Cecilea  (D'Atis) des Prez

Cecilea (D'Atis) des Prez (abt. 1645 - 1720)

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Cecilea "Cecilia, Cécile, Cecilea, Cicile, Cicilia" des Prez formerly D'Atis aka du Preez, du Prees, du Pré, d'Athis, Datis
Born about in Courtrai, West Flanders, Belgiummap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married (to ) [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Soetendal, Drakenstein, Dutch Cape Colony [South Africa]map
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Categories: Cape of Good Hope Stamouer-Progenitor | The Dutch Cape Colony 1652-1806 | Cape of Good Hope Project Needs Validation | Huguenot Migration.

Table Bay, South Africa (1762)
Cecilea (D'Atis) des Prez was part of the settlement of the Dutch Cape Colony.
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Cecilea (D'Atis) des Prez was a Huguenot emigrant.
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Contents

Biography

Biografie (Afrikaans)

Du Preez geskiedenis 1050-1688
"Die naam Du Preez beteken "man van die huis by die weiland". Die familie Du Preez van Suid-Afrika kom oorspronklik vanuit die streek tussen die riviere die Schelde en die Somme in Vlaandere. Hulle het hulle naam aanvanklik Des Prez en ook Des Pres geskryf.
Die van bestaan al vir meer as 900 jaar lank. Die vroegste draer van die van was Lambert de Pre, wat teen ongeveer 1050 gebore is en wat seneskalk van Luik was. Sy nageslag het die van oorgeërf. 'n Ander bekende du Preez, was die beroemde Renaissance komponis, Josquin des Prez, 1440-1521."[1][citation needed]
Die Du Preez voorouers het iets saamgebring wat na meer as 300 jaar nog in die Kaapse staatsargief bewaar gebly het: die attestaat wat die Franstalige Waalse kerk in Vlissingen[2] aan hulle gegee het as 'n soort getuigskrif. (Kyk foto). Geen ander Suid-Afrikaanse Hugenote familie beskik vandag nog oor so iets nie.
Die attestaat lees vertaald:
Ons, predikant en ouderlinge van die Waalse Kerk van Vlissingen, sertifiseer hiermee dat Hercule des Pres en sy vrou openlik die Gereformeerde Geloof bely het en met toenemnde vroomheid onder ons gewoon het, die heilige byeenkomste bygewoon en aan die Sakrament van die Heilige Avondmaal deelgeneem het. Gevolglik versoek ons ons hooggeëerde broederleiers van die ander kerke om hulle as lede van die kerk van Jesus Christus te erken, in die vertroue waarvan ons hierdie getuienis onder ons gebruiklike stempel onderteken het. Gedaan tydens 'n kerkraadsvergadering hierdie 11de dag van die maand Februarie 1688. (Get.) Lombard, Predikant. (Get.) Daniel degroote, Ouderling namens almal (op die kerkraad)."[1][citation needed]
"Hercules, die Du Preez stamvader, was getroud met Cecilia d'Atis[3][4] (1650-1720). Op 18 April 1690 ontvang Hercules des Prez 510 Gulden van die Hollands Oos-Indiese Kompanjie. Hy woon op die plaas De Zoete Inval. (De Soete Inval), nou Paarl stasie en oos daarvan. Die plaas is in 1692 aan hom toegesê en formeel toegeken 15/10/1697. Hercules sterf 1695.[5] Cecilia D'Atis trou na Hercules se dood met Pierre Dumont.
Kinders:
  1. Elizabeth (gebore 1670): Trou met Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Kinders: Anna (trou met Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (trou met Charles du Plessis), Pieter.
  2. Hercule (1672 - 9 Mei 1721): Lid van Hof van Landdrost en Heemraad van Stellenbosch, kaptein van Burgher Kavallerie. Weier om in die hof te verskyn weens sy teenkanting teen Goewerneur Willem Adriaan van der Stel. Word in sy afwesigheid tot vyf jaar ballingskap in Mauritius en 'n boete van £41 13s 4d gevonnis. Word onbevoeg verklaar om ooit 'n politieke of militêre posisie te beklee. Hy word op 4 Februarie 1707 in hegtenis geneem. Hy word egter saam met Adam Tas en ander burgers vrygelaat kort voordat hulle na Mauritius sou vertrek. Teken sy naam as "des Pres". Getroud met: 1. Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). 1 Seun en 1 dogter. 2. Cornelia Villion (Viljoen).
  3. Marie-Jeanne (gebore 1675 of 1678): Getroud met Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron van Nismes)(1668-1739). Noem haarself as "van Bethun"‚ in haar testament. 5 Seuns en 3 dogters.
  4. Francois-Jean (gebore 1677) Getroud met Marie Cordier. Twee seuns.
  5. Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) Kom vanaf Lille in Flandre. Getroud met Abraham Vivier. Het 4 seuns en 5 dogters.
  6. Philippe (gebore te Kortryk, in 1681) Vlug vanaf Bethuné‚ in Artois. Woon op die plaas De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), tans die gebied Noordoos van die sportveld op Wellington. Toegeken 1699. Hy besit ook Artois en De Hoop in Land van Waveren onder die Witsenberge, naby Wolseley, in die Tulbagh distrik (albei toegeken 1714). Hy is in 1696 getroud met Elizabeth Prevost (gebore 1683, dogter van Charles Prevost: sy het saam met 'n broer en 'n suster van Marcq (Marck) naby Calais gekom)."[1][citation needed]
Hercule du PRE/des PRES (vandag bekend as du PREEZ), gebore 1645, van Cortryk (Courtrai) was 'n Franse Hugenoot wat in 1688 met sy vrou Cecilia D'ATIS na SA gekom het op die Schelde vanaf Vlissingen in Nederland. In 1690 het hy finansiele hulp vir homself en 5 kinders ontvang. Hy het homself in 1692 gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl, en is omstreeks 1695 oorlede, en het 3 seuns en 3 dogters nagelaat.[6]
1. Phillipe * 1681 Courtrai x Elizabeth Prevot, landbouer, gevestig te Klipvallei, Wamakersvallei en De Hoop en Artois (1714), Tulbach. Hy het 'n groot gesin gehad.[6]
2. Hercule * Courtrai 1672, was lid van die kollege van landdros en heemrade van Stellenbosch en kaptein van die burger-kavallerie. Gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl. x Marie le Febre xx Cornelia Villion (Viljoen) + 9/5/1721[6]
3. Jacquemina x Abraham Vivier[6]
4. Maria Johanna x Jacques Theron[6]
5. Elizabeth x 25/7/1688 Pieter Jansz van Marsevene[6]
6. Francois x Maria Cordier, boer op Hexenberg, Wagenmakersvallei.[6]
Verwysings:
  1. De Villiers/Pama
  2. Heese/Lombard
  3. Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek
  4. Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek[7][6]

Biographie (Français)

Histoire des Du Preez 1050-1688
Le nom Du Preez signifie "qui habite près d’un pré ou d’un pâturage". La famille Du Preez d’Afrique du Sud a son origine dans la région entre l’Escaut et la Somme en Flandre. A l’origine ils épelaient leur nom Des Prez et aussi Des Pres.
Ce nom existe depuis plus de 900 ans. Le premier porteur connu du nom fut Lambert de Pre, qui naquit vers 1050 et fut sénéchal de Liège. Ses descendants héritèrent du nom. Un autre du Preez célèbre fut le compositeur bien connu de la Renaissance, Josquin des Prez, 1440-1521.[1][citation needed]
Les ancêtres Du Preez apportèrent avec eux un document qui, après plus de 300 ans se trouve toujours dans les archives du Cap: l’attestation que l’église wallonne française leur avait donné à Flessingue comme référence.[2] (Voir la photo). Aucune autre famille huguenote sud-africaine ne possède un tel document.
Voici l’attestation."[1][citation needed]
"Hercules, l’ancêtre des Du Preez, était marié à Cecilia d'Atis (1650-1720). Le 18 avril 1690, Hercules des Prez reçut 510 florins de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales . Il vécut dans la ferme De Zoete Inval. (De Soete Inval), qui se trouve à présent à l’emplacement de la gare et à l’est de celle-ci. La ferme lui avait été promise en 1692 et officiellement allouée le 5/10/1697. Hercules mourut en 1695 et sa veuve, Cecilia D'Atis épousa par la suite Pierre Dumont.
Les enfants:
  1. Elizabeth (née en 1670): Epousa Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Enfants: Anna (épousa Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (épousa Charles du Plessis), Pieter.
  2. Hercule (1672 - 9 mai 1721): Membre de "la Cour du Grand Bailli et du Conseil de Surveillance de Stellenbosch", capitaine de la "Cavalerie civile". Il refusa de paraître au tribunal où il avait été convoqué pour son opposition au Gouverneur Willem Adriaan van der Stel. Il fut condamné par contumace à 5 ans d’exil à l’île Maurice et à une amende de £41 13s 4d. On lui défendit à jamais de remplir une charge officielle ou militaire . Il fut arrêté le 4 Février 1707, mais relâché avec Adam Tas et d’autres "citoyens" peu avant le départ à l’île Maurice. Il signait son nom "des Pres". Il épousa : 1. Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). Un fils et une fille 2. Cornelia Villion (Viljoen).
  3. Marie-Jeanne (née en 1675 ou 1678): Mariée à Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron de Nismes)(1668-1739). Se dit "de Bethune"‚ dans son testament. 5 fils et 3 filles.
  4. Francois-Jean (né en 1677) Mariéà Marie Cordier. Deux fils.
  5. Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) De Lille en Flandre. Mariée à Abraham Vivier. 4 fils et 5 filles.
  6. Philippe (né à Courtrai en 1681) Fuit de Bethune‚ en Artois. Vécut à la ferme De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), située à présent au nord-est des terrains de sport de Wellington. Allouée en 1699. Il possédait aussi Artois et De Hoop dans le pays des Charrons au pied des montagnes du Witsenberge, près de Wolseley, dans le district de Tulbagh (toutes les deux furent allouées en 1714). Il épousa Elizabeth Prevost en 1696 (née en 1683, fille de Charles Prevost: Elle était venue au Cap de Marcq (Marck) près de Calais avec un frère et une soeur)."[1][citation needed]

Biography (English)

Du Preez history 1050-1688
The meaning of the name Du Preez is "man from the house at the meadows". The Du Preez family originates from the region between the Schelde and Somme rivers in Flanders. They originally wrote the name as Des Prez and also Des Pres.[8][5]
The surname is in existence for more than 900 years. The earliest bearer of the surname was Lambert de Pre, born around 1050 and who was seneschal of Luik. His descendants inherited the surname. Another well known du Preez was the famous Renaissance composer,Josquin des Prez, 1440-1521."[1][citation needed]
"The Du Preez ancestors brought with them something which, after 300 years, is still preserved in the Cape State Archives: the original certificate of church membership which the French Walloon church[2] gave them as testimonial. [...] No other South-African Huguenot family can today show such a testimonial.
Translated, the certificate reads:
We, minister and elders of the Walloon church of Vlissingen, certify herewith that Hercule des Pres and his wife openly professed the Reformed Faith and lived amongst us with increasing devoutness, attended the holy gatherings and participated in the Sacrement of the Holy Communion. We thus request our highly honoured brother-leaders of other churches to accept them as members of the church of Jesus Christ in the faith with which we signed this testimonial underneath our usual seal. Done during 'n church council meeting on this 11th day of the month February 1688 (signed) Lombard, Minister (Sign.) Daniel degroote, Elder on behalve of every one (on the church council)"[1][citation needed]
"Hercules, the Du Preez forefather, was married to Cecilia d'Atis[3][4] (1650-1720).[9][10] and died on 15 Nov 1720 in Soetendal Farm, Drakenstein, South Africa."[11][12] On April 18, 1690, Hercules des Prez received 510 Gulden from the Dutch East-Indian Company.[13][citation needed][12] He lived on the farm De Zoete Inval. (De Soete Inval), now Paarl station and east of it. The farm was promised to him in 1692 and formally allocated 15/10/1697. Hercules died in 1695 whereafter Cecilia D'Atis married Pierre Dumont.
Children:
  1. Elizabeth (born 1670): Marries Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Children: Anna (marries Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (marries Charles du Plessis), Pieter.
  2. Hercule (1672 - 9 May 1721): Member of "Hof van Landdrost en Heemraad van Stellenbosch", captain of the "Burgher Kavallerie". Refuses to appear in court for his opposition against Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel.[14] He is sentenced in his absence to five year in exile in Mauritius and a fine of £41 13s 4d. Certified incapable ever to hold a public or military position. Arrested on February 4, 1707. Released together with Adam Tas and other "burgers" shortly before departure to Mauritius. Sign his name as "des Pres". Married to: 1. Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). 1 son and 1 daughter. 2. Cornelia Villion (Viljoen).
  3. Marie-Jeanne (born 1675 or 1678): Married to Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron from Nismes) (1668-1739). Call her self as "from Bethun"‚ in her will. 5 Sons and 3 daughters.
  4. Francois-Jean (born 1677) Married to Marie Cordier. Two sons.
  5. Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) From Lille in Flanders. Married to Abraham Vivier. 4 Sons and 5 daughters.
  6. Philippe (born in Kortryk, 1681) Fled from Bethuné‚ in Artois. Live on the farm De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), currently the area North-east of the sportsfields in Wellington. Allocated 1699. Owns also Artois and De Hoop in Land van Waveren below the Witsenberge, near Wolseley, in the Tulbagh district (both allocated 1714). He married Elizabeth Prevost in 1696 (born 1683, daughter of Charles Prevost: she came to the Cape from Marcq (Marck) near Calais with a brother and sister)."[2][citation needed]

Name

Taking the LNAB as A'tis as most probable[15]
Cecilia /d Atijs/[16]
Cecilia /d'Atis/ SM/PROG[17]
Given Name: Cecilia[17]
Surname: d'Atis[17]
Name Suffix: SM/PROG[17]
Nickname: Cecilia du Preez[17]
A Given name was found in addition to a first name in the NAME tag.[17]
A suffix was found both in the NAME and in an NSFX tag.[17]

Birth

Date: 1650[8] Cecilia D'Atis was born about 1650.[18][19] Cecilia was born in 1660. [20] Cecelia was born about 1650. [21] ABT 1645[17]
Place: Courtrai (currently Kortrijk), Flemish Region, (currently) Belgium[17] Flushing [Vlissingen], Netherlands[8]

Migration

Date: 5 JUN 1688 on board / aan boord De Schelde[17][22][23][24]
On the passenger list her name is noted (with the names of her children and her husband) as:
  • Cecilia Datis du Preez, Courtrai, Flandres
  • Hercule Des Prez of Courtrai Flandres
  • Elizabeth Des Pres - 18
  • Hercule Des Pres Jr. - 16
  • Marie-Jeanne Des Prez - 13
  • Francois-Jean Des Prez - 11
  • Jacqueline Des Prez - 9
  • Philippe Des Prez - 7[25]
Another source on this same website gives the names as following:
  • Hercule des Pres (1645-1695) and Cécile dÁrtis (1650-1720)
  • Isabeau des Prez (1670-aft.1710)
  • Hercule des Prez (1672-1721)
  • Marie-Jeanee de Prez (1675-1763)
  • Francois-Jean des Prez (1677-aft.1712)
  • Jacquamine des Prez (1679-1715)
  • Philippe des Prez (1681-1722)[26]

After the death of Hercules

Pierre [Robert], an agriculturist at Drakenstein, in 1700 married Cecilia D'Atis, widow of Hercules des Pres, Sr. She died 15th November, 1720, and was then living on the farm "Soetendal" in Drakenstein.[27][17][28][17]

Death

Date: 15 NOV 1720 [29][8] Cecilia D'Atis passed away about 1720.[18][19] Cecilia D'Athis passed away in 1720. [20] Cecelia D'Athis passed away in 1720. [21][17]
Place: Soetendal, Paarl[17] Drakenstein, South Africa[8]

Sources


  • WikiTree profile D'Atis-1 created through the import of wikitree upload.ged on Jul 19, 2012 by Arrie Klopper. User ID: C36495B092116D4F979CE65E441BF756EE99 Prior to import, this record was last changed 8 Jan 2010.


  • WikiTree profile D'Atis-3 through the import of Vermaak Family Site - 05 May 2013.GED on May 5, 2013 by Dina Vermaak. User ID: B1CF5DFC-D8AD-4428-AE45-0C79FF66C04F Record ID Number: MH:I1351 : 13 APR 2009 16:23:38 GMT+2

  • WikiTree profiel DAtis-2 through the import of export-Ancestors.ged on Jul 31, 2014 by Karina Mulder. Record File Number: geni:6000000003059183663 : Submitter: @S340970393020012888@ Prior to import, this record was last changed 13:06:09 23 JUL 2013.

  • WikiTree profile Datis-1 created through the import of Ancestors_DippenaarAndre_noinfo.GED on Oct 23, 2012 by Andrew Dippenaar. Record ID Number: MH:I1500 : User ID: 35AEEF1F-702A-4EB8-82C9-3F3D1CAE4793 : UPD 28 JAN 2012 23:00:57 GMT+2

  • WikiTree profile D Atijs-1 was created through the import of Venter_2013_2015-01-12_2015-01-1402.ged on Jan 14, 2015 by Wilhelm Venter.
  • Source: S5 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.; Repository: #R2
  • Repository: R2 Name: Ancestry.com

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Source: http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg/ (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Philip van der Walt.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen (1584-1823). Op 13 mei 1823 besloot koning Willem I de Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen op te heffen, en te doen opgaan in de Nederduitse Hervormde Gemeente aldaar. De uitvoering van dit Koninklijk Besluit werd door de Waalse kerkeraad van Vlissingen vertraagd, zodat de koning op 1 juni 1825 zijn bevel moest herhalen, waarna het eindelijk werd opgevolgd, 1823, 1825. Source: Zeeuws Archief 202.61 Tentoonstelling Hugenoten in Zeeland Catalogus 7. Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen (1584-1823) NB: Bruikleen: Bibliothèque Wallonne, archief, inv.nr 516. (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Philip van der Walt.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "'n Tyd gelede is hier op die forum geskryf oor die Van Loveren wynlandgoed wat na Christina van Loveren, die Van Zyl stammoeder vernoem is. Nou sien ek vanoggend my verloofde het 'n bottel D'Athis by die huis aangebring.
    Die etiket agterop vertel kortliks die storie van Hercules du Preez en sy vrou Cecilia d'Athis en dat sy die eerste vroue wynmaker in SA geword het na hy haar 8 jaar na hul aankoms aan die Kaap ontval het....
    Ek bespeur 'n nuwe tendens van wynbemarking ..." Jaco Strauss. (Reference: -a ; Change: 11 Feb 2007, 13:41. Family Note)
  4. 4.0 4.1 Amanda Calitz.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Entered by Pieter Meyer, Apr 14, 2013.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 May 5, 2013 by Dina Vermaak.
  7. Saamgestel deur: Martina Louw (nee van Breda) : Kennethl@@xtra.co.nz
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Between 1690 and 1724, 54 Huguenots signed documents [in] de Caep de Goede Hoop. These signatures were published by Graham Botha in his book The French Refugees at the Cape and can be seen in the attached scan of the relevant page and includes those of Louis de Berault, Hercules des Prez, Jacques Delporte, Jean Durand, Jacques de Savoye, Jacques Nourtier, André Gauch, Francois Rétif, Guillaume Néel, Paul Roux, Daniel Hùgo, David Senecal, Pierre Simond, Jean Prieur du Plessis, Guillaume du Toit, Francois du Toit, Jean le Roux, Jacques Therond, Abraham de Villiers, Jean Gardiol, Jacques de Villiers, Pierre de Villiers, Isaac Taillefert, Jean Taillefert, Jean Gardé, Claude Marais, Estienne Bruére, Daniel des Ruelles, Pierre Rousseau, Jacques Pinard, Estienne Cronjé, Jacques Malan, Gabriël le Roux, David du Bùisson, Daniel Nourtier, Estienne Niel, Philippe Fouché, Gideon le Grand, Pierre Cronjé, Paul Couvret, Paul le Febvre, Salomon de Gournay, Pierre Vivier, Pierre Jourdan, Estienne Viret, Esaias Engelbert Caucheteux and Jean de Buijs.
  9. "Hercules married Cecilia Datÿs in 1667. (Cecilia Datÿs was born circa 1650)
  10. Cornelis Pama Dr., Die Groot Afrikaanse Familienaamboek, ISBN 0 7981 1561 0 (Cape Town, South Africa: Human & Rousseau, 1983), 105.
  11. Elaine Du Preez-Bell Mrs, Genealogy of my Du Preez Family (Betty's Bay, Western Cape: Private, 2012), Pg. 17.
  12. 12.0 12.1 http://www.kriste.co.uk/240.html (seen July 5, 2014) Philip van der Walt.
  13. "Arrived in 1688 or 1689 as a French refugee / colonist. Hercules Des Pre - Du Pres, or Du Preez - Came from Cortryk or Courtrai, Flanders. He, his wife, Cecilia Datys (died on the farm "Soetendal" on 15-11-1720) and four children sailed in the 'Schelde'. The voyage probably took 4-6 months. They encountered two terrible storms and had to put into St. Jago, then again into Port Prayo. He arrived as a French Refugee and Colonist in 1689. On 18 or 19 April 1690 he received help from the Consistory of Batavia of £35 - 8 - 4, for himself, his wife and five children. In 1692 he was granted land and the deed was signed on 15-10-1697. His home was "Den Soeten Inval" - Paarl, where the railway station now stands. He died on 22-11-1696." Source: Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969); Original family tree drawn in 1943 and signed "To dear Aunt Mary with lots of love from Agnes (Aug 1943)". Aunt Mary is Mary Susan Crampton (née Norval) (RIN. 429). A later version of this family tree was included in Agnes Rissik's book "Letters to my Grandchildren" (published 1969).
  14. "De menschen in de France Hoek souden op morgen alle gedagvaard worden aan 't huijs van Hercules du Pres; de andere Francen daags daar aan ten huijse van Francois du Toit, die van de Paarl en daar omtrent een dag later in de molen van Drakenstijn ten ijnde om 't voornde: schrift in faveur van den gouvernr. te teekenen." Bron / Source: bron: Adam Tas, Dagboek (eds. Leo Fouché, A.J. Böeseken, vert. J.P. Smuts). Van Riebeeck-Vereniging, Kaapstad 1970.
  15. Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project. http://www.e-family.co.za/ffy/ Page: Cecilea d'Atis Seen and added by Philip van der Walt Aug 30, 2014.
  16. Jan 14, 2015 by Wilhelm Venter. Source: #S5 Page: Ancestry Family Tree
  17. 17.00 17.01 17.02 17.03 17.04 17.05 17.06 17.07 17.08 17.09 17.10 17.11 17.12 17.13 Jul 31, 2014 by Karina Mulder.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Pieter Meyer, Apr 14, 2013.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Lou Larney, Friday, September 6, 2013.
  20. 20.0 20.1 Entered by Carl van Lingen, Dec 28, 2011.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Francois Neil Du Preez, Thursday, January 30, 2014.
  22. De Schelde left Vlissingen for Cape February 19, 1688, 140 feet long, arrived Table Bay June 5, 1688, no deaths nor any sickness on board, put in at St. Jago for repairs June 22-30, 1688. Belonged to the Chamber of Zeeland. Left on 19 February 1688, arrived at the Cape on 29 May 1688 ([citation needed] to explain the discrepancies in the dates). Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Philip van der Walt, Aug 30, 2014.
  23. Jul 19, 2012 by Arrie Klopper.
  24. 24.0 24.1 Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).
  25. Source: Source:Coertzen, Pieter - "The Huguenots of South Africa 1688-1988", Tafelberg Publishers Limited, Cape Town, 1988 Contributor June 19, 1999 Sonia Tkachuk van Heerden. Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Philip van der Walt, Aug 30, 2014.
  26. Sources: mostly Appendix 2 of "Hugenotebloed in ons are" by J.G. le Roux (1992; ISBN 0-7969-0566-5) and "French speakers at the Cape" by M. Boucher (1981, ISBN 0-86981-222-X) Contributor Lesley Robertson Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Philip van der Walt, Aug 30, 2014.
  27. Source: http://southafrica.mypeoplepuzzle.net/
  28. Sy was die eerste vroue wynmaker in SA nadat haar man haar ontval het 8jr nadat hulle die land binnegekom het. (GenForum 11 Aug 2003). Sy was 'n ondernemende dame met sterk persoonlikheid en het 'n groot boedel gehad met o.a. 270 skape, beeste en stookketels. (sy xx ł1700 Pierre DUMONT). SAG DU PREEZ.
  29. Oct 23, 2012 by Andrew Dippenaar.


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De Zoete Inval
De Zoete Inval

Monument to the Du Preez family name
Monument to the Du Preez family name

Hercules du Pré Testament 22 November 1696
Hercules du Pré Testament 22 November 1696

French geographic origins Cape Huguenots
French geographic origins Cape Huguenots

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On 19 May 2016 at 14:29 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

Hi, could one of the active managers also add the project profile (wikitree-cape-of-good-hope-project@googlegroups.com) to the trusted list of this profile [Privacy Tab] and then also activate it as active manager to this profile, please? And drop me a note, thanks, Philip

On 17 Apr 2016 at 07:05 GMT Cape of Good Hope Project Profile WikiTree wrote:

Hi, could one of the active managers also add the project profile (wikitree-cape-of-good-hope-project@googlegroups.com) to the trusted list of this profile [Privacy Tab] and then also activate it as active manager to this profile, please? And then drop me a note, Thanks, Philip

On 17 Apr 2016 at 07:04 GMT Cape of Good Hope Project Profile WikiTree wrote:

Hi, could one of the active managers also add the project profile (wikitree-cape-of-good-hope-project@googlegroups.com) to the trusted list of this profile [Privacy Tab] and then also activate it as active manager to this profile, please? And then drop me a note, Thanks, Philip

On 30 Aug 2014 at 16:54 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

DAtis-2 and D'Atis-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same data, same person. Profile already existed and it should be merged.

On 27 Aug 2014 at 03:41 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

Datis-1 and D'Atis-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same data (same spouse) D'Atis-1 has the nearest to correct French spelling of the LNAB at that time.

On 28 Jun 2014 at 09:33 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

D'Athis-1 and D'Atis-2 appear to represent the same person because: Same data, slight variation in spelling of LNAB.

On 18 Jun 2014 at 17:49 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

D'Atis-2 and D'Atis-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same data

On 18 Jun 2014 at 17:18 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

D'Atis-3 and D'Atis-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same data, same person.

On 28 Apr 2014 at 16:55 GMT Philip van der Walt wrote:

D'Atis-4 and D'Atis-2 appear to represent the same person because: Same spouse, same data ...

On 28 Jun 2013 at 10:12 GMT Amanda (Olivier) Calitz wrote:

Wees asseblief so gaaf en vergelyk D'Ates-1 met hierdie profiel? Ek dink dit is dieselfde persoon.

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