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Naudé Families of Richmond..

In researching my wife's family, I ended up doing a research segment on part of the Naudé family. The research revolves around the Naudés in the Richmond area of the Cape Province and is a minute percentage of this old South African family. The original Naudé to come to South Africa was Jacob Naudé. His parents were Philippe Naudé and Anna lsnard. He came to South Africa between 1710 and 1720. He was a of French descent and came to South Africa from Berlin. He married Susanna Taillifer the then widow of Pierre Cronje. They had a son, Jacob, born 1st Aug 1723.

The Naudé family is a little confusing as a second Naudé - Philipp/Philip/Phillipe Jacob Naudé arrived on the scene in about 1754. He was in the service of the Dutch East India Company. He also came from Berlin. He was seconded as a farmhand to the above Jacob Naudé. He married Johanna Elizabeth du Plessis.

The original research is now fully incorporated in the Beaumont, Toller, Schleicher and Fors Family records. Links to both sets of records are below.

There are records of some 170 Naudé family members who are no longer alive on this website.

The 170 Naudé records may be seen here.

There are records of some 4950 Beaumont and Toller family members who are no longer alive on this website. There are additional records of about 2100 living members of this family in the databases as well. The living records are available on request. (See the request link below)

The 4950 Beaumont and Toller records may be seen here.

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