Alphabetical guide to gravestones in smaller cemeteries in South Africa

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
  • 079701781X series
  • 0797018565 v 1
  • 0797017763 v 2
  • 079701778X v 4
  • 0797017798 v 5
  • 0797017801 v 6
  • 0797020055 v 7
  • 0797020063 v 8
  • 0797020071 v 9
  • 079702073X v10
  • 0797020810 v 11
  • 0797020829 v 12
  • 079702087X v 13
  • 0797020845 v 14
  • 0797020853 v 15
  • 0797020861 v 16
  • 0797020888 v 17
  • 0797022481 v 18
  • 079702249X v 19
  • 0797022503 v 20
  • 0797022511 v 21
  • 079702252X v 22
  • 0797022538 v 23


Microfilm of the original published: [South Africa] : The Genealogical Society of South Africa and State Archives Service, 1989-1991. 23 v.

At head of t. p.: The Genealogical Society of South Africa

High reduction microfilm (42x), use high magnification reader.

May include name of deceased, dates and places of birth and death, age, name or names of next of kin, career accomplishments, other brief biographical information, and references to published genealogies. Film items 7-8 are repeated twice on the film because of misnumbering. Coverage is for all of South Africa.

Library has v. 1-23.


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