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James Rattray and his descendants in South Africa, 1822-1992

by Dawn Stapylton-Adkins
Stapylton-Adkins, Dawn (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cape Town, South Africa : D. Stapylton-Adkins, c1992
95 leaves : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
0620169680

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Includes bibliography.

Includes index.

Includes Dinsdale, DuToit, Roux, Berning, Begg, DeWet, During and related families.

James Rattray married Helen Begg, born 1797 at Balgray, Scotland, daughter of Robert Beig and Margaret Coupar. They were married at Tealing, near Dundee Scotland in 1818. They immigrated to South Africa in 1822, first living in Tulbagh and later Worcester. Descendants lived in South Africa, California, and elsewhere.

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