Philip van der Walt
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Philip van der Walt

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Signed 7 Sep 2013 | 152408 contributions | 14823 thank-yous
Communication Preferences: I am interested in communicating private message with anyone who shares the same genealogical or historical interests. My family tree is here on WikiTree but it's private.
As much as I would like it, I don’t have time to assist people with their personal research or how-to guidance – particularly when the query bears no relation to the period in which I work. In such instances, even if I at one time researched the period or location of your interest, I haven’t done so for a long time, and so would have to do some research to refresh my own knowledge before helping you. There are many groups populated with experts who can and will help you, just search on your topic of interest. I am open to communication within the project[s] that I'm working on, and to issues relating to shared personal genealogies (I'm related as most South Africans from european descent are, to the same ancestors). On not responding to emails - I'm pressed for time & priority.
Philip J. van der Walt
Born 1960s.
Profile last modified | Created 2 Nov 2013 | Last significant change: 7 Sep 2020
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Thank you once again, Phillip. I have posted an answer to the South African project as you suggested and hope to be able to join.
posted by Gail (van Zyl) Webber
Thank you so much Philip for the helpful information and links! Really appreciated!
posted by Sandy (Statt) Stewart
Hi Philip thank you for your help and guidance.
posted by Bruce Vincent
Dankie Ronel! My familie was toe al in Colesberg op weg die Hoëveld toe ... 😀
posted by Philip van der Walt
I know......... first the Cl-a-Th now a DRP challenge. But it is our 5th Liberation Day challenge. Just to celebrate freedom and remember those that made us to live in FREEDOM! Join us please!
As from 22 March 2020 I'll be taking a break from WikiTree. Personal In-mail will be sporadically attended to. Van der Walt-440 14:48, 26 March 2020 (UTC)
posted by Philip van der Walt
edited by Philip van der Walt
Hi!

I hope you have some time and energy to join us at the upcoming DRP challenge. We like to have you as particpant. The challenge is besides adding profiles about fun and getting to know each other better. The challenge lasts from the 30th of December to the 6th of January. It is not important if you can not be around every day. Any add is welcome. And we like to jump together at WT into the New Year! HERE you find more info. Already wishing you a Happy New Year! Bea, Margreet and Astrid

Hi Phillip, in antwoord op jou vraag op my blad.

Ek het die profiel Van_der_Walt-2598 geskep omrede sy getroud was met ñ Gert Abraham Coetsee en ek was onder die indruk dat sy die eggenote was van Coetsee-787. Ek het toe later agter gekom dat sy met ñ ander Gert Abraham Coetsee getroud was omrede hulle nie dieselfde kinders gehad het nie, daarom het ek die twee geskei. Hoop dit is duidelik genoeg omskryf. Groete Peet

posted by Peet Venter
Phillip,

Thank you for your help and patience with my efforts. Your assistance is much appreciated

posted by Jaulanne van der Bank
Last month, I visited the French speaking Walloon church where my Wife’s ancestors were members in the 1600s. They were Huguenots.

Inside the sanctuary of the church, there were many burial plots with markers engraved in the floor. I took several photos. I was wondering if some of these people could be ancestors of Wikitreers.

Any suggestions of where I might post these pictures of the church and markers on Wikitree so people might access them?

posted by Robert Harrison
Thank You. (dark blue)
posted by Melanie Paul
My apologies, Philip. I am currently participating in the Source-a-Thon, but I had added the profile in question to my bookmarks so that I could return to it after the Thon is over. Thank you for your diligence!

Regards, Amy Utting

posted by Amy Utting
You posted it as a comment, not an answer, so I cannot "thank you" thank you, so here is my "thank you" for actually seeing my point and acknowledging its validity. (Clarity is everything, so if this isn't clear, let me know!)
posted by Melanie Paul
Thank you very much Philip for all your assistance.
posted by June Ackermann
Philip, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Just reading some of the other comments here shows how much others appreciate your assistance. You are a superior WikiTreer.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi Philip,

This should help you with Van_Bengale-1, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:DBE_870

Cheers Liz

posted by Elizabeth W
For parentage [still to be made / found in WikiTree] see: Geni.com > Pres. Johannes Hendricus Brand.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Brand-815 Baptismal record added.

posted by Jo Fourie