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Jeremias Carl Christian Freede
(1784-)

 

Jeremias Carl Christian Freede

  • Born: 1784, Arolsen, , Germany
  • Marriage (1): Hendrina Maria Kluysman on 18 May 1806 in Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa
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Spouses/Children:

1. Hendrina Maria Kluysman

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bullet  Birth Notes:

Personalia of the Germans at the Cape - Colin Pretorius. Page 101.

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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=buchroeder&id=I101710419

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bullet  Sources of information or noted events in his life were:

General Comment. Personalia of the Germans at the Cape - Colin Pretorius. Page 101.

Occupation. Mason.
Personalia of the Germans at the Cape - Colin Pretorius. Page 101.

Travel. Arrived 1803.
Personalia of the Germans at the Cape - Colin Pretorius. Page 101.


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Jeremias married Hendrina Maria Kluysman, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 18 May 1806 in Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa. (Hendrina Maria Kluysman was born about 1784 and was christened on 12 Sep 1784 in Paarl, Cape Province, South Africa.)

bullet  Sources of information or n events in their marriage were:

Web Based Info. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=buchroeder&id=I101710410



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The data is specifically for non-commercial use and my clear intention is to build family records. The data may, therefore, not be used in any way for the purposes of financial gain.

Caveat:- Throughout the project UK GRO birth, marriage and death index data appears. The GRO data appears in Quarters. Q1 = January, February and March, Q2 = April, May, June , Q3 = July, August and September and Q4 = October, November and December. Similarly, Mar Q = January, February and March, Jun Q = April, May, June , Sep Q = July, August and September and Dec Q = October, November and December. Where these dates occur, they represent the date of Registration of the event rather than the date of the actual event. Logically, registration occurs AFTER the event. In some cases this may be days or months or even years after the event. The important thing is that the event was recorded and a copy of the document of registration could be obtained if necessary. This also applies to South African NAAIRS records.

Similarly, the UK system is confusing to the uninitiated because registration districts can span several counties. Accordingly GRO locations may not record the true location of the event. They do record where the record is actually kept or recorded.

Caveat #2:- I have used URL's throughout the website as sources. The URLs are often from paid subscription sites so you may not be able to access them without an account. Inevitably there are broken URL's. I have been to every URL recorded here and at the time they were operational. In this regard, the Ancestry24 records are a problem. There are numerous references in the South African data citing Ancestry24 records. Unfortunately Ancestry24 has closed down and these records are no longer available on line.

The early South African records on this site would not have been as good as they are without the work done by Delia Robertson. Where there are website addresses containing http://www.e-family.co.za... I record the citation should read Robertson, Delia. The First Fifty Years Project. This website can be found at First Fifty Years