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Archives, 1848-1934

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • Afrikaans
  • English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987, 1988, 1989
on 50 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.


Microfilms of records from the Orange Free State Archives, Bloemfontein, and Cape Archives, Cape Town, South Africa.

Text in Afrikaans and English.

High reduction (42X) filming. Use high magnification reader.

Includes registers of erven, small holdings, deeds and other land certificates, births and oaths of allegiance. Includes records from Bainsvlei, Donegal, Grasland, Kromkloof, Lakeview, Quaqqafontein, Rodenbeck, Roodepoort, Shannon, Boshof, Bloemfontein, Bothaville, Brandfort, Dewetsdorp, Bethlehem, Edenburg, Fauresmith, Fouriesburg, Frankfort, Harrismith, Heilbron, Jacobsdal, Kroonstad, Ladybrand, Lindley, Rouxville, Reitz, Senekal, Thaba Nchu, Vrede, Winburg, Wepener, Zastron, Bethulie, and elsewhere. Many early land records are grouped by first letter of place name; later records are in chronological order. Many record books include alphabetical name indexes. Titles are individually numbered, and may be carried over to subsequent books, appearing out of numerical order.



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