8.2.9.5 (b.1920) 

sp: Marie ERAMUS-8.2.9.5W (m.1948) 

— 6. Guy BOARDMAN-82951 (b.1952) 

sp: Elsa VERMEULEN-82951W (m.1982) 

— 7. Gerald BOARDMAN-82951 1 {b.1983) 
I— 7. Imiarie BOARDMAN-829512 (b.1985) 

sp: Irma DINKLEMANN-8295w2 (b.1923 m.1966) 

— 5. Donald Clarence BOARDMAN-8.2.9.6 (b.1922 d.1961) 

sp: Judith Susara MOOLMAN-8.2.9.6w (b.1928 m.1948) 

— 6. Philip Clarence BOARDMAN-82961 (b.1949) 

sp: Emmerentia Frederika OTTO-82961w (b.1953 m.1972) 

— 7. Cheldi Celeste BOARDMAN-82961 1 (b.1975) 

— 7. Anelda Philine BOARDMAN-82961 2 (b.1977) 
7. Renate BOARDMAN-82961 3 (b.1980) 

— 6. Judith Denise BOARDMAN-82962 {b.1950) 

sp: Leopold PFOSER-82962h (b.1948 m.1981) 

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— 7. Nikko Maximillian PFOSER-829621 (b.1981) 
7. Cudrun Maria PFOSER-829622 (b. 1 985) 
^ 6. Leonie Daphne BOARDMAN-82963 (b.1 953 d.1 954) 

— 5. Olive Thelma BOARDMAN-8.2.9.7 (b.1924) 
sp: George ERIKSEN-8.2.9.7h (b.1912 d.1981) 

6. Neil ERIKSEN-82971 (b.1 944) 
K 6. Fonnie ERIKSEN-82972 (b.1946) 
6. Vernon ERIKSEN-82973 (b.1949) 
6. Gail ERIKSEN-82974 {b.1950) 
^ 5. Cynthia May BOARDMAN-8.2.9.8 (b.1 927) 
sp: Jurie GROENEWALD-8.2.9.8h 

— 6. Andre GROENEWALD-82981 

— 6. Dawn GROENEWALD-82982 

— 6. Sharon GROENEWALD-82983 
^ 4. Sybil Irene BOARDMAN-8.2. 10. (b.1878) 

sp: Frederick HAYES-8.2.10.h 

— 5. Phyllis HAYES-8.2.10.1 

— 5. Iris HAYES-8.2.10.2 

— 5. Vera HAYES-8.2.10.3 
5. Gordon HAYES-8.2.10.4 
5. Eric HAYES-8.2.10.5 

— 3. Ebenezer Neville BOARDMAN-8.3 (b.1 838) 

— 3. John Henry BOARDMAN-8.4 (b.1 840 d.1 858) 
3. Judith Jane BO ARDM AN-8.5 (b. 1 842 d. 1 895) 

sp: John ROBERTS-8.5h (d. 1 883) 
4. Rosina ROBERTS-8.2.2 w 
sp: Humphry Thomas BOARDMAN-8.2.2 (b.1861 m.1887 d.1901) 
j— 5. Ethel Margaret BOARDMAN-8.2.2. 1 " Printed on Page 1 1 ** 
[— 5. Harold DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.2.2.2 ** Printed on Page 1 1 ** 
I— 5. William Hayes BOARDMAN-8.2.2.3 ** Printed on Page 12 ** 
1— 5. Ivy Muriel BOARDMAN-8.2.2.4 ** Printed on Page 12 " 

— 5. Duncan Humphrey BOARDMAN-8.2.2.5 (b. 1 897) ** Printed on Page 12 

— 5. Kathleen Rosina BOARDMAN-8.2.2.6 ** Printed on Page 12 " 
4. John Henry ROBERTS-8.5.2 (b.1866) 

sp: Eliza DORMEHL-8.5.2w (m.1895) 
— 4. Duncan James ROBERTS-8.5.3 

4. Florence ROBERTS-8.5.4 
>— 4. Emily Maud ROBERTS-8.2.3W (d.1899) 

sp: John Henry BOARDMAN-8.2.3 (b.1863 m.1894) 
4. Clement Richard ROBERTS-8.5.6 

— 3. Joseph DIXIE BOARDMAN-8.6 (b.1 844 d.1 847) 

— 3. Abraham BOARDMAN-8.7 (b.1 848 d.1 849) 

— 3. William John BOARDMAN-8.8 (b.1 850 d.1 909) 
sp: Jane Sophia HOLDER-8w2 (m. 1 85 1 d. 1 875) 

h- 3. Jane Sophia BOARDMAN-8.9 (b.1 852) 
p 3. Margaret Hayes BOARDM AN-8. 10. (b. 1 854 d. 1 858) 
3. Annie Maria BOARDM AN-8.11. (b.1 857) 
sp: Henry HARVEY (b.1 855) 
2. William John BOARDMAN-9 (b.181 1 d.1869) 



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(b. 1 837 d. 1858) 
(b. 1834 m. 1857) 
(b.1858 cl.1879) ** Printed on Page 1 1 ** 

(b.1829 d.1841) 
(b.1841) 



sp: Mary Ann CALDICOT-9. w (b.1812 m.1833) 

— 3. Emily Margaret BOARDMAN-9.1 (b.1834) 
3. Mary Augusta B0ARDMAN-8.1w 

sp: Philip William BOARDMAN-8.1 

— 4. James BOARDMAN-8.1. 1 

— 3. William Fredrick BOARDMAN-9.3 

— 3. Sarah Hayes BOARDMAN-9.4 
sp: Arthur BEETON-9.4h (b.1839 m.1858) 

— 4. Thomas Barker BEETON (b.1858 d.1938) 
sp: Margaretha J. K. PENTZ-9.4.1 w (b.1854 d.1927) 

5. Mary Catherine Boardman BEETON-9.4.1.1 (b.1880 d.1969) 
sp: Walter Burtord BAKER-9.4.1.1 h (b.1875 d.1952) 
L— 6. Alwyn Evelyn BAKER-941 11 (b. 1 908 d. 1 984) 

sp: Grace Beatrice BETTESWORTH-941 1 1 w (b.1910 d.1994) 
7. Margaret Isabel BAKER-941 1 1 1 (b.1941) 
sp: Neville John AUBREY-941 1 1 1 h 
8. Cheryl Mae AUBREY (b.1965) 
sp: Hamish PETRIE (b.1964 m.1996) 
>— 8. Jennifer Dawn AUBREY (b. 1967) 

sp: Conrad Miguel THOMAS (b.1959 m.1993) 

— 5. Charles Henry Arthur BEETON-9.4.1. 2 (b. 1 882 d. 1960) 
sp: Magdalena WAHL-9.4.1.2 w (b.1884 d.1949) 
sp: Martha Petronella JOUBERT 

— 5. Herbert William BEETON-9.4.1. 3 (b.1884 d.1963) 
sp: Bee BRIGMAN-9.4.1.3 w 

5. Jessie Emily BEETON-9.4. 1 .4 (b. 1 887 d. 1 960) 

sp: H.C.V.D SPRY-9.4.1.4 h (b.1885 d.1954) 
5. Ernest Edward BEETON-9.4.1 .5 (b.1892) 
sp: Uly Barbara THOMPSON-9.4.1.5 w (b.1894 d.1966) 
4. Eliza Emily BEETON-9.4.2 {b.1860) 

sp: Aaron PENTZ-9.4.2 h 
4. Arthur John BEETON-9.4.3 (b.1863 d.1940) 

sp: Louise ROSENWEIGH-0.4.3 w 
4. Polly (Mary) Amelia (Fleetwood) BEETON-9.4.4 (b. 1 866 d. 1 958) 
sp: Robert HYDENRYCH-9.4.4 h 

— 5. Bertie HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.1 

— 5. Vera HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.2 

— 5. Amy HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.3 

— 5. Grace HYDENRYCH-9.4.4.4 
4. Jessie Ellen BEETON-9.4.5 (b. 1 868 d. 1 950) 

sp: ALLISON-9.4.5 h 
sp: GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5 h2 
^ 5. Percy GRIMSTEAD-9.4.5. 1 

— 3. Caroline Maria Tarkington BOARDMAN-9.5 
sp: John LYNCH-9.5h (d.1873) 

3. John Charles BOARDMAN-9.6 (b.1845) 
sp: Maria SMITH-9.6 w (b.1850) 

— 4. Maria BOARDMAN-9.6.1 

— 4. Chrissie BOARDMAN-9.6.2 



(b.1841) 



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— 4. John Charles I BOARDMAN-9.6.3 (b. 1 870 d. 1 969) 
sp: Amy Elizabeth PENN-9.6.3.W (b.1872 cl.1953) 

— 5. Hector Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3. 1 

sp: Muriel HOOD-9.6.3.1w 

— 6. Jean BOARDMAN-9631 1 

sp: Alec J. BARTHORPE-9631 1h 
6. Raymond Dell BOARDMAN-9631 2 
sp: Maurine WILLIAMS-96312 

— 5. Pearl Florence BOARDMAN-9.6.3.2 (b. 1 897 d. 1966) 

sp: Ernest Henry ACUTE-9632h (m. 1 928 d. 1939) 
6. Dedrie Eleanor ACUTE-96321 
sp: Dirk KOCH-96321 

7. Isobel Mary KOCH-96321 1 (b.1930) 
sp: Cliff WEBSTER-963211h (b.1918 m.1972) 
8. Sharon WEBSTER-9632111 (b.1972) 

— 5. Pansy Bertha Mable BOARDMAN-9.6.3.3 (b.1898 d.1978) 

sp: William Philip Edwin STOKES-WALLER-9.6.3.3h (b. 1 896 d. 1 943) 

— 6. Favard John Dell STOKES-WALLER-96331 (b.1920) 

sp: SHELAGH-96331W 

— 7. Edmund Allan STOKES-WALLER-96331 1 (b.1949) 

— 7. Leonora STOKES-WALLER-96331 2 

sp: Wilhelmina (Minnie) BOSCH-96331 w2 (b. 1 930 m. 1 952) 
^ 7. Augusta STOKES-WALLER-96331 3 (b.1964) 
sp: Warwick DORNING Dr.-963313h (m.1987) 
L 6. Charmain Maude STOKES-WALLER-96332 (b.1922) 
sp: Leonard Gordon MITCHELL-96332h (b.1922 m.1951) 

— 7. Derrick Gordon MITCHELL-9633221 (b.1953) 
L- 7. Colleen Margaret MITCHELL-963322 (b.1955) 

sp: Derick WILCOCKS-963322h (b.1954 m.1976) 

— 8. Derick I WILCOCKS-9633221 (b.1979) 

'— 8. Jolene Margaret WILCOCKS-9633222 (b.1981) 

— 5. Kenneth Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.4 (b.1898 d.1976) 

sp: Doris -9.6.3.4w 
L- 5. Raymond Dell BOARDMAN-9.6.3.5 (b.1902) 

sp: Kate (Tiny) GROBLER-9.6.3.5w (m.1935 d.1937) 

— 6. John Dell BOARDMAN-82574h (b.1936) 

sp: Jean Dell BOARDMAN-82574 (m. 1 968) 

— 7. Jennifer BOARDMAN-825741 (b. 1 969) " Printed on Page 1 3 ** 

— 7. Victoria BOARDMAN-825742 (b.1971) " Printed on Page 13 ** 
7. Pamela BOARDMAN-825743 (b. 1 973) ** Printed on Page 13 " 

— 6. Estelle BOARDMAN-96352 (b.1937) 

sp: Jean STAUFFER-96352h (m.1 959) 

— 7. Bemadine STAUFFER-963521 (b.1961) 
L 7. Theodore STAUFFER-963522 (b.1965) 

— 6. Michael Ridley Omerod BOARDMAN-96353 (b.1941) 

sp: Alison Mary Beaumont EARLE-96353w (m.1 970) 
^ 7. Lucy Margaret BOARDMAN-963531 (b.1972) 
6. Geoffrey Edward Tyssen BOARDMAN-96354 (b.1942) 
sp: Gail -96354w 

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— 4. Caroline BOARDMAN-9.6.4 

— 4. George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.6.5 

— 4. Edward James BOARDMAN-9.6.6 

— 4. Frederick Alphonse BOARDMAN-9.6.7 

— 3. James BOARDMAN-9.7 

— 3. George Herbert BOARDMAN-9.8 (b.1850) 

sp; Bertha SOLMON-9.8 w 

— 4. Bertha Caroline BOARDMAN-9.8. 1 (b.1873 d.1947) 

— 4. Lucy Amelia BOARDMAN-9.8.2 (b. 1 877 d. 1877) 

— 4. William Salmon BOARDMAN-9.8.3 (b.1877) 

sp: Alberta Johanna BOARDMAN-9.8.3 w (d.1 927) 
5. Kathleen Dorothy BOARDMAN-9.8.3. 1 (b.1902) 

sp: James (Jimmie) HENDERSON-9831h 
5. William Salmon I BOARDMAN-9.8.3.2 (b.1904) 
sp: Margaret DE PLESSIS-9832w 

— 6. William Salmon BOARDMAN 11-98321 

— 6. Margorie BOARDMAN-98322 {b.1930) 

— 6. Enid du Plessis BOARDMAN-98323 

— 6. John du Plessis BOARDMAN-98324 

— 5. Mary Amelia BOARDMAN-9.8.3.3 (b.1096) 
sp: RHOM-9.8.3.3h 

— 6. Hazel RHOM-98331 
r— 6. Bertha RHOM-98332 
sp: H.J. GROBLER-9833h2 
I— 6. Albert GROBLER-98333 
L 6. Amy GROBLER-98334 

— 5. Albert John BOARDMAN-9.8.3.4 (b.1908) 
sp: Christina (Rosie) ROMBERG-9.8.3.4w 

— 6. Albert John I BOARDMAN-98341 (b.1928) 
sp: Rebecca Johanna SADLER-98341w (m.1956) 

— 7. Lynn Angela BOARDMAN-98341 1 (b.1958) 
sp: G.M. ELLIOTT-98341 1 (m.1980) 

— 8. Marc Hayden ELLIOTT-98341 1 1 
8. Hayley Claire ELLIOTT-98341 12 

I— 7. David John BOARDMAN-98341 2 (b.1960) 
sp: Lydia WILLOWS-983412w (m.1983) 

— 8. Alison Jean BOARDMAN-98341 21 
^ 8. Michael John BOARDMAN-98341 22 

H 6. Donald Mitchel BOARDMAN-98342 (b.1930) 
sp: Elizabeth Agnes MANLEY-98342w (m.1952) 

— 7. Alan Derek BOARDMAN-983421 (b.1954) 
sp: Helen BILBOROUGH-983421w (m.1986) 

— 7. Moira Patricia BOARDMAN-983422 (b.1956) 
sp: Michael Patrick HAVLOCK-ALLEN-983422h (m. 1 980) 

— 8. Sarah Megan HAVLOCK-ALLEN-9834221 
8. Pamela Ashley HAVLOCK-ALLEN-9834222 

L- 7. Donald Patrick BOARDMAN-983423 (b.1953) 

— 6. Cynthia June BO ARDMAN-98343 (b.1930) 
sp: Daniel Francois CAMPBELL-98343h (m.1958) 

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— 7. Gerald Victor CAMPBELL-983431 (b.1959) 

— 7. Vernon Wayne CAMPBELL-983432 {b.1960) 

— 7. Louanne CAMPBELL-983433 (b.1961) 

L- 7. Lesley Rodney CAMPBELL-983434 (b.1963) 
L 6. Noel Victor BOARDMAN-98344 (b.1945) 

sp: Monica Zopliia VERMAAK-98344w (m.1970) 

— 7. Craigh Edward Vermaak BOARDAN-983441 (b.1 971 ) 

— 7. Robert James Vemiaak BOARDMAN-983442 (b.1 973) 
I— 7. Mark Wayne BOARDMAN-983443 (b.1 976) 

— 5. Violet Rosina BOARDMAN-9.8.3.5 (b.1910) 

sp: Robert TODD-9.8.3.5h 

— 5. Bertha Caroline BOARDMAN-9.8.3.6 (b.1912) 

sp: Thomas SPANN-9.8.3.6h 

— 5. Irene Winifred BOARDMAN-9.8.3.7 (b.1913) 

sp: BRYNE-9.8.3.7h 

— 5. Douglas George BOARDMAN-9.8.3.8 (b.1916) 

sp: Joan Patricia GRIFFITHS-9.8.3.8w (m.1942 d.1982) 

— 6. Rodney Michael BOARDMAN-98381 (b.1 947) 

sp: Jacqueline DUNN-98381w (m.1972) 

— 6. Lynden Patricia BOARDMAN-98382 (b.1 953) 
4. Laura Emelie BOARDMAN-9.8.4 (b.1 886 d.1959) 

sp: John Coates HAMILTON-9.8.4 h (b.1879 d.1961) 

— 5. Clarence Gawn HAMILTON-9.8.4. 1 (b.1908) 

sp: Elizabeth Daphne Rayner JENNINGS-9.8.4.1w (b.1919 m.1958) 
'\— 6. Margorie Joan HAMILTON-9841 1 (b.1959) 
h- 6. Colleen Rosh HAMILTON-98412 (b.1961) 

— 6. Peter Gawn HAMILTON-98413 (b.1962) 

sp: Lindy Ann BRADFIELD-98413w (b.1965 m.1986) 
^ 7. Luke Peter HAMILTON-9841 31 (b.1993) 

— 6. Hally HAMILTON-9841 4 

— 6. Doreen HAMILTON 1-98415 

— 5. Kenneth George Halley HAMILTON-9.8.4.2 (b.1910) 

— 5. Bertha Sarah HAMILTON-9.8.4.3 (b.1912) 

sp: Walter Burfurd BAKER-9.8.4.3h (b.1 906 m.1938 d.1968) 

— 6. Bertha Sheila BAKER-98431 (b.1 939) 

— 6. Walter Burfurd II BAKER-98432 (b.1940) 

— 6. Evan Boardman BAKER-98433 (b.1 943) 

— 6. Daphne Beryl BAKER-98434 (b.1 945) 

— 6. Roderick Bernard BAKER-98435 (b.1 950) 

— 5. Doreen Laura HAMILTON-9.8.4.4 (b.1 921) 

sp: Johannes Frederick Janse VAN RENSBURG-9.8.4.4h (b.1924 m.1945) 

— 6. Elsa J. VAN RENSBURG-98441 (b.1946) 

sp: Johannes Pieter BOTHA-98441 h (m. 1 968) 

— 7. Liesel BOTHA-98441 1 (b.1 970) 

sp: Willem Adolph PIENAAR-98441 1h (b.1970 m.1993) 

— 7. Johannes Frederick BOTHA-98441 2 (b.1971) 
7. Karen BOTHA-98441 3 (b.1974) 

f— 6. Johanna Maria Janse VAN RENSBURG-98442 (b.1947) 
sp: Josias Johannes VENTER-98442h (b.1 943 m.1967) 



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— 7. Kenneth VENTER-984421 (b.1967) 

sp: Erica Colleen WALTER-984421w (b.1970 m.1993) 

— 7. Andre VENTER-984422 (b.1968) 

sp: Rencha BOSCH-984422w (b.1971 m.1993) 
I— 7. Raymond VENTER-984423 (b.1971) 
^ 6. Jacobus Frederick Janse VAN RENSBURG-98443 (b.1949) 
sp: Elizabeth Frederieka GOUWS-98443w (b.1949 m.1971) 

— 7. Elfrieda J. VAN RENSBURG-984431 (b.1971) 

sp: Robert John HOLDEN-984431h (b.1969 m.1993) 

— 7. Vanette J. VAN RENSBURG-984432 (b.1978) 
7. Linda J. VAN RENSBURG-984433 (b.1982) 

— 5. Gwendolyn Patsy HAM ILTON-9.8.4.5 (b.1923) 

sp: Charles Edward WECKE-9.8.4.5h (b.1925 m.1946) 
r— 6. Claude Dalton WECKE-98451 (b.1947) 
sp: Annetjie TROSKY-98451w 
sp: Jeannette MORTIMER-98451w2 (m.1979) 

— 6. Joan Patricia WECKE-98452 (b.1950) 

sp: Roy Allen BRASSlNGTON-98452h (b.1943 m.1972) 

— 7. Emma Cathrine BRASSlNGTON-984521 (b.1975) 
I— 7. Nicola Claire BRASSlNGTON-984522 (b.1977) 

— 6. John Coates WECKE-98453 (b.1951) 

sp: Joy C. DOYLE-98453W (b.1952 m.1973) 

— 7. John Andrew WECKE-984531 (b.1973) 

— 7. Richard Michael WECKE-984532 (b.1975) 

— 7. Sally Anne WECKE-984533 (b.1977) 
I— 7. David Robert WECKE-984534 (b.1979) 

^ 6. Dereck Francis WECKE-98454 (b. 1 954 d. 1 957) 
L- 5. Irene Olive Coates HAMILTON (b.l 928 d. 1 989) 
sp: David MARAlS-9.8.4.6h 

— 6. Estelle MARAlS-98461 (b.1951) 

sp: Bryan PERRING-98461h (m.1972) 
7. Kurt PERRlNG-98461 1 

— 6. Allan MARAlS-984612 (b.l 953) 
^ 6. BruceMARAlS-984613 (b.1955) 

— 4. Jessie BOARDMAN-9.8.5 

— 4. George Herbert I BOARDMAN-9.8.6 (b.l 883 d.1969) 

sp: Rotha May Coventry PELL-9.8.6 w (m. 1 91 9 d. 1 946) 
f— 5. Rotha Jean BOARDMAN-9.8.6.1 (b.1919) 

sp: Herbert Lawrence BAILEY-9.8.6.1h (m.1942) 

^- 6. Shirley Jean BAlLEY-9861 1 (b.l 943) 
sp: Ken WOR-98611h (m.1963) 

— 7. Jennifer WOR-9861 1 1 

— 7. Donald WOR-9861 12 

— 7. Trevor WOR-9861 13 
I— 7. Peter WOR-9861 14 

— 6. Lawrence BAlLEY-986 12 (b.1946) 

sp: Elizabeth -9861 2w 

— 7. Susan BAlLEY-986121 

— 7. Lynda BAlLEY-986122 

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7. Edward BAILEY-986123 

— 6. Richard David BAILEY-9861 3 (b.1951) 
sp: Michelle BREWS-98613w (m.1974) 

7. Grant BAILEY-986131 
6. Desmond Leslie BAILEY-98614 (b.1953) 
sp: Sharon SAUNDERS-98614w (m.1976) 
7. Gail Claire BAILEY-9861 41 
^ 6. Maureen Ellen BAILEY-9861 5 (b.1956) 
sp: Hamilton SAUNDERS-98615h (m.1975) 
5. Hedley Aubrey BOARDMAN-9.8.6.2 (b.1 922) 
sp: Magrieta Gertoide Alleta BEER-9.8.6.2w (b. 1 925 m. 1 949) 
6. Herbert Aubrey BOARDM AN-98621 (b. 1 950) 
6. Raymond Desmond BOARDM AN-98622 (b.1 956) 

sp: Charlene -98622w 
6. Allen BOARDMAN-98623 (b.1958) 
sp: Janice Ann DUURSMAN-98623w (b.1 959 m.1983) 
7. Thomas Raymond BOARDMAN-98623 1 (b.1990) 
7. Sarah Gail BOARDMAN-986232 (b.1992) 

— 5. George Herbert Eric BOARDMAN-9.8.6.3 
sp: June FOYER-9.8.6.3W (m.1964) 
^ 6. Annette BOARDMAN-98631 (b.1969) 
L 6. Karen BOARDMAN-98632 (b.1971) 

5. Doris Edwina Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.4 (b. 1 925) 
sp: James John RICH ARDS-9.8.6.4h (m. 1 947) 

— 5. Enid Irene BOARDMAN-9.8.6.5 (b.1925) 
sp: Barend Gemt WORST-9.8.6.5h (m.1959) 

— 6. Michael John WORST-98651 (b.1952) 
sp: Jane Ann -9865 1 w (m. 1 972) 

6. David Charles WORST-98652 
6. Charmain Enid WORST-98653 (b. 1 958) 
sp: Kevin STOHR-98653h (m.1976) 

— 5. Denis James Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.6 (b.1 929) 

— 5. Olive Lucy Coventry BOARDMAN-9.8.6.7 (b. 1 931 ) 

sp: Stephen C. CAMPBELL-9.8.6.7h (m.1950) 
^ 6. Mary Rotha CAMPBELL-98671 
4. Selina Sarah BOARDMAN-9.8.7 (d. 1 956) 
sp: Thomas O'Reilly HOG AN-9.8.7h (d. 1 937) 

— 5. Hugh HOGAN-9.8.7.1 
5. Clement HOGAN-9.8.7.2 

— 5. Kate HOGAN-9.8.7.3 

— 5. Theresa HOGAN-9.8.7.4 

— 5. Patsy HOGAN-9.8.7.5 

4. Irene Florence BOARDMAN-9.8.8 

sp: William HAGGET-9.8.8h 
4. John Alfred Hedley BOARDMAN-9.8.9 (b.1 894 d.1959) 
sp: Anna Maria Cornelia SWART-9.8.9w (b. 1 897 d. 1 957) 
5. Clifford Hedley BOARDMAN-9.8.9. 1 (b.1916 d.1987) 
sp: Helen Margaret ROBERTSON-9.8.9.1w (b.1918 m.1939) 
6. Dennis Reginald BOARDMAN-9891 1 (b.1943 d.1987) 

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sp: Dorethea GROENEWALD-98911w (b.1945 m.1964) 

— 7. Mark Evan BOARDMAN-9891 1 1 (b.1968) 

sp: Mrs. BOARDMAN-989111W (m.1891) 
L- 8. Cheryl BOARDMAN-9891111 (b.1993) 

— 7. Chantel BOARDMAN-9891 12 (b.1970) 

sp: Jacco LUBBE-989112w (b.1970 m.1991) 
^ 8. Taain-MomeLUBBE-9891121 (b.1993) 
sp: Anna Maria KILLIAN-98911w2 (b.1958 m.1978) 

— 5. Evelyn Marjorie BOARDMAN-9.8.9.2 (b.1919 d.1985) 

sp: Robert Cecil Thomas MCCLUGHAN-9.8.9.2h (b.l914 m.1936 d.1943) 

— 6. Cecil Robert MCCLUGHAN-98921 (b.1937 d.1987) 

sp: Barbara CLASSEN-9892 1 w (b. 1 936 m . 1 962) 

— 7. Christine MCCLUGHAN-98921 1 (b.1963) 

sp: Armas Gabrem FERRERA-989211h (b.1960 m.1988) 
— 8. Leese FERRERA-9892111 (b.1991) 
L 8. Jaana FERRERA-9892112 (b.1993) 

— 7. Robert MCCLUGHAN-98921 2 (b.1964) 

^ 7. Cecil Adriaan MCCLUGHAN-98921 3 (b.1967) 
sp: Dirk ENGELBRECHT-9.8.9.2h2 (b.1914 m.1946 d.1983) 
^ 6. Ann-Marie ENGELBRECHT-98922 (b.1949) 

sp: Roderick Edward WILEY-98922h (b.1947 m.1971) 

— 7. Lizelle WILEY-989221 (b.1973) 
L 7. Heloise WILEY-989222 (b.1975) 

— 5. Joyce Daphne BOARDMAN-9.8.9.3 (b.1927) 

sp: Oswald Alexander SCORGIE-9.8.9.3h (b.1925 m.1946) 

— 6. Robert CliHord SCORGIE-98931 (b.1948 d.1951) 

— 6. Yvonne Daphne SCORGIE-98932 (b.1950) 

sp: Allen Bruce PHILLIPS-98932h (b.1952 m.1971) 

— 7. Bronwen Lee PHILLIPS-989321 (b.1972) 
7. Gareth Scott PHILLIPS-989322 (b.1974) 

— 6. Charmaine Joyce SCORGIE-98933 (b.1 952) 

sp: John Haig MACDONALD-98933h (b. 1 947 m. 1 974) 

— 7. Damon Jon MAC DONALD-989331 (b.1975) 
L 7. Chad Danie MAC DONALD-989332 (b.1 982) 

— 6. Rozanna Elizabeth SCORGIE-98934 

I— 6. Anthony Clarence SCORGIE-98935 (b.1966) 
sp: Yvonne GOOSEN-98935w (b.1970 m.1991) 
sp: Elizabeth Maria ROBERTSON-9.8.9w2 (b.1916 m.1937) 

— 5. Elsie Bertha BOARDMAN-9.8.9.4 (b.1 939) 

sp: Christopher Louis HAGER-9.8.9.4h (b.1 938 m.1960) 

— 6. Karen HAGER-98941 (b.1962) 

sp: Petms SWART-98941h (b.1 959 m.1985) 

— 7. Conry SWART-98941 1 (b.1 988) 
7. Luan SWART-98941 2 (b.1992) 

— 6. Karl Otto HAGER-98942 (b.1 964) 

sp: Marietjie OOSTHUIZEN-98942w (b.1972 m.1991) 

— 7. Andrea HAGER-989421 (b.1 992) 
L- 7. Son HAGER-989422 (b.1994) 

6. Monica HAGER-98943 (b.1 965) 

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sp: Frik LAUBSCHER-98943h (b. 1 962 m. 1 988) 
^ 7. Janine LAUBSCHER-989431 (b.1991) 
— 5. George Arthur BOARDMAN-9.8.9.5 (b.1942) 
sp: Ann VERMEULEN-9.8.9.5w (b.1949 m.1968) 
^ 6. Luicelle BOARDMAN-98951 (b.1969) 
j sp: Robert CROSBY-98951h (m.1990) 
— 6. Beverley BOARDMAN-98952 (b.1972) 
^ 6. Unita BOARDMAN-98953 (b.1977) 
sp: Alta BRITZ-9.8.9.5W2 (b.1968 m.1988) 
^ 6. Juan Clifford BOARDMAN-98951 (b.1990) 
I— 5. John Alfred BOARDMAN-9.8.9.6 (b.1945) 

sp: Maria Magdelena DEBEER-9.8.9.6w (b.1950 m.1972) 
^ 6. Bryan John BOARDMAN-98961 (b.1975) 
— 3. Jessie Letitia BOARDMAN-9.9 (b.1853) 



537 



538 



INDEX 



Albany District, 1820's report to Sir Rufane Donkin 93 

Anglo-Boer War 331 

Ashton, Mary, 1742 3 

Aubrey, Neville John, 1940 422 

Baker, Alwyn Evelyn, 1908 421 

Baker, Margaret Isabel, 1941 420, 421, 422 

Barkly Brass Band, 1896, photo 373 

Barkly District, allocation of farms, 1868 263, 339 

Barkly District, "Ashton" land lease 338 

Bathurst Primary School 107 

Beaufort Vale, photos 372 

Beaufort Vale, photo 101, 225 

Beeton, Arthur, 1839 416 

Beeton, Thomas Barker, 1858 419 

Bettesworth, Grace Beatrice, 1910 421 

Blackburn Grammar School, Schedule and Terms 56 

Blackburn School 48, 56 

Boardman, Alberta Johanna 429 

Boardman, Alfred Herbert, 1873 383 

Boardman, Alice Irene, 1884 364 

Boardman Alphabetical Name List 451 

Boardman, Beulah Daphne, 1928 379 

Ancestry chart 381 

Family photographs 380 

Photo, with Clarence D. Taylor, 1994 380 

Boardman, Caroline Maria Tarkington, 1841 423 

Boardman, Carrington, 1905 378 

Boardman, Clement Hamilton Crause, 1870 280 

1890 Pioneer Corp Record 288 

Descendants chart 294 

Family Group Record 286 

Paper (extract) on Cecil John Rhodes 292 

Pedigree chart 296 

Boardman Descendants, from the Beulah Laughton and John R. Bulmer charts .... 503 

Boardman, Dr. Leslie Grey, 1913 300 

Boardman, Earl Philip, 1932 371 

Boardman, Ebenezer Cecil, 1864 275 

Boardman, Elaine, 1931 382 

Boardman, George Herbert, 1850 427 

Boardman, George Herbert, 1883 439 

Boardman, Holbrook, Ashton, 1877 308 

Boardman homesite, photo 97, 101 

Boardman, Humphry Thomas, 1861 357 



539 



INDEX 



Boardman, Idris Peter James, 1931 328 

Boardman, James (M.B.E.), 1879 310 

Family Group Record 314 

Papers relating to M.B.E. recognition 316 

Pedigree chart 323 

Boardman, James Hayes, 1808 228 

Descendants chart 236 

Family Group Record 232, 234 

Pedigree chart 253 

Photo and grave marker 261 

Boardman, James French 366 

Boardman, James, 1866 359 

Descendants chart 325 

Photographs of family 324 

Boardman, Jane Sophia Holder, 1862 271 

Boardman, Johanna Wandras, photo 305 

Boardman, John Charles, 1845 424 

Boardman, John Ashton, 1804 221 

Boardman, John Charles I, 1870 426 

Boardman, Judith, 1796 136 

Descendants chart 144 

Family Group Record 134 

Boardman, Laura Emelie, 1886 437 

Boardman, Mabel Ruth 367 

Boardman, Margaret, 1802 218 

Boardman, Mary Augusta, 1837 254, 260 

Boardman, Mary, 1795 123 

Descendants chart 129 

Family Group Record 125 

Boardman, Millicent Magdalena Emma, 1901 386 

Photo 388 

Wedding photo 404 

Boardman name, history 2 

Boardman, Neville Garfield Hope, 1881 329 

Boardman, Philip William, 1834 254 

Descendants chart 264 

Family Group Record 258 

Letter to son, James, 1905 256 

Pedigree chart 269 

Photo 261 

Testimonial for services rendered to Barkly District 255, 262 

Boardman, Philip Thomas, 1901 370 

Boardman, Philip Clarence, 1873 408 



540 



INDEX 



Boardman, Philip Dixie, 1866 278 

Boardman, Rev. William, 1768 31 

Appointment, Blackburn Grammar School 55 

Bible, extracts of family data from 120 

Birth certificate 32 

Chronology in Albany 108 

Desire to return to England 100 

Family Group Record 116 

Interview, Blackburn Grammar School 53 

Letter of Recommendation 41 

Letter to Earl Bathurst 60 

Letter to son, William 88 

Marriage license 39 

Marriage Obligation 37 

Nominate to Office of Curate 43 

Obituary 115 

Qualification Letter, Blackburn Grammar School 48 

Settler Party leader 86 

Testimonial 45 

"The Settler Priest," Eve Mathew, 1974 33 

Boardman, Sarah Hayes, 1806 224 

Boardman, Sarah Hayes, 1841 416 

Boardman, Susannah, 1798 212 

Boardman, Thomas Andrew, 1949 303 

Boardman, Thomas, 1800 215 

Boardman, Thomas, 1746, father of Rev. William Boardman 2 

Diary excerpt of Henry Aldous Dixon 5 

Engagement 9 

Estate, 1886 enquiry 25 

Family Group Record 13 

Last Will and Testament 19 

Obligation Bond 11 

Recollection of Grandfather by James Hayes Boardman 231 

Will, summary 18 

Boardman, Vida, 1919 326 

Boardman, William John, 1836 334 

Descendants chart 340 

Family Group Record 336 

Boardman, William Salmon, 1877 429 

Boardman, William John, 1811 412 

Boardman, William Charles, 1871 368 

Descendants chart 374 

Pedigree chart 377 



541 



INDEX 



Boardman, William Thomas, 1871 297 

Descendants chart 306 

Pedigree chart 307 

Boshoff, Louisa Catherine, 1882 299 

Brooks, Fredrick A., 1946 401 

Family photo 404 

Brummer, Pierre, 1939 391 

Family photo 404 

My Rhodesian War Involvement 396 

Photo, 1996 400 

Buffels Hoek, photo 192 

Bulmer chart 121, 196 

Bulmer, John R., pedigree chart of Boardman family 121 

Caldecot, Mary Ann, 1812 412 

Chronological Qvents, The Lower Albany Chronicle, IS20-IS25 108 

Cory, Annie Sophia Maria, 1878 368 

Cory, Michelle Maria, 1881 408 

Crause, John, 1804 224 

Dairymple 367 

DeBruin, John George, 1932 364 

DeGrey, Sarah, 1844 163 

Desire to return to England 100 

Dimmock, Robin, 1923 365 

Discovering my "Gold Mine" in Johannesburg, Clarence D. Taylor 204 

Dixie, Elizabeth, 1815 228 

Dixon, Audrey Muriel, 1955 403 

Dixon, Dawn Denise, 1945 391 

Ancestry search 199 

Dixon Family photo, 1984 390 

Family photos 388 

Life on a Cane Farm in Zimbabwe 394 

"Menslage" photos, 1994 392 

Photo 203 

Preface v 

Dixon, Henry Aldous, 1835 162 

Account of collision with iceberg 172 

Ancestry chart 167 

Children, list 169 

Children, photo 170 

Descendants chart 171 

Family Group Record 163, 166 

Photograph 168 

Photograph with wives 165 



542 



INDEX 



Dixon, John Henry, 1786 133 

Dixon, Judith Anne, 1826 142 

Dixon location, photo 141 

Dixon, Maria Louise, 1872 176 

Children, photos 182 

Descendants chart 209 

Family Group Record 179 

Pedigree chart 210 

Photo 177, 187 

Tribute to "Aunt Rye" by Rhea Dixon Reeve 183 

Dixon, Shirley, 1948 401 

Dixon Sister's Club 188 

Dixon, Wallace Walter, 1951 402 

Family photo 404 

Dixon, Wertham Ward (Wally), 1920 389 

Doyle, Lillian Gertrude, 1874 286 

Drostdy, Bathurst, 1825, photo 91 

Earl(e), Sophia Benison, 1829 127 

Earl(e), William John, 1800 124 

Embarkation List, partial, William Boardman family 59 

Englebrecht, Hester 275 

Family Identification No xiv 

Family photographs 373 

Fritz, Alfred Thomas, photo 388 

Fritz, Ivy Doreen, 1936 405 

Descendants and Pedigree charts 407 

Fritz, Johan Thomas, 1896 386 

Fritz, Muriel Hester, 1923 389 

Photo 404 

Fritz-Roos wedding photo, 1993 406 

Fuenilove, Jane, 1807 215 

Grahamstown, photos 161 

Hamilton, John Coates, 1879 437 

Hartman, Henry, photo 143 

Hartman, Jessie Elizabeth, photo 143 

Hartman, Johan Godlieb 142 

Hartman, John, photo 143 

Hartman, William, photo 143 

Hartman, William's store, Cradock 143 

Hartmann, Henry, photo 143 

Hartmann, Jessie Elizabeth 143, 159 

Hartmann, John, photo 143 

Hartmann, William, photo 143 



543 



INDEX 



Hartmann's store, Cradock 143 

Hawley, Beatrice 366 

Heritage, Denese Alice, 1947 402 

Holder, Jane Sophia 229, 234, 235 

I. D. numbers xiv 

Introna, Neville Trevor, 1955 403 

Family photo 404 

James, Rodney Laurence, 1960 435 

Jarman, Thomas, 1797 212 

Johnson, Sophia Elizabeth, 1908 378 

Keown, Lilian Alice, 1924 365 

Keown, Mary Frances, 1932 364 

Keown, William James 364 

La Belle Alliance 68 

Lancaster, U. K., parish plat 6 

Landing, 1820 Settlers 76, 83 

Laughton, Belinda Marjorie, 1973 " 379, 380 

Laughton, Beulah, Boardman descendants, photo 504 

Laughton, Carrington Roger, 1972 379, 380 

Laughton, Harold, 1933 379 

Leave permits 96, 97, 98 

Life on a Cane Farm in Zimbabwe, Dawn Dixon Brummer 394 

Lower Albany Chronicle 108 

Lynch, John 423 

Mallet, Greville William, 1855 271 

Map, to the Boardman ruins, north of Bathurst 92 

Mashonaland 292 

McDonald, Donald Murdock 160 

McDonald, Florence Mary 146, 156, 157, 158, 160 

Meiring, Eveleen May, 1888 314 

Menslage, Brummer' s Cane Farm, Zimbabwe, photos 392 

Millar, Scott Gould, 1963 . 434 

MuUins, Carolynne Todd, photo 433 

Naude, Johanna Etresia, 1880 384 

Occupation Day, Rhodesia 293 

Oxen, photos 85 

Pearsall, Norma Isabel, 1935 371 

Pell, Rotha May Coventry 439 

Penn, Amy Elizabeth, 1872 426 

Pentz, MargarethaJ. K., 1854 419 

Port Elizabeth (Algoa Bay), photos 84 

Radford, Deryck Vincent 149, 157 

Radford home, Cradock, photo 160 



544 



INDEX 



Radford, Joseph 158 

Radford, Joyce Mavis 150, 157, 160 

Radford, Mervin Desmond 153, 157 

Radford, Sylvia Grace 151, 157, 160 

Radford, Yvonne Beryl 152, 157 

Radfords of Cradock 146 

Renewal of family ties in South Africa 189 

Rhodesian War Involvement, Pierre Brummer 396 

Rice, Angela, 1943 431 

Roberts, Rosina 357 

Roos, Tielman, 1930 405 

Rubidge, Herbert Jones, 1826 127 

Ruins, Boardman homesite, photo 95 

Sailing ship, drawing 64, 74 

Search for family records in Africa, Clarence D. Taylor 193, 196 

Search for Family Records in South Africa, 1932, Clarence D. Taylor 193 

Second Experience Finding Relatives in Africa, Clarence D. Taylor 196 

Settlement area, photos 85 

Shipboard regulations, 1820 75 

Siebert, Douglas Marcus, 1921 326 

Smith, Maria, 1850 424 

Smith, Mary Ann, 1852 166 

Smith, William, 1792 218 

Solmon, Bertha 427 

Song of the Early Settlers 106 

Stafford Family photo 433 

Stafford, Glenda Lynn, 1961 435 

Stafford, Ivan Campbell, 1940 432 

Stafford, Karen Patricia, 1966 434 

Struggle for survival 102 

Taylor, Arthur NichoUs, 1870 179 

Thomas, Caroline Frances, 1841 254, 258 

Thomas, Emma, 1839 336 

Thomas, Humphry, 1812 235 

Todd, Carolyne Jane, 1964 436 

Todd, Douglas Clifford, 1940 431 

Todd, Valerie Violet, 1944 432 

Toposcope, Memorial to 1820 Settlers, photos 87 

Transfer of party leadership to William Boardman 86 

Utah Boardman-Dixon Alphabetical Name List 483 

Waai Plaats, photo 141 

Westhuizen, Magdalene V. D 370 

Wild animals, photos 114 



545 



INDEX 



Williams, Albert Edward, 1930 382 

Willson Party, 1820 Settlers 66 

Willson Party 58 

Willson' s departure 80 

Winwick Church, drawing 4 

Winwick Parish, U. K 6 

Wyatt, Frances Emily, 1870 359 



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