Information in "Heese, J.A. & Lombard, R.T.J. “South African Genealogies 1” Human Sciences Research Council, 1992, ISBN 0-620-23962-1 v.8 p. 466"
Incorrect Her DN state her Father as John Pringle and Mother as Fanny Elizabeth Catharina Jacoba Kennell Her first husband died in Albert, Cape Colony 1851 and she died in the Freestate in 1877. The conclusion is she only moved to the Free State after 1851 and therefor could not have been part of the "Groot Trek" Van Heerden-335 17:20, 18 March 2018 (EDT)
John Charles Pringle a. 1820 from Roxburgshire, Scotland.
He accompanied Andries Pretorius on the Great Trek
x Graaff-Reinet 6.2.1832 Anna Magdalena Carolina FOURIE
b1 Elisabeth Margaretha x c. 1840 Henning Jeremias LUBBE
b12c3 Willem LUBBE = 2.3.1741
x 8.4.1764 Elizabeth Geertruy VAN DER MERWE (sy xx Frederik Willem Zagener)
b12c3d11 Henning Jeremias LUBBE = 7.3.1790
x Graaff-Reinet 22.10.1809 Magdalena Elizabeth Jacoba VAN NIEKERK
xx Graaff-Reinet 15.5.1815 Jacomina Anna Maria VERMEULEN
xxx Graaff-Reinet 2.6.1822 Elizabeth Maria/Jane PRINGLE
"Heese, J.A. & Lombard, R.T.J. “South African Genealogies 1” Human Sciences Research Council, 1992, ISBN 0-620-23962-1 v.5 pp. 337-8"
[McArthur-306 : Ian McArthur - 18 Mar 2018]
NOTE: There are problems with the dates here. If John Pringle married Anna Fourie in 1832, then their daughter Elisabeth should have been born c. 1833, so couldn't have married Henning Lubbe until about 1850. Her DN state her age at death as 71 years = calculated birthdate at 1806. Fourie could not have been her mother, conclusion "Heese, J.A. & Lombard, R.T.J. “South African Genealogies 1” Human Sciences Research Council, 1992, ISBN 0-620-23962-1 v.8 p. 466" is incorrect Van Heerden-335 17:20, 18 March 2018 (EDT)
Jan Hendrik de Winnaar * dist. Cango 26.2.1797, boer † “Verliesfontein”, dist. Zastron en “Vlakfontein”, dist. Smithfield 10.3.1874