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David wrote the report on a very successful "Show and Tell" held last month when nearly every member present had a story to tell. Then there is an answer to the question posed - What was the role of the Orphan Chamber? From the Ancestry website. We have 5 tips to find missing birth records of your English ancestors and I was playing on Google earth when I saw Arlington Cemetery. The information on this enormous cemetery came from Wikipedia.

In this edition attention is given to some of the members of the Western Cape branch. Their interests and research fields are highlighted. There is also news of the awards that were received by members of the branch.

This is the last Newsletter for the year and as always we bring you news of our activities, but in keeping with the holiday season, we also have some more light-hearted items.

In this newsletter we give feedback of our last three meetings as feedback on the Northern Transvaal branch's visit to the Western Cape.

There is also an article about the Krige Museum and lastly the reader can learn some more about two new publications.

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