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Bernard Heymann

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Dr. Bernard Heymann
Born 1960s.
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Hi Bernard,

Thank you for all your work most especially the van Zyl tree. As a direct descendant who has only recently started researching the family tree, your work has been of immense help. Kindest regards, Gail van Zyl-Webber

posted by Gail (van Zyl) Webber
Hi Bernard, I'm a direct descendant of the van Zyl lineage on my mother's side of the family. It would be great to joint the family tree and add my branch in. The work that you've already done is amazing, impressive detail that has gone into this!
posted by Shani Stuart
Hi Bernard, you've been a huge help sourcing profiles. For example with Strydom-836. Thanks! You could help even more if you could create headings = = = Headings = = = instead of parking the data under = = Sources = = …. Thanks!
posted by Philip van der Walt
Bernard, thank you for each of your more than 1000 contributions to our Shared Tree for the month of August 2019. All of your work makes our Tree all that much better.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
wonderful wikitreer
Bernard Heymann is a Wonderful WikiTreer.
posted by Nicole Duchesne
I approved the merge between Martha Patsy Wilson (Wilson-3201) and Patsy Church (Wilson-23727). However, the death date of 1850 does not track well with the birth date of her daughter Laura Horton Church in 1864. Laura Horton Church is my GGGrandmother and Patsy Wilson Church is my GGGGrandmother. This has been confirmed by my other living relatives in their family tree searches.
posted by John Peters Jr
Thank you for your help on my family tree. every little bit of knowledge is good. My Dad & sister passed all the information from our tree down to me and there were some missing information.!
posted by [Living Brink]
Hi Bernard, thanks fro the msg on the marriage of NJ de Wet and Jacomina Krige. I had found the sources some time ago on Familysearch and got distracted trying to find the Krige link with his lifetime friend jan Smut's wife Isie. I see you have her family and they were 2nd cousins - so I suspect that is how they met. By the way the Indexing calls her Jaomina Hendrina Leah du Toit - but she was clearly the widow of LEEB du Toit - so she never had the name Leah. When My father asked permission to marry my mother - he first went to her grandfather NJ for guidance and permission only to be told he would be marrying sooner - and that was the marriage you recorded. My parents were married the next month in September. NJ took his bride to London on Honeymoon
posted by Riaan Serfontein
I agree these are matches and I proposed a merge and recommend using the birth date of 1710 because the later date doesn't fit with wife's or children's births.
posted by Kay (Prantl) Olberding
Hi there,

Just a friendly reminder that voting for the WikiTreer Awards 2018 is open. If you haven’t already voted, click here to vote now. Voting closes at 11:59PM GMT on Sunday, 28th January. The exciting awards show will be live cast on Saturday, February 10th, 8PM GMT. Hope you can join us as we celebrate all the incredible contributions made this year.

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Hello Bernard, Thank you for correcting the burial for Sarah Byrd. I have a lot of gedcom cleanups to do and somehow Oak Hill was entered into a lot instead of the correct place. If ou find more, your help in correcting will be most appreciated. Am working as fast as I can! Barb

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