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Read all about the travels of the Vaal Trianagle Branch in May 2019

  • Die Vrede van Vereeniging  Vrydag 31 Mei 2019
  • VRYHEIDSMONUMENT
  • JAPIE GREYLING MONUMENT
  • WITKOPPEN BLOKHUIS
  • RUSSIESE ORTODOKSE KERK MIDRAND
  • SATERDAG   1 JUNIE 2019. VEREENIGING KONSENTRASIEKAMP BEGRAAFPLAAS

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN IN ON THE FUN - FEEL FREE TO COME TO BRANCH MEETING AND SEE WHAT WE GET UP TOO. I LOOK FOWARD TO SEEING YOU!

Read all about the travels of the Vaal Trianagle Branch in November 2018.

3 MUSEUMS IN ONE DAY!

SMUTS HOUSE

SP ENGELBRECHT MUSEUM

ENGELENBERG COLLECTION

A guided tour by Annemarie Carelsen

Read all about the team effort by the Vaal Triangle Branch's photographic expedition to the Sasolburg Cemetery

Read in this newsletter all about the activities of the Vaal Triangle Branch during the last 4 months. From the preservation of photo's and heirlooms, Visits to neighbouring branches, and an in house workshop and a presentation by Piet de Coning and also how to make a video form on's digital images. by Gys Stroh.

In this edition of the Johannesburg Newsletter, you can read the intriguing story of the burial of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, what is fact and what is fiction? Also, read a report of a fascinating discovery of a 250-year-old census that became known during cataloguing by the National Register of Archives for Scotland (NRAS). The census lists 90 people living on the remote archipelago on 15 June 1764 - 38 males and 52 females, including 19 families and 9 individuals. Until now, the earliest record dated from 1822. The islands, which lie about 40 miles west of Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides, were home to generations of people until the last were evacuated in 1930.
"This newsletter gives feed back on our last two really instructive meetings. We have some very knowledgeable members who have helped by sharing their experience, tips and genealogical expertise. There are several interesting articles which make a great deal of reference to FamilySearch, and a new regular called "From our Library Shelves" which includes small precis on some of the books in our Library. Then, who remembers the "man with the golden banana - the NBS! "

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