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Marlene Marx

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Born 1980s.
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Categories: South African Roots | German Roots | Marx Name Study | Anglo Boer War Projectmembers | South African Roots Project | German Roots Project | En | Af-4.

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Another project I am very excited about
Trying to find more information on the Bartons in South Africa.
I am the Co-ordinator for the German Roots Project. It is a project I am very passionate about and would love to see grow in the future.
Go Greeters!!
Trying to find more information on the Haywards in South Africa
I am trying to find more information about the Janse van Rensburg family in South Africa
I am trying to find more information about the Marx family in South Africa.
Go Mentors!!
I am focussing my One-Name-Study on the MARX surname and welcome all that would like to take part and positively contribute
Trying to find more information on the Sequiera/Sequeira family in South Africa.
Trying to find more information on the Sequiera/Sequeira family in South Africa.
Excited about joining this project. Cannot wait to see what it brings.


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On 14 May 2018 at 04:18 GMT Gus Gassmann wrote:

One region that seems to be falling between the cracks is Alsace. Are there any thoughts of starting a project of Alsatian roots?

On 10 Feb 2018 at 09:18 GMT Kirk Haggerty wrote:

Hi Marlene.

Do you know anybody who is doing research in the 'Donauschwaben' the various groups of Germans who travelled on the Danube to settle in easten Europe during the 18th century? Thanks Kirk

On 7 Feb 2018 at 05:15 GMT Betty (Fauerbach) Kennedy wrote:

Hi Marlene, Thanks for the welcome, it arrived when I was on a trip & then got lost in the shuffle. As soon as I returned I dove into entering our families. I have at least 14000 to deal with. I've been at this for 38 years and so happy to find Wikitree so the rest of our family will have easy access for free.

On 20 Dec 2017 at 02:07 GMT Bea (Timmerman) Wijma wrote:

Hi Marlene,

Here's a Project update you might be interested in :)


The South African Roots Project Team

On 17 Nov 2017 at 20:07 GMT Howard Eastcott wrote:

Hello Marlene,

I have been helping others with searching their family trees for many years as a simple search of my name will testify.

I have to say that I find the rigmarole of getting signed up to Wikitrees verry daunting and frankly so fiddly that it has completely put me off this site despite the fact that I feel I could probably contribute something to it.

Is there an idiot's guide to signing up here as it is way to wordy and geeky for my weary aged brain?

Kind regards,


On 23 Oct 2017 at 18:53 GMT Betty Tindle wrote:

Hi Marlene,

I actually do not remember removing the son and husband specifially, sorry, two deaths in my family in the last 2 weeks, but when I look at those who were listed as son and spouse, they were born over a hundred years after her birth. That is the only thing I can think of. Not sure why I did not even make note of it.  :/ My apologies.

On 23 Sep 2017 at 13:07 GMT Ronel (van Heerden) Olivier wrote:

Hi The weekend chat has a South Africa puzzle should you like to participate just follow this link. ...Good Luck:-D [1]

Regards the SA Roots Team

On 3 Sep 2017 at 23:56 GMT Ronel (van Heerden) Olivier wrote:

‘n Nuwe Source-a-Thon begin op 30 September 2017 en duur 72 uur !!!

Daar is baie pryse om te wen en dit gaan vet pret wees. Hoop om julle daar te sien, as julle huiwerig is, ons sal later soekskakels vir doopregisters gee wat nog nie aanlyn is by Family Search nie - en ons is natuulik altyd gereed om te help, so vra gerus Ons gaan bronne soek en op al die Suid Afrikaanse profiele plaas wat nog soos weeskindertjies rondhang in die “unsourced”blad vir die tydperk 1807-2007

Hier is die besoekblad vir instruksies. Sien uit daarna om van julle te hoor !!! Bokke bo Die Suid Afrikaanse span

On 27 Aug 2017 at 05:31 GMT Penny Grimala wrote:

Thank you for the welcome, Marlene!

Im hoping to learn quickly, and contribute when possible.

On 25 Aug 2017 at 22:18 GMT Pat Wright wrote:

Thanks for the welcome, Marlene.

I'm new to this site, so it's all a bit overwhelming right now. I was linked to here for an ancestor, and saw that the poster had some missing or incorrect facts, so I joined to add the corrections. Hoping to extend and expand on some of my family lines.

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